I saw the remake. It's second grade compare to the original film, and forgettable. The original is a real achievement, I agree.
There's magic in that old film (and great filming and acting powers), one of the fexw I could watch more than twice... and still be captivted.
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--- In rara-avis-l@ yahoogroups. com, "Gonzalo Baeza" <gbaeza@...> wrote:
> He also wrote the remake of The Lady Vanishes, one of the last movies
> to be produced by Hammer Films. It starred Elliott Gould and Cybill
> Shepherd and it's virtually impossible to find a copy these days. i
> haven't seen it but I'm curious if anyone else on this list has.
I've never seen it, or a copy of it. But I thought there was a Hammer
reissue on DVD going on. It may appear on DVD eventually. I am not
sure I want to see a remake of _that_ movie, though. The original is
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