Cinema: The New Pictures: Nov. 21, 1938

The Lady Vanishes (Gaumont British) exhibits Director Alfred Hitchcock, Eng land's portly master of melodrama, at the top of his form. The ingredients of Hitch cock pictures rarely vary much. They include a beautiful English girl, a some what bewildered hero, several international spies, a code and a journey, preferably by train.

To these, in The Lady Vanishes, is added a story which will remind admirers of Alex ander Woollcott of his famed anecdote about the young lady who, visiting Paris with her mother, was sadly disconcerted one day to find that the old...

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