One of the great thrillers (1941), perfectly constructed by Fritz Lang. Walter Pidgeon is a British big-game hunter stalking Adolf Hitler, purely, he thinks, for the sport of it. Lang's paranoid fascination with the faceless legions of “them” is vividly expressed in the characterization of the gestapo agents who begin, in turn, to stalk Pidgeon. With Joan Bennett, George Sanders, John Carradine, and Roddy McDowall. 105 min.