|Balto 1995 G, 74 min.|
Genre: Animation / Family / Adventure
Director: Simon Wells
Cast: Kevin Bacon, Bob Hoskins, Phil Collins, Bridget Fonda, Jim Cummings, Jack Angel, Danny Mann, Robbie Rist, Miriam Margolyes, Jennifer Blanc, Michael McShane, Donald Sinden
Based on a true-life adventure, this is the animated feature film about Balto, a sled dog leading his pack through an Alaskan storm to deliver an anti-toxin to those suffering from diphtheria in Nome. There is a statue of a sled dog in New York's Central Park commemorating this feat of Balto and the other sled dogs.
|The Beachcomber 1954 N/R, 82 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Romance
Director: Muriel Box
Cast: Glynis Johns, Robert Newton, Donald Sinden, Michael Hordern, Donald Pleasence, Tony Quinn, Paul Rogers, Ronald Lewis, Auric Lorand, Jean Rollins, Walter Crisham, Ah Chong Choy, Lizabeth Rollins, Michael Mellinger, Rosita Garcia
Based on Somerset Maugham's story, this film's plot deals with a very proper missionary, Martha Jones (Glynis Johns), who falls in love with South Seas beach bum Edward "Honorable Ted" Wilson (Robert Newton).
|The Canterville Ghost 1996 PG, 92 min.|
Genre: Family / Fantasy / Drama
Director: Sydney Macartney
Cast: Patrick Stewart, Neve Campbell, Joan Sims, Donald Sinden, Cherie Lunghi, Edward Wiley, Daniel Betts, Leslie Phillips, Ciaran Fitzgerald, Raymond Pickard, Paul Brightwell
This made-for-TV film involves the relationship of teenager Ginny (Neve Campbell) and the 400-year-old ghost, Sir Simon de Canterville (Patrick Stewart). The two meet shortly after Ginny's family has moved to England and into Canterville Hall. Ginny befriends Sir Simon and learns his secret: if a mortal will perform just one heroic act for him, he will no longer be trapped on Earth. Will she be able to help?
|The Cruel Sea 1953 N/R, 126 min.|
Director: Charles Frend
Cast: Jack Hawkins, Donald Sinden, Stanley Baker, John Stratton, Denholm Elliott, John Warner, Bruce Seton, Liam Redmond, Moira Lister, Virginia McKenna
This is Nicholas Monsarrat's story about convoys during World War II and the dangers they encountered from both Nazi submarines and the harsh North Atlantic weather.
|Doctor in the House 1954 N/R, 92 min.|
Director: Ralph Thomas
Cast: Dirk Bogarde, Kenneth More, Kay Kendall, Muriel Pavlow, Donald Houston, Donald Sinden, James Robertson Justice, George Coulouris, Geoffrey Keen, Suzanne Cloutier
This comedy depicts the lighter side of medical school when students do not miss the virtues of beautiful women in spite of the rigorous routine of studies and practice.
|The Island at the Top of the World 1974 G, 95 min.|
Director: Robert Stevenson
Cast: David Hartman, Donald Sinden, Jacques Marin, Mako, David Gwillim, Agneta Eckemyr, Gunnar Ohlund, Lasse Kolstad, Erik Silju, Rolf Soder
An expedition to uncharted areas of the Arctic to search for his long lost son is formed by Sir Anthony Ross (Donald Sinden). The group finds a mysterious valley that harbors a Viking settlement, and the Vikings do not want to have their secret place discovered by others. Beautiful scenery enhances this Disney adventure
|Mogambo 1953 N/R, 115 min.|
Director: John Ford
Cast: Clark Gable, Ava Gardner, Grace Kelly, Donald Sinden, Laurence Naismith, Philip Stainton, Eric Pohlmann, Denis O'Dea, Asa Etula
In this remake of "Red Dust," African safari guide Victor Marswell (Clark Gable) is enjoying an affair with showgirl Eloise "Honey Bear" Kelly (Ava Gardner) when British anthropologist Donald Nordley (Donald Sinden) and his wife Linda (Grace Kelly) arrive for a safari. Romantic sparks fly between Linda and Victor, which results in a love triangle that might prove deadly. Gardner received an Oscar nomination for Best Actress, and Kelly received a nomination for Best Supporting Actress.
|Rentadick 1972 N/R, 94 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Jim Clark
Cast: James Booth, Richard Briers, Julie Ege, Donald Sinden, Spike Milligan, Michael Bentine, Ronald Fraser, Spike Milligan, Tsai Chin, Kenneth Cope, John Wells, Patricia Quinn, Winnie Holman, Richard Beckinsale, Derek Griffiths
Chaos, along with humor and double crosses, are the order of the day when the bumbling detectives of Rentadick, Inc. set out on the trail of criminals who stole a nerve gas that paralyzes its victims from the waist down.
|That Lucky Touch 1975 PG, 93 min.|
Director: Christopher Miles
Cast: Roger Moore, Susannah York, Shelley Winters, Lee J. Cobb, Jean-Pierre Cassel, Raf Vallone, Sydne Rome, Donald Sinden, Michael Shannon, Aubrey Woods
Michael Scott's (Roger Moore) shady deals with the army are uncovered by the probing of journalist Julia Richardson (Susannah York). Lee J. Cobb's last film.
|1. Balto (1995)|
2. The Beachcomber (1954)
3. The Canterville Ghost (1996)
4. The Cruel Sea (1953)
5. Doctor in the House (1954)
6. The Island at the Top of the World (1974)
7. Mogambo (1953)
8. Rentadick (1972)
9. That Lucky Touch (1975)
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