The 39 Steps (1959)
Remake of the classic hitchcock movie. Whilst generally not as good, it is a rather fun movie, and more lighthearted than the original. This is largely due to Kenneth More's acting.
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Director: Ralph Thomas
Actors: Kenneth More , Taina Elg , Brenda De Banzie , Sid James , James Hayter , Barry Jones , Reginald Beckwith
Last update : 09 Jul 2014
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