Exclusive Preview: The Edgar Wallace Mystery ‘Dead Man’s Chest’ 18Jan2013


We are thrilled to offer you a glimpse at the future of Network – or rather, Network’s new website!

Currently in the development stage for the shop is the On Demand section, which will allow you to rent or download films and TV episodes.  As part of the test phase, we will be making exclusive previews available to watch on the site over the coming weeks and months.  Future newsletters will link to the latest content, but check back on the site as well to see them the moment they become available.

The first available preview is the full-length Edgar Wallace Mystery feature DEAD MAN’S CHEST from 1965, starring John Thaw, Ann Firbank, John Meillon, Peter Bowles and John Abineri, as featured on THE EDGAR WALLACE MYSTERIES VOL.7.  The feature will be available to watch until Sunday 20th January.

Please follow this link to the Product Page to find the option to view the Exclusive Preview.


Synopsis: It all began as a hoax, a stunt, a trick on the part of two cynical young journalists to spite society and thwart the Establishment. The idea was to expose the frailty of circumstantial evidence, and they planned to fake a murder. But the plan went disastrously wrong…

Please note:  The films available to stream have been prepared solely for use as previews.  They do not represent the final quality of product that will be available in the future via the completed On Demand section of the site.

If you have any comments or queries about these previews, please use the Contact Page or email us directly at testing@networkdistributing.com. We welcome all feedback about your experience of the website.


  1. A.R.Gleason Reply

    Re ‘Exclusive Preview – Dead Man’s Chest’

    Sorry – follow what link to what contents page for exclusive preview?
    I can’t make any sense of this at all
    Please help

    Yours Sincerely


  2. Steve Sullivan Reply

    I would be interested in buying the complete series of Merton Park Edgar Wallace shorts on BLU RAY, and the incidental music soundtrack on CD – is there a market for these? Is the music available?

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