The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934)
Sykes' attempt to escape across the roof, using Oliver as a human shield, culminating in the police marksman shooting him, bears far more resemblance to the death of the "heavy" in Hitchcock's film than it does to the death of Sykes in Dickens' novel (in which Oliver is not with him, and he dies by accidental hanging).
Movie title and references to Hitchcock' movies during the whole film
Mentioned by Huw.
Title is a reference
The name of the episode is a take on the movie.
Referenced in episode title.
The episode title is a play on this film title.
Title is a reference.
Poster visible in a video store
Referenced by name
Subject of a $15,000 question
The four episodes of this story arc are all named after Alfred Hitchcock films.
DVD on the shelf (Alfred Hitchcock box-set).
"The guy who knows too much"
Andrew O'Keefe uses this title to describe Issa Schultz after he is revealed as the Chaser.
A clip is shown.
Clips included in documentary
Clips seen and discussed