Strangers on a Train ()

directed by Alfred Hitchcock
featuring Farley Granger, Robert Walker, Ruth Roman, Leo G. Carroll, Patricia Hitchcock

Show Synopsis

In one of Alfred Hitchcock's suspense classics, tennis pro Guy Haines (Farley Granger) chances to meet wealthy wastrel Bruno Anthony (Robert Walker) on a train. Having read all about Guy, Bruno is aware that the tennis player is trapped in an unhappy marriage to to wife Miriam (Laura Elliott) and has been seen in the company of senator's daughter Ann Morton (Ruth Roman). Baiting Guy, Bruno reveals that he feels trapped by his hated father (Jonathan Hale). As Guy listens with detached amusement, Bruno discusses the theory of ...

Awards

Customer Reviews

Write a Review

Denise H

Aug 21, 2014

Murder among acqaintances

Excellent movie - sense of foreboding everywhere. If you like Hitchcock, and haven't seen this, you really need to buy it. Also, Alfred's daughter is in the movie, and she's quite good.

See All Customer Reviews


This item doesn't have extra editions