• Main title from The 39 Steps (1935) (7)
  • Main title from The 39 Steps (1935) (6). A Gaumont-British picture Controlled throughout the United Kingdom and Irish Free State by Gaumont British Distributors Ltd
  • Main title from The 39 Steps (1935) (5)
  • Main title from The 39 Steps (1935) (4). Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
  • Main title from The 39 Steps (1935) (3). With Lucie Mannheim, Godfrey Tearle and Peggy Ashcroft. Adapted from the novel by John Buchan
  • Main title from The 39 Steps (1935) (2)

Silver Sirens

The Golden Age of British Film and Theatre

British cinema during the 1940s enjoyed a golden age as wartime film-makers found a new freedom to reflect the national mood, producing works of unparalleled ambition and boldness. Audiences turned to Ealing comedy films, escapist Gainsborough melodrama and World War II propaganda.
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Recent Pictures

Main title from The 39 Steps (1935) (1). Gaumont-British Picture Corporation Ltd presents Robert Donat and Madeleine Carroll in
The 39 Steps
The 39 Steps (1935) opening credits (1)
Main title from Hotel Sahara (1951) (3)
Hotel Sahara
Hotel Sahara (1951) opening credits (3)
Main title from Hotel Sahara (1951) (2). Yvonne De Carlo, Peter Ustinov, David Tomlinson in
Hotel Sahara
Hotel Sahara (1951) opening credits (2)
Main title from Hotel Sahara (1951) (1). A Tower Film
Hotel Sahara
Hotel Sahara (1951) opening credits (1)
Main title from The Spy in Black (1939) (2)
The Spy in Black
The Spy in Black (1939) opening credits (2)
Main title from Death Drums Along the River (1963) (2)
Death Drums Along the River
Death Drums Along the River (1963) opening credits (2)
Main title from Noose (1948) (4)
Noose
Noose (1948) opening credits (4)
Main title from Brass Monkey (1948) (3)
Brass Monkey
Brass Monkey (1948) opening credits (3)
Main title from The Lady Is a Square (1959) (4). By Harold Purcell
The Lady Is a Square
The Lady Is a Square (1959) opening credits (4)
Main title from Happy Go Lovely (1951) (3). Colour by Technicolor
Happy Go Lovely
Happy Go Lovely (1951) opening credits (3)
Blanche Fury
Blanche Fury (1948) opening credits
Main title from Blackout (1950) (4). Maxwell Reed, Dinah Sheridan in Blackout
Blackout
Blackout (1950) opening credits (4)
Main title from Blackout (1950) (2)
Blackout
Blackout (1950) opening credits (2)
Main title from Blackout (1950) (1). Eros Films Ltd presents
Blackout
Blackout (1950) opening credits (1)
Main title from The Ghost Camera (1933) (2)
The Ghost Camera
The Ghost Camera (1933) opening credits (2)

Recent DVD and Blu-ray Releases


The Man in Grey (1943) [Blu-ray]
The Man in Grey Blu-ray from Network and The British Film (2020)

Released:
18th May, 2020
Price: £15.66
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In Regency times, an aristocrat’s love for her less fortunate friend is repaid by jealousy, treachery and murder.
Featuring: The Man in Grey (1943).

North Sea Hijack (1980) [Blu-ray]
North Sea Hijack Blu-ray from 88 Films (2019)

Released:
9th March, 2020
Price: £15.99
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A British oil rig in the North Sea is held for ransom.
Featuring: North Sea Hijack (1980).

Green for Danger (1947) [Blu-ray]
Green for Danger Blu-ray from Network and the British Film [2019]. Alastair Sim and Sally Gray

Released:
28th October, 2019
Price: £11.50
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A mysterious murderer strikes on the operating table at a wartime emergency hospital.
Featuring: Green for Danger (1947).

Green for Danger (1947) [DVD]
Green for Danger DVD from Network and the British Film [2019]. Alastair Sim and Sally Gray

Released:
28th October, 2019
Price: £9.00
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A mysterious murderer strikes on the operating table at a wartime emergency hospital.
Featuring: Green for Danger (1947).

The Reckless Moment (1949) [Blu-ray]
The Reckless Moment Blu-ray cover from Powerhouse.  James Mason Joan Bennett.  Directed by Max Ophuls.  Indicator

Released:
22nd April, 2019
Price: £16.54
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A woman accidentally kills her daughter’s would-be seducer, and is then trailed by a blackmailer.
Featuring: The Reckless Moment (1949).

The Cracksman (1963) [DVD]
The Cracksman DVD from Network and the British Film

Released:
17th April, 2019
Price: £5.99
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A master locksmith becomes the unwitting dupe of a gang of safe-crackers.
Featuring: The Cracksman (1963).

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Newly Added Productions