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Rope (1948)

aka Rope

"It's his most nerve-stretching thriller!"

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Details: 80 mins · English · PG (USA)


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Small Rupert Cadell
Small Brandon Shaw
Small Phillip Morgan
Small Mrs. Atwater
Small Kenneth Lawrence
Small Mrs. Wilson
No_movie_poster David Kentley
No_movie_poster Janet Walker
Small Mr. Kentley
Small Man Walking in Street After Opening Credits


Small Alfred Hitchcock Director
No_movie_poster William H. Ziegler Editor
No_movie_poster Perc Westmore Makeup Artist
No_movie_poster Ben Hecht Screenplay
Small Hume Cronyn Adaptation
No_movie_poster Adrian Costume Design
No_movie_poster Howard Bristol Set Decoration
No_movie_poster Perry Ferguson Art Direction
No_movie_poster Ed Voight Makeup Artist
No_movie_poster Arthur Laurents Screenplay
No_movie_poster Sidney Bernstein Producer
No_movie_poster David Buttolph Music
No_movie_poster William V. Skall Director of Photography
No_movie_poster Joseph A. Valentine Director of Photography
No_movie_poster Emile Kuri Set Decoration
No_movie_poster Agnes Flanagan Hairstylist
No_movie_poster Al Riggs Sound Designer
No_movie_poster Patrick Hamilton Theatre Play
No_movie_poster Fred Ahern Production Supervisor
No_movie_poster Dorothea Holt Art Department Manager
No_movie_poster Morris Rosen Grip
No_movie_poster Richard Emmons Director of Photography
No_movie_poster Eddie Fitzgerald Director of Photography
No_movie_poster Paul Hill Director of Photography
No_movie_poster John Miehle Still Photographer
No_movie_poster James Potevin Lighting Technician
No_movie_poster Leo F. Forbstein Music
No_movie_poster Charlsie Bryant Script Supervisor
Small Alfred Hitchcock Production


"It's his most nerve-stretching thriller!"

"Nothing ever held you like Alfred Hitchcock's Rope."

"It Begins With a Shriek... It Ends With a Shot!"


Two brilliant young aesthetes, Brandon Shaw (Dall) and Phillip Morgan (Granger), perpetrate murder: they strangle to death a former classmate, David Kentley (Dick Hogan), in their apartment. They commit the crime as an intellectual exercise; they want to prove their superiority by committing the "perfect murder".

After hiding the body in a large antique wooden chest, Brandon and Phillip host a dinner party at the apartment which has a panoramic view of Manhattan's skyline. The guests, unaware of what has happened, include the victim's father Mr. Kentley (Cedric Hardwicke) and aunt Mrs. Atwater (Constance Collier); his mother is not able to attend. Also there is his fiancee, Janet Walker (Joan Chandler) and her former lover Kenneth Lawrence (Douglas Dick), who was once David's close friend.

Release Dates:

Theatrical : 1948-08-28 : United States of America

DVD : 2001-03-06