The Man Who Knew Too Much

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

Directors: Alfred Hitchcock, Howard Joslin, Basil Keys
Actors: James Stewart, Doris Day, Brenda de Banzie, Bernard Miles, Ralph Truman, Daniel Gu00e9lin, Mogens Wieth, Alan Mowbray, Hillary Brooke, Christopher Olsen, Reggie Nalder
Countrys: USA

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Score Rating Count Release Date RunTime
7.5 49,066 1956-06-01 120

Crew Details

Job Title Member Name Job Title Member Name
DirectorAlfred HitchcockAuthorCharles Bennett
ScreenplayJohn Michael HayesProducerHerbert Coleman
ProducerAlfred HitchcockOriginal Music ComposerBernard Herrmann
Director of PhotographyRobert BurksEditorGeorge Tomasini
Art DirectionHenry BumsteadArt DirectionHal Pereira
Set DecorationSam ComerSet DecorationArthur Krams
StuntsTed MapesStoryD.B. Wyndham-Lewis
Additional WritingAngus MacPhailCastingEdward R. Morse
CastingTony ReganCostume DesignEdith Head
Makeup Department HeadWally WestmoreHairstylistVirginia Darcy
Makeup ArtistDan GreenwayProduction ManagerHugh Brown
Production ManagerFrank CaffeyUnit Production ManagerC.O. Erickson
Assistant DirectorHoward JoslinSecond UnitHerbert Coleman
Assistant DirectorBasil KeysOtherDorothea Holt
Property MasterNeil WheelerSet CostumerPhyllis Dalton
Assistant EditorSam VitaleMusic EditorJohn C. Hammell
First Assistant CameraNeil BinneyVisual EffectsFarciot Edouart
Visual EffectsJohn P. FultonGafferVic Jones
Sound RecordistGene Garvin

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