“When yellow leaves, or none, or few, do hang, Upon those boughs which shake against the cold.” So wrote Shakespeare. Of course, he was being poetic about the onset of Fall, at which we mortals find ourselves at this moment in time. Now, setting aside the beautiful Fall scenery of Hitchcock’s THE TROUBLE WITH HARRY, most of Hitch’s “fall” scenes had a slightly less pastoral aspect. Namely, those scenes would often be of a “fall” from a great height. But have no fear, no one will push you. This is merely a quiz, and not even one with a “high level” of difficulty.
Good luck, Mr. Thornhill, wherever you are…Take the Quiz!
(*The quiz title was inspired by Alfred Hitchcock’s North By Northwest: “Something wrong with your eyes?” “Yes”, says the sunglass-clad Roger O. Thornhill (Cary Grant), “They’re sensitive to questions”. Vandamm (James Mason) announces his intentions for the troublesome Eve Kendall (Eva Marie Saint) by saying, “This matter is best disposed of from a great height…”)
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