Jamaica Inn (October 13, 1939)
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Released on October 13, 1939: A young orphan living with her aunt and uncle, who own the Jamaica Inn, discovers that her uncle is the head of a band of shipwreckers and bandits.
Directed by Alfred Hitchcock
Written by Sidney Gilliat, Alma Reville, J.B. Priestley and Joan Harrison from a novel by Daphne Du Maurier.
The Actors: Charles Laughton, (Sir Humphrey Pengallan), Horace Hodges (the butler), Hay Petrie (the groom), Maureen O'Hara (Mary, his niece), Frederick Piper (the agent), Herbert Lomas (tenant), Clare Greet (tenant), William Devlin (tenant), Jeanne De Casalis (his friend), Mabel Terry-Lewis (his friend), A. Bromley Davenport (his friend), George Curzon (his friend), Basil Radford (his friend), Leslie Banks (Joss Merlyn), Marie Ney (Patience, his wife), Emlyn Williams (Harry the pedlar), Wylie Watson (Salvation Watson), Morland Graham (Sea Lawyer Sidney), Edwin Greenwood (Dandy), Mervyn Johns (Thomas), Stephen Haggard (the boy), Robert Newton (Jem Treheame), Robert Adair (Captain Murray), Marie Ault (coach passenger), O.B. Clarence (coach passenger), William Fazan (bit part), Archie Harradine (bit part), Mary Jerrold (Miss Black), Harry Lane (bit part), Sam Lee (bit part), Alan Lewis (bit part), John Longden (Captain Johnson), Aubrey Mather (coachmen), Philip Ray (bit part), A. George Smith (bit part).