Le Stuff’s Definitive Location Guide to Alfred Hitchcock’s Classic Film
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I was contacted recently by a film producer who’s developing a series of travel shows for Germany’s N-TV. He asked for my help in identifying specific locations used in To Catch A Thief.
No problem, right?
Well, I thought it would be a breeze but I have to admit there were a couple of challenges.
1) The Balcony Scene:
A woman screams as she discovers her jewelry has been stolen.
In a panic she runs onto her hotel room balcony where we, the viewers, are treated to an expansive shot of Nice’s world famous seafront boulevard, the Promenade des Anglais.
And so begins Alfred Hitchcock’s light hearted thriller “To Catch A Thief”.
(From Le Stuff’s “To Catch A Thief: Take 1)
The producer wanted to shoot on the “actual” balcony used in the scene.
I knew it was several blocks east Continue reading