|Nov 19 2023
Friends have told me I need to be more upbeat. So I got new friends.
Alida Valli was born in Pola, Italy, a place that's now part of Croatia, back in 1921, and was acting in Italian movies by 1935. She eventually became a global star and racked up more than one hundred film credits, including in The Paradine Case, The Third Man, Les Yeux san visage, aka Eyes without a Face, and The Cassandra Crossing. The shot you see here was made for her 1950 drama Walk Softly, Stranger.
ItalyCroatiaWalk Softly StrangerThe Paradine CaseLes Yeux san visageEyes without a FaceThe Third ManThe Cassandra CrossingAlida Valli
|Apr 23 2009
Hitchcock means terror in any language.
We mentioned a while back how frequently we run across foreign language Hitchcock posters, so here are a bunch for your enjoyment, including yet another version of Vertigo. FYI, Il Sipario Strappato is Torn Curtain and Ptáci is The Birds.
ItalyJapanFranceThe BirdsDie VogelPtáciThe Paradine CaseLe Procés ParadineRebeccaSpellboundLa Maison du Docteur EdwardesVertigoTorn CurtainIl Sipario StrappatoAlfred HitchcockJames StewartKim NovakPaul NewmanJulie AndrewsIngrid BergmanLaurence OlivierJoan FontaineRod TaylorJessica TandyGregory PeckAnn Toddposter artcinema