84 Charing Cross Road
84 Charing Cross Road is a drama starring Anne Bancroft and Anthony Hopkins in the story of Helene Hanff visiting England in 1969 and reflecting back on her twenty year relationship with the staff of a London bookshop. It was directed by David Jones in 1986.
A Child From The South
A Child From The South is a political drama starring Josette Simon. It tells of a journalist returning to Mozambique after spending 20 years in exile. Directed by Sergio Rezende.
A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol is an adaptation of Charles Dickens book. It stars Reginald Owen as the mean spirited Ebeneazer Scrooge who is visited by four ghosts on christmas eve. It was directed by Edwin L Martin in 1938.
A Christmas Story
A Christmas Story is a nostalgic view of a child's christmas. It is set in suburban America during the 1940s and tells the story of a nine-year old boy coping with life and bullies while setting his mind on a major christmas present. It stars Melinda Dillon, Peter Billingsley and Darren McGavin. It was directed by Bob Clark in 1983.
A Damsel in Distress
A Damsel in Distress is a comedy musical starring Fred Astaire in the story of an American dancer falling for a young Englishwoman. It was directed by George Stevens in 1937.
A Ghost In Monte Carlo
A Ghost In Monte Carlo is a romantic drama starring Lysette Anthony, Sarah Miles and Oliver Reed. It is set in France in the 19th century where a girl is used as a pawn in the schemes of her aunt. Directed by John Hough.
A Killer among Us
A Killer among Us is a crime drama starring Jasmine Guy and Dwight Schultz in a story about a man appearing in court charged with murdering his wife, and one juror's investigations to prove his innocence. It was directed by Peter Levin in 1990.
A Matter Of Life And Death A Matter Of Life And Death is a fantasy drama starring David Niven and Kim Hunter. It tells the story of an aircraft pilot who should have been killed after bailing out, but lives and falls in love with an American girl. Directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger.
A Matter Of Wife...And Death A Matter Of Wife...And Death is a thriller starring Rod Taylor as a private detective investigating the death of a minor criminal and then getting caught up in a gambling operation. Directed by Marvin J Chomsky.
A Mom for Christmas A Mom for Christmas is a fantasy drama starring Olivia Newton-John and Douglas Sheehan in a story about a store mannequin who comes to life and befriends a young girl who lives with her widowed father. It was directed by George Miller in 1990.
A Night At The Opera A Night At The Opera is a comedy starring the Marx Brothers in a story about getting a rich woman to invest in an opera. It was directed by Sam Wood in 1935.
A Night To Remember A Night To Remember is an epic drama starring Kenneth More. It is the story of the sinking of the Titanic, as seen through the eyes of its second officer. Directed by Roy Baker.
A Stolen Life A Stolen Life is a melodrama starring Bette Davis and Glenn Ford. It tells of a retiring young artist who falls for a lighthouse inspector. Directed by Curtis Bernhardt.
A Ticket To Tomahawk A Ticket To Tomahawk is a comedy western starring Dan Dailey and Anne Baxter. It is the story of a stagecoach company trying to stop a railroad from running on time. Directed by Richard Sale.
A Time to Heal A Time to Heal is an emotional drama starring Nicollette Sheridan and Gary Cole. It is based on a true story in which a wife and mother suffers a stroke just before giving birth to her son.
A Woman's Secret A Woman's Secret is a crime drama starring Melvyn Douglas and Maureen O'Hara in a tale of a radio singer's murder and her benefactor's dubious confession to the murder. It was directed in 1949 by Nicholas Ray.
Absolute Beginners Absolute Beginners is a musical set in 1950's London. It stars Eddie O'Connell, Patsy Kensit and David Bowie in a story of racism. Directed by Julien Temple in 1986. Rated 15.
Ace Of Aces Ace Of Aces is a first world war drama about a sculptor who is pressured into joining up despite his pacsifist ideals. It stars Richard Dix. Directed by J Walter Ruben.
After Hours After Hours is a black comedy starring Griffin Dunne on a nightmarish outing in New York one evening. After Hours is rated 15 and is directed by Martin Scorsese.
After Midnight After Midnight is a drama set in a Dublin hotel. It stars Saeed Jaffrey and Hayley Mills. Directed by Shani Grewal.
After the Fox After the Fox is a comedy starring Peter Sellers and Victor Mature in a story about an infamous Italian conman attempting an outrageous bullion robbery on escaping from jail.
Airplane! Airplane! is a comedy disaster spoof starring Robert Hays, Julie Hagerty and Leslie Nielsen in a story about an eccentric collection of passengers on a doomed airline flight. It was directed by Jim Abrahams, David Zucker and Jerry Zucker in 1980.
Airport 77 Airport 77 is a disaster drama starring Jack Lemmon and Lee Grant in a story about a luxury airliner crashing into the ocean. It was directed by Jerry Jameson.
All Creatures Great and Small All Creatures Great and Small is a comedy drama starring Simon Ward and Anthony Hopkins in a story based upon James Herriot's vet stories. It is set in the 1930s in a small Yorkshire village where a London vet arrives to work. It was directed by Claude Whatham in 1974.
All Dogs Go To Heaven All Dogs Go To Heaven is a Walt Disney animated children's story about an orphan girl befriended by a caring hound.
All The Vermeers In New York All The Vermeers In New York is a romantic drama about a struggling French actress and a burnt-out New York broker building a tentative relationship based upon their common love of the works of the painter Jan Vermeer. It stars Emmanuelle Chaulet and Stephen Lack. Directed by John Jost.
Almost An Angel Almost An Angel is a comedy starring Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski. It tells of a street-wise thief who is killed saving a child's life, and as such is made an apprentice angel and sent back to earth to help out. Directed by John Cornell.
Andre Andre is a family adventure starring Keith Carradine in the story of a Harbour Master in Maine taking in an orphan seal pup. It was directed by George Miller in 1994.
Angel in exile Angel In exile is a western starring John Carroll and Adele Mara. It was directed by Allan Dwan in 1948. It is the story of a man released from prison who travels to Mexico to collect his hidden stash of gold in a disussed mine.
Ann Vickers Ann Vickers is a melodrama about a social worker improving prison conditions. It stars Irene Dunne, Bruce Cabot and Walter Huston. Directed by John Cromwell.
Anne of the Thousand Days Anne of the Thousand Days is a period drama about Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. It stars Richard Burton and Genevieve Bujold.
Annie Oakley Annie Oakley is a western telling the story of the celebrated sharpshooter. It stars Barbara Stanwyck. Directed by George Stevens.
Apology For Murder Apology For Murder is a thriller starring Lesley Ann Warren and Peter Weller. It is the tale of a concept artist who places an anonymous advertisement requesting confessions of criminals and wrong-doers. She intends to use the material in her work, but instead finds herself in danger. Directed by Robert Bierman.
April in Paris April in Paris is a musical starring Doris Day and Ray Bolger about a singer who finds herself mistakenly appearing at the Paris Arts Festival, where she falls in love with the festival director.
Arsene Lupin Returns Arsene Lupin Returns is a comedy thriller starring Melvyn Douglas and Warren William in a tale of a legendary gentleman jewel thief. It was directed in 1938 by George Fitzmaurice.
Baby Face Baby Face is a drama starring Barbara Stanwyck in the story of a barmaid heading to New York after the killing of her father. It was directed by Alfred E Green in 1933.
Bachelor Mother Bachelor Mother is a comedy about a shop assistant who comes across an abandoned baby and is presumed by everyone to be its mother. It stars Ginger Rogers and David Niven.
Back to Bataan Back to Bataan is a Second World War drama starring John Wayne and Anthony Quinn about the struggles of the Filipino army and resistance movement following the Japanese capture of the Bataan Peninsular.
Back to School Back to School is a comedy about a middle-aged millionaire who goes back to college. It stars Rodney Dangerfield, Keith Gordon and Sally Kellerman. It was directed by Alan Metter in 1986. It is rated 15.
Battle Hymn Battle Hymn is a drama starring Rock Hudson as a Second World War pilot who becomes a minister. Battle Hymn is directed by Douglas Sirk.
Bay Coven Bay Coven is a supernatural movie starring Tim Matheson and Pamela Sue Martin as a young married couple moving to a coastal community of devil worshippers. Directed by Carl Schenkel.
Beau Brummell Beau Brummell is an historical drama starring Stewart Granger and Elizabeth Taylor in the story of Beau Brummell. It was directed by Curtis Bernhardt in 1954.
Beau Ideal Beau Ideal is an adventure starring Franck McCormack and Isobel Brandon. It is set around the French Foreign Legion. Directed by Herbert Brenon.
Best Seller Best Seller is a thriller about a LA cop whose life is saved by a stranger, and then is expected to collaborate on the stranger's biography entitled "confessions of a corporate killer". It stars Brian Dennehy and James Woods. Directed by John Flynn.
Betrayal From The East Betrayal From The East is a war drama starring Lee Tracy, Nancy Kelly and Richard Loo. It is the story of a former soldier embroiled in espionage as the army tries to outwit a Japanese spy ring in the months before the bombing of Pearl Harbour. Directed by William Berke.
Beyond The Curtain Beyond The Curtain is a Cold War Thriller set in East Germany where a plane carrying a defecting air hostess crash lands. Beyond The Curtain stars Richard Greene and Eva Bartok and is directed by Compton Bennet.
Birdman Of Alcatraz Birdman Of Alcatraz is a drama loosely based upon a true story. It stars Burt Lancaster and Karl Malden in a story of a prisoner in Alcatraz prison who heals a sick bird that flies into his cell. Directed by John Frankenheimer.
Blonde Fist Blonde Fist is a drama starring Margi Clarke and Carroll Baker. It is the story of a boxer's daughter struggling to make a life for herself in recession-ridden Liverpool. Directed by Frank Clarke.
Bloodsuckers Bloodsuckers is a horror story starring Patrick Macnee and Peter Cushing. It is the story of a satanic cult. Directed by Robert Hartford-Davis.
Body And Soul Body And Soul is a sports drama starring John Garfield as a champion boxer and Lilli Palmer. Directed by Robert Rossen.
Bonanza: The Next Generation Bonanza: The Next Generation is a dreary western based upon the successful TV series; Bonanza. It stars John Ireland and Robert Fuller. Directed by William F Claxton.
Boom in the Moon Boom in the Moon is a comedy starring Buster Keaton as a US soldier shipwrecked in Mexico, and mistaken for the pirate Bluebeard. Directed by Jaime Salvador.
Born Free Born Free is a wildlife film about Joy Adamson and her husband, the two Kenyan game wardens who raise three lion cubs. Born Free is rated U and directed by James Hill.
Brainstorm Brainstorm is a sci-fi thriller starring Christopher Walken and Natalie Wood in a story about two scientists who invent a device which can record human sensory experiences. It was directed in 1983 by Douglas Trumbull.
Buffalo Bill Buffalo Bill is the highly fictionalised account of the life and loves of William Cody. It stars Joel McCrea and Maureen O'Hara. Directed by William A Wellman.
Cactus Cactus is a drama about a woman who loses the sight in one eye. It stars Isabelle Huppert. Directed by Paul Cox.
Cahill - United States Marshal Cahill - United States Marshal is a western about a US Marshal who discovers that his sons have taken part in a bank robbery. It stars John Wayne. Directed by Andrew V McLaglen in 1973.
Call To Glory Call To Glory is a family drama starring Craig T Nelson. It is the story of a US Air Force colonel considering the implications for his family when he is faced with an important career decision.
Caluga O Menta Caluga O Menta is a film about young unemployed drifters in post-revolution Chile. It stars Mauricio Vega and Aldo Parodi. It was directed by Gonzalo Justiniano in 1990.
Carnival of Souls Carnival of Souls is a horror film starring Candace Hilligoss and Herk Harvey in a story about the sole survivor of a car accident being plagued by strange and horrifying visions. It was directed by Herk Harvey in 1962.
Carry On - Don't Lose Your Head Carry On - Don't Lose Your Head is a comedy take-off of the story of the Scarlet Pimpernel starring Sidmey James, Kenneth Williams, Jim Dale and Charles Hawtrey. It was directed by Gerald Thomas in 1966.
Carry on Loving Carry on Loving is a comedy starring Sidney James, Kenneth Williams, Charles Hawtrey and Terry Scott in a story about a dating agency. It was directed by Gerald Thomas in 1970.
Casino Royale Casino Royale is a James Bond spoof starring David Niven, Peter Sellers and Ursula Andress in a tale of agent 007 having retired but being called back into service following the assasination of M. It was directed in 1967 by John Huston, Ken Hughes, Val Guest, Robert Parrish and Joe McGrath.
Casulties Of War Casulties Of War is a brutal war film portraying the dehumanising nature of war. It stars Michael J Fox and Sean Penn as American soldiers in Vietnam who kidnap and rape a Vietnamese girl and the resulting cover up. Casulties Of War is rated 18 and directed by Brian DePalma.
Cattle Empire Cattle Empire is a western starring Joel McCrea in a story about a trail boss in conflict with his hired hands. It was directed in 1958 by Charles Marquis Warren.
Charley Moon Charley Moon is a musical starring Max Bygraves and Dennis Price. It is the story of a small-time music hall performer getting a break in the West End. Directed by Guy Hamilton.
Child In The Night Child In The Night is a thriller starring JoBeth Williams as a psychologist helping police when a child is the only witness to a murder. Directed by Mike Robe.
Circle of Deception Circle of Deception is a Second World War drama starring Suzy Parker and Bradford Dillman. It is the story of a former British Intelligence Officer recalling his time during the war when he was duped into giving the Nazis false information. Directed by Jack Lee in 1960.
Citizen Kane Citizen Kane is the story of press-boss Kane's rise and fall. It stars Orson Welles, Joseph Cotten and Everett Sloane. It was directed by Orson Welles in 1941.
Clear and Present Danger Clear and Present Danger is a political thriller starring Harrison Ford and Willem Dafoe in a story about a man asked to investigate the murder of the US President's friend only to come up against a Colombian drugs cartel and corrupt government officials. It was directed by Philip Noyce in 1994.
Close Encounters of the Third Kind Close Encounters of the Third Kind is a science-fiction drama starring Richard Dreyfuss and Francois Truffaut in a story about a spaceship landing in Indiana. It was directed by Steven Spielberg in 1977.
Coming To America Coming To America is a satirical comedy starring Eddie Murphy as an African prince travelling to America incognito to find a wife who will love him for himself. Coming To America is rated 15 and directed by John Landis.
Confidential Confidential is a crime drama starring Donald Cook and Evalyn Knapp. It tells the story of an FBI agent who goes undercover to track down a public enemy. Directed by Edward L Cahn.
Copacabana Copacabana is a musical commedy starring Groucho Marx and Carmen Miranda. It tells of a theatrical agent trying to get his client two jobs at the same night club. Directed by Alfred E Green.
Countess Dracula Countess Dracula is a horror story about an ageing Hungarian countess who discovers that the blood of young maidens can rejuvinate her skin. It stars Ingrid Pitt, Nigel Green and Lesley-Anne Down. Directed by Peter Sasdy.
Crack Up Crack Up is a mystery about a museum official caught up in a sinister plot. It stars Pat O'Brien. Directed by Irving Reis.
Creole Creole is a musical about a New Orleans night club singer who is drawn into a life of crime, but finds his singing talent in demand. It stars Elvis Presley, Carolyn Jones and Dolores Hart. Directed by Michael Curtiz in 1958.
Crime Ring Crime Ring is a crime drama about a journalist who breaks a fortune-telling racket. It stars Allan Lane. Directed by Leslie Goodwins.
Critical Condition Critical Condition is a comedy starring Richard Pryor, Joe Mantegna and Ruben Blades in a story about a criminal sent to prison who convinces the authorities that he is insane. Directed by Michael Apted in 1987. Rated 15.
Crocodile Dundee Crocodile Dundee is a comedy adventure starring Paul Hogan and Linda Kozlowski in a story of an Australian folk hero - Mick Dundee, brought back to New York by a glamorous American reporter. It was directed by Peter Faiman in 1986. A sequel followed - Crocodile Dundee II.
Crossplot Crossplot is a spy drama starring Roger Moore directed in 1969 by Alvin Rakoff.
Dance Academy Dance Academy is a dance drama starring Tony Dean Fields about a student ballet dancer determined to bring his own style to the curriculum. It was directed in 1988 by Ted Mather.
Dance Girl, Dance Dance Girl, Dance is a musical starring Lucille Ball as a woman who wants to be a serious dancer. Directed by Dorothy Arzner.
Dangerous Corner Dangerous Corner is a drama starring Melvyn Douglas and Conrad Nagel in an adaptation of J B Priestley's play about a group of people drawn into making a series of damaging confessions. Directed by Phil Rosen.
Dark Command Dark Command is a western starring John Wayne and Walter Pidgeon. A Kansas marshal sets out after a pro-slavery guerrilla who is leading a campaign of terror in pre-Civil War Kansas. Directed by Raoul Walsh.
Daughter of Darkness Daughter of Darkness is a horror film starring Anthony Perkins and Mia Sara in a tale of vampires in Romania. Directed by Stuart Gordon in 1989.
David Copperfield David Copperfield is a drama based upon the book by Charles Dickens. It stars WC Fields and Lionel Barrymore in the story of David Copperfield whose happy life changes when his mother meets a new man. It was directed by George Cukor in 1935.
Deadbolt Deadbolt is a thriller starring Justine Bateman and Adam Baldwin about a student with a nightmare of a room mate. It was directed in 1992 by Douglas Jackson.
Deadly Surveillance Deadly Surveillance is an American cop drama. It stars Michael Ironside and Christopher Bondy. It is the story of two cops who answer a burglaty-in-progress call and get caught up in the world of drug dealers. It was directed by Paul Ziller in 1991.
Death Train Death Train is an action thriller starring Pierce Brosnan and Patrick Stewart in a story about a hijacked train with a nuclear bomb on board. It was directed by David S Jackson in 1993.
Decoration Day Decoration Day is a drama starring James Garner as a retired judge devastated by his wife's death who emerges from his reclusive existence to try to persuade a friend and Second World War veteran to accept a medal he has long refused. It was directed by Robert Markowitz in 1990.
Dentist In The Chair Dentist In The Chair is a comedy starring Bob Monkhouse, Peggy Cummins, Kenneth Connor and Eric Barker. It is the tale of two dental students involved in a series of misadventures when they buy stolen dental equipment. Directed by Don Chaffey.
Destination Murder Destination Murder is a thriller starring Joyce MacKenzie and Stanley Clements. Directed by Edward L Cahn.
Destry Rides Again Destry Rides Again is a comedy western starring James Stewart and Marlene Dietrich in a story about a mild mannered lawman called in to clean up a lawless town. It was directed by George Marshall in 1939.
Diary Of A Madman Diary Of A Madman is a horror story starring Vincent Price about a magistrate being posessed by an evil spirit. Directed by Reginald Le Borg.
Dinner at Eight Dinner at Eight is a comedy drama starring Jean Harlow in a story about a socialite ignoring her husband's problems and throwing a dinner party. It was directed by George Cukor in 1933.
Do You Remember Love Do You Remember Love is a drama about a family coping wiyj Alzheimer's disease. It stars Joanne Woodward and Richard Kiley. Directed by Jeff Bleckner.
Doctor Doolittle Doctor Doolittle is a musical starring Rex Harrison in the story of Doctor Doolittle who learns animal dialects from his parrot and his search of the South-Seas for the giant pink sea snail. It was directed by Richard Fleischer in 1967.
Doctor in the House Doctor in the House is a comedy starring Dirk Bogarde and Kenneth More as two irrepressible medical students. It was directed by Ralph Thomas in 1954.
Don't Talk to Strangers Don't Talk to Strangers is a thriller starring Shanna reed and Pierce Brosnan in a story about a divorcee who remarries and then finds her son has gone missing. It was directed in 1994 by Robert Lewis.
Dracula - Prince of Darkness Dracula - Prince of Darkness is a horror film starring Christopher Lee in a story about a group of English tourists stranded in the shadow of a castle in the Carpathian mountains. It was directed by Terence Fisher in 1965.
Dream Lover Dream Lover is a psychological thriller starring Kirsty McNichol and Ben Masters in a story of an intruder breaking into a lady's apartment and her subsequent recurring nightmares. It was directed in 1986 by Alan J Pakula.
Drop Dead Darling Drop Dead Darling is a sex comedy starring Tony Curtis as a conman, and Zsa Zsa Gabor as a rich widow. Directed by Ken Hughes.
Duel At Silver Creek Duel At Silver Creek is a western starring Audie Murphy and Stephen McNally. It tells the story of cowboy cutthroats terrorising a small frontier town. Directed by Don Siegel.
Easy To Love Easy To Love is a musical starring Esther Williams in a story about a woman determined to get her workaholic boss' mind off work and onto romance. It was directed by Charles Walters in 1953.
Ebbie Ebbie is a fantasy drama starring Susan Lucci and Wendy Crewson in a story about a department-store executive who must face her past, present and future to regain the kind heart she lost in getting to the top of her career. It is a modern version of Dicken's 'A christmas carol'. It was directed by George Kaczender in 1995.
Echo Park Echo Park is a comedy starring Tom Hulce and Susan Dey as a Los Angeles actress caught between several very different men. Directed by Robert Dornhelm in 1985.
Electric Moon Electric Moon is a satirical drama about a declining Indian royal family exploiting western tourists visiting their holiday lodge. It stars Naseeruddin Shah and Leela Naidu. Directed by Pradip Krishen.
Enchantment Enchantment is a romantic drama starring David Niven and Teresa Wright. It is set in wartime London and tells of a retired general's love affair which spanned 50 years. Directed by Irving Reis.
Faces Faces is a drama starring John Marley about the breakdown of a California middle-class marriage. Faces is directed by John Cassavetes.
Far From The Madding Crowd Far From The Madding Crowd is an adaptation of the novel by Thomas Hardy. It is a drama centered around a country girl and the thre men in her life. It stars Julie Christie and Terence Stamp. Directed by John Schlesinger.
Fashions of 1934 Fashions of 1934 is a musical comedy starring Bette Davis and William Powell in a story about an American fashion designer taking extreme measures to discover the latest Paris creations. It was directed by William Dieterle in 1934.
Fatherland Fatherland is a political drama set in Germany before reunification. It stars Gerulf Pannach and Fabienne Babe. Directed by Ken Loach.
Favourite Son Favourite Son is a thriller starring Robert Loggia, Harry Hamlin and Linda Kozlowski. It is the story of a veteran FBI agent investigating the assassination of a Nicaraguan Contra leader at a Washington press conference. Directed by Jeff Bleckner in 1988.
Fighting Father Dunne Fighting Father Dunne is a drama about a catholic priest trying to start a home for newspaper delivery boys in America. It stars Pat O'Brien. Directed by Ted Tetzlaff.
First Man Into Space First Man Into Space is a sci-fi thriller starring Marla Landi in the story of an astronaut who returns to earth with an alien impregnated in his body. It was directed by Robert Day in 1958.
Fist Fist is a drama starring Sylvester Stallone and Rod Steiger. It is the story of an American trucker in 1930s America and the corruption within the union. Directed by Norman Jewison.
Flight of the Intruder Flight of the Intruder is a Vietnam war drama starring Brad Johnson, Danny Glover and Willem Dafoe in a tale about a hot-shot navy pilot. Directed by John Milius in 1991.
Flying Leathernecks Flying Leathernecks is a Second World War action drama starring John Wayne as a tough commander of a squadron of US Marine Corps fighter pilots in the Japanese campaign. It was directed in 1951 by Nicholas Ray.
Footlight Parade Footlight Parade is a musical starring James Cagney and Joan Blondell in a story about talking pictures putting a musical producer out of work and his efforts to recapture his fame. It was directed by Lloyd Bacon and Busby Berkeley in 1933.
Forty Guns To Apache Pass Forty Guns To Apache Pass is a western starring Audie Murphy and Michael Burns. Directed by William Witney.
Freaky Friday Freaky Friday is a children's comedy starring Shelley Long in a story about a mother and daughter who swop bodies one day. It was directed by Melanie Mayron in 1995.
Freejack Freejack is a science fiction adventure starring Emilio Estevez as a racing driver transported into the future by an accident where he becomes the subject of a psycho-surgery experiment and the target for bounty hunters. Freejack is rated 15 and directed by Geoff Murphy.
From This Day Forward From This Day Forward is a drama starring Joan Fontaine and Mark Stevens. It is the story of a war hero returning home and remembering his life. Directed by John Berry.
Front Page Woman Front Page Woman is a comedy starring Bette Davis and George Brent in a story about a lady newspaper columnist trying to prove her journalistic abilities. It was directed by Michael Curtiz in 1935.
Ghoulies Ghoulies is a comedy horror film. It stars Peter Liapis and Lisa Pelikan. It is the story of a Satanist who conjures up a horde of devilish creatures. It was directed by Luca Bercovici in 1985.
Give Us Tomorrow Give Us Tomorrow is a thriller starring Sylvia Syms and Derren Nesbitt. It is the story of a bank manager whose family are taken hostage as part of a bank robbery. Directed by Donovan Winter.
Gold Diggers of 1933 Gold Diggers Of 1933 is a Busby Berkeley musical starring Dick Powell. It is the story of a producer and 3 out-of-work dancers who team up to put on a show. Directed by Mervyn LeRoy.
Gremlins Gremlins is a black comedy starring Zach Galligan and Phoebe Cates about a boy bought a cute animal called a mogwai for christmas. When a mogwai gets wet it reproduces, and if they eat after midnight they turn into psychopathic monsters. It was directed in 1984 by Joe Dante.
Gypsy Colt Gypsy Colt is a family drama about a family having to sell their daughter's pony. It was directed in 1954 by Andrew Marton.
Hands Of The Ripper Hands Of The Ripper is a horror film starring Eric Porter and Angharad Rees. The daughter of Jack the Ripper fears she is being lured to commit murder by her father and consults a psychiatrist for help. Directed by Peter Sasdy.
Harvey Harvey is a comedy starring James Stewart and Josephine Hull in the story of an invisible, giant white rabbit who is the contstant companion of an alcoholic. It was directed by Henry Koster in 1950.
Heart of a Champion Heart of a Champion is biographical drama about Ray Mancini. It stars Robert Blake and Doug McKeon. It was directed by Richard Michaels in 1985.
Heat Heat is a thriller starring Robert De Niro and Al Pacino in the story of a detective determined to catch a master criminal. It was directed by Michael Mann in 1995.
Heaven Tonight Heaven Tonight is the tale of an ageing '60s rock star trying to recapture the fame and glory of his youth. It stars John Waters, Kim Gyngell and Rebecca Gilling. It was directed by Pino Amenta in 1987.
Heavenly Pursuits Heavenly Pursuits is a comedy starring Tom Conti and Helen Mirren. It is the story of a teacher at a catholic school for backward children. Directed by Charles Gormley.
Hell In The Pacific Hell In The Pacific is a second world war drama starring Lee Marvin and Toshiro Mifune. It tells of an American and a Japanese officer stranded together on an uninhabited pacific island. Directed by John Boorman.
Henry V Henry V is a screen adaptation of Shakespeares play starring Kenneth Branagh and Emma Thompson. It was directed by Kenneth Branagh in 1989.
Here We Go Again Here We Go Again is a comedy sequel to Look Who's Laughing. It stars Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy.
History Of The World Part 1 History Of The World Part 1 is a comedy starring Mel Brooks, Dom DeLuise and Madeline Kahn. It is Mel Brooks irreverent view of world history up to the French Revolution. Directed by Mel Brooks.
Homer and Eddie Homer and Eddie is a tale about mental illness starring Whoopi Goldberg and James Belushi. It was directed by Andrei Konchalovsky in 1989.
Honey, I Shrunk the Kids Honey, I Shrunk the Kids is a Disney comedy fantasy starring Rick Moranis in the story about an inventor who accidentally reduces his children and those of his neighbour to microscopic size. It was directed by Joe Johnston in 1989.
Hook Hook is a Steven Spielberg adaptation of the book Peter Pan. It stars Dustin Hoffman, Robin Williams, Julia Roberts and Bob Hoskins. It was directed by Steven Spielberg in 1991.
Hornet's Nest Hornet's Nest is a Second World War drama about an American commando rescued by a group of Italian partisan children in occupied Italy. It stars Rock Hudson and Sylva Koscina.
How the West Was Won How the West Was Won is a western starring James Stewart, John Wayne and Gregory Peck in the story of a New England farmer heading west with his family in the 1830s. It was directed by John Ford, Henry Hathaway, George Marshall and Richard Thorpe in 1962.
Hustle Hustle is a police thriller. It stars Burt Reynolds and Catherine Deneuve. It is the story of a cop and a call girl who plan to escape from the world of hustling. Hustle was directed by Robert Aldrich in 1975.
I Dream Too Much I Dream Too Much is a musical comedy starring Henry Fonda and Lily Pons in a stroy about a singer married to a struggling composer. Directed by John Cromwell.
I Love You To Death I Love You To Death is a comedy thriller starring Tracey Ullman as the wife who tries to murder her womanising husband, played by Kevin Kline. I Love You To Death is rated 15 and is directed by Lawrence Kasdan.
Indiscreet Indiscreet is a romantic comedy starring Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman. It is the story of a famous actress who falls for an American diplomat who doesn't want to know. Directed by Stanley Donen.
Innocents in Paris Innocents in Paris is a comedy about several different British people having a weekend in Paris. It stars Alastair Sim, Margart Rutherford, Ronald Shiner, Jimmy Edwards. It was directed by Gordon Parry in 1953.
Interlude Interlude is a melodrama starring June Allyson who falls for a married conductor. Interlude is directed by Douglas Sirk.
Invasion of the Saucer Men Invasion of the Saucer Men is a comedy science-fiction film from 1957 directed by Edward L Cahn about a pair of newly-weds who accidentally run over an alien and unleash a reign of revenge and terror.
Isle Of The Dead Isle Of The Dead is a horror film starring Boris Karloff. It tells of a Greek general investigating the disappearance of his late wife's body from its grave on a Greek island. Directed by Mark Robson.
It Happened One Night It Happened One Night is a comedy starring Claudette Colbert and Clark Gable in a story about a journalist who meets an heiress on the run from her father. It was directed in 1934 by Frank Capra.
It's All Happening It's All Happening is a musical starring Tommy Steele as a record company scout who uses his contacts to put on a charity concert to raise money for his old orphanage. Directed by Don Sharp.
It's Great To Be Young It's Great To Be Young is a comedy starring John Mills and Cecil Parker in the story of a popular teacher sacked for supporting a school band. Directed by Cyril Frankel.
Ivanhoe Ivanhoe is an historical adventure about a knight figting to secure the release of imprisoned King Richard, despite resistance from the evil Prince John. It stars Robert Taylor and Elizabeth Taylor. Directed by Richard Thorpe.
Jabberwocky Jabberwocky is a grotesque comedy adaptation of Lewis Carroll's poem. Set in medieval Europe it stars Michael Palin as a gormless hero who is mistaken for a prince and sets off to slay a monster so awful that the local peasants would rather catch the plague than meet it. Jabberwocky is rated PG and directed by Terry Gilliam.
Jack the Giant Killer Jack the Giant Killer is a fantasy starring Kerwin Matthews in a story about a Cornish warlord kidnapping the kings daughter in a bid for the throne. It was directed by Nathan Juran in 1962.
Jacob's Ladder Jacob's Ladder is a thriller about a man either in Vietnam experiencing death traumas, or in America experiencing hallucinations at the hands of a military drug experiment. Tim Robbins plays the lead character - Jacob Singer. The plot is convulted and complex. Jacob's Ladder is rated 18 and directed by Adrian Lyne.
Jaws Jaws is a horror film based on the book of the same name, and starring Roy Schneider and Robert Shaw. It is about a shark terrorising bathers at an American beach. It was directed in 1975 by Steven Spielberg.
Jericho Fever Jericho Fever is a thriller starring Stephanie Zimbalist in a tale of terrorists stealing a deadly virus. It was directed in 1993 by Sandor Stern.
Joey Boy Joey Boy is a comedy set in the second world war. It stars Harry H Corbett and Stanley Baxter as a pair of petty crooks who join the army rather than go to prison. Directed by Frank Launder.
Jumbo Jumbo is a musical comedy starring Doris Day and Jimmy Durante in a story of a small circus struggling to survive against a ruthless rival. Directed by Charles Walters.
Jurassic Park Jurassic Park is a fantasy adventure starring Sam Neil, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum in a tale of a dinosaur park with real dinosaurs. It was directed by Steven Spielberg in 1993.
Keoma Keoma is a spaghetti western starring Franco Nero in a story about a man returning home after the American Civil War and the conflicts in his family. It was directed by Enzo G Castellari in 1976.
Key Largo Key Largo is a gangster film starring Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall about an exiled and notorious gangster who terrorises the occupants of a Florida Hotel.
Kind Hearts and Coronets Kind Hearts and Coronets is an Ealing comedy starring Dennis Price, Valerie Hobson, Joan Greenwood and Alec Guiness in the story of the distant heir to a dukedom setting out to murder those who stand between him and his inheritance. It was directed by Robert Hamer in 1949.
King Creole King Creole is a musical about a New Orleans night club singer who is drawn into a life of crime. It stars Elvis Presley. Directed by Michael Curtiz in 1958.
Kipps Kipps is a comedy based upon H G well's novel about a shop assistant who inherits a fortune. It stars Michael Redgrave and Phyllis Calvert. It was directed by Carol Reed in 1941.
Knocks At My Door Knocks At My Door is a drama about two Latin American nuns giving refuge to an escaped prisoner. Directed by Alenjandro Saderman.
La Bamba La Bamba is a musical biopic about Richie Valens, the first Hispanic pop star, who was killed in the same plane crash as Buddy Holly. Lou Diamond Philips stars in the lead role. La Bamba is rated 15 and directed by Luis Valdez.
La Reine Margot La Reine Margot is an historical drama starring Isabelle Adjani, Daniel Auteuil and Jean-Hugues Anglade. The story is set in 16th century Paris and tells of the Catholic Marguerite de Valois forced into a political marriage to Protestant Henri of Navarre. It was directed by Patrice Chereau in 1994.
Lady in the Lake Lady in the Lake is a crime drama starring Robert Montgomery as private detective Philip Marlowe in a missing-persons investigation. It was directed by Robert Montgomery in 1947.
Ladyhawke Ladyhawke is a fantasy adventure starring Michelle Pfeiffer and Rutger Hauer as two cursed lovers in a violent Middle Ages. Directed by Richard Donner.
Lassie the Voyager Lassie the Voyager is a family drama starring the welsh border collie in a story about the dog pursuing her master who has gone on a voyage without her. It was directed in 1966 by Dick Moder and Jack B Hively.
Last Rites Last Rites is a thriller starring Tom Berenger as a man who escapes his family's Mafia past for a life in the church. He is drawn back when he is asked to administer the Last Rites for a murdered mobster. The film was directed by Donald P Bellisario in 1988.
Le Mans Le Mans is a motor-racing drama starring Steve McQueen and Siegfried Rauch. It is the story of a team taking part in the Le Mans motor race. Directed by Lee H Katzin.
Leather Jackets Leather Jackets is the story of three young people looking for a way out of their brutal urban existence. It stars DB Sweeney, Bridget Fonda and Cary Elwes. It was directed by Lee Drysdale in 1990.
Let The Balloon Go Let The Balloon Go is a drama set in Australia in 1917. It tells of a handicapped boy struggling to assert his independence. It stars Robert Bettles and Jan Kingsbury. Directed by Oliver Howes.
Li'l Abner Li'l Abner is a musical comedy directed by Melvin Frank and starring Peter Palmer and Stubby kaye.
Like Father, Like Son Like Father, Like Son is a comedy starring Dudley Moore as a heart surgeon who after drinking an indian potion finds his mind switched with that of his student son. It was directed by Rod Daniel.
Lock-Up Lock-Up is a prison adventure starring Sylvester Stallone as a model prisoner brutalised by a sadistic warden. Lock-Up is rated 18 and is directed by John Flynn.
Lonely Hearts Lonely Hearts is a drama about a man who joins a lonely hearts club in Australia. It stars Wendy Hughes and Norman Kaye. Directed by Paul Cox.
Look for the Silver Lining Look for the Silver Lining is a musical about the life of Marilyn Miller. It stars June Haver, Gordon MacRae and Ray Bolger. Directed by David Butler.
Look Who's Laughing Look Who's Laughing is a comedy starring Edgar Bergen and Charlie McCarthy. It was directed by Allan Dwan in 1941.
Look Who's Talking Now! Look Who's Talking Now! is a family comedy starring John Travolta and Kirsty Alley. It was directed by Tom Ropelewski in 1993.
Love at First Bite Love at First Bite is a horror spoof starring George Hamilton and Susan Saint James in a story about Dracula, evicted from Transylvania, heading for New York to find the woman of his dreams. It was directed by Stan Dragoti in 1979.
Love Streams Love Streams is a drama about an author researching a book on prostitutes and a woman undergoing psychiatric treatment to help her through her divorce. It stars Gena Rowlands and John Cassavetes. Directed by John Cassavetes.
Lust for a Vampire Lust for a Vampire is a horror film starring Ralph Bates and Yutte Stensgaard in a story about a female vampire at a finishing school in Transylvania. It was directed by Jimmy Sangster in 1970.
Mad About Men Mad About Men is a romantic comedy starring Glynis Johns as a mermaid who swaps places with a teacher so that she can pursue her romantic ambitions. Directed by Ralph Thomas.
Madame Butterfly Madame Butterfly is an adaptation of Puccini's opera. It stars Ying Huang and Richard Troxell in the story of an American sailor and his relationship with a Japanese Geisha girl in 1904. It was directed by Frederic Mitterand in 1995.
Magee And The Lady Magee And The Lady is a romantic adventure starring Tony Lo Bianco and Sally Kellerman. It is the story of a ship's captain who to save his ship from repossession travels across the Australian bush, kidnapping an unwilling ally on the way. Directed by Gene Levitt.
Margie Margie is a musical comedy starring Jeanne Crain and Glenn Langan. It tells of a woman remembering a youthful romance as she tells her daughter stories of growing up in the 1920s. Directed by Henry King.
MASH MASH is a black comedy about an American mobile army surgical hospital in the Korean war. It stars Donald Southerland, Eliott Gould, Robert Duvall and Gary Burghoff. Directed by Robert Altman.
Matt Houston Matt Houston is a thriller about a rich Texan who takes up crime detection as a hobby. It stars Lee Horsley and Pamela Hensley. It was directed by Richard Lang in 1982.
Miracle Of Morgan's Creek Miracle Of Morgan's Creek is a comedy starring Eddie Bracken and Betty Hutton. It is the story of a girl who cannot resist a man in uniform, and who wakes up one morning to find she is married to a soldier whose name she can't remember. Directed by Preston Sturges.
Miracle on 34th Street Miracle on 34th Street is a Christmas fantasy starring Maureen O'Hara, John Payne and Edmund Gwenn in a story about an elderly gentleman offering his services as a department store Santa. It was directed by George Seaton in 1947.
Mirrors Mirrors is a drama about a precocious young ballerina arriving in New York looking for stardom. It stars Marguerite Hickey and Timothy Daly. Directed by Harry Winer.
Monsieur Verdoux Monsieur Verdoux is a comedy starring Charlie Chaplin. It was directed by Charlie Chaplin in 1947.
Moonstruck Moonstruck is a romantic comedy about a dowdy widow trying to patch up the realtionship between her fiancee and his brother. It stars Cher, Nicolas Cage and Olympia Dukakis. Directed by Norman Jewison.
Mortal Thoughts Mortal Thoughts is a thriller starring Demi Moore and Gienne Headly in a story about a beauty salon owner whose friend is interrogated about the murder of her friend's husband. It was directed by Alan Rudolph in 1991.
Mr Perrin and Mr Traill Mr Perrin and Mr Traill is a drama about teaching at a boys school. It stars Marius Goring and David Farrar. Directed by Lawrence Huntington.
Mrs Miniver Mrs Miniver is a drama starring Greer Garson and Walter Pidgeon in the story of how an ordinary woman becomes a quiet heroine on the home front during the Second World War. It was directed by William Wyler in 1942.
Murder By Night Murder By Night is a crime thriller about an amnesia victim who is haunted by recurring nightmares after he discovers that he is the sole witness to a murder. It stars Robert Urich. Directed by Paul Lynch in 1989.
Murder on the Blackboard Murder on the Blackboard is a Hildegarde Withers mystery starring Edna May Oliver as a schoolteacher helping to solve the mystery of the murder of a fellow schoolteacher. It was directed in 1932 by George Archainbauld.
My Favourite Spy My Favourite Spy is a musical comedy starring Jane Wyman and Kay Kyser. A band leader postpones his honeymoon in order to catch spies! Directed by Tay Garnett.
My First Wife My First Wife is a drama about a disc-jockey who discovers that his wife is sleepong around.It stars John Hargreaves and Wendy Hughes. Directed by Paul Cox in 1984.
My Forbidden Past My Forbidden Past is a drama starring Ronert Mitchum and Ava Gardner in the story of a poor New Orleans beauty who conceives a plan to get her true love back when she inherits a fortune. It was directed in 1951 by Robert Stevenson.
My Gal Sal My Gal Sal is a musical biopic starring Victor Mature and Rita Hayworth. It is a fictionalised story of the life of popular songwriter Paul Dresser. Directed by Irving Cummings.
My Own Private Idaho My Own Private Idaho is a drama about a homosexual male prostitute who is in love with his pimp. It stars River Phoenix and Keanu Reeves. It was directed by Gus Van Sant.
Myra Breckinridge Myra Breckinridge is a comedy starring Mae West, John Huston and Raquel Welch in a story about a transsexual arriving in Tinseltown to collect an inheritance. It was directed by Michael Sarne in 1970.
Naked Gun 33 1/3: the Final Insult Naked Gun 33 1/3: the Final Insult is a comedy starring Leslie Nielsen and Priscilla Presley in a story of Lieutenant Frank Drebin, retired from the Police Squad, being recalled to help track down a mad bomber. It was directed by Peter Segal in 1994.
Near Dark Near Dark is a horror film about a vampire. It stars Adrian Pasdar and Jenny Wright. It was directed in 1987 by Kathryn Nigelow.
Nicholas and Alexandria Nicholas and Alexandria is a historical drama portraying the days leading up to the Russian Revolution. It stars Michael Jayston and Janet Suzman. Directed by Franklin Schaffner in 1971.
Night Nurse Night Nurse is a crime drama starring Barbara Stanwyck in the story of a nurse who discovers a plot to murder two children. It was directed by William A Wellman in 1931.
No Greater Love No Greater Love is a period drama starring Kelly Rutherford and Chris Sarandon in the story of a woman losing both parents in the sinking of the Titanic and being left to cope with the rest of her family and running a newspaper business. It was directed in 1996 by Richard Heffron.
Nocturne Nocturne is a crime drama starring George Raft investigating the murder of a womanising Hollywood composer. Directed by Edwin L Marin in 1946.
Oliver Twist Oliver Twist is an adaptation of the classic Dicken's story of the same name. It stars Alec Guinness and Robert Newton in the story of an orphan who runs away from the workhouse to London. It was directed by David Lean in 1948.
Oliver! Oliver! is a musical based upon the book Oliver Twist, by Charles Dickens. It stars Ron Moody, Oliver Reed and Mark Lester in the story of an orphan in 19th century London and his exploits with a gang of pickpockets. It was directed by Carol Reed in 1968.
On The Run On The Run is an adventure film about two children trying to prevent the kidnapping of an African Prince. It stars Dennis Conoley and Robert Kennedy. Directed by Pat Jackson.
One Christmas One Christmas is a family drama starring Katharine Hepburn and Henry Winkler in the story of a boy whose hopes of seasonal joy are shattered when he is sent to spend christmas with the fater he has never met. It was direcetd by Tony Bill in 1994.
One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest is the tale of rebellion in a mental hospital. It stars Jack Nicholson and Louise Fletcher. It was directed by Milos Forman in 1975.
One In A Million One In A Million is the true story of Ron LeFore a reformed petty criminal who became a baseball star. It stars Levar Burton and Madge Sinclair. Directed by William A Graham.
Only You Only You is a romantic comdey starring Marisa Tomei and Robert Downey Jr in a story about a woman about to be married receiving a phone call from her fiance's friend who it was predicted would be her future sould mate. It was directed by Norman Jewison in 1994.
Our Betters Our Betters is a comedy starring Gilbert Roland and Constance Bennet. Directed by George Cukor.
Our Girl Friday Our Girl Friday is a comedy starring Joan Collins, Kenneth More and George Cole. It is the story of three men and a woman shipwrecked on a desert island. Directed by Noel Langley.
Pacific Heights Pacific Heights is a thriller starring Melanie Griffith, Matthew Modine and Michael Keaton in a story of a young couple renting out an apartment in San Francisco to a problematic tenant. It was directed by John Schlesinger in 1990.
Paint Your Wagon Paint Your Wagon is a comedy western starring Lee Marvin and Clint Eastwood. It tells the story of a hard-drinking man and a quiet-living man joining forces on the trail west. It was directed by Joshua Logan in 1969.
Pals Pals is a comedy starring George C Scott and Don Ameche as two old army buddies who discover an abandoned car with $3 million. Directed by Lou Antonio.
Parent Trap III Parent Trap III is the story of twin sisters vieing for the attention of an eligible widower who happens to be the father of triplets. It stars Hayley Mills and Barry Bostwick. Directed by Mollie Miller.
Pete Kelly's Blues Pete Kelly's Bluesis a drama starring Jack Webb and Janet Leigh in a story about the leader of a jazz band who makes a stand when a gangster muscles in on his business in Prohibition-era Kansas. It was directed by Jack Webb in 1955.
Phar Lap Phar Lap is a weepy drama based upon a true story of an Australian race horse. It stars Tom Burlinson and Martin Vaughan. Directed by Simon Wincer.
Planes, Trains and Automobiles Planes, Trains and Automobiles is a codemy starring Steve Martin and John Candy as two travellers thrown together by accident and making a journey home across America together. Directed by John Hughes.
Platinum Blonde Platinum Blonde is a comedy starring Loretta Young, Jean Harlow and Robert Williams in a story of a wise-cracking reporter who marries into a wealthy family. It was directed by Frank Capra in 1931.
Please Sir! Please Sir! is a comdey starring John Alderton, Deryck Guyler, Noel Howlett and Joan Sanderson in a story about London secondary school students going on a fortnight's trip to the country. It was directed by Mark Stuart in 1971.
Prancer Prancer is a drama starring Sam Elliott in the story of a nine-year old girl who believes in Father Christmas and finds an injured reindeer. It was directed by John Hancock in 1989.
Presenting Lily Mars Presenting Lily Mars is a musical comedy starring Judy Garland and Van Heflin in a story of a small-town girl who persuades a Broadway producer to give her a part in a show. Directed by Norman Taurog in 1943.
Pretty Woman Pretty Woman is a romantic comedy starring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts in a story about a wealthy coporate raider hiring a prostitute to be his companion for a week. It was directed in 1990 by Garry Marshall.
Problem Child Problem Child is a comedy starring John Ritter in a story about a seven year old orphan who through his fiendish behaviour is continually returned to his orphange until he gets adopted by an unsuspecting couple. It was directed by Dennis Dugan in 1990.
Psycho 2 Psycho 2 is a horror thriller starring Anthony Perkins as the infamous Norman Bates now released from his asylum and returning to the Bates Motel where people start getting murdered again. Directed by Richard Franklin.
Q Planes Q Planes is a Second World War comedy starring Laurence Olivier and Ralph Richardson in a story about the Allies trying to foil a Nazi plan to knock out their air force. Directed by Tim Whelan.
Raiders of the Lost Ark Raiders of the Lost Ark is an action adventure starring Harrison Ford and Karen Allen in a story about Indiana Jones search for the Ark of the Covenant, pursued by Nazis during the 1930s. It was directed by Steven Spielberg in 1981.
Random Harvest Random Harvest is a love storry starring Ronald Coleman and Greer Garson in a story of a soldier with amnesia escaping from an asylum in 1918 and meeting a woman. It was directed in 1942 by Mervyn LeRoy.
Reach for the Sky Reach for the Sky is a biographical war drama starring Kenneth More and Muriel Pavlow in the story about Douglas Bader's air accident and his determination to fly again despite losing his legs. It was directed by Lewis Gilbert in 1956.
Reckless Reckless is a romantic musical starring Jean Harlow in a story about a Broadway actress meeting a businessman and the tragic romance that ensues. It was directed by Victor Fleming in 1935.
Red Scorpion Red Scorpion is an adventure film starring Dolph Lundgren as a Soviet Assassin sent to kill an African leader. He switches sides and helps the natives to overthrow the communists. Red Scorpion is rated 15 and directed by Joseph Zito.
Repossessed Repossessed is a horror spoof starring Linda Blair and Leslie Nielsen. It is the story of a woman repossessed by a demon. Directed by Bob Logan.
Restless Natives Restless Natives is a comedy starring Joe Mullaney and Vincent Friell as two bored Edinburgh youths who hit the road as modern-day highwaymen.
Rising Damp Rising Damp is a comedy based upon the TV series. It stars Leonard Rossiter and Frances de la Tour in the story of the landlord of a seedy London boarding house who is determined to win the affections of one of his tenants. It was directed by Joe McGrath in 1980.
Roman Scandals Roman Scandals is a musical starring Eddie Cantor as a shy American boy transported back in time to ancient Rome. Directed by Frank Tuttle.
Romauld and Juliette Romauld and Juliette is a romantic comedy. It stars Daniel Auteuil and Firmine Richard in a story about a company director uncovering corruption within the firm with the help of a cleaning lady. It was directed in 1989 by Coline Serreau.
Rope Rope is a thriller starring James Stewart in a story about a murderer hosting a party for his victims family and friends. It was directed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1948.
Running Mates Running Mates is a political romance starring Diane Keaton and Ed Harris in a story about a writer becoming engaged to a US presidential candidate. It was directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg in 1992.
Rustlers' Rhapsody Rustlers' Rhapsody is a spoof western starring Tom Berenger, Marilu Henner and Andy Griffith. Directed by Hugh Wilson.
Safe Safe is a drama starring Julianne Moore as a Californian who becomes allergic to everyday chemicals. It was directed by Todd Haynes in 1995.
Safety Last Safety Last is a comedy. It is the story of a man acting as a "human fly" for a publicity stunt. It stars Harold Lloyd. Directed by Fred Newmeyer and Sam Taylor in 1923.
San Quentin San Quentin is a crime drama starring Lawrence Tierney and Barton MacLane. It tells of an ex-convict implicated in a murder. To clear his name he must track down the real killer. Directed by Gordon M Douglas.
Santa and the Three Bears Santa and the Three Bears is an animated story of two bear cubs who fear they will miss Santa when it's time to hibernate. Directed by Tony Benedict.
Santa Fe Passage Santa Fe Passage is a western starring John Payne as a scout guiding a waggon train through Indian country. It was directed in 1955 by William Witney.
Sarraounia Sarraounia is a drama about an African warrior queen defending her country against French invaders. Directed by Med Hondo.
Scott of the Antarctic Scott of the Antarctic is a drama starring John Mills in the story of Captain Robert Scott's return trip to the antarctic in 1912. It was directed by Charles Frend in 1948.
Scrooge Scrooge is a drama starring Alastair Sim in Dicken's classic story 'A christmas Carol' in which a tight-fisted businessman is visited on Christmas Eve by four ghosts to remind him of the true spirit of the season and save him from the eternal damnation that befell his friend and late partner. It was directed by Brian Desmond Hurst in 1951.
Shane Shane is a western starring Alan Ladd as Shane a mysterious gun fighter drawn into a bitter feud between homesteaders and cattlemen. Directed by George Stevens.
Silver Bears Silver Bears is a comedy adventure starring Michael Caine and Cybill Shepherd in the story of a financier sent to a Swiss bank to supervise Mafia money, only to find the money has disappeared. It was directed in 1978 by Ivan Passer.
Sister Act Sister Act is a comedy starring Whoopi Goldberg and Maggie Smith in a tale about the girl friend of a gangster sent to a covnet for protection whilst waiting to give evidence at a trial. It was directed by Emile Ardolino in 1992.
Sleeper Sleeper is a comedy starring Woody Allen in a story of a jazz musician who awakes from a minor operation to find he has been frozen in suspended animation for 200 years. It was directed by Woody Allen in 1973.
Smoky Smoky is a western starring Fred MacMurray and Anne Baxter. It is a romantic tale about about a cowboy capturing and returning a wild colt belonging to a female rancher. Directed by Louis King.
Solomon and Sheba Solomon and Sheba is a biblical epic starring Yul Brynner and Gina Lollobrigida in the story of Solomon, hero of the Israelites' and his conflict with the Egyptians and the Queen of Sheba. Directed by King Vidor.
South of Algiers South of Algiers is a drama starring Van Heflin, Wanda Hendrix and Eric Portman in a tale about archaeologists searching for a lost tomb in competition with a group of bandits. It was directed in 1952 by Jack Lee.
Spaceballs Spaceballs is a comedy starring Mel Brooks and John Candy. It is a spoof of Star Wars directed in 1987 by Mel Brooks.
Spirit of the Eagle Spirit of the Eagle is a western drama. It stars Dan Haggerty and Wiliam Smith. It is the story of a cartographer's son kidnapped and sold to the Indians. Directed by Boon Collins in 1992.
Stand By Me Stand By Me is a drama starring River Phoenix and Richard Dreyfuss in a tale about a writer looking back to his childhood when he and his friends tried to find the body of a boy believed hit by a train. Directed by Rob Reiner.
Starstruck Starstruck is a drama about a punk singer who can't break into showbusiness until she tries a highwire stunt. It stars Jo Kennedy. Directed by Gillian Armstrong.
Static Static is a satirical drama about an Arizona teenager who claims to have invented a television set which can show images of heaven. It stars Keith Gordon and Amanada Plummer. Directed by Mark Romanek.
Step Lively Step Lively is a musical comedy starring Frank Sinatra and George Murphy. It is the story of a playwright at odds with a theatre producer. Directed by Tim Whelan.
Strangers All Strangers All is a drama starring May Robson as an harrassed matriarch and James Bush as her loudmouthed and radical son. Directed by Charles Vidor.
Superman III Superman III is a children's adventure based upon the D C Comics character. It stars Christopher Reeve and Richard Pryor in a tale about Superman battling a meglomaniac millionaire set on world domination. It was directed by Richard Lester in 1983.
Tales Of Terror Tales Of Terror is three horror stories based upon works by Edgar Allan Poe. It stars Vincent Price, Peter Lorre and Basil Rathbone. Directed by Roger Corman.
Target Target is a spy thriller starring Gene Hackman and Matt Dillon. It is the story of a man and his teenage son searching for his wife who disappears in Paris. Directed by Arthur Penn.
Ten Gentlemen From West Point Ten Gentlemen From West Point is a drama starring Maureen O'Hara, George Montgomery and John Sutton. It tells a fictionalised account of the founding of West Point military academy in the 1880s. Directed by Henry Hathaway.
The Achille Lauro Affair The Achille Lauro Affair is the true story of the hijacking of a Mediterranean cruise ship by Palestinian terrorists in October 1985. It stars Burt Lancaster and Eva Marie Saint. Directed by Alberto Negrin.
The Amazing Mr Williams The Amazing Mr Williams is a comedy drama starring Melvyn Douglas and Joan Blondell in the story of a detective's fiancee who takes desperate action when her boyfriend's devotion to duty results in a string of cancelled dates. Directed by Alexander Hall in 1939.
The Asphalt Jungle The Asphalt Jungle is a crime thriller starring Sterling Hayden and Louis Calhern in a story about a criminal released from prison where he has devised the perfect crime. It was directed by John Hudson in 1950.
The Aurora Encounter The Aurora Encounter is a children's adventure film starring Mickey Hays and Carol Bagdasarian. It is a story set in the 1950s about aliens visiting a town.
The Big Bus The Big Bus is a spoof disaster movie starring Joseph Bologna and Stockard Channing. It tells of the world's first nuclear-powered bus and attempts made to destroy it on its maiden journey. Directed by James Frawley.
The Big Game The Big Game is a gambling drama starring Gary Webster and Emma Wray about a factory worker invited to play in a high-stakes game.
The Big Store The Big Store is a comedy starring the Marx Brothers. It is the story of the chaos which ensues when a private detective is hired to protect the owner of a department store. Directed by Charles Riesner in 1941.
The Bitter Tea of General Yen The Bitter Tea of General Yen is a drama starring Barbara Stanwyck in a story of an American woman in China. It was directed by Frank Capra in 1933.
The Body Snatcher The Body Snatcher is a horror film starring Boris Karloff and Bela Lugosi in a tale of grave robbers set in Edinburgh in 1832. Directed by Robert Wise.
The Bridge The Bridge is a period drama about a painter in the late 19th century traveling to Suffolk in search of inspiration. It stars Saskia Reeves and David O'Hara. Directed by Sydney MacCartney.
The Bridge on the River Kwai The Bridge on the River Kwai is a second world war drama starring William Holden, Alec Guiness and Jack Hawkins in the story of British POWs building a railway bridge for the Japanese over the River Kwai. It was directed in 1957 by David Lean.
The Canterville Ghost The Canterville Ghost is an adaptation of Oscar Wilde's comic tale. It stars Ian Richardson and Celia Imrie in a story about a haunted house. It was directed by Crispin Reece.
The Captain's Paradise The Captain's Paradise is a comedy starring Alec Guiness as a ferry captain with a wife in Spain and another in Tangier. The wives are played by Celia Johnson and Yvonne De Carlo. It was directed by Anthony Kimmins.
The Captive Heart The Captive Heart is a second world war drama about a Czech captain assuming the identity of a dead British officer to evade the Gestapo. It stars Michael Redgrave and Rachel Kempson. It was directed by Basil Dearden in 1946.
The Carpetbaggers The Carpetbaggers is a drama about a man building an industrial empire in 1920s America, no matter what the cost. It stars George Peppard, Alan Ladd and Carroll Baker. Directed by Edward Dmytryk.
The Charge at Feather River The Charge at Feather River is a western starring Guy Madison on a suicide mission to rescue two women kidnapped by the Cheyenne. It was directed in 1953 by Gordon Douglas.
The Chelsea Girls The Chelsea Girls is a film focusing on a series of conversations between friends of Andy Warhol. Directed by Andy Warhol.
The Children's Hour The Children's Hour is a drama. It stars Audrey Hepburn, Shirley MacLaine and James Garner. Directed in 1961 by William Wyler.
The Christmas Box The Christmas Box is a drama starring Richard Thomas and Maureen O'Hara in a story of a wealthy old lady inviting a young man and his family to be her live-in helpers. It was directed by Marcus Cole in 1995.
The Curse Of The Cat People The Curse Of The Cat People is a horror film starring Simone Simon and Kent Smith in a story about a man who is disturbed when his daughter "invents" a secret companion. Directed by Robert Wise and Gunther von Fritsch.
The Dam Busters The Dam Busters is a wartime drama starring Richard Todd and Michael Redgrave in the story of how Barnes Wallis and Guy Gibson devised and executed the bombing of the Ruhr dams in 1943. It was directed by Michael Anderson in 1954.
The Damned Don't Cry The Damned Don't Cry is a drama starring Joan Crawford as a downtrodden housewife who leaves home to better herself and gets involved with a gangster. Directed by Vincent Sherman.
The End The End is a black comedy starring Burt Reynolds and Sally Field about a man who decides to deal with his terminal illness by committing suicide.
The Errand Boy The Errand Boy is a comedy starring Jerry Lewis and Howard McNear. It is a story about a film runner who causes havoc on and off the set.
The Falcon And The Co-Eds The Falcon And The Co-Eds is a comedy crime thriller starring Tom Conway as a detective investigating a murder at a girls' school. Directed by William Clemens.
The Falcon In Hollywood The Falcon In Hollywood is a comedy crime thriller starring Tom Conway in a story about a murderer on the loose in hollywood. Directed by Gordon Douglas.
The Falcon In Mexico The Falcon In Mexico is a comedy crime thriller starring Tom Conway as a detective who discovers a new painting by an artist believed dead for some years. Directed by William Berke.
The Falcon In San Francisco The Falcon In San Francisco is a comedy crime thriller starring Tom Conway as the private detective involved with a silk smuggling operation. Directed by Joseph H Lewis.
The Falcon Strikes Back The Falcon Strikes Back is a comedy thriller about the theft of some war bonds. It stars Tom Conway and Harriet Hilliard. Directed by Edward Dmytryk.
The Fallen Sparrow The Fallen Sparrow is a suspense movie starring John Garfield as a man pursued by Nazis in New York after fighting the facists in Spain's civil war. Directed by Richard Wallace.
The Far Country The Far Country is a western starring James Stewart and Ruth Roman in a story about a gunman with a herd of cattle challenging a corrupt law man in a strange town. It was directed by Anthony Mann in 1955.
The Fastest Gun Alive The Fastest Gun Alive is a western starring Glenn Ford and Jeanne Crain. It is the story of a peaceful storekeeper who is revealed to be a top gunslinger.
The Fifth Musketeer The Fifth Musketeer is an adventure film starring Beau Bridges and Sylvia Kristel. The story is based upon Duma's novel "The Man in The Iron Mask", in which the legitimate King of France is imprisoned by his evil twin brother. Directed by Ken Annakin in 1979.
The Fighting Sullivans The Fighting Sullivans is a Second World War drama about 5 brothers from Iowa who were killed during the war. It stars Thomas Mitchell and Anne Baxter. Directed by Lloyd Bacon in 1944.
The First Rebel The First Rebel is a western starring John Wayne and Claire Trevor. It tells of a loyalist rebelling when he discovers that George III soldiers are selling arms to the Indians. Directed by William A Seiter in 1939.
The Flintstones The Flintstones is a comedy starring John Goodman and Elizabeth Perkins based upon the cartoon series ('They're the modern stone-age family'). It was directed by Brian Levant in 1994.
The Front Page The Front Page is a comedy drama starring Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau. It is the story of a newspaper reporter in 1920's Chicago who wants to quit, but his editor wants him to cover one last story. Directed by Billy Wilder in 1974.
The Gauntlet The Gauntlet is an adventure film starring Clint Eastwood and Sondre Locke about a policeman escorting a witness to a trial.
The Glass Mountain The Glass Mountain is a romantic drama starring Michael Denison and Dulcie Gray. It is the story of a composer haunted by the memory of a girl. Directed by Henry Cass.
The Great Race The Great Race is a comedy starring Tony Curtis, Jack Lemmon and Natalie Wood in the story of a 22,000 mile road race in 1908 from New York to Paris. It was directed by Blake Edwards in 1965.
The Greatest Show on Earth The Greatest Show on Earth is a drama about a circus. It stars James Stewart and Charlton Heston. It was directed in 1952 by Cecil B DeMille.
The Green Berets The Green Berets is a war drama starring John Wayne and David Janssen in a story of a US Special Forces colonel sent to Vietnam where his regiment is soon caught upin the thick of the action and a journalist with the regiment doubting America's involvement in the war. It was directed by John Wayne and Ray Kellogg in 1968.
The Haunting of Helen Walker The Haunting of Helen Walker is a period drama starring Valerie Bertinelli and Diana Rigg in a story about a governess discovering that the children in her charge are haunted by ghosts of their nanny and valet. It was directed by Tom McLoughlin in 1995.
The Holly And The Ivy The Holly And The Ivy is a drama starring Ralph Richardson and Celia Johnson. Directed by George More O'Ferral.
The Horse Soldiers The Horse Soldiers is a civil war drama starring John Wayne and William Holden in a tale about Union Soldiers in 1863 and their mission to disrupt Confederate supply lines. It was directed in 1959 by John Ford.
The Hotel New Hampshire The Hotel New Hampshire is a comedy about the eccentric adventures of the Berry family who manage hotels in both Europe and America. It stars Rob Lowe, Jodie Foster, Nastassja Kinski and Beau Bridges. Directed by Tony Richardson.
The January Man The January Man is a comedy-thriller starring Kevin Kline and Susan Sarandon in a story about a former detective recalled to the police to track down a serial killer. Directed by Pat O'Connor.
The Kill Off The Kill Off is a thriller about a woman who holds sway over a small town in America by spreading gossip. Needless to say she finds herself the target for murder. It stars Loretta Gross, Andrew Lee Barrett and Jackson Sims. Directed by Maggie Greenwald.
The Killing of a Chinese Bookie The Killing of a Chinese Bookie is a crime thriller starring Ben Gazzara. It is the story of a night club owner agreeing to murder a bookmaker, unaware that the bookmaker is the boss of an organised crime gang.
The Land Before Time The Land Before Time is a children's animated dinosaur story produced by Steven Spielberg and George Lucas. It tells the story of Littlefoot the Brontosaurus and his search for the legendary Great Valley.
The Land That Time Forgot The Land That Time Forgot is a fantasy adventure starring Doug McClure about a submarine wrecked in the Antarctic where the crew discover an island inhabited by prehistoric creatures. It was directed by Kevin Connor in 1974.
The Last of Mrs Cheyney The Last of Mrs Cheyney is a crime drama starring Joan Crawford as an American gem thief visiting London and William Powell. Directed by Richard Boleslawski in 1937.
The Letter The Letter is a drama starring Bette Davis and Herbert Marshall in the story of a woman who shoots a man on her husband's plantation. Directed by William Wyler.
The Man Who Fell to Earth The Man Who Fell to Earth is a sci-fi film about a stranger from another planet coming to Earth and attempting an economic take-over. It stars David Bowie and Rip Torn. Directed by Nicolas Roeg in 1976. Rated 18.
The Mask The Mask is a comedy starring Jim Carrey and Cameron Diaz in the story of a shy bank clerk who finds an ancient magical mask which has the power to transform the wearer into a green cartoon character. It was directed by Charles Russell in 1994.
The Misfits The Misfits is a classic western romance starring Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe. It is about a divorcee meeting a cowboy. Directed by John Huston.
The Money Pit The Money Pit is a comedy starring Tom Hanks and Shelley Long. It is a modern reworking of the film Mr Blandings builds his dream house. In The Money Pit a young couple buy an old mansion and try to restore it. Directed by Richard Benjamin.
The Mouse On The Moon The Mouse On The Moon is a comedy starring Margaret Rutherford, Ron Moody, Bernard Cribbins and David Kossoff. It is the story of the Grand Duchy of Fenwick sending a rocket to the moon. Directed by Richard Lester.
The Music Lovers The Music Lovers is an account of the life of Tchaikovsky. It stars Richard Chamberlain and Glenda Jackson. Directed by Ken Russell.
The Naked Lie The Naked Lie is a crime thriller starring Victoria Principal and James Farentino in a story of a district attorney who continues her affair with a judge after he is assigned to preside at a murder charge in which she is prosecuting.
The Naked Spur The Naked Spur is a western starring James Stewart and Robert Ryan in the story of a civil war veteran on the trail of a killer so as to claim the reward on him. It was directed by Anthony Mann in 1953.
The Navy Steps Out The Navy Steps Out is a comedy starring Lucille Ball in a story of two men competing for the same woman. Directed by Richard Wallace.
The Neverending Story The Neverending Story is a fantasy adventure starring Noah Hathaway and Barret Oliver in a story about a lonely boy taking refuge from bullies in an old bookshop and discovering a mysterious book depicting the land of Fantasia, into which he becomes drawn. It was directed by Wolfgang Petersen in 1984.
The Next Voice You Hear The Next Voice You Hear is a drama about a couple who think they hear God's voice coming from their radio. It stars James Whitmore and Nancy Davis. Directed by William A Wellman.
The Odd Couple The Odd Couple is a comedy starring Jack Lemmon and Walther Matthau. It is the story of a friend taken in by his friend after being thrown out by his wife. Directed by Gene Saks.
The Parralax View The Parralax View is a political thriller about the assassination of President J. F. Kennedy. It stars Warren Beatty. It was directed by Alan J Pakula in 1974.
The Password is Courage The Password is Courage is a Second World War drama starring Dirk Bogarde in a film about a British PoW who plots against his German captors.
The Penguin Pool Murder The Penguin Pool Murder is a Hildegarde Withers mystery starring Edna May Oliver and James Gleason in a tale about a schoolteacher helping to solve a murder. It was directed in 1932 by George Archainbaud.
The Phantom of Hollywood The Phantom of Hollywood is a horror film starring Jack Cassidy and Jackie Coogan in a story about a masked killer on the rampage in a film studio lot. It was directed by Gene Levitt in 1974.
The Philadelphia Story The Philadelphia Story is a comedy starring James Stewart, Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant in the story of a wealthy socialite marrying a wealthy executive. It was directed in 1940 by George Cukor.
The Postman Always Ring Twice The Postman Always Ring Twice is a crime drama starring Jack Nicholson and Jessica Lange in a tale set during the depression about a drifter embarking on an intense affair with a roadside diner owner's wife. It was directed in 1981 by Bob Rafelson.
The Presidio The Presidio is a thriller set in a military base. It stars Sean Connery, Mark Harmon and Meg Ryan. It is the story of an investigation into a murder at the San Francisco military compound, and the uncovering of a conspiracy there. Directed by Peter Hyams.
The Presido The Presido is a crime adventure starring Mark Harmon as a maverick cop, and Sean Connery as a military policeman both investigating a break-in and murder at a San Francisco military base. The Presido is rated 15 and is directed by Peter Hyams.
The Princess and the Pirate The Princess and the Pirate is a musical comedy. It is the story of a cowardly actor who attempts to save a princess when their ship is overrun by pirates. It stars Bob Hope and Virginia Mayo. Directed by David Butler in 1944.
The Princess Bride The Princess Bride is a comedy send-up of fairytale adventures. It is rated PG and directed by Rob Reiner.
The Prisoner of Second Avenue The Prisoner of Second Avenue is a comedy starring Jack Lemmon as an advertissing executive whose life begins to fall apart when he loses his job. Directed by Melvin Frank in 1975.
The Producers The Producers is a comedy starring Zero Mostel and Gene Wilder in a story of an accountant and a producer making a fortune through producing a broadway flop. Directed by Mel Brooks.
The Riddle Of The Stinson The Riddle Of The Stinson is a drama based upon a true story. It stars Jack Thompson in the tale of one man's attempt to rescue the survivors of a plane crash in almost impenetrable terrain.
The Road To Utopia The Road To Utopia is a comedy starring Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Dorothy Lamour in a chase to find an Alaskan gold mine before a gang of killers do. Directed by Hal Walker.
The Robe The Robe is a religious drama starring Richard Burton and Jean Simmons in a story about a young Roman officer ordered to carry out Christ's crucifixion and winning Jesus' robe in a dice game. It was directed in 1953 by Henry Koster.
The Romantic Age The Romantic Age is a comedy starring Mai Zetterling. It is the story of a worldly French student at a girls' finishing school attempting to seduce the art teacher. Directed by Edmond T Greville.
The Rookie The Rookie is a thriller starring Clint Eastwood and Charlie Sheen. It is the story of two american policemen busting a car theft racket. Directed by Clint Eastwood.
The Saint of Fort Washington The Saint of Fort Washington is a drama starring Matt Dilon and Danny Glover in a tale about a young homeless man being taught how to live on the street. It was directed by Tim Hunter in 1993.
The Savage Bees The Savage Bees is a thriller starring Ben Johnson as sheriff of a town in America threatend by killer bees. Directed by Bruce Geller.
The Sellout The Sellout is a crime drama starring Walter Pidgeon and John Hodiak in a tale about a newspaper editor attempting to expose corruption in a local sheriff's office. It was directed in 1951 by Gerald Mayer.
The Seventh Victim The Seventh Victim is a horror film starring Kim Hunter and Tom Conway. It is the story of a girl arriving in New York looking for her sister who disappeared. Directed by Mark Robson.
The Stone Killer The Stone Killer is an action thriller starring Charles Bronson in the story of a former New York policeman trying to stop the LA Mafia from recruiting Vietnam veterans. It was directed by Michael Winner in 1973.
The Story Lady The Story Lady is a drama starring Jessica Tandy and Stephanie Zimbalist in the story of a retired woman trying to find voluntary work, but being turned down because of her age. It was directed in 1991 by Larry Elikann.
The Sword in The Stone The Sword in The Stone is a Disney animated film about the myth of king Arthur. It was directed by Wolfgang Reitherman in 1963.
The Three Musketeers The Three Musketeers is an adventure based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas. It stars Lana Turner and Gene Kelly in a story about the French King's musketeers. It was directed by George Sidney in 1948.
The Two Jakes The Two Jakes is a crime thriller starring Jack Nicholson as a 1940s Los Angeles private eye. It was directed by Jack Nicholson in 1990.
The Unholy Wife The Unholy Wife is a crime drama starring Rod Steiger and Diana Dors as a woman bored of her marriage, who starts an affair with a rodeo rider and plans to murder her husband. Directed by John Farrow.
The Untouchables The Untouchables is a crime drama starring Kevin Costner, Sean Connery, Andy Garcia and Robert De Niro in the story of the group of FBI investigators led by Eliot Ness on the trail of Al Capone. It was directed in 1987 by Brian De Palma.
The War Lord The War Lord is an historical adventure starring Charlton Heston and Richard Boone. It is the story of an 11th century Norman warlord who falls for a young Druid girl. Directed by Fanklin Schaffner.
The Young Lovers The Young Lovers is a drama set during the cold war which keeps two lovers apart. It stars Odile Versois and David Knight. Directed by Anthony Asquith.
The Young Mr Pitt The Young Mr Pitt is a biopic starring Robert Donat, John Mills, Robert Morley, Phyllis Calvert and Herbert Lom in the story of William Pitt Britian's youngest ever prime minister. Directed by Carol Reed.
The Young Stranger The Young Stranger is a drama starring James MacArthur and Kim Hunter in a tale about a father who puts his career before his relationship with his son. Directed by John Frankenheimer.
They Shoot Horses, Don't They? They Shoot Horses, Don't They? is a drama set in Chicago in the 1930s with a group of people competing for prize money in a dance marathon. It stars Jane Fonda and Michael Sarrazin. Directed by Sydney Pollack.
Third Time Lucky Third Time Lucky is a drama about a professional gambler who becomes involved with an innocent young girl who brings him luck. It stars Dermot Walsh and Glynis Johns. It was directed by Gordon Parry in 1949.
Thoroughly Modern Millie Thoroughly Modern Millie is a musical starring Julie Andrews and Mary Tyler Moore in a story about a fortune hunting flapper who gets mixed up with an eligible batchelor during the 1920s. It was directed by Roy Hill in 1967.
Tidy Endings Tidy Endings is a drama about a woman who, following the death of her husband from Aids, agrees to meet his male lover. It stars Harvey Feirstein and Stockard Channing. Directed by Gavin Millar.
To Dance With The White Dog To Dance With The White Dog is a drama starring Hume Cronyn and Jessica Tandy in a story about a man who, following his wife's death, takes in a stray dog which only he can see. It was directed by Glenn Jordan in 1993.
To Grandmother's House We Go To Grandmother's House We Go is a comedy adventure starring Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen in a stroy about twin girls kidnapped by inept thieves on their way to their grandmother's house. It was directed by Jeff Franklin in 1992.
Tom, Dick and Harry Tom, Dick and Harry is a comedy starring Ginger Rodgers in the story of a telephone operator who wants to marry a millionaire. It was directed by Garson Kanin in 1941.
Too Hot to Handle Too Hot to Handle is a comedy starring Kim Basinger and Alec Baldwin in a story about a playboy who falls for the singer girlfriend of a mobster shortly before he is due to marry another woman. It was directed by Jerry Rees in 1991.
Tortilla Flat Tortilla Flat is a drama based on the novel by John Steinbeck. It stars Spencer Tracy in a tale about two Mexican peasants given accomodation in the Californian fishing community of Tortilla Flat.
Trading Places Trading Places is a comedy starring Eddie Murphy, Dan Aykroyd and Jamie Lee Curtis. It is the story of two millionaire brothers who decide, as an experiment, to frame their pompous stock-broker nephew and install a down-and-out in his place. Directed by John Landis in 1983.
Tread Softly Stranger Tread Softly Stranger is a crime drama starring Diana Dors and George Baker. It is the story of two borthers in love with the same woman who decide to rob a steel mill. Directed by Gordon Parry.
Trouble in Paradise Trouble in Paradise is a comedy about a widow and a seaman marooned on a desert island. It stars Raquel Welch and Jack Thompson. Directed by Robert Sherman.
True Grit True Grit is a western starring John Wayne as Rooster Cockburn a one-eyed drunken marshall helping a 14-year old girl track down her father's murderer. True Grit is rated PG and is directed by Henry Hathaway.
True Identity True Identity is a comedy starring Lenny Henry trying to escape the mob. Directed by Charles Lane.
Trust Trust is a drama starring Adrienne Shelly and Nartin Donovan in a story about a tennager who leaves school after becoming pregnant, and is rejected by her parents. Directed by Hal Hartley in 1990.
Tudawali Tudawali is a biopic drama about the first Aboriginal film star. It stars Ernie Dingo and Peter Fisher. It was directed in 1987 by Steve Jodrell.
Underwater! Underwater! is an adventure film starring Jane Russell and Richard Egan looking for treasure in a sunken galleon. Directed by John Sturges.
Vampire Of Venice Vampire Of Venice is a horror film starring Klaus Kinski and Donald Pleasence. It tells of a scholar of vampirism visiting a palace once inhabited by a vampire. Directed by Augusto Caminito.
Vertigo Vertigo is a psychological thriller starring James Stewart and Kim Novak in a story about a San Francisco detective with a fear of heights trailing a friend's suicidal wife. It was directed by Alfred Hitchcock in 1958.
Victoria The Great Victoria The Great is an historical drama starring Anna Neagle and Anton Walbrook. It is the story of Queen Victoria of England. Directed by Herbert Wilcox.
Voodoo Woman Voodoo Woman is a horror story starring Marla English and Tom Conway. It tells of a mad scientist living in the jungle who experiments with creating the perfect woman. Directed by Edward L Cahn.
We Dive At Dawn We Dive At Dawn is a second world war drama set on board a British submarine. It stars John Mills and Eric Portman. Directed by Anthony Asquith.
Welcome to 18 Welcome to 18 is a comedy about the coming-of-age rituals of a group of teenage girls. It stars Courtney Thorne-Smith and Mariska Hargitay.
Westward Passage Westward Passage is a romantic comedy starring Ann Harding and Laurence Olivier in a story of a man re-encountering his now wealthy ex-wife. Directed by Robert Milton in 1932.
What A Crazy World What A Crazy World is a musical starring Joe Brown. It is the story of a working class boy from London's East End pursuing a career in music against the wishes of his family. It features Harry H Corbett and Marty Wilde. Directed by Michael Carreras.
What Price Victory What Price Victory is a drama starring Mac Davis and Robert Culp in a story about American college football. Directed by Kevin Connor.
Where Eagles Dare Where Eagles Dare is a Second World War action film based on the book by Alistair Maclean and starring Richard Burton and Clint Eastwood. It tells the story of the rescue of a US General captured by the Nazis.
While the City Sleeps While The City Sleeps is a thriller starring Vincent Price and Dana Andrews. It is the story of newspapermen pursuing the story of a sex killer. Directed by Fritz Lang in 1956.
Whistle down the Wind Whistle down the Wind is a drama. It stars Hayley Mills and Alan Bates. It is the story of three children who discover an escaped convict hidden in a barn and are convinced he's Jesus. Directed by Bryan Forbes in 1961.
White Christmas White Christmas is a musical starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye and Rosemary Clooney in the story of two old army friends putting on a show to help their former commanding officer's struggling hotel business. It was directed by Michael Curtiz in 1954.
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory is a fantasy based on the novel by Roald Dahl starring Gene Wilder in a story about a poor young boy who wins a tour of a sweet factory. It was directed by Mel Stuart in 1971.
Winchester '73 Winchester '73 is a western starring James Stewart on the trail of his brother who has murdered their father. Winchester '73 is rated U and is directed by Anthony Mann.
With Harmful Intent With Harmful Intent is a psychological thriller starring Joan Van Ark and Daniel J Travanti in a story about an unorthodox policeman helping a mother to solve her son's hit-and-run accident. It was directed by Richard Friedman in 1993.
Yes Virginia, There is a Santa Claus Yes Virginia, There is a Santa Claus is a drama starring Charles Bronson and Richard Thomas in a story set in 1897 New York about an eight-year old girl writing to a newspaper to ask if there really is a Santa Claus. It was directed by Charles Jarrott in 1991.
You'll Find Out You'll Find Out is a horror spoof starring Boris Karloff, Peter Lorre and Bela Lugosi. It tells of a band hired to play for a 21st birthday in a spooky mansion. Directed by David Butler.
You'll Never Get Rich You'll Never Get Rich is a musical starring Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth. It tells of a choreographer who forms a dancing partnership with a chorus girl, but is then drafted into the army. Directed by Sidney Lanfield.
Young at Heart Young at Heart is a romantic musical starring Frank Sinatra and Doris Day. It is the story of two sisters captivated by a brash young song writer. Directed by Gordon Douglas.
Young Billy Young Young Billy Young is a western starring Robert Mitchum and Angie Dickinson in a story of a gunman who has to choose between a life on the wrong side of the law and a job as a marshal's deputy. Directed by Burt Kennedy.
Young Guns Young Guns is a western based losely upon the story of Billy The Kid. It stars Emilio Estevez as Billy The Kid who with his colleagues is hired by a rancher to guard cattle. When the rancher is murdered, Billy and the biys become outlaws for revenge. Young Guns is rated 18 and directed by Christopher Cain.
Youth Runs Wild Youth Runs Wild is a Second World War drama starring Bonita Granville in a tale of teenagers abandoned in war torn America. Directed by Mark Robson in 1944.
Zoltan...Hound of Dracula Zoltan...Hound of Dracula is a horror film starring Jose Ferrer in a story about Russian soldiers accidentally opening Dracula's crypt and allowing out his dog and servant who go in search of Dracula's last living relative. It was directed in 1977 by Albert Band.