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The house always wins Tusitala.

Author: Dick PowellJean WillesHerb VigranRegis ToomeyAlan MowbrayAll authors
Publisher: [Canada] : Cascadia Entertainment, [2000]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In The house always wins, a nightclub (and illegal casino) owner finds out about a robbery plan that involves an ex-lover. Tusitala is the true story of Robert Louis Stevenson's life on the island of Tahiti.
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Genre/Form: Television programs
Drama
Named Person: Robert Louis Stevenson
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Dick Powell; Jean Willes; Herb Vigran; Regis Toomey; Alan Mowbray; Tristram Coffin; Alan Frazer; Jack Benny; David Niven; Gertrude Michael; John Lupton; Joseph Waring; Steven Geray; Richard Reeves; Noreen Corcoran; Leon Lontoc; Roy Kellino; Rose Simon Kohn; Arthur Weiss; Cascadia Entertainment (Firm)
OCLC Number: 59159463
Notes: The house always wins and Tusitala both originally produced in 1955 as episodes of the television series Four star playhouse.
Credits: The house always wins: producer, Dick Powell ; director, Roy Kellino. Tusitala: producer, David Niven ; story/screenplay, Rose Simon Kohn, Arthur Weiss ; director, Roy Kellino.
Cast: The house always wins: Dick Powell, Jean Willes, Herb Vigran, Regis Toomey, Alan Mowbray, Tristram Coffin, Alex Frazer, guest, Jack Benny. Tusitala: David Niven, Gertrude Michael, John Lupton, Joseph Waring, Steven Geray, Richard Reeves, Noreen Corcoran, Leon Lontoc.
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 53 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Other Titles: Tusitala.
Four star playhouse (Television program)

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In The house always wins, a nightclub (and illegal casino) owner finds out about a robbery plan that involves an ex-lover. Tusitala is the true story of Robert Louis Stevenson's life on the island of Tahiti.

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