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CertificationU Our Rating

Groucho plays Dr Hugo Hackenbush, a horse doctor mistakenly put in charge of a sanitorium. To save it he has to win at the races. Includes the great scene when Chico sells Groucho more books than he can hold for a simple betting tip, and the scene where two people are "redecorated". find out more...

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The sister who drinks too much, the daughter who divorces too much, they're both there with Tobias and Agnes for a little get-togetherů and tear-apart. 'A Delicate Balance' was Edward Albee's first Pulitzer Prize winning play and in it he examines the same waspish middle-class America which he explored to such caustic effect in 'Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolf?' find out more...

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An adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's play, which caused such a scandal with its critical stance on marriage. The film was shot entirely on location in Norway and features a haunting score by Michel Legrand. find out more...

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The original and best adaptation of Hemingway's sweeping WW1 novel. Cooper positively smoulders as the US ambulanceman who falls in love with an English nurse and finally goes AWOL to join her only to find, tragically, that he may be too late. Oscars for Best Cinematography and Sound. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Much imitated but never surpassed first film in Sergio Leone's iconic trilogy starring the 'man with no name' as a nomadic loner who rides into a small border town ripped apart by two feuding crime families. Brilliant, stylish, bloody and proof that Europeans make better Westerns than the Americans! find out more...

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An American officer and German cabaret singer are having an affair, but a starchy Republican congresswoman sent to Berlin to check on 'morality', whilst initially shocked by the levels of corruption surrounding her, soon falls for the officer's charms. find out more...

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A bawdy, pacey romp in that salacious "Carry On" style we all know so well! Mostel is a slave on the look out for freedom. The scheming slave is never far from a laugh in this fast and furious farce. Mel Brooks couldn't have done better himself. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The first part of Wajda's triology of films, the hopeful one, is set in Warsaw 1942, deals with the setting up of a youth resistance group and sticks very much to the CP line of courage, honour and self-sacrifice. These three films rank amongst the greatest achievments of contempory European cinema and Zbigniew Cybulski's performance is rated as one of cinema's greatest. find out more...

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Part 1 of Wajda's trilogy of wartime films, the hopeful one, is set in Wola, a working-class area of Warsaw in 1942, and deals with the graduation of a bunch of semi-delinquent street kids, through individual acts of defiance and courage, into a youth resistance group. The heroism is not simple, neither loyalties nor self-sacrifice are assured, but united they will be. find out more...

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The first Beatle movie and (some would say) the best. Zappy, zany, snappy and with the cuddly mop tops looning about in a lovable manner. find out more...