Vertigo (1958): Talking About Acrophobia Part 2

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The clip talking about acrophobia Part 2 from Vertigo (1958) with James Stewart, Barbara Bel Geddes

Don't ...
The clip talking about acrophobia Part 2 from Vertigo (1958) with James Stewart, Barbara Bel Geddes

Don't forget, I'm a man of independent means, as the saying goes.
Fairly independent.
Why don't you go away for a while?
You mean, to forget? Midge, don't be so motherly.
I'm not gonna crack up.
-Have you had any dizzy spells this week? -I'm having one right now.
Midge, the music. Don't you think it's sort of....
What's this doohickey?
It's a brassiere.
You know about those things. You're a big boy now.
I've never run across one like that.
It's brand-new. Revolutionary uplift.
No shoulder straps, no back straps, but does everything a brassiere should do.
Works on the principle of the cantilever bridge.
It does?
An aircraft engineer down the peninsula designed it.
He worked it out in his spare time.
Kind of a hobby.
A do-it-yourself type of thing.
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