This intriguing wartime thriller adapts Vernon Sylvaine's stage play imagining a Nazi plot to kidnap Winston Churchill – a plotline famously revisited more than three decades later in The Eagle Has Landed. Blending keen suspense and defiant humour in equal measure, Warn That Man sees professional Cockney and box office favourite Gordon Harker starring alongside Canadian-born Raymond Lovell and British film stalwart Finlay Currie. Made in 1943, the film is presented here in a brand-new High Definition transfer from the original elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. At the height of World War II, the Germans discover that a certain British personage is to stay at the country house of Lord Buckley. They devise a plan whereby they will kidnap the real Lord Buckley, and send to England an actor who will masquerade, lie in wait for the visitor with a number of gunmen, and take him back to Germany... Special Feature: Original Theatrical Programme PDF
Deep in the heart of the Caplock Mountains of Nevada a frightening new horror is preying on settlers and prospectors alike. When the entire crew of a mining outfit is found torn to pieces, the US Cavalry is sent to investigate under the command of General Sherman, the famous Civil War tactician. He immediately recruits his former army scouts turned cowpunchers, Durken and McFee, to help ferret out this new threat to frontier settlements. Soon the two cantankerous saddle-mates find themselves caught up between government agents and frightened Indian tribes who warn of an ancient evil returned to plague the white invaders; warriors capable of transforming themselves into beasts! Once again Fred Adams Jr. delivers a gripping weird western that combines the best elements of both western and horror genres to deliver a non-stop action-adventure that will have pulp fans listening eagerly. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Christopher Newton. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/067303/bk_acx0_067303_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Meeting a dark Elf was unexpected. Kuro offered unconditional servitude in exchange for being saved, and Gothy was determined to make the most of it.Kuro had a single request: to warn the Queen that the King had broken their pact. Alvin agreed to take her to her world to report, wondering if it would be as easy as it sounded. Meanwhile, Kuro held up her end of the bargain, doing everything Gothy asked of her.Driving through the Svargax Gate, what they saw before them was not what any of them expected: two armies at war with each other, one composed of the dark Queen’s Elves, the other of the light King’s Elves.Feeling his simple plan go out the window, Alvin decided to find out if the King’s Elves could be reasoned with. Realizing it would be more difficult than he thought, Alvin wondered if he could reach some sort of accord with either side.Disclaimer: This book contains adult situations, in all their horror and glory, including but not limited to: sex, abuse, drug use, and murder. It also contains graphic sex scenes, which portray elements of BDSM and harem. You’ve been warned. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tess Irondale. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/157145/bk_acx0_157145_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.