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The 39 Steps (1935)

Handcuffed to the girl who double-crossed him

Genre : Mystery, Thriller

Runtime : 1H 26M

Director : Alfred Hitchcock

Synopsis

Richard Hanney has a rude awakening when a glamorous female spy falls into his bed - with a knife in her back. Having a bit of trouble explaining it all to Scotland Yard, he heads for the hills of Scotland to try to clear his name by locating the spy ring known as The 39 Steps.

Actors

Robert Donat
Robert Donat
Richard Hannay
Madeleine Carroll
Madeleine Carroll
Pamela
Lucie Mannheim
Lucie Mannheim
Annabella Smith
Godfrey Tearle
Godfrey Tearle
Professor Jordan
Peggy Ashcroft
Peggy Ashcroft
The Crofter's Wife Margaret
John Laurie
John Laurie
John the Crofter
Helen Haye
Helen Haye
Louisa Jordan
Frank Cellier
Frank Cellier
Sheriff Watson
Wylie Watson
Wylie Watson
Mr. Memory
Gus McNaughton
Gus McNaughton
Salesman on the Flying Scotsman
Jerry Verno
Jerry Verno
Salesman on the Flying Scotsman
Peggy Simpson
Peggy Simpson
The Jordans' Maid
Matthew Boulton
Matthew Boulton
Fake Police Officer (uncredited)
Pat Hagate
Pat Hagate
M.C. Who Introduces Mr. Memory (uncredited)
Alfred Hitchcock
Alfred Hitchcock
Man Walking Past Bus (uncredited)
Carleton Hobbs
Carleton Hobbs
Fake Police Officer (uncredited)
Elizabeth Inglis
Elizabeth Inglis
Professor Jordan's Daughter Pat (uncredited)
Quinton McPherson
Quinton McPherson
Clergyman on the Flying Scotsman (uncredited)
Frederick Piper
Frederick Piper
The Milkman (uncredited)
Hilda Trevelyan
Hilda Trevelyan
The Innkeeper's Wife (uncredited)
Ivor Barnard
Ivor Barnard
Political Meeting Chairman (uncredited)
Ex-Det. Sergt. Bishop
Ex-Det. Sergt. Bishop
Police Sergeant (uncredited)
Wallace Bosco
Wallace Bosco
Palladium Doorman (uncredited)
Vida Hope
Vida Hope
Usherette (uncredited)
James Knight
James Knight
Detective at London Palladium (uncredited)
Miles Malleson
Miles Malleson
Palladium Manager (uncredited)
John Rae
John Rae
Audience Member at Political Meeting (uncredited)
John Turnbull
John Turnbull
Scottish Police Inspector (uncredited)
S. J. Warmington
S. J. Warmington
Scotland Yard Man (uncredited)
Charles Bennett
Charles Bennett
Second Passerby Near the Bus (uncredited)

Crews

Alfred Hitchcock
Alfred Hitchcock
Director
Michael Balcon
Michael Balcon
Producer
Jack Beaver
Jack Beaver
Original Music Composer
Bernard Knowles
Bernard Knowles
Director of Photography
Derek N. Twist
Derek N. Twist
Editor
Louis Levy
Louis Levy
Original Music Composer
Alma Reville
Alma Reville
Script Supervisor
John Buchan
John Buchan
Novel
Oscar Friedrich Werndorff
Oscar Friedrich Werndorff
Art Direction
Albert Jullion
Albert Jullion
Art Direction
Alma Reville
Alma Reville
Continuity
Louis Levy
Louis Levy
Conductor
Louis Levy
Louis Levy
Music Director
Joe Strassner
Joe Strassner
Costume Designer
Marianne
Marianne
Wardrobe Designer
Peter Sargent
Peter Sargent
Clapper Loader
Reg Johnson
Reg Johnson
Assistant Camera
Jack Whitehead
Jack Whitehead
Special Effects
Peter Birch
Peter Birch
Sound Recordist
Albert Whitlock
Albert Whitlock
Scenic Artist
Pen Tennyson
Pen Tennyson
Assistant Director
Bob Clark
Bob Clark
Makeup Artist
Ivor Montagu
Ivor Montagu
Associate Producer
Ian Hay
Ian Hay
Writer
Charles Bennett
Charles Bennett
Writer

Trailers and other movies

The 39 Steps (1935)  - Alfred Hitchcock - Trailer
Three Reasons: The 39 Steps

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