|International Velvet 1978 PG, 127 min.|
Director: Bryan Forbes
Cast: Tatum O'Neal, Christopher Plummer, Anthony Hopkins, Nanette Newman, Peter Barkworth, Dinsdale Landen, Sarah Bullen, Jeffrey Byron
In this sequel to "National Velvet," Tatum O'Neal plays Velvet's orphaned niece, Sarah Brown. Sarah, like her Aunt Velvet (Nanette Newman) before her, enters the Olympics and takes home the gold medal for her equestrian event.
|Mosquito Squadron 1969 G, 90 min.|
Director: Boris Sagal
Cast: David McCallum, Suzanne Neve, David Buck, David Dundas, Charles Gray, Dinsdale Landen, Michael Anthony, Vladek Sheybal, Nicky Henson, Bryan Marshall, Peter Copley, Robert Urquhart, Peggy Thorpe-Bates, Michael McGovern, Patrick Tull
During World War II, RAF pilot Quint (David McCallum) must tell his best friend's wife, Beth (Suzanne Neve), that her husband has been killed during a bombing raid. A new romance between Quint and Beth, who were a couple before she met her husband, is rekindled. Quint then receives orders to bomb a rocket factory but is also told that there are POWs there, including his best friend. Quint devises a plan to free the POWs and then bomb the plant, but his friend is killed in the otherwise successful operation.
|Rasputin, the Mad Monk 1966 N/R, 92 min.|
Director: Don Sharp
Cast: Christopher Lee, Barbara Shelley, Richard Pasco, Francis Matthews, Suzan Farmer, Dinsdale Landen, Renee Asherson, Derek Francis, Joss Ackland, Robert Duncan, Alan Tilvern, John Welsh, John Bailey, Bartlett Mullins, Fiona Hartford
This somewhat historical account begins with the mesmerizing monk, Rasputin (Christopher Lee), being expelled from the monastery. The story continues through his entry into the Russian court where he gains the confidence of the Tsarina (Renee Asherson) through whom he pursues evil plans to undermine the country's power structure.
|1. International Velvet (1978)|
2. Mosquito Squadron (1969)
3. Rasputin, the Mad Monk (1966)
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