Strangers on a Train quotes

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A psychopath forces a tennis star to comply with his theory that two strangers can get away with murder.

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Writer: Raymond Chandler, Czenzi Ormonde, Whitfield Cook
Production: Warner Bros.
Year: 1951
MetaScore: 88/100
ImdbRating: 8.0
BoxOffice: N/A
Released: 30 Jun 1951
Awards: Nominated for 1 Oscar. 2 wins & 2 nominations total


47 Clips & Quotes

Poor unfortunate girl - Strangers on a Train 00:49 Poor unfortunate girl I may be old fashioned - Strangers on a Train 00:25 I may be old fashioned Don't worry - Strangers on a Train 00:20 Don't worry I admire people who do things - Strangers on a Train 00:13 I admire people who do things Daddy doesn't mind a little scandal - Strangers on a Train 00:15 Daddy doesn't mind a little scandal I do hope you've forgotten about that silly little plan of yours - Strangers on a Train 00:45 I do hope you've forgotten about that silly little plan of... You had no trouble - Strangers on a Train 00:31 You had no trouble I beg your pardon - Strangers on a Train 00:16 I beg your pardon One doesn't always have to say what one thinks - Strangers on a Train 00:16 One doesn't always have to say what one thinks Come see my painting - Strangers on a Train 00:38 Come see my painting It's pretty late to start flirting with a discarded husband - Strangers on a Train 00:20 It's pretty late to start flirting with a discarded husband Criss cross - Strangers on a Train 00:09 Criss cross The wedding - Strangers on a Train 00:29 The wedding I read of a case once - Strangers on a Train 01:37 I read of a case once Doesn't that bloodhound ever relax - Strangers on a Train 00:31 Doesn't that bloodhound ever relax Excuse me - Strangers on a Train 00:19 Excuse me I have a theory that you should do everything before you die - Strangers on a Train 00:19 I have a theory that you should do everything before you die Obstructing the wheels of justice - Strangers on a Train 00:26 Obstructing the wheels of justice For instance - Strangers on a Train 00:47 For instance Bruno Anthony - Strangers on a Train 03:39 Bruno Anthony How do you do - Strangers on a Train 01:21 How do you do I like you - Strangers on a Train 00:23 I like you This is a nice item for the gossips - Strangers on a Train 00:25 This is a nice item for the gossips Who's the interesting looking Frenchman with the Darvilles - Strangers on a Train 00:28 Who's the interesting looking Frenchman with the Darvilles I'm afraid I don't know what a 'smoocher' is - Strangers on a Train 00:11 I'm afraid I don't know what a 'smoocher' is Dreadful business - Strangers on a Train 00:55 Dreadful business I'm not going to shoot you - Strangers on a Train 00:15 I'm not going to shoot you When's the wedding - Strangers on a Train 00:30 When's the wedding Everyone has somebody that they want to put out of the way - Strangers on a Train 00:43 Everyone has somebody that they want to put out of the way Get him to do it - Strangers on a Train 02:43 Get him to do it We need your help - Strangers on a Train 00:09 We need your help I don't think you know what you want - Strangers on a Train 00:38 I don't think you know what you want I'd like to talk with you sometime - Strangers on a Train 01:19 I'd like to talk with you sometime I went to college - Strangers on a Train 01:12 I went to college You think my theory is okay - Strangers on a Train 00:12 You think my theory is okay You sound so savage - Strangers on a Train 00:41 You sound so savage Are we going to go to the Tunnel of Love - Strangers on a Train 00:16 Are we going to go to the Tunnel of Love You're trembling - Strangers on a Train 00:20 You're trembling One doesn't always have to  say  what one thinks - Strangers on a Train 00:25 One doesn't always have to say what one thinks I've just been talking to your shadow - Strangers on a Train 00:54 I've just been talking to your shadow I thought he was a bit weird when he arrived - Strangers on a Train 00:49 I thought he was a bit weird when he arrived We'd better be getting back - Strangers on a Train 00:24 We'd better be getting back Miriam   murdered - Strangers on a Train 00:43 Miriam murdered You're going to do a murder - Strangers on a Train 00:59 You're going to do a murder You look so pale - Strangers on a Train 00:19 You look so pale Glad to meet you - Strangers on a Train 00:34 Glad to meet you I wonder where he went - Strangers on a Train 00:25 I wonder where he went

Cast

Guy Haines - Farley Granger
Anne Morton - Ruth Roman
Bruno Antony - Robert Walker
Sen. Morton - Leo G. Carroll
Barbara Morton - Patricia Hitchcock
Miriam Joyce Haines - Kasey Rogers
Mrs. Antony - Marion Lorne
Mr. Antony - Jonathan Hale
Police Capt. Turley - Howard St. John
Prof. Collins - John Brown
Mrs. Cunningham - Norma Varden
Det. Leslie Hennessey - Robert Gist
Policeman - Joel Allen
Boatman - Murray Alper
Dowager - Monya Andre
Police Officer - Benjie Bancroft
Tennis Match Spectator - Harry Baum
Tennis Umpire - Brooks Benedict
Tennis Judge - Al Bridge
Carnival Patron - Joe Brooks
Blind Man - John Butler
Anthonys' Butler - Leonard Carey
Miriam's Boss - Edward Clark
Party Guest - Oliver Cross
Fred Reynolds - Jack Cushingham
Detective at Merry-Go-Round - John Daheim
Det. Hammond - John Doucette
General - Party Guest - Jay Eaton
Policeman - Roy Engel
Party Guest - Herbert Evans
Party Guest - Franklyn Farnum
Miriam's Boyfriend - Tommy Farrell
Linesman - Tom Ferrandini
Train Passenger Requesting Light - Sam Flint
Tennis Match Spectator - Kay Garrett
Bus Driver - Robert Haines
Tennis Match Spectator - Stuart Hall
Party Guest - Sam Harris
Lt. Campbell - Edward Hearn
Carnival Game Proprietor - Al Hill
Man Under Merry-Go-Round - Harry Hines
Man Boarding Train Carrying a Double Bass - Alfred Hitchcock
Secretary - Mary Alan Hokanson
Mrs. Joyce - Edna Holland
Mortons' Butler - J. Louis Johnson
Tennis Match Spectator / Carnival Attendee - Fred Kelsey
Detective at Carnival - Mike Lally
Police Desk Sergeant - Perc Launders
Boy with Balloon - Louis Lettieri
Policeman at Merry-Go-Round - George Magrill
Bystander at Drain - Charles Marsh
Party Guest - Thomas Martin
Man on Train - Paul McGuire
Bystander at Drain - David McMahon
Judge Donahue - Charles Meredith
Seedy Man at Carnival - Ralph Moody
Boatman - Mike Morelli
Miriam's Boyfriend - Roland Morris
Madame Darville - Odette Myrtil
Party Guest - Richard Neill
Tennis Match Spectator - Barry Norton
Carnival Patron - Spec O'Donnell
Bystander at Merry-Go-Round - Paul Panzer
Dowager - Minna Phillips
Train Passenger - Anthony Redondo
Monsieur Darville - Georges Renavent
Bystander at Merry-Go-Round Wreck - Suzanne Ridgway
Guy Haines' tennis opponent - Wayne Rogers
Minister - Dick Ryan
Carnival Patron - Brick Sullivan
Mrs. Anderson - Laura Treadwell
Soda Jerk - Joe Warfield
Waiter on Train - Howard Washington
Carnival Patron - Chalky Williams
Bystander at Drain - Robert B. Williams