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His name is "D.C." - short for "Darn Cat" - the sleekest sleuth ever to grace the silver screen.
Hayley Mills stars as a young woman with an active imagination who contacts the F.B.I, when D.C. suddenly sports a wristwatch around his neck. She's convinced it's the tip-off to crack a baffling bank robbery and kidnapping case. Dean Jones is the allergic federal agent who sniffs around for clues only to find love in the air.
An impressive supporting cast - Frank Gorshin, Elsa Lanchester, Roddy McDowall and Ed Wynn - add to the nonstop zaniness.
Pollyanna is the orphan who brings sunshine into the lives of everyone she meets. But her strict Aunt Polly is too concerned with appearances, propriety and local politics to appreciate her effervescent niece.
It isn't until the town almost loses their "Glad Girl" that Aunt Polly realises the power of love and lightheartedness.
Featuring an impressive all-star cast and a story filled with laughter and tears, Pollyanna will inspire your entire family and prove that the art of positive thinking is just as delightful today as is was at the turn of the century!
The past beckons in this enchanting and nostalgic tale, as the irrepressible Hayley Mills stars in a lighthearted Disney film about young love, mysterious family secrets and small-town summer nights.
When financial ruin forces the Careys to leave Boston, their teenage daughter Nancy hatches a plan to resettle them in a tiny New England hamlet, with hilariously delightful consequences for both her family and their new neighbours!
An indispensable addition to any Disney library, this timeless and wondrous adventure will thrill children of all ages for a long time to come.
A professor and three children go to South America to look for a missing sea captain. They encounter many obstacles and mishaps in their search. Based on a children's book by Jules Verne.
Stanley is the nicest troll in Troll Land, but the other trolls think that he should not be so nice and he is sent to live in New York City by the evil Gnorga. When Stanley lands in Central Park he befriends two young children whose parents don't pay them enough attention due to work commitments. Gnorga soon appears and tries to destroy everything again.
Al Viola's adaptation of Graham Billing's novel about how a man's outlook on life is changed by his harsh surroundings. Richard Forbush (John Hurt), a shallow man and philanderer, wants to win back the affections of his girlfriend Tara (Haley Mills) and decides that moving to the Antarctic to study the life-cycle of penguins is just the way to impress her. Whilst there he embarks on a solitary struggle of survival and having begun to deeply admire the penguins uses this knowledge to keep himself alive.
Classic television drama set in colonial East Africa around the beginning of WWI. Eleven-year-old Elspeth Grant (Holly Aird) arrives in Africa with her parents Tilly (Hayley Mills) and Robin (David Robb), who are planning to build a coffee plantation, and is enthralled by the beauty of its landscape. With her parents busy at work, Elspeth finds plenty of time to explore and soon makes a number of friends amongst the Africans and the British settlers, bearing witness to both the natives' ancient tribal traditions and the scandalous intrigues of the colonials.
British family drama written and directed by Jonathan Newman. A young married couple, the Morrisons (Toni Collette and Ioan Gruffudd), have been in mourning for the death of their child for a number of years and are now trying desperately to have another baby. Due to difficulties conceiving they consider adoption, but as their application goes in to the adoption agency, a young boy, Eli (Maurice Cole), turns up on their dooprstep. When they take Eli in, he helps them in saving their failing toy business and in doing so becomes part of the family.
Coming-of-age drama directed by John Mills and starring his daughter, Hayley Mills. After witnessing the death of her childhood friend, who was accidentally killed whilst playing with his father's shotgun, the traumatised Brydie (Mills) retreats from her teenaged peer group and finds companionship among a group of younger children with whom she pursues a new pastime: solemnly burying deceased animals in a quiet corner of the churchyard. Brydie finally finds her place in the adult world when she meets handsome young gypsy Roibin (Ian McShane).
Deborah Kerr and Hayley Mills star in this 1964 drama based on the stage play by Enid Bagnold. When disobedient teenager Laurel (Mills) manages to make yet another governess leave, her grandmother and guardian Mrs St. Maugham (Edith Evans) decides enough is enough. When Miss Madrigal (Kerr) shows up on their doorstep announcing herself as Laurel's new governess the girl quickly comes to realise that she may have finally met her match.
"My neck prickled with heat and, before I had time to analyze the feeling, bony fingers wrapped my arms in a vice. I screamed. I didn't think I'd ever screamed that loud before in my life. It was a long, terrified sound that nearly ripped me in half. I fought the hands that tried to restrain me and was able to turn just enough to see it was another hooded figure, their hood too low and dark to discern a face." Laila Benett was perfectly content with her life. She had a loving mother and sister, an amazing best friend and an uncomplicated life. But something changed. Now, she is being stalked by creatures in the night. Her sister has fallen ill, tearing her family apart. Her best friend is missing and she's stuck in the middle of a deadly love triangle. Laila meets Christopher, a seemingly easy-going, yet mysterious teenager. As he drags her deeper into a world she wants no part in, her life continues to be put into jeopardy and she fights to find out Christopher's dark secret while battling the confusing attraction she feels towards him. In her quest to uncover Christopher's secrets, she meets Henry, a stranger who looks familiar and knows too much about her. She continues her search and her fight to return her life to normal, but deep down she knows: things will never be the same again.
Martin Durnley, who has a childish alter ego "Georgie", lives with his mother Enid and his nouveau riche stepfather whom he resents intensely. Enid dotes on Martin, largely because her first son Pete is a "mongol", and she is afraid that Martin may inherit a similiar affliction.
One day whilst shopping Martin encounters Susan Harper, an attractive student currently working as a librarian. When he is caught shoplifting a toy duck baby-faced Martin adopts the guise of retarded Georgie, consequently Susan takes pity on him and offers to pay for the item rather than create a fuss.
This moment of kindness captures Martin's interest, sowing the seeds of a deadly obsession.
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.
This atmospheric thriller provided the breakthrough role for Hayley Mills, playing opposite her father John.
Polish sailor Korchinsky is furious to discover his lover has left him for another man and shoots her. The crime is witnessed by 10-year-old Gillie who steals the gun.
Investigating officer Graham is in pursuit when Korchinsky abducts Gillie.
In black & white.
As the first LLoyd Webber musical in 25 years to have its world premiere in the United States (not London) -- and as the first collaboration between LLoyd Webber and Harold Prince since The Phantom of the Opera -- Whistle Down the Wind will be the show, the tunes, and the story on everyone's lips this April. With this exciting world premiere of the new Broadway musical comes Hyperion's exclusive first-ever U.S. publication of the uplifting novel which set it all in motion.
Mary Hayley Bell's novel is a classic story of childhood innocence. It is a tale simply told by a child about how she and her brothers and sisters find a man in the barn who they believe is Jesus. They feed him and care for him and keep him secret from the grown-ups for many weeks until the sneak Amos Nodge gives the game away. The adults have a shrewder idea that the man is in fact a recently escaped convict. Adults and children converge on the barn, which is finally engulfed in flames. When the fire dies down, all that remains is a charred cross on the wall.
Whistle Down the Wind is a modern fable of faith, love, and human decency -- a powerful spiritual allegory. The publicity surrounding LLoyd Webber's musical will broadcast the outline of the novel to the world -- its heart will be found on the pages of this very special book.
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