L'homme qui en savait trop (Alfred Hitchcock)
Alfred Hitchcock
Original Title: The man who knew too much
Country of Origin:  United States
Production year: 1956
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Rating: AP(Film)
UPC [Locale]: Disc ID: 4BB5-6FF2-FDB7-EE97
Running time: 2:00 (120 Min.)
Casetype: Custom
Format: Color, 1.85:1 Widescreen
DVD-Format: Single-Sided, Double-Layered
Released: October 30, 2012
Collection type: Owned (#971)
Status: Available
Purchase date: November 26, 2012
Purchase price: Hidden
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Overview
Ben et Jo MacKenna sont de candides américains en vacances au Maroc avec leur fils Hank. Un espion français meurt dans les bras de Ben, dans le souk de Marrakech, puis, peu après, leur fils est enlevé et emmené en Angleterre. Ne sachant à qui se fier, les MacKenna se retrouvent en plein cauchemar dans un univers d’espionnage international, d’assassinats et de terreur. Très vite, leur vie est menacée tandis qu’ils approchent de la vérité et de l’effrayant dénouement, dans les décors somptueux du célèbre Royal Albert Hall, à Londres…

Ce remake en couleur d'un film qu'Hitchcock avait fait dans sa période anglaise, vingt ans avant, est le troisième film de James Stewart pour Alfred Hitchcock, après La corde en 1948 et Fenêtre sur cour en 1954. Une collaboration qui atteindra son sommet deux ans plus tard, dans Vertigo.
De ce film on retient généralement la célébrissime chanson de Doris Day, Que sera sera, qui remporta un Oscar en 1956, alors qu'Hitch, lui, n'eut jamais les honneurs de l'académie...
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Genres
Suspense/Thriller
Studios
Production Studios:
 • Universal Pictures
Media Companies:
 • Universal StudioCanal Vidéo
Audio format
English  DTS HD Master Audio Mono
French  DTS Mono
German  DTS Mono
Italian  DTS Mono
Spanish  DTS Mono
Japanese  DTS Mono
Subtitles
Chinese
Danish
Dutch
English
Finnish
French
German
Italian
Japanese
Korean
Norwegian
Portuguese
Spanish
Swedish
Discs
# Description A B DS DL A DL B
1Film et suppléments
Features
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 • Featurettes
 • Gallery
Crew
Direction
Alfred Hitchcock....Director
Writing
John Michael Hayes....Screenwriter
Charles Bennett....Original Material By
D. B. Wyndham-Lewis....Original Material By
Cinematography
Robert Burks....Director of Photography
Film Editing
George Tomasini....Film Editor
Music
Bernard Herrmann....Composer
Jay Livingston....Song Writer
Ray Evans....Song Writer
Sound
Paul Franz....Sound
Gene Garvin....Sound
Art
Hal Pereira....Art Director
Henry Bumstead....Art Director
Cast
James Stewart....Dr. Ben McKenna
Doris Day....Jo McKenna
Brenda De Banzie....Lucy Drayton
Bernard Miles....Edward Drayton
Ralph Truman....Buchanan
Daniel Gelin....Louis Bernard
Mogens Wieth....Ambassador
Alan Mowbray....Val Parnell
Hillary Brooke....Jan Peterson
Christopher Olsen....Hank McKenna
Reggie Nalder....The assassin
Richard Wattis....Assistant manager
Noel Willman....Woburn
Alix Talton....Helen Parnell
Yves Brainville....Police inspector
Carolyn Jones....Cindy Fontaine
Patrick Aherne....Handyman (uncredited)
Frank Atkinson....Taxidermist (uncredited)
John Barrard....Taxidermist (uncredited)
Betty Bascomb....Edna (uncredited)
Alexi Bobrinskoy....Foreign Prime Minister (uncredited)
Janet Bruce....Box office woman (uncredited)
Naida Buckingham....Lady in audience (uncredited)
Clifford Buckton....Sir Kenneth Clarke (uncredited)
Barbara Burke....Assassin's girlfriend (uncredited)
Peter Camlin....Headwaiter (uncredited)
Abdelhaq Chraibi....Arab (uncredited)
Pauline Farr....Ambassador's wife (uncredited)
Harry Fine....Edington (uncredited)
Bess Flowers....Woman in hotel lobby (uncredited)
Alex Frazer....Man (uncredited)
Wolf Frees....Aide to the Prime Minister (uncredited)
Milton Frome....Guard (uncredited)
Leo Gordon....Chauffer (uncredited)
Walter Gotell....Guard (uncredited)
Bernard Herrmann....Himself (conductor) (uncredited)
Alfred Hitchcock....Man in Morocco marketplace (uncredited)
Gladys Holland....Bernard's girlfriend (uncredited)
George Howe....Ambrose Chappell Sr (uncredited)
Barbara Howitt....Soloist in Albert Hall (uncredited)
Harold Kasket....Butler (uncredited)
Barry Keegan....Patterson (uncredited)
Lou Krugman....Arab (uncredited)
Lloyd Lamble....Manager of Albert Hall (uncredited)
Donald Lawton....Desk clerk (uncredited)
Enid Lindsey....Lady Clarke (uncredited)
Mayne Lynton....Taxidermist (uncredited)
Janet Macfarlane....Lady in audience (uncredited)
Edward Manouk....French waiter (uncredited)
Richard Marner....Aide to the Prime Minister (uncredited)
John Marshall....Butler (uncredited)
Lewis Martin....Detective (uncredited)
Louis Mercier....French policeman (uncredited)
Ralph Neff....Henchman (uncredited)
Leslie Newport....Inspector at Albert Hall (uncredited)
John O'Malley....Uniformed attendant (uncredited)
Elsa Palmer....Cook (uncredited)
Liddell Peddieson....Taxidermist (uncredited)
Arthur Ridley....Ticket collector (uncredited)
Mahin S. Shahrivar....Arab woman (uncredited)
Eric Snowden....Special Branch officer (uncredited)
Alma Taylor....Box office woman (uncredited)
Guy Verney....Footman (uncredited)
Anthony Warde.... (uncredited)
Patrick Whyte....Special Branch officer (uncredited)
Peter Williams....Police sergeant (uncredited)
Richard Wordsworth....Ambrose Chappell Jr (uncredited)
Allen Zeidman....Assistant manager (uncredited)