#Madeleine Carroll

Madeleine Carroll in Hitchcock’s The Secret Agent (1936)
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Madeleine Carroll in Hitchcock’s The Secret Agent (1936)

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Madeleine Carroll in The 39 Steps (1935)

Madeleine Carroll in The 39 Steps (1935)

The 39 Steps (1935) DIR: Alfred Hitchcock
The 39 Steps is arguably the best of Hitchock’s British films, before he moved to Hollywood in 1939. It is a thriller that is equally mysterious as it is humorous - a formula that Hitchcock would continue to use again and again. It stars Madeleine Carroll as the “cool blonde” alongside Robert Donat, who plays Hannay, a man who is innocent and yet is running away from the police.
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The 39 Steps (1935)
DIR: Alfred Hitchcock

The 39 Steps is arguably the best of Hitchock’s British films, before he moved to Hollywood in 1939. It is a thriller that is equally mysterious as it is humorous - a formula that Hitchcock would continue to use again and again. It stars Madeleine Carroll as the “cool blonde” alongside Robert Donat, who plays Hannay, a man who is innocent and yet is running away from the police.

Links: IMDb | Wikipedia

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Madeleine Carroll in Hitchock’s The 39 Steps (1935)
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Madeleine Carroll in Hitchock’s The 39 Steps (1935)

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Madeleine Carroll wearing Chanel in 1938
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Madeleine Carroll wearing Chanel in 1938

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