Rebecca - Manderley - photo of the Boathouse Cottage set
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Interesting short article about the Boathouse set design for the film Rebecca, including a memo from David O. Selznick to Alfred Hitchcock and Lyle Wheeler.
Rebecca - Manderley - photo of the Boathouse Cottage set. Somehow I still love it after all these years.
Set still of the boathouse set from 'Rebecca,' 1940. The table in the right corner caught my eye.
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The boathouse cottage.
The Library fireplace at Manderley.
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Rebecca Manderley Bedroom | Mrs. De Winter’s new bedroom at Manderley which, as Mrs. Danvers ...
I going to have a HUGE fireplace. Big enough to throw the people who bug me in.
"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.
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What a find here on Pinterest! I love the book....and movie...."Rebecca", so finding this is a real treat for me. "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.
Film Architecture: Manderley, the grand staircase, in Hitchcock's adaptation of Rebecca.
Hitchcock's Rebecca (1940), Manderley great hall; Art direction by Lyle Wheeler.
Film set for Manderley in the movie 'Rebecca'
Manderley from the movie "Rebecca"
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this is Manderlay, from the wonderful hitchcock movie REBECCA. it is full of suspense, sadness, funnies, scary and OMG that did not just happen!! great film.
“We can never go back again, that much is certain. The past is still close to us. The things we have tried to forget and put behind us would stir again, and that sense of fear, of furtive unrest, struggling at length to blind unreasoning panic - now mercifully stilled, thank God - might in some manner unforeseen become a living companion as it had before.” ― Daphne du Maurier, Rebecca
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A still from the opening scenes of the movie "Rebecca" ~ the house in the story; Manderley.
An evocative still of Manderley, from the 1940 Alfred Hitchcock film version of Rebecca
Manderley house in Rebecca (1940), directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Rebecca. Daphne du Maurier. A must read!
Rebecca is one of my all-time favorite books by Daphne Du Maurier. Hitchcock's version of the book is very near exact and his recreation of the elusive Rebecca's private bedroom has always fascinated me. If I had insane wealth I would likely try to recreate the estate known as Manderley with fireplaces big enough to stand in and THIS would be MY room!
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Rebecca De Winter's bedroom, guarded by Foo Dog Danvers: Rebecca (1940) "Hitchcock's first American film classic!"
Rebecca (1940) directed by Alfred Hitchcock with Joan Fontaine and Dame Judith Anderson as Mrs. Danvers.
"Rebecca is one of my all-time favorite books by Daphne Du Maurier. Hitchcock's version of the book is very near exact and his recreation of the elusive Rebecca's private bedroom has always fascinated me. If I had insane wealth I would likely try to recreate the estate known as Manderley with fireplaces big enough to stand in and THIS would be MY room!"
Rebecca's bedroom. Joan Fontaine and Judith Anderson in "Rebecca". Most beautiful bedroom ever!
Rebecca's bedroom from the Alfred Hitchcock's film classic based on Daphe Du Maurier's book
Rebecca this is one of my favorite books and favorite movies. Mrs. Danvers is so creepy!
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-Alfred Hitchcock's Rebecca (1940). Probably my favorite Hitchcock film. Laurence Olivier is one of my favorites and Joan Fontaine gives a great preformance.
Rebecca. This is my very favorite Alfred Hitchcock film. And an awesome book!
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Rebecca. My favorite Hitchcock movie. I have always loved this one. <3
Alfred Hitchcock=Rebecca Joan Fontaine.....one of my favorite movies
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''Rebecca ''Still one of my favorite movies.
Still one of my favorite movies.
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READ THIS BOOK! After you read the book, and only AFTER, watch the movie. Gone with the Wind and Rebecca are my very favorite books. They are the only two leather bound books I own. You're welcome!!
Du Maurier was a brilliant storyteller, and a great evoker of place. “Rebecca” is far and away her best work: troubling and vivid and slightly queer.
Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier. I read this in my accelerated 8th grade English Lit class and fell in love with both the book and the movie starring Lawrence Olivier.
My favorite book of all time. I read it every couple of years and it never gets old.
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Rebecca, such a good book! my favorite!!!!
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Probably my favorite movie; Rebecca (1940) - When a naive young woman marries a rich widower and settles in his gigantic mansion, she finds the memory of the first wife maintaining a grip on her husband and the servants.
Rebecca, 1940. Maxim de Winter (Laurence Olivier), still troubled by the death of his first wife Rebecca, falls in love with a shy ladies’ companion (Joan Fontaine). They get married, but the second Mrs. de Winter discovers that Rebecca still has a strong hold on everyone in the house, particularly on Mrs. Danvers (Judith Anderson), the housekeeper, who begins driving the young wife to madness. Grade: 8.84/10 ... http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0032976/
Rebecca (1940) - disturbingly brilliant film. X
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" Go ahead ...it's beautiful....He'll never forget REBECCA...why don't you jump...go ahead now....jump" Joan Fontaine and Dame Judith Anderson
Joan Fontaine as the nameless girl and Judith Anderson as Mrs. Danvers in “Rebecca” (1940) directed by Alfred Hitchcock and based on Daphne Du Maurier´s novel.
Joan Fontaine y Judith Anderson en "Rebeca" (Alfred Hitchcock, 1940). Basada en la novela de Daphne Du Maurier.
Joan Fontaine in Alfred Hitchcock's version of "Rebecca" (Judith Anderson as Mrs. Danvers)
Rebecca Is probably my favorite Hitchcock movie, I loved the book by Daphne Du Maurier
Joan Fontaine and Judith Anderson in "Rebecca" (1940) My absolute favorite film ever!
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The second Mrs. DeWinter being psychologically worn down by creepy Mrs. Danvers from the 1940 film Rebecca
I love black & white movies... Rebecca is my all time favorite Hitchcock! I LoVe this movie :)
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I love black & white movies... Rebecca is my all time favorite Hitchcock!
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