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

Neither the Sea Nor the Sand (1972) On DVD

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Actor :       Anthony Booth, Frank Finlay, Susan Hampshire, Jack Lambert, Michael Petrovich
Director:   Fred Burnley
Genre:       Horror
Year:         1972
Studio:      Kino Lorber films
Length:     110
Released: July 28, 2009

Rating:     
 Unrated (Video)
Format:     
DVD
Misc:          Color
Language:English
Subtitles : N/A








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A contemporary love story gets gruesome in this bizarre English horror/romance. A woman on vacation falls passionately in love with a young lighthouse keeper, only to be left devastated when he dies suddenly. Yet his death is only the beginning, as he ret









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Actor :       Anthony Booth, Frank Finlay, Susan Hampshire, Jack Lambert, Michael Petrovich
Director:   Fred Burnley
Genre:       Horror
Year:         1972
Studio:      Kino Lorber films
Length:     110
Released: July 28, 2009

Rating:     
 Unrated (Video)
Format:     
DVD
Misc:          Color
Language:English
Subtitles : N/A


DESCRIPTION:

A contemporary love story gets gruesome in this bizarre English horror/romance. A woman on vacation falls passionately in love with a young lighthouse keeper, only to be left devastated when he dies suddenly. Yet his death is only the beginning, as he ret

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