|All Over the Town 1949 N/R, 88 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Derek N. Twist
Cast: Norman Woodland, Sarah Churchill, Cyril Cusack, Ronald Adam, Bryan Forbes, James Hayter, Stanley Baker, Fabia Drake, John Salew, Edward Rigby, Patric Doonan, Eleanor Summerfield, Sandra Dorne, Trevor Jones, Frederick Leister
Following World War II, ace reporter Nat Hearn (Norman Woodland) returns to his hometown newspaper and finds that local businesses are controlling the media. Upset with what is happening, Nat takes charge and changes the editorial policy. Nat's actions annoy the local businessmen and politicians and also create problems in his romance with Sally Thorpe (Sarah Churchill).
|Devil Doll 1964 N/R, 80 min.|
Genre: Horror / Thriller
Director: Lindsay Shonteff, Sidney J. Furie
Cast: Bryant Haliday, William Sylvester, Yvonne Romain, Sandra Dorne, Karel Stepanek, Nora Nicholson, Francis De Wolff, Philip Ray, David Charlesworth, Alan Gifford, Guy Deghy, Ray Landor
The Great Vorelli (Bryant Haliday) is a successful ventriloquist and hypnotist whose act includes a unique dummy. When a journalist (William Sylvester) sets out to uncover the duo's past, the truth comes out that Vorelli had killed his partner some years earlier and transferred the partner's mind to the dummy. Now he intends to add a female dummy: the journalist's girlfriend (Yvonne Romain). Interesting.
|Happy Go Lovely 1951 N/R, 97 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Musical / Romance
Director: H. Bruce Humberstone
Cast: David Niven, Vera-Ellen, Cesar Romero, Bobby Howes, Diane Hart, Gordon Jackson, Barbara Couper, Gladys Henson, Sandra Dorne, Hugh Dempster
Stuffy millionaire B.G. Bruno (David Niven) gives young Janet (Vera-Ellen) a lift. Janet is a member of an American movie production shooting in Edinburgh, Scotland, and is seen exiting the limo. Rumors fly after the sighting, and the director, needing money, thinks B.G. might help. Meanwhile, a love affair takes place between B.G. and Janet. All ends well. Vera-Ellen's dance routines are a highlight.
|1. All Over the Town (1949)|
2. Devil Doll (1964)
3. Happy Go Lovely (1951)
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