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Dial M For Murder

Stars: Ray Milland, Grace Kelly, Robert Cummings, John Williams, Anthony Dawson | Written by Frederick Knott | Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

It’s easy to say that Alfred Hitchcock was a true master of his art.  We can talk for hours about the little tricks he employed to tell a story to the audience and even get down to the technical details of how he did it, and why he was so good.  The real joy of Hitchcock though is to watch his films and actually enjoy just how he did it, to look for his cheeky little cameos and to just be thankful that we had a man of such talent to make such an impact on film and television.  Dial M for Murder is quite a curiosity, filmed for 3D and made in 1954 it is an example of just how the gimmick can be used in a subtle way, »

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