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  • Oh - and the cottage where he lives is called 'Bates Motel'.

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  • Herrmann finished, had a good dinner, went back to his room at the Universal Sheraton, not far from the Bates Motel set, went to sleep, and never woke up.

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  • A&E is developing Bates Motel, a prequel to Psycho which will chronicle how Norman Bates developed into the demented serial killer.

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  • History: Visitors can see the original Bates Motel from "Psycho," dinosaurs from "Jurassic Park" and the faux shark from "Jaws."

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  • PsychoBefore checking into the Bates Motel in a deserted California backwater, Janet Leigh consults Trip Advisor on her iPhone and reads: Smelly, dirty, really creepy owner, constantly talks to a mother no one ever sees.

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  • This year Hitchcock's Psycho turns 50 — half a decade later, Marion Crane (Janet Leigh's) visit to the Bates Motel continues to terrify.

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  • Despite getting killed off early in the film, she was nominated for an Academy Award and received a Golden Globe for her role as Marion Crane, the secretary stabbed at the Bates Motel.

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  • Other than the cinematic dazzle of the shower scene and Bernard Herrmann's terrific soundtrack, why do I sit there time and again, straight through to the final image of - Marion Crane's car being winched out of the swamp behind the Bates Motel?

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  • "PSYCHO" Revisit the Bates Motel in this classic Hitchcock horror flick from 1960 (rated R). 8: 30 p.m. American City Diner, 5532 Connecticut Ave. NW.

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  • Don't be surprised if a night at "Psycho's" Bates Motel includes being attacked when you take a shower.

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