10 Reasons to Watch SABOTAGE (1936)

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10 Reasons to Watch SABOTAGE (1936)

Dan and Tom look at 10 reasons to watch SABOTAGE, the 1936 Alfred Hitchcock classic. Listen to find out why you want to watch the movie.

Dan and Tom discuss 10 reasons to watch SABOTAGE, the 1936 Alfred Hitchcock spy movie. Sabotage was also released under the titles The Woman Alone and I Married A Murderer.

  1. The origin of the movie
  2. Spies living among regular people
  3. It’s hard to identify the enemy
  4. Stars one of our favorite spy movie stars
  5. Why Hitchcock didn’t like John Loder as the detective
  6. The influence of a 1935 Disney movie
  7. The opening of the movie
  8. Romance
  9. Exquisite camera and Foley work
  10. And of course, Sabotage”s influence on future spy movies.

So, listen to Dan and Tom to find out the details of their 10 reasons to watch SABOTAGE.

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