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Man Who Knew Too Much, The (1934) Man Who Knew Too Much, The (1934)

The first of Hitchcock's classic British spy thrillers, which he remade himself in 1956 with James Stewart and Doris Day. The first of Hitchcock's classic British spy thrillers, which he remade himself in 1956 with James Stewart and Doris Day.
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Alfred Hitchcock directs the first of his classic British spy thrillers. While holidaying in the Swiss Alps with their daughter Betty, English couple Bob (Leslie Banks) and Jill Lawrence (Edna Best) are befriended by Frenchman Louis Bernard (Pierre Fresnay). When he is shot by international spies, Louis warns Jill with his dying breath that his killers intend to assassinate a leading diplomat in Britain.

This set includes an exceptionally rare 1972 interview with Hitchcock, alongside footage of him filming on location in London.

Alfred Hitchcock directs the first of his classic British spy thrillers. While holidaying in the Swiss Alps with their daughter Betty, English couple Bob (Leslie Banks) and Jill Lawrence (Edna Best) are befriended by Frenchman Louis Bernard (Pierre Fresnay). When he is shot by international spies, Louis warns Jill with his dying breath that his killers intend to assassinate a leading diplomat in Britain.

This set includes an exceptionally rare 1972 interview with Hitchcock, alongside footage of him filming on location in London.

Extras

> Introduction to The Man Who Knew Too Much by Charles Barr
> Aquarius: Alfred the Great - Hitchcock is interviewed on the 1972 arts programme
> Image Gallery.

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SKU 5027626292348
Catalogue Number 7952923
Product contents 1 disc
Year 1934
Director Alfred Hitchcock
Format DVD
Publisher(s) Network DVD
Countries UK
Aspect ratio 1.33:1
Colour B&W
Sound Mono
Subtitles None
Language(s) English
Running time 72 mins
DVD region 2
Certificate U

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