|3 Men and a Little Lady 1990 PG, 100 min.|
Genre: Family / Comedy / Drama
Director: Emile Ardolino
Cast: Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg, Ted Danson, Nancy Travis, Robin Weisman, Christopher Cazenove, Sheila Hancock, Fiona Shaw, Jonathan Lynn, John Boswall, Sydney Walsh, Lynne Marta, Everett Wong, Edwina Moore, Patricia Gaul
In this follow-on to "Three Men and a Baby," five years have passed since the "Baby" Mary Bennington (now played by Robin Weisman) was left on the doorstep of Peter Mitchell (Tom Selleck), Michael Kellam (steve Guttenberg), and Jack Holden (Ted Danson). It is time for her to attend school, and now her mother, Sylvia (Nancy Travis) thinks she must marry to gain respectability for her child. A series of misunderstandings are handled with humorous insight.
|Aces: Iron Eagle III 1992 R, 93 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
aka: Iron Eagle III: Aces
Iron Eagle 3: Aces
Director: John Glen
Cast: Louis Gossett Jr., Rachel McLish, Paul Freeman, Horst Buchholz, Christopher Cazenove, Sonny Chiba, Fred Dalton Thompson, Mitch Ryan, J.E. Freeman, Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini, Rob Estes, Tom Bower, Phill Lewis, Juan Fernandez, Inez Perez
In this, the third of the series, our hero, Colonel Charles "Chappy" Sinclair (Louis Gossett Jr.), is back. This time around, Chappy gets a group of World War II veterans together to fight a drug cartel in South America. They even use World War II planes but with updated weapons.
|Eye of the Needle 1981 R, 112 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller / Romance
Director: Richard Marquand
Cast: Donald Sutherland, Stephen MacKenna, Philip Martin Brown, Kate Nelligan, Christopher Cazenove, Faith Brook, Ian Bannen, Bill Fraser, Sam Kydd, John Bennett, George Belbin, Barbara Graley, George Lee, Arthur Lovegrove, Colin Rix
Based on Ken Follet's World War II spy novel, this spell-binding story of behind-the-scenes events leading to the Allied D-Day invasion of Normandy provides good suspense. "The Needle" (Donald Sutherland) is a German superspy who is trying to get information about the Allies' D-Day invasion to the fuhrer when his U-Boat is shipwrecked, and he washes ashore in England. He is taken in by Lucy (Kate Nelligan) whose husband David (Christopher Cazenove) is paralyzed. Romance blooms between "the Needle" and Lucy, which forces "the Needle" to choose between his love for Lucy and his love for his country.
|Heat and Dust 1982 R, 133 min.|
Director: James Ivory
Cast: Julie Christie, Greta Scacchi, Christopher Cazenove, Julian Glover, Susan Fleetwood, Shashi Kapoor, Madhur Jaffrey, Nickolas Grace, Zakir Hussain, Barry Foster, Patrick Godfrey, Jennifer Kendal
Fascinated by her Great-Aunt Olivia's (Greta Scacchi) letters, Anne (Julie Christie) heads to India to research Olivia's life and find out why she was a subject of scandal 60 years ago. As she investigates, Anne is pulled into India's culture as the film cuts back and forth from modern-day India and Anne's life to life in India as seen by Olivia.
|A Knight's Tale 2001 PG-13, 132 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Comedy / Romance
Director: Brian Helgeland
Cast: Heath Ledger, Rufus Sewell, Shannyn Sossamon, Mark Addy, Paul Bettany, Laura Fraser, Alan Tudyk, Berenice Bejo, James Purefoy, Christopher Cazenove, Scott Handy, Leagh Conwell, Steven O'Donnell, Nick Brimble, Jonathan Slinger
Writer, producer, director Brian Helgeland presents this tale, set in the 14th-century. Knowing that the sport of jousting is reserved for royalty, lowly squire William Thatcher (Heath Ledger) takes on the persona of his dead master Sir Ulrich von Lichtenstein and enters a jousting competition. William wins and with help from friends, Wat and Roland (Alan Tudyk and Mark Addy) along with aspiring writer Geoffrey Chaucer (Paul Bettany), he continues his deception and wins match after match. He even beats the undefeated Count Adhemar (Rufus Sewell) and gains the affection of Lady Jocelyn (Shannyn Sossamon). But, how long will it take before William's deception is exposed?
|The Lady and the Highwayman 1989 N/R, 93 min.|
Genre: Drama / Adventure / Romance
Director: John Hough
Cast: Emma Samms, Oliver Reed, Hugh Grant, Claire Bloom, Christopher Cazenove, Lysette Anthony, Michael York, John Mills, Ian Bannen, Gordon Jackson, Robert Morley, Bernard Miles, Gareth Hunt, Steffanie Pitt, Floyd Bevan
Based on Barbara Cartland's novel, this is the tale of a 17th-century romance between highwayman Lord Lucius Vyne (Hugh Grant) and Lady Panthea Vyne (Lysette Anthony) who he saved from her brutal husband-to-be Christian Drysdale (Ian Bannen). With the reinstatement of Charles II (Michael York) as King of England, problems interfere with the romance.
|The Letter 1982 TV, 96 min.|
Director: John Erman
Cast: Lee Remick, Christopher Cazenove, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Ian McShane, Soon-Tek Oh, Ronald Pickup, Beulah Quo, Jack Thompson, Kieu Chinh, Sarah Marshall, James Hong, Molly Roden, Byron Chung, Peter Mintun, John Orchard
Somerset Maugham's story is told again. This time around, Lee Remick takes on the role of Leslie who is accused of murdering her lover. Leslie's story is told through flashbacks–first as a victim of rape, then as a victim of blackmail concerning an incriminating letter she wrote involving her deceased lover, and finally as a murder victim.
|Mata Hari 1985 R, 108 min.|
Director: Curtis Harrington
Cast: Sylvia Kristel, Christopher Cazenove, Oliver Tobias, Gaye Brown, Gottfried John, William Fox, Michael Anthony, Vernon Dobtcheff, Anthony Newlands, Brian Badcoe, Tutte Lemkow, Nicholas Selby, Malcolm Terris, Victor Langley, Taylor Ryan
Exotic dancer/World War I spy Mata Hari (Sylvia Kristel) uses her seductive powers to end up in bed with French officers, obtain secret information from them, and pass it along to the German Secret Service. She does fall in love with a Russian lieutenant, but their love is doomed. When her deceptions are uncovered, Mata Hari is executed by the French for being a spy.
|Shadow Run 1998 N/R, 92 min.|
Director: Geoffrey Reeve
Cast: Michael Caine, James Fox, Leslie Grantham, Christopher Cazenove, Kenneth Colley, Matthew Pochin, Rae Baker, Rupert Frazer, Tim Healy, Emma Reeve, Katherine Reeve, Angela Douglas, John Bray, Richard Tuck, Maurice Thorogood
Gangster boss Landon-Higgins (James Fox) assigns Haskell (Michael Caine) the job of hijacking an armored van filled with cash. He assembles a team and, as they work to carry out the heist, fears rise to the fore as Haskell suspects Landon-Higgins of a double cross.
|Souvenir 1989 R, 93 min.|
Director: Geoffrey Reeve
Cast: Christopher Plummer, Catherine Hicks, Michael Lonsdale, Christopher Cazenove, Patrick Bailey, Amelie Pick, Lisa Daniely, Jean Badin
In Nazi-occupied France during World War II, a German soldier and a French woman fall in love. Now, 43 years later, that soldier Ernst Kestner (Christopher Plummer) returns to France where he faces the destruction caused by his Nazi forces during the war.
|Tears in the Rain 1988 TV, 102 min.|
Director: Don Sharp
Cast: Sharon Stone, Christopher Cazenove, Leigh Lawson, Paul Daneman, Maurice Denham, Anna Massey, Rachael Dowling, Harry Burton, Colette Stevenson, Stephanie Cole, Janet Price, Donald Gee
As her last request, Casey's (Sharon Stone) mother (Colette Stevenson) had asked her to deliver a mysterious letter to Lord Richard Bredon (Paul Daneman). Casey travels to London, gives Lord Bredon the letter, and during the visit falls in love with his son Michael (Christopher Cazenove). Problems lie ahead when it is suggested that Casey and Michael may be separated siblings, but all is cleared up by story's end.
|There's a Girl in My Soup 1970 R, 95 min.|
Director: Roy Boulting
Cast: Peter Sellers, Goldie Hawn, Tony Britton, Nicky Henson, Diana Dors, Nicola Pagett, Christopher Cazenove, Judy Campbell, John Comer, Gabrielle Drake, Thorley Walters
Robert Danvers (Peter Sellers) is a middle-aged TV personality who falls for a young woman, Marion (Goldie Hawn), who is in the middle of big marriage problems.
|Until September 1984 R, 95 min.|
Director: Richard Marquand
Cast: Karen Allen, Thierry Lhermitte, Christopher Cazenove, Hutton Cobb, Michael Mellinger, Nitza Shaul, Rachel Robertson, Paphaelle Spencer, Joanna Pavlis, Helen Desbiez
An American, Mo Alexander (Karen Allen), misses her flight and, while stranded in Paris, falls in love with handsome–but married–Xavier De La Perose (Thierry Lhermitte).
|Zulu Dawn 1979 PG, 115 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Drama
Director: Douglas Hickox
Cast: Burt Lancaster, John Mills, Peter O'Toole, Simon Ward, Nigel Davenport, Michael Jayston, Ronald Lacey, Denholm Elliott, Freddie Jones, Christopher Cazenove, Peter Vaughan, James Faulkner, Bob Hoskins, David Bradley, Paul Copley
When Gen. Lord Chelmsford (Peter O'Toole) sends in British troops to fight the South African Zulu tribes, Col. Anthony Dumford (Burt Lancaster) leads his men into the fatal Battle of Isandhlwaba where they are greatly outnumbered. During the bloody battle, 30,000 Zulu warriors kill 1,500 British troops. This movie shows the events that led up to the siege at Rorke's Drift in "Zulu" (1964) and again shows the hostility between the British and native South Africans.
|1. 3 Men and a Little Lady (1990)|
2. Aces: Iron Eagle III (1992)
aka: Iron Eagle III: Aces
aka: Iron Eagle 3: Aces
3. Eye of the Needle (1981)
4. Heat and Dust (1982)
5. A Knight's Tale (2001)
6. The Lady and the Highwayman (1989)
7. The Letter (1982)
8. Mata Hari (1985)
9. The Proprietor (1996)
10. Shadow Run (1998)
11. Souvenir (1989)
12. Tears in the Rain (1988)
13. There's a Girl in My Soup (1970)
14. Until September (1984)
15. Zulu Dawn (1979)
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