The Man Who Knew Too Much

The Man Who Knew Too Much

(1956)

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Where does The Man Who Knew Too Much rank today?

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Streaming charts last updated: 9:11:50 AM, 05/26/2024

The Man Who Knew Too Much is 2267 on the JustWatch Daily Streaming Charts today. The movie has moved up the charts by 725 places since yesterday. In the United States, it is currently more popular than The Straight Story but less popular than Molli and Max in the Future.

Synopsis

A couple vacationing in Morocco with their young son accidentally stumble upon an assassination plot. When the child is kidnapped to ensure their silence, they have to take matters into their own hands to save him.

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Streaming Charts

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Rating

IMDB 7.4 (69k)

Genres

Mystery & Thriller, Drama

Runtime

2h 0min

Age rating

PG

Production country

United States

Director

Alfred Hitchcock

Cast

James Stewart
Dr. Ben McKenna
Doris Day
Jo McKenna
Brenda De Banzie
Lucy Drayton
Bernard Miles
Edward Drayton
Ralph Truman
Buchanan
Daniel Gélin
Louis Bernard
Mogens Wieth
Ambassador
Alan Mowbray
Val Parnell
Hillary Brooke
Jan Peterson
Christopher Olsen
Hank McKenna
Reggie Nalder
Rien
Richard Wattis
Assistant Manager
Noel Willman
Woburn
Alix Talton
Helen Parnell
Yves Brainville
Police Inspector
Carolyn Jones
Cindy Fontaine
Bernard Herrmann
Conductor at Albert Hall
Covent Garden Chorus
Themselves
Barbara Howitt
Self - Soloist
Patrick Aherne
Handyman (uncredited)
Frank Albertson
Taxidermist (uncredited)
Frank Atkinson
Edgar, a Taxidermist (uncredited)
John Barrard
Taxidermist Holding the Panther (uncredited)
Mayne Lynton
Grey Haired Taxidermist (uncredited)
Clifford Buckton
Sir Kenneth Clarke (uncredited)
Walter Bacon
Church Member (uncredited)
Lovyss Bradley
Church Member (uncredited)
Nora Bush
Church Member (uncredited)
Ann Kunde
Church Member (uncredited)
Jean Ransome
Church Member (uncredited)
Albert Carrier
French Policeman (uncredited)
Louis Mercier
French Policeman (uncredited)
Anthony Warde
French Policeman (uncredited)
Frank Baker
Royal Albert Hall Attendee (uncredited)
Oliver Cross
Royal Albert Hall Attendee (uncredited)
Sam Harris
Royal Albert Hall Attendee (uncredited)
Jimmie Horan
Royal Albert Hall Attendee (uncredited)
Carl M. Leviness
Royal Albert Hall Attendee (uncredited)
Lee Miller
Royal Albert Hall Attendee (uncredited)
Arthur Tovey
Royal Albert Hall Attendee (uncredited)
Harry Fine
Edington (uncredited)
Alex Frazer
Man in Box Office Lobby (uncredited)
Wolf Frees
Aide to Prime Minister (uncredited)
Richard Marner
Aide to Prime Minister (uncredited)
Milton Frome
Embassy Back Entrance Guard (uncredited)
Walter Gotell
Matthews, Scotland Yard Patrol Car (uncredited)
Leo Gordon
Drayton's Chauffeur (uncredited)
Alfred Hitchcock
Man in Marrakesh Marketplace (uncredited)
Gladys Holland
Bernard's Date at Restaurant (uncredited)
George Howe
Ambrose Chappell Sr. (uncredited)
Richard Wordsworth
Ambrose Chappell Jr. (uncredited)
Eumenio Blanco
Arab (uncredited)
Allen Jaffe
Arab (uncredited)
Lou Krugman
Marrakesh Headwaiter (uncredited)
Harold Kasket
Stavis, Embassy Butler (uncredited)
Barry Keegan
Patterson (uncredited)
Lloyd Lamble
General Manager of Albert Hall (uncredited)
Lewis Martin
Detective (uncredited)
Ralph Neff
Drayton's Henchman (uncredited)
John O'Malley
Hotel Doorman (uncredited)
Eric Snowden
Special Branch Officer (uncredited)
Patrick Whyte
Special Branch Officer (uncredited)
Alma Taylor
Embassy Guest (uncredited)
Guy Verney
Embassy Footman (uncredited)
Peter Williams
Police Sergeant at Albert Hall (uncredited)
John Marshall
Embassy Butler (uncredited)
Alexis Bobrinskoy
Foreign Prime Minister (uncredited)
Betty Baskcomb
Edna, the Church Organist (uncredited)
Arline Bletcher
Church Member (uncredited)
Janet Bruce
Woman in Box Office Queue (uncredited)
Barbara Burke
Miss Benson, the Marksman's Escort (uncredited)
Peter Camlin
Marrakesh Waiter (uncredited)
Jimmy Charters
Albert Hall Audience (uncredited)
Abdelhaq Chraibi
Muslim Husband on the Bus (uncredited)
Victor Harrington
Embassy Guest (uncredited)
George Hilsdon
Photographer at the Airport (uncredited)
Anthony Lang
Singer in Choir (uncredited)
Donald Lawton
Desk Clerk (uncredited)
Marion Lessing
Church Member (uncredited)
Enid Lindsey
Lady Clarke (uncredited)
Arthur Ridley
Albert Hall Ticket Collector (uncredited)
Lucile Sewall
Church Member (uncredited)
Guy Standeven
Albert Hall Audience (uncredited)