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To clear confusion, The Man Who Knew Too Much was first a 1922 book of detective stories, and then a 1934 film, and then the same film redone in 1956 by the same director. This article is about the 1956 film.

James Stewart and Doris Day star as Ben and Jo McKenna, Americans traveling to Morocco with their son Hank (Christopher Olsen). On the bus they meet Bernard, an amiable man who puts Jo on edge for being "suspicious". She is right, however, and Bernard turns out to be a spy. He whispers a message in Ben's ear before dying when Bernard is killed in disguise that someone's life is in danger. Ben is confused by many false leads. How did Bernard know that? And why did he tell Ben?

Tropes related to the movie:

  Ben: Sorry we were gone so long, (over twenty four hours) But we had to go pick up Hank!

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