The Master Detectives (UK-import) (DVD)

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Mr. Moto's Last Warning (Dir. Norman Foster, 1939):
A Japanese man claiming to be Mr Moto, of the International Police, is abducted and murdered soon after disembarking from a ship at Port Said in Egypt. The real Mr Moto is already in Port Said, investigating a conspiracy against the British and French governments. The dead man was his colleague, impersonating him to throw the conspirators off his scent. Mr Moto recognises one of the conspirators as a British Secret Service agent, and together they discover that the gang have mined the harbour in preparation for the arrival of the French fleet. Their aim is to throw the blame onto the British, which may start a second World War.

The Mystery Of Mr. Wong (Dir. William Nigh, 1939):
The Mystery of Mr. Wong is the second in the series featuring Boris Karloff as the Chinese detective. This time around gem collector Brandon Edwards (Morgan Wallace) has acquired the "Eye of the Daughter of the Moon," the largest star sapphire in the world. Unfortunately, the gem has been stolen from China. While exhibiting the gem during a party at his home, Edwards tells Mr. Wong he is worried and the next thing we know Edwards is shot during a game of charades. The gem disappears, taken by Drina (Lotus Long) the maid, who intends to return it to its sacred resting place in China. But then Drina is murdered as well...can Mr. Wong find the gem and manage to stay alive himself...

Dick Tracy Meets Gruesome (Dir. John Rawlins, 1947):
Befitting his status as a genre star, Boris Karloff earns top billing over leading man Ralph Byrd in RKO's final Dick Tracy caper. The former Frankenstein monster plays an escaped convict masterminding a daring bank robbery. To get in and out of the bank without being noticed, the gang uses an asphyxiating gas that leaves anyone inside momentarily frozen in place. Everyone, that is, except for bank customer Tess Truehart (Anne Gwynne), who is able to contact Dick Tracy (Byrd) from a phone booth in the bank. With little or no clues, Tracy and his man Friday, Pat Patton (Lyle Latell), question the bank customers but none can shed any light on the mysterious goings-on. The disappearance of Dr. A. Tomic (Milton Parsons) and the odd behavior of his associate, Dr. I.M. Learned (June Clayworth), crack the case wide open, however, and Tracy is eventually able to track down both Gruesome and the surprising identity of his boss, L.E. Thal (Edward Ashley).

Doomed To Die (Dir. William Nighy, 1940):
An action-packed detective movie about the mysterious fiery destruction of a luxury liner carrying 400 passengers and a contraband cargo of Chinese bonds. Boris Karloff plays the good guy for a change, a Chinese detective named James Lee Wong.

Produktfakta

Produksjonsår 1939 Format DVD
Sone Sone 2 - Import Sjanger Thriller
Antall disker 4 Spilletid 5 timer 38 minutter
Aldersgrense 7 Undertekster Ingen
Lydformater Mono 1.0 (Engelsk) Bildeformater Fullscreen 4:3, Sort/Hvitt
Regissør Diverse Skuespillere Basil Rathbone, Boris Karloff, Peter Lorre, Ralph Byrd
Bestillingsnummer ODNFB002 Leverandør Gardners

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