It was 1963, an amazing film by the Master of Suspense!
I loved all the Alfred Hitchcock movies, his books and the TV series...I could watch them over and over again. I think I saw this one in the Drive In Theater on Cicero Ave and 31st Street back in the day. (I cannot remember the name.)
I found this stamp many years ago, in a discount box sitting on the floor at a stamp show, I remember it clearly. I was so excited to have found it, along with the walking Marilyn. Treasures!!
I tried something new today, tim's Distress Glaze. It really worked out nicely, as I was able to use distress inks and Brusho's with water over the sealed image. The stamp is actually Alfred, smoking a cigar with a bird landing on it. I added the smoke with natural Bister, using a small brush and water. I flicked some blue Brusho on the sky, over the blue distress ink.
I'm entering it in Lisa's Blogger Masculine Challenge this week.