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Vertigo 60th Anniversary Big Screen Showings March 18th & 21st
Old 03-17-2018   #1
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Vertigo 60th Anniversary Big Screen Showings March 18th & 21st

Tomorrow March 18th is the 60th Anniversary of Hitchcock's masterpiece Vertigo - arguably his best film and topping some lists as the best movie ever.

TCM aka Turner Classic Movie channel is sponsoring selected big screen showings in the US on the 18th and 21st in major US cities.

Go to TCM.com and buy your ticket!

If you are a Vertigo fan and have never seen it on the big screen,
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Old 03-18-2018   #2
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Unmissable. Vertigo is Hitchcock's densest, weirdest, most evocative, personal, and beautiful work. I envy the people who will see it for the first time.

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