|The Brain Machine 1955 N/R, 83 min.|
Genre: Drama / Thriller
Director: Ken Hughes
Cast: Maxwell Reed, Elizabeth Allan, Patrick Barr, Russell Napier, Gibb McLaughlin, Edwin Richfield, Neil Hallett, Mark Bellamy, Bill Nagy, Vanda Godsell, John Horsley, Thomas Gallagher, Clifford Buckton, Gwen Bacon, Cyril Smith
While searching for kidnapped Dr. Phillipa Roberts (Elizabeth Allan), police uncover a gang of drug smugglers.
|The Earth Dies Screaming 1964 N/R, 62 min.|
Genre: Horror / Sci-Fi
Director: Terence Fisher
Cast: Willard Parker, Virginia Field, Dennis Price, Vanda Godsell, Thorley Walters, David Spenser, Anna Palk
When American test pilot Jeff Nolan (Willard Parker) lands in England, he finds it destroyed by alien robots and the victims turned into zombies. But, there are a few survivors, and they work with Nolan to destroy the aliens' transmission station and fend off the invading robots.
|Hell Is a City 1960 N/R, 98 min.|
Director: Val Guest
Cast: Stanley Baker, John Crawford, Donald Pleasence, Maxine Audley, Billie Whitelaw, Joseph Tomelty, George A. Cooper, Geoffrey Frederick, Vanda Godsell, Charles Houston
Veteran police inspector Martineau (Stanley Baker) is on the trail of an escaped criminal, who Martineau believes is headed back to his home in Manchester to recover stolen jewels that resulted in the jail sentence. When a bank clerk is murdered and the money she was carrying disappears, Martineau knows he's on the right track and proceeds to get the entire gang until only the escapee is left. Good suspense as the final confrontation approaches.
|A Shot in the Dark 1964 N/R, 103 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Mystery
Director: Blake Edwards
Cast: Peter Sellers, Elke Sommer, Herbert Lom, Tracy Reed, George Sanders, Graham Stark, Andre Maranne, Douglas Wilmer, Vanda Godsell, Burt Kwouk, Moira Redmond, Maurice Kaufmann, Ann Lynn, David Lodge, Martin Benson
The Pink Panther series continues as Inspector Clouseau (Peter Sellers), the inept–but some would say brilliant–detective solves another crime. This story takes place in Benjamin Ballon's (George Sanders) mansion in the outskirts of Paris where parlormaid Maria Gambrelli (Elke Sommer) is accused of murdering her lover. Clouseau believes that Maria is innocent; however, Chief Inspector Dreyfus (Herbert Lom) is sure that she is guilty and is dismayed–once again–at Clouseau's handling of the case. The number of murder victims increases, but Clouseau is convinced that Marie is being framed and remains determined to prove her innocence.
|Sword of Sherwood Forest 1960 N/R, 80 min.|
Director: Terence Fisher
Cast: Richard Greene, Peter Cushing, Niall MacGinnis, Richard Pasco, Nigel Green, Sarah Branch, Jack Gwillim, Desmond Llewelyn, Oliver Reed, Vanda Godsell, Edwin Richfield, Patrick Crean, Dennis Lotis, Darren Nesbitt, James Neylin
This sequel to the Robin Hood stories features Richard Greene as Robin Hood who works undercover to investigate the plot of the Sheriff of Nottingham (Peter Cushing) to kill the Archbishop of Canterbury (Jack Gwillim) who has spoken out against the Sheriff. Robin and his "merry men" then rescue the Archbishop–despite problems when fair maid Marian (Sarah Branch) mistakes Robin for a murderer and leads him into a trap. Robin and his "merry men" also save Marian from the clutches of the evil Earl of Newark (Richard Pasco).
|This Sporting Life 1963 N/R, 134 min.|
Director: Lindsay Anderson
Cast: Richard Harris, Rachel Roberts, Alan Badel, William Hartnell, Colin Blakely, Vanda Godsell, Arthur Lowe, Anne Cunningham, Jack Watson, Harry Markham, George Sewell, Leonard Rossiter, Wallas Eaton
Frank Machin (Richard Harris) is a former Yorkshire coal miner who gains fame and fortune as a rugby player. Frank has it all–except love, and now he pursues a romance with his landlady, the widowed Mrs. Hammond (Rachel Roberts). All goes well for a short time, but when Mrs. Hammond grows tired of Frank, their doomed romance leads to tragedy.
|1. The Brain Machine (1955)|
2. The Earth Dies Screaming (1964)
3. Hell Is a City (1960)
4. A Shot in the Dark (1964)
5. Sword of Sherwood Forest (1960)
6. This Sporting Life (1963)
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