Jack Cox


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Lady Vanishes, The (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Third Rate Country Their train stuck in fictional Alpine Vandreka, English Caldicott and Charters (Naunton Wayne, Basil Radford) griping, the innkeeper (Emile Boreo) managing single gals Googie Withers, Sally Stewart and Margaret Lockwood, as bride-to-be Iris, opening Alfred Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes, 1938.
Lady Vanishes, The (1938) -- (Movie Clip) What's Happening To England Bothered cricket fans Caldicott and Charters (Naunton Wayne, Basil Radford) hijack the phone, then meet fellow stranded traveler Dame May Whitty, who will become the central character, in Alfred Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes, 1938, also starring Michael Redgrave and Margaret Lockwood.
Lady Vanishes, The (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Tooth For A Toothbrush Soon-to-be-married traveler Iris (Margaret Lockwood), snowed-in at an Alpine chalet, discovers, in the person of Gilbert (Michael Redgrave, his first scene), the consequences of complaining about the noise upstairs, early in Alfred Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes, 1938.
Lady Vanishes, The (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Rhymes With Joy Recently knocked on the head by a falling flower box, Iris, (Margaret Lockwood) with her new traveling companion Miss Froy (Dame May Whitty), both having caught the train after being stuck at a hotel in the Alps, a famous sequence from Alfred Hitchcock's The Lady Vanishes, 1938.
Ring, The (1927) -- (Movie Clip) One Round Jack Opening sequences, brilliance from Alfred Hitchcock guiding his then-novice cameraman Jack Cox, some repugnant carnival events, and the introduction of the three principals, Lillian Hall-Davis, Ian Hunter, and Carl Brisson as “One-Round Jack,” from the silent boxing drama The Ring, 1927.
Ring, The (1927) -- (Movie Clip) Jack's Met His Man With crafty shooting by director Alfred Hitchcock, Ian Hunter as Bob, gentleman challenger, agrees to take on boxer “One-Round” Jack (Carl Brisson), the main carnival attraction, who’s clobbered all comers, mainly due to interest in his ticket-taker girlfriend, (Lillian Hall-Davis), early in The Ring, 1927.
Ring, The (1927) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Take My Revenge Sort of in good fun, at the wedding party for his sparring partner Jack (Carl Brisson) and wife (Lillian Hall-Davis), romantic rival and affluent boxer Bob (Ian Hunter) acts jovial, director Alfred Hitchcock playng tensions, Gordon Harker the inebriated trainer, in The Ring, 1927.
Ring, The (1927) -- (Movie Clip) I Thought You Said You'd Fight For Her Alfred Hitchcock with an advanced sequence from his boxing melodrama, challenger Jack (Carl Brisson) boils as his wife Mabel (Lillian Hall-Davis) enjoys a dance party with charming champ Bob (Ian Hunter), in The Ring, 1927.
Wicked Lady, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Pleasure On The Highway The real "Highwayman" Jerry Jackson (James Mason) brings his impersonator Barbara (Margaret Lockwood) into a criminal's pub in a torrid scene from The Wicked Lady 1945.
Wicked Lady, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) To The Bridal Chamber! Barbara (Margaret Lockwood) gets married to hapless Ralph (Griffith Jones) and is immediately drawn to the mysterious Locksby (Michael Rennie) in the British period-romance-caper The Wicked Lady, 1945.
Wicked Lady, The (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Got Highwayman's Cramp? The real "Captain Jerry Jackson" (James Mason) catches his female impersonator Barbara (Margaret Lockwood) robbing Lady Kingsclere (Enid Stamp Taylor) and fellow travelers in The Wicked Lady, 1945.
Murder! (1930) -- (Movie Clip) About Three Doors Down Opening scenes, director Alfred Hitchcock in one of his earliest sound films, conveying the sense of not only an artist but also, perhaps, a comedian, at work, in Murder!, 1930, Diana Baring the apparent culprit.