Alfred Hitchcock: 3-Disc Collector's Edition
One of Hitchcock's best silent films, "The Ring" (1928) focuses on "Round One" Stander, a circus boxer who marries the box-office girl and turns pro to please her, but is soon outclassed by competition in and out of the ring. Carl Brisson, Lilian Hall Davis star. "The Manxman" (1929), Hitchcock's last silent effort, tells the story of two childhood friends who grow up to fall in love with the same woman. Engaged to one, will she betray herself to the other? Brisson, Anny Ondra star. Herbert Marshall is a jurist who begins his own investigation to prove the innocence of a young actress on trial for "Murder!" (1930). Norah Baring, Phyllis Konstam co-star. "Rich And Strange" (1931) follows two people from a small English village who inherit a large sum of money and decide to travel the world, only to find their wealth doesn't bring them happiness. Henry Kendall, Joan Barry star. AKA: "East Of Shanghai." And, the aristocratic patriarch of one of two rival families resorts to blackmail to settle a dispute over land rights, in "The Skin Game" (1931). With Edmund Gwenn, Konstam. 7 1/2 hrs. total on three discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: Spanish.
- Alfred Hitchcock
- Black & White
- DVD Fullscreen
- Closed Captioned:
- Cast: Edmund Gwenn, Herbert Marshall, Anny Ondra, Helen Haye, Nora Baring, Randle Ayrton, Harry Terry, Phyllis Konstam, John Longden, Miles Mander, Nellie Richards, C. V. France, Clare Greet, Edward Chapman, Jill Esmond, Esme Percy, Carl Brisson, Kim Peacock, Donald Calthrop, Frank Lawton, Amy Brandon Thomas, Wilfred Shine, Joynson Powell, Malcolm Keen, Marie Wright, Hannah Jones