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    Rebecca (United Artists, 1940). Insert (14" X 36").
    This is director Alfred Hitchcock's first American film, having been lured to the States by mercurial producer David O. Selznick. The British director already had a reputation for making suspenseful pictures, making him the logical choice for Selznick to hire to direct Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, and Judith Anderson. A rocky relationship developed between Hitch and Selznick. but that did nothing to hamper the movie's success (it was nominated for nine Oscars, winning for Best Picture and Best Cinematography), or hinder Hitch's transition to Hollywood. This insert has edge wear, tears in the top and bottom borders and two in the left border that extend into the image, a small scuff and smudge in the image, smudge on the top left corner, light dust shadow at the top right corner, and an extra crease at the top. Folded, Fine.


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