Wednesday, 17 June 2015

When Alfred Hitchcock was on Coronation Street

This week sees the 55th anniversary of the original US release of Alfred Hitchcock's seminal film Psycho.

Time then, to resurrect this wonderful image of Mr H on the Coronation Street set.


This photograph of Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980) peering through the doors of the Rovers Return in Coronation Street was taken in June 1964 by Joe Darby for the Daily Herald.

The caption read: 'While visiting a friend at Granada Television studios in Manchester, film director, Alfred Hitchcock, peeps through the doors of Coronation Street's famous local, the Rovers Return'.
Hitchcock at the bar in the Rovers Return
 Sidney Bernstein (1899-1993) had worked with Hitchcock on 'Rope' (1948) and 'Under Capricorn' (1949) and went on to become a co-founder of Granada Television.

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

How wonderful! No other soap can make that claim :-)

John said...

He was at Granada to be interviewed for an edition of their programme "Cinema"

Zagg said...

That is so COOL! Thanks for this. I had no idea.

Anonymous said...

How awesome is that??! Really neat.

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