Story of a young woman who marries a fascinating widower only to find out that she must live in the shadow of his former wife, Rebecca, who died mysteriously several years earlier. The young wife must come to grips with the terrible secret of her handsome, cold husband, Max De Winter. She must also deal with the jealous, obsessed Mrs. Danvers, the housekeeper, who will not accept her as the mistress of the house.
The story follows a newly married young woman who, upon arriving at her husband’s imposing family estate on a bleak English coast, finds herself battling the shadow of his deceased first wife, the mysterious Rebecca, whose legacy continues to haunt the house.
Rebecca's Uncle Harry leaves her with Aunt Miranda who forbids her to associate with show people. But neighbor Anthony Kent is a talent scout who secretly set it up for her to broadcast.
Rebecca has recently split up with Ben. She now lives in the shared flat of her best friend sleeping on the sofa in a walk-through room. Rebecca is restless, walking through the streets of the big city, drifting. Rebecca goes to see her father in a nursing home almost every day. She meets Philipp but she does not really know herself what is going on between the two of them.
A wealthy city man is forced to marry a timid looking village girl, whom he later finds out is not an ordinary girl when they’re both stuck in the middle of a deserted road.
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1917) is a silent film directed by Marshall Neilan based upon the novel Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm by Kate Douglas Wiggin. This version is notable for having been adapted by famed female screenwriter Frances Marion. The film was made by the "Mary Pickford Company" and was an acclaimed box office smash.
Young woman's hectic day exposed to an elderly poet, a near rape, a prophetic schizo, and retired gangsters leads to personal metamorphosis.
A naive young woman moves into the mansion that belongs to her new husband, a rich widower. She soon realizes the memory of his deceased first wife maintains a grip on her husband, as well as the staff of servants.
Rebecca Uthup Kizhakkemala' tells the story of the athlete Rebecca whom her village Kizhakkemala is proud of. In an interesting way the movie plots family relationships through the life of Rebecca. Rebecca Uthup (Ann Augustine) is a winner in the Asian Games and her dream is to be part of the Olympics. For this she even gives up her job. The whole Kizhakkemala has high hopes about Rebecca and they support her by all means. In order to be in Olympics she needs intense training. Arjun is her coach for the same. It was at this time that Oommen Koshy from U K, who is called UK by all, enters Rebecca's life. He is a student at a private college at Kizhakkemala. Rebecca's marriage is being fixed with Kuruvilla, a rich man from Kanjirappally, the native place of Rebecca's mother. The movie moves forward to new planes when these three persons enter Rebecca's life in one way or other
An adaptation of Jan Potocki's The Manuscript Found in Saragossa.
Documentary on Alfred Hitchcock's 1941 film Rebecca and the working relationship of Hitchcock and producer David O. Selznick.
A ruthless Nazi spy. A fearless army major. One has a cause. The other, a conscience. Both had a secret worth dying for.
A self-conscious bride is tormented by the memory of her husband's dead first wife.
Simone Buchanan plays a young camera fanatic who is marooned on a desert island. Here she is threatened by a refugee from South America (Henri Szeps) who isn't keen on having his whereabouts known. Hostility melts into friendship before the rescue boats arrive.
A family still reeling after the accidental death of one of their daughters, returns home after an aborted month long getaway to Rebecca, a seemingly pleasant house sitter. Since they returned early, Rebecca has nowhere to go, so the family invite her to stay. At first, Rebecca is a godsend—she cooks, cleans, and does laundry; but the family soon discovers that the woman is not as innocent and sane as she appears.
French television documentary about author Daphne du Maurier.
The Rebecca riots took place in the rural parts of west Wales, including Pembrokeshire, Cardiganshire, and Carmarthenshire, around 1839-1843. Based on a script that Dylan Thomas wrote for Gainsborough Pictures in 1948, "Rebecca's Daughters" explores the tension between the working and ruling classes in 19th century Wales. Young aristocrat Anthony Raine returns home from India to find the farmers of Pembrokeshire protesting about the rates of a tollgate run by something called "The Whitman Turnpike Trust", headed by the drunken Lord Sarn (Peter O'Toole). So Raine dresses up as a woman, calls himself Rebecca, and leads the common people to victory over their masters.
A detective suspects that the wife and mistress of an abusive man conspired to kill him.
Based on the Gothic romance novel by Daphne Du Maurier, Rebecca is a classic tale of love and hate. Maxim De Winter marries a woman half his age only a year after his first wife, the beautiful and accomplished Rebecca, dies. She finds herself in an aristocratic social world her middle class upbringing did not prepare her for, and housekeeper Mrs Danvers despises her for taking her darling Rebecca's place. But these are not the only problems to face...
Adaptation of the Daphne du Maurier novel.
The series chronicles the personal life (and the wild lifestyle) of Rebecca Wright, a tough-as-nails judge serving on the Los Angeles County Circuit Court, whose time off the bench is spent partying and displaying a reckless behavior. Her reputation is about to be tamed—and judged—by Robby Shoemaker, a eight-year-old boy whose parents Rebecca put behind bars. He might be the one that can turn Rebecca's life around.