|Alive and Kicking 1958 N/R, 95 min.|
Director: Cyril Frankel
Cast: Sybil Thorndike, Kathleen Harrison, Estelle Winwood, Stanley Holloway, Eric Pohlmann, John Salew, Liam Redmond, Marjorie Rhodes, Richard Harris, Olive McFarland, Joyce Carey, Paul Farrell, Patrick McAlinney, Anita Sharp-Bolster, Colin Gordon
When Dora (Sybil Thorndike), Rosie (Kathleen Harrison), and Mabel (Estelle Winwood) learn they are going to be moved from their "old folks" home, they escape the premises and set off on an adventure.
|Decameron Nights 1953 N/R, 85 min.|
Genre: Drama / Adventure / Romance
Director: Hugo Fregonese
Cast: Joan Fontaine, Louis Jourdan, Joan Collins, Marjorie Rhodes, Mara Lane, Eliot Makeham, Hugh Morton, Binnie Barnes, Godfrey Tearle, Meinhart Maur, Gordon Bell, Van Boolen, Gerard Tichy, Noel Purcell, Stella Riley
Three of the Boccaccio tales of lovers and intrigue are told by Boccaccio (Louis Jourdan) when he visits the recently widowed Fiametta (Joan Fontaine) and her women friends at a Florentine Hills villa. Each story involves problems between men and women, and Jourdan plays the husbands, and Joan Fontaine takes the roles of the often misunderstood wives.
|Escape 1948 N/R, 79 min.|
Director: Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Cast: Rex Harrison, Peggy Cummins, William Hartnell, Norman Wooland, Betty Ann Davies, Jill Esmond, Frederick Piper, Cyril Cusack, Maurice Denham, Marjorie Rhodes
Rex Harrison plays the role of a former RAF commander who is sent to prison unjustly–in his opinion. This is a gripping tale of how he comes to terms with himself.
|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?
|Love on the Dole 1941 N/R, 99 min.|
Director: John Baxter
Cast: Deborah Kerr, Clifford Evans, Joyce Howard, Frank Cellier, Mary Merrall, George Carney, Geoffrey Hibbert, Martin Walker, Maire O'Neill, Peter Gawthorne, Iris Vandeleur, Marie Ault, Marjorie Rhodes
In a Lancashire town in England during the 1930s, the Hardcastle family and their neighbors are struggling to make it through the Depression. Sally Hardcastle (Deborah Kerr) is a mill girl who is in love with factory worker Larry Meath (Clifford Evans). But, Larry is killed following a scuffle with police during a demonstration against work conditions. Sally borrows money from local bookie Sam Grundy (Frank Cellier) to pay for Larry's funeral. Sam, in turn, is interested in Sally and asks her to become his mistress. Sally compromises her morals in hopes of helping her family improve its dire circumstances and agrees to become his mistress trusting that Sam will find work for her father (George Carney) and brother (Geoffrey Hibbert).
|On Approval 1944 N/R, 80 min.|
Director: Clive Brook
Cast: Clive Brook, Beatrice Lillie, Googie Withers, Roland Culver, O.B. Clarence, Laurence Hanray, Elliott Mason, Hay Petrie, Mollie Munks, Marjorie Rhodes
Based on Frederick Lonsdale's 1926 play, this comedy of manners revolves around a 30-day trial marriage between a titled, but poor, duke (Clive Brook) and an American heiress (Beatrice Lillie) who spend the month at a secluded castle in Scotland where the fun really begins–especially when they are joined by another couple.
|Spring and Port Wine 1970 N/R, 101 min.|
Director: Peter Hammond
Cast: James Mason, Susan George, Diana Coupland, Rodney Bewes, Arthur Lowe, Marjorie Rhodes, Hannah Gordon, Keith Buckley, Avril Elgar, Bernard Bresslaw, Len Jones, Adrienne Posta, Frank Windsor, Ken Parry, Joseph Greig
The generation gap of the Crompton family in Lancashire is presented through the eyes of both parents and children when young Hilda (Susan George) refuses to eat her herring and her father Rafe (James Mason) becomes irate. Because of Hilda's behavior, Rafe begins to serve her herring every day at tea time. Rafe's wife Daisy (Diana Coupland) is so upset with his behavior that she tries to get money for Hilda to move away to London. Rafe is also upset when his daughter Florence (Hannah Gordon) falls in love. And the problems continue as Rafe is determined to rule his household.
|Uncle Silas 1947 N/R, 98 min.|
aka: The Inheritance
Director: Charles(1) Frank
Cast: Jean Simmons, Derrick DeMarney, Derek Bond, Katina Paxinou, Esmond Knight, Sophie Stewart, Manning Whiley, Marjorie Rhodes, John Laurie, Guy Rolfe
A corrupt uncle has plans for his young niece's inheritance in this story set in the Victorian era.
|1. Alive and Kicking (1958)|
2. Decameron Nights (1953)
3. Escape (1948)
4. The Family Way (1966)
5. Love on the Dole (1941)
6. On Approval (1944)
7. Spring and Port Wine (1970)
8. Uncle Silas (1947)
aka: The Inheritance
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