“Strangers on a Train” quotes

Movie Strangers on a Train
Alfred Hitchcock directed this movie in 1951
Title Strangers on a Train
Year 1951
Director Alfred Hitchcock
Genre Crime, Film-Noir, Thriller
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Plot – Guy Haines is a tennis champion who meets Bruno Anthony, a rich young man, by chance on the Washington train directed to New York. Guy wants to divorce from his wife Miriam to marry Anne Morton, so Bruno makes him a strange proposal: if Miriam refuses to grant him the divorce, Bruno will kill her, while Guy has to kill in turn Bruno's hated father. Haines thinks it’s all a macabre joke and stops the conversation, but when Miriam vigorously refuses to grant him the divorce, Bruno strangles her. Now Guy has to be faithful to their pact and would like to report Bruno to the police, but he's scared. When Bruno realizes Guy doesn’t want to keep his promise, he decides to take revenge.
All actors – Farley Granger, Ruth Roman, Robert Walker, Leo G. Carroll, Patricia Hitchcock, Kasey Rogers, Marion Lorne, Jonathan Hale, Howard St. John, John Brown, Norma Varden, Robert Gist, Joel Allen, Murray Alper, Monya Andre, Brooks Benedict, Al Bridge, John Butler, Leonard Carey, Edward Clark, Jack Cushingham, John Daheim, John Doucette, Roy Engel, Herbert Evans, Franklyn Farnum, Tommy Farrell, Sam Flint, Edward Hearn, Al Hill, Harry Hines, Alfred Hitchcock, Mary Alan Hokanson, Edna Holland, J. Louis Johnson, Mike Lally, Perc Launders, Louis Lettieri, George Magrill, Charles Marsh, Paul McGuire, David McMahon, Charles Meredith, Ralph Moody, Roland Morris, Odette Myrtil, Barry Norton, Paul Panzer, Minna Phillips, Georges Renavent, Suzanne Ridgeway, Dick Ryan, Charles Sherlock, Janet Stewart, Shirley Tegge, Laura Treadwell, Joe Warfield, Howard Washington, Dick Wessel, Robert Williams
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