Strangers on a Train 1951



On a train from Washington to New York, tennis star Guy Haines is provoked into conversation by a rich - and obviously neurotic - young man, Bruno Anthony. Guy wants to divorce his wife, Bruno hates his father. Half jokingly Bruno suggests the perfect crime - they will each commit the other's murder.

Books with substantial mentioning of Strangers on a Train
Tom Pendergast, Sara Pendergast (eds.)
International Dictionary of Films and Filmmakers, 1. Films
Detroit/New York/San Francisco/London/Boston/Woodbridge, CT, 2000

Danny Peary
Alternate Oscars, One Critic's Defiant Choices for Best Picture, Actor, and Actress - From 1927 to the Present
New York, 1993

Robert A. Harris & Michael S. Lasky
The Films of Alfred Hitchcock
Secaucus, NJ, 1979

Donald Spoto
The Art of Alfred Hitchcock, Fifty Years of His Motion Pictures
New York, 1976

Albert J. LaValley (editor)
Focus on Hitchcock
Englewood Cliffs, N.J., 1972

Robin Wood
Hitchcock's Films
New York, 1969
Books with an entry on Strangers on a Train
Michael F. Keaney
Film Noir Guide, 745 Films of the Classic Era, 1940-1959
Jefferson, North Carolina, and London, 2003
Articles on Strangers on a Train
Author:Robert J. Corber
Title:Hitchcock's Washington. Spectatorship, Ideology, and the "Homosexual Menace" in Strangers on a Train
in:Jonathan Freedman and Richard Millington (eds.), Hitchcock's America, New York; Oxford, 1999
Pp:99-121
Illustrations:  yes
Related film: Strangers on a Train (1951)
Related person:   Alfred Hitchcock
Author:Brian T. Edwards
Title:Henry James and Alfred Hitchcock after the American Century, Circulation and nonreturn in The American Scene and Strangers on a Train
in:Susan M. Griffin and Alan Nadel (eds.), The Men Who Knew Too Much, New York, 2012
Pp:48-58
Illustrations:  yes
Related film: Strangers on a Train (1951)

Strangers on a Train
United States 1951

Directed by

Cast
Marion Lorne
Jonathan Hale
Howard St. John
Murray Alper
Paul Panzer
Franklyn Farnum
Edward Hearn
Al Hill
Herbert Evans
Sam Flint
Dick Wessel
Odette Myrtil
Charles Meredith
Robert Williams

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Year:1951
Country:United States
Language:English
French

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