Ingrid Bergman and Gregory Peck starred in Spellbound, a film that's unique in the Hitchcock canon. It may be the first (and Hitchcock's only) "psychoanalytical thriller," with a plot that hinges on psychoanalysis as it was understood and practiced in 1945. It features pioneering use of the theremin in Miklos Rozsa's spooky (and Oscar-winning) score. It's And there's nothing quite like the film's dream sequence, which was designed by Salvador Dali. Spellbound will be the last entry in the Prytania Theatre's current Hitchcock series, with screenings at noon on Sunday, Feb.1 and Wednesday, Feb. 4. Tickets are $5.75.