The Man Who Knew Too Much (March 1, 1935)

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The Man Who Knew Too Much
 

Released on March 1, 1935: A couple's teen daughter is kidnapped after they find secret evidence of an assassination plot, and they try to find and rescue their daughter without the help of Scotland Yard.

Produced by Michael Balcon

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

The Actors: Leslie Banks (Bob Lawrence), Edna Best (Jill Lawrence), Peter Lorre (Abbott), Frank Vosper (Ramon), Hugh Wakefield (Clive), Nova Pilbeam (Betty Lawrence), Peirre Fresnay (Louis Bernard), Cicely Oates (Nurse Agnes), D.A. Clark Smith (Police Inspector Binstead), and George Curzon (Gibson, Secret Service), Frank Atkinson (policeman who was shot behind matress), Tony De Lungo (hotel manager), Clare Greet (Mrs. Brockett), Joan Harrison (secretary), James Knight (Police Inspector), Henry Oscar (George Barber the dentist), Charles Paton (shopkeeper), Frederick Piper (policeman with rifle), H.G. Stoker (Police Chief at the siege), Jack Vyvian (Baker, the policeman shot at the front door), Percy Walsh (Detective Inspector), S.J. Warmington (Rawlings, a gang member), Betty Bascomb (unknown), Alfred Hitchcock (man in raincoat passing the bus), Arnold Lucy (unknown), Hal Walters (postman), Edward Wild (unknown)

 

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The Mother Who Could Shoot

What could be better than a winter vacation to the Swiss Alps. Bob and Jill Lawrence are enjoying the time with their teen daughter Betty. Their good friend Louis is also in St. Moritz and a grand time is being had by all. Bob and his daughter Betty go to the skeet shooting area to watch Jill. Jill is an expert marksman with a rifle, but this day she misses her shot because her young daughter made some noise as she was about to aim and fire at the clay pigeon. Later at dinner Jill is dancing with their friend Louis while her husband and daughter watch. Husband Bob attaches a thread from his wife’s knitting to Louis and along with his teen daughter watch happily as the thread unwinds and entangles everyone on the dance floor. His wife Jill and friend Louis are amused, . . . . And then it happens. . . . While Louis and Jill are standing amid the windings of wool, a bullet crashes through the window of the ski lodge. . . . Suddenly Louis realizes that he has been shot, and he slowly falls to the floor. . . . Before he dies, he whispers instructions to Jill. . . . It turns out that Louis is with the British Secret Service, and he has vital information about an upcoming assassination plot that will rock the world. . . . Soon husband Bob finds the secret note with information about the assassination, but before he can tell the Foreign Office about the secret clue he is handed another note. . . . A note telling him that if he ever wants to see his daughter alive again, he will never tell what the dead Secret Service spy wrote on his note. . . . The terrified parents decide not to tell Scotland Yard about the clues to the assassination and use the clues to find their daughter. The search for their daughter will end with father being captured along with his daughter, leading to a blazing gun battle with London’s finest. It all comes to a suspenseful Alfred Hitchcock climax when the bad guy chases young Betty on the roof . . . . Someone must shoot him without harming young Betty . . . . There is one more shot to take . . . . A shot that will kill daughter Betty if it is not a perfect shot . . . A shot that Scotland Yard’s best marksmen will not try . . . A shot that young Betty’s mother must make. . . . A perfect shot . . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Edna Best fires the shot
Edna Best fires the shot
Peter Lorre
Peter Lorre
The Note
The Note
Cicely Oates
Cicely Oates
Cicely Oates and Peter Lorre
Cicely Oates and Peter Lorre
Cicely Oates
Cicely Oates
Edna Best
Edna Best
Edna Best
Edna Best
Edna Best
Edna Best
Edna Best
Edna Best
Frank Vosper
Frank Vosper
Frank Vosper
Frank Vosper
Henry Oscar
Henry Oscar
Hugh Wakefield
Hugh Wakefield
Hugh Wakefield and Leslie Banks
Hugh Wakefield and Leslie Banks
Hugh Wakefield
Hugh Wakefield
Leslie Banks and Clare Greet
Leslie Banks and Clare Greet
Leslie Banks and Frank Vosper
Leslie Banks and Frank Vosper
Leslie Banks and George Curzon
Leslie Banks and George Curzon
Leslie Banks and Henry Oscar
Leslie Banks and Henry Oscar
Leslie Banks, Edna Best and George Curzon
Leslie Banks, Edna Best and George Curzon
Leslie Banks, Nova Pilbeam and Pierre Fresnay
Leslie Banks, Nova Pilbeam and Pierre Fresnay
Leslie Banks and Edna Best
Leslie Banks and Edna Best
Leslie Banks and Peter Lorre
Leslie Banks and Peter Lorre
Leslie Banks and Peter Lorre
Leslie Banks and Peter Lorre
Leslie Banks, Edna Best, Pierre Fresnay and Nova Pilbeam
Leslie Banks, Edna Best, Pierre Fresnay and Nova Pilbeam
Nova Pilbeam and Cicely Oates
Nova Pilbeam and Cicely Oates
Peter Lorre and Clare Greet
Peter Lorre and Clare Greet
Peter Lorre and Frank Vosper
Peter Lorre and Frank Vosper
Peter Lorre, Leslie Banks and Nova Pilbeam
Peter Lorre, Leslie Banks and Nova Pilbeam
Pierre Fresnay and Edna Best
Pierre Fresnay and Edna Best
S.J. Warmington, Peter Lorre and Clare Greet
S.J. Warmington, Peter Lorre and Clare Greet