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A triple bill of the 'Look Who's Talking' films. In 'Look Who's Talking' (1989), Mollie (Kirstie Alley) is pregnant by Albert (George Segal), a married man who won't leave his wife. When her contractions start, she leaps into a taxi, driven by James (John Travolta) who accompanies her not only to the hospital but into the delivery room. Mollie gives birth to a healthy boy, Mikey (voice of Bruce Willis), and soon James is baby-sitting for her while she goes in search of a suitable father. The sequel, 'Look Who's Talking Too' (1990), picks up where the first film left off, with James and Mollie having another baby. Meanwhile, Mikey deals with growing up, the intrusion of a new baby sister Julie (voice of Roseanne Barr) and that daunting rite of passage - toilet training. In 'Look Who's Talking Now' (1993), Mollie is fired from her job, and takes a position in a toy department as a Christmas elf and James lands a job as a private pilot for the vampy socialite Samantha (Lysette Anthony). When the local street dog Rocks (voice of Danny DeVito) is taken home for son Mikey (David Gallagher), Samantha also turns up with her pampered poodle Daphne (voice of Diane Keaton) who Julie (Tabitha Lupien) instantly takes to. The dogs take an instant dislike to each other, but the parents are too tied up with their own problems to notice. When Mollie discovers that Samantha has whisked her husband off for a secret rendezvous on Christmas Eve, she determines to intercept them with kids and dogs in tow.
Ian Ogilvy and Steven Berkoff star in this crime thriller directed by Sacha Bennett. When Ritchie Archer (Ogilvy) gets a call telling him his brother and fellow former East End villain Charlie (Berkoff) has been murdered by a young gang, he returns to his old patch to seek justice. Seeing that the police have next to no information on his brother's killers, Ritchie decides to take the law into his own hands and rounds up members of his old gang to go out in search of the young punks. The cast also includes James Cosmo, Dani Dyer and Red Madrell.
The entire first and second series of the cult TV show.
In the first season, a group of builders from England go over to Germany to work on a site by day, and do their bit for European harmony and understanding by night. Whilst in the second season, the likeable Geordies along with boring Barry from Wolverhampton and Londoner Wayne, find themselves in the exotic location of Marbella, following the success of their trip to Germany.
Victorian society thrills to the crime-solving adventures of the great Sherlock Holmes, unaware that he is in fact a fictional character created by the real sleuth - Dr Watson (Ben Kingsley) - as a cover for his own detecting abilities. When Scotland Yard request that Holmes help them with their latest, baffling case, Watson is forced to provide him, in the form of weak, drunken actor Reginald Kincaid (Michael Caine).
Television drama directed by David Wickes and starring Michael Caine and Jane Seymour. It is 1888 and the East End of London is plagued by a vicious killer known as Jack the Ripper. Fear and outrage grow in the city as the victims of his brutality continue to be found. Chief Inspector Frederick Abberline (Caine) is assigned to the case and quickly discovers that there is more to the investigation than meets the eye. Abberline follows the trail of a conspiracy which leads all the way to the top of government. Supposedly based on top secret Home Office files, this drama purports to reveal the truth behind the grisly mystery of Jack the Ripper.
Every episode from Series 1-4 of the offbeat BBC crime drama. Scruffy amateur detective and master of illusion Jonathan Creek (Alan Davies) teams up with investigative crime writer Maddy Magellan (Caroline Quentin) in Series 1-3, and theatrical agent-turned-TV presenter Carla Borrega (Julia Sawlha) in Series 4, to solve a string of seemingly impossible cases. Episodes are: 'The Wrestler's Tomb', 'Jack in the Box', 'The Reconstituted Corpse', 'No Trace of Tracy', 'The House of Monkeys', 'Danse Macabre', 'Time Waits for Norman', 'The Scented Room', 'The Problem at the Gallows: Parts 1 and 2', 'Mother Redcap', 'The Curious Tale of Mr Spearfish', 'The Eyes of Tiresias', 'The Omega Man', 'Ghost's Forge', 'Miracle in Crooked Lane', 'The Three Gamblers', 'Satan's Chimney', 'The Coonskin Cap', 'Angel Hair', 'The Tailor's Dummy', 'The Seer of the Sands', 'The Chequered Box' and 'Gorgon's Wood'.
British comedy horror starring Steven Berkoff, Robert Englund and Martin Kemp. When werewolf chief Jack Ferris (Billy Murray) is accidentally killed by one of the dancers in a London strip joint, the girls who work there have until the next full moon before his bloodthirsty wolfpack descends to seek murderous retribution.
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