The Amazing Mr Blunden (1972)
Siblings travel back in time to help right a 100-year-old wrong.
Beloved Enemy (1981)
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The Company of Wolves (1984)
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If.... (1968)
Anarchy in the sixth form.
Possession (2002)
An academic and a descendant of a poet find love is on the cards as they investigate a romance from the past.
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