A widescreen, Technicolor remake by Hitchcock of his 1934 film of the same title. A couple (James Stewart, Doris Day) vacationing in Morocco with their young son accidentally stumble upon an assassination plot. When the child is kidnapped to ensure their silence, they have to take matters into their own hands to save him.
Tagline: A little knowledge can be a deadly thing!
Cast: Alan Mowbray, Albert Carrier, Alex Frazer, Alfred Hitchcock, Alix Talton, Allen Jaffe, Alma Taylor, Ann Kunde, Anthony Warde, Arthur Tovey, Barry Keegan, Bernard Herrmann, Bernard Miles, Brenda De Banzie, Carl M. Leviness, Carolyn Jones, Christopher Olsen, Clifford Buckton, Daniel Gélin, Doris Day, Eric Snowden, Eumenio Blanco, Frank Albertson, Frank Atkinson, Frank Baker, George Howe, Gladys Holland, Guy Verney, Harold Kasket, Harry Fine, Hillary Brooke, James Stewart, Jean Ransome, Jimmie Horan, John Barrard, John Marshall, John O’Malley, Lee Miller, Leo Gordon, Lewis Martin, Lloyd Lamble, Lou Krugman, Louis Mercier, Lovyss Bradley, Mayne Lynton, Milton Frome, Mogens Wieth, Noel Willman, Nora Bush, Oliver Cross, Patrick Aherne, Patrick Whyte, Peter Williams, Ralph Neff, Ralph Truman, Reggie Nalder, Richard Marner, Richard Wattis, Richard Wordsworth, Sam Harris, Walter Bacon, Walter Gotell, Wolf Frees, Yves Brainville
Director: Alfred Hitchcock, Basil Keys, Howard Joslin
Language: العربية, English, Français, Italiano
Budget: $ 2.500.000,00
Revenue: $ 10.250.000,00