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Adventures of a Plumber’s Mate (1978)

Plumbing seems an agreeable enough occupation for Sid South (Christopher Neil) whose job offers him ample opportunity to bed a variety of nubile girls. Apart...

Adventures Of A Private Eye (1977)

Following on from the surprisingly profitable Adventures of a Taxi Driver, this smutty romp sticks to the same formula. Christopher Neil, in the title role,...

Adventures Of A Taxi Driver (1976)

Girls and trouble are inseparable for young London taxi driver Joe North (a miscast Barry Evans). At home, Joe has a nagging mother (Diana Dors),...

Adventures Of Barry McKenzie, The (1972)

A sex-hungry Australian (pardon the tautology) gets into all kinds of trouble on a visit to the Mother Country in a movie which is...

Airport ’77 (1977)

This is the second sequel to Airport (1970) and stars Jack Lemmon as pilot Don Gallagher. This time, the co-pilot (Robert Foxworth) of a private 747 Jumbo...

Airport ’79 – The Concorde (1979)

The fourth helping of Airport adventure was subtitled The Concorde, and inevitably the film suffered from the law of diminishing returns. This time the plot dealt with an...

Airport (1970)

For a generation that grew up on Airplane! (1980), the definitive disaster spoof, it may be impossible to take the overblown melodramatics of this adaptation of...

Airport 1975 (1974)

An all-star cast highlighted this mind-boggling 1970's disaster film - The first of three sequels to Airport (1970). A 747 bound for Salt Lake City is hit...

Alex & The Gypsy (1976)

Jack Lemmon looks tired and unappealing in this cynical and grubby film about the torturous relationship between a baibondsman and a gypsy woman accused...

Alex In Wonderland (1970)

Alex, a  young long-haired Hollywood director wrestles with success while his wife copes with their domestic fallouts. His attempts to make a follow-up to his smash-hit...

Alfie Darling (1974)

This follow-up to the Oscar-nominated Alfie (1966) finds pop singer Alan Price replacing Michael Caine as the cockney casanova, with director Ken Hughes taking...

Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore (1975)

Ellen Burstyn won a Best Actress Oscar for her performance as a strong-willed 35-year-old widow trying to forge a new life for herself and...

Alice in Wonderland: An X-rated Musical Comedy (1976)

Produced by Bill Osco of Flesh Gordon (1974) fame, this musical reimagining is more panto than porno. Former Playboy playmate Kristine De Bell plays a...

Alice, Sweet Alice (1977)

Religious overtones run through this offbeat, multilayered whodunnit horror movie, telling the tale of a devout New Jersey family's struggle to reveal the killer...

Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1972)

Musical version of Alice in Wonderland - the story of a girl who tumbles down a rabbit hole, finds herself in a magical world...

Alien (1979)

When Alien hit theatres in 1979, science fiction movies had mostly been flying saucer films with goofy looking aliens who abducted good-looking models to their ships...

All That Jazz (1979)

Director Bob Fosse's partly autobiographical, self-indulgent, but occasionally brilliant musical had a Fellini-like vision of the life and death of top choreographer, Joe Gideon...

All The President’s Men (1976)

Based on their own book, All The President's Men told the tale of Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward - the two junior reporters who uncovered the...

All the Right Noises (1971)

Originally sold with the provocative tagline "Is 15-and-a-half too young for a girl? Is one wife enough for one man?", this time capsule of...

All The Way Up (1970)

Fred Midway will do anything to climb to the top of the corporate tree, and he's equally keen to bump up his family's social...

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10 (1979)

George Webber (Dudley Moore) is a composer facing a midlife crisis. He escapes the headaches (and toothaches) of Los Angeles to the beaches of...

10 Rillington Place (1971)

Based on Ludovic Kennedy’s 1961 non-fiction book of the same name, this film was a sombre, articulate, and chilling dramatisation of the infamous murders...

11 Harrow House (1974)

A nonchalant young American diamond merchant, Howard R. Chesser (Charles Grodin), travels to London on one of his frequent trips to 11 Harrowhouse; the offices...

1941 (1979)

1941 is a stupid farce based on a stupid idea: What would have happened if, after bombing Pearl Harbor, the Japanese had gone on to...

200 Motels (1971)

Taking a leaf out of the cute anarchy of A Hard Day's Night (1964), directors Frank Zappa and Tony Palmer invest Zappa's own music (performed...

2069: A Sex Odyssey (1974)

Disguised as the French Olympic ski team, a squad of beautiful, sensuous women from Venus come to Earth to carry sperm back to their...

40 Carats (1973)

After a brief holiday romance in Greece, Ann Stanley (a woman of 40) finds romance with 20-year-old Peter Latham in this comedy drama. Ann does...

A Bridge Too Far (1977)

It seems as if an entire regiment of movie notables appears in this $26 million epic based on Cornelius Ryan's bestseller about a disastrous...