The Man Who Knew Too Little (1997)

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The Man Who Knew Too Little is an American spy comedy film written by Robert Farrar and Howard Franklin. It is directed by Jon Amiel and produced by Arnon Milchan, Michael Nathanson, Mark Tarlov.

The film is based on Farrar’s 1997 novel Watch That Man, and the title is a parody of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1934 film The Man Who Knew Too Much and his 1956 remake of the same title.

The film is distributed by Warner Bros. However, the production companies are Regency Enterprises, Polar Productions, Taurus Film.

The Man Who Knew Too Little Age Rating

Film The Man Who Knew Too Little is rated PG for language, innuendo, comic violence, and sensuality.

PG – Some material in the film may be inappropriate for children.

The Man Who Knew Too Little Parents Guide

Why The Man Who Knew Too Little is rated PG ?

Violence, gunshots throughout the movie.
Obscene Language, “God Damn”, “B*stard”, “Bit*h”.
Some cigarette smoking throughout the movie.
A man accidentally kills an actor.
Lots of comic violence throughout.
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Film The Man Who Knew Too Little Release date

Movie The Man Who Knew Too Little was released on 14 November 1997 on Amazon Prime Video.

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The Man Who Knew Too Little Parents Guide
The Man Who Knew Too Little Parents Guide

Movie Name The Man Who Knew Too Little
Genre Comedy, Crime, Drama
Age Rating PG
Runtime 1h 33min
Release date 14 November 1997
Director Jon Amiel
Official Website Amazon Prime Video

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The Man Who Knew Too Little is rated PG.

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