The Man Who Knew Too Much 1956

A widescreen, Technicolor remake of Hitchcock's own 1934 film of the same title starring James Stewart and Doris Day. A couple vacationing in Morocco with their son accidentally stumble upon an assassination plot. When their son is kidnapped to ensure their silence, they have to take matters into their own hands to save him.

Books with substantial mentioning of The Man Who Knew Too Much
Alan G. Fetrow
Feature Films, 1950 - 1959, a United States Filmography
Jefferson, NC, 1999

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

Christopher Young
The Films of Doris Day
Secaucus, N.J., 1977

Donald Spoto
The Art of Alfred Hitchcock, Fifty Years of His Motion Pictures
New York, 1976
Books with an entry on The Man Who Knew Too Much
Larry Langman & David Ebner
Encyclopedia of American Spy Films
New York & London, 1990
Articles on The Man Who Knew Too Much
Author:Alan Nadel
Title:Colonial Discourse and the Unheard Other in Washington Square and The Man Who Knew Too Much
in:Susan M. Griffin and Alan Nadel (eds.), The Men Who Knew Too Much, New York, 2012
Illustrations:  yes
Related film: The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)

The Man Who Knew Too Much
United States 1956

Directed by

Brenda De Banzie
Bernard Miles
Ralph Truman
Alan Mowbray
Hillary Brooke
Christopher Olsen
Reggie Nalder
Carolyn Jones
Anthony Warde
Milton Frome
Clifford Buckton
Patrick Aherne
Frank Atkinson
Walter Gotell


Running time:120 minutes
Country:United States

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