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Cary Grant, Audrey Hepburn, Walter Matthau, James Coburn View All


Stanley Donen (Director), Marc Behm (Story), Peter Stone (Screenplay), Peter Stone (Story) View All

Release: Dec. 5th, 1963
Runtime: 1 hour, 53 minutes
After Regina Lampert falls for the dashing Peter Joshua on a skiing holiday in the French Alps, she discovers upon her return to Paris that her husband has been murdered. Soon, she and Peter are giving chase to three of her late husband's World War II cronies, Tex, Scobie and Gideon, who are after a quarter of a million dollars the quartet stole while behind enemy lines. But why does Peter keep changing his name?
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The film flows from act to act and scene to scene.
Peter Stone, who won an Oscar for writing another Cary Grant classic (Father Goose), also wrote this overly complex mystery that unfolds slowly and actually gives the viewer a little time to figure out what's going on instead of moving at a breakneck speed that doesn't allow the viewer time to think.