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Golden Voyage Of Sinbad, The (1973)

Sinbad journeys to the lost land of Lemuria to find the identity of the next ruler of Marabia. He is opposed by the magician Koura...

Godspell (1973)

A rock gospel according to Saint Matthew, David Greene's Godspell derived from a successful stage show. Play and screenplay author John Tebelak failed to realise that updating...

Go Ask Alice (1973)

In the made-for-TV movie landscape of the 70s, Go Ask Alice was IT. Jamie Smith-Jackson became the blueprint for teen girlhood after the ABC movie, one of...

Glory Guys, The (1965)

There are flashes of genius in this 1965 Western, loosely based on events leading up to Custer's Last Stand, and written for the screen...

Glenn Miller Story, The (1954)

The Glenn Miller Story is one of the most touching and durable of all Hollywood musical biopics thanks to a convincing, three-dimensional performance by Jimmy...

Glass Bottom Boat, The (1966)

While moonlighting as a mermaid on Catalina Island, Jennifer Nelson (Doris Day) is reeled in by a handsome fisherman (Rod Taylor). One look at...

Give My Regards To Broad Street (1984)

Widely condemned as a worthless ego trip, Paul McCartney's musical fantasy is a great idea for a concept video that had the misfortune to...

Girl With Green Eyes, The (1964)

An innocent Irish country lass (Rita Tushingham) leaves her father's Co Clare farm to work in Dublin and falls in love with a cold,...

Girls On The Beach, The (1965)

Selma (Noreen Corcoran), Cynthia (Linda Marshall), and Betty (Nancy Spry) are trying to raise money to save their sorority house (Alpha Beta) when they run...

Girls Girls Girls (1962)

Elvis Presley romp with colourful locations, a serviceable (though silly) plot and some super ladies, including Stella Stevens who also gets to sing. Poor fisherman Ross...

Girl On A Motorcycle, The (1968)

Director Jack Cardiff adapted the erotic novel, La Motorcyclette, with prototype rich waif Marianne Faithfull as a young French housewife seething with masochistic obsession for sadistic lover...

Girl Happy (1965)

Elvis Presley and the Jordanaires hit the beaches of sunny Fort Lauderdale to baby-sit the beautiful, brainy daughter of their mobster nightclub-owner boss in...

Girl-Getters, The (1966)

During the summer season at the seaside resort of Roxham a gang of young men led by womanising photographer Tinker (Oliver Reed) have perfected a...

Gimme Shelter (1970)

Gimme Shelter follows The Rolling Stones on their 1969 US tour, catching them at their absolute apex. Interspersed with the live concert footage we see the negotiations between...

Gigi (1958)

Finally breaking the record number of Academy Awards won by Gone With The Wind, Vincente Minnelli's scrumptious MGM musical took home nine Oscars, including Best...

G.I. Blues (1960)

Serviceman Tulsa McLean (Presley) is an American soldier stationed in West Germany who has plans to open a nightclub when he returns home. To raise money...

Giant (1956)

Edna Ferber specialised in writing sprawling family sagas, several of them set in the West. Her 1930 novel Cimarron was twice filmed by Hollywood, as was...

Ghost Goes Gear, The (1966)

This 24-carat piece of 60s pop trivia was made as a showcase for the popular British blues-soul band The Spencer Davis Group. The band are...

Ghost and Mr. Chicken, The (1965)

Everyone's favourite scaredy-pants comedian Don Knotts returned to the big screen in 1965, starring in the comedy frightfest The Ghost and Mr. Chicken. Fittingly, the film...

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Eat The Rich (1987)

When a waiter loses his job at trendy London restaurant 'Bastards', he plots with a band of revolutionaries to put its customers on the...

Soldier Blue (1970)

Like Billy Jack (1971), who passionately hated killing but did so anyway, this is an anti-violence film that revels in violence. Very controversial on its release, this...

Invisible Boy, The (1957)

A ten-year-old boy and Robby the Robot team up to prevent a supercomputer from controlling the Earth from a satellite. Edmund Cooper's original short story...

Battletruck (1982)

A world after the 21st-century oil wars - with energy at a premium, a global fuel shortage and the Earth's food and resources running...

Gallipoli (1981)

Australian filmmaker Peter Weir re-created the tragic and notorious World War I debacle of Gallipoli - a blundered campaign that saw the massacre of...

Servant, The (1963)

Self-consciously 'modern' when it was released, this study of class power and sexual desire starred James Fox as an upper-class twit and Dirk Bogarde...

Witches of Eastwick, The (1987)

Nothing ever happens in the sleepy New England town of Eastwick. But that's about to change when three bored, independent women make a wish...

Escape From New York (1981)

The year is 1997 (the future) and the island of Manhattan has been turned into the world's biggest free-for-all maximum security prison. There's only one...