Strangers on a Train
Strangers on a Train
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A brilliantly plotted, diabolically humorous suspense film, in which tennis player Guy (Farley Granger) meets psychopathic blue blood Bruno (Robert Walker in an unforgettably flamboyant performance) on a train. Bruno proposes a murderous bargain that Guy dismisses as a joke until one deadly deed is done and Bruno stalks Guy, demanding that he fulfill his part of their "partnership." One of Hitchcock's very best, filled with subversive comedy and insinuations of guilt and homosexuality. Based on the novel by Patricia Highsmith, the screenplay was co-written by Raymond Chandler. The British pre-release print includes a longer, more suggestive opening conversation between Bruno and Guy, and deletes the final scene in the American release. It Alfred Hitchcock---USA---1951---101 mins.

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