Hitch and the Bird

Alfred Hitchcock

Surely you recognize the Master of Suspense, seen here with an attempted murder. Yes, I hear you groaning (crow-ning?) over that pun — but Hitch himself said that “puns are the highest form of literature.” Alfred Hitchcock’s career spanned six decades, and indulged himself in visual puns more than once in his films.

This week’s Sepia Saturday celebrates moving images. You’d be psycho to miss it — a regular raven lunatic. There’s nothing in the way of fowl play, so don’t be chicken; otherwise you might egret it.

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3 Responses

  1. genie says:

    I never saw any of his movies. I was a young win, and now I am even a wimpier old lady. They scare me. This was definitely a good take on the prompt this week. I loved your comment about Sam the Pesky Squirrel. Would love to know what kind of feeder you think I need to get for him and his extended family. genie

  2. Sharon says:

    The Birds movie scared me when I was a child! I think my younger sister still fears birds because of it! Mum and Dad were away and we told the baby sitter that we were allowed to watch it!

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