Alfred Hitchhiking

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    The Man Who Knew Too Much, with Peter Lorre, 1934 ?

    Alfred Hitchcock redid his 1934 film in 1956, casting Doris Day and Jimmy Stewart. I saw this one in the theater with my family when it came out. I was 10 and too young to "get it." My father sang "that song" endlessly afterwards. ;)

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    No. Then I will. This was not one of Hitch's best imho.
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    I had to Google Mildred Natwick. Is that cheating? The Trouble With Harry?

    Oh, we've got another one already. I'll pass then.
     
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    If you think that Hitch's stories of suspense and death are a little too dark and tense for most tastes, you’re not alone. Even Hitchcock couldn't bring himself to watch his own movies.

    He said in an interview in 1963, “I’m frightened of my own movies. I never go to see them. I don’t know how people can bear to watch my movies.”
     
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    I will let you off this one time. Yes it is TTWH. Your turn.
     
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    That foto is not for a quiz question.
     
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    @Nancy Hart what bird is in your avatar. Looks like one we have in Australia.
     
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    A cockatiel :cool: (No, I never had one as a pet.)
     
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    I reckon America is now sleeping.
     
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    Alfred Hitchcock Album: Music To Be Murdered By
     
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    GAS is a (very) short story written by Alfred Hitchcock when he was 20 years-old, in 1919.
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