|Across the Bridge 1957 N/R, 103 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Ken Annakin
Cast: Rod Steiger, David Knight, Marla Landi, Noel Willman, Bernard Lee, Bill Nagy, Eric Pohlmann, Faith Brook, Alan Gifford, Ingeborg von Kusserow, Marianne Deeming, Betty Cooper, John Gale, Stanley Maxted, Jack Lester
Based on Graham Greene's novel, this is the story about unscrupulous British businessman Carl Schaffner (Rod Steiger) who steals company funds and then flees to Mexico with Scotland Yard fast on his heels. Schaffner boards a train for Mexico and murders fellow passenger Paul Scarff (Bill Nagy) whose passport he steals and then assumes Scarff's identity. Too late, Schaffner learns that Scarff was a fugitive from justice, and now both Scotland Yard Inspector Hadden (Bernard Lee) and a Mexican police captain (Noel Willman) are on his trail.
|The Brain Machine 1955 N/R, 83 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Ken Hughes
Cast: Maxwell Reed, Elizabeth Allan, Patrick Barr, Russell Napier, Gibb McLaughlin, Edwin Richfield, Neil Hallett, Mark Bellamy, Bill Nagy, Vanda Godsell, John Horsley, Thomas Gallagher, Clifford Buckton, Gwen Bacon, Cyril Smith
While searching for kidnapped Dr. Phillipa Roberts (Elizabeth Allan), police uncover a gang of drug smugglers.
|Goldfinger 1964 PG, 108 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Thriller
Director: Guy Hamilton
Cast: Sean Connery, Honor Blackman, Harold Sakata, Gert Frobe, Shirley Eaton, Tania Mallett, Bernard Lee, Martin Benson, Lois Maxwell, Bill Nagy, Cec Linder, Austin Willis, Michael Mellinger, Peter Cranwell, Nadja Regin
In one of the best of the James Bond movies, Goldfinger (Gert Frobe) is planning to detonate a small nuclear device inside Fort Knox. The purpose is to infest the gold with radiation, thus increasing the value of Goldfinger's gold and making him the world's wealthiest man. James Bond, Agent 007 (Sean Connery) gets involved and, in the process, woos Pussy Galore (Honor Blackman) who happens to be aiding Goldfinger in his plot. Never fear, by story's end, Agent 007 saves the day.
|The Mark of the Hawk 1957 N/R, 83 min.|
Director: Michael Audley
Cast: Eartha Kitt, Juano Hernandez, Sidney Poitier, John McIntire, Helen Horton, Marne Maitland, Gerard Heinz, Bill Nagy, Earl Cameron, Patrick Allen, Clifton Macklin, Ewen Solon, Lockwood West, Philip Vickers, Francis Matthews
Obam (Sidney Poitier) returns to his colonial African country where he tries to enact peaceful means for racial equality. Beset by many problems, he must choose between continuation of his peaceful approach or violence. His wife Renee (Eartha Kitt) and missionary Bruce Craig (John McIntire) come to his aid, but is it too late?
|The Mouse That Roared 1959 N/R, 85 min.|
Director: Jack Arnold
Cast: Peter Sellers, Jean Seberg, David Kossoff, William Hartnell, Timothy Bateson, Leo McKern, MacDonald Parke, Monte Landis, Colin Gordon, Bill Nagy
A very small and even more bankrupt country, the Duchy of Grand Fenwick, decides to end its financial woes by declaring war on the United States. The intent is to lose the war and then receive U.S. aid to rebuild. There is much in this funny movie that relates to the world today. Also catch the funny sequel, "The Mouse on the Moon."
|The Revolutionary 1970 PG, 101 min.|
Director: Paul Williams
Cast: Jon Voight, Jennifer Salt, Seymour Cassel, Robert Duvall, Collin Wilcox-Horne, Lionel Murton, Mary Barclay, Julie Garfield, Bill Nagy, Kenneth J. Warren
This psychological drama is about a drafted philosophy student, "A" (Jon Voight) who goes AWOL from the Army and then gets involved in an assassination.
|The Road to Hong Kong 1962 N/R, 91 min.|
Director: Norman Panama
Cast: Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Joan Collins, Dorothy Lamour, Robert Morley, Walter Gotell, Bill Nagy, Felix Aylmer, Peter Madden, Alan Gifford, Katya Douglas, Roger Delgado, Robert Ayres, Peter Sellers, Dean Martin
In this final "Road" picture with Bob Hope and Bing Crosby, they again play con-men Chester Babcock and Harry Turner. When Chester accidentally memorizes and then destroys the sole copy of a Russian formula for rocket fuel, the pair enters the worlds of space travel and espionage while Dorothy Lamour, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra, Peter Sellers, and David Niven appear in cameo roles.
|Surprise Package 1960 N/R, 100 min.|
Director: Stanley Donen
Cast: Yul Brynner, Mitzi Gaynor, Bill Nagy, Lionel Murton, Barry Foster, Eric Pohlmann, Noel Coward, George Coulouris, Warren Mitchell, Lyndon Brook, Guy Deghy, Alf Dean, Danny Green, Harold Berens, Michael Balfour
Based on Art Buchwald's novel, this is an amusing comedy about exiled mobster Nico March (Yul Brynner) who is deported to Greece where he meets King Pavel II (Noel Coward) and plans to get his hands on the royal jewels.
|1. Across the Bridge (1957)|
2. The Brain Machine (1955)
3. Goldfinger (1964)
4. The Mark of the Hawk (1957)
aka: Shaka Zulu
5. The Mouse That Roared (1959)
6. The Revolutionary (1970)
7. The Road to Hong Kong (1962)
8. Surprise Package (1960)
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