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Directed by: Maurice Elvey Leslie Arliss

Produced: 1955

Countries & Regions: United Kingdom

DVD Details

Certificate: U

Studio: British Film Institute

Length: 142 mins

Format: DVD

Region: Region 0

Released: 5 December 2011

Cat No: BFIVD931

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Languages(s): English
Hard of Hearing Subtitles: English
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Screen ratio 1:1.33

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Miss Tulip Stays the Night / The Great Game

Cast: James Hayter , John Laurie , Thora Hird , Diana Dors , Glyn Houston , Patrick Holt , A.E. Matthews , Jack Hulbert , Cicely Courtneidge , Sheila Shand Gibbs

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Double bill of comedy dramas starring British blonde bombshell Diana Dors. In ’Miss Tulip Stays the Night’ (1955) crime writer Andrew Dax... Read More

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Double bill of comedy dramas starring British blonde bombshell Diana Dors. In ’Miss Tulip Stays the Night’ (1955) crime writer Andrew Dax (Patrick Holt) and his wife, Kate (Dors), are visited by a strange woman who arrives at their house with jewels and a gun, looking for a place to stay. They let her stay the night but in the morning they discover she has been murdered and Andrew finds himself the prime suspect. In ’The Great Game’ (1953), based on the play ’Shooting Star’ by Basil Thomas, chairman of Burnville United Football Club Joe Lawson (James Hayter) makes a dodgy business deal and, when a scandal breaks out as a result, he loses his job. Dors co-stars as sexy secretary Lulu Smith, alongside Thora Hird and John Laurie.

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