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The House on Telegraph Hill(1951)

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  • house on telegraph hill

    • kevin sellers
    • 10/6/15

    Borrowing heavily from both "Rebecca" and "Suspicion," (and in the later case bordering on a rip off, with OJ substituted for milk) but not nearly as good. Everyone is a pale imitation of the original. Valentina Cortese is a poor man's Joan Fontaine, Richard Baseheart is miles away from Cary Grant, Fay Baker isn't even in the same galaxy as Judith Anderson. And of course Robert Wise, even though he's a lot thinner, will always come in second in a footrace with Hitch. Give it a C plus.

  • great storyline

    • keith ballard
    • 9/21/14

    This movie proves you don't have to have superstars to make an interesting movie. All you need is a great story.

  • "Intriguing" is right!

    • el debbo
    • 8/24/13

    Twists and turns from the get-go in this wonderful old movie. And it's great to see a cast of relatively unfamiliar faces.They drew me in. Starting in wartime Europe and moving on to the infamous Telegraph Hill abode, this is a good mystery and the acting is top notch. Someone should have gotten an award for the house interiors... penultimate Old Money, lots of heavy fringe on the curtains. Enjoyable on several levels.

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