|Car of Dreams 1935 N/R, 72 min.|
Director: Graham Cutts, Austin Melford
Cast: John Mills, Mark(2) Lester, Norah Howard, Robertson Hare, Grete Mosheim, Margaret Withers, Paul Graetz, Glennis Lorimer, Jack Hobbs, Hay Plumb
The wealthy son (John Mills) of a musical instrument factory owner falls in love with a factory worker (Grete Mosheim) but must keep his identity secret. Eventually the secret is exposed, and turmoil over social correctness ensues before all ends well.
|Hotel Paradiso 1966 N/R, 100 min.|
Director: Peter Glenville
Cast: Alec Guinness, Gina Lollobrigida, Robert Morley, Peggy Mount, Akim Tamiroff, Marie Bell, Leonard Rossiter, Peter Glenville, Douglas Byng, Robertson Hare
When Benedict Boniface (Alec Guinness) and Marcelle Cot (Gina Lollobrigida) try to check into the Hotel Paradiso for a night of love, everything that can–goes wrong.
|One Wild Oat 1951 N/R, 78 min.|
Director: Charles Saunders
Cast: Robertson Hare, Stanley Holloway, Sam Costa, Andrew Crawford, Vera Pearce, June Sylvaine, Robert Moreton, Constance Lorne, Joan Rice, Audrey Hepburn, Gwen Cherrell, Irene Handl, Fred Berger, Charles Groves, Ingeborg von Kusserow
When Cherie (June Sylvaine), who is the daughter of Humphrey Proudfoot (Robertson Hare), and Fred (Andrew Crawford) decide to marry, problems erupt because Fred's father Alfred Gilbey (Stanley Holloway) and Humphrey are arch enemies. Each of the fathers tries to get the goods on the other one in order to stop the romance. Dated, but mildly funny. A brief appearance by Audrey Hepburn in an early role.
|Salt and Pepper 1968 G, 101 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Richard Donner
Cast: Sammy Davis Jr., Peter Lawford, Michael Bates, John Le Mesurier, Graham Stark, Ernest Clark, Ilona Rodgers, William Mervyn, Harry Hutchinson, Oliver MacGreevy, Jeanne Roland, Robert Dorning, Robertson Hare, Llewellyn Rees, Geoffrey Lumsden
Christopher Pepper and Charles Salt (Peter Lawford and Sammy Davis Jr.) run a nightclub in London's Soho district, but they are also secret agents. They must stop an officer, Col. Woodstock (John Le Mesurier), who intends to hijack a nuclear submarine and rule England. This is an average comedy with a 1960s' look and feel that spawned a sequel, "One More Time."
|The Young Ones 1961 N/R, 108 min.|
Genre: Musical / Comedy
Director: Sidney J. Furie
Cast: Cliff Richard, Robert Morley, Carole Gray, Richard O'Sullivan, Melvyn Hayes, Teddy Green, Annette Robertson, Sonya Cordeau, Sean Sullivan, Harold Scott, Jet Harris, Hank B. Marvin, Tony Meehan, Bruce Welch, Robertson Hare
British pop-singer Cliff Richard stars as Nicky, the son of rich Hamilton Black (Robert Morley). Needing money in order to buy a piece of property and keep it from his father, Nicky puts on a musical show, and the singing begins.
|1. Car of Dreams (1935)|
2. Hotel Paradiso (1966)
3. One Wild Oat (1951)
4. Salt and Pepper (1968)
5. The Young Ones (1961)
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