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

The Lady of the Lake (1928) DVD-R

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Starring Percy Marmont, Benita Hume, Lawson Butt, James Carew,

Haddon Mason

Directed by James A. FitzPatrick



Print: black/white

Runtime: 55 min.

Genre: drama

Print Quality: B



Per its title, Lady of the Lake was inspired by the Sir Walter Scott poem.

The titular lady, played by Benita Hume (later Mrs. Ronald Colman), is

exiled from her homeland by royal decree. Though she has every right to

be bitter, Hume saves King James V (Percy Marmont) from being killed by

bandits. Given the shoddy production values of most British silent films,

Lady of the Lake was a work of art by comparison. In 1931, the film was

reissued with a new music and sound-effects track. It is this 55-minute

version, minus the tacked-on soundtrack, that is most readily available

today.

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Starring Percy Marmont, Benita Hume, Lawson Butt, James Carew,
Haddon Mason
Directed by James A. FitzPatrick

Print: black/white
Runtime: 55 min.
Genre: drama
Print Quality: B

Per its title, Lady of the Lake was inspired by the Sir Walter Scott poem.
The titular lady, played by Benita Hume (later Mrs. Ronald Colman), is
exiled from her homeland by royal decree. Though she has every right to
be bitter, Hume saves King James V (Percy Marmont) from being killed by
bandits. Given the shoddy production values of most British silent films,
Lady of the Lake was a work of art by comparison. In 1931, the film was
reissued with a new music and sound-effects track. It is this 55-minute
version, minus the tacked-on soundtrack, that is most readily available
today.

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