The Man Who Knew Too Much

The 1956 version of "The Man Who Knew Too Much " unfolds like a beautiful book, methodically and compellingly. Stewart plays an American doctor and Day is his wife, a retired singer.
They are vacationing with their young son, Hank, in Morocco, when they become embroiled in an International incident involving a planned assasination.
Their son is kidnapped and taken to London. Day and Stewart follow, where they attempt to get some answers and to locate their son, on their own, without the help offered by Scotland Yard. The film reaches it's exciting climax during a concert at Albert Hall in which Day suddenly realizes what is about to occur.
Without giving away some of the intricate plot twists and turns, "The Man Who Knew Too Much" is like a breathtaking ride on a state of the art rollercoaster.
You cannot help but get caught up in the plight of Stewart and Day.
James Stewart and Doris Day seem like a real married couple, so easy and comfortable is their onscreen chemistry.
They banter and interact convincingly but there is also a strong indication that there may be some tensions lurking beneath the outer veneer.
Both actors play their roles with expertise and Day, in particular, shows range and versatility in her performance.

Que Sera Sera~Trailer from the movie!