The Lady Vanishes

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Released 1938

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Director:
Alfred Hitchcock
Released:
1938
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The Lady Vanishes is an acclaimed and atmospheric nail-biter from the master of suspense himself, Alfred Hitchcock. Protagonist Iris (Margaret Lockwood) and her governess Miss Froy (Dame Mae Whitty) are passengers on a high-speed train traveling across Europe. Suddenly, Miss Froy is nowhere to be found; when Iris gets up and searches the train, she finds no evidence of her traveling companion, and is further disturbed when no other passengers remember ever seeing Miss Froy at all. Unsettled, Iris must uncover the truth while still on board the train. The only other passenger who believes her story is a young musician and student named Gilbert Redman (Michael Redgrave). Together, Iris and Gilbert must get to the bottom of things before the train reaches its destination. The Lady Vanishes features Hitchcock's trademark dry wit and an effective sense of dread, mystery and horror that builds steadily throughout the film. This is necessary viewing for all Hitchcock fans!

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Suspense

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Thrillers, Classics