Wrong Men & Notorious Women: Five Hitchcock Thrillers

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Five thrillers from Alfred Hitchcock get the Criterion Collection's special treatment in this magnificent box set. Culled from the filmmaker's early career, these films already show the keen insight into psychology and film language that eventually earned Hitchcock the "Master of Suspense" title. The 39 Steps 1935, a prototypical "wrong man" thriller, finds Robert Donat enmeshed in a conspiracy that sends him racing across the Scottish ...
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Tony Nigro
Five thrillers from Alfred Hitchcock get the Criterion Collection's special treatment in this magnificent box set. Culled from the filmmaker's early career, these films already show the keen insight into psychology and film language that eventually earned Hitchcock the "Master of Suspense" title. The 39 Steps 1935, a prototypical "wrong man" thriller, finds Robert Donat enmeshed in a conspiracy that sends him racing across the Scottish moors. In The Lady Vanishes 1938, which could be called a "wrong woman" thriller, the disappearance of an old woman Dame May Whitty on a train puts another woman at the center of a fine mystery. Hitchcock's adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's Rebecca 1940, also the director's first collaboration with producer David O. Selznick, won well-deserved Best Picture and Best Cinematography Academy Awards. The taut ghost story is pure Hitchcock suspense, through-and-through. The film is presented here in a double-DVD set that features an unprecedented amount of bonus features. Gregory Peck and Ingrid Bergman shine in Spellbound 1945, Hitchcock's thriller about identity and psychoanalysis that features an outstanding dream sequence designed by Salvador Dalí. Finally, in Notorious 1946, Hitchcock constructs a mystifying love triangle involving an American agent Cary Grant, the spy under his employ Bergman again, and the Nazi she is spying on Claude Rains. Tremendous performances only make Ben Hecht's wonderful script that much more sublime, and the film rounds out this exceptional collection in the most perfect of ways. The DVDs all feature a wealth of extras, including audio commentaries by Hitch historians and much more.
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  • Release Date: 5/13/2003
  • UPC: 037429178324
  • Source: Criterion
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Presentation: Black & White
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Mono
  • Language: English
  • Time: 8:46:00
  • Format: DVD

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Scene Index

Side #1 -- The 39 Steps
1. Opening Credits/Mr. Memory [7:19]
2. Annabella Smith [10:16]
3. Tales About Murderers and Foreigners [2:25]
4. "Very Good at Charades" [7:52]
5. The Crofter and His Wife [8:45]
6. Alt-Na-Shellach [8:15]
7. Hymns That Have Helped Me [2:33]
8. Difficult Man to Follow [6:50]
9. Flock of Detectives [4:48]
10. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hopkinson [10:30]
11. Escape [8:24]
12. "What Are the 39 Steps?" [8:26]
1. Introduction/Hitchcockian Gestures [7:19]
2. Shot-Reverse Shot/Knowledge [10:16]
3. Drafted by Hitchcock's Camera [2:25]
4. Fantasies About Murder/The Camera's Gaze [7:52]
5. Vacancy/Margaret's Dreams and Entrapment [8:45]
6. Anticipating North by Northwest, Hands, and Power [8:15]
7. The Cost of Freedom/Acting [2:33]
8. A Perfect Film Actor [6:50]
9. Theatrical Marriage [4:48]
10. Comedy of Marriage/Bedtime Story [10:30]
11. Pamela's Transformation [8:24]
12. The World of a Hitchcock Film [8:26]
1. Opening Credits [:54]
2. Hitchcock's Early Training [1:34]
3. Young and Innocent, 1937 [3:11]
4. The Lodger, 1926 [1:13]
5. Blackmail, 1929 [3:14]
6. Miscellaneous Melodramas [1:15]
7. The Man Who Knew Too Much, 1934 [3:13]
8. Cameos and Sabotage, 1936 [3:08]
9. The Lady Vanishes, 1938 [3:33]
10. The 39 Steps, 1935 [7:36]
1. Introduction by Cecil B. DeMille [3:46]
2. Mr. Memory [3:29]
3. Annabella Smith [5:52]
4. Hannay Is Missing [4:46]
5. Commercial Break [1:30]
6. Kinreach [5:16]
7. Hitchhiking and Escape [6:37]
8. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hawkinson [3:20]
9. King's Head Tavern [2:54]
10. Intermission Guest: Major C.E. Russell [6:45]
11. Change of Heart [2:12]
12. "To the Palladium!" [7:40]
13. Mr. DeMille Chats With Mr. Montgomery and Miss Lupino [5:35]
Side #2 -- The Lady Vanishes
1. Logos/Opening Titles [:06]
2. The Hotel [3:23]
3. The Guests [2:36]
4. Sleeping Arrangements [2:05]
5. Iris and Company [2:27]
6. "What's Happening to England?" [1:52]
7. Dining With Miss Froy [2:46]
8. Goodnights and McGuffins [2:23]
9. Gilbert's Music [3:07]
10. Gilbert and Iris Meet [2:59]
11. Music and Murder [:55]
12. A Slightly Sunburnt Offering [2:19]
13. Iris and Miss Froy [1:42]
14. "Froy - It Rhymes With Joy" [3:43]
15. "There Has Been No English Lady Here" [2:32]
16. "Never Desert a Lady in Trouble" [1:16]
17. A More Complicated Case [2:02]
18. There Is No Miss Froy [3:53]
19. A Most Fascinating Complicatin [3:17]
20. "It Isn't Her!" [2:56]
21. "You're Always Seeing Things" [3:36]
22. A Million Mexicans Drink It [1:54]
23. The Vanishing Lady [4:55]
24. "Kick Him - See if He's Got a False Bottom!" [3:25]
25. Something Wrong About the Nun [3:22]
26. "To Your Health" [3:15]
27. "The Operation Will Not Be Successful" [2:11]
28. "You Haven't Been Drugged" [2:20]
29. The Tables Turned [3:15]
30. Diverted [1:50]
31. "Things Like This Just Don't Happen" [2:36]
32. "We'll Never Get to the Match Now" [3:01]
33. A Message to the Foreign Office [2:24]
34. "We Must Get This Train Going" [5:17]
35. Home, and Unfinished Business [2:48]
36. End Credits [:32]
1. Introduction [:06]
2. Music and Model Shots [3:23]
3. Comedy's Role [2:36]
4. Lady's Influence on Other Movies [2:05]
5. Hitchcock and the Censors [2:27]
6. Origins [1:52]
7. Radford, Wayne, and Whitty [2:46]
8. Music and the McGuffin [2:23]
9. Hitchcock's Leading Men [3:07]
10. Redgrave's First Day of Shooting [2:59]
11. Borrowing From Hitchcock [:55]
12. Plot Mysteries [2:19]
13. Hitchcock and Confined Settings [1:42]
14. The Conjuring Trick [3:43]
15. Hitchcock's Heroes [2:32]
16. Redgrave as a Hitchcock Hero [1:16]
17. Clues in the Dialogue [2:02]
18. Parallels With the Book [3:53]
19. War Era Politics [3:17]
20. Hitchcock's Themes [2:56]
21. The Nature of Suspense [3:36]
22. Hitchcock's Sleight-of-Hand Revealed [1:54]
23. Screwball Comedy [4:55]
24. Redgrave's Difficulties With Hitchcock [3:25]
25. Redgrave's Career [3:22]
26. Oversized Props [3:15]
27. Launder and Gilliat's Careers [2:11]
28. Hitchcock and Religion [2:20]
29. Changes to the Original Ending [3:15]
30. Political Symbolism [1:50]
31. Adolescent Humor [2:36]
32. Hitchcock on Nuns [3:01]
33. Cast Careers After the Film [2:24]
34. The Original Vanishing Lady [5:17]
35. Loose Ends Tied Up [2:48]
36. Press Reception in America [:32]
Side #3 -- Rebecca, Disc 1
1. Remembering Manderley [3:42]
2. First Impressions [4:09]
3. Romance Blooms [5:30]
4. Maxim's Wishes [4:58]
5. Reservations [2:23]
6. "Marry Me, You Little Fool!" [7:35]
7. Returning Home [6:39]
8. Getting Acquainted [4:06]
9. R [2:38]
10. "Wretched Nuisances" [5:18]
11. Rope for Jasper [4:34]
12. "Not Entirely in Tune" [4:03]
13. Repairing Damage [6:35]
14. "A Lonely, Old Bachelor" [2:19]
15. Raising the Dead [1:57]
16. "I'm Mrs. De Winter Now!" [6:41]
17. Recommended Attire [3:02]
18. "You Couldn't Compare" [5:01]
19. Rebecca's Legacy [3:12]
20. Confession [7:02]
21. Repeat Performances [8:52]
22. "Believe What You Like" [4:19]
23. Rocking the Boat [4:34]
24. Blackmail [4:14]
25. Reason for Suicide [7:19]
26. A Bad Feeling [6:08]
27. Color Bars [3:34]
1. "Terrible Title"/Ruthless Adaptations [3:42]
2. Compelling Introductions/Train Plans [4:09]
3. Clumsy Heroine/"I" Problems [5:30]
4. Traditional Romance/Love of Shock [4:58]
5. Rear Projection [2:23]
6. "Sexual Wit"/Strong Woman [7:35]
7. Isolation/A Riveting Presence [6:39]
8. Pacing [4:06]
9. "Terror of the Commonplace" [2:38]
10. Accented Rivalry/Good Showmanship [5:18]
11. Battle for Control/Franz Waxman [4:34]
12. Invisible Style [4:03]
13. Surprise and Suspense/Reptile and Prey [6:35]
14. Mothers/Debonair Yet Dubious [2:19]
15. A Selznick-Hitchcock Production [1:57]
16. "Big Heads"/Brit Hitch [6:41]
17. Production Code Concessions [3:02]
18. Camera Movement [5:01]
19. Varying Truths/Cinematic Romance [3:12]
20. Audience Experience/Haunting Power [7:02]
21. Creating Atmosphere/Doubles [8:52]
22. "A Completely British Picture" [4:19]
23. The Real Hitchcock [4:34]
24. Class Differences [4:14]
25. Breaking From the Bestseller [7:19]
26. Selznick Edits/Hitchcockian Ambiguity [6:08]
27. Color Bars [3:34]
Side #4 -- Rebecca, Disc 2
1. Introduction [6:51]
2. Manderley [1:06]
3. Maxim De Winter [6:15]
4. Maxim's Proposal [4:02]
5. An Important Message [1:35]
6. Arrival at Manderley [5:17]
7. The Cottage [6:06]
8. "The Real Mrs. De Winter" [4:03]
9. A Message From Edwin C. Hill [2:29]
10. An Important Discovery [3:46]
11. Maxim's Confession [5:46]
12. "Manderley Is Burning" [3:26]
13. A Campbell's Reminder [1:27]
14. Curtain Call; Daphne Du Maurier [7:38]
1. Introduction [:56]
2. Dreams of Manderley [1:53]
3. Maxim & Monte Carlo [2:00]
4. Courtship [7:30]
5. The House & Mrs. Danvers [4:07]
6. "He's Looking for Her!" [3:13]
7. A Lux Flakes Offer [2:31]
8. Mysteries of Rebecca [5:14]
9. "Why Don't You Jump?" [4:39]
10. Mysteries Explained [7:06]
11. Intermission & Station ID [2:49]
12. Justice [7:37]
13. Manderley in Flames [2:18]
14. Curtain Call With DOS [6:57]
1. Introduction [1:59]
2. Manderley [2:08]
3. Maxim De Winter [2:08]
4. Wanted Company [7:47]
5. "This Is Mrs. Danvers" [2:49]
6. R [4:31]
7. Intermission With Libby Collins [2:08]
8. Memories of Rebecca [7:23]
9. The Boat & the Body [3:24]
10. The Truth About Rebecca [9:18]
11. Barbara Rush, Fresh New Talent [2:29]
12. Questions & Propositions [7:36]
13. "Manderley Is No More" [2:41]
14. Curtain Call [4:07]
Side #5 -- Spellbound
1. Overture [4:16]
2. Behind Locked Doors [5:19]
3. The New Chief [7:15]
4. Guilt Complex [3:53]
5. "Mogo on the Gogo" [2:53]
6. Breaking Through [6:46]
7. From A.E. to J.B. [7:05]
8. Diagnosis: Murder [5:12]
9. Pittsburgh in Manhattan [5:11]
10. Childhood Recollections [6:09]
11. Two Tickets [6:53]
12. On Honeymoon [5:45]
13. Progress [3:48]
14. White, White! White! [5:06]
15. The Mind vs. the Heart [6:53]
16. "A Lot of Hooey" [4:19]
17. All That We See or Seem... [2:33]
18. Revelations [6:56]
19. Slalom [2:48]
20. A Flood of Memories [3:27]
21. "The Evidence Was Definite" [5:08]
22. The Angry Proprieter [6:54]
23. Final Boarding/Exit Music [3:29]
1. Beautiful, Yet Difficult [4:16]
2. Fragmented Mind/Being Watched [5:19]
3. Authorship/Hitchcockian Lines [7:15]
4. Interpretations/Gripped by Fantasy [3:53]
5. Two Views About Love [2:53]
6. Open to Emotion/Predatory Aspect [6:46]
7. Dislocation/Mystery of Identity [7:05]
8. Keen Powers/Cogent Prediction [5:12]
9. Dramatic Turn/Successful Performance [5:11]
10. A Labyrinth/Logical Interpretation [6:09]
11. Effectively Lost [6:53]
12. New Script/Consummate Actor [5:45]
13. Clean Slate [3:48]
14. Potential for Harm [5:06]
15. Far From Clueless [6:53]
16. Ground Rules for Treatment [4:19]
17. The Other Author [2:33]
18. Repressed Script/Fantasy vs. Reality [6:56]
19. A Menacing Monster [2:48]
20. Interpretations & Denial [3:27]
21. Bad Theraputic Advice [5:08]
22. Confrontation of Authorship [6:54]
23. Masked Resolutions/Ambivalence [3:29]
1. Introduction With William Keighley [2:00]
2. The New Chief of Staff [6:09]
3. "Not Our Dr. Edwardes" [8:32]
4. Diamonds of Lux [1:46]
5. Reliving a Mystery [6:29]
6. A Schizophrenic or a Valentine? [11:16]
7. Dorothy Blair, Universal Publicist [2:24]
8. Gabriel Valley [5:32]
9. Evidence for an Agile Mind [9:00]
10. Curtain Call With Cotton & Valli [6:39]
Side #6 -- Notorious
1. 3:20 pm, April 24, 1946 [3:01]
2. Marked Woman [1:38]
3. Love Song [2:27]
4. Drunken Driving [3:34]
5. Daughter of a Traitor [5:45]
6. "A Curious Feeling" [2:19]
7. Daydreams [2:54]
8. "A Very Strange Love Affair" [4:22]
9. Not That Type of Woman [1:43]
10. Mata Hari [5:26]
11. Sebastian [5:32]
12. Undercover [5:14]
13. Emil's Dessert [2:26]
14. Win. Place. Show. [4:29]
15. "First, Last, and Always Not a Lady" [4:13]
16. Behind Closed Doors [4:13]
17. Unica [3:07]
18. The Party [5:06]
19. Wine Cellar [4:40]
20. Suspicion [4:46]
21. "Married to an American Agent" [3:02]
22. Alicia's Weakness [5:14]
23. House Arrest [5:11]
24. A Social Call [7:20]
25. "No Room, Sebastian" [4:03]
26. Color Bars [:20]
1. Self-Referential [3:01]
2. Figure of Mystery [1:38]
3. Romantic Dreams/Battle for Control [2:27]
4. Contest/Masks [3:34]
5. Topsy-Turvy [5:45]
6. Tied Together [2:19]
7. Faith Withheld [2:54]
8. Surrogate Screenplay/Complicated Love Story [4:22]
9. Misogyny and Emasculation [1:43]
10. World of Domesticity/Fantasy Dispelled [5:26]
11. Play-Acting/An Object of Men [5:32]
12. Jealousy/Perfect for the Part [5:14]
13. Deciding Fates [2:26]
14. False Fronts/Nature of Viewing [4:29]
15. Not a Perfect Marriage [4:13]
16. Mother and Son [4:13]
17. An Answer for Everything/Betrayal [3:07]
18. The Camera's Capacity [5:06]
19. Dead Stares/Secrets Unveiled [4:40]
20. Sealed Fate [4:46]
21. Entirely Exposed [3:02]
22. Chronicle of Demise [5:14]
23. Laced With Duplicity [5:11]
24. The Talking Cure [7:20]
25. Freedom [4:03]
26. Color Bars [:20]
1. Introduction [3:01]
2. Production Code Controversy [1:38]
3. Dead Men... and Edith Head [2:27]
4. Bergman Fervor [3:34]
5. "The Song of the Dragon" [5:45]
6. Script Development [2:19]
7. The Selznick Connection [2:54]
8. "Away From the Cliché" [4:22]
9. Popular Appeal [1:43]
10. A Devotee of Film [5:26]
11. Casting a Key Role [5:32]
12. Hitchcockian Point of View [5:14]
13. Actors Are Children [2:26]
14. Cary Grant [4:29]
15. Love vs. Duty [4:13]
16. Blending Genres [4:13]
17. Orchestrating Suspense [3:07]
18. A Key Moment [5:06]
19. The Impact of Editing [4:40]
20. Hitch's Music [4:46]
21. A Charming Villain [3:02]
22. MacGuffin [5:14]
23. Complete Breakdown [5:11]
24. Alternate Endings [7:20]
25. "The Satisfying Ending" [4:03]
26. Color Bars [:20]
1. Introduction by William Keighly [2:12]
2. Patriotism [6:51]
3. Mata Hari for Uncle Sam [6:03]
4. Fast Work on Sebastian [8:24]
5. Intermission 1; Hollywood Report [2:06]
6. Mother [4:08]
7. Lively Party With Curious Vintage [5:06]
8. "Married to an American Agent" [2:40]
9. Intermission 2; Jacqueline White [2:39]
10. Turning Tides [11:31]
11. Curtain Call [8:06]
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Side #1 -- The 39 Steps
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Side #2 -- The Lady Vanishes
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Side #3 -- Rebecca, Disc 1
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Side #4 -- Rebecca, Disc 2
   Dreams
      Dreaming of Manderley
      Picturization of a Celebrated Novel
      The Search for "I"
      "We Intend to Make Rebecca"
      Locations Search
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      Lighting, Makeup & Costume Tests
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   Fruition
      Memos From DOS
      "A Curious Slanting Hand"
      Wardrobe Stills
      Set Stills; Picture No. 110, Rebecca
      Deleted Luncheon Scene
         Memo From DOS to Hitch
         Int. Dining Room - Day
      "How Did You Like the Picture?"
   Ballyhoo
      Passion! Frustration! Mystery!
         Publicity Stills
         Posters
         Ad Slicks
         "The Most Glamorous Ghost in History"
      Re-issue Trailer
      13th Annual Academy Awards
         Play
      Hitchcock on Rebecca
      Interviews With Fontaine & Anderson
         Joan Fontaine
         Judith Anderson
   Broadcast
      Mercury Theatre, 1938
         Introduction
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      Lux Radio Theatre, 1941
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      Lux Radio Theatre, 1950
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Side #5 -- Spellbound
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   Commentary
      Commentary: On
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      Index
   Labyrinth
      Production Correspondence
         Summary of Beeding's The House of Dr. Edwardes
         Treatments
            Introduction
            Summary
            "The Mind of Dr. Edwardes"
            Angus MacPhail - 2nd Draft
            Angus MacPhail - 3rd Draft
            Ben Hecht - 1st Draft
            Ben Hecht - 2nd Draft
         Analysts
         Dr. May E. Romm, Psychiatric Advisor
         Foreword
            Dr. May E. Romm's Preface
            Revised 9/13/44
            Dummy Foreword 10/2/44
            2/1/45, Hecht Foreword Titles
            11/17/45, Dr. Menniger
         Production Code
         Audience Feedback
      Stills Gallery
         Promotion
         Publicity
         Behind-the-Scenes
         Set Stills
      A Nightmare Ordered by Telephone
      The Theremin
         Interview With Miklos Rozsa
            Play All
            Getting Involved
            The Score's Success
            Theramin or Martenot?
            The Lost Weekend
            D.O.S. Revisited
         The Fishko Files: The Theremin
         From the Ether: Theremin Resources
      Theatrical Trailer
      Lux Radio Theatre Presents...
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Side #6 -- Notorious
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   Notorious Dossier
      "The Song of the Dragon"
      Production Correspondence
      Rear Projection
      Production Stills
      Deleted Scenes Script Excerpts
         Devlin at the Courthouse
         Int. Miami Bungalow - Day
         Mme. Ortiza
         Int. Prescott's Office - Morning
         Tag Scene
      Alternate Endings Script Excerpts
      Publicity Stills
      Trailers and Teasers
         "A Notorious Woman of Affairs!"
         "Gems in Her Hair, and Ice in Her Heart"
         "Notorious! Notorious! Notorious!"
         "All She Was, Was All He Wanted"
      The Fate of the Unica Key
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         Introduction
         Play the Program
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