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4 MOVIES: HELL IS SOLD OUT (1951) - BOYS IN BROWN (1949) - SEA OF SAND (1958) - MORNING DEPARTURE (1946) - RARE DVD

4 MOVIES: HELL IS SOLD OUT (1951) - BOYS IN BROWN (1949) - SEA OF SAND (1958) - MORNING DEPARTURE (1946) - RARE DVD
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- HELL IS SOLD OUT - 1951

Director: Michael Anderson

Stars: Mai Zetterling, Ivor Barnard, Nicholas Hannen

A book is sent to the publishers under the name of "Danges", a popular writer, long believed to be dead. The real Danges turns up and meets the new authoress using his name.



- BOYS IN BROWN - 1949

Director: Montgomery Tully

Stars: Jack Warner, Richard Attenborough, Dirk Bogarde

During post-war England, a young petty crook, Jackie Knowles (Sir Richard Attenborough), is on probation for committing petty crimes. Jackie wants to marry his girlfriend Kitty (Barbara Murray), but they don't have enough money to live on. Jackie foolishly accepts to be the getaway driver for a robbery job. The robbery goes wrong and Jackie is arrested. Because of his previous probation breach, the judge sentences him to three years in a Borstal institution. In the U.K., the Borstal institutions are trying to rehabilitate rather than punish young offenders. Jackie Knowles arrives at a Borstal institution run by a sympathetic Governor (Jack Warner). Initially, Jackie intends to keep his nose clean, do his time and get out. Unfortunatelly, he falls in with a crowd planning to escape. The wrong crowd is run by scheming Welsh boy Alfie Rawlins (Sir Dirk Bogarde) who senses Jackie's naiveté and innocence. Alfie manipulates Jackie into wanting to join his group by playing on Jackie's ...



- SEA OF SAND - 1958

Director Guy Green

Stars: Richard Attenborough John Gregson Michael Craig

Long-range desert group set out to raid big Nazi petrol dump as part of build-up to Alamein. They succeed in their task but run into trouble on their way back and lose several men. The heroism of a Sandhurst type officer, however, saves the remnants from a Nazi patrol and they get safely back to H.Q.



- MORNING DEPARTURE - 1946

Director: Harold Clayton

Stars: Nigel Patrick, John Stevens, Derek Elphinstone

At the end of World War II, a Royal Navy submarine on routine patrol strikes and detonates a mine. The subsequent explosion sinks the submarine, killing most of its crew. Frantic efforts then take place to rescue those remaining left alive.