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Strangers on a Train

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The famous thriller starring
Farley Granger Ruth Roman
Robert Walker On a train from Washington to
New York, tennis star Guy Haines is provoked into conversation by a rich - and obviously neurotic - young man, Bruno Anthony. Guy wants to divorce his wife,
Bruno hates his father. Half jokingly, Bruno suggests the perfect crime - they will each commit the other's murder....
Screenplay by RAYMOND CHANDLER and CZENZI ORMONDE From the novel by PATRICIA HIGHSMITH. adapted by WHITFIELD COOK
Directed by ALFRED HITCHCOCK
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Contributors

Unknown: Farley Granger
Unknown: Ruth Roman
Unknown: Robert Walker
Unknown: Guy Haines
Unknown: Bruno Anthony.
Unknown: Raymond Chandler
Novel By: Patricia Highsmith.
Adapted By: Whitfield Cook
Directed By: Alfred Hitchcock
Guy Haines: Farley Granger
Anne Morton: Ruth Roman
Bruno Anthony: Robert Walker
Senator Morton: Leo G. Carroll
Barbara Morton: Patricia Hitchcock
Miriam: Laura Elliott
Mrs Anthony: Marion Lorne
Mr Anthony: Jonathan Hale
Capt Turley: Howard St John
Prof Collins: John Brown

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