|Accused 1936 N/R, 83 min.|
Director: Thornton Freeland
Cast: Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Dolores del Rio, Florence Desmond, Roland Culver, Moore Marriott, Cecil Humphreys, Cyril Raymond, Basil Sydney, Googie Withers, J.H. Roberts, Esme Percy, Edward Rigby, Leo Genn, Anthony Hankey, Athole Stewart
Set in a Paris nightclub, this is the story of dancing team Tony and Gaby Seymour (Douglas Fairbanks Jr. and Dolores del Rio) and the murder of Yvette Delange (Florence Desmond) who has been making a play for Tony. Yvette is accused as a murderess, and the real solution to the crime is revealed during the court scenes.
|Some Girls Do 1969 G, 88 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Comedy
Director: Ralph Thomas
Cast: Richard Johnson, Daliah Lavi, Beba Loncar, James Villiers, Robert Morley, Maurice Denham, Sydne Rome, Florence Desmond, Ronnie Stevens, Virginia North, Adrienne Posta, Nicholas Phipps, George Belbin, Yutte Stensgaard, Vanessa Howard
This was the second attempt to revive the old Bulldog Drummond series about British agent Hugh Drummond (Richard Johnson). The story revolves around possible espionage involving Britain's new supersonic airliner and the plot of the evil Carl Peterson (James Villiers) who uses robots to sabotage the project.
|Three Came Home 1950 N/R, 106 min.|
Director: Jean Negulesco
Cast: Claudette Colbert, Patric Knowles, Florence Desmond, Sessue Hayakawa, Sylvia Andrew, Helen Westcott, Patrick O'Moore, Mark Keuning, Phyllis Mooris, Howard Chuman, Alex Frazer, Sung Li, John Mantley, Harry Maratin, James Logan
Based on Agnes Newton Keith's autobiography, this excellent film concerns the struggle for survival of American and British families who were POWs in Borneo during World War II. Agnes (Claudette Colbert), her husband Harry (Patric Knowles), and their small son George (Mark Keuning) are among the concentration camp prisoners who suffer torture and starvation. But, Agnes keeps up her spirit and maintains her dignity while waiting to be rescued.
|1. Accused (1936)|
2. Some Girls Do (1969)
3. Three Came Home (1950)
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