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• Joan Fontaine, who found stardom in two early Alfred Hitchcock films - Rebecca and Suspicion - and had a long stage and screen career, has passed away. She was 96.
KC's View:
Want to seem something totally cool? Watch this clip from Suspicion, in which Fontaine's character worries that her husband, played to smarmy perfection by Cary Grant, is going to use poison to murder her.

It is pretty good bet that you won't be able to take your eyes off the glass of milk that Grant carries up the stairs … and that's because Hitchcock put a lightbulb inside it.

Pure genius.