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The 39 steps

Author: Alfred HitchcockMichael BalconIvor Goldsmid Samuel MontaguRobert DonatMadeleine CarrollAll authors
Publisher: [S.l.] : Passion Productions, [2002]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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39 steps: Richard Hannay is on vacation in London when he meets a mysterious woman who tells him of a spy ring which she is trying to crack. She doesn't know the identity of the masterspy, but does know a few revealing details. Later she is murdered--before Hannay can learn anything more. His own life now in danger, Hannay sets out to solve a mystery.
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Genre/Form: Spy films
Detective and mystery films
Fiction films
Film adaptations
Feature films
Thrillers (Motion pictures)
Drama
Named Person: John Buchan; Charles Bennett; Charles Bennett; John Buchan
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Alfred Hitchcock; Michael Balcon; Ivor Goldsmid Samuel Montagu; Robert Donat; Madeleine Carroll; Lucie Mannheim; Godfrey Tearle; Peggy Ashcroft; John Maxwell; Anny Ondra; Sara Allgood; Charles Paton; John Longden; Donald Calthrop; Cyril Ritchard; Hannah Jones, actress.; Harvey Braban; John Buchan; Charles Bennett; Gaumont British Picture Corp.; British International Pictures.; Passions Productions.
OCLC Number: 56427997
Language Note: English soundtrack; Spanish subtitles available.
Notes: The 39 Steps: adapted from the novel by John Buchan.
Blackmail: from the play by Charles Bennett.
The 39 Steps originally released as a motion picture in 1935.
Blackmail originally released as a motion picture in 1929.
Credits: The 39 steps: produced by Michael Balcon, Ivor Montagu; adaptation, Charles Bennett; dialogue, Ian Hay; editing, D.N. Twist; music, Hubert Bath.
Blackmail: produced by John Maxwell; editing, Emile de Ruelle; music, Hubert Bath.
Performer(s): The 39 steps: Robert Donat, Madeleine Carroll, Lucie Mannheim, Godfrey Tearle, Peggy Ashcroft.
Blackmail: Anny Ondra, Sara Allgood, Charles Paton, John Longden, Donald Calthrop, Cyril Ritchard, Hannah Jones, Harvey Braban.
Description: 1 videodisc (167 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Other Titles: 39 steps (Motion picture : 1935)
Thirty-nine steps
Blackmail
Responsibility: Gaumont-British Picture Corporation presents ; directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Blackmail / British International Pictures, Ltd. presents ; directed and adapted by Alfred Hitchcock.

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39 steps: Richard Hannay is on vacation in London when he meets a mysterious woman who tells him of a spy ring which she is trying to crack. She doesn't know the identity of the masterspy, but does know a few revealing details. Later she is murdered--before Hannay can learn anything more. His own life now in danger, Hannay sets out to solve a mystery.

Blackmail: Frank Webber, a Scotland Yard detective has a girlfriend, Alice Webber who is the daughter of a shopkeeper. One evening Frank takes Alice out but she secretly arranges to meet another man. Later, when Alice agrees to go back to his flat he tries to rape her. She kills him with a bread knife in self defense. Frank is assigned to the case and he determines that Alice is the killer. Someone else also knows Alice is the killer and blackmail is threatened.

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