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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Affairs of a Gentleman (1934) DVD-R

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Starring Paul Lukas, Leila Hyams, Patricia Ellis, Phillip Reed, Onslow

Stevens, Dorothy Burgess, Lilian Bond, Joyce Compton

Directed by Edwin L. Marin



Print: black/white

Runtime: 68 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



The mysterious death of a notoriously candid author provides the basis of

this mystery. Investigators do not believe the suicide note found with his

corpse. It seems the author had written a scandalous autobiography

detailing his many affairs, with no regard to the feelings of the women

involved. The police begin investigating these women and the story is

told in flashback. It all began during a publisher's party for the author.

Several of his ex-girl friends show up, and he entertains them. Afterward

he returns to his study, but not before telling his butler that he plans to

kill himself because life is simply too much to bear. It is the valet who

suggests he leave a suicide note to protect the innocent. The distraught

author does so and then fires the gun. Unfortunately, he only wounds

himself. The butler runs in, sees an opportunity to at long last get

revenge and finishes the job. He feels secure that he has committed the

perfect crime. Unfortunately, he forgot about the second bullet

embedded in the floor. Fortunately, the police find it and the butler gets

his just desserts.

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Starring Paul Lukas, Leila Hyams, Patricia Ellis, Phillip Reed, Onslow
Stevens, Dorothy Burgess, Lilian Bond, Joyce Compton
Directed by Edwin L. Marin

Print: black/white
Runtime: 68 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

The mysterious death of a notoriously candid author provides the basis of
this mystery. Investigators do not believe the suicide note found with his
corpse. It seems the author had written a scandalous autobiography
detailing his many affairs, with no regard to the feelings of the women
involved. The police begin investigating these women and the story is
told in flashback. It all began during a publisher's party for the author.
Several of his ex-girl friends show up, and he entertains them. Afterward
he returns to his study, but not before telling his butler that he plans to
kill himself because life is simply too much to bear. It is the valet who
suggests he leave a suicide note to protect the innocent. The distraught
author does so and then fires the gun. Unfortunately, he only wounds
himself. The butler runs in, sees an opportunity to at long last get
revenge and finishes the job. He feels secure that he has committed the
perfect crime. Unfortunately, he forgot about the second bullet
embedded in the floor. Fortunately, the police find it and the butler gets
his just desserts.

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