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Trio
  • Description

    A rare indulgence of a drama from the pen of celebrated novelist W. Somerset Maugham, Trio combines three quirky tales to form a compelling production from Gainsborough Films, which was Oscar-nominated on its initial cinema release.

    The Verger tell the story of an illiterate man dismissed from his job who decides to set up a tobacconist and amasses a small fortune.

    Mr. Knowall tells of a man who has the infuriating habit of talking to everyone and pretending to know about everything.

    Sanatorium depicts the communal life and loves of a group of patients, most of them terminally ill, in a sanatorium., A rare indulgence of a drama from the pen of celebrated novelist W. Somerset Maugham, Trio combines three quirky tales to form a compelling production from Gainsborough Films, which was Oscar-nominated on its initial cinema release.

    The Verger tell the story of an illiterate man dismissed from his job who decides to set up a tobacconist and amasses a small fortune.

    Mr. Knowall tells of a man who has the infuriating habit of talking to everyone and pretending to know about everything.

    Sanatorium depicts the communal life and loves of a group of patients, most of them terminally ill, in a sanatorium.

    Special Features:

    • Image Gallery.
    • Theatrical Trailer.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    U
    Actor:
    James Hayter, Roland Culver, Michael Rennie, Jean Simmons, Kathleen Harrison, Naunton Wayne, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Anne Crawford
    Director:
    Ken Annakin, Harold French
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    4:3
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Network

Trio

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  • Description

    A rare indulgence of a drama from the pen of celebrated novelist W. Somerset Maugham, Trio combines three quirky tales to form a compelling production from Gainsborough Films, which was Oscar-nominated on its initial cinema release.

    The Verger tell the story of an illiterate man dismissed from his job who decides to set up a tobacconist and amasses a small fortune.

    Mr. Knowall tells of a man who has the infuriating habit of talking to everyone and pretending to know about everything.

    Sanatorium depicts the communal life and loves of a group of patients, most of them terminally ill, in a sanatorium., A rare indulgence of a drama from the pen of celebrated novelist W. Somerset Maugham, Trio combines three quirky tales to form a compelling production from Gainsborough Films, which was Oscar-nominated on its initial cinema release.

    The Verger tell the story of an illiterate man dismissed from his job who decides to set up a tobacconist and amasses a small fortune.

    Mr. Knowall tells of a man who has the infuriating habit of talking to everyone and pretending to know about everything.

    Sanatorium depicts the communal life and loves of a group of patients, most of them terminally ill, in a sanatorium.

    Special Features:

    • Image Gallery.
    • Theatrical Trailer.
  • Product Details
    Certificate:
    U
    Actor:
    James Hayter, Roland Culver, Michael Rennie, Jean Simmons, Kathleen Harrison, Naunton Wayne, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Anne Crawford
    Director:
    Ken Annakin, Harold French
    Region:
    2
    Aspect Ratio:
    4:3
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Main Language:
    English
    studio:
    Network
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