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    Suspicion (RKO, 1941). Lobby Card (11" X 14").
    Suspicion marked the first pairing of director Alfred Hitchcock and Cary Grant, and the second time since Gunga Din (1939) that Grant had worked with Joan Fontaine. Cary Grant is the gold digger and Joan Fontaine is the wealthy heiress who loves him, until she comes to believe that he's going to kill her for the inheritance. Fontaine won an Oscar for her performance (the only acting Oscar ever for a Hitchcock film) and Grant is surprisingly effective as the scoundrel. SUSPICION lives up to its title's promise, as a powerful psychological web is woven from fear, paranoia and uncertainty. A lovely lobby card with both stars, it has minimal damage with pinholes in the center image area, bottom and top borders. Any paper on this title is difficult to find, don't miss out on the opportunity to own this great card! Very Fine-.


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    March, 2010
    19th-20th Friday-Saturday
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