The set includes the following supplemental materials:
|Presented in the 1.85:1 aspect ratio of the original 35 millimeter theatrical prints|
|The Making of Psycho, an original documentary featuring new interviews with Janet Leigh and Patricia Hitchcock O'Connell (the director's daughter), screenwriter Joseph Stefano, assistant director Hilton A. Green and others associated with the production of the film.|
|Isolated Bernard Herrmann music score|
|A Censored scene|
|The infamous shower scene with and without music|
Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece of horror and suspense, Psycho starts believably enough with a secretary on the run for embezzling $40,000. Hiding in a deserted roadside motel, she is brutally murdered in one of the most terrifying scenes ever filmed.
Overlooking the fateful motel is a forbidding gothic mansion in which a peculiar young man and his mysterious mother reside. Anthony Perkins brilliantly portrays the young man whose personality complex commands by turns the audience's deepest sympathy and utter revulsion. A bizarre psychological drama. Psycho's true terror extends beyond simple shock.
Last Updated: June 1, 1998
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