The Man Who Knew Too Much

Title: The Man Who Knew Too Much
Year: 1934
Genre: Thriller
Plot: Whilst holidaying in Switzerland, a British family become embroiled in the world of espionage and an attempted assassination.
Duration: 75 minutes
Credited cast: Leslie Banks (Bob Lawrence), Edna Best (Jill Lawrence), Peter Lorre (Abbott), Frank Vosper (Ramon Levine), Hugh Wakefield (Clive), Nova Pilbeam (Betty Lawrence), Pierre Fresnay (Louis Bernard), Cicely Oates (Nurse Agnes), ,D.A. Clarke-Smith (Binstead - as D.A. Clarke Smith), George Curzon (Gibson)
Uncredited cast: Frank Atkinson (Policeman), Clare Greez (Mrs. Sprocket), Joan Harrison (Secretary), James Knight (Police Inspector), Henry Oscar (Dentist), Charles Paton (Shopkeeper), Frederick Piper (Policeman), H.G. Stoker (Police Chief), Jack Vyvian (Policeman), Percy Walsh (Detective Inspector), Hal Walters (Postman), S.J. Warmington (Rawlings)
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Producer: Ivor Montagu, Michael Balcon
Credited writers: Edwin Greenwood (scenario), A.R. Rawlinson (scenario), Charles Bennett (story), D.B. Wyndham-Lewis (story), Emlyn Williams (additional dialogue)
Cinematography: Curt Courant
Editor: Hugh Stewart
Country: UK
Visual format: Black and White
Sound format: Mono (British Acoustic)

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