Granted, the woman who played her sister in II & III didn't have an accent, but she's not really mentioned here....
And Henry Thomas has gotten reamed for not acting enough like Perkins did in the original -- but the first film took place after the events that occurred in this one.
But he's on a radio show -- does anyone who knows they're on the radio really tell the whole truth?
Olivia Hussey has gotten flack for her accent -- though they never really say anywhere that she's American.
In the script, Norman was originally supposed to take a butcher knife and slam it into the apple but Perkins felt that was too corny.
See more » For those who like to nitpick, there are tons of continuity problems in this film from what was established in the other films.
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See full summary » Norman Bates returns for this prequel, once more having mommy trouble.
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More of a sequel to the original than to "Psycho III" (although they sort-of mention the last one), we get the backstory on Norma Bates -- the overbearing mother that drove her son insane.
Told through flashback sequences while Norman is reminiscing to a radio-show host, this film delved into the mind of the man who's remembered as a monster and made him more of a sympathetic character -- though I think everyone who likes the series already took sympathy on the poor man.
And we finally get to see what makes a madman mad....