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  1. I agree that we have to keep in mind that AH was always pushing the envelope. I wonder if he might venture in some directions we haven't seen such as Sci-Fi (think of all the exotic places he could go) and Fantasy (similar to the LOTR and Hobbit trilogies; any chance Peter Jackson is actually the reincarnation of Hitch?)
  2. I agree! There are a few movies that aren't Hitchcock that are often mistaken for Hitchcock. My favorites in this category are Charade (1963), directed by Stanley Donen; Witness for the Prosecution (1957), Billy Wilder. IMDB has a pretty long list of more examples here: http://www.imdb.com/list/ls071418428/, but some of these aren't in the time frame of Hitchcock's career.
  3. Raising Hope, Season 4, Episode 7, "Murder, She Hoped": Primarily an homage to Rear Window when the Chances believe their new back fence neighbor murdered his wife, with a little tribute to the music of North by Northwest, a callback to Carlotta from Vertigo (the reasonable, classy lady with the guns), listen out for The Birds, and just a touch of Psycho at the end. The music, costumes, and chases all crammed into 21 minutes.
  4. The more we've gotten into discussing the different parts that make the whole (music, art, costume, etc.), I continue to think back on the silent films. It was discussed early in the class, especially in the transition from silent to sound, that Hitchcock believed in using sound or music as he would any parts of the scene and shot to create the mise-en-scene. This has made me think more of the music used to accompany the silent films. Did he have any say into what music was played with the silent films? Is the music accompanying the silent films as we see them now, the same music used then. In
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