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    Spellbound (United Artists, 1945). One Sheet (27" X 41").
    Alfred Hitchcock's spellbinding tale features Gregory Peck as the newly appointed (but too young) director of a ritzy mental asylum. Peck proves to be incompetent in his role, raising the suspicion of one of the doctors on staff (Ingrid Bergman). Although Bergman suspects Peck could be a highly disturbed amnesiac who murdered the real director, things are complicated by her romantic feelings toward him. Surrealist Salvador Dali lends his talents to the remarkable dream sequences in the film, adding just the right touch to a movie set in a mental institution. With its haunting image of Peck embracing Bergman while clutching a straight razor, all against an ominous black background, this one sheet is a fan favorite. The piece is in remarkable condition, showing only light fold wear. The linen has been trimmed to the borders. Very Fine+ on Linen.




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    November, 2012
    29th-30th Thursday-Friday
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