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The Lady Vanishes

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The Lady Vanishes is a 1938 British movie directed by Alfred Hitchcock, starring Michael Redgrave as Gilbert and Margaret Lockwood as Iris Henderson.

In the movie, Gilbert, while explaining his theory about the disappearance of the elderly lady to Iris, wears a deerstalker and smoke some sort of calabash pipe. Not talking about Sherlock Holmes. Segment: 58'32 - 59'17.