Next: "Sabotage" (1936) [image=http://cinefilia.fezocasblurbs.com/archives/sabotage.JPG] aka "The Woman Alone" [image=http://sepnet.com/rcramer/pictures/sabotage.jpg] The title of this film is the source of much confusion: it is based on Joseph Conrad's "The Secret Agent" (the title of Hitchcock's last film), and one of Hitchcock's American films is called "Saboteur". This one stars Sylvia Sydney (then a considerable Hollywood star), and Oskar Homolka (who is excellent as the secret agent in question). Notorious for a death that Hitchcock later thought a mistake (he's wrong), and a very long sequence prior to a murder, when we can see that it's going to happen, and the suspense becomes very strong. Nasty and very interesting; only 76 minutes long. However, some of the tapes and DVDs of this movie are defective, so be careful what you buy.