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  • Best Of British War Best Of British War | DVD | (15/10/2007) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £21.99

    The pack contains Candlelight in Algeria with James Mason; First of the Few with Leslie Howard and David Niven; and for the first ever time on DVD Tomorrow We Live with Greta Gynt. Tomorrow We Live was based on the true story of SS hostage-taking and shootings of innocent civilians. Part of the successful 'Best of British' series which showcases lost or unreleased films from the heyday of British cinema.

  • An American In Paris [1951] An American In Paris | DVD | (06/10/2008) from £8.99  |  Saving you £4.00 (30.80%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Gene Kelly stars as Jerry Mulligan a carefree young artist in post-WW II Paris. In her spectacular film debut Leslie Caron is Lise Bourvier a lonely French shopgirl engaged to marry a successful entertainer unless jerry can convince her otherwise! From their first on-screen meeting to the spectacular ballet finale Kelly and Caron are superb. And in his role as Jerry's best friend pianist Oscar Levant keeps the action lively with his droll humor and acid wit.

  • Classic Films Triple - Prick Up Your Ears/Made in Britain/Meantime [1982] Classic Films Triple - Prick Up Your Ears/Made in Britain/Meantime | DVD | (06/10/2008) from £6.99  |  Saving you £6.00 (46.20%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Titles Comprise: Made In Britain: Tim Roth made an unforgettable screen debut as the tattooed contemptuous racist Trevor. Made In Britain depicts his relationship with Harry and the reasons behind his violence with documentary-style naturalism. Filmed on location in London Made In Britain is one of the most memorable feature-length TV dramas of the 1980s. Prick Up Your Ears: Joe Orton was one of the 1960s golden boys from working class Leicester lad to national celebrity from sexual innocent to grinning satyr from penniless student to icon of Swinging London. He became a star by breaking the rules - sexual and theatrical. But while his plays including Loot What the Butler Saw and Entertaining Mr Sloane were hugely successful his private life was sometimes sordid often farcical and ended in tragedy... Meantime: A drama which centres on the Pollack family who live in a council house in East London whose lives are affected by unemployment and boredom...

  • I Dream Of Jeannie - Series 1 - Complete [1965] I Dream Of Jeannie - Series 1 - Complete | DVD | (06/10/2008) from £7.99  |  Saving you £13.05 (43.50%)  |  RRP £29.99

    With the blink of her eyes and a nod of her head Barbara Eden will make your wishes come true in the premiere season of I Dream Of Jeannie. Larry Hagman stars as Captain Anthony Tony Nelson an astronaut who finds himself Master to a beautiful and crafty genie (Eden) whom he unknowingly releases from a bottle. Together he and Jeannie are a magical match. Packed with bonus features and boasting some of television's brightest guest stars such as Dabney Coleman Maureen McCormick and Bill Mumy I Dream Of Jeannie is the beloved must-own comedy series that will have you dreaming of TV's Golden Age.

  • Bing Crosby Bing Crosby | DVD | (08/05/2006) from £17.69  |  Saving you £32.30 (64.60%)  |  RRP £49.99

    A fantastic 8 disc special edition box set featuring some of the finest Bing Crosby movies going. Rhythm On The River (Dir. Victor Schertzinger 1940): Bing Crosby and Mary Martin play a pair of star-crossed ghostwriters he of melody and she of lyrics who discover that the man they write for is a fake but their love for each other is real. Rhythm On The Range (Dir. Norman Taurog 1936): Bing plays a singing cowboy out where the b-b-b-buffalo roam in this lighthearted musical western. Birth Of The Blues (Dir. Victor Schertzinger 1941): Bing Crosby is Jeff Lambert a clarinet player who is out to start a band called the Basin Street Hot-Shots. When Betty Lou (Martin) joins as vocalist romance ensues between everyone involved stirring things up a bit. The film pays homage to Dixieland greats such as Duke Ellington and Louis Armstrong and contains many musical numbers filled with cool clarinets and sizzling jam sessions such as: ""Birth of the Blues"" ""Melancholy Baby"" ""St. Louis Blues"" and ""St. James Infirmary."" Blue Skies (Dir. Stuart Heisler 1941): The owner of a nightclub (Crosby) and a dancing star (Astaire) play friends turned romantic rivals in this musical featuring the songs of Irving Berlin. A nostalgic loosely constructed musical that follows the years-long rivalry between two musical stars who love the same woman. Paul Draper rather than Astaire was originally cast in the role of the disk jockey. The Emperor Waltz (Dir. Billy Wilder 1948): Bing Crosby stars as Virgil H. Smith a phonograph salesman plying his wares in turn-of-the-20th-century Vienna. Believing that if he's able to sell a phonograph to Emperor Franz Joseph I the rest of Austria will soon follow his example Virgil attempts to gain access to the man. After he's refused admission to the palace by guards who believe the phonograph to be a bomb he meets Countess Johanna Augusta Franziska (Joan Fontaine) when his mutt gets into a fight with her pedigreed poodle which has just been chosen to mate with that of the emperor and the owners part on bad terms. When Virgil again tries to approach the emperor while he's hunting in the Australian Tyrol the vindictive Johanna happens to be present and sees to it that Virgil is deported. However the Countess' dog Scheherazade soon suffers a nervous breakdown and the attending veterinarian a strict Freudian insists that Virgil's dog must return to re-enact their conflict. A Connecticut Yankee (Dir. Tay Garnett 1949): The musical version of Mark Twain's 1889 novel. Bing plays a blacksmith who is knocked out and wakes up in the days of King Arthur. He is proclaimed a wizard and experiences many knightly adventures. Songs crooned include ""Busy Doing Nothing"" and ""Once and For Always."" Going My Way (Dir. Leo McCarey 1944): Youthful Father Chuck O'Malley (Bing Crosby) led a colorful life of sports song and romance before joining the Roman Catholic clergy but his level gaze and twinkling eyes make it clear that he knows he made the right choice. After joining a parish O'Malley's worldly knowledge helps him connect with a gang of kids looking for direction and handle the business details of the church-building fund winning over his aging conventional superior (Barry Fitzgerald). The Bells Of St. Mary's (Dir. Leo McCarey 1945): Bing Crosby reprising his role as worldly-wise Father Chuck O'Malley and introduces Crosby's beloved song ""Aren't You Glad You're You?"" Father O'Malley is transferred to the soon-to-be-condemned school run by Sister Benedict (Ingrid Bergman) and the two quickly match wits and stubbornness eventually finding a middle ground.

  • Young At Heart [1954] Young At Heart | DVD | (08/03/2004) from £14.99  |  Saving you £3.00 (16.70%)  |  RRP £17.99

    Barney Sloan (Frank Sinatra) is a cynical down-on-his-luck musician who reluctantly agrees to help his composer friend Alex Burke (Gig Young) with a new comedy he is working on. However Barney gains a new perspective on life and love when he meets Alex's irrepressibly perky fiancee Laurie (Doris Day) - and promptly falls in love with her! A musical remake of the 1938 film 'Four Daughters' with Sinatra offering definitively gloomy renditions of 'Someone to Watch Over Me' and 'One More for My Baby' before Day manages to put a smile on his face featuring a superb score written by Cole Porter and George and Ira Gershwin.

  • Magical Mystery Tour [Deluxe Box] [DVD] [2012] Magical Mystery Tour | DVD | (08/10/2012) from £44.49  |  Saving you £14.50 (24.60%)  |  RRP £58.99

  • Curse Of Frankenstein, The / Horror Of Dracula / The Mummy [1958] Curse Of Frankenstein, The / Horror Of Dracula / The Mummy | DVD | (21/10/2002) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £30.99

    The Curse Of Frankenstein: (WS 1.85:1 Dolby Digital (1.0) Mono: English 80 mins) Following his partner's denouncement of their research into the secret of life the monstrous Frankenstein becomes more and more obsessed with the sinister experiments. Drawn deeper into madness by his dark work Frankenstein decides to create a man who is a superior being. Committing unimaginable horrors to complete the experiment Frankenstein has to face the consequences of playing god when the monster awakes... Dracula: (WS 1.85:1 Dolby Digital (1.0) Mono: English 79 mins) Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing Britain's premier masters of the macabre bring Dracula to vivid full-colour death in this retelling of Bram Stoker's spellbinding vampire tale. Dracula (Lee) a centuries-old nobleman damned to an eternal half-life travels from his native Transylvania to London. In the lurid nightlife of his adopted city he finds new victims. He also finds Dr. Van Helsing (Cushing) a scientist who becomes the count's impeccable foe in a deadly game of cat-and-mouse. The Mummy: (WS 1.85:1 Dolby Digital (1.0) Mono: English 85 mins) Egypt 1895: An archaeological expedition led by Stephen Banning (Felix Aylmer) and his son John (Peter Cushing) discover the 4000-year-old tomb of Princess Ananka. Ignoring warnings from a mysterious Egyptian that He who robs the graves of Egypt dies they enter the tomb. Whilst alone in the tomb Stephen Banning finds and reads the ancient 'Scroll of Life' and suddenly suffers a breakdown. Three years later John Banning visits his father confined to a nursing home since his return from Egypt and is warned that a 'living mummy' guarded the tomb of Ananka and will avenge those who desecrate it's Princess's tomb. Unknown to the Bannings Mehemet Bey has transported the mummy (Christopher Lee) to England and revives it using the 'Scroll of Life'. That night Stephen Banning is brutally murdered by the mummy. When his uncle suffers the same fate John Banning realises that his life is now in danger. He also discovers that his wife Isobel will be confronted by the 4000 year-old mummy as it embarks on a night of terror and murderous retribution...

  • All About Eve [1950] All About Eve | DVD | (18/02/2002) from £3.95  |  Saving you £5.90 (45.40%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Alfred Hitchcock famously observed that movies should be more than just picture postcards of people talking. Sometimes, though, dialogue is all that's needed. Joseph L. Mankiewicz's immaculately scripted All About Eve is a case in point. There are no special effects (unless one considers Marilyn Monroe's wiggle or a scene in which a car breaks down). What the movie offers instead is some of the most coruscating one-liners ever committed to celluloid. The top-name cast certainly know how to put Mankiewicz's words across. Anne Baxter is all doe-eyed charm as Eve, the ruthless aspiring actress who passes herself off as a little girl lost. George Sanders (eminent character actor and the voice of Shere Khan the tiger in The Jungle Book) shows his customary mellowness of sneer as Addison De Witt, theatre critic and professional cynic ("a venomous foot louse" as he's characterised) who helps push Eve up the greasy pole toward success, if not happiness. Best of all is Bette Davis, a soured but still resplendent stage diva, who takes Eve under her wing. ("I'll admit I've seen better days but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail--like a salted peanut", she tells her lover.) The plotting and double-dealing on the screen, described in Sam Staggs' All About All About Eve: The Complete Behind-the-Scenes Story of the Bitchiest Film Ever Made, were matched by what went on behind the scenes. Davis heartily loathed fellow actress Celeste Holm who--ironically enough--plays her best friend. She fell in love with another co-star, the handsome, good-looking Gary Merrill, whom she later married. Backstage dramas are often self-indulgent and stagy affairs, but this one dazzles. --Geoffrey Macnab

  • Grease 1 & 2 Box Set Grease 1 & 2 Box Set | DVD | (28/02/2005) from £7.95  |  Saving you £5.01 (25.10%)  |  RRP £19.99

    Grease: John Travolta solidified his position as the most versatile and magnetic screen presence of the decade in this film version of the smash hit play Grease. Recording star Olivia Newton-John made her American film debut as Sandy Travolta's naive love interest. The impressive supporting cast reads like a who's who in this quintessential musical about the fabulous '50's. Grease is not just a nostalgic look at a simpler decade - it's an energetic and exciting musical homage to the age of rock n'roll! Grease 2: It's 1961 two years after the original gang graduated from Rydell High and there's a new crop of seniors. The Pink Ladies and the T-Birds are still the epitome of cool except that over the summer something's happened to Stephanie the sorority leader. She feels she's outgrown Johnny the head T-Bird and is looking for a new love - one who's even more cool and whose bike is even hotter. Meanwhile newcomer Michael is smitten with Stephanie who won't even notice him...

  • Sleeping Beauty  (Disney) [Blu-ray]  (Disney) [1958] Sleeping Beauty (Disney) (Disney) | Blu Ray | (27/10/2008) from £6.99  |  Saving you £23.00 (76.70%)  |  RRP £29.99

    A beautiful princess born in a faraway kingdom is destined by a terrible curse to prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and fall into a deep sleep which can only be awakened by true love's first kiss. This classic makes wondrous use of Tchaikovsky's same-titled ballet score.

  • Classic Films Triple - Rebecca/Brief Encounter/Mansfield Park Classic Films Triple - Rebecca/Brief Encounter/Mansfield Park | DVD | (06/10/2008) from £7.69  |  Saving you £5.30 (40.80%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Titles Comprise: Rebecca: Based on Daphne du Maurier's classic novel this Masterpiece Theatre adaptation stars Emilia Fox as Mrs. De Winter the second wife of the aging aristocrat Maxim De Winter (Dance). Mrs. De Winter a young middle class girl met her husband while he was traveling and the two almost instantly fell in love even though Maxim was still grieving over his wife Rebecca that died only one year earlier. The two impulsively decide to get married and enjoy a blissful romance until the two return to Manderlay Maxim's estate and Mrs. De Winter finds that Rebecca still has a strange hold on everyone there especially the sinister housekeeper Mrs. Danvers (Rigg) who goes so far as to refer to her as the second Mrs. De Winter. Brief Encounter: Noel Coward's sensitive portrayal of what happens when two happily married strangers played by Trevor Howard and Celia Johnson meet and their acquaintance deepens into affection and eventually into love. It is the story of two people thrown together by the chance meeting of the title helpless in the face of their emotions but redeemed by their moral courage. Over the years few films have equalled the compassion and the realism of Brief Encounter. Mansfield Park: At 10 Fanny Price goes to live at Mansfield Park the estate of her aunt's husband Sir Thomas. Clever studious and a writer with an ironic imagination and fine moral compass she becomes especially close to her cousin Edmund Thomas's younger son. Fanny is soon possessed of beauty as well as a keen mind and comes to the attention of a neighbor Henry Crawford. Thomas promotes this match but to his displeasure Fanny has a mind of her own asking Henry to prove himself worthy. As Edmund courts Henry's sister and as light shines on the link between Thomas's fortunes and New World slavery Fanny must assess Henry's character and assert her heart as well as her wit.

  • Funny Girl / Funny Lady [1968] Funny Girl / Funny Lady | DVD | (04/03/2002) from £9.50  |  Saving you £15.49 (62.00%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Like giant monuments to good old-fashioned star quality, Funny Girl (1968) and Funny Lady (1975) hark back to the golden days of American vaudeville, while essentially celebrating one of the great, egotistical show-business talents of all time. Viewed end to end, these two films, which tell the story of Ziegfeld comedienne Fanny Brice, run for almost five hours. That's a lot of biopic. But with the greatest of respect to Brice, undoubtedly a formidable star of her time, the talent really in the spotlight here belongs to Barbra Streisand. Streisand created the role of Fanny Brice in the 1964 Broadway stage musical and her performance for the big screen is a tour de force, fully deserving the Best Actress Oscar which she received. As a biopic, Funny Girl is superior fare, full of sumptuous production numbers. Brice's glory days are explored against the background of her turbulent private life with her flawed playboy husband Nicky Arnstein (a sympathetic performance from Omar Sharif) with considerable attention to the details of her inner turmoil. More rambling and less cohesive, Funny Lady finds Fanny divorced but still in love with Arnstein (Sharif also revisiting his role), drifting into marriage number two with uncouth songwriter and impresario Billy Rose (the excellent James Caan), her successful career again juxtaposed with a less than happy personal life. Combined, both films measure Streisand's rise to greatness. In Funny Girl, the bravura of the performance as a whole masks occasional gaucheness, while if Funny Lady is the less impressive picture overall, it still marks how far she has developed as a screen actress. The rough edges are gone, replaced by a sophisticated poise and the sense of a talent that has come to terms with itself. And of course throughout she is superb in the musical numbers, which include her theme song "People" and the classic belter "Don't Rain on my Parade", as well as Brice's classic torch song, "My Man". On the DVD: this package of tremendous, old-fashioned entertainment takes the viewer back to pre-multiplex days when going to the cinema was an event you might dress up for. Funny Lady's soundtrack includes a pre-picture "Overture" to give you time to unwrap the chocolates. You really need some plush velvet curtains to swing back across the television screen. Then, guaranteeing a twinge of nostalgia, there's an intermission break. Both films are presented in their original widescreen 2.35:1 aspect ratio. Dolby Digital 5.0 (Funny Girl) and LCR (Funny Lady) soundtracks do justice to Streisand's lung power. The first disc offers the most interesting extras, including a couple of featurettes about Streisand. Both discs provide standard filmographies and song highlights so Streisand addicts can skip between numbers to their hearts' content.--Piers Ford

  • Ivan The Terrible - Part 1 And Part 2 - The Boyars Plot [1944] Ivan The Terrible - Part 1 And Part 2 - The Boyars Plot | DVD | (12/06/2000) from £9.99  |  Saving you £14.61 (58.50%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Sergei Eisenstein's saga of Czar Ivan IV continues with the struggle for power and the use of secret police, a controversial segment that caused the film to be banned by Stalin in 1946 (the film was not released until 1958). The predominantly black-and-white film features a banquet dance sequence in colour. Obviously the two parts must be viewed as a whole to be fully appreciated. Many film historians consider this period in Eisenstein's career less interesting than his silent period because of a sentimental return to archaic forms (characteristic of Soviet society in the 1930s and '40s). Perhaps it was just part of his maturity. --Bill Desowitz, Amazon.com

  • South Pacific / Oklahoma / Carousel [1958] South Pacific / Oklahoma / Carousel | DVD | (19/09/2005) from £12.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £19.99

    South Pacific: Blessed with a treasure of timeless songs South Pacific combines the passionate heartwarming romance of a naive young Navy nurse (Mitzi Gaynor) and an older French plantation owner (Rossano Brazzi) with South Seas splendour and a world at war while the breathtaking score is highlighted by some of the most romantic songs ever written. Oklahoma!: Rodgers and Hammerstein's charming and vigorous tale of romance and adventure set in the Wild West. Songs include 'People Will Say We're In Love' 'Oh What A Beautiful Morning' and the title song 'Oklahoma!' Carousel: Gordon MacRae and Shirley Jones are reunited in this second classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical. In this bittersweet love story Billy Bigelow (MacRae) a smooth-taking carny barker falls in love with a milworker (Jones) in a little town on the coast of Maine. Although Billy is killed during a robbery before the birth of his daughter years later he is allowed to return to earth for one day to redeem himself - and to teach his daughter one very important lesson. This the most poetic and lyrical of all the Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals features the classics If I Loved You and You'll Never Walk Alone.

  • Grease: Ultimate Sing-along Special Collector's Edition (2 Disc) [1978] Grease: Ultimate Sing-along Special Collector's Edition (2 Disc) | DVD | (06/11/2006) from £14.00  |  Saving you £5.99 (30.00%)  |  RRP £19.99

    John Travolta solidified his position as the most versatile and magnetic screen presence of the decade in this film version of the smash hit play Grease. Recording star Olivia Newton-John made her American film debut as Sandy Travolta's naive love interest. The impressive supporting cast reads like a ""who's who"" in this quintessential musical about the fabulous '50's. Grease is not just a nostalgic look at a simpler decade - it's an energetic and exciting musical homage to the age of rock n'roll!

  • Vertigo [1958] Vertigo | DVD | (20/10/2008) from £5.99  |  Saving you £10.00 (62.50%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Considered by many to be director Alfred Hitchcock's greatest achievement comes this fully restored and remastered version of the haunting film classic. This special release also contains a restoration trailer and revealing documentary footage. Set in San Francisco James Stewart portrays an acrophobic detective hired to trail a friend's suicidal wife (Novak). After he successfully rescues her from a leap into the bay he finds himself becoming obsessed with the beautifully troubled woman. One of cinema's most chillingly romantic endeavours: it's a fascinating myriad of haunting camera angles shot among some of San Francisco's renowned landmarks. This film is a must for collector's; Leonard Maltin gives Vertigo four stars and hails it as 'A genuinely great motion picture that demands multiple viewings.

  • Classic Films Triple - A Night To Remember/Caesar And Cleopatra Classic Films Triple - A Night To Remember/Caesar And Cleopatra | DVD | (06/10/2008) from £5.73  |  Saving you £7.26 (55.90%)  |  RRP £12.99

    A Night To Remember: On April 10th 1912 RMS Titanic sailed from Southampton on her maiden voyage. On her fourth night at sea she struck and iceberg and sank with the loss of 1 500 passengers and crew. The film faithfully depicts the drama heroism and horror of the night the unsinkable sank. The Red Shoes: The tragic and romantic story of Vicky Page the brilliant young dancer who must give up everything if she is to become a great ballerina is one of Powell and Pressburger's most famous films. Creators of classics such as Black Narcissus A Matter of Life And Death and The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp they were renowned for their use of brilliant colour and wonderful costumes and with the exhilarating cinematography of Jack Cardiff were among the most influential film makers of their time. The Red Shoes is one of the finest examples of their work and has become an inspiration to artists film makers and musicians all over the world. Caesar And Cleopatra: Vivien Leigh is the young Cleopatra and Claude Rains is Julius Caesar in the spectacular 1945 version of George Bernard Shaw's Caesar and Cleopatra. As Rome invades Egypt Julius Caesar (Rains) stumbles across the young and unrefined princess Cleopatra (Leigh) sheltering in the Sphinx. Impressed by her spirit and intelligence seduced by her charm he determines to make her Queen. Cleopatra learns about power and politics at the feet of a master but her downfall begins when she is seduced by Mark Antony. This witty brilliantly designed movie features a memorable cast including Stewart Granger Flora Robson Stanley Holloway and a very young Jean Simmons as a harpist. Caesar and Cleopatra was the most expensive movie made in Britain at the time with director Gabriel Pascal even using sand from Egypt to get the right cinematic colour.

  • Step Lively/Higher And Higher Step Lively/Higher And Higher | DVD | (07/05/2007) from £8.05  |  Saving you £4.94 (38.00%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Higher And Higher (Dir. Tim Whelan 1943): Formerly rich Mr. Drake is broke...with his household staff's wages seven months in arrears. Conniving valet Mike O'Brien hatches a scheme to pass off scullery maid Millie as Drake's debutante daughter and net a rich husband for the benefit of all. But all kinds of complications romantic and otherwise intervene... Step Lively (Dir. Tim Whelan 1944): Gordon Miller is rehearsing a musical comedy in the penthouse suite of Gribble's hotel...on credit. The mounting bill is driving Gribble frantic. Chaos increases when playwright Glen Russell whose dramatic play he thinks Miller is producing arrives. But it turns out Russell can sing like Sinatra and Miller has leading lady Christine turn on the charm. Can Miller's crazed machinations save the show?

  • Bridge On The River Kwai, The / The Guns Of Navarone / From Here To Eternity [1957] Bridge On The River Kwai, The / The Guns Of Navarone / From Here To Eternity | DVD | (17/05/2004) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £12.99

    The Bridge On The River Kwai (1 Disc Edition): Set in Burma during World War II the story tells of British P.O.Ws who are forced to build a large bridge for the Japanese while a British Commando team is sent to destroy it. Winner of seven Academy Awards. Guns Of Navarone: Exciting war film based on a novel by Alistair Maclean which tells of the attempts of a British raiding team to sabotage two giant German guns on a Greek island in the Aegean Sea. From Here To Eternity: Fred Zinnemann's 1953 Oscar-winning film is a powerful portrait of a peacetime military camp stationed in Hawaii just before the attack on Pearl Harbour. Montgomery Clift is superlative in the major role of Robert Prewitt while Frank Sinatra delivers an electrifying Academy Award-winning (1953 Best Supporting Actor) performance as Clift's buddy. Deborah Kerr's love scene in the Hawaiian surf with Burt Lancaster is enshrined as one of the most famous moments in cinema history.

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