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Jacko comes back from holiday with news that he is getting married to a bingo caller he met on his travels. When she shows up, everybody thinks she's after his money; in fact, Joan knows this girl to be a gold-digger--and already married. She sends the girl packing and the wedding is off. Albert thinks Jacko will jump into the canal, and everybody heads out there to stop him.
103 Views · 2 years ago
An African prince comes to Stalag 13 who is negotiating with the Germans for the rights in his country to build a submarine base and Hogan replaces him with Kinchloe.
97 Views · 1 year ago
Stars: Barbara Stanwyck, Kirk Douglas, Lizabeth Scott, Van Heflin
Director: Lewis Milestone
Writer: Robert Rossen
A predatory female plots to rid herself of a meek husband and silence a former lover who may have witnessed the untimely death of her mean-spirited, but wealthy stepmother.
89 Views · 2 years ago
McGill goes from the Cezanne to the frying pan when he's hired by an estranged daughter to investigate why her dying father refuses to see her. Nothing is as it appears beyond the wrought-iron gates of her family's mansion.
Director: Peter Duffell
Writers: Wilfred Greatorex, Richard Harris, Dennis Spooner
82 Views · 2 years ago
Great Guy (1936) Crime noir full movies, James Cagney stars as an honest inspector for the New York Department of Weights and Measures taking on corrupt businesses and crooked politicians. Not his normal "gangster" movie Jimmy Cagney plays a "great guy" in this classic crime film.
77 Views · 2 years ago
Full Western Movie, Full Length Cowboy Film, English: (1958)
The Bravados (original title), 1h 38min, Drama, Western.
The Bravados is a 1958 American western film (colour by DeLuxe) directed by Henry King, starring Gregory Peck and Joan Collins. The CinemaScope film was based on a novel of the same name, written by Frank O'Rourke.
A man is chasing four outlaws who killed his wife and finds them in a small town's jail but they escape to Mexico.
Director: Henry King
Writers: Philip Yordan (screenplay), Frank O'Rourke (novel)
Stars: Gregory Peck, Joan Collins, Stephen Boyd
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).
To keep Parker from being shipped out, McHale and The Crew try to help the Ensign raise a thousand bucks, to replace a string of pearls - A gift for Binghamton's Wife - That were destroyed as Parker tried to save the Captain from what he thought was an air raid.
McHale's Navy is an American sitcom starring Ernest Borgnine that aired 138 half-hour episodes over four seasons, from October 11, 1962, to April 12, 1966, on the ABC television network.
71 Views · 1 year ago
Stars: Richard Basehart, Scott Brady, Jack Webb
Directors: Alfred L. Werker, Anthony Mann (uncredited)
A cunning psychopath is the subject of the greatest manhunt in LAPD history! The semi-documentary style of this film inspired co-star Jack Webb to create his iconic TV series Dragnet.
67 Views · 2 years ago
British spy John Preston (Michael Caine), recently demoted by his boss for a well-intentioned but unsanctioned mission, stumbles onto a covert plot by KGB agent Valeri Petrofsky (Pierce Brosnan), who is attempting to build and detonate a nuclear bomb on British soil and blame it on the Americans. With the support of the ailing MI5 director, Preston, who is still at odds with several of his superiors, attempts to uncover and thwart the plot before it's too late.
Directed by John Mackenzie
Story by Frederick Forsyth
66 Views · 1 year ago
Mrs Caldicot's Cabbage War is a British comedy-drama film from 2002, directed by Ian Sharp and starring Pauline Collins, John Alderton and Peter Capaldi. It is based on a 1993 novel with the same name by Vernon Coleman.
It is the story about a woman, Thelma Caldicot, who is coerced by her manipulative son Derek and daughter-in-law to move into a run-down nursing home, owned by Derek's employer, after the death of her bullying husband. Derek also gets her to sign over her house to him. However, she doesn't like it at the nursing home and shows her frustration. After having been medicated by the staff to stay calm, she finally incites her fellow inmates to revolt.
64 Views · 2 years ago
Groucho Marx hosts a quiz show which features a series of compe****ive questions and a great deal of humourous conversation.
62 Views · 2 years ago
Boxing Day at Pledge's Purer Pickles. The factory is quite. The last consignment of special gift-wrapped gherkins for Christmas has long gone.
Nellie and Eli find time to spend a few peaceful hours with the family. It is a small family circle these days and the Pledge's are left with Lily and Walter, affectionately known - by Eli at least - as the Christmas Fairy and King Rat. But is it a good idea to hold a séance to try to get in touch with old Joshua Pledge who has been dead these two years? Is Lily really a medium? Can the ghosts of picklers long departed really roam the factory? Is dad trying to get in touch with Nellie from that great pickle factory in the sky?
59 Views · 2 years ago
Walter and Lily, the Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman of Colne, have been together now for 24 years, and their marriage has always seemed, to outsiders, to be one long honeymoon. Nellie and Eli move in as marriage-maker and marriage-breaker when Lily confesses that the relationship is not all it appears.
59 Views · 2 years ago
Dr. Simon Sparrow's (Sir Dirk Bogarde) love life improves dramatically when lovely Delia Mallory (Samantha Eggar) is brought into casualty with a sprained ankle. As a model she's relieved at the diagnosis, and she's as attracted to Sparrow as he is to her.
Meanwhile, Sparrow finds himself treating Sir Lancelot Spratt (James Robertson Justice), who has started sleep-walking. He has also suddenly lost his gruff manner, and is being nice to everyone. Sparrow quickly diagnoses Spratt's condition: he's fallen in love. The object of his affection is Physiotherapist Iris Merchant (Barbara Murray). Sparrow urges him on, but she has another suitor: Major Tommy Ffrench (Donald Houston). Spratt tries to hire a private detective to follow her, but when that doesn't work out, he follows her himself.