Mr. Harris, Were you involved at all in making the decision on the restored VERTIGO to run the "restoration" end credits at the conclusion of the film? I have always thought this was not in keeping with the director's wishes, who, in my understanding, wanted the film to simply fade out to the Paramount logo. This was how it played originally in 1958 and again in the 80's re-release, as near as I can recollect. I personally find the addition of these credits at the end to be highly disruptive to the film's original intention and vision for the climax. I have seen several restorations of silent films and more often than not the new credits run BEFORE the start of the movie, which would have been much more appropriate in the case of VERTIGO. I'm all for credit where credit is due, but I'm not sure altering Mr. Hitchcock's objective in how the film should end was in keeping with what is otherwise an admirable job of restoration. This is something that has bothered me since the restoration was done and I would love to hear your thoughts on it, especially if you have contradictory evidence on how Mr. Hitchcock envisioned the final moments of the film. Thank you for your attention.