CRIA Images

High Quality Royalty-Free Images

Contemporary and Historical Events, People, Places and Things
From $5.00 to $35.00 per image

View Cart View Cart My Account Account Site Map Site Map Help Help 
Home  |   Search  |   Browse  |   Recent Additions  |   Pricing  |   Partnerships  |   Customer Service  |   AIRS      
Reset all



Get Ideas

 click to refresh

Image Archives

Jay Robert Nash Collection
Derek Fell Collection

Featured Categories

Abraham Lincoln
Alfred Hitchcock  
Amelia Earhart  
American Civil War in Color
American West
Audubon's Ornithology
Baseball History
Catherine the Great  
Christian Art
Classic Cars
Eddie Balchowsky Gallery
Extraordinary Orchids
Great Depression
Historic Landmarks
The Jazz Age
Masters of Art
Mexican-American War
Monet's Garden
North American Indians
Pearl Harbor
Political Cartoons
Russo-Japanese War
Selling Everything to Everyone
Ships and The Sea in Color
Trees of Planet Earth
U.S. Navy
World War I
World War II
many more...

Rebecca (1940)Download nowEnlargeShow similar images

Title: Rebecca (1940)

Description: Scene with Joan Fontaine (Joan de Beauvoir de Havilland; October 22, 1917- ) and Laurence Olivier (Laurence Kerr Olivier; May 22, 1907-July 11, 1989) in Rebecca (1940 U.S. film), directed by Alfred Hitchcock (Alfred Joseph Hitchcock; August 13, 1899-April 29, 1980). In this sophisticated suspense film, Fontaine is a shy secretary to a dominating wealthy American socialite visiting in France where she meets and falls in love with Olivier, a rich widower, marrying him and moving to his huge estate and large mansion in England. As the new mistress of the mansion, she is forever reminded of Olivier's first wife and her mysterious death. She learns that the dead woman, Rebecca, cheated on Olivier with a lover, George Sanders (George Henry Sanders; July 3, 1906-April 25, 1972), who surfaces to accuse Olivier of murdering his former spouse and attempts to blackmail Olivier in the process. The unbalanced housekeeper of the mansion, eerily played by Judith Anderson (Francis Margaret Anderson; February 10, 1897-January 3, 1992), who is obsessively devoted to her deceased mistress, attempts to undermine and bedevil Fontaine. (Anderson's pathological passion for her dead mistress borders on necrophilia, a subject Hitchcock greatly expanded upon in his 1958 production of Vertigo and even more so in his 1960 film Psycho.) The true, strange fate of Rebecca is finally discovered, while Olivier's lunatic housekeeper has her fiery revenge.

Category: Motion Pictures

Topic: Scenes

Keywords: Rebecca, Alfred Hitchcock, Laurence Olivier, Joan Fontaine, George Sanders, Judith Anderson, ads, advertisements, posters, promotions, U.S. films, motion pictures, movies, mystery films, promotions, suspense film directors, actors, housekeepers, lunatics, unbalanced persons, accused of murder, blackmail, blackmailers, mansions, secretaries, estates, deceased persons, necrophilia, fires, blazes, arson, wealthy persons, rich people

Orientation: Landscape

Dimensions: 2775 x 1957 (5.43 MPixels) (1.42)

Print Size: 23.5 x 16.6 cm; 9.3 x 6.5 inches

File Size: 15.56 MB (16,317,664 Bytes)

Resolution: 300 x 300 dpi

Color Depth: 16.7 million (24 BitsPerPixel)

Compression: None

Image Number: 0000083398

Source: Jay Robert Nash Collection

Home  |  Search  |  Browse  |  Recent Additions  |  Get Ideas  |  Pricing  |  News  |  My Account  |  View Cart
About  |  Partnerships  |  Privacy  |  Terms of Use  |  Terms of Service  |  Site Map  |  Help  |  Cria Books  |  Customer Service