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Stage Fright(1950)

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  • Excellent

    • hitchpleasure
    • 9/9/13

    Loved the actors,esp Richard Todd.Sad how he ends up.

  • Stage Fright

    • Mary Jo
    • 9/8/13

    I love this movie but as many times as I have seen the majority of it I have never seen the end and I agree with one persons review I read that this was one of the best acting jobs Whyman has ever done. Can anyone let me in on how it ends?

  • Awesome Marlene Dietrich

    • Gail Patterson
    • 9/2/13

    This movie is an awesome one and I am so surprised not to have it available on TCM with others especially with Alfred Hitchcock as director and Jane Wyman starring in it also....why hasn't anyone else made notice of this filmnot on dvd or blu ray yet? I keep looking for it and all I can do is wait for it on TCM and keep it in my recorded files. But I am a big fan of it and would love a copy of the film.

  • Wyman's film...

    • RedRain
    • 3/8/13

    I have never cared for Jane Wyman's acting but she is exceptional in this role. I now believe she was miscast in so many of her other films or, alternatively, she simply didn't have a director as good as Hitchcock. It is interesting to note that this is an all-British cast but the two stars, Wyman and Dietrich, are not British and that's a bit strange. Hitchcock does juxtapose the two ladies against one another and it is effective. The real acting in this film is done by the great Richard Todd. The use of light and shadow whenever he is on the screen serves to heighten the suspense of his villainy. Then again, that was also part of Hitchcock's genius. This is simply one of those "little" films that holds your interest and is good for passing some time.

  • A Great Film

    • Sony Cherian
    • 8/6/07

    This is a very underrated film. It is one of the first Hitchcock films that foreshadowed thrillers like North by Northwest, Vertigo, Marnie, and Psycho.Performances were great. Michael Wilding, Alistair Sim, and Jane Wyman did a great job playing their roles.This is Patricia Hitchcock's first thriller with her father Alfred Hitchcock.I also consider this film as a fun film, because this film also has some fun scenes like Oridnary Smith, and Duck Shooting.

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