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Cash On Demand (1961) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Give This Christmas Tight opening to the well-received Hammer Films’ production, based on an episode of the British TV anthology series Theatre 70, not released in the UK until December, 1963, but with a holiday setting an a twist on Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, Cash On Demand, 1961, starring Peter Cushing and Andrè Morell.
Cash On Demand (1961) -- (Movie Clip) One Of The Few Dignified Businesses We’ve just been meeting the staff of a provincial English branch bank, two days before Christmas, when their oppressive manager (Peter Cushing as Fordyce) arrives, taking bites out of Miss Pringle, Pearson, and Sanderson (Edith Sharpe, Richard Vernon, Norman Bird), a little kinder to Peter and Sally (Barry Lowe, Lois Daine), early in Hammer Films’ Cash On Demand, 1961.
Cash On Demand (1961) -- (Movie Clip) You Look Ridiculous Only uptight manager Fordyce (Peter Cushing) knows that Col. Gore-Hepburn (Andrè Morell) is really a suave robber holding his family hostage while posing as an inspector from the bank’s security firm, so beleaguered staffers Harvill, Pearson and Sanderson (Barry Lowe, Richard Vernon, Norman Bird) exhibit some team spirit, in Hammer Films’ much-praised Cash On Demand, 1961.
Cash On Demand (1961) -- (Movie Clip) Someone Of Consequence Wholly new character (Andrè Morell as Col. Gore-Hepburn) pulls up outside our Haversham, England bank branch, meeting first Harvill (Barry Lowe), then chief clerk Pearson (Richard Vernon), who’s already in a job-threatening pre-Christmas conflict with fastidious manager Fordyce (Peter Cushing), early in Hammer Films’ Cash On Demand, 1961.
And Then There Were None (1945) -- (Movie Clip) The Place For Nursery Rhymes Director Rene Clair is still cycling through Agatha Christie's ten island guests, Walter Huston and Barry Fitzgerald, Mischa Auer on the piano, Richard Haydn playing the record, when the gimmick is revealed, to C. Aubrey Smith, Judith Anderson, June Duprez, Louis Hayward, Roland Young and Queenie Leonard, early in And Then There Were None, 1945.
And Then There Were None (1945) -- (Movie Clip) What A Quiet Place Director Rene Clair wastes not a word introducing Agatha Christie's characters, Louis Hayward, June Duprez, Walter Huston, Barry Fitzgerald, C. Aubrey Smith, Roland Young, Judith Anderson, Mischa Auer and Harry Thurston joining Queenie Leonard and Richard Haydn on the island, opening And Then There Were None, 1945.
Molly And Me (1945) -- (Movie Clip) I Do Hope Your Ladyship Approves From the top, English superstar Gracie Fields as the title character, eager to disguise the theatrical boarding house she runs, Queenie Leonard and Edith Barrett her compatriots, Natalie Schafer (from Gillian’s Island) visiting, in Molly And Me, 1945, with Monty Woolley and Roddy McDowall.