March 4, 2005

To Catch a Thief

To Catch a Thief

Grace Kelly: John....

Grace Kelly: John....

Grace Kelly: Are you going to make it hard for me to apologize?

Cary Grant: Not at all. I'm sure you're sorry.

Grace Kelly: You know I am. Til mother told me, I had no idea the things you were up against.

Cary Grant: Well.

Grace Kelly: What are your plans now?

Cary Grant: Now what?

Grace Kelly: That the cat burgler's dead.

Cary Grant: Foussard isn't The Cat.

Grace Kelly: But the newspapers....

Cary Grant: The man had a wooden leg.

Grace Kelly: Wasn't he caught at a villa trying to rob it?

Cary Grant: He wasn't trying to rob it. He was trying to kill...me.

Grace Kelly: Why?

Cary Grant: Because I was getting too close to The Cat.

Grace Kelly: Then who killed him?

Cary Grant: If I ever find that out, I'll let you know. Goodbye, Francie.

To Catch a Thief

Grace Kelly: John, why bother?


To Catch a Thief, Produced and Directed by Alfred Hitchcock (1955)

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