Monthly Archives: January 2012

The Lady Eve’s Mini-Tour of San Francisco Film Locations

One unseasonably warm October day in 2009, a friend and I toured San Francisco film locations, primarily those on Nob Hill and in North Beach, with a quick trip to a location in Pacific Heights. My friend shot the video, … Continue reading

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Kim Novak Looks Back

In 1996, Vertigo was restored, its sound was digitally remastered and it was re-released into theaters. While visiting Chicago, her home town, to attend a screening of the film, Kim Novak spoke briefly with Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times … Continue reading

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The Great Costume Designer Speaks…and Writes

Listen to a 1975 interview with Edith Head conducted at Universal Studios by Tony Macklin (MP3 format): http://tonymacklin.net/content.php?cID=211 Read a 1938 letter written by Edith Head (from Paris) published in Photoplay magazine that same year. You will need to zoom … Continue reading

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A 2011 CBS News Tribute to Bernard Herrmann on the Centenary of his Birth

June 29, 2011 marked the 100th anniversary of Bernard Herrmann’s birth and CBS News commemorated the occasion with this excellent video tribute to Herrmann’s film work.  Click on the image below to see the clip on YouTube. Be warned, it … Continue reading

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