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Percy’s Progress (1974)

When a US Air Force plane crashes into the sea with a load of chemicals and contaminates the world's water supply, it is discovered...

Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, The (1969)

Period drama starring Maggie Smith in her Oscar-winning role as the eccentric Scottish teacher whose unorthodox views and teaching methods entrance pupils at an...

Please Don’t Eat the Daisies (1960)

An overworked theatre critic decides to quit the rat race and takes his wife and family to live in the country - a move fraught...

Private’s Progress (1956)

Comedy about an innocent lad (Ian Carmichael) who falls in with a gang of spivs in the Army. Narrator E.V.H. Emmett Stanley Windrush Ian Carmichael Private Percival Henry Cox...

Psychomania (1971)

Tom (Nicky Henson) is the leader of a motorcycle gang called ‘The Living Dead’. With the aid of a frog-worshipping cult, his satanic mother (Beryl...

Psych-Out (1968)

"Taste a moment of madness - Listen to the sound of purple" This movie delved into the psychedelic scene as deaf runaway Susan Strasberg hitches...

Pufnstuf (1970)

H.R. Pufnstuf was the first of a long string of Saturday morning hits from Sid and Marty Krofft, the legendary team who also brought us The...

Punch and Judy Man, The (1963)

For Wally (the Punch and Judy Man in a small seaside town) and his wife Delia, the approaching end of the summer season also...

Pure Hell of St Trinian’s, The (1960)

The fourth form monsters' latest trick is their best ever - they've burned down St Trinian's! As the school stands trial for arson the police...

Psycho (1960)

With Psycho, Alfred Hitchcock took his biggest risk and had his biggest success. The risk was not financial - at less than one million dollars Psycho was...

Prudence and the Pill (1968)

Complications arise when aspirins are surreptitiously substituted for a woman's birth-control pills. Judy Geeson (pictured at right) - of To Sir With Love (1966) fame - was something of a blonde...

Projectionist, The (1970)

This independent, low-budget pearl from writer/director Harry Hurwitz deserved a better fate on its initial release. Burly Chuck McCann is the lonely projectionist whose job...

Professionals, The (1966)

Four soldiers of fortune are hired to rescue the wife of a cattle baron, who is being held by a ruthless Mexican bandit. But,...

Producers, The (1968)

Accountant Leo Bloom (Gene Wilder) tells down-on-his-luck producer Max Bialystock (Zero Mostel), who has to charm wealthy widows to raise money for his plays,...

Privilege (1967)

Privilege was Peter Watkins' first feature film. It was made after he quit the BBC in disgust following the Corporation's banning (supposedly after lobbying from...

Private Road (1971)

Ann Halpern Susan Penhaligon Peter Morrissey  Bruce Robinson Stephen  Michael Feast  Mr Halpern  Robert Brown Henry  George Fenton Mrs Halpern  Kathleen Byron Erica Talbot  Patricia Cutts Alex Marvel  Trevor Adams Sylvia Halpern Susan Broderick Director Barney Platts-Mills

Primitives, The (1962)

'The Primitives' are four jewel thieves - three men led by one woman - posing as entertainers, who draw upon their skill with disguises...

Prime Cut (1972)

In this sleazy and irreverent crime thriller from Downhill Racer (1969) director Michael Ritchie, Lee Marvin plays a Chicago Mob enforcer sent to Kansas to...
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