History Film / Marnie

26th Feb '17 8:12:47 AM CumbersomeTercel
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''Marnie'' is an Creator/AlfredHitchcock Film staring Tippi Hedren as [[CharacterTitle Marnie]] and SeanConnery.

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''Marnie'' is an Creator/AlfredHitchcock Film staring Tippi Hedren as [[CharacterTitle Marnie]] and SeanConnery.
Creator/SeanConnery.
11th Jan '17 7:12:36 PM Paireon
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Mark happens to be an acquaintance of Strutt and easily recognizes Marnie, but is intrigued by her and decides to hire her. When the inevitable theft does happen, Mark tracks her down. He [[{{Blackmail}} blackmails Marnie]] into marrying him, otherwise she'd be arrested and land in jail. He waits until their honeymoon cruise to have sex with her. She is at best frigid. Her frigidity and open hostility to her blackmailer husband inspires him to perform [[MaritalRapeLicense Marital Rape]]. Marnie does not enjoy the experience and attempts to commit suicide.

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Mark happens to be an acquaintance of Strutt and easily recognizes Marnie, but is intrigued by her and decides to hire her. When the inevitable theft does happen, Mark tracks her down. He [[{{Blackmail}} blackmails Marnie]] into marrying him, otherwise she'd be arrested and land in jail. He waits until their honeymoon cruise to have sex with her. She is at best frigid. Her frigidity and open hostility to her blackmailer husband inspires him to perform [[MaritalRapeLicense Marital Rape]]. Marnie [[CaptainObvious does not enjoy the experience experience]] and attempts to commit suicide.
12th Dec '16 1:24:05 PM Xtifr
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'''''Marnie''''' is an Creator/AlfredHitchcock Film staring Tippi Hedren as [[CharacterTitle Marnie]] and SeanConnery.

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'''''Marnie''''' ''Marnie'' is an Creator/AlfredHitchcock Film staring Tippi Hedren as [[CharacterTitle Marnie]] and SeanConnery.
16th Oct '16 1:48:08 PM CumbersomeTercel
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Marnie is considered the last film of a significant era in Hitchcock's career. It was his last use of a "Hitchcock blonde" as a main character. It was the last time he worked with Robert Burks (director of photography), Bernard Herrmann (music composer) and George Tomasini (editor). All three had been key members of Hitchcock's film crews since the 1950s. Tomasini died in 1964, Burks in 1968. Herrmann survived to 1975. But by 1966, Hitchcock felt his music was becoming outdated and some of his music themes too reminiscent of each other (the fact that Hermann went on to compose the iconic score for TaxiDriver before his death undermines this a little). He had Herrmann fired. With all these elements missing, Hitchcock's later films had a rather different feel to them.

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Marnie is considered the last film of a significant era in Hitchcock's career. It was his last use of a "Hitchcock blonde" as a main character. It was the last time he worked with Robert Burks (director of photography), Bernard Herrmann Music/BernardHerrmann (music composer) and George Tomasini (editor). All three had been key members of Hitchcock's film crews since the 1950s. Tomasini died in 1964, Burks in 1968. Herrmann survived to 1975. But by 1966, Hitchcock felt his music was becoming outdated and some of his music themes too reminiscent of each other (the fact that Hermann went on to compose the iconic score for TaxiDriver ''Film/TaxiDriver'' before his death undermines this a little). He had Herrmann fired. With all these elements missing, Hitchcock's later films had a rather different feel to them.
16th Oct '16 1:47:36 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* {{Ooh Me Accents Slipping}}: Sean Connery has a Scottish accent in some scenes, particularly when Mark and Marnie go to Bernice's house. He has an American accent most of the time though. Mark comes from an old established Pennsylvania family.

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* MeaningfulName: The name of Marnie's favorite horse is "Forio". "Phorion" is Greek for "stolen goods", an appropriate name given Marnie's behavior.
* {{Ooh Me Accents Slipping}}: Sean Connery Creator/SeanConnery has a Scottish accent in some scenes, particularly when Mark and Marnie go to Bernice's house. He has an American accent most of the time though. Mark comes from an old established Pennsylvania family.


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* ShoutOut:
** The quote that Mark says to Lil is of Ralph Waldo Emerson, "When Duty whispers low, Thou must, The youth replies, I can!" but he replaces "the" with "then" which is why Lil says he misquoted.
** Hitchcock put Creator/EdgarAllanPoe references throughout this film. Marnie's last name is Edgar. In the novel, Marnie's last name is Elmer. Unlike the film, the novel takes place in England. Like Poe's characters, Marnie Edgar is subject to Psychological terror. The film takes place in New York (Strutt's office), Virginia (Garrod's Stables) and Philadelphia (Rutland Publishing and Wickwind). These are the three places that Poe lived throughout the better part of his life. The film's climactic scene takes place at Marnie's mother's home in Baltimore, the city where Poe died under mysterious circumstances in 1849. Tippi Hedren played Marnie. Both Hedren and Poe were born on January 19. In the novel, Marnie's mother's name is Edith Elmer. In the film, Alfred Hitchcock changed Marnie's mother's name to Bernice Edgar. "Berenice" was a short story written by Poe. In a 1960 article called "Why I Am Afraid of the Dark", Hitchcock noted this information - "...it's because I liked Edgar Allan Poe's stories so much that I began to make suspense films."
20th Nov '15 4:52:43 AM Morgenthal
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* AltarTheSpeed
* CharacterTitle
* DaughterOfAWhore
* DressHitsFloor
* DrivenToSuicide: Marnie, but she gets better

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* FreudianExcuse and this extends to SingleIssuePsychology

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* ParalyzingFearOfSexuality: Marnie
* RedLightDistrict
* SexyDiscretionShot
* SleepingSingle: Well this was TheSixties
* StickyFingers
* SympatheticMurderer: [[spoiler:Marnie]] even though she is a little psycho.

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* %%* SympatheticMurderer: [[spoiler:Marnie]] even though she is a little psycho.
28th Jun '15 1:21:14 PM JulietF2
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Marnie is considered the last film of a significant era in Hitchcock's career. It was his last use of a "Hitchcock blonde" as a main character. It was the last time he worked with Robert Burks (director of photography), Bernard Herrmann (music composer) and George Tomasini (editor). All three had been key members of Hitchcock's film crews since the 1950s. Tomasini died in 1964, Burks in 1968. Herrmann survived to 1975. But by 1966, Hitckcock felt his music was becoming outdated and some of his music themes too reminiscent of each other (the fact that Hermann went on to compose the iconic score for TaxiDriver before his death undermines this a little). He had Herrmann fired. With all these elements missing, Hitckcocks later films had a rather different feel to them.

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Marnie is considered the last film of a significant era in Hitchcock's career. It was his last use of a "Hitchcock blonde" as a main character. It was the last time he worked with Robert Burks (director of photography), Bernard Herrmann (music composer) and George Tomasini (editor). All three had been key members of Hitchcock's film crews since the 1950s. Tomasini died in 1964, Burks in 1968. Herrmann survived to 1975. But by 1966, Hitckcock Hitchcock felt his music was becoming outdated and some of his music themes too reminiscent of each other (the fact that Hermann went on to compose the iconic score for TaxiDriver before his death undermines this a little). He had Herrmann fired. With all these elements missing, Hitckcocks Hitchcock's later films had a rather different feel to them.
28th Jun '15 1:19:23 PM JulietF2
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Mark happens to be an acquaintance of Strutt and easily recognizes Marnie. But is intrigued by her and decides to hire her. When the inevitable theft does happen, Mark tracks her down. He [[{{Blackmail}} blackmails Marnie]] into marrying him, otherwise she'd be arrested and land in jail. He waits until their honeymoon cruise to have sex with her. She is at best frigid. Her frigidity and open hostility to her blackmailer husband inspires him to perform [[MaritalRapeLicense Marital Rape]]. Marnie does not enjoy the experience and attempts to commit suicide.

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Mark happens to be an acquaintance of Strutt and easily recognizes Marnie. But Marnie, but is intrigued by her and decides to hire her. When the inevitable theft does happen, Mark tracks her down. He [[{{Blackmail}} blackmails Marnie]] into marrying him, otherwise she'd be arrested and land in jail. He waits until their honeymoon cruise to have sex with her. She is at best frigid. Her frigidity and open hostility to her blackmailer husband inspires him to perform [[MaritalRapeLicense Marital Rape]]. Marnie does not enjoy the experience and attempts to commit suicide.
16th Aug '14 4:10:44 PM TompaDompa
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* DutchAngle: When Marnie is startled by a branch crashing through the window during a thunderstorm.



* VertigoEffect: A rare and very effective ''indoor'' example.

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* VertigoEffect: A rare and very effective ''indoor'' example.example, when Marnie's flashback begins.
26th Feb '14 4:53:09 AM morninglight
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* RapeIsLove: Arguably
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