23 Paces to Baker Street DVD

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Philip Hannon (Van Johnson - The Caine Mutiny) is a playwright, newly relocated from New York to London. Drowning his sorrows in a pub one night, Philip is disturbed to overhear a crime being plotted. The police don't believe his story and so, aided by his faithful batman Bob (Cecil Parker - The Lady Vanishes) and ex-fiance Jean (Vera Miles - Psycho), Philip resolves to stop the villains. But it will not be easy: Philip, you see, is blind...

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Released
24 September 2012
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Odeon Entertainment 
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Runtime
99 minutes 
Features
Dolby, PAL 
Barcode
5060082517440 
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1950s mystery thriller starring Van Johnson and Vera Miles. Blind playwright Phillip Hannon (Johnson) overhears a man and a woman talking about what he believes to be a possible kidnapping plot. When the police prove to be of no use he decides to carry out his own investigation with his butler, Bob (Cecil Parker), and his ex-fiancée, Jean (Miles), providing assistance.

Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play  Philip Hannon (Van Johnson The Caine Mutiny) is a playwright newly relocated from New York to London Drowning his sorrows in a pub one night Philip is disturbed to overhear a crime being plotted The police do not believe his story and so aided by his faithful butler Bob (Cecil Parker The Lady Vanishes) and ex-fiancé Jean (Vera Miles Psycho) Philip resolves to stop the villains But it will not be easy Philip you see is blind

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