Suspicion (1941)

Directed by
Alfred Hitchcock
Andrew Greieve

Classic thriller in which a timid heiress becomes convinced that her husband is trying to kill her. After escaping from her oppressive parents, the woman meets and marries a fortune hunter. At first, her happiness prevents her from reflecting on his character, but when events take a sinister twist, she fears that his intentions are murderous. Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, from Frances Iles's novel. Joan Fontaine won an Oscar for her role.

Written by ,

Genre: Film

Running Time: 100 minutes (approx)

Production Year: 1941

4/5 Stars

Classification: PG Certificate

Production Country: USA

Filmed in Black and White


Image for Joan FontaineJoan Fontaine...Lina McLaidlaw Aysgarth
Image for Cary GrantCary Grant...Johnnie Aysgarth
Cedric Hardwicke...General McLaidlaw
Nigel Bruce...Gordon Cochrane 'Beaky' Thwaite
May Whitty...Mrs. Martha McLaidlaw
Isabel Jeans...Mrs. Newsham
Heather Angel...Ethel
Auriol Lee...Isobel Sedbusk
Reginald Sheffield...Reggie Wetherby
Leo G. Carroll...Cap. George Melbeck