Philip Ransome, a northern English boy about 10 years old, has been mute since age 3 and spends his days roaming the moors alone. Read More »
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An attractive young girl has the power to stop all kinds of machinery. Read More »
Wally King, with his family and stockmen, drive livestock over hundreds of kilometres of dry country Read More »
The Delavine Affair is a jewel robbery orchestrated by a particularly vicious criminal gang. Read More »
Pink String and Sealing Wax (1945) Robert Hamer, Mervyn Johns, Mary Merrall, Gordon Jackson, Drama, Thriller
In Victorian Brighton a scheming pub landlady befriends an innocent chemist’s assistant in order to get hold of poison to do away with her boozy husband.
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Millions Like Us (1943) Sidney Gilliat, Frank Launder, Patricia Roc, Gordon Jackson, Anne Crawford, Drama, War
Categorised as a British World War II propaganda film this less known example is a superb work of morale-boosting films from mid World War 2. Read More »
The Price of Silence (1959) Montgomery Tully, Gordon Jackson, June Thorburn, Maya Koumani, Crime, Drama
Roger Fenton has been released from prison and stared to build a new life. But his past catches up when an elderly visitor is murdered in his office.
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