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Honeymoon Machine, The (1961)

Naval lieutenant Steve McQueen misappropriates his ship's computer by using it to cheat at roulette in the Venice casino. However, there are three spanners in...

Advance To The Rear (1964)

This sweet-tempered send-up of Civil War heroics from Destry Rides Again director George Marshall has a company of useless Union misfits sent out of...

PT-109 (1963)

PT-109 tells the story of President John F Kennedy's wartime experience as a PT boat skipper in the South Pacific, with Cliff Robertson portraying...

Where’s Jack? (1969)

  In his first straight acting performance, old rocker Tommy Steele stars as Jack Sheppard, the notorious highwayman and jail-breaker who became a folk hero...

Castle, The (1968)

Maximilian Schell plays an anonymous stranger called "K" who arrives at a strange village and claims he is the new land surveyor for a...

Sterile Cuckoo, The (1969)

Liza Minnelli gives a striking performance as Pookie Adams, a lonely college student in her first encounter with love. When she and Wendell Burton think...

Who’s Been Sleeping In My Bed? (1963)

There's an impressive line-up of players in this harmless bit of fun. Dean Martin is actor Jason Steele, who plays a caring, godlike doctor in a...

Sweet Ride, The (1968)

Ageing tennis hustler Collie Ransom (Tony Franciosa), young surfer Denny McGuire (Michael Sarrazin), and young musician Choo-Choo Burns (Bob Denver) live the beach bum...

Raven, The (1963)

A funny satire of horror stories (inspired by Poe's poem) set in 15th-century England - a time ruled by magic, fear, and superstition. Dr. Craven...

Waltz of the Toreadors (1962)

An English general finds himself with a hypochondriac for a wife, a French mistress and a penchant for buxom chambermaids. In one of his most...

Doctor In Love (1961)

Sir Lancelot Spratt (James Robertson-Justice) gives his medical students a slating to remember over a patient. The patient is Dr Richard Hare (Michael Craig),...

Splendor In The Grass (1961)

A teenage girl in 1920s Kansas is put under pressure from her parents to restrain her sexual desires while her boyfriend's equally domineering family have...

It’s all over Town (1963)

A theatre electrician visits the London nightspots and meets all sorts of show people, but wakes up to find it is all a dream. ...

Je T’Aime, Je T’Aime (1968)

Returning to the subjects of lapsing time and unreliable memory that had informed all his earlier features, Alain Resnais harnessed that old sci-fi standby,...

Theorem (1968)

Pier Paolo Pasolini found himself on an obscenity charge for this adaptation of his own novel, in which a handsome enigmatic stranger seduces every...

Night Tide (1961)

Production executive and sometime avant-garde film-maker Curtis Harrington made his feature debut with this strange story of a sailor who meets a mysterious woman...

Reptile, The (1966)

  Blowup may have been the peak of auteur-driven cinema in Britain in 1966, but the year also represented something of an annus mirabilis for...

Night We Got the Bird, The (1960)

Bertie Skidmore's honeymoon is ruined by a talkative parrot, and he's convinced the pesky bird is the reincarnation of his new wife's ex-husband. Your heart...

24 Hours to Kill (1965)

Tarzan star Lex Barker and Hollywood legend Mickey Rooney head a glittering international cast in this crime thriller from British B-movie mogul Harry Alan...

All Neat in Black Stockings (1969)

Part bawdy peek-a-boo romp, part kitchen-sink drama, this box-office hit features then-rising star Victor Henry as Ginger, a twenty-year-old window cleaner whose womanising is...

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Alice’s Restaurant (1969)

A folk singer mingles with hippie dropouts in this satirical melodrama about the freewheeling life-style of the 1960's. The theme is rather flimsy, but director...

633 Squadron (1964)

Erik Bergman (George Chakiris), a Norwegian Resistance fighter, tells British Air Intelligence that the Germans are about to loose an all-out rocket blitz against England....

Ski Fever (1966)

Brian Davis (Martin Milner) is an American music student studying at a European university and teaching skiing at an Austrian resort to pay for...

Gorgo (1961)

Londoners think they're on to something big when they display a large (65 feet tall standing on its hind legs) prehistoric baby sea monster...

If . . . (1968)

This surrealistic story of schoolboy revolt was something of a departure for director Lindsay Anderson, but he succeeded in capturing the absurdities of British...

Day The Fish Came Out, The (1967)

Michael Cacoyannis's follow-up to his highly acclaimed Zorba the Greek (1964) couldn't have been more different, or more of a disappointment: a ham-fisted satire that...

Orgy of the Dead (1965)

Bob (William Bates) and his girlfriend Shirley (Pat Barrington) go in search of a cemetery to inspire Bob for writing his next horror story. After...