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Dial M For Murder
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Dial M For Murder 1954


From Amazon: A suave tennis player (Ray Milland) plots the perfect murder, the dispatching of his wealthy wife (Grace Kelly), who is having an affair with a writer (Robert Cummings). Amazingly, the wife manages to stave off her attacker, a twist of fate that challenges the hubby's talent for improvisation. Alfred Hitchcock wisely stuck to the stage origins of Dial M for Murder, ignoring the temptation to "open up" the material from the home of the unhappy couple. The result may not be one of Hitchcock's deepest films, but it's a thoroughly engaging chamber movie. It also features Grace Kelly at her loveliest, the same year she made Rear...

Directed By:
Alfred HitchcockAlfred Hitchcock
Starring:
No image existsRay Milland
Grace KellyGrace Kelly
No image existsRobert Cummings
John WilliamsJohn Williams
No image existsAnthony Dawson

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Dial M For Murder Movie Review by Movie Addict (11/12/2009)

Robert c*mmings, the writer and lover of Grace Kelly, said that he could write the perfect murder because he controlled what happened. In real life, he could not do it because real life never works out the way you plan it.

When Ray Milland plans to kill his wife, things do not work out as planned and he does a masterful...

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Dial M For Murder Movie Review by Jarrod (10/3/2008)

If you have not seen the movie, I discuss elements of the plot that would count as spoilers, so be warned.

'Dial M for Murder' deserves to be ranked alongside all of the Hitchcock greats; this is a devilishly clever thriller with nail-biting doses of suspense and an airtight plot that is tied to the importance of a...

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Dial M For Murder Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (10/21/2007)

(1954)

Some great Hitchcock films are memorable for the twisted plots or strange characters. This is a film that takes place in one apartment, mainly in one room, and is entirely dependent upon how invested we are in the characters, mainly that of Tony (Ray Milland), the former tennis star attempting to murder his wife...

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