REBECCA is Alfred Hitchcock's gothic romance about an innocent and sweet young woman who marries a wealthy gentleman and soon begins to fear that she cannot erase the memories of his first wife, Rebecca. Goaded on by a malevolent housekeeper, the woman attempts to re-create Rebecca's every move, with disastrous results. But gradually the truth about the mysterious Rebecca emerges--a truth that will forever change the woman's perspective on life and love. Based on the 1938 novel by Daphne Du Maurier, the film marked Hitchcock's American debut.
Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn, vocal by Marni Nixon) demonstrates her improved elocution to Professor Henry Higgins (Rex Harrison) in the Lerner and Loewe number, The Rain In Spain, in My Fair Lady, 1964.
Audrey Hepburn as Eliza Doolittle performs Wouldn't It Be Loverly? (vocal by Marni Nixon) early in the Academy Award-winning the Lerner and Loewe musical My Fair Lady, 1964.
The famous flower montage by director George Cukor, Andre Previn conducting the overture from the Lerner and Loewe score, opening My Fair Lady, 1964, starring Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn.
The now-refined street urchin Eliza Doolittle (Audrey Hepburn) takes out her frustrations on her teacher Professor Higgins (Rex Harrison) in My Fair Lady 1959, based on the Lerner-Loewe musical and directed by George Cukor.
Jeremy Brett completes his portrayal of the Great Detective in style and Holmes' brother Mycroft plays a crucial role in the series. Produced by Granada Television and filmed on location in London.
My Fair Lady -- Clip: A blunder heard around the tracks
My Fair Lady -- A misogynistic and snobbish phonetics professor agrees to a wager that he can take a flower girl and make her presentable in high society.
Rebecca -- This pseudo music video features Rebecca. A young girl who has dreams of her own. Unfortunately, society has already decided her dreams for her and she is a prisoner. Someday when she is old enough, she will become a vessel for making more young men to send to battle. Because it's always the young that fight the wars that old men start.
My Fair Lady -- Clip: Eliza works on her pronunciation with help from professor Higgins
My Fair Lady -- Clip: Eliza sings Wouldn't it be Loverly
Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill: : -- Clip: Jennie rides with Papa
A terrifying story of a man who possesses an appalling power control over life and death. John Morlar is savagely attacked in his London flat and Detective Brunel, who is assigned to the case, is led to Morlar's doctor, Zonfeld. Morlar feels he possesses the gift of evil in the form of an awesome telekinetic power - to 'will' destruction and death. Brunel realises that Morlar's power exists and that he is able to wreak havoc at will. The detective is desperate to stop the next tragedy, but can he kill the nemesis? What if Morlar's body dies and his brain still lives?
Psychological thriller about a telekinetic novelist (Richard Burton) who causes disasters simply by thinking about them.
A terrifying story of a man who possesses an appalling power control over life and death. John Morlar (Richard Burton) is savagely attacked in his London flat and Detective Brunel (Lino Ventura), who is assigned to the case, is led to Morlar's doctor, Zonfeld (Lee Remick).
War and Peace is a commendable attempt to boil down Tolstoy's long, difficult novel into 208 minutes' screen time. In recreating the the social and personal upheavals attending Napoleon's 1812 invasion of Russia, $6 million was shelled out by coproducers Carlo Ponti, Dino de Laurentiis and Paramount Pictures. Some of the panoramic battle sequences are so expertly handled by second-unit director Mario Soldati that they appear to be Technicolor-and-Vistavision newsreel footage of the actual events. Still, the film falters dramatically, principally because of a lumpy script and King Vidor's surprisingly lustreless direction. In addition, the casting is wildly consistent: for example, while Audrey Hepburn is flawless as Natasha, Henry Fonda is far too "Yankeefied" as the introspective Pierre. Proving too long and unwieldy for most audiences, War and Peace died at the box office; far more successful was the epic, scrupulously faithful 1968 version, filmed in the Soviet Union.
The personal stories of many characters, love affairs and philosophies are woven throughout this massive and intricate tapestry of Russia during Napoleon's invasion at the turn of the 19th century. With great attention to detail and historical accuracy, this epic film becomes an unforgettable document as well as a highly involving drama.
Susan Cushing asks Holmes' help in solving the disappearance of her sister Mary Browner, but it doesn't seem Holmes' type of case until he is told of a Christmas present's grisly contents.
Sherlock Holmes has disappeared into the Highlands, while Mycroft investigates the theft of the Mazarin diamond and Watson suspects a trap in an offer of $5 million to a former professor if he can find a third man surnamed Garrideb.
A nervous landlady brings a mysterious boarder to Holmes' attention, leading to a secret society and the efforts of a young couple to escape their past.
Sherlock Holmes and his brother Mycroft investigate the murder of an amanuensis who clutches a pince-nez and whose last words were, "The professor--it was she."
A man dies of a mysterious tropical disease on which his cousin, his heir, is the sole authority.
A dead young man's affair with a beautiful widow brings odd, dangerous events to his grandmother's house.
Plans for a secret submarine are found in the pocket of a young man brutally murdered on a railway line leading from the underground. Co-stars Charles Gray as Mycroft Holmes.
Mr. Scott Eccles, a guest of Mr. Aloysius Garcia of Wisteria Lodge, awakens to find his host, the footman and the cook all had vanished in the night! Holmes and Watson enter into one of the most baffling and intriguing cases of their careers when a foreign tyrant, an English governess and an unorthodox police inspector lead them on a wild goose chase, that starts with murder.
A highly prized racehorse disappears on the eve of a big race.
Winner of a Mystery Writers of America Award 1989
When Watson insists Holmes take a vacation in a small Cornish village, he spends his holiday unraveling the mysterious death of a young woman.
Busts of Napoleon are being found smashed to bits all over London. Holmes and Watson are asked to investigate the bizarre events, and a murder that may be related. Is it the work of a madman who still harbors hatred for the dead emperor, or perhaps the work of the Mafia? The case takes the famous sleuth on a chase to find a killer, and to solve the mystery before all six Napoleon statues are destroyed.
The son of the wealthy Duke of Holdernesse is kidnapped from his preparatory school. Holmes and Watson are asked to investigate, but the trail is cold and the boy seems to have vanished. A search of the surrounding moor uncovers surprising evidence that leads the famous sleuth to the trail of the missing boy, and a murderer.
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