martes, 6 de febrero de 2007

The Man Who Knew Too Much - Alfred Hitchcock (1934)

While travelling in Switzerland, the child of a well-off couple is kidnapped. She is held to ensure that her father does not reveal what he knows about a planned assassination.

Since they can't talk to the authorities, the parents plan to begin the search for their daughter on their own.

This is the original, British-made movie from 1934 and is now in the public domain. After coming to the United States, Alfred Hitchcock produced a remake of this movie in 1956 starring James (Jimmy) Stewart and Doris Day. The remake remains under copyright.

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