Miss Tulip Stays the Night / The Great Game
Films by Leslie Arliss and Maurice Elvey
A delicious double dose of effervescent vintage comedy-drama starring Britain’s blondest bombshell, the one and only Diana Dors, at her saucy best.
Miss Tulip Stays the Night Director: Leslie Arliss Laughter and thrills mingle in Miss Tulip Stays the Night as gorgeous Kate Dax (Dors) and her crime-writer husband, Andrew (Patrick Holt), investigate the murder of eccentric spinster Miss Tulip (Cicely Courtneidge) at a remote country cottage. With the help – or hindrance – of bumbling PC Feathers (deftly played by British comedy legend Jack Hulbert), will they ever crack their crazy case and finally figure out whodunit?
The Great Game Director: Maurice Elvey Goals and glamour go together in The Great Game, a high-scoring drama of football league corruption, shot on location at Griffin Park, a historic home of Brentford FC. With fine performances from James Hayter as Burnville United’s unscrupulous team chairman, Thora Hird as his long-suffering assistant, and Dors enjoying herself as man-eating secretary Lulu – not to mention the splendid eyeball-rolling turn from John Laurie – the final result is a nostalgic Saturday afternoon treat for movie buffs and football fans alike.
- A fully illustrated booklet with film notes, credits and biographies.
Original aspect ratio
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