The Wrong Man (1956) was a unique project for the legendary Alfred Hitchcock. Undertaken as a flamboyant experiment with neorealism, it differs significantly from his most famous films in both style and substance. Similarly, Bernard Herrmann's minimalist score took simple devices already in evidence in his previous film work to an unprecedented extreme. While Hitchcock never again attempted such an austere and moody work, the brooding score laid the groundwork for much of the rest of Herrmann's career. First press limited to 500 copies.