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The 39 Steps(1935)

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  • Hannay saves his fanny

    • Jeff Boston
    • 1/30/13

    Engrossing film and much better than Hitch's more celebrated "The Lady Vanishes". Well paced and well acted, with many wonderful scenes. The Master of Suspense always made the impossible plausible. It also not only shows, it showcases what far left filmdom started pushing heavily, with perverse impact, a little more than a generation later, and has reached the point where such prejudice is expected in today's films: evil embodied in (1) a smiling and liked rich man who does disgusting things covertly, and (2) a frowning and disliked religious man who does disgusting things overtly.

  • The 39 Steps

    • Dashiell B.
    • 1/28/13

    The film that made Hitchcock a household name. Donat is a Canadian on holiday when he becomes involved with spies, later handcuffed to Carroll, the two relucantly try to uncover the meaning of the "39 Steps." Containing the themes that would later appear in Hitchcock's later films, the film is entertaining & contains great banter between Donat and Carroll. Anyone who loves Hitchcock will need to start with this, one of his most clever works. I give it a 4.5/5.

  • Step in the right direction

    • GIbbs
    • 1/28/13

    Saw the movie for the first time. A very good movie and it will keep your attention. This was the first movie I had seen of Hitchcock before he came to Hollywood. Hollywood knew a great director when it came across one.

  • We agree!

    • I_Fortuna
    • 1/27/13

    I love it when Leonard and I agree on a film. I am a die hard Alfred Hitchcock fan. My mom and I used to watch him on TV when I was young. She was obviously a fan too. This is a particularly great film and I remember the first time I saw it I was riveted. The story takes off right away. Hitchcock never wastes a minute of your viewing time. I hope everyone who watches will enjoy this movie as much as I have and still do.

  • The 39 Steps

    • Mark Sutch
    • 4/13/11

    ***1/2

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