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    Hi,

    Would anyone be able to tell me please whether "Sabotage Agent aka Adventures of Tartu" starring Robert Donat in 1943 and "Night train to Munich starring Rex Harrison in 1940 are available on DVD?

    Thanks

    Brian L

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    "Night train to Munich" has just been released on dvd in the US. Lots of American sellers are offering it on ebay at the moment. It's not expensive, but I cannot comment on quality because the copy i ordered has not yet arrved



    Best wishes

    MrT

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    I have THE ADVENTURES OF TARTU if you cannot find it elsewhere. Write to me.

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    Just out of interest, the Adventures of Tartu has been on C4 a number of times, most recently a year or two ago



    rgds

    Rob

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    (brianl @ Nov 13 2005, 01:43 PM) Quoted post</div><div class='quotemain'>

    Hi,

    Would anyone be able to tell me please whether "Sabotage Agent aka Adventures of Tartu" starring Robert Donat in 1943 and "Night train to Munich starring Rex Harrison in 1940 are available on DVD?

    Thanks

    Brian L

    [/b]


    Thanks to all that replied. Alex has kindly offered to make these two available to me.

    Regards

    Brian

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    Hello there

    Can anybody tell me if the following moie is aailable commercially as I seemed to hae tried everywhere.

    LAST TRAIN TO MUNICH (also named GESTAPO)

    Stars Margaret Lockwood nand Re Harrison)

    Best wishes and thanks for your time

    Doc

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    Senior Member Country: UK CaptainWaggett's Avatar
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    You can get it from Silver Sirens if that helps

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    Ioffer has it, but that's not an official release. But it's very cheap and the seller says its 9 out of ten.

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    name='CaptainWaggett']You can get it from Silver Sirens if that helps


    Un clic, deux clics, trois clics.... and I got it !! (just 8€ !!)



    Thank you Captain for this precious link ...




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    name='moonfleet']Un clic, deux clics, trois clics.... and I got it !! (just 8� !!)



    Thank you Captain for this precious link ...


    If you haven't seen it already, you're in for a treat

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    name='CaptainWaggett'] If you haven't seen it already, you're in for a treat


    I love that film, saw it long ago and I wanted very much to watch it again !!

    With Odd Man Out it's my Carol Reed favourite...

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    .... and also for those two who (which ??) I discovered for the first time in The Lady Vanishes




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    Syntax: now I think 'whom' should be better.

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    I'd stick with 'who', 'whom' isn't used much these days. You could say 'that', but 'which' is definitely wrong, as it generally refers to objects rather than people.



    'Night Train' is a great film, rather slicker and more sophisticated that The Lady Vanishes, with some rather unexpected twists and turns. It's shown quite regularly on Film Four these days.

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    Thanks Cooper S for the indications.






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    Criterion have announced they will release Night Train To Munich.

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    name='JamesM']Criterion have announced they will release Night Train To Munich.


    Awesome news.

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    Really! Be interested to see what the extras are like...



    Captain, did you know something when you suggested it?!

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    Here you go



    Night Train to Munich (1940) - The Criterion Collection



    Disc Features





    • New, restored high-definition digital transfer
    • New video conversation between film scholars Peter Evans and Bruce Babington about director Carol Reed, screenwriters Frank Launder and Sidney Gilliat, and the social and political climate

      in which Night Train to Munich was made
    • PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by film critic Philip Kemp

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