Laura Sydell. If you ask people who know the city what movie comes to mind when they think of San Francisco, the most likely answer is Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo. More than almost any other movie, the plot of the film is woven into its location. But it didn't begin that way. So as part of our series "On Location," which looks at movies in which place plays a crucial role, we decide to examine how Hitchcock took a story from a French novel and turned it into the quintessential San Francisco movie. The city asserts its presence from the first frames that follow the Vertigo 's opening credits. As the action begins, police detective John "Scotty" Ferguson and his partner chase a criminal across the roof tops of San Francisco's Russian Hill neighborhood, as the city's wide bay looms below.
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