Artists in Action #560


Alfred Hitchcock sings along

11 comments:

Robert Fiore said...

Breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Robert Fiore said...

What makes the image so unusual is that it's not a variation on impassivity.

estiv said...

Absolutely perfect. Among his other notable attributes, the man was a comic genius. And like someone like Buster Keaton, he was willing to use his own personal physical attributes for comic effect.

asleep said...

From this angle, all that harness gear makes the horse in the background look like H.R. Giger's alien, on the chase. Acts as a Rorschach pattern, perhaps. Oh dear, I'm not feeling very well.

Flynnjr said...

they're not singing, they're catching snowflakes.

right?

michaelE said...

I think they're actually catching snowflakes?

Gerard Saylor said...

Looks more like they are catching snowflakes.

Vanwall said...

Wonderful image!

Tommy O'C said...

Sing-a-long? It looks like primal therapy. Didn't Hitch have people his own age to play with?

Chris Rywalt said...

Sing-a-long? They're in a runaway sled! The horse is behind them!

JimG said...

You're all wrong. The curtain has been pulled back and Mother is plunging a knife in their backs.