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Paths of Glory (1957)

Based on an actual incident in World War I that was hushed up by the French authorities at the time, Paths of Glory is set at...

Pat Garrett and Billy The Kid (1973)

New Mexico, 1881. The days of the Wild West are numbered. Although Billy The Kid (Kris Kristofferson) is still living the life of an outlaw,...

Parent Trap, The (1961)

They cloned Pollyanna. Not really, but that was certainly the effect Walt Disney wanted for 1961's The Parent Trap. Young actress Hayley Mills (pictured at right) had...

Paradise, Hawaiian Style (1966)

After striking box office gold with the massive hit Blue Hawaii (1961), Elvis Presley returned for more fun in the 50th state, with the combination of...

Paradise Alley (1978)

Paradise Alley was written and directed by Sylvester Stallone, who also played the starring role in this entertaining account of three Italian-American brothers whose sole...

Papillon (1973)

This unrelenting film was made by Franklin J Schaffner from Henri Charrière's autobiographical account of life in (and escape from) the penal colony on...

Paper Moon (1973)

Ryan O'Neal plays a bible-selling conman in depression-era Kansas, who falls in with a sassy, cigarette-smoking little girl (O'Neal's daughter, Tatum) who proves to...

Pal Joey (1957)

Renowned ladies man Joey Evans (Frank Sinatra) arrives in San Francisco looking for nightclub entertainment work and lands a job at The Barbary Coast...

Pajama Party (1964)

One of those kitsch 1960s Californian beach party movies which began with Beach Party (1963). In this one, Tommy Kirk plays a Martian scout sent to Earth...

Pajama Game, The (1957)

A delectable Doris Day stars as the prettiest, smartest, female worker in a pyjama factory whose feminist ideas turn management vs. labour topsy-turvy, in...

Paint Your Wagon (1969)

A gold prospector buys a wife from a Mormon and agrees to share her with his mining partner when she insists they all live...

Plugg (1975)

This no-budget Ozploitation soft-core 'sex comedy' features seedy Aussie private investigator Horatio Plugg (Peter Thompson) who is on the case of Pussycat Escorts. He is...

Purple Rose of Cairo, The (1985)

The title of Woody Allen's 1985 film The Purple Rose of Cairo refers to the movie-within-the-movie, a sleek and sophisticated black and white romance, made to...

Purple Rain (1984)

In July 1984, the movie Purple Rain opened in the US and Britain. Its soundtrack album sold a million copies in the first week of release...

Puberty Blues (1981)

Australian Bruce Beresford (Breaker Morant) directed this poignant, humorous examination of adolescence. Set in a Sydney beachside suburb (Cronulla), the film focuses on two high...

Prom Night (1980)

While playing in a derelict building, four children accidentally kill a young girl and swear to cover it up. But six years later, as...

Prizzi’s Honor (1985)

Jack Nicholson enjoys himself enormously as bumbling hit man Charley Partanna, who falls for gorgeous 'tax consultant' Kathleen Turner - who in fact turns...

Private Lessons (1981)

Sylvia Kristel takes her notoriety as princess of soft-porn in European erotica such as Emmanuelle (1974) for an American makeover in this suggestive fantasy which has teenager...

Private Benjamin (1980)

Widowed on her wedding night, sheltered socialite Judy Benjamin proves susceptible to a persuasive recruitment officer extolling the joys of life in the "new"...

Prick Up Your Ears (1987)

The life of doomed gay British playwright Joe Orton gets a no-holds-barred but sure-handed telling by director Stephen Frears in this funny and moving...

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Personal Best (1982)

Hurdler Chris Cahill (Mariel Hemingway) and Pentathlete Tory Skinner (Patrice Donnelly) meet at the Olympic trials. They become lovers but then must compete against...

Devils, The (1971)

Cardinal Richelieu (Christopher Logue) and his power-hungry entourage seek to take control of 17th-century France, but need to destroy Father Grandier (Oliver Reed) -...

Jesus Trip, The (1971)

A group of bikers and their girlfriends are stopped at the border by police who discover heroin in their tyres - which has actually...

Final Programme, The (1973)

Jerry Cornelius, a ruthless Nobel prize-winner, billionaire, adventurer and time traveller, is asked by the ruthless Miss Brunner (pictured below left) - who consumes her...

Young Savages, The (1960)

Shot on the streets of Harlem, Frankenheimer's juvenile delinquency movie has Burt Lancaster's DA Hank Bell caught between two street gangs while seeking justice...

Night Of The Generals, The (1967)

A loosely tied three-thread story about a German Major (Omar Sharif,) a dedicated military investigator who tracks down the general (one of three suspects)...

Jaws 2 (1978)

Three years after those infamous shark attacks, another great white swims into police chief Martin Brody's Amity resort town in this shameless sequel that's...

Abductors, The (1972)

Ginger Cheri Caffaro Ken Stanton Richard Smedley Carter Winston Jennifer Brooks Jason Varone William Grannell Jablon Patrick Wright Abductors Anthony Barone Rudy Hornish Mary Lou Gerie Bronson Mr. Aronson Stan Franklin Mr. Stuart Eli Levine Jane Jeramie Rain Director Don Schain