Dial M for Murder (in 3D)

1954 · 1 hr 45 min · DCP · color · USA · d: Alfred Hitchcock · Warner Brothers

Dial M for Murder

Warners demanded that Hitchcock make this film using the new 3D technology, which was all the rage in 1954. And Hitch did not disappoint with this masterpiece of double-cross and intrigue about a man who concocts a plan to kill his wife. When things go awry, he quickly improvises a second act of deceit. With Grace Kelly, Ray Milland, and Robert Cummings.

With an introduction by Candace Clarke, Deputy Director, James A. Michener Art Museum.

Presented by the County Theater in collaboration with the Michener Museum’s exhibit “From Philadelphia to Monaco: Grace Kelly Beyond the Icon,” which runs from October 28, 2013 to January 26, 2014. Our Grace Kelly & Hitch Series features the three collaborations between the famous director and his blond muse before she left stardom to become the Princess of Monaco.

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