4 Hidden Scenes in Hitchcock's Psycho

Following is our collection of Hitchcock's Psycho facts. Handpicked and verified, these little-known details can be obscure enough most people will miss. These behind the scene easter eggs and hidden messages will give you another view of Hitchcock's Psycho film message.

In Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (1960) Norman tells Marion that his mother is "as harmless as one of those stuffed birds." To later learn that Norman killed and taxidermied his mother
In Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho (1960) Norman tells Marion that his mother is "as harmless as one of those stuffed birds." To later learn that Norman killed and taxidermied his mother
A lady in Sam's hardware store buys and discusses a pesticide brand, foreshadowing Norman's history of poisoning his mother with strychnine, a popular pesticide at the time.
A lady in Sam's hardware store buys and discusses a pesticide brand, foreshadowing Norman's history of poisoning his mother with strychnine, a popular pesticide at the time.

Hitchcock's Psycho Hidden Facts

People used this device to communicate by sticking their finger in a wheel and moving it back and forth. This was a popular ritual of the 60s, 70s and early 80s because the push button phone wasn't common.

Cast and Details

Here are the full cast and crew of Hitchcock's Psycho. The goofs, crazy credits, and trivia they have performed may have not taken your attention. Some are hidden for a reason, while others randomly forgotten.

Genre Animation, Short, Horror
Director Duncan McConchie