Law and Disorder DVD


Michael Redgrave and Robert Morley head a stellar cast in this marvellous comedy of skulduggery and deception from Ealing Studios lynchpin Charles Crichton and Oscar-winning screenwriter T.E.B. Clarke - best known as the team behind The Lavender Hill Mob. Law and Disorder is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Percy Brand's growing son Colin thinks his father is a clergyman when Percy's real vocation is that of confidence trickster - his frequent spells 'inside' explained away as missionary... trips abroad. When Colin studies law and eventually becomes a judge's marshal his father feels bound to retire to a fishing village. But he cannot keep away from his life of crime and in no time at all he's getting involved in the local squire's brandy smuggling activities... Special Features: Original Theatrical Trailer Image gallery Script and Promotional PDFs [show more]

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17 April 2019
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Michael Redgrave stars in this classic drama based on the novel by Denys Roberts. Percy Brand (Redgrave) is a convicted conman who has been in and out of prison his entire life. Although he has come to terms with his own fate, he cannot bear the thought of his son, Colin (Jeremy Burnham), finding out the truth. When his latest prosecution comes to trial, Percy is horrified to see that Colin is the judge's assistant and does everything he can think of to stop him seeing who he really is.

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