Dreadful Bazaar (2010) - Watch Online. Directed by Alasdair Beckett-King

Genres Drama     Fantasy     Mystery     Short    
Director    
Writers Alasdair Beckett-King (writer)
Cast            
Country UK
Language English
Runtime 10 min
Plot Dreadful Bazaar is the Gothic tale of a family secret hidden in a dolls' house. Penny Dreadful runs an antiques shop full of exotic mysteries. She is shaken when her poisonous brother Mowbury returns, with the idea of playing family. Unless she can outwit Mowbury, the guilt they share will bind Penny to him forever.... search for Dreadful Bazaar on IMDb

Streaming resources for this Alasdair Beckett-King Drama, Fantasy, Mystery Movie

  • Dreadful Bazaar (2010) - Excerpt on Vimeo

    Dreadful Bazaar (2010) - Excerpt. from Alasdair Beckett-King 3 years ago / via Vimeo Desktop Uploader Not Yet Rated. A short extract from a gothic story of a family secret hidden in a dolls' house (2010). Penny ...

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  • Dreadful Bazaar (2010) - IMDb

    Dreadful Bazaar is the Gothic tale of a family secret hidden in a dolls' house. Penny Dreadful runs an antiques shop full of exotic mysteries.

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2006100/

  • Chris Butler, 2010, Mowbury Dreadful, Dreadful Bazaar, London ...

    Chris Butler Mowbury Dreadful, Dreadful Bazaar, ... 2010: Type: Film (Student) Role: Mowbury Dreadful: Production: Dreadful Bazaar: Company: London Film School: Director: Alasdair beckett-King: Disclaimer: Casting Call Pro credit information is provided by the candidate. All information should ...

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  • Penny Dreadful - World News

    Monday, 13 October 2014. Penny Dreadful. Videos; Video Details; News; Wiki; Images; Filmography; Movie Characters

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