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Stage Fright


Marlene Dietrich, Jane Wyman, Michael Wilding, Richard Todd View All


Alfred Hitchcock (Director), Whitfield Cook (Screenplay), Ranald MacDougall (Writer), Alma Reville (Writer) View All

Release: Feb. 23rd, 1950
Runtime: 1 hour, 50 minutes
A struggling actress tries to help a friend prove his innocence when he's accused of murdering the husband of a high society entertainer.
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Citizen Rules
But I never really connected to the film...it starts off with a car chase through the streets of London and then there's a long flash back scene, then back to real time and Jane Wyman is risking jail by helping her love interest, Richard Todd escape.


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