An American suspense thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock starred James Stewart as Dr. “Ben” McKenna and Doris Day as “Jo” McKenna. They also had a son “Hank” McKenna played by Christopher Olsen.
The McKenna family is vacationing in Morocco, traveling from Casablanca to Marrakesh. While traveling they meet a Frenchman named Louis Bernard (Daniel Gelin) When meeting this gentleman everyone is smitten by him except for Jo, she believes something is up and has a bad feeling about him.
Alfred Hitchcock originally wanted to bring back this film in 1941, but decided to wait until 1956 that way it would fulfill a contract he had with Paramount Pictures. This film won an Academy Award for Best Song for “Que Sera, Sera” (whatever will be, will be) in 1956 at the Cannes Film Festival. This song was sung by Doris Day in the film while trying to get her son Hank back from the Draytons.