The second version of John Buchan's classic thriller sees Kenneth More (Reach for the Sky) as the innocent man caught up in international intrigue. Richard Hannay meets a young nanny and takes her back to his flat. He soon learns she is not all that she seems to be and when she is murdered he becomes the prime suspect. On the run from the police, he heads to Scotland and searches for the connection with the '39 steps'.
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Most lovers of this gripping tale of espionage and a guy caught up in a situation he doesn't understand tend to go for Hitch's version with Robert Donat? But I much prefer this fifties setting and the everyman hero of Kenneth More, a character actor who wears his roles like warm slippers, so comfortable! He convinces that his plight of a spy conspiracy is real as is his trek across Scotland using real settings rather than studio set-ups.
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