Frenzy (1972) - (Movie Clip) Bob's Your Uncle
Dick (Jon Finch) has just been fired from his barkeeping job, in Covent Garden visiting Bob (Barry Foster) who is, we learn, a better-situated customer and friend, and weve heard news of a serial murder in the neighborhood, early in Alfred Hitchcocks Frenzy, 1972.
Frenzy - (Original Trailer)
Alfred Hitchcock ties one on in this personal tour of his thriller Frenzy (1972).
Frenzy (1972) -- (Movie Clip) A Good Juicy Series Of Sex Murders
Fired bartender Dick (Jon Finch), down to his last few bob, is increasingly irritated, entering a London pub, Gerald Sim and Noel Johnson, the latter a doctor, are discussing the serial murderer, no doubt on behalf of director Alfred Hitchcock, early in Frenzy, 1972.
Frenzy (1972) -- (Movie Clip) The Waste Products Of Our Society
First shot after the credits sweeping down the Thames, Alfred Hitchcock shooting on location in London (with his cameo), John Boxer as Sir George giving a speech meant with some irony, as a murder victim is discovered, opening Frenzy, 1972, starring Jon Finch and Barry Foster.
Frenzy (1972) -- (Movie Clip) You're My Type Of Woman
Barmaid Babs (Anna Massey) has just had it out with her boss when Bob (Barry Foster), whom we know to be the Necktie Murderer, intervenes, asking after his pal and her ex-colleague Dick, whom we know hes trying to frame, director Alfred Hitchcock offering several remarkable shots, in Frenzy, 1972.
Frenzy (1972) -- (Movie Clip) Friendship And Marriage
Newly unemployed London bartender Dick (Jon Finch) encounters two clients (Madge Ryan, George Tovey) with Monica (Jean Smart, shortly before she became famous for Upstairs, Downtairs on TV), who works for his ex, counselor Brenda (Barbara Leigh-Hunt), in Alfred Hitchcocks Frenzy, 1972.