February 25, 2017


Champagne – 1928 | 86mins | Drama | B&W – Silent

Plot Synopsis


Champagne, was made in English and German versions. The story line is as thin as mountain air and is basically boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy finally gets girl. Hitchcock thinks that this is one of his worst films ever, but it does have some funny bits, such as a drunk who walks with a stagger from side to side on a ship that is very steady. When the ship starts to roll, though, the drunk walks straight and everybody else staggers. The film was trivial but not unlike some of the other losers with which Hitchcock was connected in his early years.

Production Team

Alfred Hitchcock: Director
C Wilfred Arnold: Art Direction
Jack Cox: Cinematography
John Maxwell: Producer
Eliot Stannard: Script
Alfred Hitchcock: Script


Betty Balfour: Betty
Jean Bradin: The Boy
Gordon Harker: The Father
Clifford Heatherley: The Manager
Claude Hulbert: A Guest

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