Friday, May 24, 2013

Closed- Hitchcock giveaway! {Classic Movie May}

If you've read today's post about Hitchcock films, you know that Spellbound is one of my favorites. So I'm giving away a brand new DVD of this lovely film. :)

To enter, leave me a comment telling me your favorite Hitchcock film. If you haven't seen many of his and don't have a favorite, any comment will do. :)

 For extra entries:

-Link up to at least one Classic Movie May post.
-Follow this blog.

That's a possible 3 entries per person. Please leave a separate comment for each entry, and leave your email address in at least one of the comments so I can contact you if you win.

Good luck! Since I'm a little late posting this giveaway, I'll wait until the first few days of June to draw the winner.
And don't forget to enter the other giveaway for 1 yard of Wizard of Oz fabric! I'm really surprised that there have only been a couple of entries, so if you enter now you have a pretty good chance of winning. :)

P.S. I'm a little broke at the moment, so I'm afraid I'll have to limit this giveaway to residents of the US and Canada only.

Edit: The winner was drawn by and it was Natasha Marie! Congrats. :)

Until next time,


  1. Eeep!! I don't own this one=)
    Okay, my favorite Hitchcock's very, very close between The 39 Steps and Rebecca. I'm going with The 39 Steps (1935) because it was the first Hitch I'd ever seen, it's set in Scotland, also Robert Donat and Madeleine Carroll are so adorably brilliant when handcuffed together. ;)
    Thanks for the fantastic giveaways, Kristin!

  2. I actually haven't that seen many Hitchcock films now that I think of it.... Notorious is probably my favorite one, though. And Cary Grant is in it, so of course I love it! ;]

  3. I haven't seen any of his films, but I would love to start. ;)

  4. And I follow your blog, happily! :D

  5. And I have linked up to two (so far) Classic Movie May posts. :)

  6. I'd have to say "Rebecca" is my favourite, although I recently saw "Torn Curtain" and was really impressed with the edge-of-your-seat bus scene with Julie Andrews and Paul Newman.

  7. I'd say my favourite Hitchcock film is Dial M for Murder.
    I'm a new reader of your blog.

  8. I think its a close toss up between Vertigo and Strangers on a Train. :) They're both creepy and really suspenseful!

  9. Fun giveaway, Kristin! I don't have a favorite Hitchcock film (probably because I'm in the "haven't seen very many" category...), but this one sounds fantastic! I love Bergman and Peck. :D



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