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November 17, 1996 | Bill Desowitz, Bill Desowitz is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles
One of Alfred Hitchcock's best-kept secrets was that he made two versions of "Strangers on a Train": the original release and an alternate cut for the United Kingdom that was never released--until now. The rare U.K. version of the 1951 classic, discovered accidentally by Warner Bros., makes its L.A. premiere at the Nuart on Thursday, just weeks after the premiere of the restored version of another Hitchcock classic, "Vertigo." The U.K.
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November 17, 1996 | Bill Desowitz, Bill Desowitz is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles
One of Alfred Hitchcock's best-kept secrets was that he made two versions of "Strangers on a Train": the original release and an alternate cut for the United Kingdom that was never released--until now. The rare U.K. version of the 1951 classic, discovered accidentally by Warner Bros., makes its L.A. premiere at the Nuart on Thursday, just weeks after the premiere of the restored version of another Hitchcock classic, "Vertigo." The U.K.
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