Suspicion (1941) Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Cary Grant as Johnnie Aysgarth and Joan Fontaine as Lina McLaidlaw

Lina: I must be quite a novelty by contrast with the women that you’re photographed with.
Johnnie: What do you think of me by, uh, contrast to your horse?
Lina: I think if I ever got the bit between your teeth, I’d have no trouble in handling you at all.

2 Responses to “Suspicion (1941)”

  1. A classic psychological romance thriller, that brought Joan Fontaine the Oscar she was robbed of for REBECCA the previous year. An early Hitch that is fondly regarded by most.

  2. The movie is probably rightfully criticized for the ending, but I think it holds up really well.

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