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To Catch a Thief
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To Catch a Thief 1955

From Amazon: This minor 1955 work by Alfred Hitchcock, one of the lighter entries of his creative peak in the 1950s, is still imbued with the master's stock themes of shared guilt and romantic ambivalence. It is also hardly lacking in Hitchcockian cinematic inventiveness, such as a famous, often-imitated sequence in which some smooching between stars Cary Grant and Grace Kelly is intercut with a fireworks show that just happens to be going on outside in a Riviera setting. Grant plays a reformed cat burglar who is suspected of reviving his trade, though he knows someone else is using his old methods. A very enjoyable experience, but don't get this...

Directed By:
Alfred HitchcockAlfred Hitchcock
Written By:
John Michael HayesJohn Michael Hayes
Cary GrantCary Grant
Grace KellyGrace Kelly
No image existsJessie Royce Landis
John WilliamsJohn Williams
No image existsCharles Vanel
No image existsBrigitte Auber

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To Catch a Thief Movie Review by Jarrod (8/6/2008)

Within the Hitchcock canon, 'To Catch a Thief' is of relatively minor importance, falling between Rear Window and North by Northwest, but it is nonetheless a superbly entertaining film, a delicious piece of escapism that is markedly shallow compared to Hitch's most famous works. The Oscar-winning cinematography by Robert...

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