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Happy Valentine's Day! For Valentine's Day, here's a touch of Hitchcock.

Psychiatrist Ingrid Bergman treats and falls in love with an amnesic and possibly homicidal doctor played by Gregory Peck in David O. Selznick's lavish production of Alfred Hitchcock's Spellbound (1945). With Oscar nominated support from legendary Russian actor Michael Chekhov and a haunting - and Oscar winning score - by Miklos Roza, Spellbound proves that "the master of suspense" was the master of romance as well. Steve Hayes

(Syndication is with the kind permission of Steve Hayes.)

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