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Rebecca review Product Description

Rebecca movie was released Nov 20, 2001 by the Criterion Collection studio. REBECCA is Alfred Hitchcock's gothic romance about an innocent and sweet young woman who marries a wealthy gentleman and soon begins to fear that she cannot erase the memories of his first wife, Rebecca. Goaded on by a malevolent housekeeper, the woman attempts to re-create Rebecca's every move, with disastrous results. But gradually the truth about the mysterious Rebecca emerges--a truth that will forever change the woman's perspective on life and love.   ...See Full Description

Rebecca movie Customer Reviews

Average Rating:5 stars
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A Favorite Movie
I was so excited to be able to get the original movie of Rebecca that I invited a friend over to hjave lunch and see it. We loved the movie and spent a wonderful afternoon. The actors are perfect for their parts and the scenes were great. It is very well done.
By babsgo (Tavares Florida, USA) Verified Buyer
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cant go wrong with hitchcock
awesome movie!
By pokeypoo (Taos,NM,USA) Verified Buyer
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A classic
I have searched for this movie for years.Im so glad to see it out on DVD. My favorite all time movie.
By PatP (Detroit ,Michigan)
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Superb directing by Hitchcock and acting by Fontaine!
I never tire of this excellent example of Hitchcock's dramatic directing. Every shot is a creative masterpiece. Joan Fontaine's awkward, fearful, & unnamed character develops into a mature, beautiful woman as she eventually learns the truth about her husband's mysterious past with Rebecca, his deceased wife. Joan's acting craft as the new Mrs. DeWinter is fantastic during the entire film, but I especially recall the scene where she joyfully descends the stairs in a beautiful gown to please her Maxim, only to be rebuffed by an angry outburst caused by his disturbing memories. As her face falls, Hitchcock subtly moves the camera down to reflect her painful emotion. Every nuance of Joan's thoughts is revealed on her face throughout the film. Judith Anderson successfully portrays the hauntingly bitter servant of the Manderly mansion and defender of the late Mrs. DeWinter.
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A Vintage Must!
This is one of my all time favorites. A must whenever it's on tv. From Oliviers smoothness and private self torture to Fontaines understated beauty and frustration to the maid, Mrs. Danvers, played by Judith Anderson with sheer absolute obsession, this is one movie that has had so much influence on those that have come after in this genre (see a particularly funny episode of the Carol Burnett show for their homage). From the beginning (a bright happy vacation setting that slowly and prophetically changes to a mire of dark and deceit)Rebeccas journey of self doubt and ultimate redemption grabs you and keeps you glued. OK, so now that I've told you my "snobby" review..... It's better than most if not all of the more modern mysteries around today. Twists, turns, a wicked obsessed maid, a romance, a ghost, locked rooms, a masquerade ball, it has everything you need for a good viewing of a vintage black and white film. Not one of those short, quicky films, a great sit down and enjoy it film. Karen
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Rebecca video Product Details

CD Universe Part number2216532
StudioCriterion Collection
Orig Year1940
DVD EncodingRegion 1
Catalog number1576
Release DateNov 20, 2001
RatingNot Rated
Running Time130 Minutes
Movie DetailsB&W; Mono Sound; Digitally Re-Mastered; Criterion Collection

Rebecca DVD Features

DVD Features: Region 1 Keep Case Two-Disc Set Full Frame - 1.33 Single Side - Dual Layer Audio: Mono - English Additional Release Material: Radio Broadcasts - 1. REBECCA (1938 Campbell Playhouse Adaptation Featuring Orson Welles) 2. REBECCA (1941 Version Featuring Ronald Coleman and Ida Lupino) 3. REBECCA (1950 Version Featuring Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh) Audio Commentary - 1. Leonard J. Jeff-Film Historian and Author Trailers - 1. Re-issue Trailer Makeup Tests Hair Tests Costume Tests Phone Interviews - 1. Joan Fontaine-Star 2. Dame Judith Anderson-Star Bonus Footage - 1. 1940 Academy Awards Text/Photo Galleries: Production Stills Set Photos Wardrobe Continuity Photos Ads Posters Lobby Cards Promotional Memorabilia Illustrated Essay - 1. Daphne de Maurier-Source Material Author Interview Excerpt - 1. Alfred Hitchcock-Director by Francois Truffaut-Film Director Liner Notes - Robin Wood-Film Historian and Author Production Correspondence Casting Notes Script Excerpt - 1. Deleted Scene Test Screening Questionnaire

Rebecca Awards

Best Cinematography, Academy Awards, 1940 -  George Barnes
Best Picture, Academy Awards, 1940
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