The 39 Steps (1935)

No this is not a really long recipe, it’s an Alfred Hitchcock movie. This isn’t one of his best films, but it does have some enjoyable parts to it. I love the whole two people being handcuffed together thing. It even makes it more funny that the couple really doesn’t get along. The film is quite old as you can see, the sound and picture quality is pretty low. The shots that were done were incredible. You can see Mr. Hitchcock’s fingerprints all over the film. Watch if you are a diehard Hitchcock fan, otherwise you can skip it.

77/100

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The 39 Steps (1935)

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2 thoughts on “The 39 Steps (1935)

    • I watched it on HULU, I wasn’t sure if it was the Criterion print… it might be since they have a lot of the Criterion collection on there for streaming.

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