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Cry Rape (1973)

Helga Anders, Klaus Lowitsch, Arthur Braus - An innocent man is wrongly accused of a brutal crime and swears the real sex maniac is...

Cruel Sea, The (1953)

The story follows the Royal Navy Corvette Compass Rose and her Captain (Hawkins), who moulds an inexperienced crew into an effective and disciplined fighting force, from...

Crossplot (1969)

The plot of this old-style comedy/thriller was written by occasional Saint writers John Kruse and Leigh Vance, and that may explain why this decidedly humdrum attempt...

Cross Of Iron (1977)

Director Sam Peckinpah switches from his trademark westerns such as The Wild Bunch (1969) to another kind of savagery - this time it's the Germans in retreat...

Crooks In Cloisters (1963)

After pulling off a small train robbery, Little Walter (Ronald Fraser) and his gang hide out in a deserted monastery on a remote Cornish...

Crooks Anonymous (1962)

Playing a stripper was hardly the most auspicious start to Julie Christie's career, but she managed to cover herself in some glory in this...

Creature From The Black Lagoon (1954)

Universal's exclusive movie monster club got a new member in 1954. Joining such familiar frighteners as Dracula, Frankenstein's Monster, The Mummy and The Wolf Man...

Cracksman, The (1963)

This endearing comedy attempted to transfer comedian Charlie Drake’s style of humour to the big screen. Despite being co-writer Drake's finest screen appearance, The Cracksman mixes slapstick...

Cowboys, The (1972)

John Wayne plays Will Andersen, a 60-year-old cowboy who laments the passing of the "old" west when a man's handshake was his bond. Will needs...

Court Jester, The (1956)

Hyperkinetic funnyman Danny Kaye turned his antics to spoofing Arthurian films in the 1956 classic The Court Jester. Switching personalities as deftly as he shuffled...

Cotton Comes To Harlem (1970)

Soon after the Reverend Deke O'Malley (Calvin Lockhart) has persuaded a Harlem crowd to part with $87,000 for a "Back to Africa" campaign, armed...

Cosh Boy (1952)

Less than pleasant crime drama based on a stage play called Master Crook by Bruce Walker about the activities of Cockney jack-the-lad Roy Walsh (James Kenney). Walsh...

Corpse Grinders, The (1971)

When the Lotus Cat Food Company find themselves in financial trouble the owners decide to turn to the local graveyard for a new, cheap source...

Cool Ones, The (1967)

Hallie Rogers (the luscious Debbie Watson) is a frustrated go-go dancer itching for her big break in show business. She is promised a spot...

Cool It Carol (1970)

This low-budget mod sleaze-fest came from Britain's answer to Russ Meyer, director Peter Walker, the man behind such underground oddities as School For Sex, Strip Poker and,...

Cool Hand Luke (1967)

Paul Newman. Fifty eggs. One take. Very Cool Hand Luke. Newman takes the title role of Luke Jackson - a loner, sentenced to two years on...

Conversation, The (1974)

Francis Ford Coppola directed this 1974 film starring Gene Hackman as lonely, paranoid surveillance expert Harry Caul - a wire-tapper and industrial spy for hire. Following a particularly difficult...

Conquest Of The Planet Of The Apes (1972)

The fourth in the superb Planet of the Apes series of films picks up a few years after Zira and Cornelius gave birth to their talking...

Confessions Of A Driving instructor (1976)

The third in the series of smutty comedies based on the novels of Timothy Lea is something of an embarrassment for all concerned. The story...

Confessions Of A Pop Performer (1975)

Confessions of a Window Cleaner had only been on release for two months when Columbia Pictures demanded a sequel of initially reluctant producer Greg Smith. By...

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Blindman (1971)

Blindman (Tony Anthony) goes to Mexico to rescue fifty girls from their kidnapper, Domingo (Lloyd Battista), and his sadistic sister, Sweet Mama (Magda Konopka). Blindman Tony...

Bread (1971)

On their way home from the Isle of Wight Pop Festival, five hippies - Jeff (Peter Marinker), Trev (Dick Haydon), Mick (Nigel Anthony), Marty...

Carry On Up The Jungle (1970)

Or "Stop Beating About The Bush", or "Show Me Your Water Hole and I’ll Show You Mine". An ornithological expedition up the African jungle in...

Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner, The (1962)

A rebellious youth, sentenced to Ruxton Towers, a boy's reformatory, for robbing a bakery, rises through the ranks of the institution through his prowess...

A Place In The Sun (1951)

In adapting Theodore Dreiser's An American Tragedy for the screen, director George Stevens was faced with the difficulty of making the novelist's grimly naturalist tale of...

Riot on Sunset Strip (1967)

LA bad-girl (Mimsy Farmer) gets involved with a gang of drugged-out hippie scum who feed her drugs and rape her at a party, much...

Barfly (1987)

An autobiographical account of Henry Chinaski - a booze-soaked poet-writer (Charles Bukowski wrote the screenplay based on his experiences) with Mickey Rourke in the...

Personal Services (1987)

A working class single mother struggling to make ends meet opens her own brothel with the aid of an experienced prostitute and a transvestite...