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Movie Classics

Angel And The Badman

Written and directed by James Edward Grant, Angel And The Badman is a great western with The Duke turning in a fine performance as a one-time lawman finding love. More…

Angel And The Badman
The Searchers

John Ford and John Wayne team up for an unflinching and grim examination of what made America what it is, in what may very well be the greatest western of all time. More…

The Searchers
Red River

John Wayne and Montgomery Clift star in this sweeping epic directed by Howard Hawks which sees tensions growing during a long and arduous cattle drive. More…

Red River
Rear Window

We take a look Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window starring James Stewart and Grace Kelly and the idea of information and responsibility. What does it means for us now? More…

Rear Window
Barefoot In The Park

Robert Redford plays a stodgy young lawyer and Jane Fonda is his fun-seeking free spirited wife. They’re starting their lives together as newlyweds in this romantic comedy from Neil Simon. More…

Barefoot In The Park
Irma La Douce

The last film in writer and director Billy Wilder’s Love and Deception trilogy is also the least well regarded, but Irma La Douce fits perfectly into that collection. More…

Irma La Douce
The Hitch-Hiker

Based on the true story of Billy Cook a psychotic killer, Ida Lupino’s The Hitch-Hiker is a great example of what makes film noir a general aesthetic as opposed to a specific genre. More…

The Hitch-Hiker
His Girl Friday

Based on the stage play, The Front Page, Howard Hawk’s screwball comedy sees a newspaper editor’s ex wife about to marry another man and has to work fast to win her back. More…

His Girl Friday
The Long Hot Summer

Paul Newman sizzles in this classic southern fried melodrama, based on a story by William Faulkner, playing Ben Quick, a rough and ready barn-burning Rancher. More…

The Long Hot Summer
The Sting

The Sting was one of my favourite movies from an early age and it’s stood the test of time well. Newman, Redford and co. are a joy to watch even when you know the ending. More…

The Sting
Point Blank

John Boorman’s 1967 film, Point Blank, sees Lee Marvin stealing a large amount of cash from a courier transporting funds for a major gambling operation. More…

Point Blank
The Wild Geese

Based on the novel by Daniel Carney, The Wild Geese – a satisfying action romp – sees a group of aging mercenaries played by stars of yesteryear, including Richard Burton. More…

The Wild Geese
The Bridge On The River Kwai

Based on the novel by Pierre Boulle, The Bridge On The River Kwai is one of those films which really makes you wonder why we fight and what the sense of it is. More…

The Bridge On The River Kwai
My Fair Lady

It’s a battle of accents, class and stubbornness in My Fair Lady as ‘Enry ‘Iggins trains a cockney flower girl into a high-society lady for a bet. More…

My Fair Lady
Charade

Stanley Donen’s espionage yarn sees Audrey Hepburn falling for Cary Grant whilst trying to decide who she can trust as various crooks chase her late husband’s fortune. More…

Charade

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