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Vertigo (1958). Henry Bumstead again with four terrific panels. As is typical of many art directors, their figure drawing takes a back seat to mood, dynamic angles and staging. The filmed sequence is almost identical to the panels as is typical of many of Hitchcock's movies. Two versions below: the original art is first and second, are the boards (minus the first panel compared with frames from the actual film.

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