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The 39 Steps

The 39 Steps(1935)

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Brief Synopsis

A man falsely suspected of killing a spy races across Scotland handcuffed to the beautiful blonde who turned him in.

Cast & Crew

Robert Donat Richard Hannay
Lucie Mannheim Miss Smith
Godfrey Tearle Professor Jordan
Peggy Ashcroft Crofter's wife
John Laurie Crofter
Helen Haye Mrs. Jordon
Gus McNaughton Commercial traveller
Jerry Verno Commercial traveller

Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  London opening: Jun 1935
Release Date:  1935 Production Date:  none available
Color/B&W:  Black and White Distributions Co:  Gaumont-British Picture Corp. of America
Sound:  Mono Production Co:  Gaumont-British Picture Corp.
Duration(mins):  81 or 87 Country:  Great Britain and United States
Duration(feet):  7,821    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Hannay saves his fanny

    Jeff Boston 2013-01-30

    Engrossing film and much better than Hitch's more celebrated "The Lady Vanishes". Well paced and well acted, with many wonderful scenes. ... MORE>

  • The 39 Steps

    Dashiell B. 2013-01-28

    The film that made Hitchcock a household name. Donat is a Canadian on holiday when he becomes involved with spies, later handcuffed to Carroll, the two... MORE>

  • Step in the right direction

    GIbbs 2013-01-28

    Saw the movie for the first time. A very good movie and it will keep your attention. This was the first movie I had seen of Hitchcock before he came to... MORE>