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The Man Who Knew Too MuchDr. Ben McKenna is on vacation with his wife and son in Morocco when a chance encounter with a stranger sets their trip, and their lives, on a drastically different course. They accidentally stumble on to an assassination plot and the conspirators are determined to prevent them from interfering.Genre: ThrillerCountry: United StatesDuration: 120 minQuality: HDRelease: 1956IMDb: 7.4Keywords:
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Directors of "The Man Who Knew Too Much"Alfred HitchcockBirthdate: 13 August 1899, Leytonstone, London, England, UK
Creators of "The Man Who Knew Too Much"John Michael HayesBirthdate: 11 May 1919, Worcester, Massachusetts, USACharles BennettBirthdate: 2 August 1899, Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex, England, UK
Critic Reviews of "The Man Who Knew Too Much"Chicago ReaderMarch 27, 2009
The film is uncharacteristically rigid and pious for Hitchcock; it feels more like a work of duty than conviction.VarietyMarch 26, 2009
While drawing the footage out a bit long, he still keeps suspense working at all times and gets strong performances from the two stars and other cast members.Time OutJune 24, 2006
Starting slowly amid colourful but rather superfluous travelogue-style Moroccan footage, the film improves no end as it progresses.New York TimesMarch 25, 2006
Even in mammoth VistaVision, the old Hitchcock thriller-stuff has punch.Radio TimesJuly 29, 2014
James Stewart is superb, and Bernard Miles and Brenda de Banzie make admirable adversaries.Total FilmJuly 29, 2014
Making marvellous use of settings and locations, Hitchcock treats the viewer to superbly choreographed set-pieces.Sky MoviesJuly 29, 2014
Even middling Hitchcock is a cut above most thrillers.Reel Film ReviewsMarch 24, 2014
...a decent thriller that's ultimately saved by its stellar performances and absolutely enthralling last act.Film4March 27, 2009
This version lacks some of the economy of the first, and, unusually for Hitchcock, it sags in the middle. Fortunately, there's a marked improvement as it reaches the last third.Empire MagazineMarch 27, 2009
Hitch's remake of his own film results in an equally compelling action thriller with sterling performances from Stewart and Day.TV GuideMarch 27, 2009
Hitchcock's scenes are beautifully framed and tautly directed.EmanuelLevy.ComJuly 01, 2008
Far superior to the 1934 version, The Man Who Knew Too Much, underestimated at its 1956 release, should be considered as one of Hitchcock's masterpieces.
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