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Movie Classics

Gone With The Wind

Based on the novel by Margaret Mitchell and directed by Victor Fleming, Gone With The Wind is among the most revered of Hollywood epics, and Max tells us why. More…

Gone With The Wind
The Wizard Of Oz

We’re off to see the Wizard, the wonderful Wizard of Oz! Would you like to join us for an adventure? Don’t worry – the real world will still be waiting when we get back. More…

The Wizard Of Oz
The Big Lift

Starring Montgomery Clift as a flight engineer during the Blockade and filmed in post-war Berlin, The Big Lift offers us a glimpse of a city struggling to get back on its feet. More…

The Big Lift
Dr Strangelove

Stanley Kubrick combines arbsudism, sexual innuendo, and the end of the world in his superb, blackly satirical masterpiece with Peter Sellers in three leading roles. More…

Dr Strangelove
A King In New York

50 years old and still utterly relevant; A King in New York sees Chaplin as a deposded monarch having to deal with the pressures of celebrity after arriving in the USA. More…

A King In New York
Monsieur Verdoux

Written by Orson Welles, Chaplin’s first film in which he completely discarded the Little Tramp image is a darkly satirical look at a mass murdering polygamist. More…

Monsieur Verdoux
Ice Cold In Alex

Ice Cold In Alex is a tale of determination, courage and ingenuity in the most unforgiving of environments, and the friendships that are born out of such endurance. More…

Ice Cold In Alex
Outcast Of The Islands

Directed by Carol Reed and based on the novel by Joseph Conrad, Outcast Of The Islands studies a corrupt Dutch colonial’s slow descent into madness in deepest Asia. More…

Outcast Of The Islands
Morgan, A Suitable Case For Treatment

Welcome to 1960’s London where we meet Morgan Delt, a gorilla loving Marxist desperate to stop his wife from divorcing him and marrying his former best friend. More…

Morgan, A Suitable Case For Treatment
Manhunt

Fritz Lang’s 1941 World War 2 thriller bridges the director’s Expressionist style from the days of Metropolis (1927) and Film Noir with Scarlet Street (1945). More…

Manhunt
Passport To Pimlico

In this Ealing Studios classic, the residents of Miramont Gardens in Pimlico find themselves foreigners in their own country when a legal loophole declares them Burgundians. More…

Passport To Pimlico
Love Story

Let’s take you back to 1970 with Ali MacGraw and Ryan O’Neal in Love Story, a film famous for its evocative score and the line “Love means never having to say you’re sorry.” More…

Love Story
The Thin Red Line

Based on the James Jones novel, Keir Dullea stars as Private Doll, a man determined to stay alive at any cost, in a place that would drive anyone to insanity. More…

The Thin Red Line
Gilda

Often imitated but never duplicated, screen siren Rita Hayworth sizzles as the ultimate femme fatale, caught in a tug of war, in this film noir classic from 1946. More…

Gilda
An Affair To Remember

With its tragic story but with love conquering all in the end, An Affair To Remember, a remake of Love Affair, is one of the best loved romantic classics of all time. More…

An Affair To Remember

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