Tag Archives: Gordon Harker

Elstree Calling (1930) – reviewed by George

Alfred Hitchcock’s 11th film is, in a sense, not his film, at least not his alone. For a little over a minute we have a lovely little melody with a black screen. Then we get the start of the credits … Continue reading

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Champagne (1928)- reviewed by George

Alfred Hitchcock’s 8th film is a romantic comedy with plenty of deception on the part of the four principals in order to get their own way. The four major characters are a rich father, his bright and somewhat hyper daughter, … Continue reading

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The Farmer’s Wife (1928) – reviewed by George

A;fred Hitchcock’s sixth film is a domestic comedy, at least once you get past the set-up. The stars are Jameson Thomas as Farmer Sweetland, Lilian Hall-Davis as his housekeeper Araminta Dench, and Gordon Harker as his handyman Churdles Ash. Mrs. … Continue reading

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