Shadow of a Doubt (1943)
This is a remake of the film.
Referenced in conversation during interview
Discussed by Hitchcock as a personal favorite of his work.
Death of the main villain has the same cause - hanging out the side of a train with a look of recognition just before being hit by an oncoming train.
Mention of an "Uncle Charlie"
poster shown at a movie theater.
Characters discuss this movie.
Title is a reference
Richard Larsen alludes to it.
The basic plot of the film bears a strong resemblance to this Hitchcock film, with Jerry in the Uncle Charlie role, as an outsider who joins a family only to be revealed as a serial murderer. The movie recycles several specific scenes and visual cues, including Jerry's folding up the newspaper reporting his crimes and giving it to a child.
Growing distrust, risky investigation and danger lurking.
The professor talks about Joseph Cotten's charatcer in Shadow of a Doubt.
mentioned by Robert F. Boyle
Referenced by an intertitle.
Patricia Hitchcock says John Michael Hayes impressed her father with his appreciation and knowledge of Shadow of a Doubt.
"making of" documentary
seen on movie marquee
Mentioned by John.
Hitchcock and Santa Rosa
An advertisement for it can be seen on the pink flier.
described in Hitchcock's history
Title references the classic Hitchcock film
It is referenced.
The poster of this movie was shown.
DVD is shown.
One of the 50 gold film reels you can find.
Emily getting locked in a barn and waking up drowsily is a recreation of a scene from the movie.
Spencer getting choked by the Queen of Hearts and Zombie Baby Doll Stalker are recreations of scenes from the movie.
In both movies, there is an uncle named Charlie, murderer and obsessed with his niece.
The library scene, from the librarian's dialogue to the ascending camera angle as the protagonist reacts in shock, is directly lifted from Hitchcock's film.
in a film poster when Watanabe tries to run over Byomkesh and Ajit.
The scenes in which characters discuss an idea of what is called a perfect murder are very similar in both films.
Someone is credited in a cast under that name.
The Merry Widow Waltz editor C.C. Calhoun put on the dailies of "Merrily We Dance" is a musical reference to "Shadow of a Doubt". Both films have a doubling and duality theme: "Shadow of a Doubt" the two Charlies (C.C.!), "Hail, Caesar!" Laurence Laurentz, his protégés Baird & Burt, the twin sisters Thora & Thessaly.
Influenced by Alfred Hitchcock's direction and by Joseph Valentine's film noir cinematography
Main title runs
Clips are shown.
Clips are shown.
One of the films selected by the co-host
Featured during Robert Boyle tribute.
Vicky and Ben go to see the film at the cinema.
It is mentioned and discussed. Also, footage of this movie is shown.
clip with Joseph Cotten and Teresa Wright
Marianne Maddalena and Bruce Alan Miller mention it. Also, poster and footage of this movie are shown.
clips from the trailer
Shadow of a Doubt gets an honorable mention.
A scene, concerning a train pulling into a station, is shown