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Box set containing all five films from the hugely popular 'Herbie' series. In 'The Love Bug' (1969), Herbie, a Volkswagen with a mind of its own, gets involved with a race car driver (Dean Jones), after a stuffy rival (David Tomlinson) takes a haughty attitude towards the car. In 'Herbie Rides Again' (1974), Herbie tries to help an old woman who is trying to prevent a property developer from building a skyscraper on her land. In 'Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo' (1977), a spy ring hide a huge diamond in Herbie's gas tank while he is racing in a Paris to Monte Carlo race. Herbie also finds time to fall in love with a Lancia. In 'Herbie Goes Bananas' (1980), the little VW is being driven to Brazil to to race in Rio, but finds several slapstick obstacles in his way. Finally, in 'Herbie Fully Loaded' (2005), the world's wackiest Volkswagen is back in action. Maggie Peyton (Lindsay Lohan), the first Peyton to graduate from college receives a graduation present from her dad (Michael Keaton). But instead of a 250Z, she instead receives a Volkswagon Bug (Herbie) who soon takes over all of Maggie's driving. After having her best friend Kevin (Justin Long) restore Herbie, she goes to the car show and beats all-time racer Trip Murphy (Matt Dillon). He demands a rematch and attempts to discover the secret behind Herbie. After losing a big race to Trip because of Herbie's stubbornness, Maggie enters the Daytona 500. But will Herbie win?
Stanley Kubrick's Oscar-nominated black comedy starring Peter Sellers and Sterling Hayden. When lunatic General Jack D. Ripper (Hayden) launches a nuclear attack on Russia, President Merkin Muffley of the United States (Sellers) consults his advisors, among them the wheelchair-bound, ex-Nazi scientist Dr Strangelove (also Sellers). Meanwhile, British officer Captain Mandrake (Sellers again) attempts to cancel the unplanned attack. George C. Scott, Keenan Wynn, James Earl Jones and Slim Pickens all co-star.
Hailed as one of Walt Disney's most hilarious comedies, The Absent Minded Professor contains two essential elements for laughter - Fred MacMurray and Flubber, his gravity-defying formula for flying rubber!
You'll visit Medfield College and delight in the fun when Professor Brainard uses Flubber to put more bounce in the basketball team, fly a Model "T" jalopy over Washington, D.C., and save Medfield College from financial ruin.
A triple bill of stop-motion Seasonal favourites. In 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer' (1964), join Sam the Snowman (voice of Burl Ives) as he tells us the enchanting story of Rudolph's magical adventures on the Island of the Misfit Toys. Will he return in time to help Santa guide his sleigh through the snowstorm? 'Santa Claus is Comin' To Town' (1970) features the voice of Mickey Rooney as Santa Claus and is narrated by the enchanting Fred Astaire. The story centres around an orphan boy, Kris Kringle (Rooney) and how he turned into the Santa Claus we all know and love today. Also featured with the title film is the bonus feature entitled 'The Little Drummer Boy', the classic story of the young, orphaned Drummer Boy who has no gifts to give the new-born baby Jesus except a song on his drum. Finally, in 'Frosty the Snowman' (1969), it's party time for Karen (June Foray) and her friends, when they discover their snowman 'Frosty' has come to life on Christmas Eve! But will they be able to save Frosty from the sunshine and escape the clutches of the evil Professor Hinckle, who wants to steal Frosty's magical hat?
When Captain Nolan (Richard Harris) kills its mate and child at sea, the whale Orca sets off to the mainland seeking revenge. As the locals gradually, one by one, fall prey to the whale's rampant bloodlust, pressure mounts on Nolan to return to the sea and take Orca down. And so Nolan sets sail, accompanied by a stylish scientist (Charlotte Rampling) and a wise Indian (Will Sampson), ready to stake everything in a climactic man-versus-beast showdown.
Made-for-TV feature spin-off from the popular 1960s NBC series in which a pair of secret agents deal with global conspiracies and plots. Threats to the world order appear to have died down substantially in the years since Napoleon Solo (Robert Vaughn) and Illya Kuryakin (David McCallum) tackled international terrorists and other rogue agencies - to the extent that the organisation they worked for, U.N.C.L.E., has been disbanded and the two agents are now otherwise employed. However, when the terror network THRUSH raises its ugly head again - stealing a nuclear weapon and attempting to hold the world to ransom - Solo and Kuryakin are recalled to use their former skills to foil the plot. Can the two ageing agents roll back the years and save the world once again?
Classic late period film noir directed by virtuoso Orson Welles. A sweaty thriller set in a hellish border town, it stars Charlton Heston as Mike Vargas, the self-righteous Mexican cop who goes up against Welles' monumental Hank Quinlan, an old-time detective who fabricates evidence in order to mount a case based on gut-instinct. Famous for its incredibly choreographed seven-minute opening shot, Henry Mancini's powerful score, and the faded magnificence of the Quinlan character, it is often considered to be Welles' second masterpiece.
An animated classic featuring the vocal talents of Fred Astaire, Mickey Rooney and Keenan Wynn. It tells the story of how an orphaned child solves Kris Kringle's problems and gives joy to the children of Christmas Village.
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