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The Lady Vanishes

The Lady Vanishes(1938)

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This film was also known under the title Lost Lady. According to Variety, this was the first film under a new arrangement between Gaumont-British and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, wherein some of Gaumont's Gainsborough productions would be released by M-G-M in England. Hollywood Reporter reported that this agreement included a provision in which M-G-M would pay half the production costs of the Gainsborough films they released. In the United States, however, the film was released by Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. The film was re-released by United Artists in 1952. Modern credits include Producer Edward Black, Design Maurice Carter and Albert Jullion and Music Cecil Milner in the production.