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Place Of One's Own, A (1945) -- (Movie Clip) It's Rude To Stare Invited to meet their new neighbors the Smedhursts (James Mason, Barabara Mullen), the Manning-Tutthorns (Helen Haye, Michael Shepley) have brought nephew Robert (Dennis Price), who is dazzled by their hired companion Annette (Margaret Lockwood), in the ghost story A Place Of One's Own, 1945.
Place Of One's Own, A (1945) -- (Movie Clip) You'll Never Convince A Man We've just met the Smedhursts (Barbara Mullen, and James Mason playing elderly), retired to a long-vacant house they've bought in the English Midlands, and here we meet Annette (Margaret Lockwood), hiring on as a companion, in the Gainsborough Pictures ghost story A Place Of One's Own, 1945.
Crown V. Stevens (1936) -- (Movie Clip) No Harm In Saying Hello Director Michael Powell's opening, leading man Patric Knowles as "Chris," Mabel Poulton as "Mamie" and Billy Watts as leering "Joe," from one of what the director called his "quota quickies" made for the Warner Bros' subsidiary Teddington Studios, Crown V. Stevens, 1936.
Crown V. Stevens (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Char Woman Found Him Innocent Chris (Patric Knowles) is about to seek mercy from a Notting Hill money lender whom he is surprised to find dead, as-yet nameless Doris (Beatrix Thomson) hefting the smoking gun, police (Bernard Miles supporting Allan Jeayes) investigating afterward, in director Michael Powell's Crown V. Stevens, 1936.
Crown V. Stevens (1936) -- (Movie Clip) Any Man You Wanted Some noteworthy choices by director Michael Powell, as unhappy wife Doris (Beatrix Thomson), whom we know has committed a maybe-justified murder, receives old chorus-line pal Ella (Googie Withers), Davina Craig and Frederick Piper her maid and husband, in the low-budget Crown V. Stevens, 1936.
Prime Minister, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) Foppish Young Novelist Most of the prologue and the opening scene with John Gielgud, as advertised, in a most uncharacteristic prissy tone, as the young-ish Benjamin Disraeli, meeting the unsuspecting widow Wyndham Lewis (Diana Wynyard), in director Thorold Dickinson's The Prime Minister, 1942.
Prime Minister, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) You Will Hear Me! Observed by his smitten sponsor, the widow Wyndham Lewis (Diana Wynyard), the snobby yet radical Disraeli (John Gielgud) rises for his first speech in Parliament, 1837, rival Gladstone (Stephen Murray) smirking, early in director Thorold Dickinson's The Prime Minister, 1942.
Prime Minister, The (1942) -- (Movie Clip) This Silly Dance The widow Mrs. Wyndham Lewis (Diana Wynyard), received by host Count D'Orsay (Anthony Ireland), hopes to end her brief estrangement from her pet politician Disraeli (John Gielgud), who is surrendered by the understanding Lady Blessington (Vera Bogetti), in The Prime Minister, 1942.
Carry On Constable -- (Movie Clip) Shocking Bad Luck Wilkins (Sid James) with Moon (Hattie Jacques) and Thurston (Cyril Chamberlain) handling unrest at the station as new recruits Potter (Leslie Phillips), Benson (Kenneth Williams) and Charlie (Kenneth Connor) approach, early in Carry On Constable, 1961.
Carry On Constable -- (Movie Clip) In Conjunction With Uranus Potter (Leslie Phillips) pursuing Harrison (Jill Adams), Charlie (Kenneth Connor) insulted by Benson (Leslie Phillips), who then encounters bumbling Gorse (Chales Hawtrey) on patrol, in Carry On Constable 1961.
Contraband (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Put Me In Irons Opening scenes on board a Danish merchant vessel, passenger Mrs. Sorensen (Valerie Hobson) refusing her life jacket, Captain Andersen (Conrad Veidt) correcting her, in the second Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger collaboration, Contraband, 1940.
Contraband (1940) -- (Movie Clip) Come On, Mata Hari! Danish merchant captain Andersen (Conrad Veidt) sneaking ashore with aide (Hay Petrie), pursuing passengers Pidgeon (Esmond Knight) and Mrs. Sorensen (Valerie Hobson) who have snatched his shore passes for England, early in Powell and Pressburger's Contraband, 1940.