Vertigo (1958)

Vertigo
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating PG
Runtime 2hr 8mins.
Genres Adaptation, Thriller
Keywords psychodrama, suspenseful
Status Released
US Release Date
  
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
Harry Snodgrass Sound Designer (restoration) 120915 14000009
Richard LeGrand Jr. Sound Editor (restoration) 229 14000010
Winston Leverett Sound sound recording 120816 14000008
Harold Lewis Sound sound recording 120816 14000007
Daniel Leahy Rerecording re-recording mixer(restoration) 120995 14000006
William Hooper Sound Editor (restoration) 229 14000011
Robert McNabb Sound Editor (restoration) 229 14000012
John P Fulton Special Effects special photographic effects 168 23000001
Walter Browski Business Affairs theater sales manager(restoration) 120792 18000001
William Jacobs Sound Editor (restoration) 229 14000014
Walter Spencer Sound Editor (restoration) 229 14000013
Michael C Casper Rerecording re-recording mixer(restoration) 120995 14000005
Albert Romero Foley Mixer (restoration) 224 14000004
Marlene Noble Research Assistant (restoration) 121052 12000002
Richard Mueller Consultant Technicolor color consultant 120784 12000001
Chris Bushman Supervisor photo-chemical supervisor(restoration) 120845 11000003
Ken D Smith Production Executive (restoration) 118216 11000002
Edith Head Costume Designer n/a 169 13000001
Nellie Manley Hair hairstylist supervision 120794 13000002
Laura Macias Foley Artist (restoration) 223 14000003
Sharon Michaels Foley Artist (restoration) 223 14000002
Samuel Webb Assistant Sound Editor (restoration) 222 14000001
Wally Westmore Makeup makeup supervision 353 13000003
Saul Bass Titles titles designer 120825 23000002
Joanne Lawson Assistant (restoration) 120820 25000001
Herbert Coleman Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000016
Henry Bumstead Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000015
Henry Jones Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000014
Barbara Bel Geddes Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000013
Peggy Robertson Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000017
Leonard South Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000018
June Van Dyke Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000022
Suzanne Taylor Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000021
Samuel Taylor Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000020
Herb Steinberg Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000019
Kim Novak Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000012
James Stewart Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000011
Mike B Smith Other DTS theater services engineer(restoration) 120795 26000004
Charlie Ajar Jr. Other recorder(restoration) 120795 26000003
Robert A Harris Other restoration 120795 26000002
John Ferren Other special sequences 120795 26000001
Tom Pollock Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000005
Lew R Wasserman Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000006
Michael Hickey Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000010
Robert J O'Neil Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000009
Patricia Hitchcock Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000008
Martin Scorsese Special Thanks n/a 120874 26000007
Phil Feiner Executive in Charge of Production (restoration) 118217 11000001
Henry Bumstead Art Director art direction 183 9000004
Don Giovanni Actor Salesman 1 1000017
Mollie Dodd Actor Beauty Parlor Operator 1 1000016
Fred Graham Actor Policeman 1 1000015
Sara Taft Actor Nun 1 1000014
Roxann Delmar Actor Model 1 1000018
Bruno Santina Actor Waiter 1 1000019
Ed Stevlingson Actor Attorney 1 1000023
Carlo Dotto Actor Bartender 1 1000022
Rolando Gotti Actor Maitre d' 1 1000021
Dori Simmons Actor Middle Aged Mistaken Identity 1 1000020
Julia Petruzzi Actor Flower Vendor 1 1000013
William Remick Actor Jury Foreman 1 1000012
Henry Jones Actor The Coroner 1 1000005
Tom Helmore Actor Gavin Elster 1 1000004
Barbara Bel Geddes Actor Midge Wood 1 1000003
Kim Novak Actor Madeleine Elster/Judy Barton 1 1000002
Raymond Bailey Actor The Doctor 1 1000006
Ellen Corby Actor Manager of the McKittrick Hotel 1 1000007
Margaret Brayton Actor Saleswoman 1 1000011
Paul Bryar Actor Captain Hansen 1 1000010
Lee Patrick Actor Older Mistaken Identity 1 1000009
Konstantin Shayne Actor Pop Leibel 1 1000008
Joanne Genthon Actor Girl in Portrait 1 1000024
Nina Shipman Actor Young Mistaken Identity 1 1000025
George Tomasini Editor n/a 172 7000001
Bill Pine Color Timer (restoration) 120921 6000005
Wallace Kelley Photography process photography 120835 6000004
Farciot Edouart Photography process photography 120835 6000003
Sharon McGeeney Negative Cutting negative cutter(Superior Film Service Inc) 120852 7000002
Bernard Herrmann Music n/a 120781 8000001
Hal Pereira Art Director art direction 183 9000003
Frank R McKelvy Set Decorator n/a 165 9000002
Sam Comer Set Decorator n/a 165 9000001
Muir Mathiesen Music Conductor n/a 120818 8000002
Mike Glickman Camera optical cameraman(restoration) 120798 6000002
Robert Burks Director of Photography n/a 120780 6000001
Herbert Coleman Associate Producer n/a 171 3000003
James C Katz Producer (restoration) 3 3000002
Alfred Hitchcock Producer n/a 3 3000001
Alfred Hitchcock Director n/a 2 2000001
Alec Coppel Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Samuel Taylor Screenplay n/a 120778 4000002
Daniel J McCauley Assistant Director n/a 163 5000002
Robert Heiser Production Manager DTS post-production manager(restoration) 305 5000001
Thomas Narcejac Source Material (from novel) ("D'Entre les Morts") 120793 4000004
Pierre Boileau Source Material (from novel) ("D'Entre les Morts") 120793 4000003
James Stewart Actor John "Scottie" Ferguson 1 1000001
Synopsis
During a rooftop chase, police detective John "Scottie" Ferguson is overcome with a severe case of acrophobia--a deep fear of falling which results in a stultifying vertigo--that leads to the death of a fellow officer. After retiring from the police force, Scottie attempts to return to a normal life, but his life takes another unusual turn when an old school aquaintance asks Scottie to shadow his wife, the luminescently beautiful but utterly mysterious Madeleine. Scottie is wary but the minute he sees her he cannot resist the chase. As his fixation with Madeleine grows, however, so too does her obsession with death. When Scottie's vertigo prevents him from saving Madeleine's life, his one chance at perfect love comes crashing to a brutal end. Then one day, Scottie sees a woman walking down the street who looks just like Madeleine. She is Judy Barton, a salesgirl from Kansas with her own secrets--secrets that will once again turn Scottie's world into a dizzying battle between illusion and reality.