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Dial M for Murder  (1954)

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The movie Dial M for Murder, released in 1954 and directed by Alfred Hitchcock with Robert Burks as cinematographer and editing by Rudi Fehr.
Directed by | Alfred Hitchcock
Cinematography by | Robert Burks
Edited by | Rudi Fehr
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Stereoscopic Distribution
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Country | USA
Language | English
Genres | Crime, Thriller

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1982, re-released 3D version using the single-strip StereoVision 3-D system.
 
Cast
Tony Wendice
Margot Wendice
Mark Halliday
Chief Inspector Hubbard
Charles Swann
The Storyteller
Detective Pearson
Detective Williams
First Detective
Police Sergeant O'Brien
Ship Passenger
Banquet Member
Detective
Bobby Outside Flat
Police Photographer
Detective
Woman Departing Ship
Banquet Member
Banquet Member
Undetermined Role
Man In Phone Booth
Men's Club Party Member
Judge At Margot's Trial
Waiter At Stag Dinner
Ship Passenger
Banquet Member
Ship Passenger
Dock Hand
Banquet Member
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Sound Department
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Hairdresser
Costume & Wardrobe Department
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Wardrobe: Men
Wardrobe: Ladies
Costume Jeweller
Music Department
Additional Crew Members
Photographic Model: Man On Reunion Photo
Script Supervisor
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