If you're of the analog age you've likely seen it years ago and loved it. If you're of the digital age, we recommend you try Hitchcock's To Catch a Thief (1955), for just one night in lieu of your favorite reality show. The film is among the great romance-suspense-thriller movies of all time, and magnificent jewels play a large role in the plot.
When a rash of high profile jewel thefts occur along the French Riviera, fingers point to urbane American bachelor John Robie (Cary Grant), a retired cat burglar living the high life in the South of France. He must catch the jewel thief using his old tradecraft before the thefts are pinned on him. At the top of the list of likely victims is Jessie Stevens (Jessie Royce Landis), who's on a European Grand Tour to find a suitor for her daughter, Frances (Grace Kelly). But is Robie as innocent as he claims? Is anyone? Rent or buy it and find out, and make sure you choose the latest, remastered "To Catch a Thief Special Collector's Edition DVD" for pristine viewing and surround sound.