Dead Of Night (1945) - So It Isn't A Dream This Time?
Basil Dearden directs this opening bit, as architect Craig (Mervyn Johns), greeted by Foley (Roland Culver) meets Mary Merrall, Googie Withers, Frederick Valk, Antony Baird and Sally Ann Howes, mystery already, in the Ealing Studios light-horror anthology Dead Of Night, 1945.
Dead of Night (1945) - Maxwell Frere
Twisted ventriloquist Maxwell Frere (Michael Redgrave) has a climactic conversation with his dummy Hugo, observed by psychologist Sylvester Kee (Hartley Power) in "The Ventriloquist's Dummy" from the spooky English anthology Dead of Night, 1945.
Dead of Night (1945) - The Haunted Mirror
Joan (Googie Withers) learns from Rutherford (Esme Percy) of the history of the mirror that terrifies her husband in "The Haunted Mirror" from the anthology Dead of Night, 1945.
Dead of Night (1945) - The Golfing Story
George (Basil Radford) must stay within six feet of a ghost (Naunton Wayne) on his wedding night in "The Golfing Story" from the anthology Dead of Night, 1945.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- Dead Of Night (1945)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces Dead Of Night, 1945.
Robert Osborne Intro -- Dead Of Night (1945)
Robert Osborne introduces Dead Of Night, 1945.
Dead of Night (1945) - The Christmas Party
Sally (Sally Ann Howes) slips away from precocious Jimmy (Michael Allan) then discovers a frightened youth in The Christmas Party segment, directed by (Alberto) Cavalcanti, story by Angus MacPhail, from Dead of Night, 1945.