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Rebecca

(1940) Not Yet Rated 130min.
 
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Based on the novel by Daphne du Maurier, the classic psychological thriller Rebecca was Alfred Hitchcock's first American film. Joan Fontaine plays the unnamed narrator, a young woman who works as a companion to the well-to-do Mrs. Read More
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Maxim de Winter
Mrs. de Winter
Jack Favell
Mrs. Danvers
Maj. Giles Lacey
Frank Crowley
Col. Julyan
Beatrice Lacy
Mrs. Van Hopper
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April 07, 2010
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This movie is particularly moving. Trying to live up to her husbands deceased wife's shadow begins to wear on Rebbeca (including a scene where [so despreate to please her husband] dresses up in one of his old wives costumes and he casts her out, also he is accused of murdering his first wife [which he did]) but in the end her husband only did the aformentioned things because he HATED his

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