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Scott Of The Antarctic

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Scott Of The Antarctic
(1948) [G]


John Mills stars as Commander Scott, the leader of the ill-fated and famed 1911 expedition to be the first to discover the South Pole. The British were up against the Norwegians in the Arctic quest for fame and honor which was won by Norway.  More


 
Porridge: Series 1

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Porridge: Series 1
(1974) [PG]


'Porridge’ is slang for a jail sentence, and habitual offender Norman Stanley Fletcher (Barker) is doing five years. Six episodes of cynicism, self-preservation and bare-faced cheek as Fletcher takes on the Slade prision system. New Faces, Old Hands "Twenty-three and you want to go...  More


 
Tommy

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Tommy
(1975) [M]


Ken Russell's flamboyant treatment of the Who's rock opera about a deaf, dumb and blind boy who develops an extraordinary ability at pinball. Under his sinister stepfather's influence, he achieves fame and a cult following, but his almost messianic status also spells the beginning of his...  More


 
Monty Python: And Now For Something Completely Different

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Monty Python: And Now For Something Completely Different
(1971) [PG]


England was such a proper place - until the day the Python arrived. Monty Python, that is, a Flying Circus that slithered up the funnybone of an entire nation and gave it fits of laughter. Here's Monty Python's first feature film - a hilarious collection of their very best twits, skits and bits...  More


 
Open All Hours : Series 1, Disc 1

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Open All Hours : Series 1, Disc 1
(1976) [PG]


Ronnie Barker stars as Arkwright, the stuttering grocer, in the first series of this cornershop comedy. Arkwright's urge to take money from his customers by fair means or foul is second only to his need to prevent Granville, his nephew, from discovering a world beyond the clang of the shop...  More


 
The Titfield Thunderbolt

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The Titfield Thunderbolt
(1952) [G]


Director Charles Crichton and writer Tibby Clarke teamed up again for the first Ealing comedy to be produced in Technicolor. When an antiquated railway line is threatened with closure, the villagers decide to run it themselves and enter into frenzied competition with the local bus route, with...  More


 
The Servant

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The Servant
(1963) [M]


The Servent takes a sharp look at British class relations via a dramatic turning of the tables between a rich ineffectual Oxbridge bachelor (James Fox) who is gradually debased and overruled by his sinister manservant (Dirk Bogarde) and his sexy sister(Sarah Miles). Bogarde's servant slowly...  More


 
The Wooden Horse

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The Wooden Horse
(1950) [G]


In a POW camp, the Nazis have placed the huts far from the boundary so that any escape tunnel would have to be a long one. One British officer has the idea of starting a daily gynmastics routine using a vaulting horse: they can place it near the boundary and start a tunnel from under it. He and...  More


 
The Colditz Story

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The Colditz Story
(1954) [G]


One German maximum security prison was more famous than any other during World War II - Colditz Castle in Saxony. Although Colditz was considered escape proof, its boundaries were challenged many times by Allied prisoners of war with fatal results. On 15 October 1942, a group of British...  More


 
A Kind Of Loving

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A Kind Of Loving
(1962) [M]


The legendary John Schlesinger (Yanks, Marathon Man, Midnight Cowboy) made his feature film directorial debut with this bittersweet and beautifully acted drama about a young draughtsman, Vic Brown (Alan Bates), whose life comes apart at the seams when he begins a relationship with typist Ingrid...  More


 
Entertaining Mr Sloane

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Entertaining Mr Sloane
(1969) [M]


Featuring two of Britain's best character actors, the late Beryl Reid and the late Harry Andrews, this scintillating black comedy is based on Joe Orton's wonderful play of the same name. Reid is marvellous as aging nymphomaniac Kath and Harry Andrews provides a superb foil as her rogue brother...  More


 
Billy Liar

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Billy Liar
(1963) [PG]


Tom Courtenay stars as Billy Fisher, an ambitious but ultimately lazy young man with a dreary life who spends most of his time daydreaming about a land where he is a hero. A number of minor indiscretions causes Billy to lie in order to avoid the penalties. As these events start catching up with...  More


 
Hobson's Choice

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Hobson's Choice
(1954) [G]


The brilliant, touching and delightful working-class comedy from David Lean, Oscar nominated Director of 'Doctor Zhivago' (1965) and 'A Passage To India' (1984). Charles Laughton is the drunken tyrannical Lancashire Bootmaker brought to heel by his tough eldest daughter and her simple-minded...  More


 
Murder Most Foul

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Murder Most Foul
(1964) [G]


After hearing all the evidence as a juror at the trial of a man charged with a murder set within a theatrical troupe, Miss Marple (Margaret Rutherford) is not convinced that the police have got the killer. As the only member of a jury who has faith in the defendant's innocence, she joins the...  More


 
Dr Who: The Tomb Of Cybermen

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Dr Who: The Tomb Of Cybermen
(1967) [G]


The once-feared Cybermen have disappeared from the Universe without trace. An expedition form Earth arrives on Telos--homeworld of the Cybermen--to try and discover exactly what has become of the silver giants. Soon after the Doctor, Jamie and Victoria join the archaeological party, the first...  More


 
Expresso Bongo

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Expresso Bongo
(1959) [PG]


Adapted from the hit stage show, Expresso Bongo perfectly captures the essence of the late '50s London coffee bar scene – cool cats, hip chicks and Cappucino daddio! Cliff Richard makes his full debut in a film that bristles with energy, wit, vitality and g-r-e-a-t music. The background and...  More


 
The Tragedy of Macbeth

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The Tragedy of Macbeth
(1971) [PG]


Roman Polanski's version of Shakespeare's tragedy about a Scottish lord who murders the king and ascends the throne. His wife then begins hallucinating as a result of her guilt and the dead king's son conspires to attack MacBeth and expose him for the murderer he is.  More


 
The Importance Of Being Earnest (1952)

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The Importance Of Being Earnest (1952)
(1952) [G]


This star-studded version of Oscar Wilde's classic comedy is full of charm and remains the definitive version of his work. Jack Worthing (Michael Redgrave) and Algernon Moncrieff (Michael Denison) are two wealthy bachelors in love. Jack is in love with Gwendelon Fairfax (Joan Greenwood) and...  More


 
The Purple Plain

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The Purple Plain
(1954) [PG]


Set during the Burma Campaign, Peck stars as a pilot whose life has already been shattered by the loss of his wife during an air raid on London. Shot down after a dogfight with a Japanese fighter, he finds himself marooned in the Burmese jungle with a badly-injured navigator and a traumatised...  More


 
Whistle Down The Wind

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Whistle Down The Wind
(1961) [G]


Bryan Forbes' enchanting film, based on the novel by Mary Hayley Bell, is a family classic. Three children (Hayely Mills, Diane Holgate and Alan Barnes) living on their widowed father's farm in the north of England discover a wanted man (Alan Bates) hiding out in a barn. They come to the...  More


 
Henry V

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Henry V
(1944) [G]


Based on one the most popular historical plays by Shakespeare and made in order to boost moral of British troops during WW2, this movie is about English king Henry V and his military campaign in France in 1415., this movie is about English king Henry V and his military campaign in France in 1415.  More


 
Room At The Top

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Room At The Top
(1959) [M]


Joe Lampton (Laurence Harvey) arrives in a new town with burning ambitions and a head full of dreams. He may be just a lowly town hall clerk, but with his charm and good looks, he's determined to "marry into money" and set himself up for life. The ground-breaking Room At The Top won two Oscars...  More


 
Goodbye Mr Chips

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Goodbye Mr Chips
(1939) [G]


An old classics teacher looks back over his long career, remembering pupils and colleagues, and above all the idyllic courtship and marriage that transformed his life. Beloved classic based on the novel by James Hilton.  More


 
The Mouse That Roared

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The Mouse That Roared
(1959) [PG]


In this classic satire, the Duchess and the Prime Minister of the tiny Duchy of Grand Fenwick (both played by Peter Sellers) have come up with a brilliant plan to keep their country from going broke - make war on the United States, lose, then collect lots of American post-war aid. The only...  More


 
The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp

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The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp
(1943) [G]


In the Powell and Pressburger classic The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp, Roger Livesey brilliantly portrays British officer Clive Candy, through the trials and tribulations of three wars, three loves and a lifelong friendship across enemy lines. During the Boer War, Candy is sent to Berlin to...  More


 
The African Queen

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The African Queen
(1951) [G]


Adapted from a novel by C.S. Forester, The African Queen stars Humphrey Bogart in his Oscar-winning portrayal of Charlie Aunt - the slovenly, gin-swilling captain of a tramp steamer called The African Queen, which ships supplies to small East African villages during World War I. Katharine Hepburn...  More


 
Hamlet (1948)

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Hamlet (1948)
(1948) [G]


William Shakespeare's tragic tale of murder and revenge in the royal halls of medieval Denmark. Claudius, brother to the King, conniving with the Queen, poisons the monarch and seizes the throne, taking the widowed Gertrude for his bride. Hamlet, son of the murdered King, mourning his father's...  More


 
Jabberwocky

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Jabberwocky
(1977) [PG]


Gadzooks! These be terrible times in the kingdom of Bruno the Questionable! At the darkest hour of the Dark Ages, the dreaded Jabberwock roams the land. His eyes aflame, his talons bared - a bone-crushing horror! Which brave knight shall slay the beast and save the kingdom? Who shall win the hand...  More


 
The Man Who Fell To Earth

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The Man Who Fell To Earth
(1976) [R]


In Nicolas Roeg's sci-fi tale based on the novel by Walter Tevis, a humanoid alien from a dried-up husk of a planet falls to Earth in a spaceship--and later falls again metaphorically through alcohol abuse and the manipulations of a hostile culture. Arriving as a secret ambassador from a dying...  More


 
This Happy Breed

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This Happy Breed
(1944) [G]


'This Happy Breed' is a splendidly acted classic portraying how an ordinary British family lived between the wars. Just after WWI the Gibbons family moves to a nice house in the suburbs. The inhabitants of 17 Sycamore Road are ordinary people, with their irritable in-laws, their just-plain-folks...  More


 
 
 

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