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Max Halliday (Character)
from Dial M for Murder (1954)

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Dial M for Murder -- An ex-tennis pro carries out a plot to murder his wife. When things go wrong, he improvises a brilliant plan B.

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Alternate Names:
Mark Halliday / Max

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  1. Tony Wendice's Mistake (1981) (TV) Played by Paul Butkevich (as Max)
    ... aka "Oshibka Toni Vendisa" - Soviet Union (original title)
  2. Dial M for Murder (1981) (TV) Played by Michael Parks

  3. Dial M for Murder (1967) (TV) Played by Hugh O'Brian (as Mark Halliday)
  4. "BBC Sunday-Night Play"
        - Dial M for Murder (1962) TV episode, Played by Barry Letts
  5. Slå nollan till polisen (1960) (TV) Played by Lennart Lindberg

  6. Bei Anruf - Mord (1959) (TV) Played by Herbert Tiede
  7. Dial M for Murder (1954) Played by Robert Cummings (as Mark Halliday)
    ... aka "Alfred Hitchcock's Dial M for Murder" - UK (complete title), USA (complete title)
  8. "BBC Sunday-Night Theatre"
        - The Tea Cosy (1952) TV episode, Played by Olaf Olsen (as Max)
        - Dial M for Murder (1952) TV episode, Played by Basil Appleby
        - London Melody (1951) TV episode, Played by Ben Johnson (as Max)

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From Dial M for Murder (1954)
Tony Wendice: How do you go about writing a detective story?
Mark Halliday: Well, you forget detection and concentrate on crime. Crime's the thing. And then you imagine you're going to steal something or murder somebody.
Tony Wendice: Oh, is that how you do it? It's interesting.
Mark Halliday: Yes, I usually put myself in the criminal's shoes and then I keep asking myself, uh, what do I do next?
Margot Mary Wendice: Do you really believe in the perfect murder?
Mark Halliday: Mmm, yes, absolutely. On paper, that is. And I think I could, uh, plan one better than most people; but I doubt if I could carry it out.
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