Robin and the merry men rescue lady Margaret, who is seeking a healing cross. watch
The new Sheriff of Nottingham has his own ideas on how to do away with Robin Hood. watch
A lord in danger sends his daugher to ask Robin Hood for help. watch
Monster Club movie trailer - starring Donald Pleasence, John Carradine, Vincent Price, Stuart Whitman, Britt Ekland. Directed by Roy Ward Baker. Genre: Horror
Rating: Not Rated
Two Men Went To War movie trailer - starring Derek Jacobi, Kenneth Cranham, Phyllida Law, Leo Bill, Rosanna Lavelle, Paul Bayfield. Directed by John Henderson. Theatrical Release Date: 4/1/2005
Meet A.J. Raffles (Anthony Valentine, Callan, The Commander), a gentleman of leisure and a first-class cricketer. But when he's not dining at his club or taking wickets for England, he's often engaged in his other favorite activity--relieving the wealthy of their riches. A master of accents and disguise, Raffles is assisted by his old school chum "Bunny" Manders (Christopher Stauli, Only When I Laugh). Always eager but often bewildered, Bunny follows his friend into the most complex of predicaments and deadliest of situations, likely as not pursued by the dogged Inspector Mackenzie (Victor Carin, Sutherland's Law) of Scotland Yard. Anthony Valentine and a stellar cast of British actors deliver superb performances in these beautifully crafted adaptations of the work of E.W. Hornung, brother-in-law of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. In each episode, the roguish Raffles and his intrepid companion set out to plunder the wealth of the aristocracy, stay out of the reach of the law, and revel in the thrill of the game.
more Anthony Valentine Clips & Interviews videos
This is the true story of two members of England's Army Dental Corps, Sgt. Peter King (Cranham), a World War I veteran looking to keep on fighting, and Private Leslie Cuthbertson (Bill), a wet-behind-the-ears trainee, whose dedication to helping the war effort during World War II inspired them to leave their posts and attempt to join the war effort in France.
Chronicles the time that Thomas Jefferson spent as the American Ambassador to France (1784-1789). These were significant years for him in his public and personal life, and fateful ones for France, where the revolution was about to break out.
more Anthony Valentine Movies videos
While burgling a house, Raffles gets caught red-handed by a former lover trapped in a loveless marriage. The woman seems ready to leave and start a new life with her old flame. Raffles, worried for his freedom, goes to extreme measures to extricate himself.
For reasons of state, the government asks Raffles to steal a priceless black pearl belonging to the German kaiser--aided and abetted by none other than Mackenzie of the Yard. Complications arise, however, when it becomes clear that Raffles has his own plans for the pearl.
Raffles takes it personally when the secretary for Home Affairs threatens draconian new measures for offenses against property. He is determined to hit the pompous cabinet minister exactly where it hurts. However, a slip-up by Bunny puts them both within the grasp of Inspector Mackenzie.
When one of his cricket friends runs afoul of a ruthless moneylender, Raffles decides to pay the man's bill . . . and then some. He also agrees to take on a job for the moneylender. But when the man tries to double-cross him, Raffles decides to execute summary justice.
more Anthony Valentine On TV videos
more Anthony Valentine credits (22 total credits)
You might be also interested in the following websites: