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39 Steps, The - Criterion Collection

39 Steps, The - Criterion Collection Cover

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English Commentary

Subtitle Track(s):
English
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  • DVD Region 1 Criterion Collection 1.33:1 (4:3 Fullscreen) NTSC Add to Collection Add to Wishlist View Images for this disc Compare prices for this disc



    General:


    Synopsis: Espionage thriller set in '30s London involving spies and murder. Though not considered one of Hitchcock's best, it's a great curiosity item for fans of classic suspense.

    Alternate Title(s): Thirty-Nine Steps, The

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    Directed By: Alfred Hitchcock
    Recommended Retail Price:
    $USD39.95

    Best Price:
    $USD 4.99 - DVD Empire
    (does not include shipping)

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    Cast: Peggy Ashcroft
    Madeleine Carroll
    Robert Donat
    John Laurie
    Lucie Mannheim
    Godfrey Tearle
    Genre: Action / Classic /
    Drama / Mystery /
    Suspense / Thriller
    Running Time: 87 minutes
    Year of Production: 1935
    Disc Release Date: November 2, 1999
    UPC: 37429135228 (or 037429135228)


    Editions:

    There are 3 editions of this movie (including the current edition) in the current region (region 1)
    There are 2 additional editions of this movie in other regions

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    Extra Features:

    • Commentary by Hitchcock scholar Marian Keane
    • Production notes
    • Gorgeous new digital transfer, with restored picture and sound
    • The complete 1937 broadcast of the Lux Radio Theatre adaptation performed by Robert Montgomery and Ida Lupino
    • The Art of Film: Vintage Hitchcock, the complete Janus Films documentary detailing the director's British period
    • Excerpts from the original 1935 press book
    • Original production design drawings

    Disc Information:

    Disc: Type:
    1: Single Sided, Dual Layer


    Disc Audio Information:

    Track: Language: Details:
    1: English Dolby Digital 1.0 (Mono)
    2: Commentary Dolby Digital 1.0 (Mono)


    Disc Subtitle Information:

    English



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