Despite the absence of the colour spectra and amidst the recurrence of cigarette burns, there is always something beautifully strange about films in noir. Behind the endless reels and moving frames, though, there will always be film cameras bound to immortalize the unseen scenes in-the-making. Just in time for Halloween, let us take a peek into the black and white behind-the-scene photographs of Alfred Hitchcock’s heart-pounding films.
Thrillers become more suspenseful and suspense, well yes, becomes more thrilling — especially if these monochrome movies were directed by the king of cameo appearances, Mister Alfred Hitchcock! His psychological plots never fail to amuse and enthrall me — he is definitely one of my favorite filmmakers of all time! Surprisingly, the master of thrills seemed to be very humorous and quirky behind the scenes. This shall be evidenced by the following photographs shot during his glorious filming era.
It was really fun to see what was really happening behind the scripted lines of Hitchcock’s classic films! Is Hitchcock your hero, too? What’s your favorite film directed by him? Have a Hitchcock-y Halloween, everyone! :)
All photographs in this article were taken from hitchcockwiki.com