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16 August 2021, 13:20 | Updated: 17 August 2021, 12:05
When the shower curtain was pulled back, a shrieking rendition of Bernard Herrmann’s spine-chilling score ensued.
There can be many surprises when viewing a house in person for the first time.
Like Hitchcock’s terrifying shower scene, this musical prank was quite the shock...
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After some convincing from the film’s composer, Hitchcock finally trialled the moment of – spoiler alert – Marion Crane’s murder with Herrmann’s chilling musical accompaniment. In the end, the decision was a no-brainer.
Unfortunately, we only get around 30 seconds of Psycho-inspired musical escapades before the next prank unfolds.
It’s all part of a hilarious montage from TV show Republic of Telly, which also had the musicians causing a street blockade while playing the ‘Imperial March’, and chasing after joggers as they performed the Rocky theme.
Just remember to check behind the shower curtain at your next house viewing, in case a violinist is lying in wait...