Intrigue and espionage abound when a young woman travelling aboard a transcontinental express train strikes up an acquaintance with a charming elderly English governess, who then disappears without a trace. Is the young woman hallucinating, or is something altogether more sinister afoot...?
- The Lady Vanishes review by Steve Mason
Fantastically entertaining Hitchcock caper, introduces the great Charters and Caldicott. Thrills, laughs and plenty of eccentricity. One of Hitch's best.
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Hitchcock Classic before he left for Hollywood
- The Lady Vanishes review by AB
Proving that nobody does it like Hitchcock, this movie is a shining example of mystery and suspense without the need for gratuitous violence or other degeneracy so loved by the contemporary Hollywood scene. Those weaned on Tarantino will find it too tame - but lovers of such writers as Agatha Christie or Ngaio Marsh will have a lot of fun.