The Lady Vanishes Margaret Lockwood, Michael Redgrave, and Paul Lukas in this 1938, Alfred Hitchcock film. While abroad on a train, Iris Henderson(Lockwood) believes she was with an elderly woman on the train, but when she asks around about the lady, no one has seen or heard of her. Believing, either she's delusional or the lady is really missing, Iris and fellow passenger, Gilbert(Redgrave) try to find out what's really going on. One of the best Hitchcock films, that I've seen. His work in this film is of the most precise and thrilling to watch. Michael and Margaret are not only magnetic together, but the humor and gaiety between the two, makes the film so much fun to watch.I loved that there isn't one bad performance in this entire film. They all deliver the best! An excellent and superb film, that I could watch over and over again.
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