Directed by: Alfred Hitchcock
Starring: Hansjorg Felmy, Julie Andrews, Lila Kedrova, Paul Newman
Genres: Mystery, Thriller
Corrected entry: When Paul Newman and the girl were in the theater, he screamed "fire" to make the room chaotic so the policemen wouldn't see them. But why would Germans understand English?
Correction: All he would need is for a handfull of people to understand and start to flee. That would cause a commotion in itself. Lots of German people have at least a basic knowledge of English, and it was only one word. And anyway, the German for fire is feuer, which is not pronounced so diferently that they couldn't guess what 'fire' means.
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Professor Gustav Lindt: I forbid you to leave this room.
When Paul Newman takes Julie Andrews up a small hill to explain that he is not going to work for East Germany you can see a shot from a distance. It is clear that this scene was done in a studio, as you can see several lights above the blue background (which is supposed to be the blue sky).
This was Alfred Hitchcock's 50th movie.