Spellbound

(1945)

Overview

When Dr. Anthony Edwardes arrives at a Vermont mental hospital to replace the outgoing hospital director, Dr. Constance Peterson, a psychoanalyst, discovers Edwardes is actually an impostor. The man confesses that the real Dr. Edwardes is dead and fears he may have killed him, but cannot recall anything. Dr. Peterson, however is convinced his impostor is innocent of the man's murder, and joins him on a quest to unravel his amnesia through psychoanalysis.

  1. Alfred Hitchcock

    Director

  2. Ben Hecht

    Screenplay

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ingrid Bergman

    Ingrid Bergman

    Dr. Constance Petersen

  2. Gregory Peck

    Gregory Peck

    John Ballantine

  3. Michael Chekhov

    Michael Chekhov

    Dr. Alexander Brulov

  4. Rhonda Fleming

    Rhonda Fleming

    Mary Carmichael

  5. Leo G. Carroll

    Leo G. Carroll

    Dr. Murchison

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Spellbound
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Status Released

Release Information

  • December 28, 1945
    NR
    Theatrical

    Meaning

    No rating information.

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 51m

Budget $1,500,000.00

Revenue $7,000,000.00

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