The 39 Steps stars Robert Donat and Madeleine Carroll in this 1935, Alfred Hitchcock film. The film is about Richard Hannay(Donat), who is falsely accused of killing a woman, after her body is discovered in his home. Unintentionally getting tangled up in espionage, Richard tries to prove his innocence but no one believes him, especially a woman named Pamela(Carroll). At first, Pamela attempts to get him arrested; believing he committed the crime but soon realizes he is innocent. It's a great suspense film but not a favorite of mine. I think the beginning of the film is a tad too slow for my liking but I did like the playfulness between Donat and Carroll. They were electrifying together in this film. I honestly haven't seen many of Donat's films but I loved him in this film. I loved when he was sarcastically telling Madeleine of his past crimes. That was utterly hilarious.
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