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The 39 Steps

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Hitchcock at his very best.

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Hitchcock perfected his favourite thriller set-up – the innocent man on the run – with this adaptation of John Buchan’s classic adventure novel, as Richard Hannay flees London for the Highlands, evading the police in pursuit of a vicious foreign spy ring. Packed with twists and turns, this is an essential early slice of Hitchcock.

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Director(s): Alfred Hitchcock   Country of Origin: United Kingdom  Year: 1935   Running Time: 1hr 31 mins  
BBFC Advice: U Suitable for all  

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