• August 01, 2011
    By Peter Keough

    Alfred Hitchcock's North By Northwest (1959) has no shortage of iconic moments: Cary Grant's Roger O. Thornhill chased through a cornfield by a crop-dusting plane; the harrowing struggle on Mt. Rushmore; Thornhill's drunken downhill drive with no brakes. So when you watch it this time around you might focus on the less heralded moments, like Eva Maria Saint's femme fatale, in a train's dining car, describing her trout as "trouty, but still good."

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