Looking through the keyhole, the viewer sees Rod Taylor, who starred in this romantic comedy alongside Doris Day, one of the biggest film stars of the 1950s and 1960s.
In one of his most famous roles, Rod Taylor starred alongside Tippi Hedren in Hitchcock’s thriller, The Birds.
Costume designer Orry-Kelly won his third Academy Award for Best Costume Design for Some Like It Hot (1959).
Broken Hill native Dorothy Alison starred opposite Jack Hawkins in this crime film about Scotland Yard detectives investigating a series of burglaries.
Alexander the Great was the first of many epic films delivered by acclaimed cinematographer Robert (Bob) Krasker.
While uncredited, screenwriter, novelist and playwright Alec Coppel assisted with writing Hitchcock’s romantic thriller To Catch a Thief.
In her leading role debut, 21-year-old Diane Cilento stood out as the sole female actor among a cast of 30 men.
Tasmanian-born actor Errol Flynn starred as Jamie Durie in his archetypal role as a romantic swashbuckler.
Michael Pate starred as Vittorio, a Chiricahua Apache chief, in the 3D Western film Hondo.
John Farrow directed an impressive 50 films; however, Botany Bay was only the second (besides The Sea Chase, 1955) to have a connection to his native Australia.