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Okay when you come up here someday I will take you on the Vertigo tour. I know every spot in the film…even where the McKittrick Hotel once stood.
I was looking at this photo this morning and I realized I used the same palette for my kitchen. Yes, Vertigo tour! As long as we don’t go anywhere up high.
Would you consider the top of Nob Hill High…don’t answer that …it is very high… just hold my hand and close your eyes. You will be fine.
Dearest V and L
Can I come to?
The Dandy does love Vertigo and of course super-Novak herself.
The Perfumed Dandy
I love Vertigo as well but fear it would be a bit of a trek…V, however, you have no excuse!
Ms Novak’s hair is so great in that picture. She’s the best thing in Billy Wilder’s Kiss Me, Stupid, a candidate for his worst, most execrably unpleasant film.
[…] the 1920s and 1970s. The imprint’s name is a nod to Hitchcock’s film Vertigo, starring Kim Novak, that was created from the novel written in 1954 by French authorial partners Pierre Boileau and […]
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