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Passage HomePassage Home (1955)
Dir. Roy Ward Baker
Feat. Peter Finch, Anthony Steel, Diane Cilento
Torrid melodrama with the presence of a young woman on board a cargo ship causing tensions amongst the male crew.
Mutiny on the BountyMutiny on the Bounty (1962)
Dir. Lewis Milestone
Feat. Marlon Brando, Trevor Howard, Richard Harris
The story of Captain Bligh and mutineer Fletcher Christian is orchestrated here with a star cast and many a visual flourish. Marred, though not…
Tom JonesTom Jones (1963) Recommended
Dir. Tony Richardson
Feat. Albert Finney, Susannah York, Hugh Griffith
Albert Finney inhabits the randy trou of Tom Jones, a wild and reckless young man with an eye for the ladies. A lavishly produced Oscar winner,…
Bargee, TheBargee, The (1964)
Dir. Duncan Wood
Feat. Harry H. Corbett, Hugh Griffith, Eric Sykes
Mildly sexist, politically incorrect Brit comedy from the writers of STEPTOE AND SON follows a womanising barge worker (Corbett) and his fellow…
How to Steal a MillionHow to Steal a Million (1966)
Dir. William Wyler
Feat. Audrey Hepburn, Peter O'Toole, Eli Wallach
A top cast lifts this romantically–inclined suspense caper, wherein Hepburn must steal a forged sculpture belonging to her own family before it…
Start the Revolution Without MeStart the Revolution Without Me (1970)
Dir. Bud Yorkin
Feat. Donald Sutherland, Gene Wilder, Hugh Griffith
Cult favourite has Donald Sutherland and Gene Wilder playing identical twins in pre–revolution France.
Wuthering HeightsWuthering Heights (1970)
Dir. Robert Fuest
Feat. Anna Calder-Marshall, Timothy Dalton, Harry Andrews
Well–regarded version of the Bronte Classic, produced, incongruously enough, by exploitation studio AIP. Calder–Marshall and Dalton play…
Abominable Dr Phibes, TheAbominable Dr Phibes, The (1971) Recommended
Dir. Robert Fuest
Feat. Vincent Price, Joseph Cotton, Hugh Griffith
Seminal Vincent Price horror, which matches its camp trappings with a 70s relish for gore and ingenious varieties of murder. As a bereaved…
Canterbury Tales, TheCanterbury Tales, The (I Racconti di Canterbury) (1972) Recommended
Dir. Pier Paolo Pasolini
Feat. Hugh Griffith, Tom Baker, Pier Paolo Pasolini
Pasolini interprets four of Geoffrey Chaucer’s tales in the second of the director's medieval trilogy, set in a bawdy, perverse and dark vision of…
American Film Theatre - LutherAmerican Film Theatre - Luther (1973)
Dir. Guy Green
Feat. Stacy Keach, Patrick Magee, Hugh Griffith
Although receiving a somewhat muted reaction when originally released, this American Film Theatre production is a worthy adaptation of John Osborne's…

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