DVD Review: The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) - The Criterion Collection | Cinema Lowdown
By Sherry LippOnce upon a time, or more specifically in the mid-1930s, Alfred Hitchcock was still an up-and-coming director rather than the universally acknowledged Master of Suspense. In 1934, his original version of a film he would remake more than two decade later launched his career to new levels: The Man Who Knew