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

The Dark Man (1951) DVD-R

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Starring Maxwell Reed, Edward Underdown, Natasha Parry, Barbara Murray, William Hartnell

Directed by Jeffrey Dell



Print: black/white

Runtime: 91 min.

Genre: drama

Print quality: B



 


The Dark Man is a killer who opens the film by committing double murder. This is witnessed by young aspiring actress Molly Lester (Natasha Parry). The rest of the picture concerns Dark Man's efforts to put Molly out of the way. The plot is nothing new, though the settings--a provincial repertory theatre, a military rifle range--are rather novel. It is giving nothing away to reveal that the title character is portrayed by Maxwell Reed; Edward Underdown co-stars as the obligatory Scotland Yard representative, while future "Dr. Who" William Hartnell plays Underdown's superior.

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Starring Maxwell Reed, Edward Underdown, Natasha Parry, Barbara Murray, William Hartnell
Directed by Jeffrey Dell

Print: black/white
Runtime: 91 min.
Genre: drama
Print quality: B

 

The Dark Man is a killer who opens the film by committing double murder. This is witnessed by young aspiring actress Molly Lester (Natasha Parry). The rest of the picture concerns Dark Man's efforts to put Molly out of the way. The plot is nothing new, though the settings--a provincial repertory theatre, a military rifle range--are rather novel. It is giving nothing away to reveal that the title character is portrayed by Maxwell Reed; Edward Underdown co-stars as the obligatory Scotland Yard representative, while future "Dr. Who" William Hartnell plays Underdown's superior.

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