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Rebecca (1940): Continuity script, version C
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directed by Sir Alfred Hitchcock, 1899-1980; produced by David O. Selznick, 1902-1965, Selznick International Pictures; performed by Sir Laurence Olivier, 1907-1989, Joan Fontaine, 1917-2013, George Sanders, 1906-1972, Judith Anderson, 1897-1992, Reginald Denny, 1891-1967 and Edward Fielding, 1875-1945 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2005), 163 page(s)
directed by Sir Alfred Hitchcock, 1899-1980; produced by David O. Selznick, 1902-1965, Selznick International Pictures; performed by Sir Laurence Olivier, 1907-1989, Joan Fontaine, 1917-2013, George Sanders, 1906-1972, Judith Anderson, 1897-1992, Reginald Denny, 1891-1967 and Edward Fielding, 1875-1945 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2005), 163 page(s)
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Rebecca (1940): Draft script, version B
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directed by Sir Alfred Hitchcock, 1899-1980; produced by David O. Selznick, 1902-1965, Selznick International Pictures; performed by Sir Laurence Olivier, 1907-1989, Joan Fontaine, 1917-2013, George Sanders, 1906-1972, Judith Anderson, 1897-1992, Reginald Denny, 1891-1967 and Edward Fielding, 1875-1945 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2005), 186 page(s)
directed by Sir Alfred Hitchcock, 1899-1980; produced by David O. Selznick, 1902-1965, Selznick International Pictures; performed by Sir Laurence Olivier, 1907-1989, Joan Fontaine, 1917-2013, George Sanders, 1906-1972, Judith Anderson, 1897-1992, Reginald Denny, 1891-1967 and Edward Fielding, 1875-1945 (Alexandria, VA: Alexander Street, 2005), 186 page(s)
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Mitchell and Kenyon 245: A Beautiful Panorama Of Railway Ride From St. Germans to Milray, 1901
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produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 3 mins
This short documentary silent film, from a series by the Mitchell and Kenyon film company in England and shot using a stationary camera on a train, shows the scenery during a train ride from St. Germans to Milray (Cornwall) in 1901.
produced by Mitchell and Kenyon (London, England: British Film Institute, 1901), 3 mins
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