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

Bombs Over London (1937) a.k.a. Midnight Menace DVD-R

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Starring Charles Farrell, Margaret Vyner, Fritz Kortner, Danny Green, Wallace Evennett

Directed by Sinclair Hill



Print: black/white

Runtime: 79 min.

Genre: drama

Print quality: B



 


When his Hollywood starring career dried up in the mid-1930s, matinee idol Charles Farrell headed to England, where he played newspaper reporter Brian Gaunt in the fast-paced meller Midnight Menace. The storyline acknowledges the fact that Television was firmly established in England in 1937, with the BBC beaming out programs on a regular schedule. On this occasion, however, a TV device is being used for nefarious purposes by a gang of foreign munitions manufacturers, operating out of a stationery shop in Soho. Head villain Peters (Fritz Kortner) intends to destroy a London disarmament conference in a midnight air raid, all the while posing as the head of a pacifistic organization. The fearless Brian Gaunt gets wind of this scheme and races against time to avert disaster.

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Starring Charles Farrell, Margaret Vyner, Fritz Kortner, Danny Green, Wallace Evennett
Directed by Sinclair Hill

Print: black/white
Runtime: 79 min.
Genre: drama
Print quality: B

 

When his Hollywood starring career dried up in the mid-1930s, matinee idol Charles Farrell headed to England, where he played newspaper reporter Brian Gaunt in the fast-paced meller Midnight Menace. The storyline acknowledges the fact that Television was firmly established in England in 1937, with the BBC beaming out programs on a regular schedule. On this occasion, however, a TV device is being used for nefarious purposes by a gang of foreign munitions manufacturers, operating out of a stationery shop in Soho. Head villain Peters (Fritz Kortner) intends to destroy a London disarmament conference in a midnight air raid, all the while posing as the head of a pacifistic organization. The fearless Brian Gaunt gets wind of this scheme and races against time to avert disaster.

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