Strangers on a Train Star Farley Granger Dies

Strangers on a Train Star Farley Granger Dies
In the 1951 Alfred Hitchcock classic Strangers on a Train, Farley Granger should have kept his nose in his racket case. But his tennis-playing nice guy (named Guy, incidentally) didn't, and so he ended up the pawn in a "you commit my murder and I'll commit yours" scheme devised by Robert Walker's daddy-resenting madman. Granger, a leading man in the early 1950s who penned the candid 2008 memoir Include Me Out: My Life From Goldwyn to Broadway, died Monday of natural causes in New York. He was 85. Strangers on a Train, adapted from the Patricia Highsmith story and later the inspiration for Throw Momma From the Train, was easily Granger's most memorable film, though his big brown eyes...
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