Before becoming synonymous with the horror genre, Hammer Films had in the 1950s produced a number of noir-inspired crime and suspense films. The Snorkel is one of the finest of these. Penned by Jimmy Sangster (with nods to Alfred Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt) and directed by Guy Green (A Patch of Blue), this elaborate and ingenious thriller pits murderous stepfather (Peter van Eyck) against his young stepdaughter (Mandy Miller) who is convinced he killed her parents, and is determined to prove it - before he makes her his next victim
Before becoming synonymous with the horror genre, Hammer Films had in the 1950s produced a number of noir-inspired crime and suspense films. The Snorkel is one of the finest of these. Penned by Jimmy Sangster (with nods to Alfred Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt) and directed by Guy Green (A Patch of Blue), this elaborate and ingenious thriller pits murderous stepfather (Peter van Eyck) against his young stepdaughter (Mandy Miller) who is convinced he killed her parents, and is determined to prove it - before he makes her his next victim
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Format: Blu-Ray
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Rel. Date: 02/26/2021
UPC: 5060697921274

The Snorkel
Artist: Snorkel
Format: Blu-Ray
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DISC: 1

1. High Definition remaster
2. Original mono audio
3. Audio commentary with film historian Michael Brooke and author Johnny Mains
4. Undercover Killer: Inside `The Snorkel' (2018, 21 mins): an analysis of the film and its production by Hammer expert Jonathan Ri
5. Hammer's Women: Betta St John (2018, 11 mins): film historian Kat Ellinger offers an appreciation of the American actress, singe
6. Original script ending (10 mins): a reconstruction of the final scenes as they appear in Jimmy Sangster's original screenplay
7. Peter Allchorne and Hugh Harlow remember `The Snorkel' (2018, 8 mins): the Hammer production crew regulars recall making the fil

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Before becoming synonymous with the horror genre, Hammer Films had in the 1950s produced a number of noir-inspired crime and suspense films. The Snorkel is one of the finest of these. Penned by Jimmy Sangster (with nods to Alfred Hitchcock's Shadow of a Doubt) and directed by Guy Green (A Patch of Blue), this elaborate and ingenious thriller pits murderous stepfather (Peter van Eyck) against his young stepdaughter (Mandy Miller) who is convinced he killed her parents, and is determined to prove it - before he makes her his next victim