Approved | | Film-Noir, Mystery, Thriller
A struggling actress tries to help a friend prove his innocence when he's accused of murdering the husband of a high society entertainer.
After completing this movie, Sir Alfred Hitchcock didn't work in his native Britain again until Frenzy (1972). However, Hitchcock did film the climactic scenes of The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956) in London.
Any sign of the police?
Jonathan Cooper: No, no sign. Looks like we're getting away with it.
Eve Gill: Good.
Jonathan Cooper: How far is it to your father's boat?
Eve Gill: Two hours, with luck. You're luck seems to be very good. Touching wood.
In the opening credits, Alastair Sim's name is misspelled as "Alistair Sim."
A French VHS released in the nineties contained two versions of the film: one dubbed, the other subtitled. Beside this difference numerous edits were made in the dubbed version. Many scenes were shortened such as the talk between Eve and her father outside the boathouse in the night, Eve's attempt to disguise herself as a maid... However, and more importantly, this version contained two longer scenes not present in any copy released on VHS or DVD so far.