The 39 Steps

This early Hitchcock fare is a perfect account of a man played by Richard Donat wrongly accused of murder, but possesses important secret information, runs from the cops to a place where he can unload his vital knowledge. Along the way, he becomes handcuffed to a beautiful blond, Madeleine Carroll, who opposes him. Considered being one of Hitchcock's best British films.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence

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Starring:

Robert Donat, Madeleine Carroll, Lucie Mannheim, Godfrey Tearle, Peggy Ashcroft, John Laurie, Helen Haye, Wylie Watson, Frank Cellier

Directed by:

Alfred Hitchcock

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1935 thriller

Not Rated.

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Don Ignacio's score: A+

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