Criterion dusts off the most British of Alfred Hitchcock’s early masterpieces, The Lady Vanishes, a thrilling riddle of a film set within the gathering storm of war. Today’s audiences may recognize plot elements reused in the ‘05 Jodie Foster flick Flightplan, but Hitchphiles will appreciate the hallmarks of his Hollywood films: a sophisticated villain, twisted reality, and a teasing Mac-Guffin. EXTRAS The gem is John Baxter’s complete 1941 feature Crook’s Tour, a continuation of the comic adventures of Lady’s stuffy sidekicks, Charters and Caldicott. A-
The Lady Vanishes Criterion dusts off the most British of Alfred Hitchcock's early masterpieces, The Lady Vanishes, a thrilling riddle of a film set...The Lady VanishesMystery and ThrillerUnrated Criterion dusts off the most British of Alfred Hitchcock's early masterpieces, The Lady Vanishes, a thrilling riddle of a film set...2007-11-23
Genre: Mystery and Thriller; Starring: Margaret Lockwood, Michael Redgrave; Director: Alfred Hitchcock; MPAA Rating: Unrated
Posted November 23 2007 — 12:00 AM EST
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