When a wealthy woman unwittingly hires a con man and a phoney psychic to find her missing heir, the results are diabolically funny in Alfred Hitchcock's tongue-in-cheek mystery thriller. Bruce Dern and Barbara Harris star as a conniving couple plotting to bilk an old lady out of her fortune by pretending to find her long-lost nephew (William Devane). Meanwhile, Devane, a larcenous jeweller and his beautiful girlfriend (Karen Black) have kidnapped a rich Greek shipping magnate for ransom. Together they're on a non-stop merry-go round of mystery, murder and mayhem that combines suspense and comedy for unforgettable entertainment., When a wealthy woman unwittingly hires a con man and a phoney psychic to find her missing heir, the results are diabolically funny in Alfred Hitchcock's tongue-in-cheek mystery thriller. Bruce Dern and Barbara Harris star as a conniving couple plotting to bilk an old lady out of her fortune by pretending to find her long-lost nephew (William Devane). Meanwhile, Devane, a larcenous jeweller and his beautiful girlfriend (Karen Black) have kidnapped a rich Greek shipping magnate for ransom. Together they're on a non-stop merry-go round of mystery, murder and mayhem that combines suspense and comedy for unforgettable entertainment.

Special Features:

  • 2 Theatrical Trailers
  • Art Gallery
  • Plotting Family Plot - Making Of
  • Storyboards
Franchise:
Alfred Hitchcock
Character Series:
Alfred Hitchcock
Certificate:
12
Actor:
Karen Black

Bruce Dern

Barbara Harris

William Devane
Director:
Alfred Hitchcock
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
Aspect Ratio 1.85:1,Anamorphic Widescreen
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English, German
Subtitle Languages:
Danish, Dutch, English for the deaf and hard of hearing, Finnish, German, Norwegian, Swedish
studio:
Universal Pictures
Theatrical Release Year:
1976

Family Plot

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When a wealthy woman unwittingly hires a con man and a phoney psychic to find her missing heir, the results are diabolically funny in Alfred Hitchcock's tongue-in-cheek mystery thriller. Bruce Dern and Barbara Harris star as a conniving couple plotting to bilk an old lady out of her fortune by pretending to find her long-lost nephew (William Devane). Meanwhile, Devane, a larcenous jeweller and his beautiful girlfriend (Karen Black) have kidnapped a rich Greek shipping magnate for ransom. Together they're on a non-stop merry-go round of mystery, murder and mayhem that combines suspense and comedy for unforgettable entertainment., When a wealthy woman unwittingly hires a con man and a phoney psychic to find her missing heir, the results are diabolically funny in Alfred Hitchcock's tongue-in-cheek mystery thriller. Bruce Dern and Barbara Harris star as a conniving couple plotting to bilk an old lady out of her fortune by pretending to find her long-lost nephew (William Devane). Meanwhile, Devane, a larcenous jeweller and his beautiful girlfriend (Karen Black) have kidnapped a rich Greek shipping magnate for ransom. Together they're on a non-stop merry-go round of mystery, murder and mayhem that combines suspense and comedy for unforgettable entertainment.

Special Features:

  • 2 Theatrical Trailers
  • Art Gallery
  • Plotting Family Plot - Making Of
  • Storyboards
Franchise:
Alfred Hitchcock
Character Series:
Alfred Hitchcock
Certificate:
12
Actor:
Karen Black

Bruce Dern

Barbara Harris

William Devane
Director:
Alfred Hitchcock
Region:
2
Aspect Ratio:
Aspect Ratio 1.85:1,Anamorphic Widescreen
Number of Discs:
1
Main Language:
English, German
Subtitle Languages:
Danish, Dutch, English for the deaf and hard of hearing, Finnish, German, Norwegian, Swedish
studio:
Universal Pictures
Theatrical Release Year:
1976
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