Review of The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956)

Moving picture, 120 minutes

Alfred Hitchcock (director).

“Don’t you realize that Americans dislike having their children stolen? They make whole melodramas about it, full of stereotypes, and after lots of standing and sitting in back-projection studio environments, smart and pretty good conquers stupid and ugly evil, exactly the way it always ends in real life, so watch out!”

moving picture fiction