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Rebecca (1940)

Rebecca (1940)

Rebecca is a suspenseful and haunting film directed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1940. Based on the novel by Daphne du Maurier, the movie tells the story of a young woman who marries a wealthy widower, only to find herself haunted by the lingering presence of his deceased first wife, Rebecca. The film stars Joan Fontaine as the naive and unnamed protagonist, alongside Laurence Olivier as the brooding Maxim de Winter.

The atmospheric soundtrack, composed by Franz Waxman, is an essential component of the film's eerie ambiance. From the haunting tones of the main theme to the suspenseful orchestral cues, the music perfectly captures the film's sinister atmosphere and adds to the tension that slowly engulfs the characters.

If you are a fan of classics or enjoy atmospheric movie scores, you can immerse yourself in the sounds of Rebecca (1940). You can easily play and download the hauntingly beautiful soundtrack here, allowing yourself to relive the gripping mystery of this timeless Hitchcock masterpiece.

A large tray of cigarette stubs beside her.
A little air will do you good.
A little sailboat.
A sweet, curly headed little child.
About showing me the run of things?
About that other body.
After all, I am responsible for your behavior here.
Ah, here she is... the missing link,
Ah, look, now. Look at that.
Ah, my suggestion didn't seem to go at all well. I'm sorry.
Ah, somebody else had the same idea.
Ah. You're like a little trades union, all of you, aren't you?
Ah... oh... perfectly lovely.
All night long, night after night,
All right, dear.
All right, Frank. I'll go and look for Maxim.
All right, go ahead. Make the most of it.
All right, if you think you'd enjoy it.
All the time, whenever I meet anyone,
All we want you to do is tell us what you saw.
Am I boring you with all this?
Among the family portraits that would suit you.
An operation would have been no earthly use at all.
An operation would have been no earthly use at all.
And a lot of young people would come up from London and turn the house into a night club.
And a squall hit the boat with nobody at the helm.
And a sudden gust of wind came down,
And another thing.
And apart from that, Colonel, do you mean to tell me that if you wanted to commit suicide,
And drove it again and again through the planking of the hull.
And finally there was Manderley.
And for a while I could not enter...
And forgot to say anything about it.
And from my point of view, it's very refreshing...
And from now on you'll stick to your job.
And give her away, admit that our marriage was a rotten fraud.
And have lived in all my life.
And he died last summer, and then I took this job.
And hovered an instant like a dark hand before a face.
And how do you get along with Mrs. Danvers?
And how does the bride find herself today?
And I asked whose house it was, and the old lady said, That's Manderley.
And I believed them, completely.
And I do want to make a success of it...
And I I'd better say good bye now.
And I keep it here always.
And I knew then I couldn't stand this life of filth and deceit any longer.
And I must be near you so that no matter what happens,
And I must congratulate you on the way Maxim looks.
And I promise you, you wouldn't be ashamed of me.
And I should be making violent love to you behind a palm tree.
And I think you're behaving splendidly over all this.
And I won't believe it.
And I'd prefer that Mr. De Winter weren't troubled with them either.
And I'll give the bride away. But our luggage.
And I'm afraid something might have happened to him.
And if my guess is right, Crawley,
And if you'll all excuse me for a moment, I'll supply that too.
And it never faded, never got stale.
And let me tell you, Favell, blackmail is not much of a profession,
And listen to the sea?
And little by little had encroached upon the drive...
And live the memory all over again.
And Major Lacy are expected for luncheon.
And make Mr. De Winter happy.
And Mr. De Winter has never complained.
And now Max and that dear little bride of his...
And on this date she returned to me for his report.
And passed like a spirit through the barrier before me.
And people will visit us and envy us...
And say we're the luckiest, happiest couple in the country.
And she must resent you bitterly.
And suddenly it seemed to me that light came from the windows.
And telephoning in the morning room after breakfast.
And the blackmailer sometimes finds himself in jail at the end of it.
And the public is admitted here, you know, once a week.
And the tide's been knocking her against the ridge,
And then a cloud came upon the moon...
And then she would say,
And then there was only my father.
And there could never be any gossip about me.
And they're always kept tight closed when you're afloat.
And told me all about herself.
And watch you and Mr. De Winter together.
And we know how to deal with it in our part of the worid, strange as it may seem to you.
And what did you find to do with yourself while he was painting his tree?
And what have you done to your hair?
And what particular moment would you want to keep?
And what's more, she had the foresight to put the date on it.
And when I was married, I was told I was the luckiest man in the worid.
And worse than before.
And yet you deliberately suggested I wear it!
And you've conceived a schoolgirl crush on him.
And, if you'll forgive me, modesty...
And, in fact, if I may coin a phrase, leave no stone unturned.
And, oh yes, I remember she said something...
And, oh, all the things that are so important in a woman.
And, um, how is dear old Max?
Anybody would think you were afraid of them.
Apparently, Mrs. De Winter broke the cupid herself...
Are those all Rebecca's things down there?
Are we? I don't know.
Are you absolutely sure you left those messages for Mr. De Winter?
Are you sure you don't want me to go with you, Maxim?
Are you the first one down? Where's the child?
Aren't you going to kill me?
As if I needed reminding.
As to why Mrs. De Winter should have taken her life?
As you seem to have worked out the whole thing so carefully,
Awfully foolish of me fainting like that.
Awfully glad to meet you.
Be careful, Favell. You've brought an accusation of murder.
Beauty and wit and intelligence...
Because I love you so much.
Because I put it there.
Because the first people will be arriving any moment.
Because we caught him once, Rebecca and I, peering at us through the cottage window.
Because you knew I was dull and gauche and inexperienced...
Because, you see, we got on so well together.
Before she married, she was the beautiful Rebecca Hildreth, you know.
Being ordered about by an ex chorus girl.
Ben, have you seen Mr. De Winter anywhere?
Better blow your nose.
Better let your wife know. She'll be getting worried.
Better than you ever expected. I was rather worried about you at first.
BlackJack Brady was his name.
Bless you for that.
Breeding, brains and beauty.
Bury them, eh, what?
But a cable came this morning announcing...
But after a while, she began to grow careless.
But as I advanced, I was aware that a change had come upon it.
But before we end this conversation...
But do sit down and have some coffee.
But every day I realize things that she had and that I lack:
But he ought to have more luck this time.
But he was always hanging about. He must have seen this whole thing.
But I can assure you that it is not the note of a woman...
But I can't wait here alone.
But I don't conduct this inquiry for my own amusement.
But I don't suppose he'll lose his temper with you.
But I don't think anything will be necessary.
But i it's the picture, the one in the gallery.
But I know now that when she told me about the child,
But I never had a moment's happiness with her.
But I shouldn't have any more to do with her than you can help.
But I wonder Maxim hasn't been at you.
But I'm getting rid of that nurse today,
But I've known all along that Rebecca would win in the end.
But if you ever need a new car, Colonel, just let me know.
But if you think I just asked you out of kindness or charity,
But in my official capacity,
But in my opinion, she was scuttled.
But it can be very, very exasperating.
But it can't be as bad as all that.
But it seemed to me the 'oles looked as if she'd made 'em from the inside.
But it's too late, my darling.
But now, I don't suppose I shall ever see it again.
But people didn't understand him.
But she kept saying that I was quite different from what she expected.
But she was alone.
But she's too strong for you. You can't fight her.
But sometimes in my dreams...
But then, of course, you know the whole story.
But there's one more thing you'll want to know: The name of the murderer.
But this will be your last, so make the most of it.
But why do you choose me for your charity?
But you certainly have your work cut out as mistress of Manderley.
But you didn't kill her! It was an accident!
But you don't think I'm the Big Bad Wolf, do you?
But you have qualities that are just as important...
But you were just a teeny, weeny bit forward with Mr. De Winter.
But you'll find one in the morning room.
By the way, my dear, don't think that I mean to be unkind,
By the way, what do you do with old bones?
Bye bye, Danny.
Came across the hull of another boat...
Can you enlighten us as to why Mrs. De Winter...
Can you think of any reason why Mrs. De Winter should have taken her own life?
Can't I help you? I could at least lick the stamps.
Colonel Julyan, Mrs. Danvers. I believe you know everyone else.
ColonelJulyan called. He's the chief constable of the county.
ColonelJulyan, his is Mr. Favell.
Come along, darling.
Come along, Mr. Jack, or someone may see you.
Come along. We needn't talk to each other if we don't feel like it.
Come here!
Come in.
Come in.
Come in.
Come on, Danny, hair drill, she would say.
Come on, Favell. Let's go.
Come on, Jasper.
Come on, Jasper. Come and take some of that fat off.
Come on, out with it!
Come, Colonel, as an officer of the law,
Come, come. Did you see Mrs. De Winter get into her boat that last night?
Come, don't sit there gawking. Let's go upstairs.
Come, I'll take you home.
Come, we'll go home, have some tea and forget all about it.
Come. I'll show you her dressing room.
Concerning the late Mrs. De Winter's activities on the day of her death,
Could you supply a reason, Dr. Baker, for Mrs. De Winter's suicide?
Couldn't have been no accident, not with her knowledge of boats.
Crawley didn't have much success with Rebecca,
Danny didn't tell you, did she? I am Rebecca's favorite cousin.
Danny, all your precautions were in vain.
Danny! What the devil!
Darling, could we have a costume ball...
Darling, please be careful.
Darling, wait here a few moments.
Did she say anything when you told her?
Did you ever see anything so delicate?
Did you want to see me, Mrs. Danvers?
Do you like my hair?
Do you really think so? Now, where's my fan?
Do you remember that cliff where you first saw me in Monte Carlo?