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Criterion Collection returns to Manderley with 'Rebecca'

Alfred Hitchcock’s only movie to win the Academy Award for best picture, “Rebecca” (1940) may not be the first film that leaps to mind when we think of the Master of Suspense’s signature achievements. But this precise and luxuriant rendition of Daphne du Maurier’s masterful gothic romance is still...
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Rebecca (1940) dir. Alfred HitchcockStarring: Joan Fontaine, Laurence Olivier, Judith Anderson, Florence Bates By Alan BacchusOne of the landmark films in Hollywood, Alfred Hitchcock’s first American picture, after he was ‘brought ...

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Alfred Hitchcock won his only Best Picture Oscar for 1940’s Rebecca, suggesting that anyone who would attempt their own adaptation of Daphne du Marier’s novel—as DreamWorks and Working Title are now planning—would be haunted by the ...

DreamWorks To Remake Alfred Hitchcock’s Only Best Picture Winner: ‘Rebecca’

Entertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Alfred Hitchcock‘s filmography reads like an all-time best of list: Psycho, Rear Window, Vertigo, North by Northwest, Notorious, The Birds, it goes on and on. But out of all of Hitchcock’s movies, only one received the Academy Award...

Classic Movies: REBECCA (1940) - Criterion Collection

Entertainment / Film : The Entertainment Factor

> Product Description: Romance becomes psychodrama in Alfred Hitchcock's elegantly crafted Rebecca, his first foray into Hollywood filmmaking. A dreamlike... For more, visit our blog !

DreamWorks & Working Title Remaking Alfred Hitchcock's 'Rebecca'

Entertainment / Film : First Showing

Expect the unexpected - time for an Alfred Hitchcock remake. And oh so perfectly timed with the Oscars coming up, as Hitchcock's 1940 romantic mystery Rebecca is the only one of his films to actually win Best Picture, oddly enough. ...


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