Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon – Family Plot (1976) – Tranquil Dreams

Head on over to check out my entry into MovieRob and The Sporadic Chronicles of a Beginner Blogger‘s Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon. My choice was Hitchcock’s last film, Family Plot. I haven’t seen much of Hitchcock’s works except for the really famous few: The Birds, Psycho and Vertigo, so this was pretty much a completely new experience for me.
A huge thanks to Rob and Zoe for putting this together! Also, remember to check out their blogs and if you don’t follow them, remember to do so because they have lots of fantastic posts to offer 🙂

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For the 53rd and FINAL review in our Alfred Hitchcock blogathon, here’s a review of Family Plot by Kim from Tranquil Dreams.

Thanks Kim for taking part!

family plot posterFamily Plot (1976)

Director: Alfred Hitchcock

Cast: Barbara Harris, Bruce Dern, Karen Black, William Devane, Ed Lauter

A phony psychic, Blanche (Barbara Harris) is hired by  a wealthy lady called Julia Rainbird who is trying to track the whereabouts of the long lost son of her sister Harriet that she forced her to give up when they were young.  Rainbird is willing to compensate Blanche for her hard work  at a great price.  Hearing this, she convinces her partner and boyfriend, George Lumley (Bruce Dern) to help her play detective and follow the clues.  On the other side, there is Fran (Karen Black) and her jeweler husband Arthur Adamson (William Devane) who are are actually kidnappers.  Somehow along the way, George and…

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