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Wizards (1977)

This ambitious animated sci-fi tale from the director of Fritz the Cat (1972) was released the same year as Star Wars, and both films dealt with...

Which Way To The Front? (1970)

A millionaire playboy rejected for active service during the Second World War decides to train his own private army of misfits to help fight...

Willard (1971)

In this hugely successful story of violent vermin, oppressed mother-dominated office boy Bruce Davison turns the tables on his tormentors by training his two...

Witches, The (1966)

Produced by Hammer and written by Nigel Kneale, who created Quatermass, The Witches tells of a teacher working in Africa who has a breakdown when a curse is...

World, the Flesh and the Devil, The (1959)

Miner Harry Belafonte lives through an atomic attack and meets two other survivors when he arrives in devastated New York City - gorgeous Inger...

Warlords of Atlantis (1978)

It may be small change compared with today's CGI monster movies, but this is still a decent romp from director Kevin Connor, and it's...

Wild Rebels, The (1967)

Rod, Banjo and Jeeter are a trio of brutal Satan's Angels who commit bank hold-ups and other crimes strictly for kicks. Rod Tillman Steve Alaimo Banjo Willie Pastrano Jeeter John...

What’s Up Nurse? (1977)

Dr Robert Todd Nicholas Field Olivia Ogden Felicity Devonshire Dr Ogden John Le Mesurier Carthew Graham Stark Matron Kate Williams Helen Arkwright Angela Grant Mrs Garrard Sheila Bernette Police Sergeant Peter Butterworth Constable Jack Douglas Knitter Anna Karen Aquarium proprietor Chic Murray Flash Harry Bill Pertwee Guido, the...

Wanderers, The (1979)

Two rival teenage gangs fight for supremacy in 1960s New York, but the leader of one group faces moving into the adult world of...

Woman In A Dressing Gown (1957)

After 20 years of marriage, feckless and domestically untidy Amy Preston (Yvonne Mitchell) finds she cannot compete with an attractive younger woman for the...

World’s Greatest Athlete, The (1973)

Equal parts Disney slapstick fantasy, Tarzan movie and underdog sports flick, The World's Greatest Athlete had enough zany spirit for several films. With a cast that included Tim Conway,...

World According To Garp, The (1982)

Splendid performances highlight this sharp, satirical adaptation of John Irving's dark best-seller about the adventures of an illegitimate, eccentric young man hell-bent on being...

Work Is a Four Letter Word (1967)

David Warner and scouse songbird Cilla Black star in this delightfully-absurd film, set in a near future dominated by automation. Young Valentine Brose (Warner) is on...

Working Girl (1988)

An ambitious and capable secretary (Griffith) from the wrong side of town - she commutes from Staten Island daily - can't get ahead by...

Woodstock (1970)

The 1969 outdoor rock festival called Woodstock (although it was actually held on Max Yasgur's 600 acre dairy farm near Bethel, New York) gave its name...

Wonderwall (1968)

A gloriously meaningless head-trip about Oscar Collins (Jack MacGowran) - a doddering eccentric old scientist who discovers a secret window into the endless sex...

Wonderful Life (1964)

After losing his job as an entertainer on a cruise ship, Johnnie (Cliff Richard) and his backing band (The Shadows) are cast away on a...

Wiz, The (1978)

Sidney Lumet's schmaltzy all-black disco-flavoured musical version of The Wizard of Oz starred 33-year old Diana Ross as 24 year old Harlem schoolteacher Dorothy Gale (pictured...

Witness (1985)

An innocent young Amish widow (Kelly McGillis) takes her small son Samuel (Lucas Haas) on his first train trip to visit a relative in...

Withnail and I (1987)

Destined from the very start to be the student film of choice, Withnail and I spawned a generation who would hold this film as the benchmark...

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Ronin (1998)

A freelance former US intelligence agent is recruited alongside a team of fellow mercenaries to take part in an international plot to capture a...

Long Weekend (1978)

Peter (John Hargreaves) and his wife Marcia (Briony Behets) drive out of the city for a long weekend’s camping by the sea. They are...

Last Tycoon, The (1976)

This unloved film from a late-career Elia Kazan is about a young movie producer making his way up the ladder in the foundational years...

Face Off (1997)

In director John Woo's over-the-top blockbuster, Nicolas Cage plays Castor Troy, a lunatic terrorist who, having planted a bomb somewhere in LA, is put...

Kramer vs. Kramer (1979)

Kramer vs. Kramer is about marriage, divorce, child custody, the changing sex roles in a confused society, and the complexities of love. It's a fine film...

Killing of Angel Street, The (1981)

  Residents of a row of terrace houses in Sydney, Australia, form an Action Group to fight a development company who want to buy the...

Frogs (1972)

Jason Crockett is an ageing, grumpy, physically disabled millionaire who invites his family to his island estate for his birthday celebration. Pickett Smith is a...

Bobo, The (1967)

Unsuccessful singing bullfighter Juan Bautista (Sellers) arrives in Barcelona to try his luck in a big town. He finally persuades a devious local impresario to...