|The Americanization of Emily 1964 N/R, 117 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Arthur Hiller
Cast: James Garner, Julie Andrews, Melvyn Douglas, James Coburn, Joyce Grenfell, Edward Binns, Keenan Wynn, William Windom, Liz Fraser, Gary Cockrell, John Crawford, Douglas Henderson, Edmon Ryan, Steve Franken, Paul Newlan
Nominated for Academy Awards for Best Art and Set Decoration and Best Cinematography, this film is a comedy/drama about British war widow Emily Barham (Julie Andrews) who falls in love with American Lieutenant Charles E. Madison (James Garner). Madison doesn't realize that he will be sent to participate in the Normandy invasion, and the odds of his survival are small.
|Chicago Joe and the Showgirl 1990 R, 103 min.|
Director: Bernard Rose
Cast: Emily Lloyd, Kiefer Sutherland, Patsy Kensit, Keith Allen, Liz Fraser, Alexandra Pigg, Ralph Nossek, Colin Bruce, Roger Ashton-Griffiths, Harry Fowler, John Lahr, Angela Morant
Based on an actual murder case in 1944 Great Britain called "The Cleft Chin Murder Case," this is the tale of U.S. Army deserter Karl (Kiefer Sutherland) and stripper Betty (Emily Lloyd) who meet and embark on a crime spree, which eventually escalates to murder.
|The Family Way 1966 N/R, 115 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Romance
Director: Roy Boulting
Cast: Hayley Mills, Hywel Bennett, John Mills, Marjorie Rhodes, Avril Angers, John Comer, Wilfred Pickles, Barry Foster, Liz Fraser, Andrew Bradford, Thorley Walters, Colin Gordon, Robin Parkinson, Harry Locke
Shy newly-weds Jenny (Hayley Mills) and Arthur (Hywel Bennett) encounter more than a few problems living their first few weeks of marriage at the home of Arthur's parents, Ezra and Lucy (John Mills and Marjorie Rhodes). Between interference from friends, neighbors, and family, does this couple have a chance?
|Fury at Smugglers Bay 1961 N/R, 92 min.|
Director: John Gilling
Cast: John Fraser, Peter Cushing, Bernard Lee, Michele Mercier, William Franklyn, George Coulouris, Liz Fraser, Miles Malleson, June Thorburn, Katherine Kath, Tommy Duggan, Christopher Carlos, Juma, Maitland Moss, Humphrey Heathgate
Pirates, led by Black John (Bernard Lee), have been smuggling in and around Christopher's (John Fraser) 18th-century village, which is run by his constable father, Squire Trevenyan (Peter Cushing). It falls on Christopher's shoulders to enlist aid in fighting the pirates. He performs his duty, and the fighting begins–and ends with both Black John and Squire Trevenyan dead. Christopher becomes the new leader of the town.
|I'm All Right, Jack 1959 N/R, 105 min.|
Director: John Boulting
Cast: Ian Carmichael, Peter Sellers, Terry-Thomas, Richard Attenborough, Dennis Price, Margaret Rutherford, Irene Handl, Miles Malleson, John Le Mesurier, Raymond Huntley, Liz Fraser, Marne Maitland, Kenneth Griffith, Fred Griffiths
This film provides great satire on the world of labor/management relations. Set in 1950s England, Oxford educated Stanley Windrush (Ian Carmichael) takes a job as a laborer at his uncle's (Dennis Price) munitions factory. His incompetence is noticed by his fellow workers, but he gets sympathy from union official Fred Kate (Peter Sellers). Then, Stanley really messes up and finds that he has been set up by his uncle and is now in the middle of a scheme by his uncle to control his workers.
|Two Way Stretch 1960 N/R, 87 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Robert Day
Cast: Peter Sellers, Wilfrid Hyde-White, David Lodge, Bernard Cribbins, Maurice Denham, Lionel Jeffries, Liz Fraser, Beryl Reid, Irene Handl, Thorley Walters, Noel Hood, Myrette Morven, George Woodbridge, Edwin Brown, Wallas Eaton
Three convicts–Dodger Lane (Peter Sellers), Jelly Knight (David Lodge), and Lennie Price (Bernard Cribbins) break out of jail to rob a maharajah, commit the perfect crime, and return to jail for the perfect alibi. With help from Soapy Stevens (Wilfrid Hyde-White), they perform the heist, but then are faced with the problem of where to store the jewels. They decide to hide them in the warden's safe, and wait to be released. That works, but problems lie in their future.
|1. The Americanization of Emily (1964)|
2. Chicago Joe and the Showgirl (1990)
3. The Family Way (1966)
4. Fury at Smugglers Bay (1961)
5. I'm All Right, Jack (1959)
6. Two Way Stretch (1960)
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