|The Colditz Story 1955 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: Guy Hamilton
Cast: John Mills, Eric Portman, Christopher Rhodes, Lionel Jeffries, Bryan Forbes, Ian Carmichael, Richard Wattis, David Yates, Frederick Valk, Denis Shaw, Anton Diffring, Eugene Deckers, Guido Lorraine, Witold Sikorski, A. Blichewicz
During World War II, Germany used "escape proof" Colditz Castle to imprison the Allied officers who tried to escape from conventional camps. This is the true story of Maj. P.R. "Pat" Reid (John Mills) about his successful attempt to escape from Colditz through a subterranean tunnel.
|Foreign Intrigue 1956 N/R, 100 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Sheldon Reynolds
Cast: Robert Mitchum, Genevieve Page, Ingrid Thulin, Frederick O'Brady, Eugene Deckers, Inga Tidblad, John Padovano, Peter Copley, Lauritz Falk, Frederick Schreicker, Georges Hubert, Lily Kann, Ralph Brown, Milo Sperber, Jim Gerald
In this Cold War drama, Bishop (Robert Mitchum) travels to Vienna and Stockholm to investigate the mysterious death of his boss. He uncovers a plot involving blackmail and shady political deals.
|Lady L 1965 N/R, 124 min.|
Director: Peter Ustinov
Cast: Paul Newman, Sophia Loren, David Niven, Claude Dauphin, Cecil Parker, Marcel Dalio, Philippe Noiret, Michel Piccoli, Peter Ustinov, Daniel Emilfork, Jacques Dufilho, Eugene Deckers, Hella Petri, Jean Wiener, Roger Trapp
Eighty-year-old Lady L (Sophia Loren) tells her story to Sir Percy (Cecil Parker), and the sagas are told in flashbacks. As a young woman, she works as a laundress in the Paris whorehouse, "Le Mouton Bleu" and meets and falls for anarchist Armand (Paul Newman). Armand leaves for Switzerland in an attempt to murder Russian Prince Otto (Peter Ustinov). While he is away, Lady L meets and marries British Lord Lendale (David Niven), who she calls Dicky. She marries Dicky because he is Armand's hope for freedom after his capture–and Dicky agrees that she can still see Armand
|Madeleine 1950 N/R, 101 min.|
aka: The Strange Case of Madeleine
Director: David Lean
Cast: Ann Todd, Norman Wooland, Ivan Desny, Leslie Banks, Elizabeth Sellars, Edward Chapman, Barbara Everest, Andre Morell, Barry Jones, Anthony Newley, Patricia Raine, Eugene Deckers, Susan Stranks, Ivor Barnard, John Laurie
Madeleine Smith (Ann Todd) was a 19th-century Scottish woman who was accused and put on trial for poisoning her French lover Emile L'Anglier (Ivan Desny) in 1857. The trial is reenacted in this interesting film that leaves the audience guessing. Based on a true story.
|Prince of Foxes 1949 N/R, 107 min.|
Director: Henry King
Cast: Tyrone Power, Orson Welles, Wanda Hendrix, Marina Berti, Everett Sloane, Katina Paxinou, Felix Aylmer, Eduardo Ciannelli, Leslie Bradley, Eugene Deckers
Orsini (Tyrone Power) is sent by Cesare Borgia (Orson Welles) to win the affection of Camilla (Wanda Hendrix) in this beautifully costumed and artistically photographed epic story.
|So Long at the Fair 1950 N/R, 86 min.|
Genre: Mystery / Drama / Romance
Director: Antony Darnborough, Terence Fisher
Cast: Jean Simmons, Dirk Bogarde, David Tomlinson, Marcel Poncin, Cathleen Nesbitt, Honor Blackman, Betty Warren, Zena Marshall, Felix Aylmer, Eugene Deckers, Andre Morell, Austin Trevor, Natasha Sokolova, Nelly Arno, Michael Ward
Vicky (Jean Simmons) and Johnny (David Tomlinson) Barton arrive in Paris for the 1889 Exhibition, but Johnny suddenly disappears. Frantic, Vicky has trouble getting anyone to help–until she meets George Hathaway (Dirk Bogarde) who comes to the rescue and solves the mystery.
|1. The Colditz Story (1955)|
2. Foreign Intrigue (1956)
3. Lady L (1965)
4. Madeleine (1950)
aka: The Strange Case of Madeleine
5. Prince of Foxes (1949)
6. So Long at the Fair (1950)
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