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Suspicion

Suspicion(1941)

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Brief Synopsis

A wealthy wallflower suspects her penniless playboy husband of murder.

Cast & Crew

Cary Grant Johnnie [Aysgarth]
Joan Fontaine Lina [McLaidlaw]
Sir Cedric Hardwicke General McLaidlaw
Nigel Bruce [Gordon Cochran] Beaky [Thwaite]
Dame May Whitty Mrs. Laidlaw
Isabel Jeans Mrs. Newsham
Heather Angel Ethel, maid
Auriol Lee Isobel Sedbusk
Reginald Sheffield Reggie Wetherby
Leo G. Carroll Captain [George] Melbeck
Alfred Hitchcock Man mailing a letter
Maureen Roden-Ryan Winnie, maid
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  Los Angeles opening: 20 Jan 1942
Release Date:  1941 Production Date:  AFI; AFI-lib; Pat; Karl
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.
Sound:  Mono (RCA Sound System) Production Co:  RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.
Duration(mins):  99 or 102 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  8,950    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Not So Hot

    Anne 2016-05-11

    Yeah, you should never marry a man who doesn't like to work. Not well thought out -- by Hitch or "Lina". "Johnny" should have... MORE>

  • full of holes and lovely to look at

    newmexican 2016-05-10

    I have never understood what anyone sees/saw in Joan Fontaine. Her specialty seemed to be a vacant stare and occasional nasal whining, all meant to convey... MORE>

  • A feast for the eyes

    Don Letta 2013-12-29

    The person who should have won an Academy Award is the Art Director. I've never seen a film as luminous as this. Looking at it is like being in a... MORE>