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Shadow of a Doubt
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Shadow of a Doubt 1943

In trademark style, master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock directs this taut and chilling tale about Charlie (Teresa Wright), a small-town girl consumed with finding out whether her unhinged Uncle (Joseph Cotten) is a serial killer or not. The arrival of detectives and a suspicious neighbor (Hume Cronyn) only increase Charlie's paranoia. But tension builds as she draws closer to the truth, culminating in a nail-biting scene aboard a speeding train.

Release Date:August 16th, 1943
Running Time:108 minutes
Directed By:
Alfred HitchcockAlfred Hitchcock
No image existsTeresa Wright
No image existsJoseph Cotten
No image existsMacdonald Carey
No image existsHenry Travers
No image existsPatricia Collinge
No image existsHume Cronyn
No image existsWallace Ford
No image existsIrving Bacon
No image existsClarence Muse
No image existsJanet Shaw

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Shadow of a Doubt Movie Review by Jarrod (4/16/2008)

'Shadow of a Doubt' was said to be Hitchcock's favorite movie, which I suppose doesn't mean he regarded it as his best, because it isn't, but it does stand, along with Notorious, as probably his best film from the 1940s; his greatest string of classics would come in the 1950s and end with Psycho in 1960, but this sequence...

(complete Shadow of a Doubt review by Jarrod)

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