Stranger on a plane proposes exchanging murders to crime-busting Fed whose wife won't grant him a divorce. A gossip column tips the stranger, a novelist, to the prosecutor's dilemma, so he trails the attorney onto a flight from D.C. to L.A. David the prosecutor isn't sure whether the charming "John Smith," the author, is seriously insane or just has a very cavalier sense of humor, so David hires Stu Bailey to protect his philandering wife from murder. Stu gets some unwanted aid from the Fed's future sister-in-law, who he fluffs off as an interfering ditz, but she turns out to have a very Hawaiian eye. Written by
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Adapted from the Raymond Chandler, Czenzi Ormonde Screenplay the same used for Alfred Hitchcock's movie "Strangers on a Train" which itself was from the 1950 Novel of the same name by Patricia Highsmith. See more
Remake of Strangers on a Train