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To Catch a Thief


Cary Grant, Grace Kelly, Jessie Royce Landis, John Williams View All


Alfred Hitchcock (Director), John Michael Hayes (Screenplay) View All

Release: Aug. 3rd, 1955
Runtime: 1 hour, 46 minutes
To prevent being accused of the crimes, an ex-burglar must catch a thief who’s been copying his style.
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The chemistry between Grant and Kelly pretty much burns a hole through the screen and when you combine this steamy chemistry with Hitchcock's artistry, brilliantly illustrated during the characters initial meeting to that classic hotel room encounter with our two protagonists separated by a window b....
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To Catch A Thief, is not my favorite Hitch film, nor is it my favorite movie with Cary Grant or Grace Kelly...but it's a solid film, that's a visual treat and a joy to watch.
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Released in 1955, Alfred Hitchcocks To Catch a Thief, stars Cary Grant as a retired jewel thief nicknamed The Cat and Grace Kelly, the elegant daughter of a millionaire widow.
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