Alfred Hitchcock Blogathon: The Manxman (1929) – Movie Rob

Here is a the 9th review for our Alfred Hitchcock blogathon. This is another one reviewed by me. Check it out here!

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Rob returns this morning with another silent movie from Alfred Hitchcock! Such a trouper for going through so much silence!

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For the 9th review of our Alfred Hitchcock  blogathon, I bring you another review written by me. This time, it’s for Hitchcock’s final silent movie, The Manxman (1929)

For my 4th and final Hitchcock silent film (thank to whatever deity you all believe in or not), I was saddled with reviewing another love triangle story by the master of thrillers.

Once again, this was prior to him becoming known for his thrillers because it is no where even close to being one.

However, the story is actually quite good except for being a bit long.

The basic premise is this: Two best friends (Pete and Philip) who are never apart and always watch the other’s back have their friendship tested when Pete travels to South Africa,and Philip promises to look…

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