Ealing Studios Rarities Collection: Volume 8

04/11/2013
  |  Buy to Own: 04/11/2013
  |  360 min
Rated PG by the BBFC

Synopsis

Collection of four British films produced by Ealing Studios. 'The Feminine Touch' (1956) follows the fortunes of five young nurses who begin work for the National Health Service shortly after its founding in 1948. 'Young Man's Fancy' (1939) traces the unconventional love affair between an unhappily engaged upper class Englishman and the human cannonball he meets during a visit to the circus. In 'There Ain't No Justice' (1939) young boxer Tommy Mutch (Jimmy Hanley) falls under the wing of a promoter who promises him much but may not be what he seems. 'The Silent Passenger' (1935) is the film debut of the character Lord Peter Wimsey (Peter Haddon), an amateur sleuth with a gift for getting to the bottom of mysteries.

Contains mild references to sex and suicide
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