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Saturday, October 19, 2013

Weekend Photo Pack: Dagobah, Disney And The Two-Headed Alfred Hitchcock

A beautiful, extremly rare behind-the-scenes photograph from the original Dagobah set (StarWars - The Empire Strikes Back). One can easily spot (from left to right) Frank Oz with the Yoda puppet, the movie's director Irvin Kirschner and George Lucas.


Another rare piece I'd like to share is this hilarious photo right below, showing the Nixon family in a sort of Jetsons setting, accompanied by Walt Disney. Who the man in the monorail's cockpit is, that is, unfortunately, beyond my knowledge.


And because Halloween is almost here, a further rare photograph, showing the master of suspense himself, Alfred Hitchcock, with his own head in his hands, enjoy.

(images via ms)

3 comments:

  1. The Hitchcock piece, that is priceless!!

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  2. The faux navigator in the Monorail is none other than Art Linkletter, a sure sign I'm getting old...

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