The Bridge On The River Kwai (1957)
An exhausted group of prisoners of war are forced to build a bridge, yet keep their spirits high.
The Fallen Idol (1948)
A butler working in a foreign embassy falls under suspicion when his wife falls to her death and the only witness is a child.
Kidnapped (1971)
Fatalistic yet charming adventure yarn.
Lawrence Of Arabia (1962)
A flamboyant biography of T E Lawrence. There is no greater cinematic epic.
The League Of Gentlemen (1960)
Ex-army officers execute a sophisticated maneuver to relieve a London bank of its used pound notes.
Mandy (1952)
A teacher tries to help a deaf and mute child to communicate.
Zulu (1964)
A small group of British soldiers strives to defend an isolated settlement against the full might of the Zulu army.
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