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Rebecca (1940) Poster

(1940)

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Version of 

Rebecca (1947) (TV Movie)
based on the same novel by Daphne du Maurier
Broadway Television Theatre: Rebecca (1952) (TV Episode)
based on the same novel by Daphne du Maurier
Rebecca (1962) (TV Movie)
based on the same novel by Daphne du Maurier
Kohraa (1964)
based on the same novel by Daphne du Maurier
Naina (1973)
based on the same novel by Daphne du Maurier
Rebecca (1979) (TV Series)
based on the same novel by Daphne du Maurier
Rebecca (1997) (TV Movie)
based on the same novel by Daphne du Maurier
Rebecca, la prima moglie (2008) (TV Movie)
based on the same novel by Daphne du Maurier
Anamika: The Untold Story (2008)
based on the same novel by Daphne du Maurier

Remade as 

Huihun ye (1962)
At Midnight (1964)
Rebecca, la prima moglie (2008) (TV Movie)

Edited into 

References 

Three Little Pigs (1933) (Short)
Jack Favell once claims he is not the Big Bad Wolf.

Referenced in 

The Alchemist in Hollywood (1940) (Short)
This film's title is show on a theatre marquee.
Topper Returns (1941)
A police officer calls the similar-looking housekeeper "Rebecca."
Citizen Kane (1941)
The Spiral Staircase (1945)
The art director is the same, and he re-uses part of the interiors decors from that film.
The Time of Their Lives (1946)
Mildred Dean: [to Emily] Pardon me, but did I see you in "Rebecca?"
The Second Woman (1950)
There are several references to this film - the opening voice-over, the burning down of a house, the affair of the 'wife'.
Blanca por fuera y Rosa por dentro (1971)
The character Camilo mentions the movie Rebecca (1940).
The Dick Cavett Show: Alfred Hitchcock (1972) (TV Episode)
Hitchcock discusses the direction of a scene.
Cannon: The Star (1975) (TV Episode)
Mrs. Cain and her husband are watching this movie when Cannon bursts in. Joan Fontaine, who plays Mrs. Cain, starred in the movie.
Inferno (1980)
The Scarlett O'Hara War (1980) (TV Movie)
Mentioned by David O. Selznick.
Creepshow (1982)
Henry Fonda: The Man and His Movies (1982) (TV Movie)
Laurence Olivier is mentioned as an oscar rival to Fonda
Latidos de pánico (1983)
Mentioned by one of the characters
Angel Heart (1987)
The Making of a Legend: Gone with the Wind (1988) (TV Movie)
Mentioned as a future Seznick picture
Mrs. Greer (1994) (Short)
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Bloodlust! (1994) (TV Episode)
Crow: I dreamed I went to Manderlay.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Samson vs. the Vampire Women (1995) (TV Episode)
Crow: "I dreamed I visited El Manderlay last night."
Biography: Darryl F. Zanuck: 20th Century Filmmaker (1995) (TV Episode)
Poster shown of Oscar winner
Men Behaving Badly: Jamie Needs a Kid (1997) (TV Episode)
Poster on wall in video store
The Making of 'Psycho' (1997) (Video)
After Life (1998)
Character is Joan Fontaine fan, citing Rebecca and September Affair
The Man Who Came to Dinner (2000) (TV Movie)
mentioned in dialogue
Tomb Raider: Chronicles (2000) (Video Game)
In the first video intro of the game posters of "Rebecca" and "Casablanca" can be seen in a wall
Breeze (2000) (Short)
'Rear Window' Ethics: Remembering and Restoring a Hitchcock Classic (2000) (Video)
mentioned by John Waxman for his father Franz Waxman's score.
The Others (2001)
Who Is Cletis Tout? (2001)
quoted by Critical Jim
Gosford Park (2001)
8 Women (2002)
Footballers' Wives: Episode #3.7 (2004) (TV Episode)
The newspapers say that Kyle giving Elaine his dead wife's dress has shades of the film.
Personal History: Foreign Hitchcock (2004) (Video)
Mentioned by Robert Osborne and Patricia Hitchcock.
JAG: Hail & Farewell: Part 2 (2004) (TV Episode)
Coates quotes the opening lines, and mentions the book was her favorite growing up
Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater (2004) (Video Game)
Para-Medic says that this film was the first she ever saw in a theater.
The Mostly Unfabulous Social Life of Ethan Green (2005)
a man says that historic places should be named, "like Manderley"
Jeopardy!: Episode #22.32 (2005) (TV Episode)
correct response in "Movies to the Max" category
Jeopardy!: 2010 Tournament of Champions Quarterfinal 2 (2010) (TV Episode)
Subject of a $1,200 clue in the category "Hitchcock Movie Quotes"
This Means War (2012)
Lauren mentions it as an alternative on DVD
Castle: The Lives of Others (2013) (TV Episode)
Main murder victim's last name is DeWinter.

Featured in 

Vida en sombras (1953)
Carlos and Luis go to the cinema to watch Rebecca
Twilight Zone: The Howling Man (1960) (TV Episode)
The establishing shot of the hermitage is teken from the opening scene.
Hollywood: The Selznick Years (1969) (TV Movie)
Olivier comes clean about Rebecca to Fontaine / Mrs. Danvers taunts Fontaine
Alfred Hitchcock: The Art of Making Movies (1990) (Short)
clip shown during the pre-show.
The Celluloid Closet (1995)
Mrs. Danvers and Rebecca's underclothes.
The Cider House Rules (1999)
Homer and Candy watch the movie in a theater
Hitchcock: Shadow of a Genius (1999) (TV Movie)
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Thrills: America's Most Heart-Pounding Movies (2001) (TV Special)
This film is #80 on the list.
The 75th Annual Academy Awards (2003) (TV Special)
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes & Villains (2003) (TV Special)
Mrs. Danvers is #31 on the "Villains" list.
The Ultimate Film (2004) (TV Movie)
number 73
Hitchcocked! (2006) (TV Movie)
Clips featured.
The 80th Annual Academy Awards (2008) (TV Special)
Best Picture montage
The Rotten Tomatoes Show: Despicable Me/The Kids Are All Right (2010) (TV Episode)
"Lesbians in Cinema" segment
W.E. (2011)
Plays in the theatre scene
Vito (2011)
Clips featured.
The EE British Academy Film Awards (2014) (TV Special)
Clip shown.

Spoofed in 

The Carol Burnett Show: Episode #6.3 (1972) (TV Episode)
Parodied as "Rebecky".
Murder by Death (1976)
Scene where Bensonmum accompanies Dick & Dora Charleston to their room (with references to the late Mrs Twain), resembles scene in Rebecca (1940) where Mrs Danvers accompanies the newly arrived second Mrs de Winter, around the Manderley estate (with references to the first Mrs de Winter).
High Anxiety (1977)
Guiding Light: Episode dated 15 February 1982 (1982) (TV Episode)
Nola fantasizes that she, Quinton, and Mrs. Renfield are the lead characters in the classic film
Mama's Family: I Do, I Don't (1988) (TV Episode)
Mama Thelma Harper's fantasy sequence is a spoof the 1940 Hitchcock film
Heartbreakers (2001)
Rebecca 2 (2011)
The director is a massive fan of Hitchcock and named this film 'Rebecca 2' as a homage to the original Rebecca

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