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Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger (Dramatised) Radio/TV Program

Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger (Dramatised)

The Buntings take in a very reclusive boarder; but is there a connection between the recent wave of Ripper-like murders and the lodger? This spectacular radio version of Hitchcock's 1927 film of the same title stars Herbert Marshall.
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The Buntings take in a very reclusive boarder; but is there a connection between the recent wave of Ripper-like murders and the lodger? This spectacular radio version of Hitchcock's 1927 film of the same title stars Herbert Marshall.

©2008 Saland Publishing; (P)2008 Saland Publishing

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  • Melissa Wells
    12/1/15
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    "oldie but goodie"

    Hitchcock doing what he does best. Teasing the listener. Enjoy with a cuppa this classic scenario from the master. no ending....only Hitchcock could pull this off. classic

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  • Highlight
    United Kingdom
    1/12/15
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    "Cheeky Alfred Hitchcock at His Best"

    A nice old play set in 1927 about a B & B who take in a lodger
    at the time of the ripper. Is he or isn't he ... a strange ending from Hitchcock himself who muscles in at the end of the performance.
    one to add to your audible collection.

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