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3 Classics of the Silver Screen: Volume 2 (1954)

Region: 2
UPC/Barcode: 5060036890872
Released: 10th January 2005
Release type: Deleted
No. of Discs: 1
Catalogue No: CE008
Category: Feature, Classic
Format: DVD / Normal
3 Classics of the Silver Screen: Volume 2 (1954) (Deleted)


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Film information

Story: Triple-bill of Hollywood classics. In 'My Favourite Brunette' (1947) Ronnie Jackson (Bob Hope) is a photographer who aspires to the life of the private detective working in the office next door. Following a case of mistaken identity he gets the chance for some real sleuthing after he is employed to find the missing Baron Montay. Immediately out of his depth, the wise-cracking Ronnie is joined by Carlotta Montay (Dorothy Lamour), the Baron's niece, as he tries to track down the missing aristocrat. 'The Road to Hollywood' (1946) is a compilation of clips taken from Bing Crosby's early musical comedies from the 1930s, put together by low-budget film-maker Bud Pollard. 'Suddenly' (1954) is a gritty Cold War thriller where Frank Sinatra plays John Baron, a disillusioned war veteran who takes a family hostage while he waits for a chance to assassinate the President. Knowing that the President's cortege is due to pass by their house on a planned visit to the city, Baron has hired a group of professional killers to carry out the hit. At the same time, the terrified family must work together to try and foil the assassination attempt.

Starring: Frank Sinatra, Sterling Hayden, James Lilburn, Ken Dibbs, Bob Hope, James Gleason, Dorothy Lamour, Nancy Gates, Kim Charney, Paul Frees, Christopher Dark, Willis Bouchey, Peter Lorre, Lon Chaney Jr., Charles Dingle, Reginald Denny, Frank Puglia, Ann Doran, Willard Robertson, Jack la Rue, Bing Crosby

Directed by: Lewis Allen, Elliott Nugent, Bud Pollard

Music by: David Raksin, Robert Emmett Dolan

Produced by: Robert Bassler, Daniel Dare

Written by: Richard Sale, Edmund Beloin, Jack Rose

DVD information

Studio/distributor: Classic Entertainment

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