For those who love Alfred Hitchcock and haven't seen much of his earlier films or do love his early films, then you don't want to miss TCM on Sunday, Jan. 27th, at 7 pm. They are airing three of his films from the 1930s. Below is the schedule and all times are in central time.
A man is on the run for a murder he didn't commit in this spy thriller with a mix of light comedy. While he is searching for the real killer and the spy ring, he uses a woman named, Pamela to help him. It's one of Hitchcock's finest movies.
A young woman who is on a train befriends an older woman but when the older woman disappears she's fanatic and tries to look for her. It doesn't help that the other passengers don't believe that she was ever on the train!
"Sabotage," is another of Hitchcock's spy movies, this one is about a woman who wants to get revenge on her Secret Agent husband because he killed her brother. This one is more darker than "The 39 Steps."
So Sunday, Jan. 27, on the TCM starting at 7 pm these films will be airing. They are some of the best Hitchcock films from the 1930s, so don't miss it!