3 comments on “Review: Strangers on the Train (1951)

  1. Another great example of a film forgotten by the “Suspense Hitchcock” fans. There are so many “Hitchcock fans” who only know “Psycho” and the like. To me, some of his best work comes in films those people never saw like this one or my personal favorite, “Foreign Correspondent.”

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    • Right there with you. I’ve recently been watching some Joel McCrea films including a few of his westerns and I feel like he as well as Foreign Correspondent as a film are quite underrated

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