Inspector Hubbard has to explain an extremely tricky case of keeping Mrs. Margot Wendice from capital punishment. Hitchcock has created with this film an almost perfect Murder, and made Grace Kelly famous.
Released on the 1954-05-29
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1950s, Adultery, Affair, Alibi, Apartment, Athlete, Attempted murder, Avarice, Blackmail, Break-in, Confession, Death Penalty, Ex-Lover, Handbag, Housewife, Infidelity, Inspector, Jealousy, Key, Letter, London, Love Letter, Marital Relationship, Money, Negotiation, Perfect Crime, Phone Booth, Police, Proof, Purse, Scissors, Secret, Staircase, Strangle, Telephone, Tennis Player, Testament
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