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Guy Haines

Guy Haines
When you think of Alfred Hitchcock, you think of suspense and not athletics, however in his 1951 film, Strangers on a Train, we have a tennis player involved in a murder plot in what we can only describe as “Hitchcockian”. As good a movie as this was, was the sport of tennis really relevant to this film?




The Bullet Points:
Movie Appeared:
Strangers on a Train (1951)

Actor:
Farley Granger

Role Portrayed:
Tennis Player

Why You Should Vote For Him:
We can’t say that we are exactly tennis fans, but we have a very interesting character here.

Why You Should Not Vote For Him:
The sport of tennis, which although was seen had limited relevance to the plot.



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