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Lady Vanishes, The (LL) (1939)
Starring: Emile Boreo, Mary Clare, Louis Levy, Margaret Lockwood, Paul Lukas, Cecil Parker, Michael Redgrave, Basil Rexford, Linden Travers, Naunton Wayne, Dame Mae Whitty
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Category: Suspense / Thriller, Classic
Studio: Laserlight
Spanish, Japanese, Chinese
94 mins



This classic mystery, and one of Hitchock's greatest films, manages to combine humor with a genuine sense of menace-not to mention a curiously amusing collection of characters. The film is set into motion when a seemingly innocuous old woman, Miss Froy, disappears while on board a train bound for England. An Acquaintance, Iris, becomes concerned and sets out to find her. What follow is a series of ingenious twists and turns finally steaming toward a suspenseful denouement. The film was extremely popular in the US and laid the tracks for the great British director's illustrious Hollywood career.


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