Hays Production Code's Impact on Vertigo

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Later on in the movie, he again recreated the scene, showing how the real murder was committed. By doing this, he was able to work around the laws set forth by the code. He created a murder that was so far out that it wouldn't inspire people to try to imitate it and avoided a brutal killing. In the code, it also stated that revenge wouldn't be justified...
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In the code, it also stated that revenge wouldn't be justified. ("Motion Picture Production Code of 1930") Hitchcock completely avoided a revenge murder, although the implications were there that it could happen at the time when Scotty takes her up the tower rehashing the original crime. He avoids revenge by having her jump from the tower and commit suicide when the lady comes up to find out what is causing all the noise...
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