Nowhere To Go, directed by Seth Holt (The Nanny and Blood From The Mummy’s Tomb) is a rare, late excursion into film-noir for Ealing Studios, and is scripted by first-time director Holt and critic Ken Tynan. It’s a newly digitally remastered uncut version which has been released on DVD for the first time along with another lost gem.
The other title is Dance Hall from the director of The Lavender Hill Mob and The Titfield Thunderbolt – a romantic melodrama centred round the life and loves of four working-class women who spend their Saturday nights at the Chiswick Palais dancing to the music of Ted Heath ‘s Big Band. Both have been digitally remastered and are out to own on DVD for the first time now.
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The competition closes at 23.59 on February 22nd 2013.