People, Sep. 13, 1971

It was one of the more unusual Alfred Hitchcock double features. There on a park bench alongside the Thames sat the great director himself, holding a head that was a duplicate of his own. Actually the head will be used to carry on the Hitchcock tradition of including a shot of himself in each of his pictures; it belongs to a rotund dummy "victim" that will be found floating face up on the Thames in his 55th movie, Frenzy.

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