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An enduring and endearing romance with Grant and Kerr as two people who inadvertently fall in love aboard ship, despite both being already involved elsewhere. They vow to meet again, but things don't work out as planned. Romantic. find out more...

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Michael Anderson had the bright idea of collecting hundreds of stars together way before Robert Altman thought of it and here they all are, in glorious technicolour. Niven is suberb, as always, as the impeccable Fogg who, for a wager, tries to circumnavigate the globe in 80 days! Hop on a sailing railroad across The West! Be attacked by fierce prairie Indians! Rescue a Princess in India! Sail a burning Atlantic paddle-wheeler! Fight bulls in Spain! Romp through Paris! Won Best Picture at 1956 Ac find out more...

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Five assorted rogues gather for a boat trip to East Africa hoping to enrich themselves on an undeveloped uranium lode; also booked on the boat is a pompous English fool and his gorgeous wife. Comic mayhem develops in this film noir (specifically 'The Maltese Falcon') spoof, everyone's after the dosh and romance develops
This film has achieved minor cult status and has more than its share of knowing jokes and references. find out more...

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Grant is in uncharacteristic mode as a skiving, drunken bum seeing out WW2 on a South Sea island. Bribed into coast watching for the Aussie Navy, he takes to his task quite happily until the arrival of a shapely French schoolteacher and her seven small charges. A light-hearted saccharine romance. find out more...

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Singing and dancing from Fred and Ginger, songs from Irving Berlin. We Saw The Sea, Let Yourself Go, Get Thee Behind Me Satan, I'd Rather Lead A Band, Let Yourself Go, I'm Putting All My Eggs In One Basket and Let's Face The Music And Dance are the classic song and dance routines - a total treat. find out more...

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Stowing away on a ship bound for America the Marx Brothers blag their way into the country by all attempting to be Maurice Chevalier. This unsurprisingly sets the scene for the madness that ensues, as the lads prepare to bring their own peculiar chaos to the restrained order of Long Island society. Mad, bad, peerless. find out more...

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The submarine Sea Tiger is on its last legs, but sets to sea after a hasty repair job by the very motley crew. However when a leak springs it's down to five army nurses, who've invaded the vessel, to get it shipshape and in the pink - literally! Grant and Curtis are inspired in this frothy wartime farce. 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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Buster returns home to his estranged father, a tough, no-nonsense steamboat captain, and while the two are as different as chalk and cheese the father and son are drawn together when a no-good rival attempts to take over Bill Sr's Mississippi business. One of Buster Keaton's best, the list of breath taking stunts include the classic collapsing house, where our hero is saved only by the open top floor window. Genius. find out more...

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A great Ealing comedy. Criticised at the time of release for its anti-Americanism, the story is of a tycoon who has accidently hired the wrong boat, a tiny old "puffer", to carry his sacred material possessions to his newly bought island. find out more...