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One Spy to Another: The 39 Steps


I can’t name the first Hitchcock movie I ever saw. I’ve loved him for so long it’s impossible to say where my obsession began. 935 more words

June 2016 at The Lowry

Step in to a magical world this June at The Lowry when Opera North present Wagner’s four part masterpiece The Ring Cycle (Mon 13 – Sat 18 June). 1,126 more words

For Your Consideration Episode 14: The 39 Steps (1935)

Another episode of the podcast that I’m really happy with. I feel like my co-host, Dustin, and I have really started to find out rhythm and things are tightening up. 37 more words


“The 39 Steps” at Little Fish Theatre

One of the many remarkable things about the stage version of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1935 spy thriller, The 39 Steps, is that the entire thing is utterly faithful to the movie. 467 more words

Nathan Page in "The 39 Steps"

Nathan Page returns to the The South Australian Theatre Company (SATC) to play the lead in the award-winning play The 39 Steps. Based on the original novel by John Buchan and Hitchcock’s film of the same name, the play is adapted by Patrick Barlow and directed by Jon Halpin. 46 more words

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Quick Take: The 39 Steps (1935), or Before Hitchcock Was Hitchcock

Like most movie-lovers, I’m most familiar with Alfred Hitchcock’s later work. I’ve seen his early movies Rebecca and Sabotage, but the movies I think of when I think of Hitch are  143 more words

Quick Take

♦♦♦ | The 39 Steps

A murdered spy, a misty Scottish moor, a dastardly plot and a daring escape (coupled with a stiff upper lip and rather attractive pencil moustache) are the order of the day as dashing hero, Richard Hannay, uncovers the secrets of The 39 Steps in this knockabout comedy. 505 more words

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