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Hidden on this page is a link to NORMAN'S SCREAMING ROOM - have you found it yet?

Included from page 6 of the VERTIGO site is a link to Saul Bass' opening credit sequence (QuickTime). 

 

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The intention of this site is to allow the viewing of cinema posters from the movies of Alfred Hitchcock. It was launched in June 1998 and is updated on a regular monthly basis as and when new images to accompany the movies are sourced and become available. There is no commercial interest in the products, rather they are presented as a feast for the eye. Some of the files are rather large and certain pages slow to download, but I hope you'll think it was worth the wait. If you are aware of extra posters to any of the Hitchcock movies please e-mail me.

Browse via the decade filmstrips above or go directly to a film of your choice via the Site Index.

I receive lots of mail asking where you can purchase posters like these:

If you are interested in buying good reproduction Hitchcock movie posters check out the ALL POSTERS link lower down the page.

now in its 7th year

over 1,640 posters online

PLEASE NOTE: The site will be undergoing some adjustments & clean-up for the next couple of months. Check back soon for increased poster images.

Do you want to know which films have the most posters on-line?

Check out the Poster Poll results for an overview of the image ratings per film.

This site was selected as SITE OF THE WEEK by CineMedia - check it out. The site currently holds 20 awards - please check out the Awards site below for details. May I express my thanks to all those webmasters who have singled out ADVERTISING HITCHCOCK in this way - much appreciated.

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