Dr. Constance Petersen (Ingrid Bergman) is a psychiatrist with a firm understanding of human nature-or so she thinks. When the mysterious Dr. Anthony Edwardes (Gregory Peck) becomes the new chief of staff at her institution, the bookish and detached Constance plummets into a whirlwind of tangled identities and feverish psychoanalysis, where the greatest risk is to fall in love. A transcendent love story replete with taut excitement and startling imagery, Spellbound is classic Hitchcock, featuring stunning performances, an Academy Award®-winning score by Miklos Rozsa, and a captivating dream sequence by Surrealist icon Salvador Dali.
Commentary by Hitchcock scholar Marian Keane
"A Nightmare Ordered by Telephone," an in-depth, illustrated essay on the Salvador Dali-designed dream sequence by James Bigwood
Excerpts from a 1973 audio interview with composer Miklos Rozsa
Complete 1948 Lux Radio Theatre adaptation starring Joseph Cotten and Alida Valli
The Fishko Files: a WNYC/New York Public Radio piece on the theremin
Essays by noted Hitchcock scholars Lesley Brill (The Hitchcock Romance) and Leonard Leff (Hitchcock and Selznick)
Hundreds of behind-the-scenes photos and documents chronicling the film's production, from set photos to ads, posters, and publicity material