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Shadow of a Doubt (1943)Download nowEnlargeShow similar images

Title: Shadow of a Doubt (1943)

Description: Scene with, left to right, train porter Clarence Muse (October 14, 1889-October 13, 1979), Sarah Edwards (October 11, 1881-January 7, 1965), Joseph Cotton (Joseph Cheshire Cotten; May 15, 1905-February 6, 1994), and Edward Fielding (Edward B. Elkins; March 19, 1875-January 10, 1945), who plays a physician, all helping Cotten off a train in Shadow of a Doubt (1943 U.S. film), directed by Alfred Hitchcock (Alfred Joseph Hitchcock; August 13, 1899-April 29, 1980). Cotten has feigned illness in his cross-country trip on this train, keeping to his bed behind closed curtains until he arrives in the small California town of Santa Rosa, where he stays with family members, while police conduct a nation-wide manhunt for him, a wanted serial killer of wealthy widows. Hitchcock's use of trains, such as in this film, can be found in many of his productions, trains being his favorite mode of transportation, but one where mystery and strange happenstance lurked from car to car and where uncertain and dangerous destinations loomed. This taut production was Hitchcock's favorite film of all the many superlative suspense films he directed.

Category: Motion Pictures

Topic: Scenes

Keywords: Shadow of a Doubt, Clarence Muse, Sarah Edwardsl Joseph Cotten, Edward Fielding, Alfred Hitchcock, Santa Clara, California, trains, feigning illness, serial killers, widows, manhunts, train porters, cross-country trips, police, family members, transportationl doctors, physicians, canes, footstools

Orientation: Landscape

Dimensions: 2700 x 2109 (5.69 MPixels) (1.28)

Print Size: 22.9 x 17.9 cm; 9.0 x 7.0 inches

File Size: 16.32 MB (17,110,054 Bytes)

Resolution: 300 x 300 dpi

Color Depth: 16.7 million (24 BitsPerPixel)

Compression: None

Image Number: 0000083687

Source: Jay Robert Nash Collection


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