Hugh Griffith

So Evil My Love

So Evil My Love

Director: Lewis Allen
Year: 1948

In the late 19th century, an English widow falls hopelessly in love with a charming-but-dangerous criminal who’s renting a room in her boarding house, and soon descends into a life of crime.

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Kind Hearts and Coronets (Special Edition)

Kind Hearts and Coronets (Special Edition)

Director: Robert Hamer
Year: 1949

An embittered young commoner is determined to avenge his mother’s unjust disinheritance by ascending to the dukedom. Unfortunately, eight relatives—all played by Alec Guinness—must be eliminated before he can do so.

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Luther

Luther

Director: Guy Green
Year: 1974

John Osborne's play is a fascinating and powerful psychological study of the Augustinian monk Martin Luther, examining his central role in the birth of Protestantism and revolt against the Roman Catholic Church.

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The Last Remake of Beau Geste (Special Editon)

The Last Remake of Beau Geste (Special Editon)

Director: Feldman Marty
Year: 1977

Set in England and Morocco in 1906, Feldman’s “remake” mocks all the do-or-die extravaganzas we’ve known and loved as he portrays Digby, identical twin brother to Michael York’s stalwart Beau Geste.

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Dr. Phibes Double Feature [The Abominable Dr. Phibes/Dr. Phibes Rises Again]

Dr. Phibes Double Feature [The Abominable Dr. Phibes/Dr. Phibes Rises Again]

Director: Robert Fuest
Year: 1971

THE ABOMINABLE DR. PHIBES Meet Doctor Phibes: a one-time concert musician who’s now an all-time crazed murderer.

DR. PHIBES RISES AGAIN This sequel features Vincent Price as one of his most perfect horror villains in his long list of evil-doers.

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The Counterfeit Traitor

The Counterfeit Traitor

Director: George Seaton
Year: 1962

An American businessman turned Swedish oil-trader finds his life and fortunes held hostage when he’s blackmailed by British agents and forced into the perilous arena of World War II espionage.

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