JACK THE RIPPER MOVIE, VIDEOS & FILMS

JACK THE RIPPER INTRODUCTION MOVIE

This brief Jack the Ripper movie is the introduction to our Jack the Ripper drama/documentary Unmasking Jack the Ripper.

Narrated by Richard Jones, it features interviews with leading Ripperologists Paul Begg and Lindsay Siviter, plus an appearance by the wonderful Zena Shine who actually grew up in the streets where the murders occurred.

FILM OF THE PETTICOAT LANE MARKET IN 1903

This truly evocative black and white film shows the Petticoat Lane Street market in 1903. It really does capture the flavour of the area in the early 20th century and, since it is only fourteen years after the Jack the Ripper murders, this rare black and white movie footage gives a real insight into a bygone East End.


A MOVIE FILMED AT 29 HANBURY STREET

In his 1960's film The London Nobody Knows legendary Hollywood actor James Mason actually went inside 29 Hanbury Street in the backyard of which Annie Chapman was murdered on 8th September 1888.

The house itself was demolished in the late 1960's and thus this rare film footage gives us a rare glimpse of a, now disappeared, Jack the Ripper murder site.

THE THOMAS CUTBUSH FILES - VIDEOS

Thomas Cutbush was a leading contemporary Jack the Ripper suspect. Confined to Broadmoor asylum his files remained closed for a hundred years before being opened to the public in November 2008.

The first members of the public to view the newly opened files were Paul Begg and Richard Jones, and in this series of Jack the Ripper videos the two of them discuss what the files reveal about Thomas Cutbush.





JACK THE RIPPER VIDEO
THE NEMESIS OF NEGLECT

Using a series of Victorian black and white photographs and the words of Yiddish actor Jacob Adler this one of our Jack the Ripper Videos takes you on a journey around the East End of London in 1888.