Broken Arrow (1950)

The first Western from director Delmer Daves, Broken Arrow tells the story of US army scout Tom Jeffords (James Stewart) who marries a young Apache...

Bronco Billy (1980)

Clint Eastwood directed this light and pleasing adventure comedy about a group of misfits who choose to live out their fantasies. Eastwood himself stars as...

Bronco Bullfrog (1969)

In 1969, Britain woke up to skinheads. They had been around for ages but in September 1969 the Daily Mirror christened the movement. At the same time,...

Brood, The (1979)

Oliver Reed persuades Samantha Eggar to give birth to deformed children with killer instincts in another of David Cronenberg's disturbing shockers. An intriguing metaphor for...

Brothers Rico, The (1957)

Eddie Rico (Richard Conte) has been the book-keeper of an important Mafia boss but now he is an honest merchant and lives with his...

Brubaker (1980)

Brubaker is based on the real-life experiences of Tom Murton, who worked as a warden in a primitive Arkansas prison in 1968, improving conditions and...

Bucktown (1975)

Duke Johnson (Fred Williamson) returns to the small southern town of Buchanan ("Bucktown") - a sleazy town that attracts low rent tourists because of...

Buddy Holly Story, The (1978)

A first-rate, realistic film biography of Buddy Holly - the talented rockabilly composer-musician who introduced such 1950s hits as That'll Be The Day and Peggy Sue. Lanky, toothsome...

Bugsy (1991)

Benjamin "Bugsy" Siegel (he hated the nickname and was known to physically assault anyone unwise enough to use it in his presence) was a renaissance...

Bugsy Malone (1976)

Close your eyes and imagine the pitch meeting: "Okay, so, it's a gangster movie, and, and . . . er . . . it's...

Bulldog Breed, The (1960)

Trying to change his life by joining the navy, well-meaning but clumsy grocer's assistant Norman Puckle (Wisdom) is chosen to be the first test...

Bullet to Beijing (1995)

Thirty years after the film of Len Deighton's novel The Ipcress File (1965), Michael Caine resurrects his British spy Harry Palmer, first pitched as an...

Bullitt (1968)

One of the most popular stars of the 1960s and 1970s was Steve McQueen who is at his charismatic best in this stylish film...

Bullseye! (1990)

Bullseye! saw Roger Moore and Michael Caine work together onscreen for the first time. Great friends in real life, it must have seemed like...

Bullshot (1983)

This risible spoof of the Bulldog Drummond stories stars Alan Shearman, Ron House and Diz White, the team that also wrote the original stage...

Bunny Lake Is Missing (1965)

An American woman in London reports her young daughter missing in what appears to be a kidnapping. However the police can find no clues...

Bunny O’Hare (1970)

An elderly woman is evicted from her home due to a mistake by her bank. When she learns that a man sent to repossess...

Burbs, The (1989)

Tom Hanks plays Ray Peterson, ostensibly taking a relaxing week off work, but in reality, driving his wife Carol (Carrie Fisher) slowly up the...

Burglar (1987)

Following the lukewarm reception for Jumpin' Jack Flash, Whoopi Goldberg made another attempt at a leading comedy role in this disappointing mix of humour...

Burke & Hare (1972)

This lighthearted and bawdy British film recreates a true story about William Burke (Derren Nesbitt) and William Hare (Glynn Edwards), two infamous Irish body-snatchers...

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