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

Journey's End (1930) DVD-R

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Starring Colin Clive, Ian Maclaren, David Manners, Billy Bevan, Anthony Bushell

Directed by James Whale



Print: black/white

Runtime: 120 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



R.C. Sherriff's forceful drama about men at war, a long running hit in London as well as New

York, is brought to the screen in this film adaptation. Capt. Denis Stanhope (Colin Clive) is

the commander of a military unit during World War I; constantly bombarded by enemy fire

and hemmed in by his superiors, Stanhope no longer believes in the cause for which he

fights, and is despondent over the thought he is sending young men to a pointless death.

Depressed, Stanhope has turned to drink, and often squabbles with Lt. Osborne (Ian

MacLaren), his second-in-command, as well as berating nd Lt. Raleigh (David Manners),

whose sister is Stanhope's beloved. As his confidence begins to collapse, Stanhope

believes he has lost the respect of his men, until he secretly obtains a letter Raleigh is

writing to his sister. Journey's End was the first major success for director James Whale;

he soon signed a deal to work in the United States, and he cast his Journey's End leading

man, Colin Clive, in one of his first American projects, Frankenstein.

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Starring Colin Clive, Ian Maclaren, David Manners, Billy Bevan, Anthony Bushell
Directed by James Whale

Print: black/white
Runtime: 120 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

R.C. Sherriff's forceful drama about men at war, a long running hit in London as well as New
York, is brought to the screen in this film adaptation. Capt. Denis Stanhope (Colin Clive) is
the commander of a military unit during World War I; constantly bombarded by enemy fire
and hemmed in by his superiors, Stanhope no longer believes in the cause for which he
fights, and is despondent over the thought he is sending young men to a pointless death.
Depressed, Stanhope has turned to drink, and often squabbles with Lt. Osborne (Ian
MacLaren), his second-in-command, as well as berating nd Lt. Raleigh (David Manners),
whose sister is Stanhope's beloved. As his confidence begins to collapse, Stanhope
believes he has lost the respect of his men, until he secretly obtains a letter Raleigh is
writing to his sister. Journey's End was the first major success for director James Whale;
he soon signed a deal to work in the United States, and he cast his Journey's End leading
man, Colin Clive, in one of his first American projects, Frankenstein.

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