Harrop: The pitfalls of public exercise
The most memorable scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s 1959 film “North by Northwest” is Eva Marie Saint hanging from the side of Mount Rushmore in a tailored red suit, sheer stockings and pumps. The character hadn’t planned for that situation, but her dress was nonetheless deemed proper, circa 1959, for touring South Dakota’s Black Hills. In the previous Chicago and New York City shots, she, Cary Grant and most everyone else wore business or evening attire. No shorts, no flip-flops, not even jeans without rips.