The Tenth Man

(1936)
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George Winter, a self-made businessman and MP, lets nothing get in the way of his climb to the top. Certain in his belief in the corruptible and foolish nature of others, whenever Winter meets a competitor who can't be bought, he destroys the man through methods both legal and underhanded. Then, he meets his 'tenth man': a victim who refuses to be silenced by threat or bribery, with the power to bring Winter's house of cards crashing down around him.

  1. Brian Desmond Hurst

    Director

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  1. John Lodge

    John Lodge

    George Winter

  2. Antoinette Cellier

    Catherine Winter

  3. Athole Stewart

    Lord Etchingham

  4. Clifford Evans

    Clifford Evans

    Ford

  5. Iris Hoey

    Iris Hoey

    Lady Etchingham

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  • August 12, 1936
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 8m

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