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Vertigo General viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. A PG film should not unsettle a child aged around eight or older. Unaccompanied children of any age may watch, but parents are advised to consider whether the content may upset younger, or more sensitive, children.

BBFC


1958
PG
128 minutes (2 hours 08 minutes)
Vertigo

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Starring

Actor
Character
James Stewart
John 'Scottie' Ferguson
Kim Novak
Madeleine Elster / Judy Barton
Barbara Bel Geddes
Midge Wood
Tom Helmore
Gavin Elster
Henry Jones
Coroner
Raymond Bailey
Scottie's Doctor
Ellen Corby
Manager of McKittrick Hotel
Konstantin Shayne
Pop Leibel
Lee Patrick
Car Owner Mistaken for Madeleine
David Ahdar
Priest
Isabel Analla
Undetermined Role
Jack Ano
Undetermined Role
Margaret Bacon
Nun
John Benson
Salesman
Danny Borzage
Juror
Margaret Brayton
Ransohoff's Saleslady
Paul Bryar
Capt. Hansen
Boyd Cabeen
Diner at Ernie's
Steve Conte
Burglar
Jean Corbett
Mrs. Elster
Bruno Della Santina
Waiter at Ernie's
Roxann Delman
Ransohoff's Model
Molly Dodd
Beautician
Bess Flowers
Diner at Ernie's
Joe Garcio
Juror
Joanne Genthon
Carlotta Valdes
Don Giovanni
Salesman
Roland Gotti
Bartender at Ernie's
Victor Gotti
Matire d' at Ernie's
Fred Graham
Policeman on Rooftop
Robert Haines
Stenographer
Buck Harrington
Elster's Gateman
Alfred Hitchcock
Man Walking Past Elster's Office
Jimmie Horan
Juror
Art Howard
Juror
Catherine Howard
Nun
June Jocelyn
Nurse
Perk Lazelle
Diner at Ernie's
David McElhatton
Radio Announcer - European Version Only
Miliza Milo
Saleswoman
Lyle Moraine
Patron
Forbes Murray
Diner at Ernie's
Julian Petruzzi
San Francisco Flower Vendor
Ezelle Poule
Older Mistaken Identity
Kathy Reed
Patron
William Remick
Jury Foreman
Jack Richardson
Escort
Jeffrey Sayre
Diner at Ernie's
Nina Shipman
Woman in Museum Mistaken for Madeleine
Dori Simmons
Woman at Ernie's Mistaken for Madeleine
Ed Stevlingson
Inquest Attorney
Sara Taft
Nun

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21st September 2016

There was never going to be any other outcome this weekend as the countries favourite unlucky in love and life Bridget Jones returns to our screens after 12 years away.

Bridget Jones's baby flies into the top on its debut weekend after a fairly aggressive marketing push and the best September weekend ever.

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