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Vertigo = San Francisco

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Through Alfred Hitchcock’s eyes, San Francisco seemed the perfect place to film a murder mystery. It wasn’t unusual for the director to chose locations before developing a story to be filmed there. The result? His iconic 1958 film, Vertigo, which makes the most of the city’s eerie and claustrophobic cityscapes. See which SF landmarks you can spot in the original Vertigo trailer. ... Read More »

Meet Museyon: Tom Beer

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Here at Museyon, our guidebooks are curated by an all-star team of global experts. Let’s get to know them, shall we? Today’s guide is Tom Beer, our expert on Film + Travel in the UK. Tom is a self-confessed cinephile, Anglophile and bibliophile, a lifelong lover of London and possible possessor of the world’s greatest name. Hi, Tom! Stay tuned, because ... Read More »

San Fran Hitchcock Style

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“San Francisco would be a good location for a murder mystery,” said Alfred Hitchcock as he observed the Golden Gate Bridge on his first trip to San Francisco, the city that stars in some of his best known films. And here at Museyon, we love San Francisco just as much as we love Hitchcock. Need proof? In our guide to ... Read More »

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