Dial M for Murder 3D
1954 Hitchcock thriller about an ex-tennis pro (Ray Milland) making a second attempt at killing his wife (Grace Kelly). Having botched his first go, he formulates a seemingly foolproof plan B. Based on a play by Frederick Knott, the film's action plays out within only two settings.
The film was originally released on 3D, a version that is still heralded as one cinema's best examples of the potential for the eye-popping effect. Hitchcock said of the 3D fad of the 1950s, "It’s a nine-day wonder, and I came in on the ninth day". The American Film Institute named Dial M for Murder the ninth best mystery film of all time.