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Film still from Alfred Hitchcock’s “Suspicion” (00.04.22) 
Film still 
Private collection of Hal Rammel 
Suspicion (1941)
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Written by Samsonn Rafaelson, Joan Harrison, and Alma Reville.
A newspaper photographer for the society page (Donald Stuart) attempts to capture a shot of playboy Johnnie Aysgarth (Cary Grant) at a high society horse riding event but Johnnie is clearly distracted when he sees Lina (Joan Fontaine) arriving on horseback, This is their second encounter after their first coincidental meeting in a train compartment. The poor frustrated photographer never gets his shot but this is our first indication that Johnnie is very taken with Lina and we’re inclined to feel a bit suspicious of his reactions. From there the plot is off and running. 

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