To Catch A Thief

To Catch A Thief
To Catch A Thief

Year

1955

Duration

102 minutes

Genres

Crime

Language

English

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Synopsis

Out to prove himself innocent, an allegedly reformed cat burglar tries to capture the real thief who's looting the rich of the French Riviera on a recent crime spree. But his already complex life only gets more entangled when he finds himself falling for the beautiful daughter of a wealthy widow who is helping him in his detective work. This is a lively blend of romance and mystery from director Alfred Hitchcock, featuring fantastic old-school star chemistry courtesy of Cary Grant and Grace Kelly.

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PG Classification

Contains mild violence, threat and sex references.

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