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|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Alfred Hitchcock; Charles Bennett; Sylvia Sidney; Oscar Homolka; John Loder; Desmond Tester; Bernard Knowles; Ivor Novello; Malcolm Keen; Marie Ault; Arthur Chesney; Eliot Stannard; Joseph Conrad; Belloc Lowndes; Gaumont British Picture Corp.; Delta Entertainment.
|Language Note:||Menu languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, and Japanese. Subtitles: Spanish, Chinese Japanese.|
|Notes:||Sabotage: Based on the novel The secret agent by Joseph Conrad.
The Lodger: Based on the novel by Marie Belloc Lowndes.
Sabotage originally produced as a motion picture in 1936; American version titled: A woman alone.
The lodger originally produced as a silent motion picture in 1926.
"Includes an introduction to Sabotage by Tony Curtis and clip of the original theatrical trailer from Hitchcock's 1940 film, Foreign Correspondent."
|Credits:||Screenplay, Charles Bennett, photography, Bernard Knowles (1st film). Screenplay, Eliot Stannard ; photography, Baron Ventimiglia (2nd film).|
|Performer(s):||Sylvia Sidney, Oscar Homolka, John Loder, Desmond Tester (1st film). Ivor Novello, June, Malcolm Keen, Marie Ault, Arthur Chesney (2nd film).|
|Description:||1 videodisc (approximately 144 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.|
Lodger: a story of the London fog
|Responsibility:||Gaumont-British Picture Corp. Ltd. ; directed by Alfred Hitchcock.|
The lodger: The central character, called simply "The Lodger", is caught in the trap of other peoples' suspicions. Because this lodger, who is renting a room in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bunting, seems mysterious, he is suspected of being the notorious "Avenger", a killer who has been stalking women in London and strangling them.