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1000 Frames of Rebecca - frame 342

This is my favorite book AND one of my favorite movies. The movie won the 1940 Oscar and is awesome. So there. I was obsessed with it in 5th grade. I was an odd child I know... and by odd I mean Bad ass    Rebecca

Rebecca (1940)

"Rebecca", 1940 with Laurence Olivier & Joan Fontaine, written by Daphne Du Maurier, directed by Alfred Hichcock

Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca: rows, rivalries and a movie classic

Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca: rows, rivalries and a movie classic

Rebecca is one of my all-time favorite books by Daphne Du Maurier.  Hitchcock's version of the book is very near exact and his recreation of the elusive Rebecca's private bedroom has always fascinated me.  If I had insane wealth I would likely try to recreate the estate known as Manderley with fireplaces big enough to stand in and THIS would be MY room!

Judith Anderson and Joan Fontaine in Rebecca directed by Alfred Hitchcock, 1940

-Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca. Probably my favorite Hitchcock film. Laurence Olivier is one of my favorites and Joan Fontaine gives a great preformance.

"Rebecca" Alfred Hitchcock's first Hollywood film - More Selznick than Hitchcock, but it's in my top five favorite Hitchcock films

Rebecca, a Halloween must watch classic

Rétrospective Hitchcock : Rebecca (1940)

Joan Fontaine and Judith Anderson, as Mrs. DeWinters and Mrs. Danvers, in "Rebecca" (Alfred Hitchcock film).

Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier ~ Newly married, beautiful castle, murder mystery...I loved it from page one.

Rebecca (1940)

Rebecca ~ For his first American film (which later went on to win the Best Picture Oscar), Alfred Hitchcock was hired by producer David O. Selznick to adapt Daphne du Maurier's haunting novel.