I took part in Zoe and Rob’s Alfred Hitchock Blogathon. Check out my review on The Lady Vanishes and have a look at the other entries in the Blogathon.
Lauren from My Kind of Movie joins us today, thank you so much Lauren!
Suspense! Intrigue! Espionage! Sounds like most of Alfred Hitchcock films, except the action takes place on a train!
Starting at a hotel set in the country of Bandrika, “one of Europe’s few undiscovered corners” (in other words completely made up), we are introduced to the main characters of the films, including main protagonist Iris (Margaret Lockwood), a snobby privilege girl. At the hotel she meets among others, Miss Froy (Dame May Whitty), a former governess. Later after hitting her head at the train station, she is looked after again by Miss Froy and they strike up a friendship. However when Miss Froy later disappears, Iris desperately tries to find her, only to have the rest of the train tell her that Miss Froy never existed!
This comedy thriller based on the novel The Wheel Spins by…
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