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To Catch a Thief, Movie, 1955 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Über den Dächern von Nizza (Germany)
  • Atrapa a un ladrón (Spain)
  • La main au collet (France)
  • Caccia al ladro (Italy)

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sixcyl FR

2005-11-30 13:28

I have I replaced the black & white picture showing Grace Kelly and Gary Grant behind the wind-screen of the Sunbeam ...I hope the prevoius (? unknown) editor of this single picture won't want to kill me for such audacity?!... :D :/
We swap the pretty face of Grace for an imposing landscape, and the nice sheen of the Sunbeam body...not too bad?... If you miss Grace's face, I suggest you to have a look at the film ...which is a good Hitchcock, even if it is not my favourite..
There are nice pictures of french cars of the 50's, and of this splendid Sunbeam.. For the main picture ,I've hesitated with that one too:
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It is a MkII or a MkIII
Here some others, there is carchase (YEEES!... :lol:)between the Alpine and a Citroen 11 with policemen inside... the "poulets" which is a well known nickname for policemen in France have to stop the chase because of a chicken (= "poulet" in french :D) crossing the road :lol:, in the following picture, we see the cop ("flic" in french...another nickname :D)explain to his boss on car-telephone what happens to them !!!... we can hear in the Original Audio language saying and repeating to his boss: "...poulet!...à cause d'un poulet!!!...." ...humour of Hitchcock , funny .. :D ...
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Here some other pics of this blue Sunbeam
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leaving the Carlton Hotel in Nice, for picnic ...
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vilero ES

2008-11-12 12:21

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vilero ES

2008-11-12 12:23

Hitchcock cameo: minute 10. Sitting to the left of Cary Grant on the bus. /vehicle_13887-Peugeot-Besset.html
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Ingo DE

2008-11-12 20:34

A great movie -as nearly all, made by Hitchcock. I remember, that this was the first "real" movie in my life, I was allowed to see in the evening-time. I was 7 or 8 years old. :)

LVCDC FR

2018-02-19 15:04

Mein Gott !

A movie analysed by Sixcyl without mentionning aircraft ?
So it was a long, long time ago !
;)
Now, the page is online.

Please note that IMCDB could be completed with a green Vespa (*).
And what is this car (seen from above just before the 'Cat' catches the thief) : not the Delahaye (top isn't white). So what ?

-- Last edit: 2018-02-19 15:06:13

johnfromstaffs EN

2021-12-24 16:10

What about the hearse for Animatronixx?

AnimatronixX DE

2021-12-24 16:39

^ ... has been robbing me of sleep for 14 years and four days now! :/ But thank you for thinking of me. :)

johnfromstaffs EN

2021-12-24 17:15

Merry Christmas!

UKboy205 EN

2021-12-24 17:23

johnfromstaffs wrote Merry Christmas!
To early for Christmas, wait for tomorrow :whistle:

Baube QC

2021-12-24 17:42

well.. its already Xmas for some parts of the world... ;)

Gongora ES

2021-12-24 17:44

Feliz Navidad y feliz 2022😘😘🎅🏻

UKboy205 EN

2021-12-24 18:00

Oh well, even though it's to early, but...

Merry Christmas Ya Filfhy Animals! & a Happy New Year! [Image: weihnachtsmann-smilies-0306.gif] [:xmas_125]
Spoiler - click here to see it

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& a special Fanart aswell ;)
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Baube QC

2021-12-24 18:20

:lol:
how many reindeerpower in that Escort ?

UKboy205 EN

2021-12-24 18:24

About like a Deja Vu :whistle:

Lateef NO

2021-12-24 18:28

God jul fra beste vestkant!

Baube QC

2021-12-24 22:41

Joyeux Noel and Merry Xmas..

HO HO HO ! .. :D

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Bux_48 IT

2021-12-24 22:44

Merry Christmas to all of you! Buon Natale a tutti voi! :)

night cub US

2021-12-24 23:35

Merry Christmas!!

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This is Santa from my first Christmas with my mom's new Datsun:
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boys_bible HK

2021-12-25 05:20

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johnfromstaffs EN

2021-12-25 09:54

The BBC did a Hitchcock season last night, “To catch a thief” followed by “North by Northwest”, as a diversion to quality in opposition to its normal diet of least common denominator garbage. Aside from the attractions of the two leading ladies, since I have always been a pushover for blondes, (47 Years married to Rosemary)
I remain in thrall to the excellence of Cary Grant, well into his 50s in these films, yet still displaying the shape and style of a man in his early 30s.

-- Last edit: 2021-12-25 17:22:39

chicomarx BE

2021-12-25 18:40

Everyone wanted to be Cary Grant, even he.

"I pretended to be somebody I wanted to be until finally I became that person. Or he became me."

chicomarx BE

2021-12-25 18:43

& Merry Christmas to all :beer:

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Gongora ES

2021-12-26 00:24

johnfromstaffs wrote The BBC did a Hitchcock season last night, “To catch a thief” followed by “North by Northwest”, as a diversion to quality in opposition to its normal diet of least common denominator garbage. Aside from the attractions of the two leading ladies, since I have always been a pushover for blondes, (47 Years married to Rosemary)
I remain in thrall to the excellence of Cary Grant, well into his 50s in these films, yet still displaying the shape and style of a man in his early 30s.

Hitchcock is my favorite director, thanks to him when I was little I started to like classic cinema, especially suspense ... I remember being about 8 years old and seeing the amusement park scene from "Strangers on a train" ... Despite the fact that The film at that time was already more than 50 years old, I had to quickly change the channel due to the tension of knowing that at some point they were going to kill the girl with the glasses ...

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