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    Unique ID Code: 0000150928
    Added by: Stuart McLean
    Added on: 23/9/2012 08:43
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    Das Testament Des Dr. Mabuse (Blu-ray & DVD Steelbook)

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    Certificate: 12
    Running Time: 1 hour and 56 mins
    Retail Price: £17.99
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    Content Type: Movie

    With the etching onto glass of a single word - "MABUSE" - Berlin reawakens into a nightmare. Fritz Lang's electrifying Das Testament des Dr. Mabuse (The Testament of Dr. Mabuse) is the astonishing second instalment in the German master's legendary Mabuse series, a film that puts image and sound into an hypnotic arrangement unlike anything seen or heard in the cinema before - or since.

    It's been eleven years since the downfall of arch-criminal and master-of-disguise Dr. Mabuse (Rudolf Klein-Rogge), now sequestered in an asylum under the watchful eye of one Professor Baum (Oskar Beregi). Mabuse exists in a state of "catatonic graphomania", his only action the irrepressible scribbling of blueprints that would realise a seemingly theoretical "Empire of Crime". But when a series of violent events courses through the city, police and populace alike start asking themselves with increasing panic: "Who is behind all this?!" The answer borders on the realm of the impossible...

    Special Features:
    Feature-length audio commentary by film scholar and Fritz Lang expert David Kalat
    Lavish booklet featuring the words of Fritz Lang, rare archival imagery, and more

    Video Tracks:
    1.19:1 black and white

    Audio Tracks:
    German Language Mono 2.0

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    Directed By:
    Fritz Lang

    Soundtrack By:
    Hans Erdmann
    Walter Sieber (uncredited)

    Director of Photography:
    Karl Vash
    Fritz Arno Wagner

    Conrad von Molo
    Lothar Wolff

    Costume Designer:
    Hans Kothe

    Production Designer:
    Emil Hasler
    Karl Vollbrecht

    Visual Effects:
    Ernst Kunstmann

    Fritz Lang
    Seymour Nebenzal


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