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Suspicion (1941) Poster

(1941)

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Remade as 

American Playhouse: Suspicion (1988) (TV Episode)

Edited into 

Referenced in 

Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Number Twenty-Two (1957) (TV Episode)
Introduction makes joking reference.
Rosemary's Baby (1968)
The Scrabble scene as a plot device to reveal the secret of the husband. In RB, Mia finds out her husband is a witch by playing Scrabble, same as Fontaine comes to realize here
The Dick Cavett Show: Alfred Hitchcock (1972) (TV Episode)
Hitchcock discusses the poisoned milk scene.
Eraserhead (1977)
Juicy chicken cut in a extreme close-up.
The Waltons: Day of Infamy (1978) (TV Episode)
Erin and Elizabeth refer to this film as the best movie Alfred Hitchcock has made to date, refering to a review by infamous gossip columnist, Louella Parsons. The girls are in the theater on December 7, 1941, watching the newsreel preceding the picture, when the theater manager interrupts to announce that Pearl Harbor has been attacked.
Mystery Science Theater 3000: Teenagers from Outer Space (1992) (TV Episode)
In list of Hitchcock movies
The All New Alexei Sayle Show: Episode #1.1 (1994) (TV Episode)
Referenced during 'Psycho Ward Eleven'
The Making of 'Psycho' (1997) (Video)
Melrose Place: Suspicion (1998) (TV Episode)
Title reference
The X-Files: Terms of Endearment (1999) (TV Episode)
Wayne walking up the spiraling staircase in the dark holding a glowing glass of milk (which the audience knows has been "spiked" with a substance) is an homage to the classic Cary Grant scene.
E! Mysteries & Scandals: Orson Welles (1999) (TV Episode)
It is mentioned in a newspaper article.
'Rear Window' Ethics: Remembering and Restoring a Hitchcock Classic (2000) (Video)
mentioned by John Waxman for his father Franz Waxman's score.
The Mitchell and Webb Situation: Episode #1.1 (2001) (TV Episode)
glowing poisoned glass of milk.
Hitchcock and Dial M (2004) (Video)
The title of the film appears on screen when a still image of Cary Grant and Alfred Hitchcock taken on the set of Suspicion is shown.
Personal History: Foreign Hitchcock (2004) (Video)
Behind-the-scenes still is shown.
Lust, Caution (2007)
The poster is seen in the cinema that Wang Jiazhi visits
The Limits of Control (2009)
Tilda Swinton's character mentions the Hitchcock film's title as she switchs two coffee cups on a table
Who Wants to Be a Millionaire: Episode #8.132 (2010) (TV Episode)
Included in a $25,000 question
The Body (2012)
There's a scene in which, Álex ascends a staircase, holding a poisoned glass of wine. This scene resembles very much with the notorious scene from Alfred Hitchcock's Suspicion, in which, Cary Grant ascends a staircase, holding a glass of milk.
Looking Back at 'The Shadow' (2014) (Video)
mentioned once

Featured in 

Telescope: A Talk with Hitchcock (1964) (TV Episode)
A late scene with Cary Grant and Joan Fontaine is shown.
The 42nd Annual Academy Awards (1970) (TV Special)
Kisses (1991) (TV Movie)
Romantic scene between Grant and Fontaine.
The 75th Annual Academy Awards (2003) (TV Special)
Touch of Pink (2004)
The scene of Joan Fontaine titterring is on tv at the beginning of the film.
Before the Fact: Suspicious Hitchcock (2004) (Video)
clips shown
The Hitchcocks on Hitch (2004) (Video)
extracts from Hitchcock's movie are featured
Prayers for Bobby (2009) (TV Movie)
Mary and Bobby watch the movie.
Paul Merton Looks at Alfred Hitchcock (2009) (TV Movie)
Clips included in documentary
A Night at the Movies: The Suspenseful World of Thrillers (2009) (TV Movie)
clip with Cary Grant
The Master's Touch: Hitchcock's Signature Style (2009) (Video)
contains clips from this movie

Spoofed in 

High Anxiety (1977)
Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995)
Draculas line in sequence in opera box (I'm sorry, my dear, but you have such a lovely ucipital mapilary.)
Wonderfalls: Pink Flamingos (2004) (TV Episode)
Sharan carries a glass of milk up the stairs, one laced with tranquilizers. The shots are similar to the famous scene where Johnnie takes milk to his wife in "Suspicion"

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