Man Who Knew Too Much (Hitchcock 1955)

Release Date: 17 October 2005 | Certificate: Parental Guidance
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James Stewart and Doris Day star in this exciting Hitchcock suspense yarn complete with murder, assassination plots, kidnapping and a hair raising climax. Dr Ben Mackenna (Stewart) and his wife Jo (Day) take their ten year old son on holiday to Morocco and get caught up in a web of intrigue when he is kidnapped. They are forced to travel to London to find him, which results in a memorable murder sequence at the Royal Albert Hall. 'Que Sera Sera', sung by Doris Day, won an Oscar (Best Song 1955).

  • Making of documentary
  • Art gallery
  • Trailer compilation
  • Theatrical trailer.
Release Date: 17 October 2005
Certificate: PG - Parental Guidance
Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock

Region 2
Year 1956
Screen Widescreen 1.85:1 Anamorphic
Languages English ; German - Dolby Digital (2.0) Mono
Subtitles Danish ; Dutch ; English for the hard of hearing ; Finnish ; German ; Norwegian ; Swedish
Duration 1 hour and 47 minutes (approx)


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Very slowly paced but worth sticking with

Hitch could never resist teasing his audience by making them wait for the climax and this is no exception. I didn't realise before today that he made this film in 1934, I wonder why he remade it?



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