Artikelnummer 6198


George Archainbaud Writers: Willis Goldbeck (screenplay), Stuart Palmer (story) Edna May Oliver ... Hildegarde Withers James Gleason James Gleason ... Inspector Oscar Piper Bruce Cabot Bruce Cabot ... Addison 'Ad' Stevens Gertrude Michael Gertrude Michael ... Jane Davis Regis Toomey Regis Toomey ... Detective Smiley North Edgar Kennedy Edgar Kennedy ... Detective Donahue Tully Marshall Tully Marshall ... Mr. MacFarland Jackie Searl Jackie Searl ... Leland Stanford Jones Frederick Vogeding Frederick Vogeding ... Otto Schweitzer, the Janitor (as Fredrik Vogeding) Barbara Fritchie Barbara Fritchie ... Louise Halloran Gustav von Seyffertitz Gustav von Seyffertitz ... Dr. Max Von Immen Tom Herbert Tom Herbert ... Detective McTeague Jed Prouty Jed Prouty ... Dr. Levine Harold French Writers: Louis Golding (novel), Louis Golding (screenplay) Felix Aylmer ... Mr. Emmanuel Greta Gynt Greta Gynt ... Elsie Silver Walter Rilla Walter Rilla ... Brockenburg Peter Mullins Peter Mullins ... Bruno Ursula Jeans Ursula Jeans ... Frau Heinkes Elspeth March Elspeth March ... Rose Cooper Friedrich Richter Friedrich Richter ... Herr Heinkes Charles Goldner Charles Goldner ... Committee Secretary Margaret Vyner Margaret Vyner ... Frau Lindström Irene Handl Irene Handl ... Trude Maria Berger Maria Berger ... Frau Kahn Frederick Schiller Frederick Schiller ... Examiner Oscar Ebelsbacher Oscar Ebelsbacher ... Professor Milo Sperber Milo Sperber ... Student Meier Tzelniker Meier Tzelniker ... Mr. Silver


There are plenty of guilty secrets at the school where Hildegarde Withers teaches. When she finds the body of the pretty music teacher, she calls in her old friend, Inspector Piper, who promptly arrests the obvious suspect. Clues multiply and everyone looks suspicious as Piper and Miss Withers continue their battle of the sexes.

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 71 mins.  See film samples for sound and video quality!  


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MR EMMANUEL  (1944):

Set in 1938, Isaac Emmanuel has retired from a Jewish welfare agency in Doomington, England and is looking for something to do with his time. A letter arrives asking him to come to the aid of a friend, who is caring for three German boys, who are refugees from Nazi Germany. One of the three, a Jewish boy named Bruno Rosenheim, is very despondent over the recent death of his father and the disappearance of his mother. He's waiting to get a letter from her, but no letter ever arrives. Mr. Emmanuel, a British citizen, who himself is a former refugee from Russia, sympathizes with the young man. After the lad attempts to take his life, Mr. Emmanuel promises to travel to Germany to find out what he can about Bruno's mother. Once he arrives in Berlin, Emmanuel takes lodging at a boarding-house. He inquires of those around him, not realizing how unusual and potentially dangerous it is to ask such questions. 

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 92 mins.  See film samples for sound and video quality!  


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