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Poster of North by Northwest

North by Northwest

Release Date: Wednesday, July 8 1959 (63 years ago)
Portrait of Cary GrantCary Grant
Roger O. Thornhill
Cary Grant was:
Portrait of Eva Marie SaintEva Marie Saint
Eve Kendall
Eva Marie Saint was:
Portrait of James MasonJames Mason
Phillip Vandamm
James Mason was:
Portrait of Jessie Royce LandisJessie Royce Landis
Clara Thornhill
Jessie Royce Landis was:
Portrait of Leo G. CarrollLeo G. Carroll
The Professor
Leo G. Carroll was:
Portrait of Josephine HutchinsonJosephine Hutchinson
Vandamm's Sister aka Mrs. Townsend
Josephine Hutchinson was:
Portrait of Philip OberPhilip Ober
Lester Townsend
Philip Ober was:
Portrait of Martin LandauMartin Landau
Leonard
Martin Landau was:
Portrait of Adam WilliamsAdam Williams
Valerian
Adam Williams was:
Portrait of Edward PlattEdward Platt
Victor Larrabee
Edward Platt was:
Portrait of Robert EllensteinRobert Ellenstein
Licht
Robert Ellenstein was:
Portrait of Les TremayneLes Tremayne
Auctioneer
Les Tremayne was:
Portrait of Philip CoolidgePhilip Coolidge
Dr. Cross
Philip Coolidge was:
Portrait of Patrick McVeyPatrick McVey
Sergeant Flamm
Patrick McVey was:
Portrait of Edward BinnsEdward Binns
Captain Junket
Edward Binns was:
Portrait of Ken LynchKen Lynch
Charley - Chicago Policeman
Ken Lynch was:
Portrait of Nora MarloweNora Marlowe
Anna, the menacing housekeeper (uncredited)
Nora Marlowe was:
Portrait of Doreen LangDoreen Lang
Maggie - Thornhill's Secretary (uncredited)
Doreen Lang was:
Portrait of John BeradinoJohn Beradino
Sergeant Emile Klinger (uncredited)
John Beradino was:
Portrait of Ned GlassNed Glass
Ticket seller (uncredited)
Ned Glass was:
Portrait of Tol AveryTol Avery
State Police Detective (uncredited)
Tol Avery was:
Portrait of Malcolm AtterburyMalcolm Atterbury
Man at Prairie Crossing (uncredited)
Malcolm Atterbury was:
Portrait of Maudie PrickettMaudie Prickett
Hotel maid Elsie (uncredited)
Maudie Prickett was:
Portrait of Bess FlowersBess Flowers
Plaza Hotel lounge patron (uncredited)
Bess Flowers was:
Portrait of Stanley AdamsStanley Adams
Lieutenant Harding (uncredited)
Stanley Adams was:
Portrait of Andy AlbinAndy Albin
Farmer (uncredited)
Andy Albin was:
Portrait of Ernest AndersonErnest Anderson
Porter on Twentieth Century Ltd. (uncredited)
Ernest Anderson was:
Portrait of Frank WilcoxFrank Wilcox
Herman Weltner (uncredited)
Frank Wilcox was:
Portrait of Brandon BeachBrandon Beach
Man at Auction (uncredited)
Brandon Beach was:
Portrait of Steve CarruthersSteve Carruthers
Man at Auction (uncredited)
Steve Carruthers was:
Portrait of Taggart CaseyTaggart Casey
Shaving Man (uncredited)
Taggart Casey was:
Portrait of Bill CatchingBill Catching
Auction Attendant (uncredited)
Bill Catching was:
Portrait of Walter CoyWalter Coy
U.S. Intelligence Agency Official (uncredited)
Walter Coy was:
Portrait of Jimmy CrossJimmy Cross
Taxi Driver #1 (uncredited)
Jimmy Cross was:
Portrait of Patricia CuttsPatricia Cutts
Hospital Patient (uncredited)
Patricia Cutts was:
Portrait of Jack DalyJack Daly
Train Steward (uncredited)
Jack Daly was:
Portrait of John DamlerJohn Damler
Police Lieutenant (uncredited)
John Damler was:
Portrait of Lawrence DobkinLawrence Dobkin
U.S. Intelligence Agency Official (uncredited)
Lawrence Dobkin was:
Portrait of Tommy FarrellTommy Farrell
Eddie - Elevator Starter (uncredited)
Tommy Farrell was:
Portrait of Jesslyn FaxJesslyn Fax
Train Passenger (uncredited)
Jesslyn Fax was:
Portrait of Adolph FaylauerAdolph Faylauer
Bald Bidder (uncredited)
Adolph Faylauer was:
Portrait of Sally FraserSally Fraser
Second United Nations Receptionist (uncredited)
Sally Fraser was:
Portrait of Paul GengePaul Genge
Lieutenant Hagerman (uncredited)
Paul Genge was:
Portrait of James GonzalezJames Gonzalez
Man at Auction (uncredited)
James Gonzalez was:
Portrait of Tom GreenwayTom Greenway
Silent State Police Detective (uncredited)
Tom Greenway was:
Portrait of Robert HainesRobert Haines
Man at United Nations Building (uncredited)
Robert Haines was:
Portrait of Stuart HallStuart Hall
Train Passenger (uncredited)
Stuart Hall was:
Portrait of Alfred HitchcockAlfred Hitchcock
Man Who Misses Bus
Alfred Hitchcock was:
Portrait of Stuart HolmesStuart Holmes
Hotel Lounge Patron (uncredited)
Stuart Holmes was:
Portrait of Eugene JacksonEugene Jackson
Security Guard at Auction (uncredited)
Eugene Jackson was:
Portrait of Bobby JohnsonBobby Johnson
Waiter (uncredited)
Bobby Johnson was:
Portrait of Kenner G. KempKenner G. Kemp
Man Leaving Office Building (uncredited)
Kenner G. Kemp was:
Portrait of Madge KennedyMadge Kennedy
Mrs. Finlay (uncredited)
Madge Kennedy was:
Portrait of Colin KennyColin Kenny
Man at Auction (uncredited)
Colin Kenny was:
Portrait of Carl M. LevinessCarl M. Leviness
Man at United Nations Building (uncredited)
Carl M. Leviness was:
Portrait of Alexander LockwoodAlexander Lockwood
Judge Anson B. Flynn (uncredited)
Alexander Lockwood was:
Portrait of Frank MarloweFrank Marlowe
Taxi Driver (uncredited)
Frank Marlowe was:
Portrait of Baynes BarronBaynes Barron
Taxi Driver #2 (uncredited)
Baynes Barron was:
Portrait of Thomas MartinThomas Martin
Train Passenger (uncredited)
Thomas Martin was:
Portrait of James McCallionJames McCallion
Plaza Valet (uncredited)
James McCallion was:
Portrait of Maura McGiveneyMaura McGiveney
Attendant (uncredited)
Maura McGiveney was:
Portrait of Carl MilletaireCarl Milletaire
Hotel Clerk (uncredited)
Carl Milletaire was:
Portrait of Hans MoebusHans Moebus
Man at United Nations Building (uncredited)
Hans Moebus was:
Portrait of Howard NegleyHoward Negley
Conductor on Twentieth Century, Ltd. (uncredited)
Howard Negley was:
Portrait of Monty O'GradyMonty O'Grady
Man at United Nations Building (uncredited)
Monty O'Grady was:
Portrait of Ralph ReedRalph Reed
Bellhop (uncredited)
Ralph Reed was:
Portrait of John RoyJohn Roy
Train Passenger (uncredited)
John Roy was:
Portrait of Jeffrey SayreJeffrey Sayre
Hotel Lounge Patron / Man at Mt. Rushmore Cafeteria (uncredited)
Jeffrey Sayre was:
Portrait of Scott SeatonScott Seaton
Man at Auction (uncredited)
Scott Seaton was:
Portrait of Harry SeymourHarry Seymour
Victor - Captain of Waiters (uncredited)
Harry Seymour was:
Portrait of Robert ShayneRobert Shayne
Larry Wade (uncredited)
Robert Shayne was:
Portrait of Jeremy SlateJeremy Slate
Policeman at Grand Central Station (uncredited)
Jeremy Slate was:
Portrait of Olan SouleOlan Soule
Assistant Auctioneer (uncredited)
Olan Soule was:
Portrait of Helen SpringHelen Spring
Bidder (uncredited)
Helen Spring was:
Portrait of Harvey StephensHarvey Stephens
Stockbroker (uncredited)
Harvey Stephens was:
Portrait of Harry StrangHarry Strang
Assistant Conductor (uncredited)
Harry Strang was:
Portrait of Arthur ToveyArthur Tovey
Man at Auction (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey was:
Portrait of Dale Van SickelDale Van Sickel
Ranger (uncredited)
Dale Van Sickel was:
Portrait of Lloyd WilliamsLloyd Williams
Minor Role (uncredited)
Lloyd Williams was:
Portrait of Robert B. WilliamsRobert B. Williams
Patrolman Waggoner (uncredited)
Robert B. Williams was:
Portrait of Paula WinslowePaula Winslowe
Woman at Auction (uncredited)
Paula Winslowe was:
Portrait of Wilson WoodWilson Wood
Photographer at United Nations (uncredited)
Wilson Wood was:
Portrait of Carleton YoungCarleton Young
Fanning Nelson (uncredited)
Carleton Young was:
Portrait of Dick JohnstoneDick Johnstone
Courtroom Spectator (uncredited)
Dick Johnstone was:
Portrait of Bert StevensBert Stevens
Man at United Nations Building (uncredited)
Bert Stevens was:
Portrait of Cosmo SardoCosmo Sardo
Worker (uncredited)
Cosmo Sardo was:
Portrait of Don AndersonDon Anderson
Worker (uncredited)
Don Anderson was:
Portrait of Alphonso DuBoisAlphonso DuBois
Man at United Nations Building (uncredited)
Alphonso DuBois was:
Portrait of Len HendryLen Hendry
Police Lieutenant (uncredited)
Len Hendry was:
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