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The Man In Grey
  • Description

    A gorgeous debutante, Clarissa Richmond, is under obligation to enter into marriage with the wealthy Marquis of Rohan. Rohan is not love with Clarissa, but he wants an heir to his title - an ambition which is fulfilled when Clarissa presents him with a son. On the way to the theatre to see an old friend, Hesther, Clarissa is waylaid by a highwayman who demands a lift to the theatre she is attending - the highwayman is, in fact, a young actor called Peter Rokeby. Hesther comes to live with Clarissa, but she becomes a cuckoo in the nest when Rohan falls for her charm and she tries to oust Clarissa from the household., A gorgeous debutante, Clarissa Richmond, is under obligation to enter into marriage with the wealthy Marquis of Rohan. Rohan is not love with Clarissa, but he wants an heir to his title - an ambition which is fulfilled when Clarissa presents him with a son. On the way to the theatre to see an old friend, Hesther, Clarissa is waylaid by a highwayman who demands a lift to the theatre she is attending - the highwayman is, in fact, a young actor called Peter Rokeby. Hesther comes to live with Clarissa, but she becomes a cuckoo in the nest when Rohan falls for her charm and she tries to oust Clarissa from the household.

    Special Features:

    • James Mason - The Man They Loved to Hate: First shown in 1984, six months after
    • Original Theatrical Trailer.
    • Stills Gallery.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Stewart Granger, Phyllis Calvert, Margaret Lockwood, James Mason
    Director:
    Leslie Arliss
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    1.33:1
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English

The Man In Grey

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  • Description

    A gorgeous debutante, Clarissa Richmond, is under obligation to enter into marriage with the wealthy Marquis of Rohan. Rohan is not love with Clarissa, but he wants an heir to his title - an ambition which is fulfilled when Clarissa presents him with a son. On the way to the theatre to see an old friend, Hesther, Clarissa is waylaid by a highwayman who demands a lift to the theatre she is attending - the highwayman is, in fact, a young actor called Peter Rokeby. Hesther comes to live with Clarissa, but she becomes a cuckoo in the nest when Rohan falls for her charm and she tries to oust Clarissa from the household., A gorgeous debutante, Clarissa Richmond, is under obligation to enter into marriage with the wealthy Marquis of Rohan. Rohan is not love with Clarissa, but he wants an heir to his title - an ambition which is fulfilled when Clarissa presents him with a son. On the way to the theatre to see an old friend, Hesther, Clarissa is waylaid by a highwayman who demands a lift to the theatre she is attending - the highwayman is, in fact, a young actor called Peter Rokeby. Hesther comes to live with Clarissa, but she becomes a cuckoo in the nest when Rohan falls for her charm and she tries to oust Clarissa from the household.

    Special Features:

    • James Mason - The Man They Loved to Hate: First shown in 1984, six months after
    • Original Theatrical Trailer.
    • Stills Gallery.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Stewart Granger, Phyllis Calvert, Margaret Lockwood, James Mason
    Director:
    Leslie Arliss
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    1.33:1
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
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