The 39 Steps (1935)
A well-intentioned gentleman finds himself in trouble after getting involved in counter-espionage.
The Brothers (1947)
A young woman working as a servant on the Isle of Skye struggles with the consequences of male attention and is caught up in a doomed love affair.
Floodtide (1949)
A young man from the country decides to go to the city and try and fulfil his dream of becoming a shipbuilder.
Henry V (1944)
Laurence Olivier brings his own dramatic touch to Shakespeare in a stirring tale of battle against the odds.
Hobson's Choice (1954)
Trouble at t'shop when eldest daughter of tyranical Lancashire bootmaker in 1890 decides to marry his timid, downtrodden employee.
The Reptile (1966)
A young couple moving into a remote cottage find the villagers unwelcoming and learn that travellers on the moors are meeting with mysterious deaths.
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