THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH is a movie directed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1956. Academy award in the Best Music, Song category.
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Marrakech, Maroc. James Stewart, Doris Day and their son are on holiday after a medical convention attended by James Stewart. While visiting the local market, Daniel Gélin, a french spy, dies in Stewart's arms after having revealed to him that a european leader will soon be assassinated in London. Stewart's son is kidnapped right after this event and Stewart is asked by a mysterious man to avoid the police if he wants to see his son again. Stewart and Doris Day come back to London and try, with the few clues they have, to make their own investigation.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler