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Dashing Rapscallion

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  1. I agree! I really enjoyed it! I caught that Bates Easter egg as well hahaha I guess now that I've been watching so many Hitchcock films, I was able to find many classic Hitch elements like you said. Shows how far we've come in this course lol
  2. Okay so I actually went through all of the films! Before this class I had only seen about 14 or so films. My top 5 mostly remained unchanged except for Rope being replaced by Vertigo for 5th! I've been keeping a running list though as I watched the films, so I just have to share my entire list with you guys! Psycho The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) The Birds Rear Window Vertigo Rope Dial M for Murder Strangers on a Train Lifeboat Rebecca Shadow of a Doubt The Lady Vanishes Torn Curtain Family Plot North by Northwest I Confess Saboteur The 39 Steps The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) Sabotage F
  3. Oh wow! There are so many good ones, but I have to go with 1) Psycho - I've always been completely obsessed with this one since I was young. It's what made me love Hitchcock! I just love the tale of Norman Bates and mother haha I think it's his greatest masterpiece! I even think the sequels are fun movies to watch, and the tv show Bates Motel is one of my favorite television shows ever made! 2) The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956 version) - I'm a HUGE Doris Day fan, so to have a Doris Day/Hitchcock film is just a match made in heaven for me haha Such a great film, and the symphony scene
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