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

Elstree Calling (1930) DVD-R

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Starring Gordon Begg, Teddy Brown, Helen Burnell, Donald Calthrop,

Bobbie Comber

Directed by Andre Charlot, Jack Hulbert, Paul Murray, Alfred Hitchcock



Print: black/white

Runtime: 77 min.

Genre: musical

Print Quality: B



A series of 19 musical and comedy "vaudeville" sketches presented in

the form of a live broadcast hosted by Tommy Handley (as himself). There

are two "running gags" which connect the sketches. In one, an actor

wants to perform Shakespeare, but he is continually denied air-time. The

other gag has an inventor trying to view the broadcast on television.

Four of the sketches are in color (in shades of yellow and brown only).

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Starring Gordon Begg, Teddy Brown, Helen Burnell, Donald Calthrop,
Bobbie Comber
Directed by Andre Charlot, Jack Hulbert, Paul Murray, Alfred Hitchcock

Print: black/white
Runtime: 77 min.
Genre: musical
Print Quality: B

A series of 19 musical and comedy "vaudeville" sketches presented in
the form of a live broadcast hosted by Tommy Handley (as himself). There
are two "running gags" which connect the sketches. In one, an actor
wants to perform Shakespeare, but he is continually denied air-time. The
other gag has an inventor trying to view the broadcast on television.
Four of the sketches are in color (in shades of yellow and brown only).

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