|The Boys 1961 N/R, 124 min.|
Director: Sidney J. Furie
Cast: Richard Todd, Robert Morley, Felix Aylmer, Dudley Sutton, Wilfrid Brambell, Dudley Sutton, Jess Conrad, Tony Garnett, Allan Cuthbertson, Patrick Magee, Colin Gordon, Wensley Pithey, Kenneth J. Warren, David Lodge, Mavis Villiers
Four young men are accused of murder, and now prosecuting attorney Webster (Richard Todd) searches for the motive as their defense attorney (Robert Morley) is looking for leniency. Good, despite lots of British social conscience.
|Brimstone & Treacle 1982 R, 85 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Richard Loncraine
Cast: Sting, Denholm Elliott, Joan Plowright, Suzanna Hamilton, Mary MacLeod, Dudley Sutton, Benjamin Whitrow, Tim Preece, Hugh Walters, Christopher Fairbanks, Elizabeth Bradley
A drifter, Martin Taylor (Sting,) talks his way into Tom and Norma Bates' (Denholm Elliott and Joan Plowright) home. The Bates have a disabled daughter Patricia (Suzanna Hamilton), and Martin becomes her unofficial caretaker. It is only then that Martin's plot is revealed, and molesting Patricia is only part of the horrors in store for the Bates family in this strange, yet intriguing, tale.
|Crossplot 1969 PG-13, 97 min.|
Genre: Action / Thriller
Director: Alvin Rakoff
Cast: Roger Moore, Martha Hyer, Alexis Kanner, Claudie Lange, Francis Matthews, Bernard Lee, Derek Francis, Ursula Howells, Dudley Sutton, Mona Bruce, Veronica Carlson, Tim Preece
Unknown to advertising executive Gary Fenn (Roger Moore), the beautiful model (Martha Hyer) he has hired will draw him into an assassination plot against a visiting African statesman. When Fenn saves the statesman by decoding a message, the film's title becomes clear.
|Fellini's Casanova 1976 R, 166 min.|
Genre: Foreign / Drama
Director: Federico Fellini
Cast: Donald Sutherland, Tina Aumont, Cicely Browne, Clara Algranti, Margaret Clementi, Olimpia Carlisi, Carmen Scarpitta, Daniela Gatti, Mario Cencelli, Silvana Fusacchia, Leda Lojodice, Sandra Elaine Allen, Clarissa Mary Roll, Alessandra Belloni, Dudley Sutton
Famed lover Casanova (Donald Sutherland) is the subject of this 18th-century period piece that won the Academy Award for Best Costuming.
|The Leather Boys 1963 N/R, 108 min.|
Director: Sidney J. Furie
Cast: Rita Tushingham, Colin(2) Campbell, Dudley Sutton, Gladys Henson, Avice Landon, Lockwood West, Betty Marsden, Martin Matthews, Dandy Nichols, Elizabeth Begley
Thinking she has found an escape from her working-class doldrums, Dot (Rita Tushingham) marries a motorcycling mechanic, Reggie (Colin Campbell). But neither is ready for marriage, and it doesn't take long before they begin to go their separate ways.
|One More Time 1970 PG, 93 min.|
Director: Jerry Lewis
Cast: Peter Lawford, Sammy Davis Jr., Percy Herbert, Maggie Wright, John Wood, Allan Cuthbertson, Dudley Sutton, Anthony Nicholls, Moultrie Kelsall, Bill Maynard, Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Ester Anderson, Glyn Owen, Leslie Sands
In this sequel to "Salt and Pepper," financially struggling Chris Pepper and Charlie Salt (Peter Lawford and Sammy Davis Jr.) are now running a nightclub when Chris' twin brother is murdered. Chris exchanges clothing with his deceased brother and pretends to be his brother. Later, they learn that the brother was a diamond smuggler, and his accomplices who murdered him believe that he is still alive–and the chase is on through the English countryside.
|The Pink Panther Strikes Again 1976 PG, 103 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Blake Edwards
Cast: Peter Sellers, Herbert Lom, Colin Blakely, Leonard Rossiter, Lesley-Anne Down, Burt Kwouk, Andre Maranne, Richard Vernon, Dick Crockett, Paul Maxwell, Byron Kane, Briony McRoberts, Dudley Sutton, Hal Galili, Robert Beatty
French Inspector Clouseau (Peter Sellers) is again in charge of the case. This time, Clouseau is the intended victim of an assassination by his ex-boss who is now out of the asylum. Former Chief Inspector Charles Dreyfus (Herbert Lom) intends to take over the world. Will Clouseau avoid the killer (Leslie-Anne Down) and stop Dreyfus?
|Smiley's People 1982 TV, 325 min.|
Genre: Drama / Mystery
Director: Simon Langton
Cast: Alec Guinness, Eileen Atkins, Anthony Bate, Bernard Hepton, Michael Byrne, Barry Foster, Michael Lonsdale, Bill Paterson, Michael Gough, Curd Jurgens, Vladek Sheybal, Dudley Sutton, Andy Bradford, Tusse Silberg, Germaine Delbat
George Smiley (Alec Guinness) comes out of retirement and rejoins the British Intelligence to investigate the death of an agent friend. Clues lead Smiley to Paris, Germany, and Switzwerland as he tracks down his old nemesis, the Soviet double-agent Karla (Patrick Stewart).
|A Town Called Hell 1971 R, 95 min.|
Genre: Western / Action / Comedy / Drama
aka: A Town Called Bastard
Director: Robert Parrish, Irving Lerner
Cast: Robert Shaw, Stella Stevens, Martin Landau, Telly Savalas, Fernando Rey, Michael Craig, Al Lettieri, Dudley Sutton, Aldo Sambrell, Paloma Cela, Maribel Hidalgo, Cass Martin, John Clark, Francisco Marso, Antonio Mayans
Robert Shaw takes on the role of the priest in the Mexican town of Bastardo that is under the control of the diabolical Don Carlos (Telly Savalas). When Alvira (Stella Stevens) and her mysterious companion, Spectre (Dudley Sutton), arrive in town in a hearse with an empty coffin, she tells Carlos that she is searching for her husband's killer and offers him gold as the reward for finding him so that she can put the killer in the coffin. This is a violent movie.
|Up at the Villa 2000 PG-13, 115 min.|
Director: Philip Haas
Cast: Kristin Scott Thomas, Sean Penn, Anne Bancroft, James Fox, Jeremy Davies, Derek Jacobi, Massimo Ghini, Dudley Sutton, Lorenza Indovina, Clive Merrison, Roger Hammond, Linda Spurrier, Ben Aris, Anne Ridler, Ann Bell
Based on W. Somerset Maugham's romantic thriller set in Italy during the 1930s, this film features Kristin Scott Thomas in the role of the beautiful young widow, Mary Panton, who is currently residing in a villa. Intrigue evolves from Mary's one-night affair with an illegal immigrant, Karl Richter (Jeremy Davies), while she is also being courted by both playboy Rowley Flint (Sean Penn) and the very respectable Sir Edgar Swift (James Fox).
|1. The Boys (1961)|
2. Brimstone & Treacle (1982)
3. Crossplot (1969)
4. Fellini's Casanova (1976)
5. The Leather Boys (1963)
6. One More Time (1970)
7. The Pink Panther Strikes Again (1976)
8. Smiley's People (1982)
9. A Town Called Hell (1971)
aka: A Town Called Bastard
10. Up at the Villa (2000)
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