Director: Alfred Hitchcock Cast: Cary Grant, Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains

Blu-ray (Special Edition / Wide Screen / Restored)

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Product Details

Release Date: 01/15/2019
UPC: 0715515224512
Original Release: 1946
Rating: NR
Source: Criterion
Region Code: A
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:41:00
Sales rank: 5,051

Special Features

Audio Commentaries from 1990 and 2001 featuring film historian Rudy Behlmer and Alfred Hitchcock scholar Marian Keane; New interview with Hitchcock biographer Donald Spoto ; New program about the film's visual style with Cinematographer John Bailey; New scene analysis by film scholar David Bordwell; Once Upon a Time... "Notorious," a 2009 documentary about the film featuring actor Isabella Rossellini; filmmakers Peter Bogdanovich, Claude Chabrol, and Stephen Frearsl and others; New program about Hitchcock's storyboarding and previosualization process by filmmaker Daniel Raim; Newsreel footage from 1948 of actor Ingrid Bergman and Hitchcock; Lux Radio Theatre adaptation of Notorious from 1948, starring Bergman and Joseph Cotten; Trailers and teasers; Plus: An essay by critic Angelica Jade Bastien

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Cary Grant T.R. Devlin
Ingrid Bergman Alicia Huberman
Claude Rains Alexander Sebastian
Louis Calhern Paul Prescott
Leopoldine Konstantin Madame Sebastian
Moroni Olsen Walter Beardsley
Reinhold Schünzel Dr. Anderson
Ivan Triesault Eric Mathis
Alexis Minotis Joseph
Wally Brown Mr. Hopkins
Charles Mendl Commodore
Ricardo Costa Dr. Barbosa
Eberhard Krumschmidt Hupka
Fay Baker Ethel
Paul Bryar Actor
Alfredo De Sa Ribero
Harry Hayden Defense Counsel
Francis McDonald Man
Sandra Morgan Actor
John Vosper Actor
Frank Wilcox FBI Man
Herbert Wyndham Mr. Cook
Beulah Christian Actor
Gavin Gordon Ernest Weylin
Eddie Bruce Reporter
Richard Clark Man
Tom Coleman Court Stenographer
Lester Dorr Motorcycle Police
Ben Erway Reporter
Warren Jackson District Attorney
James Logan Reporter
Frank Marlowe Photographer
Howard Negley Photographer
Fred Nurney Huberman
Dink Trout Clerk at Court
Emmett Vogan Reporter
Alan Ward Reporter
Charles D. Brown Judge
Aileen Carlyle Woman at Party
Antonio Moreno Senor Ortiza
Bea Benaderet Clerk
Garry Owen Motorcycle Police
George Lynn Photographer
Leota Lorraine Woman
Lillian West Woman
Tina Menard Maid
Virginia Gregg Clerk
Peter Von Zerneck Rossner
Donald Kerr Reporter
Frederick Ledebur Knerr
Howard Mitchell Bailiff
Almeda Fowler Woman

Technical Credits
Alfred Hitchcock Director,Original Story,Producer
Constantin Bakaleinikoff Musical Direction/Supervision
Ben Hecht Screenwriter
Claude E. Carpenter Set Decoration/Design
Carroll Clark Art Director
Albert S. D'Agostino Art Director
William Dorfman Asst. Director
Paul Eagler Special Effects
Edith Head Costumes/Costume Designer
Terry Kellum Sound/Sound Designer
Clem Portman Sound/Sound Designer
Darrell Silvera Set Decoration/Design
Ted Tetzlaff Cinematographer
Gregg Toland Cinematographer
John E. Tribby Sound/Sound Designer
Vernon Walker Special Effects
Theron Warth Editor
Roy Webb Score Composer

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Notorious 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Unlike one reviewer, this isn't meant to be scary like Psycho but to be suspenseful like say North by Northwest. It is so good and given the circumstances plausible. It is also very romantic unlike alot of movies today that equate romance with nude scenes that often come across as sterile not romantic or sensual this does it with the clothes on ! One of the best scenes is Carey Grant carrying Ingrid Bergman down the stairs at the end , so don't miss it !!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hitchcock did it again with this one! It is very suspenseful, keeps you on the edge of your seat. It has great romance in it also. The chemistry between Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman is wonderful. They have a great love/hate relationship in this movie, yet you can tell that the characters truly love each other. I recommend this movie to anyone who loves a good exciting suspense movie with a great love story mixed in.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This fantastic Hitchcock film stars Ingrid Bergman as a spy who has to infiltrate an enemy spy ring and expose them. Cary Grant plays the U.S. agent assigned to watch over her. This is a great film with excellent performances from its lead actors. It also features some very suspenseful scenes and a few memorable romantic scenes between Grant and Bergman. Also stars Claude Rains and Madame Konstantin.
virtual More than 1 year ago
Drama, suspense and the twist in the tale from the master.
Brigit More than 1 year ago
I could watch it over and over (and I have!). This movie is visually captivating. The eye Hitchcock had for shooting a scene brings to life the old adage, "A picture is worth a thousand words". The camera brings to us either something it wants us to notice, or watching the actors convey feelings and emotions without saying a word. Bergman and Grant have a smoldering passion on the verge of igniting. Grant is an agent trying to recruit Bergman, whose father was just convicted of being a double-agent, to work on a case in Brazil to infiltrate a ring of German spies led by a man who she has a past with. This movie really keeps the tension going right up to the climactic end.
KevinM More than 1 year ago
A suspense Thriller set during WW II. Ingrid Bergman plays the daughter of a convicted Nazi sympathizer who has more love for her country (USA) than for her father. Cary Grant plays the government agent who recruits a reluctant Ingrid to spy on suspected Nazi spy, Claude Rains. The two main charachters are falling in love (Ingrid & Cary) but Cary's job come first so he must hide his emotions. The movie is a classic Hitchcock movie you cannot help but feel the emotions of the players on the screen. Claude rains does such a good job as the evil spy. The ending will have you on the edge of your seat.
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Notorious is a dry movie. This does not mean it is not a good movie. Hitchcock usually uses the wrong man theory in his films, but in this one, there is an enemy. We know who is bad, but he leaves us in suspense in how the bad guy will get caught. He also leaves chance of how the good guys will not succeed. With Hitchcock, you never know what will happen. There is much drama, or as Hitchcock would call it, melodrama, in this film. This is a story that could have been true, but the the realism is extended. The facts get made extreme. The melodrama allows us to still be able to relate to the film. This is a good film that one should not miss, but again, it is not his best.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is not one of the best movies that Alfred Hitchcock did .And it did not have any horror stuff in it.