|Adventures of Tartu 1943 N/R, 103 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Harold S. Bucquet
Cast: Robert Donat, Valerie Hobson, Walter Rilla, Glynis Johns, Phyllis Morris, Martin Miller, Anthony Eustrel, Percy Walsh, Frederich Richter, John Penrose, Mabel Terry-Lewis, David Ward, Hubert Leslie
In this World War II saga, British officer Capt. Terence Stevenson (Robert Donat) is assigned the spy mission of sabotaging a Nazi-run poison gas factory in Czechoslovakia. He uses the alias "Tartu" and gets a job in the factory as an assembly line foreman where dangers await. Based on a true story.
|Children of the Damned 1963 N/R, 90 min.|
Genre: Sci-Fi / Horror / Thriller
Director: Anton Leader
Cast: Ian Hendry, Alan Badel, Barbara Ferris, Alfred Burke, Sheila Allen, Ralph Michael, Patrick Wymark, Martin Miller, Harold Goldblatt, Bessie Love, Andre Mikhelson, Clive Powell, Roberta Rex, Yoke-Moon Lee, Frank Summerscale
Yes, some of the smart alien children from 1960's "Village of the Damned" survived. The six survivors still have their psychic powers and a thirst for both power and revenge. When psychologist Tom Llewellyn (Ian Hendry) and geneticist Dr. David Neville (Alan Badel) investigate, they realize that the children are able to influence people's minds. The children are flown to London, but they escape, hide in a church, and battle the human race.
|Hotel Reserve 1944 N/R, 79 min.|
Director: Victor Hanbury
Cast: James Mason, Lucie Mannheim, Raymond Lovell, Julien Mitchell, Martin Miller, Herbert Lom, Patricia Medina, David Ward, Frederick Valk, Laurence Hanray
A suspect Nazi spy is caught between Nazis and Nazi hunters at the Hotel Reserve on the Riviera.
|I Was a Male War Bride 1949 N/R, 105 min.|
Director: Howard Hawks
Cast: Cary Grant, Ann Sheridan, Marion Marshall, Gene Garrick, Randy Stuart, Kenneth Tobey, Bill Neff, Harry Lauter, John Whitney, Martin Miller
After World War II, French Captain Henri Rochard (Cary Grant) poses as a WAC so that he can immigrate to the United States and be with his American bride (Ann Sheridan).
|Libel 1959 N/R, 100 min.|
Director: Anthony Asquith
Cast: Dirk Bogarde, Olivia de Havilland, Paul Massie, Robert Morley, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Anthony Dawson, Richard Wattis, Millicent Martin, Robert Shaw, Martin Miller
When Sir Mark Loddon (Dirk Bogarde) tries to prove he is not an impostor, he goes to court and finds more difficulty than he originally bargained for.
|Peeping Tom 1960 N/R, 109 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Michael Powell
Cast: Karl Boehm, Moira Shearer, Anna Massey, Maxine Audley, Brenda Bruce, Martin Miller, Nigel Davenport, Esmond Knight, Shirley Anne Field, Michael Goodliffe
While this film was denounced when first shown, it now has a cult following. The gruesome story is about a psychopathic killer (Karl Boehm) who photographs his victims immediately prior to murdering them–he gets his kicks out of viewing the helpless terror on their faces.
|The Phantom of the Opera 1962 N/R, 84 min.|
Genre: Horror / Drama / Musical / Mystery / Thriller
Director: Terence Fisher
Cast: Herbert Lom, Heather Sears, Michael Gough, Edward DeSouza, Thorley Walters, Miles Malleson, Harold Goodwin, Martin Miller, Marne Maitland, Sonya Cordeau, Liane Aukin, Sonya Cordeau, Patrick Troughton, Miriam Karlin, Renee Houston
In this version of "The Phantom of the Opera," the story takes place at the Royal Opera House in London instead of the Paris Opera House. Years ago, music professor Petrie (Herbert Lom) was hideously burned in a fire but has returned to London where, as the masked Phantom, he terrorizes the opera house that is preparing to perform an opera that had been stolen from him. He lives in the sewer beneath the opera house and kidnaps opera star Christine (Heather Sears), who he loves, so that he can train her to perform his opera. Now, Christine's fiance Harry Hunter (Edward DeSouza) searches for Christine, and, when he finds her, it is Harry who unmasks the Phantom.
|The Pink Panther 1963 N/R, 113 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Blake Edwards
Cast: David Niven, Peter Sellers, Robert Wagner, Capucine, Claudia Cardinale, Brenda De Banzie, Colin Gordon, Fran Jeffries, John Le Mesurier, Martin Miller, James Lanphier, Guy Thomajan, Michael Trubshawe, Riccardo Billi, Meri Welles
Sophisticated jewel thief Sir Charles Lytton (David Niven), a.k.a. the Phantom, is plotting to steal the Pink Panther diamond from Princess Dala (Claudia Cardinale), and French Inspector Jacques Cousteau (Peter Sellers) is on his trail. Clouseau is also trying to catch Lytton's accomplice who, unbeknownst to Clouseau, is his own wife Simone (Capucine). For years, Simone has warned her lover Lytton when Clouseau is about to catch him. Now another thief appears on the scene; he is Lytton's nephew George (Robert Wagner), and he has his own plans to steal the Pink Panther diamond. Clouseau may be inept, but the odds are in his favor that he will be successful in retrieving the Pink Panther diamond.
|1. Adventures of Tartu (1943)|
aka: Sabotage Agent
2. Children of the Damned (1963)
3. Hotel Reserve (1944)
4. I Was a Male War Bride (1949)
5. Libel (1959)
6. Peeping Tom (1960)
7. The Phantom of the Opera (1962)
8. The Pink Panther (1963)
9. Where's Charley? (1952)
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