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1.) Elephant Boy, UK 1937, directed by Robert J.Flaherty, Zoltan Korda, starring Sabu, W.E. Holloway, Walter Hudd, Allan Jeayes, Bruce Gordon, D.J. Williams, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Iravatha
2.) The Ghost Train, UK 1941, directed by Walter Forde, starring Arthur Askey, Richard Murdoch, Kathleen Harrison, Peter Murray-Hill, Carole Lynne, Morland Graham, Betty Jardine, Stuart Latham, Herbert Lomas, Raymond Huntley, Linden Travers, D.J.Williams, George Merritt, Wilfrid Lawson
3.) It's Never too Late to Mend, UK 1937, directed by David MacDonald, starring Tod Slaughter, Jack Livesey, Marjorie Taylor, Ian Colin, Laurence Hanray, D.J. Williams, Roy Russell, John Singer, Leonard Sharp, Jack Vyvian
4.) Murder in the Red Barn, UK 1935, directed by Milton Rosmer, starring Tod Slaughter, Sophie Stewart, D.J.Williams, Eric Portman, Clare Greet, Gerard Tyrell, Ann Trevor, Stella Rho, Dennis Hoey, Quentin McPhearson, Antonia Brough, Noel Dainton, J.Leslie Frith, Herbert Leonard
5.) Silver Blaze, UK 1937, directed by Thomas Bentley, starring Arthur Wontner, Ian Fleming (II), Lyn Harding, John Turnbull, Robert Horton, Lawrence Grossmith, Judy Gunn, Arthur Macrae, Arthur Goullet, Martin Walker, Eve Gray, Gilbert Davis, Minnie Rayner, D.J.Williams, Ralph Truman
6.) Sweeney Todd, The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, UK 1936, directed by George King, starring Tod Slaughter, Stella Rho, Eve Lister, Bruce Seton, D.J.Williams, John Singer, Davina Craig, Jerry Verno, Ben Soutton, Billy Holland, Aubrey Mallalieu
review by Mike Haberfelner, second opinion by Dale Pierce