The Lady Vanishes (DVD)

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The Lady Vanishes (DVD)

When a young woman on a train meets a charming old lady who promptly disappears, the other passengers deny having seen her, leading the young woman to...

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ProGood thrillr storyline, well acted

ConsIn black and white, you may know the story already

Film only review The Product 1938 British thriller film directed by Alfred Hitchcock Written by Sidney Gilliat and Frank Launder Based on the 1936 novel The Wheel Spins by Ethel Lina White Filmed in the Gainsborough Studios at Islington, London Classification: U Release Date: 11 Aug. 2003 92...

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ProAn enjoyable Hitchcock thriller with a fair bit of...

ConsSome might find it dated

The Lady Vanishes is an Alfred Hitchcock thriller released in 1938. In a fictional Central European country just prior to World War II a handful of British people are delayed overnight due to an avalanche. As their home bound train not due to leave until the morning; we get to see these...

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“"Cricket, sir! Cricket!"”

published 09/07/2005

ProClever banter, vintage Hitchcock, quietly charming

ConsNot for the action-loving, thrill-a-minute seeker

Before Alfred Hitchcock went on to make American films like Psycho, he was obsessed with making movies in the comedy /thriller /mystery genre with a distinctive English touch to them. Even after the advent of colour TV, I can totally understand why this film, so rich in humour and class, remains...

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ProCharming, clever lines, satisfying ending

ConsNot for the impatient action-lover

Before Alfred Hitchcock went on to make American films like Psycho, he was obsessed with making movies in the comedy /thriller /mystery genre with a distinctive English touch to them. Even after the advent of colour TV, I can totally understand why this film, so rich in humour and class, remains...

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ProEasy-going on the head.

ConsA little 'twee' for nowadays, but still a good cla...

The Lady Vanishes. What can I say? It's a pretty good film for one of those sleepy rainy Sunday afternoons or cold miserable sick-days! The film is about a woman named Miss Froy, who evidently, goes missing, and someone she helped out of the goodness of her heart realises she is missing, but the...

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When a young woman on a train meets a charming old lady who promptly disappears, the other passengers deny having seen her, leading the young woman to suspect conspiracy. Hitchcock's final low-budget U.K. production before leaving for Hollywood stands as an extremely deft cocktail of comedy, romance, and suspense.

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