The Hidden Room (1949)


Directed by: Edward Dmytryk

Stars: Robert Newton, Sally Gray, Naunton Wayne

Language: English + Commentaries (4tracks) | Subtitles: English (embed)

1# commentary by film historians Thirza Wakefield and Melanie Williams (2024)
2# The John Player Lecture with Edward Dmytryk: Conducted by John Baxter at The National Film Theatre, London on 16 April 1972″ 1972 interview plays as an alternate soundtrack over the film (73:32)
3# The British Entertainment History Project (BHEP) Interview with Gordon K. McCallum: Conducted by Alan Lawson on 11 October 1988″ 1988 interview plays as an alternate soundtrack over the film

Country: Uk | Imdb Info | Ar: 1.370 | Brrip

Description: Clive Riordan plans a devilish revenge against his wife’s lover.


3.78GB | 98:24mins | 1480×1080 | mkv


====bluray extra====

A Man About a Film: Richard Dyer on Obsession” 2024 interview

187MB | 34:18mins | 854×480 | mkv | English

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7 Responses to The Hidden Room (1949)

  1. John says:

    Very poor print

  2. Porter Hall says:

    OK, there is a very polite thread of torture in this film, of a character who wakes up chained by the ankle in an abandoned building, hence the hidden room. Some of his dialogue as he tries to figure out what his fate is and how to avoid it does have some Saw desperation and his tormenter torments him indeed. It’s got some black comedy and is very well done, and suspenseful. And Monty is a great dog.

  3. Porter Hall says:

    When I first saw this many years ago, I thought it was like britnoir by way of Saw! I can’t wait to revisit it to remember exactly why and relive the resourceful bravery of a small dog . . .

  4. dmiller says:

    Looks like I’ve struck gold once again. Thanks to your work.

  5. Alexcollector00 says:

    I can’t wait to see this film, I never seen it and I might check out watch it by tonight, I really love it older film black and white is really best way better than new one film nowadays.

  6. Alexcollector00 says:

    Thanks for this so much. I can’t wait get to finally watch it. Please can you upload add special features blood games Playing a Tough Babe – an interview with Laura Albert and Playing Hardbal interview with actor Ken carpenter?

  7. David Swan says:

    Oh this is such an amazing film, a must for any film fan.

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