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As part of a series of LSO events celebrating film composer Dmitri Tiomkin, a screening of 'Strangers on a Train' in which Tiomkin's beguiling score crowns Hitchcock's thriller about a psychopath (played by Robert Walker) who entices vulnerable tennis star Farley Granger into a mutual game of murder, leading to the famous fairground sequence with a carousel that goes out of control. The dialogue sizzles (Raymond Chandler co-scripted from the novel by Patricia Highsmith) and the performances are exquisite. (US 1951 Dir. Alfred Hitchcock 101 min.)