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Psycho Overview

When larcenous real estate clerk Marion Crane goes on the lam with a wad of cash and hopes of starting a new life, she ends up at the notorious Bates Motel, where manager Norman Bates cares for his housebound mother. The place seems quirky, but fine… until Marion decides to take a shower.

Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock

Who Stars in Psycho

Anthony Perkins
Norman Bates

Anthony Perkins

Janet Leigh
Marion Crane

Janet Leigh

Vera Miles
Lila Crane

Vera Miles

John Gavin
Sam Loomis

John Gavin

Martin Balsam
Det. Milton Arbogast

Martin Balsam

John McIntire
Sheriff Al Chambers

John McIntire


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Review for Psycho

Author: Wuchak

“We all go a little mad sometimes. Haven't you?” A Phoenix secretary, Marion Crane (Janet Leigh), embezzles $40,000 and rashly flees town, ending up at a remote motel in Fairvale, California, where she encounters the eccentric Mama’s boy Norman Bates (Anthony Perkins). Mixed into this web is a private investigator (Martin Balsam), Marion’s sister (Vera Miles) and Marion’s secret beau (John Gavin). Directed by Alfred Hitchcock based on Robert Bloch’s book, “Psycho” made a huge impact when it was released in 1960. It contains a plot development that was groundbreaking at the time shared by England’s “City of the Dead” (aka “Horror Hotel”), which went into production six weeks earlier than “Psycho” and was released in the UK at the same time, but not in America until 2 years later. While they’re both good, “Psycho” is way superior. It was followed by three sequels (1983, 1986 and 1990), the last being a semi-prequel, all starring Anthony Perkins as Norman with Vera Miles returning for the first one. One thing I don’t like is that it was shot in B&W. Check out the sequels and the 1998 remake to observe the same settings in living color. The film runs 1 hour, 49 minutes and was shot primarily at the backlot of Universal Studios, Universal City, California, with other parts in Los Angeles & Gorman, California, and Phoenix, Arizona. GRADE: A


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Production

Shamley Productions


Facts

Status
Released

Release Date
1960-06-16

Original Language
English

Runtime
1 hr 49 mins

Budget
$ 806,948.00 (Estimated)

Revenue
$ 32,000,000.00 (USA)

Profit
$ 31,193,052.00 (Estimated in USA)

Genres
Drama Horror Thriller Mystery

Keywords
hotel clerk arizona shower rain motel taxidermy money secretary corpse murderer theft private detective proto-slasher


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