- in the first moments of the film in the crowd - he is the only one not applauding the speaker.
- Henry Mancini was originally hired to score the film. According to accounts, upon hearing the proposed score, Hitchcock yelled at Mancini: "If I had wanted Bernard Herrmann, I would have hired him!" Mancini was fired from the project. His recording of his main title to Frenzy is available on one of his compilation of film music excerpts.
- Elsie Randolph (who plays a worker at the hotel) last appeared in a Hitchcock film 40 years earlier as the old maid in Rich and Strange (1932).
- This was the first film Hitchcock shot in England since 1950's Stage Fright (1950).
- the killer hides in the bathroom after the potato truck sequence.
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