To Catch A Thief
Originally released as a motion picture in 1955
Special features: Commentary by Peter Bogdanovich and Laurent Bouzereau; 4 featurettes: "Writing and casting To catch a thief," "The making of To catch a thief," "Alfred Hitchcock and To catch a thief: an appreciation," "Edith Head: the Paramount years;" theatrical trailer
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DANIELLE:"If you were in South America with me, you will know exactly what will happen." ROBIE:"You make it sound dangerous either way." DANIELLE:"It would be so much nicer to be killed by love, no?" ROBIE:"Pardon me while I get the water out of my ear." DANIELLE: "John, you know what sort of men they are at Bertani’s. Another robbery, and they will do something to you." ROBIE: I think I’d better get back." DANIELLE:"What has she got more than me—except money? And you are gathering plenty of that." ROBIE:"Danielle, you are just a girl. She is a woman." DANIELLE:"Why do you want to buy an old car, if you can get a new one cheaper? It will run better and last longer." ROBIE:"It looks as if my old car just drove off." FRANCIE:"No it hasn't. It's just turned amphibious."
Frances Stevens (of the chicken -- lol): "You want a leg or a breast?" John Robie: "...You make the choice."
Frances Stevens (of John Robie): "Oh, mother, he played us *both* for fools, and you know it!" Jessie Stevens: "I know you ought to be spanked with a hairbrush and sent back to school; *PUBLIC* school; where they could pound some sense into you during recess!"
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