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North By Northwest

Cary Grant , Eva Marie Saint , Alfred Hitchcock    Unrated   DVD
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Special Features

This special edition contains a documentary on the making of the film, hosted by costar Eva Marie Saint, that is a perfect prelude to seeing the film again. Included are such inside tidbits as how Hitchcock directed his actors, how the cast and crew produced the gasp-inducing stunts on the face of Mount Rushmore, and how many takes it took for Saint and Cary Grant to get their clinches just right. There's even a small, but very noticeable, gaffe that somehow made it into the final cut of the film.

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Grant/Saint/Landau ~ North By Northwest

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5.0 out of 5 stars gorgeous blu-ray, great extras Nov. 12 2009
By Cheryl TOP 100 REVIEWER
North by Northwest has always been my favourite Hitchcock flic, and seeing it on blu-ray is like seeing it as a new movie. The background detail is beautiful & this film looks gorgeous on blu-ray. Additionally, included in this 50th anniversary edition are these fantastic documentaries: The Master's Touch: Hitchcock's Signature Style, Cary Grant: A Class Apart, North by Northwest: One for the Ages, & Destination Hitchcock: The Making of North by Northwest. And more extras include: an audio commentary by writer Ernest Lehman, trailers, stills gallery, & music only audio track, as well as a 44 page in-case booklet. (Surprisingly with all the extras trading off disc space, the compressed audio is still fairly good.) Fans of this fun and suspenseful film, will no doubt appreciate the enhanced picture quality and bonus materials of the blu-ray (like me).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Who is George Kaplan? Nov. 26 2006
By bernie TOP 100 REVIEWER
This has become a classic Alfred Hitchcock film, with film score by Bernard Herrmann. If the story is not remembered or commented on, everyone is familiar with the scene where Grant is getting attacked by a crop duster while standing in the middle of nowhere "North by Northwest".

Roger O. Thornhill <R.O.T> (Cary Grant), mild mannered advertising executive, raises his hand at the wrong time to send a telegram. The page boy is paging George Kaplan so Roger is mistaken for Kaplan (a shorter man with dandruff) and the fun begins. Turns out that Townsend/ Vandamm (James Mason) the bad guy is being dogged by Kaplan so Vandamm must do away with Kaplan.

Meanwhile back at the train Roger meats a cutie Eve Kendall (Eva Marie Saint) that is apparently set on helping him.

I will not go into details as surprise and plot twisting is part of the suspense.

Will Roger get the girl?

Will Vandamm get Roger?

What is this all about?

Who is George Kaplan?
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5.0 out of 5 stars My Favourite Movie of All Time... Oct. 29 2006
I know there are better movies out there, and I've seen them. However, whenever I'm asked what my favourite movie of all time is, I always come back to North by Northwest.

North by Northwest is the classic Alfred Hitchcock tale starring Cary Grant as Roger O. Thornhill, mistaken by enemy spies (led by James Mason) for a deep cover CIA agent. Thornhill, a run-of-the-mill advertising executive, finds his safe world swept out from under him. Running for his life not only from the spies but from American authorities who think he's a murderer, Thornhill races across America, barely able to keep his wits as he searches for the real CIA agent. He finds romance with Eve Marie Saint, a woman who might not be all that she seems.

I guess if you're going to choose a favourite movie, you can't do much better than something Hitchcock directed, can you? And North by Northwest is ranked up there with Psycho, Vertigo, The Birds and Rear Window, but I like North by Northwest more. Possibly because it's less about the scare and more about the romp. While Richard Thornhill is thrown out of his depth, I enjoy seeing how quickly he learns to swim. Cary Grant adds a suave air to him that's both comical and affirming. You don't get the sense that Richard Thornhill is in any real danger (unlike the entire cast of Psycho or The Birds), but that in no way detracts from the fun. It's like watching James Bond, (with the added benefit that Cary Grant is not James Bond) knowing that he's going to win, and enjoying how he does it.

And I like the fact that North by Northwest is part travelogue, as Richard Thornhill is literally taken aboard planes, trains and automobiles, making you feel like an accidental tourist as you watch him struggle to the bottom of the mystery.
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5.0 out of 5 stars I LOVE this movie! July 15 2004
This movie is not only Hitchcock's best (just a tad behind 'Vertigo', in my opinion), but is one of the best movies ever made. Movies rarely have it all (story, acting, visuals, music, wit, action, suspense, 'hipness', and sexiness), but this movie has it all in spades.
Some of my favorite things about this movie:
1. Eva Marie Saint - Stunning...absolutely stunning. Everybody always thinks about Grace Kelly or Kim Novak in association with Hitchcock, but, for my money, Eva Marie Saint is the most drop-dead gorgeous of any leading lady.
2. The settings - The United Nations interior scenes are mouth wateringly rich. It really makes you want to go back in time to when everything 'modern' was new and exciting. We take so much for granted these days. The Cropduster scene is exciting and vastly more inventive than action movies being made today. Van Damm's House is the epitome of the promise that modern organic architecture once held. The scenes at Van Damm's house are even more amazing when you consider that the exterior settings are entirely fabricated, in a pre-CGI effects sort of way. They are more convincing than CGI scenes of today. Amazing.
This is one movie I never get tired of. Buy it and you won't be sorry.
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5.0 out of 5 stars One of the Greatest Thrillers of All Time June 28 2004
This is arguably Cary Grants best film. Couple that with a terrific cast, dynamite story, immortal one-liners, some great scenes in actual locations, and classic Hitchcock editing and you have a shoe-in on any "best of all time list". This movie was made in 1958 and although it was current in it's day, it now is just as current as a period film set in 1958, keeping in mind of the political climate and cold war attitudes of the time. The costumes are very natural, having been bought in actual New York stores, and the set designs are beautifully designed. The set decoration is also first rate.
This DVD is a superb transfer. The color looks perfectly natural, the sound is full, low noise stereo and the widescreen is anamorphic. There is hardly any flaw in the print. Amazing. The menu is also animated to match the Saul Bass opening title and is wonderful. The "making of" film (30 minutes long) is superb and hosted by beautiful leading lady "Eve Marie Saint".
Finally, the score by Bernard Hermann adds to the high tension of the action. The orchestration and performance on this film is one of the very best of all time. I can't recommend this film enough for action, solid story and terrific action besides just being completely entertaining.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A must see
This is still a great movie. Doesn't matter how many times you see it, Hitchcock is really a master in the way this is directed. And you will love the actors. Read more
Published 12 hours ago by jean dumoulin
5.0 out of 5 stars I love it
Classic movie. What else do you have to say?
Published 9 days ago by S. Stephenson
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Excellent film ça c 'est sur mais la restauration est époustouflante
Published 2 months ago by Josée Duranleau
5.0 out of 5 stars North by Northwest [1959] [50th Anniversary Limited Edition DigiBook...
North by Northwest [1959] [50th Anniversary Limited Edition DigiBook Packaging] [Blu-ray] [US Import] A masterful mix of comedy and suspense from Alfred Hitchcock. Read more
Published 2 months ago by Andrew C. Miller
5.0 out of 5 stars great item shipped fast
This is a great classic I was looking forward to seeing. I was happy to see it arrive fast, well packed in perfect state. Thank you!
Published 3 months ago by Suzanne Aubertin
4.0 out of 5 stars A Hitchcock classic
What is to be said about this movie other than it is a Hitchcock and it is the best of Film Noire.
Published 8 months ago by amadan65
5.0 out of 5 stars MacGoo
With all the positive talk about this series we just had to buy it - did not watch it during its regular run on TV. Now we can watch the entire series commercial-free!
Published 8 months ago by MacGoo
5.0 out of 5 stars great movie
Carey Grant always fantastic. great movie classic by Alfred Hitchcock, the scenery as things and land marks back in the fifties makes you appreciate a simpler time. Great story. Read more
Published 14 months ago by mike srbu
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Classic
It was exactly as expected, love the old classics. Cary Grant is at his best. Another Alfred Hitchcock thriller to view.
Published 14 months ago by Marge
5.0 out of 5 stars Movie Making at its Best
The transfer to Blue Ray was flawless and brought the story even more to life. The specila features and the enclosed booklet were informative and first rate. Read more
Published 18 months ago by Nelson Norm
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