Eliot Stannard


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Downhill (1927) -- (Movie Clip) Underground To Anywhere Roddy (Ivor Novello), having taken the blame for his less-wealthy school pal for getting a local waitress pregnant, has now been rejected by his father, and falls on hard times, taking work on the stage, where Ian Hunter and Isabel Jeans are stars, in Alfred Hitchcock’s Downhill, 1927.
Downhill (1927) -- (Movie Clip) The World Of Youth Director Alfred Hitchcock opens with rugby at an exclusive public school, Ivor Novello as star Roddy, from a play he co-wrote, Norman McKinnel his aristrocat father, in Downhill, 1927.
Downhill (1927) -- (Movie Clip) Ye Olde Bunne Shoppe Top student-athlete Roddy (Ivor Novello) and best school pal Tim (Robin Irvine) have both been teased into a visit by local waitress Mabel (Annette Benson), her evil intentions not yet revealed, early in director Alfred Hitchcock’s Downhill, 1927.
Lodger, The (1926) -- (Movie Clip) Tonight, Golden Curls Opening sequences in what is often described as the first true Alfred Hitchcock film, no credited actors appearing here, with a 1999 score composed by Ashley Irwin, from a Jack-The-Ripper inspired novel by Marie Belloc Lowndes, in The Lodger, 1926.
Lodger, The (1926) -- (Movie Clip) Room To Let At the relatively Bunting home, mother and dad (Marie Ault, Arthur Chesney) with daughter Daisy (actress credited as "June") and suitor (Malcolm Keen), not thinking too much about local murders when the title character (Ivor Novello) appears, early in Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger, 1926.
Lodger, The (1926) -- (Movie Clip) The Avenger Big Ben looming, police deploying, and landlady Mrs. Bunting (Marie Ault) beginnng to wonder whether her queer tenant (Ivor Novello) could be the murderer all London is hunting, the second killing now underway, in Alfred Hitchcock's The Lodger, 1926.