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Daily Mail (02/Oct/1926) - Mr. Malcolm Keen




"The Mountain Eagle," an Anglo-German film produced on the Continent and directed by Mr. Alfred Hitchcock,

the young Englishman whose murder mystery picture "The Lodger" was recently acclaimed as a screen masterpiece, was trade-shown at the London Hippodrome yesterday afternoon.

"The Mountain Eagle" was made some long time before the English film "The Lodger," and is far less entertaining.

The story tells of the rivalry between two men in a remote mountain village. These parts are well played by Herr Bernhard Goetzke and Mr. Malcolm Keen. The latter, whose first film work this represents is a real "discovery." Mr. Keen should be seen in many English pictures in virile parts.