THE 39 STEPS (1935)













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Brief Movie Synopsis [courtesy of Turner Classic Movies]:

A man falsely suspected of killing a spy
races across Scotland handcuffed to the
beautiful blonde who turned him in.






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"Alfred Hitchcock, the gifted English screen director, has made one
of the most fascinating pictures of the year in The Thirty-nine Steps,
his new film at the Roxy Theatre. If the work has any single rival as
the most original, literate, and entertaining melodrama of 1935, then
it must be The Man Who Knew Too Much, which is also out of
Mr. Hitchcock's workshop. .... There is a subtle feeling of menace on
the screen all the time in Mr. Hitchcock's low-slung, angled use of the
camera. But the participants...move with a repressed excitement that
adds significance to every detail of their behavior."

-- Excerpt from The New York Times; September 14, 1935







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