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Classic comedy about two 13-year-old identical twins (both played by Hayley Mills), who meet for the very first time in summer camp. They soon learn that they were separated at a very early age when their parents Mitch (Brian Keith) and Margaret (Maureen O'Hara) divorced. On a lark, the twins switch places: the one living with Keith goes back home with O'Hara, and vice versa. Keith is planning to remarry the 'wrong woman', vituperative Vicky (Joanna Barnes). The twins conspire to reunite their parents, but the road to reconciliation is rough indeed.
A double bill of the classic 70's thrillers featuring an Oscar-winning Gene Hackman as 'Popeye' Doyle. In the first film Doyle and Buddy Russo (Roy Scheider) are tough New York cops attempting to crack a drug smuggling ring. They have a small candy store under surveillance, but Doyle is not happy when he receives the order to work with a pair of French federal agents on the case, one of whom he has a long-standing feud with. Hackman and director William Friedkin both earned Oscars for the film, which also took the award for Best Picture. Whilst in the sequel Doyle (Hackman) travels to Marseilles to track down Charnier (Fernando Rey), the leader of a drug smuggling ring whom he failed to capture in the first film. Kidnapped by dealers and pumped with heroin, Doyle has to kick his new-found habit before he can set about his revenge.
Leslie Banks and Lilli Palmer star in this British drama from director Norman Lee. When it is discovered that the wealthy late Lord Charles Francis Selford (Aubrey Mallalieu) was buried with a large amount of valuable jewels, the race is declared on to find the seven keys that unlock the seven locks sealing the tomb. Just how far will the Lord's heiress and her friends go to reach the fortune?
This Ealing production of Charles Dickens' novel stars Cedric Hardwicke as the eponymous hero. The duplicitous scheming of an avaricious uncle robs Nicholas Nickleby of his rightful inheritance. In order to care for his family, Nicholas is forced to leave his schoolmaster's post, and seek his fortune as a travelling entertainer.
Based on James Barlow's novel, 'Burden of Proof',; Cathleen Burnett plays the long suffering mother who attempts to keep her wayward and viscious son in line. Richard Burton plays the confused, angry young man who cannot get to grips with his homosexuality.
Marlon Brando and Jean Simmons star in this semi-fictional, epic costume drama based on Annemarie Selinko's novel. Désirée (Jean Simmons) is young Napoleon's first true love, long before his rise to power. However, he has to decide whether to marry her and sacrifice his career or abandon her. The two lovers go their separate ways, Désirée eventually marrying the King of Sweden and Napoleon marrying Josephine (Merle Oberon), and only meet again when Napoleon is about to decide to go into exile.
Classic thriller, directed by Terence Fisher and Antony Darnborough, about a woman whose brother mysteriously disappears whilst on holiday in Paris, and her struggle to find him. Vicky Barton (Jean Simmons) is dismayed when, upon waking on her first day in Paris, she goes to check on her brother Johnny (David Tomlinson) and finds that the place where his room door once was is now nothing but a blank wall. After appealing to British diplomats at the embassy, to no avail, Vicky reluctantly accepts a ticket home from the hotel manager, Madame Herve (Cathleen Nesbitt). However, before she can go, she meets George Hathaway (Dirk Bogarde), an aquaintance of her brother's, who may be able to help her in her quest.
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