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    Vertigo (Paramount, 1958) One Sheet (27" X 41"). This film is Alfred Hitchcock's haunting tale of deception, madness, and death--a masterful exploration of fantasy and anxiety. James Stewart gives an exceptional performance as the disintegrating detective, Scottie Ferguson whose fear of heights as driven him to retire. He's hired to keep an eye on an old friend's wife (Kim Novak), but all sorts of problems occur when he falls for her. This serpentine plot baits and pulls in every direction, all the way to that great climactic scene. Pinholes, holes in the border, minor fleck chip holes in the image area, fold separation with minor loss of paper at the crossfold. These defects have been professionally restored and the poster has a very clean appearance. Fine- on Linen.

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    March, 2005
    17th-18th Thursday-Friday
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