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Directed by Don McDougall Screenplay by Don Martin Richard H. Landau John Bromfield as Nick Dunn Carol Shannon as Jane Dunn Joi Lansing as Karen Winter Ralph Clanton as Arthur Markel Mark Dana as Smiley Ward Charles Keane as Lieutenant Jefferson George Sawaya as Lt. Fred Holmes Dabbs Greer as Detective Davenport John Frederick as Hutton Kurt Katch as Otto Joan Sinclair as Miss Rogers Robert Osterloh as 'Big John' Hayman Maurice Marks as Paul the Bartender Paula Hill as Mrs. Davenport Directed by Ken Annakin Written by Hubert Gregg Vernon Harris Laurence Harvey - George Jimmy Edwards - Harris David Tomlinson - Jerome “J” Shirley Eaton - Sophie Clutterbuck Jill Ireland - Bluebell Porterhouse Lisa Gastoni - Primrose Porterhouse Martita Hunt - Mrs Willis Joan Haythorne - Mrs Porterhouse Campbell Cotts - Ambrose Porterhouse Adrienne Corri - Clara Willis Noelle Middleton - Ethelbertha Charles Lloyd-Pack - Mr Quilp Robertson Hare - Photographer A. E. Matthews - 1st Cricketer Miles Malleson - 2nd Cricketer Ernest Thesiger - Umpire Hal Osmond - Cabbie


Three Londoners take a vacation rowing down the Thames, encountering various mishaps and misadventures along the way.

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 87 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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HOT CARS (1956):

Nick Dunn, a used car salesman, can't close a deal with customers Karen Winter and Arthur Markel, so he is fired. A sympathetic Markel has a car lot of his own and offers a job to Nick, who quits after discovering Markel's disreputable sales methods. Nick and wife Jane have a financial dilemma when their son falls ill. Swallowing his pride, Nick asks for his job back from Markel, who promotes him to manager. But the criminal activity continues, until Nick becomes convinced that Markel has even ordered his henchman, Smiley Ward, to murder Davenport, a detective. 

DVD-R is in English with no subtitles. Approx. 60 mins. See film sample for audio and video quality!

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