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Underrated Hitchcock Films

As part of Audience Everywhere’s celebration of Alfred Hitchcock’s birthday, I wrote a piece on five of the director’s films that don’t get as much attention as they deserve. 149 more words


'The 39 Steps'

KTO is happy to partner with Lamplight Productions to bring you “The 39 Steps,” from the novel by John Buchan. Adapted by Patrick Barlow, from an original concept by Simon Corble and Nobby Dimon. 53 more words


The 39 Steps

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The 39 Steps

Theatre Trip: The 39 Steps by Patrick Barlow

By Dave Edwards

On the 15th July, the Oldbury Writing Group attended Patrick Barlow’s production of the classic thriller The 39 Steps at the Oldbury Rep… 85 more words

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The 39 Steps (1935, Alfred Hitchcock)

There are numerous good moments in The 39 Steps. Even the clunky finale is a good moment–director Hitchcock knows he’s got a good moment, he just doesn’t know how to fill in around it. 599 more words


Early Hitchcock? Yes. Minor Hitchcock? Definitely Not. - The 39 Steps (1935)

***Spoiler Warning! Yes, I’m writing about a more than 80 year old movie today, but just as this was my first viewing of the movie, therefore it was new to me and there were twists I wouldn’t have wanted to know about, I’m sure there are those of you out there who are in the same situation, and even though I’m not going to be talking about the very ending of the movie, there are some twists that are unavoidable. 728 more words


The 39 Steps


Lyric Theatre, The Lowry

Poor Richard Hannay – framed for the murder of a mysterious young woman  he’s only recently met, he’s had to go on the run to a remote corner of the Scottish Highlands in order to prove his innocence. 321 more words