Review: The Man Who Knew Too Much – The Criterion Blu-ray

Great new Hitchcock blog focusing on Blu-ray Hitch. The debut is top notch and has made me order my own Criterion copy. Good work, Devon.

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Spine #643

Distributor: Criterion Collection (USA)

Release Date:  January 15, 2013

Region: Region A

Length: 01:16:04

Video: 1080P (AVC, M-PEG 4)

Audio: English Mono Linear PCM Audio (1,152kbps, 48kHz, 24bit)

Subtitles: English

Ratio: 1.33:1

Bitrate: 34.98 Mbps

Note:A DVD edition of this title is also available.

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“To all appearances, I seemed to have gone into a creative decline in 1933 when I made Waltzes from Vienna, which was very bad – and yet the talent must have been there all along since I had already conceived the project for The Man Who Knew Too Much, the picture that re-established my creative prestige.” –Alfred Hitchcock (Hitchcock/Truffaut)

This quote sums up the film’s importance rather nicely. Hitchcock was considered a genius early in his career with such films as The Lodger, The Ring,and Blackmail. However, he had long been in decline. After…

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