|Language and/or Subtitles:||English|
|Availability:||Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies|
SummarySabotage: An undercover Scotland Yard detective infiltrates the home of a theatre operator who is suspected of sabotage. When the saboteur suspects he is being watched, he asks his nephew to deliver an explosive parcel across town.
The lodger: The central character, called simply "The Lodger", is caught in the trap of other peoples' suspicions. Because this lodger, who is renting a room in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bunting, seems mysterious, he is suspected of being the notorious "Avenger", a killer who has been stalking women in London and strangling them.
Detective and mystery films.
|Publisher|| Los Angeles, Calif :Delta Entertainment,1999
|Other Titles|| Woman alone.
Bennett, Charles, 1899-1995.
Sidney, Sylvia, 1910-1999.
Homolka, Oscar, 1898-1978.
Loder, John, 1898-1988.
Tester, Desmond, 1919-2002.
Knowles, Bernard, 1900-1975.
Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924. Secret agent.
Novello, Ivor, 1893-1951.
Keen, Malcolm, 1887-1970.
Ault, Marie, 1870-1951.
Lowndes, Marie Belloc, 1868-1947. Lodger.
Gaumont British Picture Corp.
Delta Entertainment Corporation.
Sylvia Sidney, Oscar Homolka, John Loder, Desmond Tester.
Director, Alfred Hitchcock ; screenplay, Charles Bennett.
English, Spanish, Chinese, and Japanese language tracks; Spanish, Chinese and Japanese subtitles.
Based on the novel: The secret agent by Joseph Conrad.
Includes an introduction to Sabotage by Tony Curtis (3 min.) and a clip from the original theatrical trailer from Hitchcock's 1940 film, Foreign Correspondent.
Sabotage: Originally produced as a motion picture in 1936; American version titled: A woman alone.
Also includes The lodger: a story of the London fog / Gainsborough Pictures. 90 min. : sd., b&w. Silent film with English intertitles and music sound track added. Cast: Ivor Novello, Malcolm Keen, Marie Ault. Director, Alfred Hitchcock ; scenario, Eliot Stannard. Based on the novel by Mrs. Belloc Lowndes. Originally produced as a silent motion picture in 1926.
DVD (single-sided); all regions.
1 videodisc (169 min.) : sound, black and white ; 4 3/4 in.