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Uncle Charlie announces he is leaving for San Francisco, along with a rich widow, Mrs. Young Charlie boards the train with her younger sister Ann and their brother to see Uncle Charlie's compartment.
As the children disembark, Uncle Charlie restrains his niece Charlie on the train, hoping to kill her by shoving her out after it picks up speed.
The project began when the head of David Selznick's story department, Margaret Mc Donell, told Hitchcock that her husband Gordon had an interesting idea for a novel that she thought would make a good movie.
Charlie Newton is a bored teenaged girl living in the idyllic town of Santa Rosa, California.One takes a photo of Uncle Charlie, who demands the roll of film, because "no one takes my photograph." The younger surveyor, Jack Graham, asks young Charlie out, and she guesses that he is really a detective.He explains that her uncle is one of two suspects who may be the "Merry Widow Murderer".The library was a Carnegie Library which was demolished in the mid-1960s due to seismic concerns.The film was scored by Dimitri Tiomkin, his first collaboration with Hitchcock (the others being Strangers on a Train, I Confess and Dial M for Murder).