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Rod Taylor starred in Alfred Hitchcock's "The Birds" in 1963. (People/Everett Collection)

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The shower scene in “Psycho” is considered the perfect marriage of montage and murder. Alfred Hitchcock’s “fun picture” of 1960 was revolutionary in its violence, its sexiness, its sympathy to the perspective of the criminal mind, and, perhaps above all, its technique. (Associated Press)

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The shower scene in “Psycho” is considered the perfect marriage of montage and murder. Alfred Hitchcock’s “fun picture” of 1960 was revolutionary in its violence, its sexiness, its sympathy to the perspective of the criminal mind, and, perhaps above all, its technique. (Associated Press)

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Anthony Hopkins portrays Alfred Hitchcock in a film that is set during the making of the “Psycho.” “Hitchcock” is the latest expression of the public’s never-ending obsession of the filmmaker’s most influential masterpiece, which still enthralls audiences more than a half-century after its shocking premiere. (Fox Searchlight via Associated Press)

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The shower scene in “Psycho” is considered the perfect marriage of montage and murder. Alfred Hitchcock’s “fun picture” of 1960 was revolutionary in its violence, its sexiness, its sympathy to the perspective of the criminal mind, and, perhaps above all, its technique. (Associated Press)

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Anthony Hopkins portrays Alfred Hitchcock in a film that is set during the making of the “Psycho.” “Hitchcock” is the latest expression of the public’s never-ending obsession of the filmmaker’s most influential masterpiece, which still enthralls audiences more than a half-century after its shocking premiere. (Fox Searchlight via Associated Press)

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Anthony Hopkins stars as Alfred Hitchcock in “Hitchcock,” set during the time of the director’s work on “Psycho.” Scarlett Johansson plays Janet Leigh, the star of the horror film. (Fox Searchlight via Associated Pres)

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Anthony Hopkins stars as Alfred Hitchcock in “Hitchcock,” set during the time of the director’s work on “Psycho.” Scarlett Johansson plays Janet Leigh, the star of the horror film. (Fox Searchlight via Associated Pres)

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** FILE ** In a Feb. 29, 1948, file photo, Patricia Neal is shown at lunch with actor Farley Granger on the studio lot in Los Angeles. Granger, most famous for his roles in Alfred Hitchcock's "Strangers on a Train" and "Rope," died Sunday, March 27, 2011, of natural causes in New York. He was 85. (AP Photo, File)

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FILE - In a Feb. 29, 1948 file photo, Patricia Neal is shown at lunch with actor Farley Granger on the studio lot in Los Angeles. Granger, most famous for his roles in Alfred Hitchcock's "Strangers on a Train" and "Rope," died Sunday, March 27, 2011, of natural causes in New York. He was 85. (AP Photo, File)

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Jimmy Stewart and Kim Novak are shown in a scene from Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 film "Vertigo." The film is among the American Film Institute's best genre movies. (Associated Press/Paramount)

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FILE - In this Jan. 14, 2007 file photo, actress Kim Novak poses for photographers upon arriving at a special screening of Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 film "Vertigo," in which she starred, at the Egyptian Theater in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello, file)