| Comedy, Mystery
Charters and Caldicott, touring in the Near East, are mistaken for German agents and handed in error a gramophone record which contains vital information for Britain's enemies.
This film is featured on the two-disc Criterion Collection DVD re-release for "The Lady Vanishes (1938)."
Well, If you're going to be all alone, I mean, I'm not engaged or anything and I thought perhaps we could, er...
La Palermo: Yes, perhaps we could, er...
Caldicott: Well, shall we?
La Palermo: Mmmm!
Arriving at the hotel, Charters & Caldicott check in and decide to go straight to their rooms, 47 & 48 respectively as seen in the guest book when the receptionist reveals to Rossenger shortly after. When Edith Charters arrives and asks for a call to be put through to her brother's room, the receptionist is heard putting a call through to room 48. Charters in room 47 is then seen answering the call.