Articles about: “Suspicion”

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock, produced by Harry E. Edington, and written by Samson Raphaelson, Joan Harrison and Alma Reville. Starring Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine. RKO, 1941.

In Production: 02/10/41—05/16/41
Reshoots: 07/23/41-07/24/41, 08/29/41
Released: 11/14/41

Cost: $1,102,000
Domestic Earnings: $1,306,000
Foreign Earnings: $919,000
Total Earnings: $2,225,000
Total Profit: $440,000

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Buy it on: Blu-ray / DVD / the TCM Hitchcock Collection DVD

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