Golden Age of the Silver Screen

Downhill (1927) (When Boys Leave Home)

Episode #37

Woolf & Freedman Film Service released Downhill on October 24, 1927. Alfred Hitchcock directed the film starring Ivor Novello, Ben Webster, and Norman McKinnel.

‘Downhill’ Plot Summary

A young Englishman named Roddy winds up expelled from school when he takes the blame for a pregnancy his friend Tim is responsible for. This begins a life of estrangement from his family and a series of misadventures that costs him his sanity.

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Woolf & Freedman Film Service released Downhill on October 24, 1927. Alfred Hitchcock directed the film starring Ivor Novello, Ben Webster, and Norman McKinnel.

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