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Starring Ingrid Bergman, Gregory Peck, Michael Chekhov, Leo G. Carroll, Rhonda Fleming and John Emery, "Spellbound" (also known as "Io ti salverò", "House of Dr. Edwardes, The", "Ich kämpfe um dich") is a Drama/Mystery/Romance/Thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, and written by Ben Hecht (screenplay), May E. Romm (contributing writer: foreword), and Angus MacPhail (adaptation), released on October 31 of 1945 in the USA.

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Theatrical release poster
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"Spellbound" Copyright © Vanguard Films, Inc.; 28 December 1945; LP13711

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Information about the movie "Spellbound":

"Spellbound" (also known as "Io ti salverò", "House of Dr. Edwardes, The", "Ich kämpfe um dich") is a Drama/Mystery/Romance/Thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, and written by Ben Hecht (screenplay), May E. Romm (contributing writer: foreword), and Angus MacPhail (adaptation), released on October 31 of 1945 in the USA , starring Ingrid Bergman (Dr. Constance Petersen), Gregory Peck (John Ballantine aka Dr. Anthony Edwardes), Michael Chekhov (Dr. Alexander 'Alex' Brulov), Leo G. Carroll (Dr. Murchison), Rhonda Fleming (Mary Carmichael) and John Emery (Dr. Fleurot).

Steven Geray has also been directed by Alfred Hitchcock in To Catch a Thief, released in 1955. As an actor, Steven Geray has been seen in movies such as The Swinger, released in 1966 in which he plays Man with Fish, The Conspirators (1944) playing Dr. Schmitt, Ladies of the Chorus (1948) (Salisbury, Carroll's Butler), The Gift of Love (1958), The Seventh Cross (1944) as Dr. Loewenstein, and Knock on Wood (1954) playing Doctor Kreuger.

Norman Lloyd has been directed by Alfred Hitchcock in Saboteur, released in 1942 (Frank Fry). As an actor, Norman Lloyd has been seen in movies such as A Walk in the Sun, released in 1945 portraying Pvt. Archimbeau, In Her Shoes (2005), Dead Poets Society (1989) (Mr. Nolan), Trainwreck (2015), Audrey Rose (1977) playing Doctor Steven Lipscomb, and M (1951) playing Sutro.

About the film director of "Spellbound", Alfred Hitchcock:

Alfred Hitchcock was an English director, actor, producer, screenwriter, and writer. Alfred Hitchcock has directed movies such as Suspicion, released in 1941, Elstree Calling (1930), The Ring (1927), Notorious (1946), Vertigo (1958), and The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934).

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