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Arthur Crabtree – Dear Murderer (1947)

When a wealthy man discovers that his wife is having an affair, he murders her lover, committing the perfect crime. Read More »

Thorold Dickinson – The Arsenal Stadium Mystery (1939)

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There are several reasons to relish this curio. It was an apprentice work by Thorold Dickinson, the Hitchcock assistant and cutter who would shoot “Gaslight” and “The Queen of Spades” before becoming Britain’s first professor of film. It is one of the earliest sports movies to feature real sportsmen – acting very woodenly, as befits stiff-upper-lip soccer stars. It is anchored by a mischievously eccentric performance by Leslie Banks, who a few years later was to be the magnificent Chorus of Olivier’s “Henry V”. Read More »