"Hitchcock was in New York, and he called and said, ‘I’m not that pleased with all the wardrobe chosen by the studio for the film; why don’t you come to New York and we’ll go to Bergdorf Goodman?’ He had an idea of how he wanted the character to look, so we went to Bergdorf Goodman and he had the wonderful models come by. When the black dress with the red roses came out, I said, oh, I like that. He said, ‘Wrap it up for Miss Saint!’ From then on I called him my sugar daddy." - Eva Marie Saint
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"Hitchcock was in New York, and he called and said, ‘I’m not that pleased with all the wardrobe chosen by the studio for the film; why don’t you come to New York and we’ll go to Bergdorf Goodman?’ He had an idea of how he wanted the character to look, so we went to Bergdorf Goodman and he had the wonderful models come by. When the black dress with the red roses came out, I said, oh, I like that. He said, ‘Wrap it up for Miss Saint!’ From then on I called him my sugar daddy." - Eva Marie Saint
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"Hitchcock was in New York, and he called and said, ‘I’m not that pleased with all the wardrobe chosen by the studio for the film; why don’t you come to New York and we’ll go to Bergdorf Goodman?’ He had an idea of how he wanted the character to look, so we went to Bergdorf Goodman and he had the wonderful models come by. When the black dress with the red roses came out, I said, oh, I like that. He said, ‘Wrap it up for Miss Saint!’ From then on I called him my sugar daddy." - Eva Marie Saint
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"Hitchcock was in New York, and he called and said, ‘I’m not that pleased with all the wardrobe chosen by the studio for the film; why don’t you come to New York and we’ll go to Bergdorf Goodman?’ He had an idea of how he wanted the character to look, so we went to Bergdorf Goodman and he had the wonderful models come by. When the black dress with the red roses came out, I said, oh, I like that. He said, ‘Wrap it up for Miss Saint!’ From then on I called him my sugar daddy." - Eva Marie Saint
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"Hitchcock was in New York, and he called and said, ‘I’m not that pleased with all the wardrobe chosen by the studio for the film; why don’t you come to New York and we’ll go to Bergdorf Goodman?’ He had an idea of how he wanted the character to look, so we went to Bergdorf Goodman and he had the wonderful models come by. When the black dress with the red roses came out, I said, oh, I like that. He said, ‘Wrap it up for Miss Saint!’ From then on I called him my sugar daddy." - Eva Marie Saint