The Man Who Knew Too Much
The Man Who Knew Too Much

Watch The Man Who Knew Too Much Online Free

- 75/100 based on 46,378 votes

A family vacationing in Morocco accidentally stumble on to an assassination plot and the conspirators are determined to prevent them from interfering.... (Full plot summary below)

Watch The Man Who Knew Too Much Online Now [FREE]
0:00 / 2:00:31

Where Can I Watch The Man Who Knew Too Much Online?

Rent The Man Who Knew Too Much on DVD

Rent The Man Who Knew Too Much on Blu-ray

You Might Also Like:

Actors in The Man Who Knew Too Much:

Full Plot Details

A family vacationing in Morocco accidentally stumble on to an assassination plot and the conspirators are determined to prevent them from interfering.

Review & Comments

Leave your thoughts about The Man Who Knew Too Much.

Movie Reviews

Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC) - 10/10 by Ken Hanke Bloated remake of the superior original, but has its moments.
Dispatch-Tribune Newspapers - 8/10 by Steve Crum One of Hitch's best from his '50s period...and his only one with a hit song ("Que Sera").
Combustible Celluloid - 8/10 by Jeffrey M. Anderson Each version has certain elements superior to the other, but both films rank as minor Hitchcock works.
Empire Magazine - 8/10 by Kim Newman Hitch's remake of his own film results in an equally compelling action thriller with sterling performances from Stewart and Day.
Sky Movies - 8/10 by Elliott Noble Even middling Hitchcock is a cut above most thrillers.
Chicago Reader - 7/10 by Dave Kehr The film is uncharacteristically rigid and pious for Hitchcock; it feels more like a work of duty than conviction.
Radio Times - 6/10 by David Parkinson James Stewart is superb, and Bernard Miles and Brenda de Banzie make admirable adversaries.
User Review - 10/10 by Thomas F A real thriller... filled with suspense and intrigue. Doris' only Hitchcock film, noted for the introduction of her song "Que Sera Sera", brilliantly co-acted by legendary James Steward.
User Review - 10/10 by Leland P Love the film, love the song. great to see Marrackesh in the 50's... And made me wanna stay at The Mamounia and go to the Albert Hall.
User Review - 10/10 by Jonathan E The climax is one of the most thrilling segments in film history.
User Review - 10/10 by Paul A Wow. Doris Day was not only a singer, she could act too, and I should admit she is great in this Hitchcock's masterpiece. I am overwhelmed of the episode at the Albert Hall. James Stewart gives smart and definite performance as well. It turn to be a great drama of a family in Hitchcock suspenseful way. Moreover I am astonished by the soundtract, it was used precisely and complemented whole story so well I could even call this musical. Besides I was laughing so much cause I found quite a lot scenes to be funny in inteligent way. Also I like some smart twists in the story, acctually whole the story is bunch of sensible twists: first twists between positive-negative characters, then name-place, then prime-minister-or-son drama. And lets add the great work of putting it across by inovative photography and Hitchcock's talent to maintain suspence and thrill through all the movie. In general this film has great balance betveen suspence, action, drama, thriller, musical and comedy. Entertaining from begining till the very end.
User Review - 10/10 by Ashley H This film is like no other. I loved every minute of it. Although I at first got discouraged in the beginning as it was a little slow....things quickly picked up. The scene in the auditorium where the assassination is attemped is simply marvelous. With the live music playing, and the filming excellent; I think this is one of the most exciting, best filmed scenes I've ever seen. Seeing his films today, what amazes me about Alfred Hitchcock more than anything is his ability to draw you into his films; without all the million-dollar technology that today's films have; which proves just how much substance there was to film in the past. The way he lets us into his films is just genius.

Browse Movie Genres

Other Links

The Man Who Knew Too Much