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Ben McKenna is an American physician taking a vacation in French Morocco with his family. While in the market, a man stabbed in the…

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Genre: Mystery, Thriller.

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  • Summary:   Ben McKenna is an American physician taking a vacation in French Morocco with his family. While in the market, a man stabbed in the back falls in his arms and tells him a secret that is soon to cause him and his family a lot of trouble...
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  • Genres:   Mystery, Thriller
  • Directed by:   Alfred Hitchcock
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"The Man Who Knew Too Much" (1934) Cast:

  • Leslie Banks - Lawrence
  • Edna Best - Jill
  • Peter Lorre - Abbott
  • Frank Vosper - Ramon
  • Hugh Wakefield - Clive
  • Nova Pilbeam - Betty Lawrence
  • Pierre Fresnay - Louis
  • Cicely Oates - Nurse Agnes
  • D. A. Clarke Smith - Binstead
  • George Curzon - Gibson

6 Comments

  1. No soundtrack

  2. This film is not the film indicated in the plot is has a totally different storyline and not even the right cast, very confused

  3. No sound track. Mentioned by Andrew in 2015. This comment posted three years later in 2017

    In that case a) why have you not restored the soundtrack or b) withdrawn the film?

  4. Well, the soundtrack does work in all browsers I’ve tested. I can’t say why it doesn’t work for you. My only suggestion is to try a modern browser like Chrome or Firefox.

  5. This is the correct cast and movie but the description above is incorrect. It refers to the later remake in 1954 that everyone knows with Doris Day and James Stewart, which remade the 1934 Hitchcock plot from being a implied Nazi conspiracy beginning in St. Moritz Switzerland to a Hollywoodized Russian Cold War conspiracy beginning in Morocco. This version is cinematically far better.

  6. I was very impressed with this movie.1 of Hitchcocks best

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