Ealing Studios Rarities Collection: Volume 5

  |  Buy to Own: 05/08/2013
  |  360 min
Rated PG by the BBFC


Collection of four British films produced by Ealing Studios. In 'The House of the Spaniard' (1936), a meek clerk finds out that his employer, a Spanish revolutionary, is engaged in illegal activity and is subsequently kidnapped and taken to Spain during the Civil War. In 'The Shiralee' (1957), an Australian man takes his child from her unfit mother. As father and daughter travel around the Outback together their relationship grows ever stronger. In 'The Ware Case' (1938), a financier is acquitted of murder only to discover that his troubles are far from over. In 'The Beloved Vagabond' (1936), a French architect returns to his home country after learning that the woman he has fallen for is engaged to another. Having left his job, he sets up an entertainment act with a gypsy woman who he becomes very fond of. When he finds out that his love did not go through with the wedding he must choose between the two women.

Contains mild language and violence
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