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The Manxman (UK 1929 )

The Manxman tells the story of two childhood friends from the Isle of Man and their romantic love triangle with their landlord’s daughter Kate. This was  Hitchcock’s last silent film and is considered one of the best and most mature works of his early career.(100 mins., Eng. titles, Heb. Sub)

Silent film with live musical accompaniment by Eran Tzur

Screening Schedule: Tel Aviv 3.3.14 | Haifa 18.3.14 | Jerusalem 14.3.14


Pete Quilliam: Carl Brisson
Philip Christian: Malcolm Keen
Kate Cregeen: Anny Ondra
Caesar Cregeen: Randle Ayrton
Mrs. Cregeen: Clare Greet

Production Company: British International Pictures
Photography: Jack Cox
Scenario: Eliot Stannard
Producer: John Maxwell
Adapted from the novel by Hall Caine
Studio: Elstree Studios
Assistant Director: Frank Mills
Art Director: Wilfred Arnold
Editor: Emile De Ruelle 

A restoration by the BFI National Archive in association with STUDIOCANAL

Restoration funding provided by Daniel & Joanna Friel and Ronald T Shedlo

Additional funding provided by Deluxe 142

Full programme and schedule