Master of suspense Alfred Hitchcock directs this black comedy, which he listed as one of his personal favourites. When Harry Rogers' dead body is discovered one autumnal day in Vermont, several people try to keep it a secret. Among them is Captain Albert Wiles (Edmund Gwenn), who mistakenly believes himself to be responsible for Harry's death, Harry's widow, Jennifer (Shirley Maclaine), painter Sam Marlowe (John Forsythe) and local spinster Miss Graveley (Mildred Natwick). Their attempts to rid themselves of the troublesome corpse lead to further misunderstandings and several disinterments. Running Time: 100 minutes Region: Region 2 Subtitles: English|German|Dutch|Swedish|Norwegian|Danish|Finnish Release Date: 21/04/2003
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