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Collect a series of classic Hitchcock DVDs starting on Sunday 7th September in The Times
Collect a series of classic Hitchcock DVDs starting on Sunday 7th September in The Times

Collect a series of classic Hitchcock DVDs starting on Sunday 7th September in The Times

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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.

7 Comments

Fantastic. Voted hot. I stopped buying The Times when they put the cover price up to 80p. Now I shall buy it again.

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Very HOT, pitty they've not included the "birds" film

Its his older british movies, i'd recommend sabotage if you have not already seen it, obviously Lady Vanishes and 39 Steps are classics.
My personal fave is Vertigo.
Hot stuff:thumbsup:

I wanted 39 steps SO SO BAD!!

I saw it HMW for 15 quid !!!!!

This is a bloody bargain!!

what about those of us nowhere near whs?

fsm65;2900944

what about those of us nowhere near whs?



What about you? sheesh :roll:

fsm65;2900944

what about those of us nowhere near whs?



The first movie, the 39 Steps, comes inside the paper on Sunday so you don't need to get to a WHSmith.. However, the Sunday Times does cost more, I think it's 2 pounds. Which is still a bargain for the movie, and because the Sunday Times has extra mags, etc.
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