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Classic Movies

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The Early Bird (1965)
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A lone British milkman (Norman Wisdom) protects his boss's (Edward Chapman) tiny business from a dairy tycoon's (Jerry Desmonde) conglomerate.

Up in the World (1956)
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Up in the World is a 1956 black and white comedy film directed by John Paddy Carstairs and starring Norman Wisdom, Maureen Swanson and Jerry Desmonde.

A friendly window cleaner on an estate in the English countryside suffers the pranks of his employer's son, only to get the blame when there is an attempt to kidnap the aristocratic young upstart.

The Gentle Trap (1960)
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Gentle Trap

A 1960 Butchers production about safe cracker Johnny Ryan (Spencer Teakle) who after robbing a jewellers, is himself robbed by a rival gang headed by Ricky Barnes(Martin Benson). Barnes has also pinched Ryan's girlfriend and she in turn has set Ryan up.

However, Ricky's dumb henchmen miss the diamonds on Ryan. With this £60,000 booty, he acquires some refuge at a nightclub in the company of two sisters; the kindly Jean (Felicity Young) and deceitful Mary (Dorinda Stevens).

State Secret (1950)
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State Secret is a 1950 British drama film directed by Sidney Gilliat.
A special "Vosnian" language was devised for the film by Georgina Shield, a teacher at the London School of Languages, combining Latin and Slavic.

Dangerous Afternoon  (1961)
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Dangerous Afternoon is a 1961 British crime film directed by Charles Saunders and starring Ruth Dunning.

The Old Dark House (1963)
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An American who sells cars in England receives a mysterious invitation from an old, eccentric millionaire to visit his house in which he lives with his twin brother.

Idol on Parade (1959)
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Just as rock 'n' roller Jeep Jackson (Anthony Newley) reaches the top of the British music charts, the newly crowned teen idol is drafted by the British army and forced to abandon his career and begin a two-year stint in uniform.

When Jackson's scheming agent, Herbie (Sidney James), spirits the singer away from the barracks for an unauthorized recording session, the out-of-place superstar runs afoul of his ruthless superior, Sgt. Lush (William Bendix).

Cottage to Let (1941)
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A 1941 British spy thriller film directed by Anthony Asquith starring Leslie Banks, Alastair Sim and John Mills. Filmed during the Second World War and set in Scotland during the war, its plot concerns Nazi spies trying to kidnap an inventor.

The Wrong Box  (1966)
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The Wrong Box is a 1966 British comedy film produced and directed by Bryan Forbes from a screenplay by Larry Gelbart and Burt Shevelove, based on the 1889 novel 'The Wrong Box' by Robert Louis Stevenson and Lloyd Osbourne.

Assignment Paris (1952)
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Cold war intrigue in France and Hungary. Paris-based reporter Jimmy Race (Andrews) is sent by his boss (Sanders) behind the Iron Curtain in Budapest to investigate a meeting involving the Hungarian ambassador. While on assignment, Race is framed for espionage.

The Clouded Yellow (1950 )
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⁣An ex-spy (Trevor Howard) helps a girl (Jean Simmons) framed for murder flee across the Lake District, followed by Scotland Yard.

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