The Man Who Knew Too Much (Enhanced Edition) 1934

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Director:
Alfred Hitchcock
Released:
1934
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The Man Who Knew Too Much 1934 Enhanced Edition is a colorized version of the 1934 Alfred Hitchcock film. The film was later remade by Hitchcock in 1956 with James Stewart and Doris Day. The original film tells the story of a British couple, Bob and Jill Lawrence (Leslie Banks and Edna Best) on vacation with their daughter Betty (Nova Pilbeam) in Switzerland. Jill is competing in a clay pigeon shooting competition when they meet and befriend Louis Bernard (Pierre Fresnay) While dancing with Jill, Louis is assassinated. Before dying, Louis confesses to Jill that he is a French spy and asks her to pass on information that could prevent an assassination to the British Consul. The assassins are led by the charming yet evil Abbott (Peter Lorre). Realizing their plot has been discovered, the assassins kidnap the couple's daughter and hold her captive to ensure their silence. Bob and Jill match wits with the Abbott and his assassins in a nerve racking race to save the Ambassador and rescue their daughter.moreless
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    Thrillers, Crime