Phantom Lady gives us an opportunity to understand the unique and complicated bond Joan Harrison shared with Alfred Hitchcock. She went from secretary to his star writer, collaborator, assistant, and muse. He gave her complete autonomy, but he never gave her credit. Having a front row seat to the next to the master left her struggling to find her own voice. Joan Harrison was a remarkable woman of taste and style who helped establish the Hitchcock “brand.” She may be the greatest female producer you’ve never heard of.
—Illeana Douglas, actress, producer, and author of I Blame Dennis Hopper: And Other Stories from a Life Lived in and Out of the Movies