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RobberyRobbery (1967) Recommended
Dir. Peter Yates
Feat. Sir Stanley Baker, Joanna Pettet, James Booth
Topnotch heist film is a tension filled reconstruction of "The Great Train Robbery" with Stanley Baker in the Ronnie Biggs role. Film gets off to…
Inspector ClouseauInspector Clouseau (1968)
Dir. Bud Yorkin
Feat. Alan Arkin, Frank Finlay, Patrick Cargill
This little known entry in the "Pink Panther" series of films was made by the Mirisch company in spite of Peter Sellers and director Blake Edwards…
FrenzyFrenzy (1972) Recommended
Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
Feat. Jon Finch, Alec McCowen, Barry Foster
Hitchcock's last really great thriller, concerning a Cockney strangler plaguing the streets of London and setting up Jon Finch as the wrong man.…
Van Der Valk (TV Series)Van Der Valk (TV Series) (1972-1992)
Feat. Barry Foster, Joanna Dunham, Michael Latimer
A hugely popular police procedural series starring Barry Foster as Van der Valk, a no–nonsense Dutch detective and head of the Amsterdam CID…
Sweeney!Sweeney! (1977)
Dir. David Wickes
Feat. John Thaw, Dennis Waterman, Barry Foster
An officer in the Flying Squad, a division of London's Metropolitan Police, becomes embroiled in a political scandal when he investigates the death…
Smiley's PeopleSmiley's People (1982) Recommended
Dir. Simon Langton
Feat. Alec Guinness, Bernard Hepton, Barry Foster
Alec Guinness is John Le Carre's Smiley, a retired agent called back to investigate a collegue's assasination which leads him on a treacherous…
MauriceMaurice (1987) Recommended
Dir. James Ivory
Feat. Hugh Grant, James Wilby, Rupert Graves
In the face of Edwardian attitudes and noble breeding, two young Englishmen comes to terms with their homosexuality. From E.M. Forster's novel.
After PilkingtonAfter Pilkington (1987) Recommended
Dir. Christopher Morahan
Feat. Bob Peck, Miranda Richardson, Barry Foster
The exhilirating complications and barbed wit of Simon Gray's stageplay survive this BBC thriller, about an Oxford professor (Bob Peck) drawn into a…

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