They Met In The Dark [DVD]
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The first ever DVD release of this classic British mystery. A thrilling wartime espionage drama in which the respected naval commander Richard Heritage (James Mason) is duped by Mary, an attractive, enemy agent who plants false naval movement orders on him. As a consequence of these false plans, a merchant ship is lost to enemy submarines and Heritage is court-martialled for disobeying orders before being found guilty and summarily dismissed from the Navy. Following his return to civilian life Heritage endeavours to prove his innocence by tracking down the beautiful agent who double crossed him. Working on a tip-off that she is at a remote house on the coast called Orchard Cottage, Heritage visits the house during a stormy night only to discover Mary s dead body in one of the bedrooms. When Laura Verity (Joyce Howard) enters the house a few moments later, she presumes that Heritage is the murderer and flees to call the police. But when the dead body disappears, Laura and Heritage begin to realise that they are just pawns in a dangerous chess game played by Christopher Child (Tom Walls), the head of a Nazi spy ring. Extra Features include: Booklet notes and Best of British trailers
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Unfortunately, I bought this in June and it was November before I got round to opening it so it is too late to return it; a complete waste of money. From the other reviews it seems as though the film watched was all right or maybe the other films jumped too and that's why it hasn't got very good reviews.
I shall contact Amazon about this because I think this is an issue which should be taken up with the supplier of the DVD. Great pity because I'd looked forward to watching it.
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This film was a first for me, can I would recommend it. There are so many big stars in it.Published on 7 Feb. 2014 by PB
This is a confused and addle brained film that never finds a focus. The DVD case shamelessly calls it a romantic thriller. Read morePublished on 30 Aug. 2011 by Ronald Haak