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Author: Charles LaughtonLeslie BanksEmlyn WilliamsRobert NewtonMaureen O'HaraAll authors
Publisher: Woodland Hills, Calif. : St. Clair Vision, 2007.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Jamaica Inn: An Irish orphan girl goes to live with an uncle who is discovered to be involved in a group of smuggling highwaymen ravaging the area.

Young and innocent: The estranged husband of a beautiful actress with a bad reputation discovers her dead body on a beach, and goes on the run after the authorities mistake him as the killer.

The skin game: The aristocratic Hillcrests try to keep the nouveau riche Hornblowers from acquiring a tract of land for sale next to their estate.

Hitchcock presents: the sorcerer's apprentice: A young magician apprenticed to a well-known illusionist learns how real magic can be.

The Manxman: On the Isle of Man, a fisherman wants to marry a wealthy innkeeper's daughter, and to prove himself worthy of her hand in marriage, goes on a long voyage, entrusting her safety to his best friend, a lawyer. During his absence, the lawyer and innkeeper's daughter fall in love, and when the fisherman's ship wrecks at sea, they plan to marry. But is the fisherman really dead?

Juno and the paycock: Juno is the patriarch of a poor Irish family who tries to hold the family together and preserve their good name while her husband does nothing but bring them disrepute.

Champagne: When his spoiled daughter marries against his wishes, a champagne magnate decides to teach her a lesson by claiming his business is bankrupt.

Hitchcock presents: the Cheney vase: A disgruntled museum curator devises a sinister plan surrounding a priceless vase in order to get back at his former employer.

The farmer's wife: Seeking a new wife, a widowed farmer enlists his housekeeper for assistance, but doesn't realize that his housekeeper is head over heels for him.

Easy virtue: A woman goes through a divorce and attempts to overcome the tarnished reputation that accompanies it.

The ring: A young woman grows disenchanted with her boxer lover and falls for her lover's rival.  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Drama
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Laughton; Leslie Banks; Emlyn Williams; Robert Newton; Maureen O'Hara; Nova Pilbeam; Derrick De Marney; C V France; Helen Haye; Jill Esmond; Edmund Gwenn; Diana Dors; Brandon De Wilde; David J Stewart; Larry Kert; Carl Brisson; Malcolm Keen; Anny Ondra; Randle Ayrton; Clare Greet; Barry Fitzgerald; Maire O'Neill; Edward Chapman; Sidney Morgan; Sara Allgood; Betty Balfour; Jean Bradin; Theo Von Alten; Patricia Collinge; Darren McGavin; Carolyn Jones; Jameson Thomas; Lilian Hall Davis; Gibb McLaughlin; Isabel Jeans; Robin Irvine; Franklin Dyall; Eric Bransby Williams; Ian Hunter; Alfred Hitchcock; Daphne Du Maurier; Josephine Tey; John Galsworthy; Hall Caine, Sir; Sean O'Casey; Walter C Mycroft; Noel Coward; British International Pictures.; Gaumont British Picture Corp.; Mayflower Pictures, Inc.; St. Clair Vision (Firm)
OCLC Number: 244387168
Notes: The Manxman, Champagne, The farmer's wife, Easy virtue, and the Ring are silent films with title cards. Jamaica Inn, Young and innocent, The skin game, and Juno and the paycock have audio tracks.
Jamaica Inn was originally produced as a motion picture in 1939. Young and innocent was originally produced as a motion picture in 1937. The skin game was originally produced as a motion picture in 1931. Hitchcock presents: the sorcerer's apprentice was originally broadcast on television in 1962. The Manxman was originally produced as a motion picture in 1929. Juno and the paycock was originally produced as a motion picture in 1930. Champagne was originally produced as a motion picture in 1928. Hitchcock presents: the Cheney vase was originally broadcast on television in 1955. The farmer's wife was originally produced as a motion picture in 1928. Easy virtue was originally produced as a motion picture in 1928. The ring was originally produced as a motion picture in 1927.
Bonus features: Lobby posters, trailers, Hitchcock Radio "Mr. and Mrs. Smith."
Credits: Jamaica Inn: Mayflower Pictures presents ; director, Alfred Hitchcock ; producer, Erich Pommer ; screenplay, Sidney Gilliat and Joan Harrison ; music, Eric Fenby ; editor, Robert Hamer ; director of photography, Harry Stradling ; based on the novel by Daphne du Maurier.
Young and innocent: A Gaumont-British Production ; director, Alfred Hitchcock ; screenplay, Charles Bennett, Edwin Greenwood, Anthony Armstrong ; music, Louis Levy ; director of photography, Bernard Knowles ; based on the novel A shilling for candles by Josephine Tey.
The skin game: British International Pictures presents a talking film by John Galsworthy ; directed and adapted by Alfred Hitchcock ; scenario, Alma Deville ; art director, J.B. Maxwell ; editors, A. Cobbett and R. Marrison ; director of photography, J.J. Cox ; based on the play by John Galsworthy.
Hitchcock presents: the sorcerer's apprentice: an Alfred Hitchcock production ; director, Alfred Hitchcock ; screenplay, Robert Bloch ; music, Joseph E. Romero ; art director, Martin Obzina ; editor, Edward W. Williams ; director of photography, John L. Russell.
The Manxman: British International Pictures presents ; director, Alfred Hitchcock ; adaptation, Eliot Stannard ; music, ; art director, W. Arnold ; editor, Emile de Ruelle ; based on the play by Sir Hall Caine.
Juno and the paycock: British International Pictures presents ; directed and adapted by Alfred Hitchcock ; producer, ; screenplay, ; music, ; art director, J. Marchant ; editor, Emile de Ruelle ; director of photography, J.J. Cox ; based on the play by Sean O'Casey.
Champagne: British International Pictures presents ; directed and adapted by Alfred Hitchcock ; art director, C.W. Arnold ; editor, ; director of photography, John J. Cox ; based on the story by Walter C. Mycroft.
Hitchcock presents: the Cheney vase: director, Robert Stevens ; screenplay, Robert Blees ; music, ; art director, Martin Obzina ; editor, Edward W. Williams ; director of photography, Reggie Lanning.
The farmer's wife: British International Pictures presents ; director, Alfred Hitchcock ; screenplay, Eden Philpots ; adaptation, Eliot Stannard ; art director, C. Wilfred Arnold ; director of photography, John J. Cox.
Easy virtue: CM Woolf, Michael Balcon, and Gainsborough Pictures present ; director, Alfred Hitchcock ; screenplay, Eliot Stannard ; art director, Clifford Pember ; director of photography, Claude McDonnell ; based off the play by Noel Coward.
The ring: director, Alfred Hitchcock ; screenplay, Alfred Hitchcock ; original music, Vivek Maddala.
Cast: Jamaica Inn: Charles Laughton, Leslie Banks, Emlyn Williams, Robert Newton, Maureen O'Hara.
Young and innocent: Nova Pilbeam, Derrick De Marney.
The skin game: C.V. France, Helen Haye, Jill Esmond, Edmund Gwenn.
Hitchcock presents: the sorcerer's apprentice: Diana Dors, Brandon de Wilde, David J. Stewart, Larry Kert.
The Manxman: Carl Brisson, Malcolm Keen, Anny Ondra, Randle Ayrton, Claire Greet.
Juno and the paycock: Barry Fitzgerald, Maire O'Neil, Edward Chapman, Sidney Morgan, Sara Allgood.
Champagne: Betty Balfour, Jean Bradin, Theo von Alten, Gordon Harker.
Hitchcock presents: the Cheney vase: Patricia Collinge, Darren McGavin, Carolyn Jones.
The farmer's wife: Jameson Thomas, Lilian Hall-Davis, Gordon Harker, Gibb McLaughlin.
Easy virtue: Isabel Jeans, Robin Irvine, Franklin Dyall, Eric Bransby Williams, Ian Hunter.
The ring: Carl Brisson, Lillian Hall Davis, Ian Hunter.
Target Audience: Not rated ; not suitable for all audiences.
Description: 3 videodiscs (898 min.) : sd., black and white ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD ; Dolby digital sound or 5.1 virtual surround sound ; all regions.
Contents: Disc 1: Jamaica Inn --
Young and innocent --
The skin game --
Hitchcock presents: the sorcerer's apprentice. Disc 2: The Manxman --
Juno and the paycock --
Champagne --
Hitchcock presents: the Cheney vase. Disc 3: The farmer's wife --
Easy virtue --
The ring.
Other Titles: Alfred Hitchcock presents (Television program)
Responsibility: distributed by St. Clair Vision.

Abstract:

Jamaica Inn: An Irish orphan girl goes to live with an uncle who is discovered to be involved in a group of smuggling highwaymen ravaging the area.

Young and innocent: The estranged husband of a beautiful actress with a bad reputation discovers her dead body on a beach, and goes on the run after the authorities mistake him as the killer.

The skin game: The aristocratic Hillcrests try to keep the nouveau riche Hornblowers from acquiring a tract of land for sale next to their estate.

Hitchcock presents: the sorcerer's apprentice: A young magician apprenticed to a well-known illusionist learns how real magic can be.

The Manxman: On the Isle of Man, a fisherman wants to marry a wealthy innkeeper's daughter, and to prove himself worthy of her hand in marriage, goes on a long voyage, entrusting her safety to his best friend, a lawyer. During his absence, the lawyer and innkeeper's daughter fall in love, and when the fisherman's ship wrecks at sea, they plan to marry. But is the fisherman really dead?

Juno and the paycock: Juno is the patriarch of a poor Irish family who tries to hold the family together and preserve their good name while her husband does nothing but bring them disrepute.

Champagne: When his spoiled daughter marries against his wishes, a champagne magnate decides to teach her a lesson by claiming his business is bankrupt.

Hitchcock presents: the Cheney vase: A disgruntled museum curator devises a sinister plan surrounding a priceless vase in order to get back at his former employer.

The farmer's wife: Seeking a new wife, a widowed farmer enlists his housekeeper for assistance, but doesn't realize that his housekeeper is head over heels for him.

Easy virtue: A woman goes through a divorce and attempts to overcome the tarnished reputation that accompanies it.

The ring: A young woman grows disenchanted with her boxer lover and falls for her lover's rival.

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