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.
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.
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.