PSYCHO! MOVIE CAST - ADVERTISEMENT SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: VERA MILES, JANET LEIGH, PATRICIA "PAT" HITCHCOCK - HFSID 288710
PSYCHO MOVE CAST: JANET LEIGH, VERA MILES, and PATRICIA "PAT" HITCHCOCK Ink signatures of all three actors on a 8¼x11 color ad for the classic film Advertisement signed: "Janet Leigh", "Vera Miles", "Per Hitchcock". Color, 8¼x11.
Sale Price $450.00
PSYCHO MOVE CAST: JANET LEIGH, VERA MILES, and PATRICIA "PAT" HITCHCOCK Ink signatures of all three actors on a 8¼x11 color ad for the classic film Advertisement signed: "Janet Leigh", "Vera Miles", "Per Hitchcock". Color, 8¼x11. Psycho (1960), one of director Alfred Hitchcock's most shocking and acclaimed films, was nominated for four Oscars, including one for Hitchcock himself and another for JANET LEIGH (1927-2004) as Best Supporting Actress. Leigh played Marion Crane, a fleeing embezzler who makes the fatal mistake of stopping for the night at the Bates Motel. Leigh, the mother of actresses Jamie Lee Curtis and Kelly Curtis by her then husband, Tony Curtis, appeared in several well-remembered movies after Psycho (1960), including The Manchurian Candidate (1962) and Bye, Bye Birdie (1963). However, she was always remembered for her shower scene in the Hitchcock film. In fact, Leigh once remarked that she was loath to take showers for the rest of her life. VERA MILES (b.1929), who played Leigh's film sister Lila Crane, had many other strong film roles, including The Searchers (1956) and The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962). Hitchcock had a keen interest in her film prospects until she got pregnant before the filming of Vertigo, and was replaced by Kim Novak. Corners creased. Otherwise, fine condition. PATRICIA "PAT" HITCHCOCK (b.1928), the only child of Alfred Hitchcock, appeared in Psycho as the drab office mate of Marion Crane in the opening scenes, the one who offers tranquilizers given to her by her mother for her wedding night. Patricia Hitchcock appeared in 10 TV episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents, and in his feature films Stage Fright (1950) and Strangers on a Train (1951). She appeared in small roles in a few other movies, but mostly focused on raising her family. She also wrote a biography of her mother, Alma Hitchcock. Corners lightly worn. Otherwise, fine condition.
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