StudioCanal brings three of Ealing’s finest comedies together for the first time on Blu-ray.
The films, featuring some of Sir Alec Guiness’s best work, are Kind Hearts and Coronets, in which an outcast cousin takes revenge on each and every member of his aristocratic relatives; The Man in the White Suit – a satirical depiction of idealism crushed by the status quo – and The Lavender Hill Mob, in which a put-upon bank clerk schemes to rob his employers.
The host of extras include introductions by John Landis and Martin Scorsese, the alternative American ending for Kind Hearts and Coronets, stills galleries, excerpts from BECTU, and audio commentaries.
To be in with a chance of winning answer the following question:
Q. Which one of the films was directed by Charles Crichton?
a. Kind Hearts and Coronets
b. The Man in the White Suit
c. The Lavender Hill Mob
Entry email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: Tuesday 13 May 2014.