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Kim Novak as Madeleine Elster-Judy Barton in Vertigo (1958)

Source: The Official Trailer.

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Kim Novak as Madeleine Elster-Judy Barton in Vertigo (1958)Kim Novak as Madeleine Elster-Judy Barton in Vertigo (1958)Kim Novak as Madeleine Elster-Judy Barton in Vertigo (1958)
Photo including Kim Novak (Madeleine Elster/Judy Barton) in "Vertigo"
Photo of Kim Novak, who portrays "Madeleine Elster/Judy Barton" in "Vertigo" (1958).
(Source: The Official Trailer)

"Vertigo" Restored version © 1996 Leland H. Faust, Patricia Hitchcock O'Connell and Kathleen O'Connell Fiala, Trustees under the Alfred J. Hitchcock Trust

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by Theia -

Photo of Kim Novak, who portrays "Madeleine Elster/Judy Barton", from "Vertigo" (1958). As stated by the poster, this picture is coming from the official trailer of "Vertigo".

Kim Novak is an American actress, and costume designer.

As an actress, Kim Novak has been seen in movies such as The Eddy Duchin Story, released in 1956 (character: Marjorie Oelrichs Duchin), The Notorious Landlady (1962) (character: Carlyle Hardwicke), Picnic (1955) in which she plays Madge Owens, Pushover (1954) in which she plays Lona McLane, Jeanne Eagels (1957) (character: Jeanne Eagels), and Phffft (1954) (Janis).

About "Vertigo":

Starring James Stewart (Det. John 'Scottie' Ferguson), Kim Novak (Madeleine Elster/Judy Barton), Barbara Bel Geddes (Marjorie 'Midge' Wood), Tom Helmore (Gavin Elster), Henry Jones (Coroner) and Raymond Bailey (Scottie's doctor), "Vertigo" (also known as "Aus dem Reich der Toten", "Donna che visse due volte, La", "Listen Darkling") is a Drama/Mystery/Thriller/Romance film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, and written by Alec Coppel (screenplay), released in the USA on May 09 of 1958.

Here are some memorable quotes from "Vertigo"
{ to Midge }
I always said you were wasting your time in the underwear department.(/"Detective John 'Scottie" Ferguson")
Sorry Scottie, that was rotten. He had no right to speak to you like that. It was my responsibility. I shouldn't have got you involved. No, there's nothing you have to say to me. I'm getting out Scottie, for good. I can't stay here. I'm going to wind up her affairs, and mine, and get away as far as I can. Europe perhaps. I probably never will come back. Goodbye, Scottie. If there's anything I can do for you before I go? There's no way for them to understand. You and I know who killed Madeleine.(Tom Helmore as "Gavin Elster")
You're gonna be all right now, Madeleine. Don't you see? You've given me something to work on now! I'm gonna take you down there to that mission this afternoon and when you see it, you'll remember when you saw it before, and it'll finish your dream. It will destroy it. I promise you. All right?("Detective John 'Scottie" Ferguson"/)

As an actress, Barbara Bel Geddes acted in movies such as The Long Night, released in 1947 in which she plays Jo Ann, The Five Pennies (1959) in which she portrays Willa Stutsman aka 'Bobbie Meredith', Fourteen Hours (1951) portraying Virginia Foster, Panic in the Streets (1950) portraying Nancy Reed, By Love Possessed (1961) playing Clarissa Winner, and Summertree (1971) playing Ruth.

Alfred Hitchcock (director) and Tom Helmore have collaborated in Secret Agent, released in 1936, The Ring (1927). As an actor, Tom Helmore acted in movies such as The Man in the Net, released in 1959 playing Gordon Moreland, Malaya (1949) (character: Matisson), Designing Woman (1957) (character: Zachary Wilde), Scene of the Crime (1949) in which he plays Norrie Lorfield, The Time Machine (1960) in which he plays Anthony Bridewell, and Trouble Along the Way (1953) (character: Harold McCormick).

Alfred Hitchcock, the film director:

Alfred Hitchcock was an English director, actor, producer, screenwriter, and writer. Alfred Hitchcock has directed movies such as Jamaica Inn, released in 1939, Number Seventeen (1932), Murder! (1930), Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1941), Mary (1931), and Downhill (1927).

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Source: The Official Trailer.

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