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Chronicles the breakout of the Bismarck during the early days of World War Two. Read More »
Lord Loam has modern ideas about his household Read More »
Charles Byrd, known as “Chick”, has spent his adult life acting in small repertory companies all over the UK, and he’s never had much luck. Read More »
A woman unhappy in her passionless marriage leaves her husband for a younger and more ardent lover. Read More »
In WW1,German intelligence sends a team of saboteurs and a female spy to Scotland to kill Lord Kitchener. Read More »
Rich Sadie Patch is marooned on a desert island after an emergency on her cruise-ship. Read More »
In 1960’s Bristol three lads hang around making nuisances of themselves after losing their motorbike licences. Read More »
Man in the Moon (1960) Basil Dearden, Kenneth More, Shirley Anne Field, Norman Bird, Comedy, Romance
Scientists are looking for a man to send up to be the first man on the moon. Read More »
Loss of Innocence / The Greengage Summer (1961) Lewis Gilbert, Kenneth More, Danielle Darrieux, Susannah York, Comedy, Drama, Romance
When she arrives in the French region of Champagne in the company of her mother, her two sisters and her brother, sixteen-year-old Joss Grey is still just a teen-ager. Read More »
A Tale of Two Cities (1980) Jim Goddard, Chris Sarandon, Peter Cushing, Kenneth More, Drama, History, Romance, War
Dissolute barrister Sydney Carton becomes enchanted and then hopelessly in love with the beautiful Lucie Manette. Read More »
Commander Peter Kent of the Royal Navy and his wife Mary have three children aged from five to eleven. Kent comes home after three years abroad with no idea how to handle the children. When Mary has to fly to Canada, Peter takes his children to his father’s new country home, which turns out to be a windmill. They clash with an American family in the neighbourhood.
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A Night to Remember (1958) Roy Ward Baker, Kenneth More, Ronald Allen, Robert Ayres, Action, Drama, History
On April 14, 1912, just before midnight, the “unsinkable” Titanic struck an iceberg. In less than three hours, it had plunged to the bottom of the sea, taking with it more than 1,500 of its 2,200 passengers. In his unforgettable rendering of Walter Lord’s book of the same name, the acclaimed British director Roy Ward Baker depicts with sensitivity, awe, and a fine sense of tragedy the ship’s last hours. Featuring remarkably restrained performances, A Night to Remember is cinema’s subtlest and best dramatization of this monumental twentieth-century catastrophe.
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North West Frontier (1959) J. Lee Thompson, Kenneth More, Lauren Bacall, Herbert Lom, Adventure, Drama
In northwestern India soon after the turn of the 20th Century, Moslem rebels seek to kill a six-year-old Hindu prince to end his family line. Captain Scott of the British Army is ordered to get the prince out of the region safely. Adventure ensues as Scott sneaks the child away, through Moslem-held territory, by train. Also on board are the boy’s American governess, an arms merchant, a cynical reporter, and two upper class Britons.
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