This DVD collection features two classic films from celebrated director Alfred Hitchcock. Through his original camera work, storytelling and direction, Hitchcock took his audiences on a thrill ride to the darker realms of the human psyche, where they were often left shocked but were always guaranteed to be entertained. Join the "Master of Suspense" for a film experience you will not forget.
The 39 Steps (1935, 86 mins.): A man's life is forever altered when he accidentally finds himself in possession of secret plans to smuggle classified information out of England. What follows is a harrowing and frantic effort to escape a slew of shady characters wishing to possess the secret plans at any cost. He is suddenly reduced to a pawn in the dangerous world of international intrigue. This is Hitchcock at his best!
The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934, 75 mins.): The film, which made Alfred Hitchcock an international success, is a gripping tale of unrelenting political intrigue. When Bob Lawrence becomes the only witness to a dying man's last words, his life is suddenly cast into a hazardous series of events that not only endanger an important diplomat, but also threaten the safety of his own daughter. Included in this film is the classic Hitchcock finale at Albert Hall.