Category Archives: British Movies

The Camels Are Coming (1934)

No middle ground. Either you love these kind of movies or you can’t stand them. Jack Hulbert, sings,dances and mugs his way through this over the top goofy movie about an Air Force squadron leader looking for drug smugglers in … Continue reading

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An Inspector Calls (1954)

Alastair Sim is in top form (he always is) as a police inspector looking into a girl’s suicide. He shows up at a rich family’s house while they’re just finishing dinner. It takes place in 1912. It’s based on a … Continue reading

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Send For Paul Temple (The Green Finger) (1946)

First movie based on the long running Paul Temple book and BBC Radio series by Francis Durbridge. Anthony Hulme stars as the novelist and private detective. A smash and grab gang is very successful in knocking off jewelry stores. During … Continue reading

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Four Sided Triangle (1953)

Early Hammer film that’s based on the novel by William F. Temple. This is well worth seeking out. Three childhood friends return to their home village. Two are scientists and the other hasn’t succeeded at anything. They work together on … Continue reading

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The Running Man (1963)

Laurence Harvey plays a man who fakes his own death for the insurance money. The story has been done countless times but this movie adds nothing new to it and it’s bland all the way through. Rex Black (Laurence Harvey) … Continue reading

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Thunder In The City (1937)

Fun movie that’s almost disappeared over the years. It follows the usual formula of movies of this type but what separates it is the performances of Edward G.Robinson and Nigel Bruce. Daniel Armstrong (Edward G.Robinson) is the sales manager at … Continue reading

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The Body Stealers (1969)

Dumb, stupid, idiotic, asinine. There’s no excuse that money was wasted on a total piece of crap like this. George Sanders and Maurice Evans disgrace themselves by appearing even if they do phone it in. Three men are testing out … Continue reading

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