"Actor: Kieron Moore"

  • Darby O'Gill And The Little People [1959]Darby O'Gill And The Little People | DVD | (03/10/2005) from £7.68   |  Saving you £10.30 (219.62%)   |  RRP £14.99

    Take a wee bit of ancient folklore mix in some spectacular special effects and a magical cast (including Sean Connery) -- and you've got one of the most enchanting fantasies of all time! A frisky old storyteller named Darby O'Gill is desperately seeking the proverbial pot of gold. There's just one tiny thing standing in his way: a 21-inch leprechaun named King Brian. In order to get the gold Darby must match his wits against the shrewd little trickster -- which proves no small task

  • David and Bathsheba [DVD] [1951]David and Bathsheba | DVD | (02/07/2012) from £9.43   |  Saving you £0.56 (5.94%)   |  RRP £9.99

    After King David sees the beautiful Bathsheba bathing from the palace roof, he enters into an adulterous affair which has tragic consequences for his family and Israel

  • Saints and Sinners [DVD]Saints and Sinners | DVD | (02/11/2015) from £6.73   |  Saving you £3.26 (48.44%)   |  RRP £9.99

    When Michael Kissane was sent to prison for stealing Church funds, he lost his reputation along with his freedom. On his release two years later even Shelah, his former sweetheart, refuses to accept that he might be innocent, and her rejection drives him into the arms of seductive fellow-outsider Blanche. Only Ma Murnighan, a wily old spinster with a penchant for prophesy, believes in Michael's innocence and when she falls ill she hits upon an ingenious plan to winkle out a confession from the real villain and clear Michael's name for good... This marvellously engaging comedy-drama once again saw Gainsborough lynchpin Leslie Arliss directing Irish star Kieron Moore, two years after their collaboration on the hit thriller A Man About the House. Also starring British bombshell Christine Norden, Saints and Sinners is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original elements, in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. SPECIAL FEATURES: Image Gallery Promotional Material PDF

  • The League of Gentlemen [DVD]The League of Gentlemen | DVD | (13/01/2020) from £10.99   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    A disgruntled veteran recruits a group of disgraced colleagues to perform a bank robbery with military precision

  • Arabesque [1966]Arabesque | DVD | (05/05/2008) from £6.73   |  Saving you £3.26 (48.44%)   |  RRP £9.99

    Gregory Peck stars as hieroglyphics expert Professor David Pollock in this hugely enjoyable tongue-in-cheek espionage-thriller. Sophia Loren stars alongside as the beautiful but suspect Yasmin Asir the lover of Pollock's employer. David Pollock's routine is turned upside down when he's hired to translate an ancient message written in an obscure mysterious text. Soon everyone from a wealthy oil magnate to a foreign government pursue Pollock for his knowledge desperate to uncover the meaning behind the message. Featuring a score by Henri Mancini and a stylish colourful interpretation of London and the culture of the time Arabesque is never less than a hugely enjoyable witty thriller.

  • Anna Karenina [DVD]Anna Karenina | DVD | (03/09/2012) from £4.19   |  Saving you £11.80 (73.80%)   |  RRP £15.99

    Vivien Leigh stars as Anna Karenina, Tolstoy's enduring tragic heroine. Anna leaves her socialite husband behind for a more exciting military officer. In search of a meaningful relationship as well as an exciting and more adventurous life, Anna goes through a string of emotions when she becomes the third party of a strenuous love triangle. From depression to happiness to near emotional destruction, she must learn to deal with the elements that surround her tragic existence.

  • The Day Of The Triffids [1962]The Day Of The Triffids | DVD | (30/06/2003) from £24.99   |  Saving you £-15.00 (N/A%)   |  RRP £9.99

    All reports confirm that the world is witnessing an unprecedented shower of meteorites - a once in a lifetime spectacle that must be seen. And seen it is by most of the world's population. Bill Masen lies in his hospital bed in frustration with his eyes bandaged. When he finally gets to remove them the following morning he discovers the previous nights' light show has blinded all those who saw it. He is one of the few people to still have their sight. But worse is to come. With the meteorite shower has come the spores of a man-eating alien plant form Triffidus Celestus. The fate of mankind is in the hands of a few in this classic 1962 adaptation of the John Wyndham novel.

  • Hide and Seek [DVD]Hide and Seek | DVD | (21/04/2014) from £6.39   |  Saving you £3.60 (36.00%)   |  RRP £9.99

    Ian Carmichael - one of British cinema's most accomplished character actors and immortalised in the television role of P.G. Wodehouse's genial upper-class bumbler Bertie Wooster - heads a strong cast in this comedy Cold War thriller. Directed by the BAFTA-nominated Cy Endfield whose credits include Zulu and Hell Drivers Hide and Seek also stars Oscar winner Hugh Griffith Bond villain Curd Jürgens and Golden Globe-winning British actress Janet Munro; the film is presented here in a brand-new transfer from the original elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Whilst working on a top-secret missile project research scientist David Garret runs into an old friend from behind the Iron Curtain - now a world chess champion working for mysterious businessman Hubert Marek. The hapless professor of astronomy is shortly to find himself at the centre of a kidnap plan designed to make it appear that he has in fact defected to the Soviet Union... Special Features: Image Gallery

  • Mine Own Executioner [Blu-ray]Mine Own Executioner | Blu Ray | (09/03/2015) from £6.39   |  Saving you £8.60 (57.40%)   |  RRP £14.99

    With compelling sympathetic performances from double Oscar nominee Burgess Meredith and accomplished Irish actor Kieron Moore this powerful psychological drama shows the almost super-human demands of a profession that ranks amongst the most challenging. Adapted from his own novel by BAFTA-winning author and screenwriter Nigel Balchin Mine Own Executioner is presented in a brand-new High Definition transfer from the original film elements. Meredith stars as Felix Milne a lay psychiatrist in post-war London who is enlisted to treat Adam Lucian a fighter pilot deeply traumatised by his experiences in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp. Beleaguered by emotional problems of his own Milne embodies the mixture of dedication self-distrust and self-criticism that characterises someone with a genuine vocation for the psychiatrist's work; but is he qualified to treat a patient as disturbed and potentially destructive as Adam? Special Features: Image Gallery Promotional Material PDFs

  • A Man About the House [Blu-ray]A Man About the House | Blu Ray | (02/02/2015) from £6.19   |  Saving you £11.79 (368.44%)   |  RRP £14.99

    Creator of some of Gainsborough Pictures' best-known melodramas Leslie Arliss was well chosen to helm this atmospheric thriller made in 1947. Boasting cinematography by Oscar winner Georges Perinal and an early film role for Kieron Moore A Man About the House is adapted from the novel of the same name by noted English writer and composer Francis Brett Young. It is featured here in a brand-new High-Definition transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Two English sisters Ellen and Agnes Isit inherit a Neopolitan villa from their uncle and move to Italy in order to sell the property. Once there they fall under the spell of the villa's handsome and charismatic caretaker Salvatore. The villa was once owned by Salvatore's family and he longs to regain ownership of the property; when he marries Agnes his dream moves a step closer. But Agnes begins to suffer from a debilitating illness and her sister's suspicions are aroused... SPECIAL FEATURE: Image Gallery

  • The League Of Gentlemen [1960]The League Of Gentlemen | DVD | (15/01/2001) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £14.99

    The League of Gentlemen is a sardonic crime drama in which Jack Hawkins plays an embittered retired army officer who recruits seven fellow ex-soldiers to carry out a bank raid with military precision. The film presents an England between post-war austerity and the more liberated 1960s where traditional moral certainties were rapidly being discarded; a London where ex-officers left on the scrapheap at war's end could justify turning their military experience to armed robbery. Unfortunately the tale is neither particularly amusing or thrilling, with an overlong central detour via an army camp prefacing the exciting heist and a largely anti-climactic ending. Nevertheless Hawkins effectively subverts his heroic officer type from The Cruel Sea (1953) and The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957), and there's excellent support from a great cast including Nigel Patrick, Richard Attenborough and Roger Livesey. Bryan Forbes not only wrote the cynical screenplay but costarred with wife Nanette Newman in her first significant screen role. More influential than truly classic, The League of Gentlemen has lent its name to a modern BBC comedy, an "Extraordinary" comic strip-turned-movie, and proved the template for heist films ever since, including both versions of The Italian Job (1969 and 2003). On the DVD:The League of Gentlemen is presented in an anamorphically enhanced 16:9 transfer from an excellent condition print and mostly looks and sounds fine. There's minimal print damage, though sadly Philip Green's ironically patriotic main title music suffers from significant distortion. The only extra is the original trailer, which is now something of a period piece itself. --Gary S Dalkin

  • Sophia LorenSophia Loren | DVD | (17/10/2005) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £49.99

    A bumper box set of classic films featuring the voluptuous sex-siren Sophia Loren! Pride And The Passion (Dir. Stanley Kramer 1957): Napoleonic forces are sweeping across Europe and Spain is on the brink of falling to the mighty invasion. Standing alone against the onslaught is one brave fighter and his ragtag band of guerillas. Seizing a gigantic cannon Spanish fighter Miguel (Sinatra) plans to attack Napoleon's army by battering the walls of French-occupied Avila. But because he's untrained in complex weaponry he must rely on the expertise of Captain Trumbell (Grant) a British naval officer. Allies on the battlefield Trumbell and Miguel soon find themselves in a bitter struggle over Miguel's mistress (Loren) a sultry beauty drawn to the captain's refined ways even as they race toward the most harrowing battle of their lives... El Cid (Dir. Anthony Mann 1961): El Cid is an epic movie masterpiece a tribute to one of history's greatest legends. This dazzling spectacle with a cast of thousands fills the screen with action and romance - from knights in armour jousting on horseback to massive battles on sea and land where columns of warriors stretch across the horizon. At the centre of this powerful motion picture is Charlton Heston in the role he was born to play... the immortal El Cid. Heston is the Spanish warrior battling to drive the Moors from Spain with the vision to be just and the courage to be merciful whose love and devotion to the radiant Chimene (Sophia Loren) knows no bounds... Anthony Mann's epic was nominated for three Oscars but surprisingly returned home empty-handed. The Fall Of The Roman Empire (Dir. Anthony Mann 1964): This classic film re-enacts the spectacular collapse of perhaps the greatest dominion the world has ever known. Pestilence greed and corruption bring a once-proud empire to its knees. Now restored with stunning scenes and a cast of thousands - in battles gladiatorial and otherwise; martyrs burning at the stake; chariot races in the midst of which is the romance between two people.... White Sister (Dir. Alberto Lattuada 1972): The Key (Dir. Carol Reed 1958): In wartime England circa 1941 poorly-armed tugs are sent into U-Boat Alley to rescue damaged Allied ships. An American named David Ross arrives to captain one of these tugs. He's given a key by a fellow tugboat-man -- a key to an apartment and its pretty female resident. Should something happen to the friend Ross can use the key. Countess From Hong Kong (Dir. Charlie Chaplin 1966): Charlie Chaplin's final film is a delightful romantic comedy filled with the clever touches for which he's famous. Written directed and composed by Chaplin it revolves around Russian ''migr'' countess Natascha (Sophia Loren) forced into prostitution in Hong Kong who stows away in wealthy American Ogden's (Marlon Brando's) stateroom to blackmail her way to the States. Since Ogden has a mind of his own and can even resist Natascha's charms what follows is one of the funniest tugs of war ever devised! A wealth of talent supports these stars. There's Chaplin's son Sydney as Brando's cruise companion Tippi Hedren as his icy wife Patrick Cargill as the ultimate gentleman's gentleman and Margaret Rutherford as a dotty old dame. Chaplin himself tops it off with a cameo as the ship's steward! The gags are pure Charlie and his actors make the most of them sailing in and out of slamming doors and outrageous situations with ease!

  • Sophia LorenSophia Loren | DVD | (13/03/2006) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £49.99

    A bumper box set of classic films featuring the voluptuous sex-siren Sophia Loren! Pride And The Passion (Dir. Stanley Kramer 1957): Napoleonic forces are sweeping across Europe and Spain is on the brink of falling to the mighty invasion. Standing alone against the onslaught is one brave fighter and his ragtag band of guerillas. Seizing a gigantic cannon Spanish fighter Miguel (Sinatra) plans to attack Napoleon's army by battering the walls of French-occupied Avila. But because he's untrained in complex weaponry he must rely on the expertise of Captain Trumbell (Grant) a British naval officer. Allies on the battlefield Trumbell and Miguel soon find themselves in a bitter struggle over Miguel's mistress (Loren) a sultry beauty drawn to the captain's refined ways even as they race toward the most harrowing battle of their lives... El Cid (Dir. Anthony Mann 1961): El Cid is an epic movie masterpiece a tribute to one of history's greatest legends. This dazzling spectacle with a cast of thousands fills the screen with action and romance - from knights in armour jousting on horseback to massive battles on sea and land where columns of warriors stretch across the horizon. At the centre of this powerful motion picture is Charlton Heston in the role he was born to play... the immortal El Cid. Heston is the Spanish warrior battling to drive the Moors from Spain with the vision to be just and the courage to be merciful whose love and devotion to the radiant Chimene (Sophia Loren) knows no bounds... Anthony Mann's epic was nominated for three Oscar's but surprisingly returned home empty-handed. The Fall Of The Roman Empire (Dir. Anthony Mann 1964): This classic film re-enacts the spectacular collapse of perhaps the greatest dominion the world has ever known. Pestilence greed and corruption bring a once-proud empire to its knees. Now restored with stunning scenes and a cast of thousands - in battles gladiatorial and otherwise; martyrs burning at the stake; chariot races in the midst of which is the romance between two people.... White Sister (Dir. Alberto Lattuada 1972) The Key (Dir. Carol Reed 1958): In wartime England circa 1941 poorly-armed tugs are sent into U-Boat Alley to rescue damaged Allied ships. An American named David Ross arrives to captain one of these tugs. He's given a key by a fellow tugboat-man -- a key to an apartment and its pretty female resident. Should something happen to the friend Ross can use the key. Countess From Hong Kong (Dir. Charlie Chaplin 1966): Charlie Chaplin's final film is a delightful romantic comedy filled with the clever touches for which he's famous. Written directed and composed by Chaplin it revolves around Russian ''migr'' countess Natascha (Sophia Loren) forced into prostitution in Hong Kong who stows away in wealthy American Ogden's (Marlon Brando's) stateroom to blackmail her way to the States. Since Ogden has a mind of his own and can even resist Natascha's charms what follows is one of the funniest tugs of war ever devised! A wealth of talent supports these stars. There's Chaplin's son Sydney as Brando's cruise companion Tippi Hedren as his icy wife Patrick Cargill as the ultimate gentleman's gentleman and Margaret Rutherford as a dotty old dame. Chaplin himself tops it off with a cameo as the ship's steward! The gags are pure Charlie and his actors make the most of them sailing in and out of slamming doors and outrageous situations with ease!

  • Mine Own Executioner [DVD]Mine Own Executioner | DVD | (09/03/2015) from £6.19   |  Saving you £3.80 (38.00%)   |  RRP £9.99

    With compelling sympathetic performances from double Oscar nominee Burgess Meredith and accomplished Irish actor Kieron Moore this powerful psychological drama shows the almost super-human demands of a profession that ranks amongst the most challenging. Adapted from his own novel by BAFTA-winning author and screenwriter Nigel Balchin Mine Own Executioner is presented in a brand-new High Definition transfer from the original film elements. Meredith stars as Felix Milne a lay psychiatrist in post-war London who is enlisted to treat Adam Lucian a fighter pilot deeply traumatised by his experiences in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp. Beleaguered by emotional problems of his own Milne embodies the mixture of dedication self-distrust and self-criticism that characterises someone with a genuine vocation for the psychiatrist's work; but is he qualified to treat a patient as disturbed and potentially destructive as Adam? Special Features: Image Gallery Promotional Material PDFs

  • The League Of Gentlemen [1960]The League Of Gentlemen | DVD | (26/01/2004) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £9.99

    The League of Gentlemen is a sardonic crime drama in which Jack Hawkins plays an embittered retired army officer who recruits seven fellow ex-soldiers to carry out a bank raid with military precision. The film presents an England between post-war austerity and the more liberated 1960s where traditional moral certainties were rapidly being discarded; a London where ex-officers left on the scrapheap at war's end could justify turning their military experience to armed robbery. Unfortunately the tale is neither particularly amusing or thrilling, with an overlong central detour via an army camp prefacing the exciting heist and a largely anti-climactic ending. Nevertheless Hawkins effectively subverts his heroic officer type from The Cruel Sea (1953) and The Bridge on the River Kwai (1957), and there's excellent support from a great cast including Nigel Patrick, Richard Attenborough and Roger Livesey. Bryan Forbes not only wrote the cynical screenplay but costarred with wife Nanette Newman in her first significant screen role. More influential than truly classic, The League of Gentlemen has lent its name to a modern BBC comedy, an "Extraordinary" comic strip-turned-movie, and proved the template for heist films ever since, including both versions of The Italian Job (1969 and 2003). On the DVD:The League of Gentlemen is presented in an anamorphically enhanced 16:9 transfer from an excellent condition print and mostly looks and sounds fine. There's minimal print damage, though sadly Philip Green's ironically patriotic main title music suffers from significant distortion. The only extra is the original trailer, which is now something of a period piece itself. --Gary S Dalkin

  • Anna Karenina [1947]Anna Karenina | DVD | (28/06/2004) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £16.99

    Opulent and extravagent yet surprisingly satisfying the movie visualises the story of destined would be lovers Vronsky and Anna Karenina. Thrown into the tale is Anna's distant relation Kitty who set her sights on the darling bachelor long before Anna's untimely arrival. Tragedy glamour and romance mix with high drama.

  • A Man About the House [DVD]A Man About the House | DVD | (02/02/2015) from £6.19   |  Saving you £3.80 (38.00%)   |  RRP £9.99

    Creator of some of Gainsborough Pictures' best-known melodramas Leslie Arliss was well chosen to helm this atmospheric thriller made in 1947. Boasting cinematography by Oscar winner Georges Perinal and an early film role for Kieron Moore A Man About the House is adapted from the novel of the same name by noted English writer and composer Francis Brett Young. It is featured here in a brand-new transfer from the original film elements in its as-exhibited theatrical aspect ratio. Two English sisters Ellen and Agnes Isit inherit a Neopolitan villa from their uncle and move to Italy in order to sell the property. Once there they fall under the spell of the villa's handsome and charismatic caretaker Salvatore. The villa was once owned by Salvatore's family and he longs to regain ownership of the property; when he marries Agnes his dream moves a step closer. But Agnes begins to suffer from a debilitating illness and her sister's suspicions are aroused... Special Feature: Image Gallery

  • Recoil (1953) [DVD]Recoil (1953) | DVD | (10/09/2012) from £6.48   |  Saving you £8.50 (189.31%)   |  RRP £12.99

    When she witnesses a gang of three crooks brutally murdering her father in the course of a robbery, beautiful young Jean Talbot (Elizabeth Sellars - The Barefoot Contessa) vows to avenge him and to bring the perpetrators to justice. In the case of two of the three, fate beats her to it when they perish in a car crash fleeing the scene - but the third survives and invents an alibi the cops just can't break. Desperate to lead the killer to incriminate himself, she finds herself playing a deadl...

  • The Day Of The Triffids [1962]The Day Of The Triffids | DVD | (02/04/2001) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £9.99

    All reports confirm that the world is witnessing an unprecedented shower of meteorites - a once in a lifetime spectacle that must be seen.' Bill Masen lies in his hospital bed and listens to the radio broadcast in frustration - the bandages on his eyes are not meant to be removed until the following morning. When the time comes he is relieved to find he can see perfectly. But is soon to discover that he is one of the few people left in the world that can. The previous night's light show has blinded all those who watched. With the meteorites have come the spores of a man-eating alien plant form - Triffidus Celestus. Multiplying quickly they uproot themselves in search of a prey that stumbles helplessly in the dark. The fate of the world is in the hands of a few as the Triffids threaten the future of mankind in this classic adaptation of John Wyndham's sci-fi chiller.

  • Custer Of The West [1967]Custer Of The West | DVD | (01/08/2002) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £5.99

    General George Armstrong Custer has been portrayed as everything from a vain but ultimately honourable hero (Errol Flynn in They Died with Their Boots On) to an insane, pompous incompetent (Richard Mulligan in the biting Little Big Man), but few have attempted an ambitious look at the man in all his contradictions. Robert Siodmak's Custer of the West, his final American production, attempts the task with fine results, portraying the career soldier as a pragmatist, a disciplinarian with a bullying streak, a loner and ultimately an Old World romantic in the modern age. Robert Shaw gives the role a regal bearing (though his continental accent keeps drifting in) and a sense of dignity, depicting a man who ironically identifies more with the Indians than with the US Army. Jeffrey Hunter and Ty Hardin co-star as his battling junior officers and Robert Ryan is memorable in a brief appearance as a gold-mining deserter. Shooting in handsome widescreen and vivid Technicolor, Siodmak makes his outdoor settings come alive and nimbly handles the many action scenes, most notably a chase that sends an escaping soldier whooshing down a log water chute like a Disney ride. Siodmak's sweeping visuals deliver both grand images and ironic counterpoint, but ultimately Custer of the West eschews the heroism of Hollywood adventures for a portrait of the corrupt state of the American military and one man's hopeless fight against it. --Sean Axmaker, Amazon.com

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