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

The Girl from Scotland Yard (1937) DVD-R

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Quick Overview

Starring Karen Morley, Robert Baldwin, Eduardo Ciannelli, Katharine

Alexander, Claude King, Jon Hall

Directed by Robert G. Vignola



Print: black/white

Runtime: 61 min.

Genre: sci-fi

Print Quality: B



The Girl from Scotland Yard has a dynamite opening sequence, as villain

Franz Borg (Eduardo Cianelli) demonstrates his futuristic "death ray" on a

helpless London. Threatening to destroy all of Europe if his demands

aren't met, Borg hasn't reckoned with the resourcefulness of gorgeous

secret service agent Viola Beech (Karen Morley) and American reporter

Derrick Holt (Robert Baldwin). Things move apace until a serial-like climax

in a runaway airplane. It's giving away nothing of the outcome to reveal

that Viola and Derrick fall in love along the way. The Girl from Scotland

Yard makes no pretence at believability, though it's slightly more credible

than Karen Morley's tacked-on British accent.

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Starring Karen Morley, Robert Baldwin, Eduardo Ciannelli, Katharine
Alexander, Claude King, Jon Hall
Directed by Robert G. Vignola

Print: black/white
Runtime: 61 min.
Genre: sci-fi
Print Quality: C+

The Girl from Scotland Yard has a dynamite opening sequence, as villain
Franz Borg (Eduardo Cianelli) demonstrates his futuristic "death ray" on a
helpless London. Threatening to destroy all of Europe if his demands
aren't met, Borg hasn't reckoned with the resourcefulness of gorgeous
secret service agent Viola Beech (Karen Morley) and American reporter
Derrick Holt (Robert Baldwin). Things move apace until a serial-like climax
in a runaway airplane. It's giving away nothing of the outcome to reveal
that Viola and Derrick fall in love along the way. The Girl from Scotland
Yard makes no pretence at believability, though it's slightly more credible
than Karen Morley's tacked-on British accent.

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