THE TRUTH ABOUT MURDER (1946):
Christine Allen administers lie detector tests for the district attorney, Les Ashton, but wants to become a prosecutor in court. Frustrated, she leaves Les to work for lawyer Bill Crane, whose unhappy wife Marsha, a photographer, makes large bets with bookie Johnny Lacka and openly flirts with model Peggy's husband. Les is in love with Chris and wants her back. He fools Bill into believing Marsha wants to reconcile, but instead Paul Marvin turns up, telling Bill he and Marsha have become romantically involved. Marsha then is found dead.
DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 62 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!
THE GORBALS STORY (1950):
A successful artist recalls his life in the tenements of Glasgow's slums. In flashback, he recalls the events and charaters he shared with in a tenement building. Johnnie, a newspaper boy who wishes to be an artist, shares the tenement with the good-natured Peggy, the lazy Mutrie and his long-suffering wife. Others in the building include Magadelene, a waitress, who agrees to marry the Asian, Ahmed; the landlady Mrs Gilmour; and Francis Porter whose wife is dying. Johnnie is in love with Nora Reilly, another tenant, but her father threatens to beat up Johnnie, so he leaves the building to seek solace in the dance halls.
DVD-R is in English with switchable English subtitles. Approx. 75 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!