Films starring Valerie Hobson

Must Watch Star

The Spy in Black

Michael Powell, 1939

Marking the first collaboration between Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, The Spy in Black is an atmospheric spy thriller in which a shadowy German spy ... More

£11.99 DVD

Q Planes

Tim Whelan, 1939

Briskly directed by Hollywood veteran Tim Whelan and featuring typically innovative art direction from Vincent Korda, Q Planes stars Laurence Olivier as a te... More

£8.99 DVD

Q Planes

Tim Whelan, 1939

Briskly directed by Hollywood veteran Tim Whelan and featuring typically innovative art direction from Vincent Korda, Q Planes stars Laurence Olivier as a te... More

£6.99 DVD

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The Rocking Horse Winner

Anthony Pelissier, 1949

A dark, atmospheric and complex psychological British drama, adapted from DH Lawrence's story about a young boy (a 10 year-old John Howard Davies) who receiv... More

£11.99 DVD

The Best of Ealing Collection

Robert Hamer, Alexander Mackendrick, 1955

The very best of Ealing Studios. Features Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949), The Ladykillers (1955), The Man in The White Suit (1951), Passport to Pimlico (194... More

£27.49 DVD

Train of Events

Charles Crichton, 1949

Ealing Studios production following the stories of a variety of different people caught up in the same train crash. From the the train driver, who is only dr... More

£8.99 DVD

The Card

Ronald Neame, 1952

AKA The Promoter. Arnold Bennett's novel is amusingly adapted by Eric Ambler, and tells of a provincial's rise and the resulting social fallout with rich obs... More

£8.99 DVD

World War 1 Collection

Michael Powell, David Green, 1933-87

Contains 1914 All Out (Green, 1987), The Spy in Black (Powell, 1939) and I Was a Spy (Saville, 1933). 1914 All Out: Written by the playwright Colin Schind... More

£12.74 DVD

Ealing Studios Box Set 1

Includes four classic films from the beloved studio. Features Kind Hearts And Coronets, Passport To Pimlico, Nicholas Nickleby and Went The Day Well. More

£24.49 DVD

The Voice of Merrill

John Gilling, 1952

An intriguing and suspenseful whodunit in which three people - a struggling author, a publisher, and a playwright, are directly and indirectly involved with ... More

£11.99 DVD