Artikelnummer 6730


Directed by Alfred Hitchcock Anny Ondra as Alice White Sara Allgood as Mrs. White Charles Paton as Mr. White John Longden as Detective Frank Webber Donald Calthrop as Tracy Cyril Ritchard as Mr. Crewe, an artist Hannah Jones as the landlady Harvey Braban as the Chief Inspector (sound version) Johnny Ashby as boy Joan Barry as Alice White (voice) Johnny Butt as Sergeant Phyllis Konstam as gossiping neighbour Sam Livesey as the Chief Inspector (silent version) Phyllis Monkman as gossip woman Percy Parsons as crook Johnny Ashby as Boy (uncredited) Directed by Heinz Schall Written by Martin Jørgensen Louis Levy Produced by Alfred Duskes Starring Asta Nielsen


Scotland Yard Detective Frank Webber escorts his girlfriend Alice White to a tea house. They have an argument and Frank storms out. While reconsidering his action, he sees Alice leave with Mr. Crewe, an artist she had earlier agreed to meet. Crewe persuades a reluctant Alice into coming up to see his studio. She admires a painting of a laughing clown, and uses his palette and brushes to paint a cartoonish drawing of a face; he adds a few strokes of a naked feminine figure, and guiding her hand, they sign the picture with her name. He gives her a dancer's outfit and Crewe sings and plays "Miss Up-to-Date" on the piano. Crewe steals a kiss, to Alice's disgust, but as she is changing and preparing to leave, he takes her dress from the changing area. He attempts to rape her; her cries for help are not heard on the street below. 

DVD-R has English intertitles with no subtitles. Approx. 81 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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A young explorer brings Eskimo Ivigtut to his parents in Berlin. After experiencing Western culture, she finds herself pregnant but the explorer comes to her rescue.

DVD-R has German intertitles with switchable English, French, and Spanish subtitles. Approx. 70 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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