Alfred Hitchcock's follow-up to the Oscar®-winning REBECCA once again sees Joan Fontaine marrying impetuously and coming to regret it. This time, it's to charming playboy Cary Grant. Rumors of her husband's gambling debts and a bad real estate deal cause Fontaine concern, and when one of his friends turns up dead, she worries she could be next. Best Actress Oscar® for Fontaine, with many theorizing it was payback for the one she didn't win for REBECCA. The production is notorious for the meddling of RKO Radio Pictures studio — it was not the ending Hitchcock wanted, nor the one Grant, seeking to shake up his light comedy image, signed on for. DIR Alfred Hitchcock; SCR Samson Raphaelson, Joan Harrison, Alma Reville, from the novel "Before the Fact" by Anthony Berkeley; PROD Harry E. Edington. U.S., 1941, b&w, 99 min. NOT RATED
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