The Man Who Knew Too Much 1934

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The Man Who Knew Too Much ★★★ 1934

Hitchcock's first international success. A British family man on vacation in Switzerland is told of an assassination plot by a dying agent. His daughter is kidnapped to force his silence. In typical Hitchcock fashion, the innocent person becomes caught in a web of intrigue; the sticky situation culminates with surprising events during the famous shootout in the final scenes. Remade by Hitchcock in 1956. 75m/B VHS, DVD . GB Leslie Banks, Edna Best, Peter Lorre, Nova Pilbeam, Pierre Fresnay, Frank Vosper, Hugh Wakefield, Cicely Oates, D. A. Clarke-Smith, George Curzon, Henry Oscar, Wilfrid Hyde-White; D: Alfred Hitchcock; W: Emlyn Williams, Charles Bennett, A.R. Rawlinson, Edwin Greenwood, D. B. Wyndham-Lewis; C: Curt Courant.

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