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When a modern-day witch, Gillian Holroyd, falls for a handsome New York publisher, Shep Henderson, she casts a spell to ward him off marrying an old and despised love rival. However, what starts as attraction motivated by jealousy soon develops in to something far deeper, true love. Can Gillian, with all her spells and potions, win over Shep's heart. A delightful romantic comedy with a great cast! find out more...

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Based on the novel by Truman Capote. A brilliant romantic comedy about a young girl, Holly Golightly, who is determined to marry into money, but discovers that her next door neighbour has more important qualities! find out more...

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The kind of light-hearted innocent and yet sophisticated comedy that they just don't make anymore. A flighty young socialite and a crusty zoology professor are thrown together by fate - and a leopard called Baby. Outstanding screwball comedy from the immaculate Hepburn and Grant. find out more...

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Hepburn is an art forger's daughter who mistakenly hires a private detective, O'Toole, to steal back one of her dad's creations from a Paris museum display. A romantic comedy.

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A suave business man unable to obtain a divorce enters into an affair with an actress in search of the "real thing". The vivacity of the performances, see Grant's improvised dance at a London club or the "phone sex' scene, lift this above the pack. A diamond. find out more...

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Judy Holliday stars as Gladys Glover, a young woman who wants to make a name for herself, so she rents a billboard on Columbus Circle and advertises her name. When a wealthy soap manufacturer tries to wrestle the billboard away from Gladys he finds himself falling in love with her.

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Hudson and Day are two rival advertising executives. When Day tries to steal one of Hudson's key accounts mystery clients little does she realise that it is Hudson himself that she's met and who has a ball on her account with his deception. find out more...

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Brad and Jan share a phone line and as a result develop a hatred for one another. But when Jan falls in love with a handsome Texan she has no idea it could be the same man. The combination of Technicolor and fifties kitsch makes this a dazzling comedy. The premise of the film is a reversal on 'You've Got Mail' although the technology is rather dated here! It's a simple but lovely comedy that is perfect for a rainy afternoon. Party phone lines may be a thing of the past but the split screen effec find out more...

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Mixing silent film techniques with the new element of sound - only one-fifth of the film offers dialogue - Rich And Strange tells the charming story of Fred Hill (Henry Kendall) and his wife, Emily (Joan Barry), a small-town British couple who inherit some money from a rich uncle and suddenly decide to take a world cruise. Their newfound sophistication having backfired, the couple will have to try to return to good old England, but their journey will be full of mishaps and unexpected disaster. R find out more...

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For all romantics this is essential viewing. Hepburn as the princess going awol is simply stunning, Peck smoulders to perfection, Rome is beautiful and all is right with the world. Ah, they don't make them like that any more.Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful! find out more...