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Rebecca's morning room: In the classic Hitchcock film Rebecca, there was a fantastic "Morning Room" that belonged to the former lady-of-the-house. It was a place filled with morning light, a warm fireplace and a writing desk for enjoying coffee and catching up on correspondence. It would be today's equivalent to the home office.

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"Rebecca:" Going Back to Manderley Again

Rebeccas room

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Gull Cottage in the Movie "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir"

living room 2.5 production still from The Ghost and Mrs. Muir

One of my all time favorite movies, and two of the prettiest people on the planet: Robert Redford & Jane Fonda in "Barefoot in the Park," 1967

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"Rebecca:" Going Back to Manderley Again

"Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again.” Who could forget the opening line from Rebecca? I've always be fascinated by this old gothic romance film by Hitchcock, made in 1939. I saw it in my preteens and still love it and the original book by Daphne du Maurier. I reread it just this past summer.

Most frightening nightmare moment in the Overlook Hotel in "The Shining" (you understand this scene better if you read the book)

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Gull Cottage in the Movie "The Ghost and Mrs. Muir"

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Brilliant! Modern Hitchcock by Matt Needle

Hitchcock

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"Rebecca:" Going Back to Manderley Again

Manderley great hall

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"Rebecca:" Going Back to Manderley Again

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The King and I (1956)

The King and I (1956). One of my favorite movies when I was a kid.