Film “Vertigo”. Experiences and Movie Trailer.

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Movie Vertigo Description
A retired San Francisco detective struggling with acrophobia investigates the uncommon actions of a stale friend’s spouse, the total while turning into dangerously alive information about her.



United States of The US

Paramount,Alfred J. Hitchcock Productions


  • Det. John ‘Scottie’ Ferguson: James Stewart
  • Madeleine Elster / Judy Barton: Kim Novak
  • Marjorie ‘Midge’ Wood: Barbara Bel Geddes
  • Gavin Elster: Tom Helmore
  • Coroner: Henry Jones
  • Scottie’s Physician: Raymond Bailey
  • Supervisor of McKittrick Resort: Ellen Corby
  • Pop Leibel: Konstantin Shayne
  • Car Proprietor Incorrect for Madeleine: Lee Patrick
  • Diner at Ernie’s (uncredited): Bess Vegetation
  • Man Strolling Previous Elster’s Utter of job (uncredited): Alfred Hitchcock
  • Priest (uncredited): David Ahdar
  • Nun (uncredited): Sara Taft
  • Older wrong identity (uncredited): Ezelle Poule
  • Salesman (uncredited): John Benson
  • Capt. Hansen (uncredited): Paul Bryar
  • Burglar (uncredited): Steve Conte
  • Policeman on Rooftop (uncredited): Fred Graham
  • Diner at Ernie’s (uncredited): Forbes Murray


  • Customary Song Composer: Bernard Herrmann
  • Art Route: Henry Bumstead
  • Producer: Alfred Hitchcock
  • Partner Producer: Herbert Coleman
  • Director of Photography: Robert Burks
  • Editor: George Tomasini
  • Makeup Artist: Harry Ray
  • Costume Invent: Edith Head
  • Art Route: Hal Pereira
  • Contemporary: Pierre Boileau
  • Contemporary: Thomas Narcejac
  • Screenplay: Alec Coppel
  • Screenplay: Samuel A. Taylor
  • Utter Decoration: Sam Comer
  • Makeup Supervisor: Wally Westmore
  • Sound Recordist: Harold Lewis
  • Title Clothier: Saul Bass
  • Conductor: Muir Mathieson
  • Hair Supervisor: Nellie Manley
  • Assistant Director: Daniel McCauley
  • Visible Effects: John P. Fulton
  • Visible Effects: W. Wallace Kelley
  • Stunts: Polly Burson
  • Visible Effects: Farciot Edouart
  • Sound Editor: Bill Wistrom
  • Makeup Artist: Ben Lane
  • Utter Decoration: Frank R. McKelvy
  • Visible Effects: Paul K. Lerpae
  • Sound Recordist: Winston H. Leverett
  • Diversified: Richard Mueller
  • Diversified: John Ferren
  • Sound Recordist: Jim Miller
  • Grip: John Nostri
  • Electrician: Warren Hoag
  • Assistant Digicam: Bobby Greene
  • Standby Painter: Dominic Mautino
  • 2d Assistant Director: Ralph Axness
  • Sound: George Dutton
  • Stunt Double: Fred Perce
  • Stunt Double: Jean Corbett

Credits: TheMovieDb


  1. All I know, this movie wasn’t so successful to birth with set apart and this doubtlessly for the reason that viewers didn’t are looking ahead to a movie so darkish and claustrophobic. Vertigo was as soon as so irregular already from the beginning due to the its surreal and nightmarish atmosphere. I bow to Hitchcock in his creativity in visualizing Jimmy Stewart’s acrophobia by implementing regarded as among the oldest cinematography ways, utilizing zoom lens because it zooms in while the object strikes away, emphasizing his disquieted feeling and insecurity whenever he’s at a explicit height due to the a power vertigo he suffers. As always, the movie director’s cameo look has always been engaging since we comprehend it’s his behavior subsequently we’re going to in total let our eyes depart throughout the movie, making an strive to pickle him. In conclusion, this timeless thriller remains a traditional gem irrespective of the emergence of new up to date motion photos. The huge visible results furthermore appear timeless when put next to digital results. I’m hoping my evaluate doesn’t give you vertigo = )

  2. I’ll maybe no longer ever realize the fashioned adoration for Vertigo. Blindly inherited wisdom is the acceptable clarification. How anyone may maybe prefer this to North by Northwest or Rear Window is beyond me. An exceptionally made, exceptionally dull movie

  3. A irritating, dizzying thriller from the Master.

    Space in a nutshell: A retired detective tormented by acrophobia takes the case of an musty college chum’s wife, who may maybe be possessed by the spirit of her huge-grandmother who dedicated suicide decades outdated. However in spite of all the pieces, a powerful darker, and more down-to-earth, secret lies below the outside.

    Feedback: James Stewart is the preferrred anti-hero in this: intellectual and courageous, nevertheless furthermore timid, unhinged, and at times possessive. He does a stellar job with a troublesome role.

    In the supporting role of Stewart’s faithful friend “Midge” is Barbara Bel Geddes, and he or she does a pleasant job.

    In line with one supply I’ve be taught, after Vertigo flopped upon commence, Hitchcock blamed Stewart, claiming he (Stewart) was as soon as too musty and folks no longer necessary to witness him, hence the movie’s lack of success. When Hitchcock went on to lift out North By Northwest, Stewart reportedly begged Hitchcock for the lead role, nevertheless Hitchcock refused, giving the outcome in Cary Grant, who was as soon as truly four years older than Stewart.

    However in response to a biography of Cary Grant written by Pamela Trescott, the cause Hitchcock necessary Grant as an different was as soon as simply because they worked wisely collectively and had necessary to lift out one more collaboration after the success of To Derive a Thief. In short, that the lead role for North By Northwest had been intended for Cary Grant, and no one else, correct from the beginning.

    All that apart, Vertigo has established a high recognition as a masterpiece of movie, and rightly so. Or no longer it is furthermore beautifully photographed, and the total movie has a tender, haunting, dreamy quality to it that’s fully charming.

  4. No longer regarded as one of my favorites from Hitchcock, and unquestionably dower, nevertheless still visually placing and two wonderful performances from James Stewart and Kim Novak. Right here is preferrred the 2nd time seeing this, guessing the final time was as soon as presumably 10 years prior to now or so, no longer fully obvious as soon as I will revisit it. **3.75/5**

  5. More than most likely it’s due to the my dislike for the overrated “North By Northwest”, nevertheless as of now this is my favourite Hitchcock.

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