Suspicion: Directed by Alfred Hitchcock. With Cary Grant, Joan Fontaine, Cedric Hardwicke, Nigel Bruce. A shy young heiress marries a charming gentleman, and soon begins to suspect he is planning to murder her.
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Cast. Cary Grant as Johnnie Aysgarth. Joan Fontaine as Lina McLaidlaw Aysgarth. Nigel Bruce as Gordon Cochrane 'Beaky' Thwaite. Sir Cedric Hardwicke as General McLaidlaw. Dame May Whitty as Mrs. Martha McLaidlaw. Isabel Jeans as Mrs. Helen Newsham, Johnnie's friend. Heather Angel as Ethel, ...
Summaries. A shy young heiress marries a charming gentleman, and soon begins to suspect he is planning to murder her. — alfiehitchie. Johnnie Aysgarth is a handsome gambler who seems to live by borrowing money from friends. He meets shy Lina McLaidlaw on a train while trying to travel in a first class car with a third class ticket.
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Plenty of suspenseful scenes in an early Hitchcock romance drama. Alfred Hitchcock's suspense thriller Suspicion (1941) is equally as compelling as a romance drama, though not as masterfully directed as his later works. Suspicion takes Francis Iles' novel Before the Fact and turns into a gripping piece of suspense filmmaking.
Nervous Lina (Joan Fontaine) is delighted to find Beaky (Nigel Bruce) still alive, fussing about the house with her dilettante husband Johnny (Cary Grant) in Alfred Hitchcock's Suspicion, 1941. Trailer. Suspicion - (Re-issue Trailer)A wealthy wallflower (Joan Fontaine) suspects her penniless playboy husband (Cary Grant) of murder in Suspicion(1942), directed by Alfred Hitchcock.
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- Cary Grant
Mar 13, 2015 · This week, Hitchcock takes a step back from the comedy of Mr. & Mrs. Smith and heads for the safer harbour of romantic melodrama, with the very Rebecca -like and Joan Fontaine-starring RKO marriage tale…. Suspicion.