|Britannia Hospital 1982 R, 115 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Lindsay Anderson
Cast: Leonard Rossiter, Graham Crowden, Malcolm McDowell, Joan Plowright, Marsha A. Hunt, Alan Bates, Barbara Hicks, Mary MacLeod, Mark Hamill, Peter Jeffrey, John Moffatt, Fulton Mackay, Vivian Pickles, Jill Bennett, Gladys Crosbie
The labor dispute in a local hospital is the subject of this heavy satire in which the Queen's visit threatens to become a nightmare when workers refuse to do their appointed jobs. And adding to the confusion is reporter Mick Travis (Malcolm McDowell) who is shooting a documentary on the hospital.
|Defence of the Realm 1985 PG, 96 min.|
Genre: Thriller / Mystery
Director: David Drury
Cast: Denholm Elliott, Gabriel Byrne, Greta Scacchi, Ian Bannen, Fulton Mackay, Bill Paterson, David Calder, Frederick Treves, Robbie Coltrane
The battle between a reporter's right for information and the government's right to secrecy is the subject of this exciting British film as two journalists (Denholm Elliott and Gabriel Byrne) investigate, in their own unique ways, a possible government cover-up.
|Gumshoe 1971 PG, 88 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Mystery
Director: Stephen Frears
Cast: Albert Finney, Billie Whitelaw, Frank Finlay, Janice Rule, Carolyn Seymour, Fulton Mackay, George Innes, George Silver, Bill Dean, Wendy Richard, Maureen Lipman, Neville Smith, Oscar James, Joe Kenyon, Bert King
Comedian and nightclub bingo caller Eddie Ginley (Albert Finney) dreams of becoming a detective. Despite warnings from his brother and sister-in-law William and Ellen (Frank Finlay and Billie Whitelaw), Eddie uses a newspaper to advertise his services as a private-eye. He is hired by Jacob De Fries (George Silver) and soon finds himself involved in drug and gun smuggling as well as dealing with members of the South African liberation movement.
|Local Hero 1983 PG, 110 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Bill Forsyth
Cast: Peter Riegert, Burt Lancaster, Denis Lawson, Peter Capaldi, Fulton Mackay, Norman Chancer, Jenny Seagrove, Rikki Fulton, Alex Norton, Christopher Rozycki, Jennifer Black, John M. Jackson, Tam Dean Burn, Kenny Ireland, Harlan Jordan
Mac and Felix (Peter Riegert and Burt Lancaster) represent Knox Oil and Gas, a company whose officers want to buy out a quiet fishing village and turn it into an oil refinery. Most of the citizens want to take the money and run, BUT old Ben (Fulton Mackay) sees the error of their decisions and holds out. Very clever and fun.
|Vendetta for the Saint 1969 TV, 95 min.|
Director: Jim O'Connolly
Cast: Roger Moore, Ian Hendry, Rosemary Dexter, Aimi MacDonald, George Pastell, Marie Burke, Finlay Currie, Fulton Mackay, Alex Scott, Peter Madden, Anthony Newlands, Guy Deghy
Roger Moore recreates his TV-series role of suave adventurer Simon Templar in this made-for-TV film. Simon witnesses an altercation between two men in a Sicilian bar and decides to investigate after he reads in the next day's paper that one of the two had been murdered. He soon finds out the Mafia is involved, and he is slated for extinction.
|Water 1985 PG-13, 97 min.|
Director: Dick Clement
Cast: Michael Caine, Valerie Perrine, Brenda Vaccaro, Leonard Rossiter, Billy Connolly, Maureen Lipman, Dennis Dugan, Fulton Mackay, Jimmie Walker, Dick Shawn
When mineral water is discovered and becomes the object of investment possibilities on a tiny Caribbean island, Governor Baxter Thwaites (Michael Caine) must deal with outside forces struggling for control of his once-peaceful island.
|1. Britannia Hospital (1982)|
2. Defence of the Realm (1985)
3. Gumshoe (1971)
4. Local Hero (1983)
5. Vendetta for the Saint (1969)
6. Water (1985)
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