History Literature / Rebecca

13th Mar '18 11:33:11 AM Saveelich
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[[caption-width-right:300:"You're overwrought, madam; I've opened a window for you."]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:"You're [[caption-width-right:300:''"You're overwrought, madam; I've opened a window for you."]]
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21st Nov '17 9:24:55 PM MercutioDreams
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* DarkSecret: Rebecca's murder. In theory, only Maxim and the new Mrs. de Winter know the whole story, but Favell guesses it (though he gives up on his guess in the end) and one of the servants and the magistrate also figure out an unspecified amount, leading to a lot of worry about who knows what.

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* DarkSecret: [[spoiler: Rebecca's murder. murder.]] In theory, only Maxim and the new Mrs. de Winter know the whole story, but Favell guesses it (though he gives up on his guess in the end) it, and one of the servants and the magistrate also figure out an unspecified amount, leading to a lot of worry about who knows what.
21st Nov '17 9:22:47 PM MercutioDreams
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* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Happens to the narrator when she sees Maxim for what she thinks is the last time at Monte Carlo. He asks her if she wants to go to New York with Mrs. Van Hopper or to Mandelay with him. After [[MyGodYouAreSerious realizing that he's serious]] this exchange follows:

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* ComicallyMissingThePoint: Happens to the narrator when she sees Maxim for what she thinks is the last time at Monte Carlo. He asks her if she wants to go to New York with Mrs. Van Hopper or to Mandelay Manderley with him. After [[MyGodYouAreSerious realizing that he's serious]] this exchange follows:
21st Nov '17 9:20:59 PM MercutioDreams
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* BigBad: Mrs. Danvers but really Rebecca.

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* BigBad: Mrs. Danvers but really Rebecca.[[spoiler: Rebecca]].
21st Oct '17 9:41:21 PM Eddy1215
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* DeathByAdaptation: [[spoiler: Mrs. Danvers in the film. In the novel she escaped the burning house, but the Hays Code wouldn't allow her to survive. The musical takes this further and shows that this is a suicide]].

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* DeathByAdaptation: [[spoiler: Mrs. Danvers in the film. In the novel she escaped the burning house, but the Hays Code [[LaserGuidedKarma wouldn't allow her to survive.survive]]. The musical takes this further and shows that this is a suicide]].
13th Jul '17 4:50:27 AM Mdumas43073
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!!This and its adaptations feature examples of:

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!!This novel and its adaptations feature examples of:
13th Jul '17 4:49:25 AM Mdumas43073
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A 1938 thriller novel by Daphne du Maurier (who also wrote ''Literature/JamaicaInn'', and the story that became ''Film/TheBirds'').

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A 1938 thriller novel by Daphne du Maurier (who also wrote ''Literature/JamaicaInn'', and the story that became ''Film/TheBirds'').
13th Jul '17 4:46:54 AM Mdumas43073
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A 1938 novel by Daphne du Maurier (who also wrote ''Literature/JamaicaInn'', and the story that became ''Film/TheBirds'').

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A 1938 thriller novel by Daphne du Maurier (who also wrote ''Literature/JamaicaInn'', and the story that became ''Film/TheBirds'').
13th Jul '17 4:45:46 AM Mdumas43073
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A {{musical}} version debuted in Vienna, Austria in 2006.

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A {{musical}} version debuted in Vienna, Austria in 2006.
Other adaptations include a 1938 radio dramatization on Creator/OrsonWelles' ''Campbell Playhouse'', a 1939 stage play, a 1979 miniseries on Creator/TheBBC, a 1983 opera, a 1997 miniseries on Creator/{{ITV}}, and a 2006 stage musical.
13th Jul '17 4:31:32 AM Mdumas43073
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In 1940, Creator/AlfredHitchcock directed [[TheFilmOfTheBook the film version]], his first American project, which starred Creator/JoanFontaine and Creator/LaurenceOlivier. It received 11 UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}} nominations, winning for Best Picture and Best Cinematography (Black and White). It was the only Hitchcock film to win Best Picture, and Hitchcock didn't win Best Director--he never did, in fact, and had to settle for a lifetime achievement Oscar late in life. A musical version debuted in Vienna, Austria in 2006.

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In 1940, Creator/AlfredHitchcock directed [[TheFilmOfTheBook the film version]], his first American project, which starred Creator/JoanFontaine and Creator/LaurenceOlivier. It received 11 UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}} nominations, winning for Best Picture and Best Cinematography (Black and White). It was the only Hitchcock film to win Best Picture, and Hitchcock didn't win Best Director--he never did, in fact, and had to settle for a lifetime achievement Oscar late in life.

A musical {{musical}} version debuted in Vienna, Austria in 2006.
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