The Man Who Knew Too Much quotes

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While holidaying in Switzerland, Lawrence and his wife Jill are asked by a dying friend, Louis Bernard, to get information hidden in his room to the British Consulate. They get the information, but when they deny having it, their daughter Betty is kidnapped. It turns out that Louis was a Foreign Office spy and the information has to do with the assassination of a foreign dignitary. Having managed to trace his daughter's kidnappers back to London, Lawrence learns that the assassination will take place during a concert at the Albert Hall. It is left to Jill, however, to stop the assassination.

Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Writer: Charles Bennett (by), D.B. Wyndham-Lewis (by), Edwin Greenwood (scenario), A.R. Rawlinson (scenario), Emlyn Williams (additional dialogue)
Production: Gaumont
Year: 1934
MetaScore: N/A/100
ImdbRating: 6.8
BoxOffice: N/A
Released: 15 Apr 1935
Awards: 1 win & 1 nomination.

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Bob Lawrence - Leslie Banks
Jill Lawrence - Edna Best
Abbott - Peter Lorre
Ramon Levine - Frank Vosper
Betty Lawrence - Nova Pilbeam
Louis Bernard - Pierre Fresnay
Nurse Agnes - Cicely Oates
Binstead (as D.A. Clarke Smith) - D.A. Clarke-Smith
Gibson - George Curzon
Policeman Shot Behind Mattress - Frank Atkinson
Lawrence's Maid - Betty Baskcomb
Concierge - Cot D'Ordan
Hotel Manager - Tony De Lungo
Mrs. Brockett - Clare Greet
Policeman at Siege - Pat Hagan
Secretary - Joan Harrison
Man in the Raincoat Passing The Bus - Alfred Hitchcock
Police Inspector - James Knight
Foreign Dignitary - Target of Assassination - Arnold Lucy
Police Sergeant - Andreas Malandrinos
George Barbor - Dentist - Henry Oscar
Shopkeeper - Charles Paton
Policeman with Rifle - Frederick Piper
Police Chief at Siege - H.G. Stoker
Baker - Policeman Shot at Front Door - Jack Vyvyan
Detective Inspector - Percy Walsh
Postman - Hal Walters
Rawlings - Gang Member - S.J. Warmington
Minor Role - Edward Wild