Mel Brooks in the 1977 spoof “High Anxiety,” which skewers the work of Alfred Hitchcock.
Mel Brooks in the 1977 spoof “High Anxiety,” which skewers the work of Alfred Hitchcock. Twentieth Century Fox
Mel Brooks in the 1977 spoof “High Anxiety,” which skewers the work of Alfred Hitchcock. Twentieth Century Fox

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