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To Catch a Thief (1955)

Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $8,750,000Details
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Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 5,101-5,200) 5,107 $8,750,000
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 6,601-6,700) 6,614 $8,750,000

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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: January 1st, 1955 (Wide)
Video Release: November 5th, 2002 by Paramount Home Video
MPAA Rating: PG for some action violence, mild suggestive material and smoking. Rating is for 2013 Re-Issue for film from Paramount Pictures Corporation
(Rating bulletin 2255 (Cert #48151), 1/16/2013)
Running Time: 106 minutes
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Keywords: Heist, Intertitle, World War II, Circus, Surprise Twist, Framed, Romance, Directing Yourself
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Production Method:Live Action
Production Countries: United States


Alfred Hitchcock    Man sitting next to John Robie on bus


Cary Grant    John Robie
Grace Kelly    Frances Stevens

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DVD and Blu-ray Releases for March 6th, 2012

March 6th, 2012

The number of big releases coming out this week can be counted on the fingers of one hand. The biggest theatrical release of the week is Immortals, but its reviews were weak enough that I think it might struggle on the home market in comparison. There are also a few catalog titles coming out on Blu-ray that are note-worthy, like To Catch a Thief. However, by far the biggest release, and the best, is Game of Thrones: Season One on DVD or Blu-ray, the latter of which is the Pick of the Week with To Catch a Thief not too far behind. More...

Featured Blu-ray Review: To Catch a Thief

March 3rd, 2012

To Catch a Thief is the fourth Alfred Hitchcock Blu-ray I've reviewed this year. Unlike the first three, which were early in his Hollywood career. To Catch a Thief is, as I pointed out the last time it came out on the home market, from the heart of Alfred Hitchcock's most productive decade (1954 to 1963) both in terms of quality and quantity. However, it is nearly 60 years old and there's a chance it has aged poorly since then or is it as good as it was the day it was released? More...

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