Not Rated | | Adventure, Mystery, Thriller
A hapless New York advertising executive is mistaken for a government agent by a group of foreign spies, and is pursued across the country while he looks for a way to survive.
Alfred Hitchcock needed more room just outside the Oak Room to dramatize Thornhill's kidnapping. The recreation of the Oak Room as a set at MGM in Culver City was so convincing, and even though Eva Marie Saint confirmed this on the DVD commentary, people still swear it is the ... ...
If I thought there was any chance of changing your mind, I'd talk about Miss Kendall, of whom you so obviously disapprove.
Roger Thornhill: Yes, for using sex like some people use a flyswatter.
When Thornhill starts talking with the Plaza housekeeper Elsie, his left arm is bent. In the next shot, it is straightened at his side.
The Leo the Lion/MGM trademark preceding the credits is on a green field, to match the green field used in the credits proper.
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