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Strangers on a Train (1951)

ID: 31208
Rating:
Starring: Leo G. CarrollFarley GrangerRuth RomanRobert Walker
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Category: Classic
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Video:
Standard1.33:1
Audio:
ENGLISH:DolbyDigitalMono[CC]
FRENCH:DolbyDigitalMono
Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
Length: 101 mins
Release Date: 1997-09-03
Rental: $ 4.00
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A tennis star plays a match with murder!

Strange thing about this trip. So much occurs in pairs. Tennis star Guy hates his unfaithful wife. Mysterious Bruno hates his father. How perfect for a playful proposal: I'll kill yours, you kill mine. Now look at how Alfred Hitchcock reinforces the duality of human nature. The more you watch, the more you'll see.



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