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Most Dangerous Game, TheMost Dangerous Game, The (1932) Recommended
Dir. Ernest B Shoedsack, Irving Pichel
Feat. Joel McCrea, Fay Wray, Leslie Banks
This mother of all chase–movies was adapted from Richard Connell's book by the makers of KING KONG. A fresh–faced Joel McCrea is…
Man Who Knew Too Much, TheMan Who Knew Too Much, The (1934)
Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
Feat. Leslie Banks, Peter Lorre
Peter Lorre stars in this original version as the villain who kidnaps an innocent man's child to ensure his silence. Budget limitations are overcome…
Sanders Of The RiverSanders Of The River (1935)
Dir. Zoltan Korda
Feat. Leslie Banks, Paul Robeson
Fascinatingly skewed epic set in a colonial protectorate in West Africa, where the British Commissioner (Banks) tries to cultivate 'civilized'…
Fire Over EnglandFire Over England (1937)
Dir. William K. Howard
Feat. Laurence Olivier, Dame Flora Robson, Raymond Massey
The war between England and Spain in the late 16th century serves as the backdrop for this lavish drama. Laurence Olivier plays a British naval…
Twenty One DaysTwenty One Days (21 Days Together) (1940)
Dir. Basil Dean
Feat. Vivien Leigh, Laurence Olivier, Leslie Banks
Laurence Olivier plays a playboy embroiled in the death of an attractive model's blackmailer in this curious pre–war melodrama, from the…
Cottage to LetCottage to Let (1941)
Dir. Anthony Asquith
Feat. Leslie Banks, Alastair Sim, John Mills
Brit thriller focusing on an inventor in the business of bomb testing for the Air Ministry, whose supposedly innocent domestic staff is riddled with…
Went the Day Well?Went the Day Well? (1942) Aro Favourite
Dir. Alberto Cavalcanti
Feat. Leslie Banks, Valerie Taylor, Marie Lohr
British pluck and courage is put to the test in this Graham Greene story, where a cosy English village is infiltrated during WWII by a truckload of…
Henry VHenry V (1944) Recommended
Dir. Laurence Olivier
Feat. Laurence Olivier, Robert Newton, Leslie Banks
Brimming with zest, this Shakespeare adaption became an instant classic when released, featuring Laurence Olivier in full sail as the youthful…

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