Good evening. Have you performed in Shakespeare’s King Lear recently? Or are you more of what they call a drama queen? Hitchcock’s films often contained movies-within-movies or plays-within-plays. Often these shows were the cause for stage–as well as audience–fright. In fact, you might say that these stage performances sometimes killed, literally.
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”. When Roger turns up unexpectedly at an auction, Vandamm asks, sarcastically, “What little drama are we here for today?”)