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The Man Who Knew too Much (1956)

The Man Who Knew too Much is a remake of the film from 1934. It was made in 1955 and released in 1956.

The difference would be that in the original Man Who Knew too Much I wasn’t audience conscious, whereas in the second one I was.
Alfred Hitchcock

Tagline in the opening credits: "A single crash of Cymbals and how it rocked the lives of an American family."

Cast

James Stewart... Dr. Benjamin McKenna
Doris Day... Josephine Conway McKenna
Brenda De Banzie... Lucy Drayton (as Brenda de Banzie)
Bernard Miles... Edward Drayton
Ralph Truman... Inspector Buchanan
Daniel Gélin... Louis Bernard (as Daniel Gelin)
Mogens Wieth... Ambassador
Alan Mowbray... Val Parnell
Hillary Brooke... Jan Peterson
Christopher Olsen... Hank McKenna
Reggie Nalder... Rien
Richard Wattis... Assistant Manager
Noel Willman... Woburn
Alix Talton... Helen Parnell
Yves Brainville... Police Inspector
Carolyn Jones... Cindy Fontaine
Frank Albertson... Worker at the taxidermist's

 

 

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