Golden Age of the Silver Screen

The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1927)

Episode #40

Woolf & Freedman Film Service released The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog on February 14, 1927. Alfred Hitchcock directed the film starring June Tripp, Ivor Novello, and Marie Ault.

‘The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog’ Plot Summary

The city of London is being terrorized by a serial killer known as the Avenger who kills young blonde women every Tuesday night. The Bunting family lives in London and rents a room to a mysterious lodger. The Bunting’s daughter Daisy, who is a young blonde model, becomes fascinated with the lodger, but her parents convince themselves that he is the infamous serial killer. When Daisy’s wannabe suitor Joe, a police detective, learns of the Buntings’ suspicions, he sets out to arrest the lodger. However, is Joe bringing a sadistic killer to justice or merely railroading an innocent man who happens to be his competition for Daisy’s heart?

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Woolf & Freedman Film Service released The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog on February 14, 1927. Alfred Hitchcock directed the film starring June Tripp, Ivor Novello, and Marie Ault.

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