mennomail’s review published on Letterboxd:
Bought me a big fancy Hitchcock blu-ray box, filled with extra's and ten of his masterworks. Saboteur from 1942 is the earliest one in the box. I liked it, but it doesn't have the Hitchcock feel to it that I expected. Still, the film has some great characters and memorable classic scenes that are iconic and that I already love: the funny truck driver, the lovable blind man in the cabin, the great circus crew and of course the impressive scene at the Statue of Liberty.
The disc also had a very interesting documentary where Norman Lloyd (Frank Fry) talks quite enthusiastic about the film and Hitchcock.