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Classic Movie Of The Week: Rebecca (1940)

Starring: Joan Fontaine, Laurence Olivier, Director: Alfred Hitchcock A naive girl finds she's bitten off more than she can chew when she marries a man whose previous wife died under mysterious circumstances. It seems that no one can forget the beautiful Rebecca... One of Hitchcock's best and his first Hollywood film, watch below for the… Continue reading Classic Movie Of The Week: Rebecca (1940)

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Classic Movie Of The Week: Letter From An Unknown Woman (1948)

Starring: Joan Fontaine, Louis Jourdan, Mady Christians Director: Max Ophuls Vienna 1900, a young girl (Joan Fontaine) falls in love with an older man when she hears his beautiful music, but while the course of her life is changed forever by her love, he will barely know she's alive. The film opens with Stefan (Louis… Continue reading Classic Movie Of The Week: Letter From An Unknown Woman (1948)

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Classic Movie Of The Week: Gunga Din (1939)

Starring: Cary Grant, Douglas Fairbanks Jr, Victor McLaglen, Sam Jaffe, Joan Fontaine Director: George Stevens Based very loosely on work by Rudyard Kipling, Gunga Din is the story of three soldiers who go on one last adventure before one of them will be leaving the British Army in India to get married. They wind up… Continue reading Classic Movie Of The Week: Gunga Din (1939)

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Classic Movie Of The Week: The Bigamist (1953)

Starring: Edmond O'Brien, Joan Fontaine, Ida Lupino Director: Ida Lupino When a man tries to adopt a child with his wife, the agency looks into his life and finds that he has actually been living two lives with two different wives. When confronted, he tells is his story about how is all happened in flashback.… Continue reading Classic Movie Of The Week: The Bigamist (1953)

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Classic Movie Of The Week: The Women (1939)

Starring: Norma Shearer, Joan Crawford, Rosalind Russell, Mary Boland, Paulette Goddard, Joan Fontaine Director: George Cukor An unusual film, The Women was adapted for the screen from the Clare Luce Boothe play, and has 130 speaking roles, all of whom are women. In fact, almost all of the portraits on the sets show women and… Continue reading Classic Movie Of The Week: The Women (1939)