The Man Who Knew Too Much


The Man Who Knew Too Much

Overview:

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.

Votes 270 (7.3/10)

Runtime: 120 minutes

Release Date 1956-06-01

Budget: $2,500,000.00

Revenue: $10,250,000.00

Tagline: A little knowledge can be a deadly thing!

Production company:

  • Paramount Pictures

Production country:

  • United States of America

Genres:

  • Adventure
  • Crime
  • Drama
  • Mystery
  • Thriller

Trailer

Further Information

Dr. Ben McKenna
James Stewart
James Stewart
Jo McKenna
Doris Day
Doris Day
Lucy Drayton
Brenda De Banzie
Brenda De Banzie
Edward Drayton
Bernard Miles
Bernard Miles
Val Parnell
Alan Mowbray
Alan Mowbray
Jan Peterson
Hillary Brooke
Hillary Brooke
Hank McKenna
Christopher Olsen
Christopher Olsen
Louis Bernard
Daniel Gélin
Daniel Gélin
Assassin at Albert Hall
Reggie Nalder
Reggie Nalder
Conductor at Albert Hall
Bernard Herrmann
Bernard Herrmann
Cindy Fontaine
Carolyn Jones
Carolyn Jones
Helen Parnell
Alix Talton
Alix Talton
Assistant Manager
Richard Wattis
Richard Wattis
Buchanan
Ralph Truman
Ralph Truman
Ambassador
Mogens Wieth
Mogens Wieth
Woburn
Noel Willman
Noel Willman
Police Inspector
Yves Brainville
Yves Brainville
Handyman (uncredited)
Patrick Aherne
Patrick Aherne
Worker at the Taxidermist's (uncredited)
Frank Albertson
Frank Albertson
Taxidermist (uncredited)
Frank Atkinson
Frank Atkinson
Taxidermist (uncredited)
John Barrard
John Barrard
Taxidermist (uncredited)
Mayne Lynton
Mayne Lynton
Sir Kenneth Clarke (uncredited)
Clifford Buckton
Clifford Buckton
Church Member (uncredited)
Walter Bacon
Walter Bacon
Church Member (uncredited)
Lovyss Bradley
Lovyss Bradley
Church Member (uncredited)
Nora Bush
Nora Bush
Church Member (uncredited)
Ann Kunde
Ann Kunde
Church Member (uncredited)
Jean Ransome
Jean Ransome
French Policeman (uncredited)
Albert Carrier
Albert Carrier
French Policeman (uncredited)
Louis Mercier
Louis Mercier
French Policeman (uncredited)
Anthony Warde
Anthony Warde
Royal Albert Hall Attendee (uncredited)
Frank Baker
Frank Baker
Royal Albert Hall Attendee (uncredited)
Oliver Cross
Oliver Cross
Royal Albert Hall Attendee (uncredited)
Sam Harris
Sam Harris
Royal Albert Hall Attendee (uncredited)
Jimmie Horan
Jimmie Horan
Royal Albert Hall Attendee (uncredited)
Carl M. Leviness
Carl M. Leviness
Royal Albert Hall Attendee (uncredited)
Lee Miller
Lee Miller
Royal Albert Hall Attendee (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey
Arthur Tovey
Edington (uncredited)
Harry Fine
Harry Fine
Man (uncredited)
Alex Frazer
Alex Frazer
Aide to Prime Minister (uncredited)
Wolf Frees
Wolf Frees
Aide to Prime Minister (uncredited)
Richard Marner
Richard Marner
Guard (uncredited)
Milton Frome
Milton Frome
Guard (uncredited)
Walter Gotell
Walter Gotell
Chauffeur (uncredited)
Leo Gordon
Leo Gordon
Conductor / Himself (uncredited)
Bernard Herrmann
Bernard Herrmann
Man in Morocco Marketplace (uncredited)
Alfred Hitchcock
Alfred Hitchcock
Bernard's Date at Restaurant (uncredited)
Gladys Holland
Gladys Holland
Ambrose Chappell Sr (uncredited)
George Howe
George Howe
Ambrose Chappell Jr (uncredited)
Richard Wordsworth
Richard Wordsworth
Arab (uncredited)
Eumenio Blanco
Eumenio Blanco
Arab (uncredited)
Allen Jaffe
Allen Jaffe
Arab (uncredited)
Lou Krugman
Lou Krugman
Butler (uncredited)
Harold Kasket
Harold Kasket
Patterson (uncredited)
Barry Keegan
Barry Keegan
General Manager of Albert Hall (uncredited)
Lloyd Lamble
Lloyd Lamble
Detective (uncredited)
Lewis Martin
Lewis Martin
Henchman (uncredited)
Ralph Neff
Ralph Neff
Uniformed Attendant (uncredited)
John O'Malley
John O'Malley
Special Branch Officer (uncredited)
Eric Snowden
Eric Snowden
Special Branch Officer (uncredited)
Patrick Whyte
Patrick Whyte
Box Office Woman (uncredited)
Alma Taylor
Alma Taylor
Footman (uncredited)
Guy Verney
Guy Verney
Police Sergeant (uncredited)
Peter Williams
Peter Williams
Butler (uncredited)
John Marshall
John Marshall
Director
Alfred Hitchcock
Alfred Hitchcock
Author
Charles Bennett
Charles Bennett
Screenplay
John Michael Hayes
John Michael Hayes
Producer
Herbert Coleman
Herbert Coleman
Producer
Alfred Hitchcock
Alfred Hitchcock
Original Music Composer
Bernard Herrmann
Bernard Herrmann
Director of Photography
Robert Burks
Robert Burks
Editor
George Tomasini
George Tomasini
Art Direction
Henry Bumstead
Henry Bumstead
Art Direction
Hal Pereira
Hal Pereira
Set Decoration
Sam Comer
Sam Comer
Set Decoration
Arthur Krams
Arthur Krams
Stunts
Ted Mapes
Ted Mapes
Story
D.B. Wyndham-Lewis
D.B. Wyndham-Lewis
Additional Writing
Angus MacPhail
Angus MacPhail
Casting
Edward R. Morse
Edward R. Morse
Casting
Tony Regan
Tony Regan
Costume Design
Edith Head
Edith Head
Makeup Department Head
Wally Westmore
Wally Westmore
Hairstylist
Virginia Darcy
Virginia Darcy
Makeup Artist
Dan Greenway
Dan Greenway
Production Manager
Hugh Brown
Hugh Brown
Production Manager
Frank Caffey
Frank Caffey
Unit Production Manager
C.O. Erickson
C.O. Erickson
Assistant Director
Howard Joslin
Howard Joslin
Second Unit
Herbert Coleman
Herbert Coleman
Assistant Director
Basil Keys
Basil Keys
Other
Dorothea Holt
Dorothea Holt
Property Master
Neil Wheeler
Neil Wheeler
Set Costumer
Phyllis Dalton
Phyllis Dalton
Assistant Editor
Sam Vitale
Sam Vitale
Music Editor
John C. Hammell
John C. Hammell
First Assistant Camera
Neil Binney
Neil Binney
Visual Effects
Farciot Edouart
Farciot Edouart
Visual Effects
John P. Fulton
John P. Fulton
Gaffer
Vic Jones
Vic Jones
Sound Recordist
Gene Garvin
Gene Garvin
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