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John Ferguson is a character from Vertigo, which is a movie directed and also produced by Alfred Hitchcock. This story had been based on the 1954 novel called, D’entre les morts and it had been written by Boileau-Narcejac. The movie’s screenplay had been written by Alec Coppel and also, Samuel A. Taylor.
The movie stars James Stewart who plays a former police detective named John Ferguson. John Ferguson has been forced into early retirement after an incident that caused him to get acrophobia and also, vertigo. John Ferguson had then been hired by an acquaintance, named, Gavin Elster, to become a private investigator for following Madeleine who has been behaving strangely.
The movie had been shot in San Francisco and at Paramount Studios. This is the first movie that had used dolly zoom, which is an in-camera effect and it distorts perspective for creating disorientation, and for conveying John Ferguson’s acrophobia.
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“One final thing I have to do… and then I’ll be free of the past.”
“Kind of a hobby, a do-it-yourself kind of thing!”
“There is nothing you must do. There is nothing you must do.”
“Judy, please, it can’t matter to you.”
“Midge, who do you know that’s an authority on San Francisco history?”
“Well, I think that explains it. Anyone could become obsessed with the past with a background like that!”
“[to Midge] I always said you were wasting your time in the underwear department.”
“You’re gonna be all right now, Madeleine. Don’t you see? You’ve given me something to work on now! I’m gonna take you down there to that mission this afternoon and when you see it, you’ll remember when you saw it before, and it’ll finish your dream. It will destroy it. I promise you. All right?”
“You shouldn’t keep souvenirs of a killing. You shouldn’t have been that sentimental.”
“And then what did he do? Did he train you? Did he rehearse you? Did he tell you exactly what to do, what to say? You were a very apt pupil too, weren’t you? You were a very apt pupil! Well, why did you pick on me? Why me?”
“I love you, Madeleine.”
“No, no, we’re together.”
“[kisses her passionately] No, there is nothing you must do. There is nothing you must do. No one possesses you. You’re safe with me.”
“But it had to happen. We’re in love. That’s all that counts!”
“Listen to me. Listen to me.”
“I won’t lose you.”
“I hope we will, too.”
“Meet again sometime.”
“The color of your hair…”
“Anyone could become obsessed with the past with a background like that!”
“[to Judy, after being taken to the scene of Madeline’s death] No, no. I have to tell you about Madeleine now. Right there.”
“We stood there and I kissed her for the last time, and she said, ‘If you lose me you’ll know that I loved you and wanted to keep on loving you.’ And I said, ‘I won’t lose you.’ But I did.”
“And then she turned and ran into the church. I tried to follow, but it was too late.”
“I’m here. I’ve got you.”
“All the time.”
“What’s this doohickey?”
“I’ve never run across one like that.”
“How often does this happen?”