Peter Lorre (center) had his first English-speaking role in the 1934 version of Alfred Hitchcock's <em>The Man Who Knew Too Much. </em>That man, by the way, was played by Leslie Banks (at right), and would be played by James Stewart in the 1956 remake.
Peter Lorre (center) had his first English-speaking role in the 1934 version of Alfred Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew Too Much. That man, by the way, was played by Leslie Banks (at right), and would be played by James Stewart in the 1956 remake.
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The new Robert Redford picture The Conspirator files a brief on behalf of the woman accused of abetting the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. In the ongoing conspiracy to commit film criticism, this gave me the excuse to write about some favorite movies under cover of an MSN.com/Movies feature on films built around assassinations: http://movies.msn.com/assassination-movies/photo-gallery/feature/