"...with Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant to bring glamour and sultry vitality to the leads..."
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Notorious - Review is taken from 'The Films of Cary Grant' by Donald Deschner (1973):
"The unease that assaults an artist transplanted bodily out of his native soil has affected even veteran director Alfred Hitchcock who, since his arrival in Hollywood, has consistently failed to live up to the standards of Thirty-Nine Steps and The Lady Vanishes. A celebration is therefore in order for his most recent effort, Notorious. With a highly polished script by Ben Hecht, and with Ingrid Bergman and Cary Grant to bring glamour and sultry vitality to the leads, Mr. Hitchcock has fashioned a film in the supercharged American idiom of the sort that made Casablanca popular. With a minimum of tricks and an uncluttered story line, he tells of a beautiful American spy who marries an enemy leader and is rescued at Zero hour by her secret service superior when her husband tries to poison her.
- Hermine Rich Isaacs, Theatre Arts Magazine
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