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Donald Wolfit
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Total Titles at Criticker: 22 - You've Seen 0

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Titles You Haven't Rated (22)
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Decline and Fall of a Bird Watcher (1968)
In this feather-weight version of Evelyn Waugh's novel Decline and Fall, Paul Pennyfeather (Robin Phillips) is an Oxford divinity student who finds himself expelled after a gang of drunken freshmen remove his pants and he is accused of exposing himself to a girl. Looking for work, he retains the services of an unsavory employment agency that secures a position for him at a sleazy Welsh boarding school for boys, presided over by the colorful Dr. Fagan (Donald Wolfit). (allmovie.com)
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90 Degrees in the Shade (1965)
A respected grocery shop employee in Prague is covering up for her manager's misconduct with whom she is having an affair; however, things will get complicated when a thorough auditor pays a visit. (imdb)
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Becket (1964)
An English king comes to terms with his affection for his close friend and confidant, who finds his true honor by observing God's divine will rather than the king's. (imdb)
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Lawrence of Arabia (1962)
Epic rumination on a flamboyant and controversial British military figure and his conflicted loyalties during wartime service.(imdb)
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Dr. Crippen (1962)
The real-life story of Dr. Hawley Harvey Crippen, who was hanged in London in 1910 for poisoning his wife so he could be with his young lover. But was he truly guilty of murder? (imdb)
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The Mark (1961)
A man who served prison time for intent to molest a child tries to build a new life with the help of a sympathetic psychiatrist. (imdb)
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The Angry Hills (1959)
In 1941 an American journalist in Greece is given a secret list of collaborators. He is helped by the Greek resistance as he is pursued across the country by the Nazis. (1959)
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The House of the Seven Hawks (1959)
A ship's captain gets mixed up with murder during the hunt for lost Nazi treasure. (TCM.com)
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Room at the Top (1959)
The English factory town is dreary but Joe Lampton has landed a job with a future. To have something to do at night he joins a theatrical group. His boss's daughter Susan is playing ingenue roles on stage and in real life. She is attracted to Joe and Joe thinks about how much faster he will get ahead if he is the boss's son-in-law... (imdb)
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Blood of the Vampire (1958)
A man and wife are terrorized by Mad Scientist Dr. Callistratus who was executed but has returned to life with a heart transplant. Along with his crippled assistant Carl, the 'anemic' Mad Scientist, believed to be a vampire, conducts blood deficiency research on the inmates of a prison hospital for the criminally insane to sustain his return to life. (imdb)
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The Accursed (1957)
A German Jewish doctor, who is a former resistance fighter against the Nazis during the war, attends an annual reunion at the home of a former British officer. However, when he discovers that many of his former compatriots have mysteriously died, he begins to suspect that one of the "resistance" fighters may in fact have been a Nazi agent who is now trying to eliminate all the members of the unit. (imdb)
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Satellite in the Sky (1956)
The British launch the world's first orbital vehicle. Their military sends a super-bomb along, which goes wrong and threatens the crew and a stowaway. (imdb)
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The Man in the Road (1956)
Communist agents trail an important scientist to try to steal his top-secret new formula. (imdb)
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Svengali (1954)
A genius hypnotizes an artist's model into becoming a great concert singer.
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In Edwardian England, a boozy wastrel buys a bicycle shop in order to impress an American heiress who's in love with his nephew. (Netflix)
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The Pickwick Papers (1952)
The Pickwick Club sends Mr. Pickwick and a group of friends to travel across England and to report back on the interesting things they find. In the course of their travels, they repeatedly encounter the friendly but disreputable Mr. Jingle, who becomes a continual source of trouble for all who know him. Pickwick himself is the victim of a number of misunderstandings that bring him both embarrassment and problems with the law. (imdb)
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Calling the Tune (1936)
Calling the Tune offers a fascinating look at the fledgeling gramophone industry as it tries to solve the problems of reliable recording and production methods. 'I predict that the gramophone will be the democratic entertainment of the future' states unscrupulous record label boss Mr Gordon (Sam Livesey), who finally gets his comeuppance after one dirty trick too far against his rivals.
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The Silent Passenger (1935)
A really well made British murder mystery. Story opens with a dead body found in a trunk. Who's the cold-blooded killer? (imdb)
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Hyde Park Corner (1935)
In this British farce, a legendary duel is destined to be repeated in an old house at Hyde Park Corner when the two descendants of the original combatants mysteriously reconvene. Based on Walter Hackett's play. (imdb)
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Drake of England (1935)
Imposing Canadian-born stage actor and playwright Matherson Lang in Drake of England, one of his final films, he takes the title role in Arthur Woods' portrayal of the life and times of the flamboyant piratical adventurer who founded Britain's sea fortunes. From clandestine romance at the court of Elizabeth I to conquests in the newly discovered lands of South America and spectacular victory over the Armada, Drake of England offers a panoramic overview of Drake's life.
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Checkmate (1935)
An under-cover detective lodges with a family as he tries to foil a gang of jewellery thieves.
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Death at Broadcasting House (1934)
Originally released in 1934 as Death at Broadcasting House, this musty British whodunit was distributed in the US in 1941 to cash in on the Hollywood-engendered popularity of its star, Ian Hunter. Set in a BBC radio studio, the story gets under way when a much-despised airwaves personality is murdered in the middle of a live broadcast. Scotland Yard inspector Gregory (Ian Hunter) shows up to piece together the clues and sift through the suspects. (allmovie.com)
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