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Spellbound 1945

From Amazon: Won Oscar (1946). Another 1 win & 5 nominations (read more)

Directed By:
Alfred HitchcockAlfred Hitchcock
Written By:
No image existsBen Hecht
Ingrid BergmanIngrid Bergman
Gregory PeckGregory Peck
No image existsLeo G. Carroll
No image existsWallace Ford
No image existsRhonda Fleming
No image existsRegis Toomey
No image existsMichael Chekhov
No image existsMichael Chekhov

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Spellbound Movie Review by Jarrod (7/26/2010)

“Spellbound' is heavily reliant on the theories of psychoanalysis, or rather the Freudian aspects of psychoanalysis, which are discussed and debated mostly by those who agree with them; a modern audience may well find the whole plot absurd and implausible, as I did, but they could still admire Hitchcock's usual...

(complete Spellbound review by Jarrod)

Spellbound Movie Review by Movie Addict (3/20/2010)

Ingrid Bergman did three movies in 1945. She was recognized by the New York Film Critics for this film and the ever enjoyable Bells of St. Mary's. This film was nominated for six Oscars, winning for the music. Bergman got her Oscar nomination for The Bell's of St. Mary's. Unfortunately, Hitchcock and the picture lost out...

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