The 39 Steps (1935) was a Mystery - Thriller/Suspense Film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and produced by Michael Balcon and Ivor Montagu.
Review: The 39 Steps (1935)By 4 Star Film Fan on Apr 2, 2018 From 4 Star Films
With The 39 Steps, it’s possible to witness Alfred Hitchcock coming into his own and one of the most obvious markers are numerous motifs, character archetypes, and techniques that would crop up in his work again and again. But it’s also conceivable to trace the influences of this film in... Read full article
The 39 Steps (1935) with Robert Donat and Madeleine CarrollBy Greg Orypeck on Sep 22, 2016 From Classic Film Freak
Share This! ?There are twenty million women in this island, and I?ve got to be chained to you.??? Robert Donat to Madeleine Carroll In a typical Hitchcockian quirk, or clear evidence of his individuality, the title was to be numeric?The 39 Steps?not letters, as in John Buchan?s 1915 novel,?The Thirt... Read full article
The 39 Steps (1935)By Cameron on Jul 13, 2016 From The Blonde At The Film
TIFF Bell Lightbox, the home of the?Toronto International Film Festival, contacted me a few weeks ago and asked if I would write about an Alfred Hitchcock or Fran?ois Truffaut?film as part of their ?Hitchcock/Truffaut: Magnificent Obsessions? retrospective. I opted to write about Hitchcock’s f... Read full article
The 39 Steps (1935, Alfred Hitchcock)By Andrew Wickliffe on Jul 7, 2016 From The Stop Button
There are numerous good moments in The 39 Steps. Even the clunky finale is a good moment–director Hitchcock knows he’s got a good moment, he just doesn’t know how to fill in around it. This inability on Hitchcock’s part makes The 39 Steps immediately interesting when compared... Read full article
Early Hitchcock? Yes. Minor Hitchcock? Definitely Not. – The 39 Steps (1935)By Michael on Jul 3, 2016 From Durnmoose Movie Musings
***Spoiler Warning! Yes, I’m writing about a more than 80 year old movie today, but just as this was my first viewing of the movie, therefore it was new to me and there were twists I wouldn’t have wanted to know about, I’m sure there are those of you out there who are in the same s... Read full article
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Madeleine Carroll suffered at the hands of Alfred Hitchcock's quest for realism, right down to the real welts on her wrists from the long days of being handcuffed to Robert Donat.
Alfred Hitchcock: about seven minutes in, tossing some litter as Richard and Annabella run from the music hall.
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