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|Named Person:||J Jefferson Farjeon; J Jefferson Farjeon|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Alfred Hitchcock; Leon M Lion; Alma Reville; Rodney Ackland; Anne Grey; John Stuart; Donald Calthrop; Barry Jones; Carl Brisson; Lilian Hall Davis; Ian Hunter; Forrester Harvey; J Jefferson Farjeon; British International Pictures.; Wardour Films.; Laserlight DVD (Firm)
|Language Note:||English language with subtitles available in Spanish, Chinese, and Japanese.|
|Notes:||Number seventeen originally released as a motion picture in 1932 ; The ring originally released as a motion picture in 1927.
Includes an introduction by Tony Curtis and a bonus clip of the original theatrical trailer from Strangers on a train.
|Credits:||[Number seventeen] Photography, John J. Cox, Byran Langley ; editing, A.C. Hammond ; music, A. Hallis. [The ring] Photography by John J. Cox ; written by Alfred Hitchcock, Alma Reville.|
|Cast:||[Number seventeen] Leon M. Lion, Anne Grey, John Stuart, Donald Calthrop, Barry Jones, Ann Casson, Henry Caine, Garry Marsh.
[The ring] Carl Brisson, Lilian Hall Davis, Ian Hunter, Forrester Harvey, Harry Terry, Gordon Harker.
|Description:||1 videodisc (ca. 220 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Number seventeen (66 min.) --
The ring (72 min.).
|Responsibility:||British International Pictures, Ltd. presents ; by J. Jefferson Farjeon ; produced by Leon M. Lion ; directed by Alfred Hitchcock ; scenario, Alma Reville, Alfred Hitchcock & Rodney Ackland ; a British International picture distributed by Wardour Films Ltd. The ring / British International Pictures Ltd. present ; a British International picture distributed by Wardour Films ; written and directed by Alfred Hitchcock.|
[The Ring] A silent film with musical soundtrack. A carnival fighter trys to make it as a professional to please his girlfriend.