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Strangers on a Train


Farley Granger, Ruth Roman, Robert Walker, Leo G. Carroll View All


Alfred Hitchcock (Director), Raymond Chandler (Screenplay), Czenzi Ormonde (Screenplay), Ben Hecht (Screenplay) View All

Release: Jun. 30th, 1951
Runtime: 1 hour, 41 minutes
A psychotic socialite confronts a pro tennis star with a theory on how two complete strangers can get away with murder...a theory that he plans to implement.
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Apparently Hitchcock had an entire amusement park built for the set design of the fairground scenes, just outside los angeles - and had a tennis professional coach Farley Grainger for the close up tennis scenes.
On the train, he meets Bruno Antony (Walker), a tightly wound and slightly unbalanced young man who agrees to murder Miriam for Guy if Guy will murder Bruno's father for him, because Bruno thinks if they "swap" murders, they can get away with it because there is no motive if they're murdering strangers.