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Spellbound (1945)
Starring: Ingrid Bergman, Gregory Peck, Leo G. Carroll, Michael Chekhov, John Emery, Rhonda Fleming, Wallace Ford, Regis Tooney
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Category: Suspense / Thriller, Classic
Studio: Anchor Bay
111 mins



Spellbound was nominated for six Academy Awards and won the Oscar for its original score. Based on Francis Bleeding's novel "The House of Dr. Edwardes," it is one of Hitchcock's finest films, full of classic plot twists and featuring a riveting dream sequence by Salvador Dali.
Dr. Murchison has retired from his position as head of the Green manors Mental Asylum, and his replacement, the famous psychiatrist Dr. Edwards (Gregory Peck), finds himself attracted to the beautiful, but cold, Constance Petersen (Ingrid Bergman). However, Dr. Petersen soon realizes that he is a paranoid amnesiac impostor and tries to cure him while attempting to solve the mystery of what happened to the real Dr. Edwards.


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