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This movie three-pack includes the following three early Alfred Hitchcock films: 1) Murder; 2) Sabotage and 3) The Man Who Knew Too Much. The movie, Murder, centers on a woman recently convicted of murder. One of the jurors who sat in judgement of the woman thinks after the trial she is innocent of the crime and takes it upon himself to apprehend the real killer. Starring Herbert Marshall and Norah Barring among others. Full screen in black and white. Released in 1930. Runtime of 92 minutes. The movie, Sabotage, is a top-notch thriller of intrigue and espionage from the Joeseph Conrad novel, "The Secret Agent". In this film, a movie theater cashier suspects her mild-mannered husband is a traitor who is terrorizing London, England. Starring Sylvia Sidney, Oscar Homolka and John Loder among others. Full screen in black and white. Released in 1936. Runtime 76 minutes. The movie, The Man Who Knew Too Much, is an exciting suspense story of intrigue, complete with spies, murder, assassination plots, kinappings and comes complete with a hair-raising climax. The central plot focuses on an American couple, vacationing in French Morocco. This couple is accidentally drawn into a series of mysterious adventures when they appear on the scene of a murder. This film is one of the best Alfred Hitchcock ever made. Starring Peter Lorre, Edna Best and Leslie Banks among others. Full screen in black and white Released in 1934. Runtime 74 minutes.