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

Bermuda Mystery (1944) DVD-R

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Starring Preston Foster, Ann Rutherford, Charles Butterworth, Helene

Reynolds, Jean Howard

Directed by Benjamin Stoloff



Print: black/white

Runtime: 65 min.

Genre: mystery



This 20th Century-Fox programmer stars Preston Foster as breezy

detective Steve Carromond. When a man dies of a suspicious heart

attack, the victim's niece, Constance Martin (Ann Rutherford), hires Steve

to investigate. The solution to the mystery lies in a tontine-like

arrangement, wherein six WW1 vets have pooled their savings for a joint

insurance policy, to be collected by the surviving veteran. Props

essential to the action include a package of poisoned cigarettes.

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Starring Preston Foster, Ann Rutherford, Charles Butterworth, Helene
Reynolds, Jean Howard
Directed by Benjamin Stoloff

Print: black/white
Runtime: 65 min.
Genre: mystery

This 20th Century-Fox programmer stars Preston Foster as breezy
detective Steve Carromond. When a man dies of a suspicious heart
attack, the victim's niece, Constance Martin (Ann Rutherford), hires Steve
to investigate. The solution to the mystery lies in a tontine-like
arrangement, wherein six WW1 vets have pooled their savings for a joint
insurance policy, to be collected by the surviving veteran. Props
essential to the action include a package of poisoned cigarettes.

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