Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Classic Mystery Movies |
And Then There Were None / Cry Panic / The Bat
Actors: Barry Fitzgerald, Walter Huston, John Forsythe, Earl Holliman, Ralph Meeker
Directors: Crane Wilbur, James Goldstone, René Clair
Genres: Indie & Art House, Drama, Horror, Mystery & Suspense
3 Great Movies on 1 DVD. Star Power, Exciting Genre with Extras on each DVD.
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A very good collection on one DVD
Robert Meeks | Winchester, KY United States | 11/10/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a single sided DVD which contains three mystery/suspense thrillers. 1)'And Then There Were None'; Barry Fitzgerald, Walter Huston, Louis Hayward; 97 minutes, B&W: Based on the Agatha Christie classic, a mysterious host invites ten guests to an old house by the sea. When the quests end up being killed off one by one, terror and suspicion run amuck. Who will be next, why are they being killed off, and who is the killer? 2)'Cry Panic'; John Forsythe, Earl Holliman, Anne Francis; 74 minutes, Color: Driving through a small town, a man accidentally hits a pedestrian and kills him. In trying to get assistance with the accident, the body disappears. No one in town, not even the sheriff, is willing to admit that anything happened. What secrets are they hiding and how far will they go to protect those secrets? 3)'The Bat'; Vincent Price, Agnes Moorehead; 79 minutes, B&W; In this old dark house mystery a killer has invaded the rented mansion of a mystery novelist and her guests. One by one, the guests are being killed off as the Bat flies. What is the motive of the Bat? Is there something hidden in the mansion? And, perhaps more sinister, who is the Bat? These are three very good suspense movies. 'And Then There Were None' is one of the best among mystery movies. The quality of the DVD is good. I have a 20" TV and they look as good if not better than VHS. Among the American Home Treasures triple feature DVDs, this is the best of what I have seen. The bonus material includes filmographies of the stars, biographies, and trivia. I have just given teasers based on the jacket descriptions. The premise of mystery movies is not to know what is going to happen so you can get caught up in the mystery.-Bob"
PURE JUNK,THESE MOVIES ARE IN SUCH POOR SHAPE THAT YOU CAN'T
John D. Page | usa | 06/26/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"THE COPIES THEY USED TO TRANSFER THESE MOVIES MUST HAVE BEEN PULLED FROM A FIRE IS ALL I CAN THINK AS I WATCHED(OR TRIED TO WATCH I SHOULD SAY) THESE MOVIES. YOU CAN FIND BETTER COPIES OUT THERE SO LOOK FOR THEM!!!!!!!!! STAY AWAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"