|The Long Ships 1964 N/R, 124 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Action
Director: Jack Cardiff
Cast: Richard Widmark, Sidney Poitier, Russ Tamblyn, Rosanna Schiaffino, Oskar Homolka, Colin Blakely, Lionel Jeffries, Edward Judd, Beba Loncar, Clifford Evans, Gordon Jackson, David Lodge, Jeanne Moody, Henry Oscar, Paul Stassino
Viking leader Rolfe (Richard Widmark) steals King Harald's (Clifford Evans) funeral ship and kidnaps Harald's daughter Gerda (Beba Loncar) as his means of searching for the valuable golden bell called "The Mother of Voices." Rolfe sails to the Moorish coast with his brother Orm (Russ Tamblyn), but he is not alone in the quest. The Prince of the Moors, Aly Mansuh (Sidney Poitier), is also racing to find the golden bell, and confrontations ensue.
|Some Girls Do 1969 G, 88 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Comedy
Director: Ralph Thomas
Cast: Richard Johnson, Daliah Lavi, Beba Loncar, James Villiers, Robert Morley, Maurice Denham, Sydne Rome, Florence Desmond, Ronnie Stevens, Virginia North, Adrienne Posta, Nicholas Phipps, George Belbin, Yutte Stensgaard, Vanessa Howard
This was the second attempt to revive the old Bulldog Drummond series about British agent Hugh Drummond (Richard Johnson). The story revolves around possible espionage involving Britain's new supersonic airliner and the plot of the evil Carl Peterson (James Villiers) who uses robots to sabotage the project.
|Sunday Lovers 1980 R, 127 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Various Directors
Cast: Roger Moore, Lino Ventura, Ugo Tognazzi, Gene Wilder, Lynn Redgrave, Kathleen Quinlan, Priscilla Barnes, Denholm Elliott, Rossana Podesta, Robert Webber, Catherine Salviat, Liu Bosisio, Beba Loncar, Milena Vukotic, Michele Montel
Four short stories set in four separate countries–England, USA, France, and Italy–relate the sexual exploits of four middle-aged men in this film. Directors: Bryan Forbes, Edouard Molinaro, Dino Risi, and Gene Wilder.
|1. The Long Ships (1964)|
2. Some Girls Do (1969)
3. Sunday Lovers (1980)
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