The Girl Who Knew Too Much
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The Girl Who Knew Too Much (1963, Italy) is a Giallo film directed by Mario Bava.
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- Featured in: The Mario Bava Collection: Vol. 1 | Macabre Visions: The Films of Mario Bava
- Released in 1963
- B & W
- Running Time: 92 min | France:88 min | Spain:83 min | USA:86 min
- Production Co: Galatea Film | Coronet s.r.l. (co-production)
- Distribution Co: Les Films Marbeuf (1963) (France) (theatrical) | American International Pictures (AIP) (1964) (USA) (theatrical) (dubbed) | Warner Bros. (1963) (Italy) (theatrical)
- Directed by Mario Bava
- Written by Mario Bava, Enzo Corbucci, Ennio De Concini, Eliana De Sabata, Mino Guerrini, Franco Prosperi
- Starring Letícia Román, John Saxon, Valentina Cortese, Titti Tomaino, Luigi Bonos
- Produced by Massimo De Rita
- Original Music by Les Baxter (US cut), Roberto Nicolosi
- Cinematography by Mario Bava
- Film Editing by Mario Serandrei
- A mystery novel-loving American tourist witnesses a murder in Rome, and soon finds herself and her suitor caught up in a series of killings.
Also Known As
- A Rapariga Que Sabia Demais (Portugal) (original subtitled version) | La Fille qui en savait trop (France) | Incubus (Italy) (working title) | La Muchacha que sabía demasiado (Spain) (working title) | Obsession diabolique (Belgium) (French title) | Olhos Diabólicos (Brazil) | The Evil Eye (USA)
- Look deep into "The Evil Eye" to the twilight world of the supernatural! (Alt title tagline)
- What Does It Want? What Will Satisfy Its Cravings?