Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Starring: Barbara Bel Geddes, James Stewart, Kim Novak, Tom Helmore
Genres: Drama, Mystery, Romance, Thriller
Trivia: Alfred Hitchcock appears 11 mins into the film walking past the building James Stewart is about to enter.
Trivia: Kim Novak has no dialogue until 46 minutes into the running time.
Trivia: The McKittrick Hotel was a very real building in San Francisco. The indoor set was the same one used by Hitchcock two years later in the film "Psycho."
Suggested correction: The McKittrick Hotel lobby and staircase scenes were all shot on location in San Francisco in the Henry F. Fortmann mansion. Proof can be seen in a book about the house in photos taken before it was demolished by Sacred Heart Prep School. The Psycho mansion interiors were all shot on a Hollywood soundstage.
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Madeleine: Only one is a wanderer; two together are always going somewhere.
In the final scene, parts of Madeleine's hair come undone in the struggle inside the bell tower stairwell. At the top of the tower, before she falls, her hair is in perfect shape again.