Walter Pidgeon as Englishman Packett is backstage in Paris, searching as he often did for Greer Garson, who plays his ex-wife, instead finding tipsy Mary Boland (as 'Ma Genocchio'), whom she replaced in an acrobatic show, early in Julia Misbehaves, 1948.
Montgomery Clift plays a priest accused of murder who hears but cannot tell the confession of the actual murderer in Alfred Hitchcock's I Confess (1953).
At the wedding rehearsal for Susan (Elizabeth Taylor), artist Ritchie (Peter Lawford) intruding, re-united parents Julia (Greer Garson)and William (Walter Pidgeon) remember their wedding with a song, in Julia Misbehaves, 1948.
Quebec City locations and the earliest quickest Hitchcock director-cameo you'll see, the opening murder, Keller (O.A. Hasse) slinking away, encountering Father Logan (Montgomery Clift), opening I Confess, 1953.
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Master filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock directs screen legend Montgomery Clift in this story where a priest hears a murderer's confession and implicates himself in the crime.
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