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Quartet
  • Description

    One of Britain's finest novelists, W. Somerset Maugham, hosts a portmanteau of his own short stories adapted for the screen. The four celebrated tales that comprise this moving drama are:

    The Facts Of Life charts the rise and fall of a young man gambling in Monte Carlo.

    The Alien Corn tells the story of a young man whose disapproving parents are horrified by his plans to become a professional pianist. They send him away to learn, hoping he will not be good enough.

    The Kite tells of a husband's passion for kite-flying and the marital strife he encounters when his wife wishes him to give up his hobby.

    The Colonel's Lady depicts a Colonel's disbelief at a passionate book written by his wife., One of Britain's finest novelists, W. Somerset Maugham, hosts a portmanteau of his own short stories adapted for the screen. The four celebrated tales that comprise this moving drama are:

    The Facts Of Life charts the rise and fall of a young man gambling in Monte Carlo.

    The Alien Corn tells the story of a young man whose disapproving parents are horrified by his plans to become a professional pianist. They send him away to learn, hoping he will not be good enough.

    The Kite tells of a husband's passion for kite-flying and the marital strife he encounters when his wife wishes him to give up his hobby.

    The Colonel's Lady depicts a Colonel's disbelief at a passionate book written by his wife.

    Special Features:

    • Alternative End Section.
    • Image Gallery.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Hermione BaddeleyHonor BlackmanDirk BogardeGeorge ColeCecil ParkerNora SwinburneNaunton WayneBasil Radford
    Director:
    Ken AnnakinArthur CrabtreeRalph SmartHarold French
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    4:3
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English

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  • Description

    One of Britain's finest novelists, W. Somerset Maugham, hosts a portmanteau of his own short stories adapted for the screen. The four celebrated tales that comprise this moving drama are:

    The Facts Of Life charts the rise and fall of a young man gambling in Monte Carlo.

    The Alien Corn tells the story of a young man whose disapproving parents are horrified by his plans to become a professional pianist. They send him away to learn, hoping he will not be good enough.

    The Kite tells of a husband's passion for kite-flying and the marital strife he encounters when his wife wishes him to give up his hobby.

    The Colonel's Lady depicts a Colonel's disbelief at a passionate book written by his wife., One of Britain's finest novelists, W. Somerset Maugham, hosts a portmanteau of his own short stories adapted for the screen. The four celebrated tales that comprise this moving drama are:

    The Facts Of Life charts the rise and fall of a young man gambling in Monte Carlo.

    The Alien Corn tells the story of a young man whose disapproving parents are horrified by his plans to become a professional pianist. They send him away to learn, hoping he will not be good enough.

    The Kite tells of a husband's passion for kite-flying and the marital strife he encounters when his wife wishes him to give up his hobby.

    The Colonel's Lady depicts a Colonel's disbelief at a passionate book written by his wife.

    Special Features:

    • Alternative End Section.
    • Image Gallery.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Hermione BaddeleyHonor BlackmanDirk BogardeGeorge ColeCecil ParkerNora SwinburneNaunton WayneBasil Radford
    Director:
    Ken AnnakinArthur CrabtreeRalph SmartHarold French
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    4:3
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
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