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|Eckhart PL - Main||DVD Alfred (Text)||840191001873592||Movies - Main Floor||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9786308279959 dvd
- Physical Description: 2 videodiscs : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
|General Note:|| Fright fest Classics 2012
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Disc 1 side A: Secret Agent
Disc 1 side B: Lady Vanishes
Disc 2 side A: Man who knew too much
Disc 2 side B: Sabotage
Bonus program Chaney vase
|Participant or Performer Note:|| Cast: The lady vanishes: Margaret Lockwood, Michael Redgrave, Paul Lukas, Dame May Whitty, Cecil Parker ; Sabotage: Sylvia Sidney, Oscar Homolka, John Loder, Desmond Tester, Joyce Barbour ; The man who knew too much: Leslie Banks, Edna Best, Peter Lorre, Frank Vosper, Hugh Wakefield.
|Summary, etc.:|| Secret agent / (1936 ; 86 min.): British novelist Edgar Brodie discovers that a government agency has faked his own death. The lady vanishes / (c1938 ; 97 min.):A young woman on a train, enroute back to England from Switzerland, meets a charming older lady who promptly disappears. The other passengers deny ever having seen her, leading the young woman into a complex web of mystery and high adventure. The man who knew too much (c1934 ; 76 min.): A British couple on vacation in Switzerland become involved in a web of foreign intrigue when they learn about an assassination plot from a dying agent and about their daughter's kidnapping. Sabotage (c1936 ; 76 min.) A seemingly mild-mannered London theater manager is actually a violent saboteur, unbeknownst to his wife and her younger brother. Unable to leave the theater because of police surveillance, he sends his innocent teenage brother-in-law on a deadly errand The Cheney vase (The Chaney vase) / (c1955 ; 24 min.): An elderly woman finds herself a prisoner in her own home.
|Terms Governing Use and Reproduction Note:|| For private home use only.
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|Genre:||Black and white films.