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    Spellbound (United Artists,1954). Italian Post-War Release 2 - Folio (39" X 55"). Set in a mental hospital, this unsettling Hitchcock thriller stars Gregory Peck as Ballantine, a disturbed amnesiac doctor who may also be a vicious murderer. Ingrid Bergman plays Dr. Constance Peterson, who believes in Ballantine's innocence, in the first of three films she did with Hitchcock. Also wonderful in supporting roles are Leo G. Carroll and Rhonda Fleming. The eerie dream sequences were designed by the surrealist Salvador Dali. This Italian 2-Folio, dated 1954, with magnificent artwork by Anselmo Ballester, has light edge wear, small edge tears and small crossfold separations. These minor issues do not detract from this outstanding image of the two stars. Very Fine+.

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    November, 2008
    7th-8th Friday-Saturday
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