PARIS (AP) -- No filmmaker left more hearts in throats than the legendary Alfred Hitchcock, and now, 20 years after his death, one of Paris' leading museums helps you trace the roots of his work.
The Pompidou Center is drawing big crowds this summer with "Hitchcock: Fatal Coincidences," an unusual exhibit that focuses on his films but also features other forms of art traditionally found at museums.
The exhibit includes 200 artworks that evoke haunting scenes from Hitchcock's thrillers and that curators believe inspired him. The works -- from paintings by Paul Klee to illustrated books of Edgar Allan Poe -- are juxtaposed with 300 photographs from shooting sessions, along with storyboards and sketches.
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