BILL CRIDER'S POP CULTURE MAGAZINE
One of my favourite Hitchcock's, though it's not dark enough to be rated by most serious-minded critics. It's stuffed with more double entendres than a Carry On film, and is as glamorous as any Bond movie. I was in the south of France for the first last month and kept thinking of To Catch a Thief. Thanks for posting this trailer.
I have to say that I enjoy "To Catch A Thief" to the point where I get angry when list makers rate it below what I consider to be lesser Hitchcock. Anyone who considers this to be inferior to the 1950s version of "The Man Who Knew To Much" is not to be trusted.(I do like the 1930s "Man Who Knew Too Much" if only because the woman is much more proactive in the older film than the character Doris Day plays. None of this singing to find her child for her; she guns people down to save her child.)