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Gandhi (1982) -- (Movie Clip) I Thought You'd Be Bigger South Africa circa 1913, priest Charles Freer Andrews (Ian Charleson) introduces himself to Indian lawyer Mohandas Gandhi (Ben Kingsley), whereupon they meet thug Colin (Daniel Day-Lewis, not a historical figure) in Gandhi, 1982.
Saturday Night And Sunday Morning (1961) -- (Movie Clip) Every Minute God Sends The de-facto debut of Albert Finney, at work in the Raleigh Bicycle Works in Nottingham, a landmark in the British "Angry Young Man" movement, opening Saturday Night And Sunday Morning, 1961, directed by Karel Reisz from Alan Sillitoe's novel and screenplay.
Saturday Night And Sunday Morning -- (Movie Clip) Not On Back Row Working class drinking-man Arthur (Albert Finney) joins pal Bert (Norman Rossington) and his mum (Edna Morris) at the bar, soon meeting alluring Doreen (Shirley Anne Field), in Saturday Night And Sunday Morning, 1961, directed by Karel Reisz.
Chariots Of Fire (1981) -- (Movie Clip) A Muscular Christian Ian Charleson as Scot Eric Liddell, encouraged by his missionary father and brother (John Young, David John) to pursue athletics for the greater good, touring with his devoted sister (Cheryl Campbell), ending with a speech written by the actor, in director Hugh Hudson’s Chariots Of Fire, 1981.
Chariots Of Fire (1981) -- (Movie Clip) May The Best Man Win After much build-up, the fictional first competitive meeting between between the missionary-athlete Eric Liddell (Ian Charleson), arriving from Scotland, and Cambridge man Harold Abrahams (Ben Cross, with friends, Nicholas Farrell, Nigel Havers), in Chariots Of Fire, 1981.
Chariots Of Fire (1981) -- (Movie Clip) Scotland's Finest Wing Beginning the back-story for Eric Liddell (Ian Charleson), born to missionary parents in China, already a rugby star in Scotland, appearing at a highland fair, his sister (Cheryl Campbell) attending and friend Sandy (Struan Rodger) promoting an exhibition, in Chariots Of Fire, 1981.
Chariots Of Fire (1981) -- (Movie Clip) Those Few Young Men The opening from director Hugh Hudson, Nigel Havers and Nicholas Farrell as the matured Lindsay and Montague, then the beach sequence, shot in Scotland, featuring leads Ben Cross and Ian Charleson, and the much-lauded theme by Vangelis, from Chariots Of Fire, 1981.
Xala (1975) -- (Movie Clip) And Straddle A Pestle? The first two wives (Seune Samb, Younouss Seye) of the hero (Thierno Leye) chat during the preliminaries before he marries a third (Myriam Niang), her mother pushing a tribal potency practice, in Senegalese novelist and film-maker Ousmane Sembene's award-winning political comedy Xala, 1975.
Xala (1975) -- (Movie Clip) Our Indepencence Is Complete Almost cruel comedy, the Senegalese writer and director Ousmane Sembene using his native country as a nameless African state, as locals led by Kebe (Makhouredia Gueye) gently oust colonial officials, opening the internationally acclaimed Xala, 1975.
Xala (1975) -- (Movie Clip) This Box Is Full Of Gold The new local officials, bought-off by their colonial predecessors and switched to Western garb, followed by the opening credits, then the mother whose daughter will become the hero's third wife, bragging, from Senegalese writer-director Ousmane Sembene's Xala, 1975.