Dial M for Murder quotes

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A former tennis player tries to arrange his wife's murder after learning of her affair.

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Writer: Frederick Knott
Production: N/A
Genre: crime, thriller
Year: 1954
MetaScore: 75/100
ImdbRating: 8.2
BoxOffice: $12,562
Released: 29 May 1954
Awards: 5 wins & 3 nominations total

51 Clips & Quotes

You forget detection and concentrate on crime - Dial M for Murder 02:32 You forget detection and concentrate on crime It's funny to think that just a year ago - Dial M for Murder 00:49 It's funny to think that just a year ago People don't commit murder on credit - Dial M for Murder 00:17 People don't commit murder on credit Weren't you - Dial M for Murder 01:33 Weren't you Wait a minute - Dial M for Murder 00:23 Wait a minute At exactly three minutes to eleven - Dial M for Murder 01:17 At exactly three minutes to eleven By the way - Dial M for Murder 00:38 By the way Anyone would have realized he was dead - Dial M for Murder 00:35 Anyone would have realized he was dead What is all this - Dial M for Murder 00:25 What is all this How long have you known this - Dial M for Murder 00:36 How long have you known this I understand now - Dial M for Murder 00:19 I understand now That's the first and last reunion I ever went to - Dial M for Murder 00:25 That's the first and last reunion I ever went to They won't - Dial M for Murder 01:51 They won't I'm so glad we don't have to go to Maureen's - Dial M for Murder 00:12 I'm so glad we don't have to go to Maureen's Even I didn't guess that at once - Dial M for Murder 00:17 Even I didn't guess that at once Let me get you another drink - Dial M for Murder 00:35 Let me get you another drink And Margot was attacked - Dial M for Murder 00:51 And Margot was attacked When did you find out - Dial M for Murder 02:41 When did you find out I think I must have seen you somewhere since we left Cambridge - Dial M for Murder 00:44 I think I must have seen you somewhere since we left... Everything - Dial M for Murder 06:03 Everything Tomorrow night - Dial M for Murder 00:42 Tomorrow night Don't make me stay home - Dial M for Murder 01:04 Don't make me stay home Would any of you fellows have the right time - Dial M for Murder 00:46 Would any of you fellows have the right time What makes you think he came in by this door - Dial M for Murder 01:35 What makes you think he came in by this door You didn't - Dial M for Murder 00:44 You didn't Sooner or later - Dial M for Murder 01:22 Sooner or later I've been following you ever since - Dial M for Murder 00:34 I've been following you ever since There you are - Dial M for Murder 00:40 There you are A stag party - Dial M for Murder 01:36 A stag party Good morning - Dial M for Murder 00:55 Good morning I'm afraid it's true - Dial M for Murder 01:16 I'm afraid it's true Just a minute - Dial M for Murder 01:11 Just a minute I need an alibi - Dial M for Murder 00:30 I need an alibi One thousand pounds in cash - Dial M for Murder 02:16 One thousand pounds in cash It might work out on paper - Dial M for Murder 00:33 It might work out on paper Van Dorn know about  Mr - Dial M for Murder 01:26 Van Dorn know about Mr You can't walk down the street like that   you - Dial M for Murder 00:24 You can't walk down the street like that you And hide behind the curtains - Dial M for Murder 01:14 And hide behind the curtains Always in fivers - Dial M for Murder 01:44 Always in fivers Where's the nearest police station - Dial M for Murder 05:42 Where's the nearest police station Why did you bring me here - Dial M for Murder 00:38 Why did you bring me here When would this take place - Dial M for Murder 00:38 When would this take place We thought you were never coming - Dial M for Murder 00:37 We thought you were never coming This is Mark Halliday - Dial M for Murder 00:38 This is Mark Halliday Some American boys have been playing tennis all over the country - Dial M for Murder 01:26 Some American boys have been playing tennis all over the... I'm Chief Inspector Hubbard - Dial M for Murder 00:54 I'm Chief Inspector Hubbard I'm supposed to have come in through these windows - Dial M for Murder 01:12 I'm supposed to have come in through these windows How do you know my car is for sale - Dial M for Murder 01:19 How do you know my car is for sale How do you go about writing a detective story - Dial M for Murder 02:31 How do you go about writing a detective story We had a burglary last night - Dial M for Murder 00:50 We had a burglary last night As I was saying - Dial M for Murder 00:52 As I was saying

Cast

Tony Wendice - Ray Milland
Margot Wendice - Grace Kelly
Mark Halliday - Robert Cummings
Chief Inspector Hubbard - John Williams
Charles Swann - Anthony Dawson
The Storyteller - Leo Britt
Detective Pearson - Patrick Allen
Detective Williams - George Leigh
First Detective - George Alderson
Police Sergeant O'Brien - Robin Hughes
Ship Passenger - Alex Ball
Banquet Member - Richard Bender
Detective - Sanders Clark
Bobby Outside Flat - Jack Cunningham
Police Photographer - Robert Dobson
Detective - Guy Doleman
Woman Departing Ship - Bess Flowers
Banquet Member - Robert Garvin
Banquet Member - Herschel Graham
Undetermined Role - Michael Hadlow
Man in Phone Booth - Sam Harris
Men's Club Party Member - Harold Miller
Judge at Margot's Trial - Forbes Murray
Waiter at Stag Dinner - William H. O'Brien
Ship Passenger - Monty O'Grady
Banquet Member - Ben Pollock
Detective - Thayer Roberts
Ship Passenger - Bernard Sell
Dock Hand - Ray Spiker
Banquet Member - Norman Stevans