|All Night Long 1962 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: Basil Dearden
Cast: Patrick McGoohan, Marti Stevens, Betsy Blair, Keith Michell, Richard Attenborough, Paul Harris, Bernard Beaden, Maria Velasco, Harry Towb, Marti Stevens, Dave Brubeck, Carol White, Jennifer White, Nick Edmett, Michael Corcoran
Good jazz is what makes this film work in this story that is based on Shakespeare's "Othello." The Othello character is bandleader Aurelius Rex (Paul Harris), and the Desdemona character is Aurelius' wife and band singer Delia Lane (Marti Stevens). The Iago character, Johnny Cousin (Patrick McGoohan), rounds out the ensemble as the band's drummer who tries to ruin their marriage and take over the band by spreading rumors that Delia is unfaithful to Aurelius.
|The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom 1968 N/R, 94 min.|
Director: Joseph McGrath
Cast: Shirley MacLaine, Richard Attenborough, James Booth, Freddie Jones, William Rushton, Bob Monkhouse, Patricia Routledge, John Bluthal, John Cleese, Harry Towb, Sandra Caron, Sheila Steafel, Frank Thornton, Barry Humphries, Bruce Lacey
Harriet (Shirley MacLaine) is bored with her marriage to Robert (Richard Attenborough) and finds the solution to her apathy when a worker, Ambrose Tuttle (James Booth) is sent to repair her sewing machine and moves in as her daytime lover.
|The Blue Max 1966 N/R, 154 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Drama
Director: John Guillermin
Cast: George Peppard, James Mason, Ursula Andress, Jeremy Kemp, Anton Diffring, Carl Schell, Harry Towb, Karl Michael Vogler, Friedrich von Ledebur, Peter Woodthorpe, Derek Newark, Derren Nesbitt, Loni von Friedl, Hugo Schuster, Alex Scott
Bruno Stachel (George Peppard) has worked his way up through the ranks and is now a pilot in Germany's World War I air force. Bruno wants to win the "Blue Max," which is the highest award for flying aces. He succeeds and now gains fame, which is exploited by General Count Von Klugerman (James Mason) who even looks the other way when his wife, Countess Kaeti (Ursula Andress) has an affair with Bruno. But, disaster awaits Bruno when the General gives him the assignment of testing a new fighter plane.
|Conspiracy of Silence 2003 N/R, 87 min.|
Director: John Deery
Cast: Jonathan Forbes, Hugh Bonneville, Brenda Fricker, Jason Barry, John Lynch, Jim Norton, Sean McGinley, Hugh Quarshie, Harry Towb, James Ellis, Niall O'Brien, Paudge Behan
Celibacy in the Catholic Church and the cover-ups that seem to go along with it is the subject of this story about journalist David Foley (Jason Barry) who sets out to uncover the truth behind HIV-positive priest Father Sweeney's (Patrick Casey) suicide.
|Lassiter 1984 R, 100 min.|
Director: Roger Young
Cast: Tom Selleck, Jane Seymour, Lauren Hutton, Bob Hoskins, Joe Regalbuto, Ed Lauter, Warren Clarke, Edward Peel, Christopher Malcolm, Harry Towb
The Nazis have $10 million worth of diamonds in London prior to World War II. Lassiter (Tom Selleck) is a jewel thief whose mission is to recover the cache.
|The Sleeping Tiger 1954 N/R, 89 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Joseph Losey
Cast: Dirk Bogarde, Alexis Smith, Alexander Knox, Hugh Griffith, Patricia McCarron, Maxine Audley, Glyn Houston, Harry Towb, Russell Waters, Billie Whitelaw, Fred Griffiths, Esma Cannon
Frank Clements (Dirk Bogarde) breaks into the home of criminal psychologist Dr. Clive Esmond (Alexander Knox) who, after catching him, offers to help Frank reform and give up his life of crime. The rehabilitation begins, but Clive's wife Glenda (Alexis Smith), who doesn't care for Frank at first, is finally seduced by him–and that is when Frank decides that he really wants to reform. But, Glenda has other ideas and convinces Frank to get into her car, which she drives off a cliff. Glenda is killed, but Frank manages to survive.
|1. All Night Long (1962)|
2. The Bliss of Mrs. Blossom (1968)
3. The Blue Max (1966)
4. Conspiracy of Silence (2003)
5. Lassiter (1984)
6. The Sleeping Tiger (1954)
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