The Man Who Knew Too Much is a British suspense film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, featuring Peter Lorre, and released by Gaumont British. It was one of the most successful and critically acclaimed films of Hitchcock's British period. Hitchcock remade the film with James Stewart and Doris Day in 1956 for Paramount Pictures; it's the only film he ever remade. The two films are, however, very different in tone, in setting, and in many plot details. The film has nothing at all in common with G. K. Chesterton's 1922 book of detective stories of the same name. Hitchcock decided to use the title...
|Release date:||December 22, 1934|
|Directed by:||Alfred Hitchcock|
|Music by:||Arthur Benjamin|
|Screenplay by:||A. R. Rawlinson, Charles Bennett, Edwin Greenwood|