Legendary actress Janet Leigh passed away in 2004, but her daughter, actress Jamie Lee Curtis, remains proud of her late mother.
A photograph of Leigh’s iconic shower scene in the 1960 film “Psycho” graced the cover of Variety magazine, which highlights the “100 Greatest Movies of All Time.”
Curtis posted about it on her verified Instagram account.
“I woke up this morning thinking of my mother, wishing her to see the wonderful family I have, wishing her two daughters a healthy growth, wishing her the enjoyment of this magical, creative year I’ve had, The same industry she loves after all this time,” the “Halloween” star wrote.
“The wonder of movies is that they’re always there, forever,” the caption continued. “Excited to see her legacy as the #1 movie of all time through @variety’s loving portal today.”
“Psycho,” also starring Anthony Perkins, was directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Hailed as highly innovative at the time, the shower scene has since been reworked, spoofed and praised in other projects.
Curtis and her sister Kelly are the children of Leigh and actor Tony Curtis, who died in 2010.