Strangers on a Train (1951)

The Missing Lighter

Even with his dying breath, Bruno (Robert Walker) maintains his ruse to take Guy (Farley Granger) down with him by lying about the missing lighter.

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock.

Released in 1951 by Warner Bros..

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  • character-type: Police Officer
  • character-type: Bad Guy
  • character-type: Good Guy
  • action: Listen
  • action: Argue
  • editors-choice: Die Already!
  • primary-genre: Classics
  • primary-genre: Thrillers
  • primary-genre: Drama
  • secondary-genre: Dramas Based on Classic Literature
  • secondary-genre: Classic Thrillers
  • secondary-genre: Classics
  • secondary-genre: Classic Dramas
  • secondary-genre: Suspense
  • secondary-genre: Crime Thrillers
  • secondary-genre: Dramas Based on the Book
  • mood: Dark
  • prop: Lighter
  • setting: Carnival
  • setting: Amusement Park
  • theme: Freedom
  • theme: Distrust
  • theme: Manipulation
  • theme: Justice
  • theme: Life and Death
  • theme: Dishonesty
  • theme: Deception
  • actor: Howard St. John
  • actor: Robert Walker
  • actor: Farley Granger
  • director: Alfred Hitchcock
  • producer: Alfred Hitchcock
  • cinematographer: Robert Burks
  • composer: Dimitri Tiomkin
  • editor: William H. Ziegler
  • role-name: Police Capt. Turley
  • role-name: Guy Haines
  • role-name: Bruno Anthony
  • screenwriter: Patricia Highsmith
  • screenwriter: Whitfield Cook
  • screenwriter: Raymond Chandler
  • screenwriter: Czenzi Ormonde
  • screenwriter: Ben Hecht
  • year: 1951
  • studio: Warner Bros.