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Title Classic British thrillers [(DVD) videorecording].

Publication Info. [Orland Park, Ill] : MPI Home Video, [2008]
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Description 1 videodisc (210 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details DVD, NTSC; region 1, full screen presentation; Dolby Digital 2.0 mono.
Language In English, with optional English SDH subtitles.
Note Phantom light based on the play by Evadne Price, Jean Roy Byford; Upturned glass based on a story by Jno. P. Monaghan.
Originally released in England: Phantom light (1935) ; Red ensign (1934) ; The upturned glass (1947).
Cast Red ensign: Leslie Banks, Carol Goodner, Frank Vosper, Alfred Drayton.
The Phantom light: Binnie Hale, Gordon Harker, Ian Hunter, Donald Calthorp, Milton Rosner.
The Upturned glass: James Mason, Rosamund John, Pamela Kellino, Ann Stephens, Moreland Graham.
Credits Red ensign: photography, Leslie Rowson ; editor, Geoffrey Barkas; Phantom light: editor, D.N. Twist ; photography, Roy Kellino; Upturned glass: music, Bernard Stevens ; editor, Alan Obiston ; director of photography, Reginald H. Wyer.
Summary Red ensign: David Barr conceives a radical new ship design to revolutionize the industry. He is ruthless in his determination to build 20 of the ships-- and an equally ruthless rival will stop at nothing to foil him.
The phantom light: The disappearance of two lighthouse keepers on the coast of Wales is linked to the specter of a rogue beacon that lures freight ships to their destruction on the rocks.
The upturned glass: Married Dr. Michael Joyce falls in love with the mother of a young patient, whose husband is working abroad. They have agreed to end the affair when he is stunned to hear of her death in a mysterious fall.
Contents Red ensign / by Jerome Jackson & Michael Powell ; Gaumont-British Picture Corporation presents ; directed by Michael Powell (ca. 69 min. ; 1934) -- The Phantom light / Gaumont-British Pictures Corporation presents ; directed by Michael Powell ; scenario, Ralph Smart ; a Gainsborough picture (ca. 76 min. ; 1935) -- The upturned glass / a Sydney Box production ; released through General Film Distributors and presented by J. Arthur Rank ; screen play by Jno. P. Monaghan and Pamela Kellino ; produced by Sydney Box and James Mason ; directed by Lawrence Huntingdon (ca. 90 min. ; 1947).
Subject Shipbuilding industry -- England -- Drama -- Videodiscs.
Lighthouse keepers -- Wales -- Drama -- Videodiscs.
Surgeons -- Drama -- Videodiscs.
Homicide -- Drama -- Videodiscs.
Man-woman relationships -- Drama -- Videodiscs.
Genre Thrillers (Motion pictures)
Feature films.
Fiction films.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
Added Author Jackson, Jerome, screenwriter.
Powell, Michael, 1905-1990, screenwriter, director.
Banks, Leslie, 1890-1952, actor.
Goodner, Carol, 1904-2001, actor.
Vosper, Frank, 1899-1937, actor.
Smart, Ralph, 1908-2001, scenarist.
Smith, Helen Zenna, 1896-1985.
Hale, Binnie, actor.
Harker, Gordon, 1885-1967, actor.
Hunter, Ian, 1900-1975, actor.
Huntington, Lawrence, 1900-1968, director.
Box, Sydney, 1907-1983, producer.
Rank, J. Arthur, 1888-1972, producer.
Mason, James, 1909-1984, actor, producer.
John, Rosamund, 1913-1998, actor.
Mason, Pamela, 1916 March 10-1996, actor, screenwriter.
Monaghan, Jno. P. (John P.), screenwriter.
Gaumont British Picture Corp.
General Film Distributors.
Gainsborough Studios.
MPI Home Video (Firm)
Added Title Phantom light.
Red ensign.
Upturned glass.
ISBN 0788609378
Standard No. 030306786094
Music No. DVD 7860 MPI Home Video
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