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(Washington Post)   British Film Institute successfully restores and exhibits "Hitchcock 9" collection of director's silent films from 1920s, thanks to three years of painstaking work of borderline psycho restorers working at frenzied pace   (washingtonpost.com) divider line 16
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2013-07-21 08:03:09 PM
It is disrespectful to refer to the restorers as borderline psychos.
 
2013-07-21 08:15:22 PM
That headline is for the birds. It gave me vertigo. Get a rope.
 
2013-07-21 08:38:52 PM
My friend Marnie said that she saw them projecting those movies on a Torn Curtain through her Rear Window, which faces North by Northwest.  She said she was Spellbound by it, without a Shadow of a Doubt  She said it should cause a real Frenzy.
 
2013-07-21 08:45:45 PM
the number of people working on the res toration is only  slightly less than the number of people who will care.
 
2013-07-21 09:00:01 PM

jake_lex: My friend Marnie said that she saw them projecting those movies on a Torn Curtain through her Rear Window, which faces North by Northwest.  She said she was Spellbound by it, without a Shadow of a Doubt  She said it should cause a real Frenzy.


She sounds like a real Psycho.
 
2013-07-21 09:18:06 PM
I heard it was a 39-step process.
 
2013-07-21 10:22:40 PM
Nobody cares, gives us "Doctor Who"!
 
2013-07-21 10:43:05 PM

NotoriousW.O.P: I heard it was a 39-step process.


Win.

Also, Frenzy was a really, really shiatty movie.
 
2013-07-21 11:48:25 PM
My sixth sense is telling me that all the signs point to this happening being unbreakable.
 
2013-07-22 12:19:07 AM
This thread should be sent off in a lifeboat
 
2013-07-22 12:41:27 AM

Spanky_McFarksalot: the number of people working on the res toration is only  slightly less than the number of people who will care.


You're so sure of yo urself, aren't you
 
2013-07-22 02:06:29 AM
Props for the headline subby.  I'd like to think the thread gets a lot of action but you're probably a man who knows too much.
 
2013-07-22 05:36:31 AM
I'm still waiting for them to restore Michael Bay's silent films

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2013-07-22 05:38:16 AM

Ebenator: Also, Frenzy was a really, really shiatty movie.


No.  No, it wasn't.

Nobody should listen to this man.  Or woman.
 
2013-07-22 01:00:32 PM
Frenzy is one of my top three Hitchcock films.
My other two are Vertigo and Psycho.
 
2013-07-22 07:17:23 PM

Ebenator: Also, Frenzy was a really, really shiatty movie.


This opinion is absurd.

Frenzy is one of his hidden gems and was his last truly great film. It's right there with Lifeboat and The Lady Vanishes on the "these really should get mentioned more when talking about Hitchcock's best pictures" list,
 
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