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

Colonel March Investigates (1955) DVD-R

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Starring Boris Karloff, Sheila Burrell, Anthony Forwood, Sonya Hana, John Hewer

Directed by Cy Endfield



Print: Black and White

Runtime: 70 min.

Genre: Mystery



This murder mystery is comprised of three pilot episodes of a British television series. The story centers around the odd cases that come into the Department of Queer Complaints at Scotland Yard. The protagonist is the head of the department and wears a black eye patch and cloak. His job is to investigate the most bizarre cases. He solves three in this film. The first involves an innocent man and a bank robbery. Next he dispatches with two murder cases.

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Starring Boris Karloff, Sheila Burrell, Anthony Forwood, Sonya Hana, John Hewer
Directed by Cy Endfield

Print: Black and White
Runtime: 70 min.
Genre: Mystery

This murder mystery is comprised of three pilot episodes of a British television series. The story centers around the odd cases that come into the Department of Queer Complaints at Scotland Yard. The protagonist is the head of the department and wears a black eye patch and cloak. His job is to investigate the most bizarre cases. He solves three in this film. The first involves an innocent man and a bank robbery. Next he dispatches with two murder cases.

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