|The Ghoul 1933 N/R, 73 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: T. Hayes Hunter
Cast: Boris Karloff, Cedric Hardwicke, Ernest Thesiger, Dorothy Hyson, Ralph Richardson, Anthony Bushell, Kathleen Harrison, Harold Huth, D.A. Clarke-Smith, George Relph, Jack Raine
An eccentric Egyptologist, Professor Morlant (Boris Karloff), was buried with a jewel that guaranteed immortality. After his grave is robbed, Morlant's corpse rises from the crypt during the next full moon. He sets out after the robbers, and murders ensue before Morlant retrieves the jewel and then returns to his crypt with it.
|Illegal 1932 N/R, 64 min.|
Director: William C. McGann
Cast: Isobel Elsom, D.A. Clarke-Smith, Margot Grahame, Ivor Barnard, Moira Lynd, Edgar Norfolk, Wally Patch, Arthur Goullet, Margaret Damer, Victor Fairley
Evelyn (Isobel Elsom) kicks her no-good husband, Albert (Ivor Barnard), out of the house and then opens up a night club offering illegal gambling and liquor. Her business works–until Albert returns, and complications ensue.
|The Man Who Knew Too Much 1934 N/R, 75 min.|
Director: Alfred Hitchcock
Cast: Leslie Banks, Edna Best, Peter Lorre, Nova Pilbeam, Frank Vosper, Pierre Fresnay, Cicely Oates, D.A. Clarke-Smith, George Curzon, Henry Oscar
When Bob and Jill Lawrence (Leslie Banks and Edna Best) learn about an assassination plot, the would-be perpetrators kidnap their teenage daughter Betty (Nova Pilbeam) to prevent disclosure of their plans. Good Alfred Hitchcock fare, and he remade the story 22 years later.
|The Sword and the Rose 1953 N/R, 91 min.|
Genre: Family / Drama / Adventure
Director: Ken Annakin
Cast: Richard Todd, Glynis Johns, James Robertson Justice, Michael Gough, Jane Barrett, Peter Copley, Rosalie Crutchley, Gerard Oury, Ernest Jay, D.A. Clarke-Smith, John Vere, Philip Lennard, Bryan Coleman, Philip Glasier, Jean Mercure
In this Disney historical drama, Mary Tudor (Glynis Johns) falls in love with Charles Brandon (Richard Todd), and they survive attempts to sabotage their happiness.
|1. The Ghoul (1933)|
2. Illegal (1932)
3. The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934)
4. The Sword and the Rose (1953)
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