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Aero Theatre | Double Feature
Home / Now Showing / THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH / CIRCLE OF DANGER
THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH, 1956, Universal, 120 min. Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
Alfred Hitchcock remakes his own entertaining but lightweight 1934 thriller as a melancholy examination of the pleasures and nightmares of family life. When the son of James Stewart and Doris Day is kidnapped while on vacation, the couple’s long-simmering resentments threaten to get in the way of their attempts to rescue him.
CIRCLE OF DANGER, 1951, Films Sans Frontieres, 86 min. Dir. Jacques Tourneur
CIRCLE OF DANGER, 1951, Films Sans Frontieres, 86 min, Dir: Jacques Tourneur. In Jacques Tourneur’s thrilling postwar-set mystery, CIRCLE OF DANGER, Ray Milland stars as an underwater salvage operator hell-bent on uncovering the truth of his brother’s suspicious death during a WWII commando raid in Brittany. As he pieces together the events with the help of illustrator Elsperth Graham (Patricia Roc), he discovers a truth more devastating than he could imagine.
FORMAT: 35mm collection print courtesy of the UCLA Film & Television Archive