|The Anniversary 1968 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: Roy Ward Baker
Cast: Bette Davis, Sheila Hancock, Jack Hedley, James Cossins, Christian Roberts, Elaine Taylor, Timothy Bateson, Arnold Diamond, Sally-Jane Spencer, Albert Shepherd, Ralph Watson
When a widow, Mrs. Taggart (Bette Davis), insists that her sons–Terry, Henry, and Tom (Jack Hedley, James Cossins, and Christian Roberts)–join her on the anniversary of her husband's death, they are forced to put up with her overbearing ridicule.
|For Your Eyes Only 1981 PG, 129 min.|
Genre: Action / Adventure / Thriller
Director: John Glen
Cast: Roger Moore, Carole Bouquet, Topol, Lois Maxwell, Lynn-Holly Johnson, Julian Glover, Jill Bennett, Desmond Llewelyn, Geoffrey Keen, Walter Gotell, Cassandra Harris, Michael Gothard, John Wyman, Jack Hedley, James Villiers
Roger Moore as James Bond captures the essence of a great spy story in which Bond must find the missing code that controls submarine-launched missiles.
|Goodbye, Mr. Chips 1969 G, 150 min.|
Genre: Musical / Drama / Romance
Director: Herbert Ross
Cast: Peter O'Toole, Petula Clark, Michael Redgrave, George Baker, Sian Phillips, Michael Bryant, Alison Leggatt, Jeremy Lloyd, Clive Morton, Jack Hedley, Leo Britt, Patricia Hayes, Elspeth March, Jack May, Jenny Runacre
Arthur Chipping "Mr. Chips" (Peter O'Toole) is a professor at Brookfield Academy for Boys in England. He falls in love with music-hall singer Katherine Bridges (Petula Clark) and marries her. As Mrs. Chips, Katherine overcomes her past and warms the hearts of students. Later, she dies, but Mr. Chips continues his teaching career and becomes an icon. Peter O'Toole received an Oscar nomination for Best Actor, and the film received a nomination for Best Musical Score.
|How I Won the War 1967 N/R, 109 min.|
Director: Richard Lester
Cast: Michael Crawford, John Lennon, Roy Kinnear, Lee Montague, Jack MacGowran, Michael Hordern, Jack Hedley, Karl Michael Vogler, Ronald Lacey, James Cossins
An inept lieutenant (Michael Crawford) leads his motley troops across North Africa and into France during World War II. This black, anti-war, comedy has some great scenes and some not so great ones.
|The New York Ripper 1982 N/R, 93 min.|
Genre: Foreign / Horror / Drama / Thriller
Director: Lucio Fulci
Cast: Jack Hedley, Almanta Suska, Howard Ross, Andrea Occhipinti, Alexandra Delli Colli, Paolo Malco, Cinzia de Ponti, Cosimo Cinieri, Daniela Doria, Babette New, Zora Kerova, Paul E. Guskin, Antone Pagan, Josh Cruze, Lucio Fulci
Sleazy sex and gore are the ingredients of this film as police Lt. Williams (Jack Hedley) sets out after a crazed woman-killer (who quacks like a duck) while stalking the streets of NYC. The suspect, Mickey Scellenda (Howard Ross), has been seen in the company of some of the victims, but how many more victims will be claimed before the perpetrator is finally caught?
|Of Human Bondage 1964 N/R, 98 min.|
Director: Ken Hughes
Cast: Kim Novak, Laurence Harvey, Robert Morley, Siobhan McKenna, Nanette Newman, Roger Livesey, Jack Hedley, Ronald Lacey, John Sutton
This is another good adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham's novel. The young medical student is played well by Laurence Harvey, and Kim Novak takes on role of the promiscuous waitress with whom he is obsessed.
|Witchcraft 1964 N/R, 80 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Don Sharp
Cast: Lon Chaney Jr., Jack Hedley, Jill Dixon, Viola Keats, David Weston, Marie Ney, Diane Clare, Yvette Rees, Victor Brooks, Marianne Stone
Warlock Morgan Whitlock (Lon Chaney Jr.) unsuccessfully tries to keep the family cemetery from being dug up by developers. You see, the cemetery is filled with witches who were burned at the stake 300 years ago, and the construction awakens them from their sleep.
|1. The Anniversary (1968)|
2. For Your Eyes Only (1981)
3. Goodbye, Mr. Chips (1969)
4. How I Won the War (1967)
5. The New York Ripper (1982)
6. Of Human Bondage (1964)
7. Witchcraft (1964)
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