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Shadow of a Doubt


Teresa Wright, Joseph Cotten, Macdonald Carey, Henry Travers View All


Alfred Hitchcock (Director), Alma Reville (Screenplay), Sally Benson (Screenplay), Thornton Wilder (Screenplay) View All

Release: Jan. 15th, 1943
Runtime: 1 hour, 48 minutes
Just when Charlotte ‘Charlie’ Newton, is feeling especially frustrated by the lack of excitement in her small town in California, she receives wonderful news: Her uncle and namesake, Charlie Oakley, is coming to visit. However, as secrets about him come to the fore, Charlotte’s admiration turns into suspicion.
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That's what good ole' Uncle Charlie (Joseph Cotten) tells her beloved niece, also called Charlie (Teresa Wright) during a climatic conversation in this powerful Hitchcock thriller.
Citizen Rules
About: A young woman (Teresa Wright) who idolizes her Uncle Charlie, has a surprise when Uncle Charlie shows up in California to visit her family.
Joseph Cotten plays the character of uncle Charlie, who is downright frightening at times and made my enjoyment of the film more fulfilling.
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