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Movie Classics

Brighton Rock

Adapted from Graham Greene’s novel, Brighton Rock is the story of a small-town hoodlum trying to cover up a murder and the innocent girl who falls in love with him. More…

Brighton Rock
Beyond A Reasonable Doubt

Tom Garret (Dana Andrews) is a writer who willingly agrees to implicate himself in a murder to prove a point; that circumstantial evidence is not enough to convict a man. More…

Beyond A Reasonable Doubt
Shadow Of A Doubt

Perhaps not Hitchcock’s most celebrated film but it’s a tense noir about an idealistic young woman who comes to suspect her favourite uncle of being an infamous serial killer. More…

Shadow Of A Doubt
The Maltese Falcon

Humphrey Bogart stars as private detective Sam Spade in John Huston’s jet black Noir which sees him vying with various criminals on the trail of a coveted avian statue. More…

The Maltese Falcon
Force Of Evil

Abraham Polonsky’s 1948 film noir sees John Garfield playing a lawyer working for a powerful gangster who wants to take control of the numbers racket in New York. More…

Force Of Evil
At War With The Army

Comedy legends Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis starred in 15 films together from 1950 to 1956, starting with this one, At War With The Army, set at an army post in Kentucky at the end of 1944. More…

At War With The Army
Big Business

The comedy duo play door-to-door Christmas tree salesmen in this short silent film and end up getting into an escalating feud with a grumpy would-be customer with hilarious results. More…

Big Business
Pinocchio

Walt Disney’s second animated feature film, based on the novel The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi, is the enduring story of a wooden boy learning to listen to his conscience. More…

Pinocchio
Death On The Nile

Set in Egypt during the 1930s, Agatha Christie’s murder mystery sees the Belgian detective trying to solve the murder of a wealthy heiress on a paddle steamer on the River Nile. More…

Death On The Nile
Alfie

Meet Alfie Elkins, a confident, charming and utterly selfish man. However, his callous ways start to show themselves as certain events make him rethink his lifestyle. More…

Alfie
The Apartment

Billy Wilder’s entryist masterpiece, The Apartment, conceals a satirical, somewhat downbeat look at Capitalist America with a warm, crowd-pleasing exterior. More…

The Apartment
North By Northwest

North by Northwest sees Hitchcock at the height of his powers, but with a sly sense of irony and some Freudian undertones, this is no mere empty headed glamorous spy romp. More…

North By Northwest
Casablanca

Based on the unpublished stage play Everybody Comes To Rick’s by Murray Burnett and Joan Alison, Casablanca is a film that remains a firm part of popular culture today. More…

Casablanca
Singin’ In The Rain

Full of fun and energy, Singin’ In The Rain, starring Gene Kelly, is a glorious celebration of film, both the history and the medium, and easily one of the best movie musicals ever made. More…

Singin’ In The Rain
Advise & Consent

Otto Preminger’s 1961 film pushed censorship boundaries with its story about a married family man and senator whose homosexual affair is threatened to be revealed during an investigation. More…

Advise & Consent

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