Mary (1931 film)
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|Directed by||Alfred Hitchcock|
|Written by||Clemence Dane
Helen de Guerry Simpson
Georg C. Klaren
|Cinematography||Jack E. Cox|
|Distributed by||British International Pictures (UK)
Mary (1931) is a UK-German co-production film, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, and is the German language version of Hitchcock's Murder! (1930), shot simultaneously on the same sets with German actors. The film is based on the play Enter Sir John by Clemence Dane and Helen Simpson, and stars Alfred Abel and Olga Tschechowa.
- Alfred Abel as Sir John Menier
- Olga Tschechowa as Mary
- Paul Graetz as Bobby Brown
- Hermine Sterler as Miss Miller
- Ekkehard Arendt as Handel Fane
Mary was long thought to have been lost and was not legally available on any video format until 21 April 2006, when the film was released as a bonus feature on a German DVD release of Murder! Two months later, on 20 June 2006, it was also released on a French DVD of Hitchcock's Jamaica Inn.
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