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The Man Who Knew Too Much is a 1934 suspense film directed by Alfred Hitchcock. It was one of the most successful and critically acclaimed films of Hitchcock's British period, and was an important step in paving the way for his move to America. Just so you know, the film is proudly brought to you by Minks Theater Presents... Enjoy...

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Minks Theater Presents/The Man Who Knew Too Much
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Produced by Tod Browning
Written by Edwin Greenwood
Starring Leslie Banks and Peter Lorre
Budget 0 (USD)

Peter Lorre was unable to speak English at the time of filming (a German Jew, he had fled from Nazi Germany only recently), and learned his lines phonetically.

Hitchcock hired composer Arthur Benjamin to write a piece of music especially for the climactic scene at Royal Albert Hall. The music, known as the Storm Clouds cantata, is used in both the 1934 and 1956 versions.