Alfred Hitchcock, Rebecca, 1940 (detail); photo: courtesy Photofest
Film

Rebecca

Part of Modern Cinema: Haunted!

Phyllis Wattis Theater, Floor 1

$10 Members

$12 General

Introduced by Paula Heaney, librarian at the San Francisco Public Library

A widower’s new wife is tormented by the oppressive memory of the former wife and resentful housekeeper in Rebecca, the faithful adaptation of Daphne du Maurier’s 1938 gothic novel. Winner of the 1940 Academy Award for Best Picture, Rebecca was also Alfred Hitchcock’s first American film.

Print Source: British Film Archive


Film Details

Director: Alfred Hitchcock

Year: 1940

Running time: 130 minutes

Country: United States

Format: 35mm

Rights: Swank Motion Pictures


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