Interpreting a dream literally to solve a crime is Spellbound.
Belltower is Vertigo.
Woman in a red room ripping up evidence is Marnie.
Bird statues hovering over significant locations is Psycho.
The Birds: Jessica Tandy as the star's mother, a bird attacks, and a swarm of birds outside a window.
North by Northwest: Glen Cove, Long Island home with a long driveway and a name at the front of the drive, plus the auction house scene.
Rear Window: George spying on Brooke through the window.
Notorious: The female lead is motivated by her foreign father's betrayal.
I should be able to love my country and still love justice. —Camus
Every Hitchcock movie - Leggy blond! (Meryl Streep)
Great movie. It scared the beejeezus out of my girlfriend quite a bit - especially the sudden flash of the bird shrieking when Roy is recounting the dream. Scared me too!
A child of five would understand this. Send someone to fetch a child of five! - Groucho Marx
Saboteur--Meryl grabbing Sara Botsford's sleeve in a vain attempt to prevent her from falling to her death.
^ well spotted. I love that scene from Saboteur. I'm sure you also know that scene is also referenced in Hudsucker Proxy - to great comic effect!
"...adouble steetch." !!!