Director(s)Alfred Hitchcock
Producer(s)Michael Balcon
Top GenresRomance, Silent Films, Thriller/Suspense
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The Mountain Eagle (1926) was a Romance - Thriller/Suspense Film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and produced by Michael Balcon.

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The filming of exteriors in Obergurgl, Austria was delayed by heavy snow. A local fire brigade was finally persuaded to use their manual pump to wash the snow off a group of houses and the street nearby.
When interviewed by Fran├žois Truffaut, Alfred Hitchcock implied that he was not sorry there are no known surviving prints; he called the movie "awful".
Nita Naldi fainted from exhaustion at one point during filming. She recovered almost immediately and merely complained that the floor was too hard.
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