Murder in Soho DVD

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This cracking Brit-noir crime thriller features relatively early roles for Googie Withers James Hayter future Bond star Bernard Lee and Broadway veteran Jack La Rue who would become familiar to cinemagoers as one of Hollywood's most dependable screen gangsters. Released in Britain in 1939 Murder in Soho is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. One of the brightest spots in Soho was the Cotton Club run by American Steve Marco. Steve was proud of his club's reputation; it was an excellent... 'blind' for more important activities. So when double-crossing Joe Lane threatened to tell the police of Steve's past Joe had to be murdered. Steve was not going to have anyone destroy what had taken years to build... Special Features: Image Gallery Original Script PDF [show more]

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Released
28 April 2014
Directors
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DVD 
Publisher
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Runtime
68 minutes 
Features
PAL 
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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play  This cracking Brit-noir crime thriller features relatively early roles for Googie Withers James Hayter future Bond star Bernard Lee and Broadway veteran Jack La Rue who would become familiar to cinemagoers as one of Hollywood&39;s most dependable screen gangsters Released in Britain in 1939 Murder in Soho is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio One of the brightest spots in Soho was the Cotton Club run by American Steve Marco Steve was proud of his club&39;s reputation; it was an excellent &39;blind&39; for more important activities So when double-crossing Joe Lane threatened to tell the police of Steve&39;s past Joe had to be murdered Steve was not going to have anyone destroy what had taken years to build Actors Jack La Rue Sandra Storme Bernard Lee Martin Walker James Hayter & Googie Withers Director Norman Lee Certificate Universal Suitable for All Year 1939 Languages English Duration 1 hour and 8 minutes (approx)