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The Lady Vanishes -- The Lady Vanishes is a stunning adaptation of the classic 1930s thriller. Iris Carr is traveling across Europe by train when she befriends Miss Froy, an elderly English woman. But when she wakes up from a few hours' sleep, Miss Froy has vanished. As fellow passengers claim the lady never existed, Iris fights to discover the fate of Miss Froy - and prove that she's not going mad.


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18 August 2013 (USA) See more »
While traveling by train, a young socialite is befriended by a charming yet enigmatic older woman. However, when the woman disappears, the other passengers deny she ever existed. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Tuppence Middleton ... Iris Carr

Keeley Hawes ... Mrs. Todhunter / Laura Parmiter

Julian Rhind-Tutt ... Mr. Todhunter / Sir Peveril
Sandy McDade ... Mrs. Barnes

Pip Torrens ... Reverend Kenneth Barnes

Stephanie Cole ... Evelyn Floodporter

Gemma Jones ... Rose Floodporter

Benedikte Hansen ... The Baroness

Jesper Christensen ... The Doctor
Selina Cadell ... Miss Froy

Tom Hughes ... Max Hare

Alex Jennings ... The Professor
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Charles Aitken ... Charlie
Paolo Antonio ... Border Guard
Beatrix Biro ... Nurse
Marta Bolfan ... Blonde Woman (as Marta Bolfan Ugljen)
Vilmos Cservenák ... Ticket Master
Zsuzsa David ... Frau Kummer

Emerald Fennell ... Odette
Balázs Galkó ... Station Porter

Daniel Gosling ... Freddie
István Gyurity ... Father in Carriage
Zsuzsa Kalmar ... Mother in Carriage
Gábor Krausz ... Ticket Officer
Lili Lakos ... Girl in Carriage

Tamás Lengyel ... Julij

Daisy Lewis ... Diana
András Attila Lukács ... Male Nurse (as Andras Lukács)
Csaba Mokany ... Waiter
Balázs Mózes ... Customs Officer
Nandor Szilagyi ... Shepherd
Csaba Zöld ... Concierge
Lysander Barron ... English Friend (uncredited)
Katharine Bubbear ... English Friend (uncredited)
Jack Fayter ... English Friend (uncredited)

Directed by
Diarmuid Lawrence 
Writing credits
Fiona Seres (screenplay)

Ethel Lina White (novel "The Wheel Spins")

Produced by
Margaret Conway .... line producer
Rebecca Eaton .... executive producer: Masterpiece
Anne Pivcevic .... executive producer
Ann Tricklebank .... producer
Ildiko Kemeny .... production executive: Hungary, Pioneer Pictures (uncredited)
Original Music by
John Lunn 
Cinematography by
Peter Greenhalgh (director of photography)
Film Editing by
David Head 
Casting by
Katalin Baranyi 
Jill Trevellick 
Production Design by
Susie Cullen 
Art Direction by
Justin Warburton-Brown 
Set Decoration by
Zsuzsa Mihalek 
Costume Design by
Andrea Galer 
Makeup Department
Rita Balla .... makeup artist
Szandra Bíró .... make-up and hair
Krisztina Fehér .... makeup supervisor
Jánosné Kajtár .... hair & make up
Production Management
Zsofi Oblath .... assistant production manager
Maria Ungor .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Chris Dall .... first assistant director
Szonja Szekerák .... second second assistant director
Tamás Vass .... second assistant director
Norbert Vilonya .... third assistant director
Art Department
Dávid Breier .... property master
Jonathan Houlding .... set designer
József Kiss .... construction manager
Moni Kovacs .... art department coordinator
Tamás Novák .... painter
Lajos E. Szabó .... standby construction
Dávid Szekeres .... set dresser
Krisztina Szücsy .... drapes master
Béla Tollay .... standby props
James Wakefield .... set designer
Sound Department
Ben Brazier .... foley mixer
Robert Brazier .... foley recordist
Pietro Dalmasso .... sound effects editor
Simon Diggins .... adr mixer
Sue Harding .... foley artist
Colin Martin .... dubbing mixer
Mac Ruth .... sound recordist
Mihailo Stevanovic .... utility sound technician
Mike Tehrani .... adr recordist
Balazs Varga .... boom operator
Ian Wilkinson .... dialogue editor
Rowena Wilkinson .... foley artist
Visual Effects by
Håkan Blomdahl .... visual effects
Elin Kothe .... visual effects
Malin Leuchovius .... visual effects coordinator
Linus Lindbalk .... matte painter
Linus Lindbalk .... visual effects
Martin Malmqvist .... visual effects supervisor
Simon Martinsson .... visual effects
Daniel Nielsen .... visual effects
Timo Närhi .... visual effects
Magnus Olsson .... visual effects
Gustav Törnroth .... visual effects
Sean Wheelan .... visual effects producer
Béla Unger .... stunt coordinator
Viktoria Zambo .... stunt double: Tuppence Middleton
Camera and Electrical Department
Csaba Bankhardt .... grip
Krisztián Galanics .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
István Gottmann .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
John Hembrough .... camera/steadicam operator
Csaba Nemesházi .... second assistant camera
Viktor Racsek .... dimmer board operator
Imre Sisa .... key grip
Péter Rácz Tiger .... digital imaging technician
Animation Department
Alasdair Willson .... title sequence: animator
Casting Department
Katalin Baranyi .... casting director: Hungary
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Andi Bencsik .... costume cutter
Editorial Department
David Chisholm .... on-line editor
Eve Doherty .... assistant editor
Vincent Narduzzo .... colorist
Music Department
Paul Golding .... music scoring engineer
Alastair King .... conductor
Alastair King .... orchestrator
Transportation Department
László Kiss .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Györgi Andréka .... head animal coordinator
Tom Bromwich .... titles producer
Krisztina Hegyi .... medical coordinator
Amy Horkay .... production coordinator
Kontoroll Kft .... location auditor
Ágnes Kun .... production accountant: Hungary
Richard McNeill .... production accountant
Andrea Nagy .... cashier
János Papp .... health & safety advisor
Andrew Popplestone .... title sequence director & designer
Csaba Veres .... assistant production accountant
Gabriella Winkler .... script supervisor

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18 out of 30 people found the following review useful.
Strangered on a Train, 21 March 2013
Author: jc-osms from United Kingdom

I probably made a mistake in coming to this most recent remake of "The Lady Vanishes" just days after watching Hitchcock's definitive 1939 version. There's just no comparison. Hitch's version was fast moving, exciting, suspenseful, funny and sexy while this version was by contrast, turgid, dull, predictable, humourless and staid.

The central character of Iris garners no interest from the viewer right from the start and quite why she's made to fall down a steep hill after witnessing a scene between the illicit lovers "Mr & Mrs Todmorton" is anyone's guess. Anyway, back at the hotel she throws a strop and decides to let her so called friends return to England before her, although within a day she's hey-presto on the next train herself, free spirit that she is. There she bumps into a friendly middle-aged woman who befriends her in the face of foreign frostiness, before the latter makes like the title and precipitates her attempts to find her and save her from a dastardly fate.

Only thing is you get no sense of connection between Iris and Miss Froy, in fact the latter witters on so much that if she sat next to me on a train I'd welcome any chance I got to escape her attentions. Moreover there's no mystery at all, the Hitchcock reveal of Miss Froy's writing her name in the condensation of the train window substituted for an English newspaper discarded in her compartment. There's no mysterious nun to alert suspicion, the romance between Iris and the professor's young assistant appears out of thin air while the rescue conclusion is wholly devoid of thrills.

I didn't feel the cast did much to lift an already stodgy production either, but the starriest players ever couldn't have made this dead duck fly. In trying, I presume to distance itself from being a slavish copy of the famous original it seemed to completely forget it was meant to be a romantic comedy-thriller.

Now excuse me while I try to forget I ever saw this whole dreary programme...

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