Strangers On A Train

101 mins.
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Alfred Hitchcock's famous 1951 thriller, centered on a classic Catholic theme—that there is no difference between thinking a sin and committing it.

When Guy (Farley Granger) daydreams the murder of his wife, neurotic Bruno (Robert Walker) materializes as if in answer to his prayers: Bruno will kill Guy's wife if Guy, in turn, will kill Bruno's father.

With Ruth Roman and Leo G. Carroll; a disgruntled Raymond Chandler worked on the screenplay.