Intelligent and exciting Hitchcock thriller about a man, played by Gregory Peck, who has gotten amnesia and for some reason has mentally taken the place of a world-renown psychiatrist, Dr. Edwardes. When the news gets out that Peck was the last man seen with Edwardes before his mysterious death, he is immediately suspected for murder. Peck realizes that he's not really Dr. Edwardes but can't remember a single thing of his own personal life! Peck befriends psychoanalyst, Ingrid Bergman, who helps Peck through this terrible mess. This Alfred Hitchcock film is so good that it's difficult to believe that it's not among his best.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Ingrid Bergman, Gregory Peck, Jean Arcker, Donald Curtis, Rhonda Fleming, John Emery, Leo G. Carroll, Norman Lloyd, Steven Geray, Paul Harvey

Directed by:

Alfred Hitchcock


1945 suspence/thriller

Not Rated.


Don Ignacio's score: A-

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