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Blood Sucking Freaks (1977)

No words can do justice to Joel Reed's 1977 classic - which has also been known as Heritage of Caligula, The Heritage of Caligula: An Orgy...

Blow-Up (1966)

Leading Italian director Michelangelo Antonioni attempted to capture London during the swinging sixties in his first British film, Blow-Up, and came up with the benchmark...

Bluebeard (1972)

"He had a WAY with the world's most beautiful, most seductive, most glamorous women . . . he did AWAY with them!" A black comedy...

Blue Fire Lady (1977)

Australian family film about a young girl (played by 18-year-old Cathryn Harrison, daughter of actor/singer Noel, and granddaughter of Rex) who falls in love...

Blue Hawaii (1961)

Elvis Presley stars in this return to musical comedy after several appearances in dramatic roles. Chad Gates (Elvis) comes home to Honolulu after a stint...

Blue Max, The (1966)

The aerial action is considerably more exciting than the scenes on the ground in director John Guillermin's tale about an ambitious First World War...

Blue Murder at St Trinian’s (1957)

With their headmistress under lock and key in one of Her Majesty's Prisons, the St Trinian's girls find themselves under the protection of the...

Boatniks, The (1970)

It was hi-jinks at the harbour in this 1970 Disney comedy/crime flick, a sort of Gilligan's Island meets The Pink Panther. Robert Morse filled the bumbling sailor role,...

Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (1969)

Paul Mazursky made his directing debut with this old-fashioned romantic comedy loaded with all sorts of "happening" 60s situations: wife-swapping, psychotherapy, pot smoking, and...

Boeing, Boeing (1965)

A playboy American journalist (Tony Curtis) thinks his plan to keep three stewardess fiancees and meet up with them at his apartment in Paris...

Bonnie & Clyde (1967)

  Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow (Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty) are presented as social drop-outs, alienated from a decayed society. They are joined by Clyde's...

Born Free (1966)

Pleasant family film based on the late Joy Adamson's best-selling book about the lioness Elsa, who was raised as a pet and then returned...

Born To Win (1971)

Side-burned hepcat Jay Jay (George Segal) learnt his effortless charm while dressing the hair of the ladies of New York City, but despite still...

Boston Strangler, The (1968)

This is a suspenseful and - faint-hearted viewers take note - often disturbing re-creation of the crimes, capture and psychoanalysis of Albert DeSalvo (played...

Bottoms Up (1960)

Whimsical slapstick comedy based on Frank Muir and Denis Norden’s successful radio and TV series Whack-O! This fully blown film version sought to cash-in on the...

Boxing Helena (1993)

The first feature film directed by Jennifer Chambers (daughter of David Lynch) is a tale of obsessive passion that's as risibly far-fetched as it...

Boy, Did I Get A Wrong Number! (1966)

The divine Didi (Elke Sommer), a European actress known more for her bubble bath scenes than for her acting, decides she wants to be...

Boy Friend, The (1971)

The Boy Friend began life as Sandy Wilson's small-scale pastiche of British musical comedies of the 1920s. When the play was brought to America in...

Boy In The Plastic Bubble, The (1976)

John Travolta starred in this (made for TV) ABC Friday Night Movie about a boy who has no immune system, and has therefore spent...

Boys From Brazil, The (1978)

  Peck and Olivier star in this weird drama about cloning - In this case, the evil Dr. Josef Mengele, who conducted sadistic human experiments...

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Planes, Trains and Automobiles (1987)

Steve Martin plays Neal Page, a put-upon businessman determined to make it home for Thanksgiving, but hampered at every turn by a combination of...

Island, The (1980)

This isn't so much a comedown as a plunge to the depths for Peter Benchley, the author of Jaws  (1975) and The Deep (1977), who adapted the script for...

A Hard Day’s Night (1964)

The Beatles first feature film was a surprisingly sensational comedy, which revolved around a fictional 36 hours in their hectic schedule during a trip to...

Irma La Douce (1963)

The songs are gone, but the Broadway musical about the life of a French whore in Pigalle retains the colour, the wit, and the...

Convoy (1978)

  A small group of truckers defy the authorities and head out of the state to avoid a speed trap imposed by a mean sheriff....

Christiane F (1981)

Within a year of its release, Christiane F was the most popular film in German history, out-grossing every movie ever made in that country. It's the violently...

Broadway Danny Rose (1984)

Although Broadway Danny Rose might be considered one of Woody Allen's more minor movies, it is a thoroughly charming and often extremely amusing Runyonesque moral fable. Allen...

Wild Guitar (1962)

Young star Arch Hall Jr. is Bud Eagle, a country boy singer who motorcycles from Spearfish, South Dakota to Hollywood to become a star. His...