Thursday, July 01, 2010

Let's Talk Hitchcock for a Moment

I must have been living under a rock - just ran into my new favorite site: HitchcockWiki.com.

Tons of details and photo downloads. My favorite find so far . . . Know the movie?



Did I mention photos? Be sure to check out Mr. and Mrs Smith and your other favorites.

Related, I was driving home from work today and flipped to the Radio Classics channel on XM. I caught the tail end of a discussion of Ray Milland starring in a version of Strangers on a Train. From what I've dug up so far, it's dated 51-12-03 from the Lux Radio Theater. If you have a copy on MP3 and would like to share, please drop me a note! If I can get a copy, I'll post it on the blog as well for everyone.

UPDATE: Kelsey found a link to the MP3 of Milland's Strangers on a Train over at Calfkiller OTR. Thanks!

4 comments:

Kelsey said...

Is this the one? Strangers on a Train This site has a lot, if not most of the Lux Theater broadcasts.

Debbie said...

I think that picture is from "Rope". Am I right? Thanks for the great info once again!

Frl. Irene Palfy said...

I am pretty sure this pic is from "Rope"
- I love this backround changing into "night" with all the little lights and changes of colours.. ;")

Carrie said...

Kelsey - Yup, that's it! Thanks a bunch. I forgot about that site...have it bookmarked around here somewhere...

And yes, Rope it is! Love how that background changes as the movie goes on. I thought I had read somewhere that the clouds were made of glass. Neat movie.