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    Man Who Knew Too Much, The (Paramount, 1956). Belgian (21.5" X 13"). This film has the distinction of being the only Hitchcock movie that Hitch remade himself! The original was shot in 1934 with Peter Lorre, but Hitchcock felt he could remake the picture and instill the film with much more suspense than the original. The remake is a classic and stars James Stewart and Doris Day as the American couple who stumble onto an assassination plot while on vacation. This Belgian poster packs much more of the action into it than its American counterpart. Fine/Very Fine.

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    October, 2002
    10th-13th Thursday-Sunday
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