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Alfred Hitchcock
   directed   
Spellbound (1945)
Spellbound
      

Miklos Rozsa
   wrote music for   
Spellbound (1945)
The dream sequence was designed by the surrealist painter Salvador Dali but was longer at first.
For Those About To Rock We Salute You
   features   
Spellbound
At Last
   has the opening line   
I Was Never Spellbound by a Starry Sky, What is There to Moonglow when Love Has Passed You By?
Then there came a midnight, and the world was new; Now here am I so spellbound, darling, not by stars, but just by you; At last my love has come along, My lonely days are over, and life is like a song. written by Mack Gordon and music by Harry Warren for 1941 film "Sun Valley Serenade" and 1942 film "Orchestra Wives" both films featured Glenn Miller and his Orchestra. Ray Eberle and Pat Friday sang it in "Orchestra Wives"
I Know Why (And So Do You)
   has the opening line   
You Possess a Magic Something That Has Me Spellbound when You Are Near;
Just a certain charming something, When you're beside me, miracles appear, For when I look at you. Life's a grand illusion; Why do robins sing in December, Long before the springtime is due? and even though it's snowing, violets are growing, I know why and so do you. written by Mack Gordon and music by Harry Warren in 1941 for the 1941 film "Sun Valley Serenade" sung by John Payne and Sonja Henie with Glenn Miller and his Orchestra.
Spellbound (1945)
   starred   
Ingrid Bergman, Gregory Peck, Rhonda Fleming
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Joseph Cotton
   was considered for the role of   
John Ballentine/Dr. Anthony Edwardes in Spellbound (1945)
Gregory Peck got the part
Cary Grant
   was considered for the role of   
John Ballentine/Dr. Anthony Edwardes in Spellbound (1945)
Gregory Peck got the part
Miklós Rózsa
   composed   
Spellbound Concerto
For piano and orchestra, 1958
Spellbound (1945)
   starred   
Ingrid Bergman, Gregory Peck, Michael Chekhov, and Leo G. Carroll






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