Strangers on a Train

An excellent Hitchcock masterpiece about a rather insane man who comes up with a wonderful plan for the perfect murder: to switch murders with somebody else so their motives will get mixed up with their alibis. He shares his idea with a rather famous tennis player he meets on a train who happens to have a grudge on his wife. Without the proper permission, the insane man kills the tennis player's wife and therefore expects the tennis player to kill the insane man's father in return. A very exciting Hitchcock film that was destined to become one of his best. A recommended view to classic movie lovers.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence

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Starring:

Farley Granger, Ruth Roman, Robert Walker, Leo G. Carroll, Patricia Hitchcock, Laura Elliot, Marion Lorne, Jonathan Hale, Howard St. John

Directed by:

Alfred Hitchcock

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1951 suspence/thriller

Not Rated.

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Don Ignacio's score: A+

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