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The Lady Vanishes

A wealthy young woman discovers an elderly lady has vanished from their train.


Why watch this film?

"The Lady Vanishes" (also known, strangely, by the title "Alarm on the Express") is Alfred Hitchcock's last film in his British period, who eventually began directing films in Hollywood. It is a basic, straightforward yet very effective thriller, somewhat similar to Agatha Christie novels like "Murder on the Orient Express", but with a plot about a disappearance that takes a much more interesting turn (we won't spoil it for you). If you enjoy mystery stories or want to know classic Hitchcock, this is a great starting point.



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While travelling in continental Europe, a rich young playgirl realizes that an elderly lady seems to have disappeared from the train.

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