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  • PG
  • Action, Comedy
  • 1979
  • 95 mins

The Lady Vanishes

Film4 The Lady Vanishes

Synopsis

A watchable remake of the much-loved Hitchcock classic.

About

Miss Froy (Angela Lansbury in high camp mode) goes missing on a train leaving hapless Elliott Gould and Cybill Shepherd flitting from one compartment to the next, where they are ruthlessly upstaged by amiable old coves Arthur Lowe and Ian Carmichael as cricket-mad Charters and Caldicott.

Cast & Connections

  • Actor: Angela Lansbury, Elliott Gould, Ian Carmichael, Arthur Lowe, Cybill Shepherd
  • Director: Anthony Page
  • Writer: George Axelrod
  • Producer: Tom Sachs
  • Photographer: Douglas Slocombe
  • Composer: Richard Hartley

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