Build a collection of classic movies from the master of suspense, Alfred Hitchcock, starting with a free DVD The 39 Steps inside The Sunday Times on September 7, 2008.
You can add another title to your collection each day by picking up a free DVD from Monday to Friday at WHSmith, then complete the set with The Lady Vanishes, free inside The Times on Saturday, September 13.
Sunday - The 39 Steps
An innocent man on the run. A beautiful, icy blonde. A chaotic world in which no one is what they seem. Deservedly one of the BFIs Top Five Favourite British Films.
Monday - The Man Who Knew Too Much
A dying man reveals an assassination plot, a child is abducted, and a man must choose between his family and his country. The Albert Hall provides a fitting setting for a thrilling climax.
Tuesday - Sabotage
One of cinema's most famous and brilliantly executed sequences sees an innocent boy unwittingly delivering a timed bomb on a bus that is stuck in traffic. Hitchcock at his very best.
Wednesday - The Secret Agent
Somerset Maughams spy story receives the Hitchcock treatment with a mix of ironic humour and suspenseful set pieces. A novelist has his death faked by British Intelligence, before embarking on a perilous and eccentric mission.
Thursday - Young and Innocent
A stylish thriller with a simple premise: a man finds the body of a young girl and runs to get help. Two young witnesses take him for the killer, and he faces a fight to prove his innocence.
Friday - Jamaica Inn
A superbly atmospheric tale of thieves and cutthroats set on the rugged Cornish coast. An orphan girl goes to live with her uncle, but discovers that he is the head of a gang of bloodthirsty wreckers.
Saturday - The Lady Vanishes
Aboard a trans-continental express, a young woman befriends an English governess who promptly disappears. Seeking an explanation, she is accused of hallucinating, but the more questions she asks, the deeper the mystery becomes.