F&C1956: The Wrong Man

Heh heh. Henry Fonda just said he was thirty-eight.

This was supposed to be all taut and tense and nightmarish, but initially I found it kinda boring.

Then it became quite touching, and then I was strangely interested. And then I was bored again.

It’s not Hitchcock’s best. I think the moral is supposed to be: Women suck.

The Wrong Man. Alfred Hitchcock. 1956.

Shirley Temple

This post is part of the F&C series.

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