CARDBOARD CAVALIER (1949):
In England under the rule of Oliver Cromwell, London barrow boy Sidcup Buttermeadow is unwittingly used as a spy for the exiled Charles II to deliver messages to his royalist supporters. He is aided by the object of his affection, Nell Gwynn. Dressed as a Cavalier, Sidcup is pursued by Roundhead troops, but evades them with the help of a variety of people and a ghost.
DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 92 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!
BLIND ALIBI (1938):
Paul Dover lives in Paris and works as an artist. He is visited by Julia Fraser, an art buyer and critic, who irritates Dover with her opinionated attitude. When she finally finds a piece of sculpture that she likes, he quotes a ridiculously high price which she refuses; but she is very intrigued with him and at least leaves on a friendly note. Paul's treatment of Julia is not usual for him. Earlier, he had received an upsetting visit from his kid sister Ellen. She is married to a very wealthy man who is running for office and who, although he is in love with his wife, will not bear any scandal. Unfortunately, we learn, she is being blackmailed by a man who was her fiancé before she married her husband.
DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 61 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!