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

The Voice of Merrill (1952) DVD-R

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Starring Valerie Hobson, Edward Underdown, James Robertson Justice, Henry Kendall, Garry Marsh

Directed by John Gilling



Print: black/white

Runtime: 83 min.

Genre: mystery



The story of four people directly and indirectly involved with the murder of a female blackmailer. The three male suspects are the girl's publisher employer; an up-and-coming writer (Edward Undertown); a brillant established writer (James Robertson Justice) who is an intellectual snob who disdains everything and everybody; and his wife (Valarie Hobson.) The latter meets the struggling writer and, propelled by her loveless marriage, falls in love with him and proceeds to help him with his asending career with the unwitting aid of her ailing husband. Meanwhile, the police are still investigating the murder.

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Description :

Starring Valerie Hobson, Edward Underdown, James Robertson Justice, Henry Kendall, Garry Marsh
Directed by John Gilling

Print: black/white
Runtime: 83 min.
Genre: mystery

The story of four people directly and indirectly involved with the murder of a female blackmailer. The three male suspects are the girl's publisher employer; an up-and-coming writer (Edward Undertown); a brillant established writer (James Robertson Justice) who is an intellectual snob who disdains everything and everybody; and his wife (Valarie Hobson.) The latter meets the struggling writer and, propelled by her loveless marriage, falls in love with him and proceeds to help him with his asending career with the unwitting aid of her ailing husband. Meanwhile, the police are still investigating the murder.

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