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The police are investigating the suspicious death of a mine owner when they stumble upon a strange Nazi plot to invade England.
Stars: David Farrar, Dennis Price & Pamela Stirling.
Director: John Harlow.
Hyacinth plans a super-special event, desperate to keep up with the Barker-Finches who have had a local celebrity at their barbecue. However, despite a faultless strategy, events do not turn out quite as she planned.
Norman Truscott is a store worker who dreams of stardom. Vernon Carew is a singer who's star is fading. Vernon manages to get a recording of Norman singing and passes it off as himself.
Kind hearted to a fault, a soft touch, always ready to give a helping hand, being a good neighbour gets him into lots of scrapes, but that's fine with him.
Gary Cooper, Ann Sheridan star in this family film.
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Murder mystery drama starring Nigel Patrick and Yvonne Mitchell. The murder of a young woman in London exposes deep racial tensions and prejudices inherent in the area.
Studio: The Rank Organisation
Director: Basil Dearden
Writer: Janet Green
Cast: Nigel Patrick, Yvonne Mitchell
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The boys are looking forward to their first leave, and an opportunity to get out of the camp at last. A dance at the local village hall beckons.
After filing a divorce, Irene moves to Paris, where she falls in love with Paul. But, with Irene's jealous husband, Bruce, pursuing to get her back to New York, will Paul and Irene ever unite?
Bill O'Brien is a New York con man in search of a suitable gullible person to make some money on. In a fancy nightclub he finds Charles Engle, a man ridden by guilt and on the brink of committing suicide after embezzling a large sum of money that he has spent on his high-maintenance wife.
Charles has the appearance of a common hillbilly from out of town visiting the city and Bill decides to scam him for his money. Bill is unaware that the desperate Charles only has until 6 am to pay back the money he has embezzled before the crime is discovered.
One of the showgirls at the club, Nina Barona, is persuaded by Bill to help trick Charles into entering a poker game to win back the money. The game is arranged by a gangster named Dutch Enright.
C Flight are initially put out when their regular routine is changed; but as it's in favour of some real training - both with guns on the ground, and on a real air flight - they quickly change their minds. Corporal Marsh, however, is far less keen with the latter endeavour.
3 Views · 12 months ago
Filmed on location in pre-revolutionary Havana, this spicy thriller focuses on casino croupier Ned Sherwood, who gets in trouble with the law - and with the criminals, too - after a mystery woman passes him some counterfeit Cuban pesos...
3 Views · 12 months ago
Groucho Marx hosts a quiz show which features a series of compe****ive questions and a great deal of humourous conversation.
Hyacinth surprises Richard with a pair of skis for a birthday present, a gift that he's not particularly thrilled about, but that ends up being only the start of a series of problems.
Marsh hatches a cunning plan to ensure C Flight graduate top of their intake, ensuring him his long-desired third stripe and a promotion to the rank of Sergeant.
The film begins with the purchase of a house in Glasgow by an upper middle-class Victorian family....
Their eldest daughter Madeleine claims the basement bedroom so she will have easy access to the servants' entrance and be able to entertain her lover, Frenchman Emile L'Angelier, without her family's knowledge.
The film dramatises events leading up to the 1857 trial of an otherwise-respectable young woman, Madeleine Smith (Ann Todd) for the murder of her draper's-assistant lover, Emile L'Angelier (Ivan Desny).
The trial produced the uniquely Scottish verdict of "not proven", which left Madeleine a free woman.
Ann Todd as Madeleine Smith
Norman Wooland as William Minnoch
Ivan Desny as Emile L'Angelier
Leslie Banks as James Smith
Barbara Everest as Mrs. Smith
Susan Stranks as Janet Smith
Patricia Raine as Bessie Smith
Elizabeth Sellars as Christina Hackett
Edward Chapman as Dr. Thompson
Jean Cadell as Mrs. Jenkins
Eugene Deckers as Thuau
André Morell as Defending Counsel
Barry Jones as Prosecuting Counsel
Ivor Barnard as Mr. Murdoch
David Horne as Lord Justice-Clerk
Henry Edwards as Clerk of the Court
Amy Veness as Miss Aiken
Kynaston Reeves as Dr. Penny
Cameron Hall as Dr. Yeoman
1 Views · 1 year ago
Lilley's principles are fast getting in the way of smooth relations amongst C Flight, before Marsh nails his boots to the floor.
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Loretta Young Melvyn Douglas
He Stayed for Breakfast is a 1940 romantic comedy film starring Loretta Young and Melvyn Douglas and directed by Alexander Hall. A Communist working in Paris attempts to assassinate a banker, then hides out in the apartment of the banker's estranged wife.