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    Notorious (1946)

    The film tells the story of a woman who is asked to spy on a group of Nazi friends in South America. Suspense, intrigue, and romance are stylishly mixed in one of Alfred Hitchcock's best films.
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  • Actors of "Notorious (1946)"

  • Characters of "Notorious (1946)"

    Devlin. Character of Notorious (1946)
    Played by: Cary Grant
    Alicia Huberman. Character of Notorious (1946)
    Played by: Ingrid Bergman
    Alexander Sebastian. Character of Notorious (1946)
    Played by: Claude Rains
    Paul Prescott. Character of Notorious (1946)
    Played by: Louis Calhern
    Mme. Sebastian. Character of Notorious (1946)
    Dr. Anderson. Character of Notorious (1946)
  • Directors of "Notorious (1946)"

    Alfred Hitchcock. Director of Notorious (1946)
    Alfred Hitchcock
    Birthdate: 13 August 1899, Leytonstone, London, England, UK
  • Creators of "Notorious (1946)"

    Ben Hecht. Director of Notorious (1946)
    Ben Hecht
    Birthdate: 28 February 1894, New York City, New York, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Notorious (1946)"

    Chicago Reader
    August 05, 2014

    The virtuoso sequences -- the long kiss, the crane shot into the door key -- are justly famous, yet the film's real brilliance is in its subtle and detailed portrayal of infinitely perverse relationships.

    February 23, 2012

    Production and directorial skill of Alfred Hitchcock combine with a suspenseful story and excellent performances to make Notorious force entertainment.

    Time Out
    January 16, 2009

    It's the accuracy, efficiency and control of Hitchcock's direction that most impress. They enable him to dovetail the film's thriller format and romantic story to dizzying, expressive and unique effect.

    Chicago Sun-Times
    January 01, 2000

    Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious is the most elegant expression of the master's visual style, just as Vertigo is the fullest expression of his obsessions.

    New York Times
    January 01, 2000

    Check up another smash hit for a fine and experienced team.

    Reel Film Reviews
    July 21, 2015

    It would be far too harsh to label Alfred Hitchcock's Notorious an all-out bomb, but it's equally difficult to refer to the movie as a wholeheartedly effective (and affecting) success.

    Radio Times
    August 05, 2014

    This dark romantic thriller isn't as thematically complex or technically audacious as some of Alfred Hitchcock's later classics. But it's still hard to beat for pure, polished entertainment.

    August 05, 2014

    Notorious is in the world of film noir but not of it; it's a tough and dark film that's also one of the finest women's pictures ever made.

    Film Freak Central
    March 06, 2012

    writing about it is almost as intimidating as pretending that there's anything new to say about it. But here goes.

    Movie Metropolis
    February 11, 2012

    Romantic melodrama. If contemporary viewers think of "Notorious" in those terms, it will still strike them as the classic it's become.

    7M Pictures
    February 06, 2012

    as much of a romance as it is a spy thriller

    Creative Loafing
    January 25, 2012

    Second only to Psycho as my favorite Hitchcock movie.

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