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Director Alfred Hitchcock lets us know from the outset that The Wrong Man is a painfully true story and not one of his customary fabricated suspense yarns, through the simple expedient of walking before the camera and telling us as much (this introductory appearance replaced his planned cameo role as a nightclub patron). The real-life protagonist, musican Christopher Emmanuel Balestrero, is played by Henry Fonda. Happily married and gainfully employed at the Stork Club, Balestrero's life takes a disastrous turn when he goes ...

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AnnaJeffersonMurphy

Jan 7, 2010

Henry Fonda as his best

Talking about Henry Fonda at his best is just to make a headline because I watched plenty of movies with Mr. Fonda and the word is always - superb. Great classic, black and white with such an emotional content delivered in such a compelling screenplay. A must see. Pay attention to the shot between Fonda and his old son - it is so well done and the lines delivered by the two together. Five thumbs up!

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