|Attack on the Iron Coast 1968 N/R, 90 min.|
Genre: Action / Drama
Director: Paul Wendkos
Cast: Lloyd Bridges, Andrew Keir, Sue Lloyd, Mark Eden, Maurice Denham, Glyn Owen, George Mikell, Walter Gotell, Bill Henderson, John Welsh, Howard Pays, Ernest Clark, Dick Haydon, Keith Buckley, Gavin Breck
During World War II's Normandy D-Day invasion, Sir Frederick Grafton (Lloyd Bridges) leads a Canadian commando group on a daring attack against a German stronghold off the French coast. Also on the mission is Captain Franklin (Andrew Keir), and if Grafton and Franklin do not cooperate and work together, the mission is doomed.
|A Circle of Deception 1961 N/R, 100 min.|
Director: Jack Lee
Cast: Suzy Parker, Bradford Dillman, Harry Andrews, Paul Rogers, Robert Stephens, John Welsh, Walter Gotell, Charles Lloyd Pack, Richard Marner, Martin Boddey
In this psychological drama, an allied officer, Paul Raine (Bradford Dillman), is set up as a decoy to confuse the Nazis with false information about D-Day plans.
|Francis of Assisi 1961 N/R, 111 min.|
Director: Michael Curtiz
Cast: Bradford Dillman, Dolores Hart, Stuart Whitman, Pedro Armendariz, Cecil Kellaway, Eduard Franz, Finlay Currie, Athene Seyler, Mervyn Johns, John Welsh, Russell Napier, Malcolm Keen, Harold Goldbatt, Edith Sharpe, Jack Lambert
Bradford Dillman plays the beloved 13th-century Franciscan friar who gives up his worldly possessions and achieves sainthood. After hearing God calling for him, he gathers people together, and they rebuild the church in Assisi. He forms a relationship with Clare (Dolores Hart) who leaves her aristocratic family and becomes a nun. He serves God and, obeying his vow of poverty, dies in a cave in 1226.
|Indiscreet 1958 N/R, 100 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Stanley Donen
Cast: Ingrid Bergman, Cary Grant, Cecil Parker, Phyllis Calvert, David Kossoff, Megs Jenkins, Oliver Johnston, Richard Vernon, Martin Boddey, John Welsh, Michael Anthony, Diane Clare
A successful actress (Ingrid Bergman) wants love and marriage, while a successful businessman (Cary Grant) wants love but no marriage. The two meet in London, and humor and intrigue are the result.
|Krull 1983 PG, 122 min.|
Genre: Adventure / Action / Fantasy / Sci-Fi
Director: Peter Yates
Cast: Ken Marshall, Lysette Anthony, Francesca Annis, Freddie Jones, David Battley, Liam Neeson, Robbie Coltrane, Alun Armstrong, Bernard Bresslaw, John Welsh, Graham McGrath, Tony Church, Bernard Archard, Belinda Mayne, Dicken Ashworth
The wizard Ynyr (Freddie Jones) sends our young hero Prince Colwyn (Ken Marshall) on a mission to rescue the young maiden, Princess Lyssa (Lysette Anthony). Along the way, he must find the magic boomerang that he needs to fight the Beast that holds the Princess hostage. 1 User Review
|Why is this so good?!||Anonymous 06/19/2010 |
| Someone has to say this movie is worth the 2 hours you'll spend watching it. I loved this movie when it was released, but I was 13 at the time so take that for what it is.|
|The Man Who Haunted Himself 1970 PG, 94 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Basil Dearden
Cast: Roger Moore, Hildegarde Neil, Alastair Mackenzie, Hugh Mackenzie, Kevork Malikyan, Thorley Walters, Anton Rodgers, Olga Georges-Picot, Freddie Jones, John Welsh
Harold Pelham (Roger Moore), a successful businessman, has a car accident. Surgery is successful but it appears that his alter ego is released. When Harold gets out, he finds that his "other" self has been acting much differently from him, including a sexual awakening and making different business decisions.
|The Mark 1961 N/R, 127 min.|
Director: Guy Green
Cast: Stuart Whitman, Maria Schell, Rod Steiger, Donald Wolfit, Brenda De Banzie, Paul Rogers, Maurice Denham, Eddie Byrne, Donald Houston, John Welsh
A former child molester, Jim Fuller (Stuart Whitman), is released from prison and undergoes treatment from a psychiatrist (Rod Steiger) who helps him learn that, for him, falling in love with Ruth (Maria Schell) does NOT erase the past. Whitman was nominated for an Oscar.
|Nightmare 1964 N/R, 83 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
aka: Here's the Knife Dear, Now Use It
Director: Freddie Francis
Cast: David Knight, Moira Redmond, Brenda Bruce, Jennie Linden, George A. Cooper, Irene Richmond, Clytie Jessop, John Welsh, Timothy Bateson, Elizabeth Dear, Hedger Wallace, Isla Cameron, Julie Samuel
While a student at a private school, Janet (Jennie Linden) witnessed her mother murdering her father and now is experiencing nightmares. Her mother is in an insane asylum, but Janet leaves school and returns to the family's mansion where her nightmares continue amidst a strange group of residents (Irene Richmond, David Knight, Moira Redmond, and George A. Cooper)–two of whom are plotting to take control of Janet's inheritance.
|Rasputin, the Mad Monk 1966 N/R, 92 min.|
Director: Don Sharp
Cast: Christopher Lee, Barbara Shelley, Richard Pasco, Francis Matthews, Suzan Farmer, Dinsdale Landen, Renee Asherson, Derek Francis, Joss Ackland, Robert Duncan, Alan Tilvern, John Welsh, John Bailey, Bartlett Mullins, Fiona Hartford
This somewhat historical account begins with the mesmerizing monk, Rasputin (Christopher Lee), being expelled from the monastery. The story continues through his entry into the Russian court where he gains the confidence of the Tsarina (Renee Asherson) through whom he pursues evil plans to undermine the country's power structure.
|Revenge of Frankenstein 1958 N/R, 89 min.|
Genre: Horror / Drama / Sci-Fi / Thriller
Director: Terence Fisher
Cast: Peter Cushing, Francis Matthews, Eunice Gayson, Michael Gwynn, John Welsh, Lionel Jeffries, Charles Lloyd Pack, Michael Ripper, John Stuart, Arnold Diamond, Oscar Quitak, Richard Wordsworth, Marjorie Gresley, Anna Walmsley, George Woodbridge
Dr. Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) takes on the new identity of "Dr. Victor Stein" and is up to his old tricks of transplanting body parts into a monster. This is a sequel to "The Curse of Frankenstein" and is followed by "The Evil of Frankenstein."
|The Safecracker 1958 N/R, 96 min.|
Genre: Drama / Adventure
Director: Ray Milland
Cast: Ray Milland, Barry Jones, Jeannette Sterke, Victor Maddern, Ernest Clark, Melissa Stribling, Colin Tapley, Clive Morton, Cyril Raymond, Percy Herbert, Barbara Everest, Anthony Nicholls, David Horne, Colin Gordon, John Welsh
During World War II, jailed London safecracker Colley Dawson (Ray Milland) is freed from prison to help his government and is sent on a dangerous mission. He is parachuted into Belgium to break into a safe containing lists of Nazi agents, and, in the process, Colley becomes involved with Irene (Jeannette Sterke) who is the daughter of a resistance leader.
|1. Attack on the Iron Coast (1968)|
2. A Circle of Deception (1961)
3. Francis of Assisi (1961)
4. Indiscreet (1958)
5. Krull (1983)
6. The Man Who Haunted Himself (1970)
7. The Mark (1961)
8. Nightmare (1964)
aka: Here's the Knife Dear, Now Use It
9. Rasputin, the Mad Monk (1966)
10. Revenge of Frankenstein (1958)
11. The Safecracker (1958)
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