Alfred Hitchcock directed this adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier novel - his last British film - before leaving for Hollywood and a contract with David O. Selznick. Young orphan Mary (Maureen OHara) arrives in 18th ce...
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From BAFTA-winning director Philippa Lowthorpe and Golden Globe-nominated screenwriter Emma Frost, comes this exhilarating adaptation of Daphne du Mauriers classic gothic novel, Jamaica Inn. Spirited Mary Yellan (Jessica Brown Findlay) finds herself alone in the world when her mother passes away. She is forced to move to the isolated Jamaica Inn, deep in the heart of the windswept Cornish moors,
This porcelain Frame, with its scalloped edges, will beautifully showcase a favorite photo. A raised vine motif completes the elegant look. Color/ pattern: Opal Innocence Carved Materials: Porcelain Service for: One (1) Number of pieces in set: One (1) Set includes: One (1) Opal Inn Carved Frame 5X7 Dimensions: Length 12
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Alfred Hitchcock turned to the work of Daphne Du Maurier a number of times throughout his career. When he made the move to Hollywood, he adapted her novel Rebecca, the end results securing the Academy Award for Best Picture. When he needed to follow up the groundbreaking horror of Psycho, he adapted her short story The Birds and created another milestone of the genre. But before these came Jamaica