Prison trusty Dodger (Peter Sellers) is alarmed at the arrival of the notorious screw Crout (Wilfrid Hyde-White), who proceeds to visit the warden (Maurice Denham) in the British comedy Two Way Stretch, 1960.
From Academy Award nominated director Roko Belic, "Happy" takes us on a journey from the swamps of Louisiana to the slums of Kolkata in search of what really makes people happy. Available on VOD March 19th.
One of the funniest British comedies in the music hall tradition of the thirties. Comedian Will Hay stars as Mr Porter, a railway attendant whose boss has been wanting to fire him for 20 years. He has been unable to because Porter is a relative of the Managing Director and is determined to become a station master, somewhere! He is eventually commissioned to a near-decrepit station in Ireland, where he organizes a train for a sinister man to board. To his surprise, the train vanishes. The villagers believe that ghosts are responsible, but Porter may yet prove otherwise, even if by accident!
Directed by Frank Launder and written by Sidney Gilliat, I See A Dark Stranger is a suspense-filled, highly entertaining spy drama about a highly-strung Irish girl, Bridie Quilty (Deborah Kerr) whose father delights in spinning tall tales about his role in the 1916 uprising against the English. When Bridie comes of age she decides to leave her rural home and seek out the IRA, but she unwittingly falls in with a German spy called Miller (Raymond Huntley), believing that he is part of the IRA. Miller recruits Bridie and finds her a job working in a sleepy village pub near a British military prison. But when British Army Officer David Byrne (Trevor Howard) arrives in the village to recuperate, he falls in love with the quarrelsome Bridie. Suspicious that Byrne is an intelligence officer Miller decides that Byrne needs to be eliminated and asks Bridie to help him...
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