Ealing Studios Rarities Collection: Volume 2

  |  Buy to Own: 13/05/2013
  |  360 min
Rated TBC by the BBFC


A collection of classic features from the iconic British film studio. 'Midshipman Easy' (1935), directed by Carol Reed, follows an eager young sailor played by Hughie Green and the various adventures he finds himself wrapped up in. 'Brief Ecstasy' (1937), directed by Edmond T. Gréville, tells the emotive story of a young couple who are separated against their will but reunited in extraordinary circumstances. 'The Big Blockade' (1942), directed by Charles Frend, is a wartime documentary-drama starring John Mills and Will Hay which celebrates the success of the Allied blockade of Germany. Finally, 'The Four Just Men' (1939), directed by Walter Forde, follows patriots Humphrey Mansfield (Hugh Sinclair), James Brodie (Griffith Jones), Léon Poiccard (Francis L. Sullivan) and James Terry (Frank Lawton) as they attempt to defend the British Empire from a traitor.