Dial M for Murder Easter Egg - Cuckold!

Ray Milland retires as a tennis pro. He discovers that his wife has cheated on him. He plans to kill that cuckolding wife of his in an elaborate scheme.

He reunites with an old college buddy from Cambridge who is down on his luck. He invites him upstairs to his apartment for a drink and to make his friend comfortable with reminiscing.

Before... he lures him into his plan to kill his wife for money; they look at an old college photograph of the two of them smiling and posing. Wait.

>>>> Some other guy is in the picture. It's HITCH! Alfred Hatchplot!! (Alfred Hitchcock, the director of the film, for those unfamiliar)

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Contributed By: iamTHErooster on 05-11-2000
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Alfred Hitchcock, did appear in all his films. And in response to your comment, MadJoe, if you watch carefully in the movie ROPE, you will find Alfred.Either he, or his Shadow is briefly seen on a Neon Sign, in the view from the Apartment. Towards the beginning of the film.
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cryptic writes:
Rope was shot in 10-minute takes, not one take. You can see the places where the filming stops -- for example, at one point the camera closes in on someone's back, blacking out.
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Retro Boy writes:
Here you go: http://www.hitchcock.nl/cameos.htm Click on this. You will find a list of all the cameo appearances Hitchcock made in his movies. Oh, the things I do for you.
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skarpathian writes:
If you watch any other of Hitch's films you will see him in them also. That was one of his trademarks. He was in the flat with the musician in Rear Window and he was sitting to the left of Cary Grant in To Catch A Thief, etc, etc.
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madjoe writes:
alfred hitchcock for all i know did not appear in ROPE, alfred hitchcock's film which was shot in one take
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