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Brighton Rock (1947): Continuity script
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directed by John Boulting, 1913-1985; produced by Roy Boulting, 1913-2001, Charter Film Productions; performed by Lord Richard Attenborough, 1923-2014, Hermione Baddeley, 1906-1986 and William Hartnell, 1908-1975 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1947), 128 page(s)
Adapted from Graham Greene's iconic 1939 novel, Brighton Rock charts the headlong fall of Pinkie, a razor-wielding disadvantaged teenager hell bent on clawing his way up through the ranks of organized crime. At the heart of the story is the anti-hero Pinkie's relationship with Rose - an apparently innocent young w...
directed by John Boulting, 1913-1985; produced by Roy Boulting, 1913-2001, Charter Film Productions; performed by Lord Richard Attenborough, 1923-2014, Hermione Baddeley, 1906-1986 and William Hartnell, 1908-1975 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1947), 128 page(s)
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Captive Heart (1946): Shooting script
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directed by Basil Dearden, 1911-1971; produced by Sir Michael Balcon, 1896-1977, Ealing Studios; performed by Sir Michael Redgrave, 1908-1985, Rachel Kempson, 1910-2003 and Frederick Leister, 1885-1970 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1946), 256 page(s)
The Captive Heart is the story of a group of British Prisoners of War, captured after Dunkirk in 1940. Amongst them is a man known as Captain Geoffrey Mitchell – the identity of a dead man, which he has assumed after escaping from a concentration camp. To avoid exposure, he must correspond with the dead man’s...
directed by Basil Dearden, 1911-1971; produced by Sir Michael Balcon, 1896-1977, Ealing Studios; performed by Sir Michael Redgrave, 1908-1985, Rachel Kempson, 1910-2003 and Frederick Leister, 1885-1970 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1946), 256 page(s)
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Catch Us If You Can (1965): Continuity script
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directed by John Boorman, 1933-; produced by David Deutsch, 1926-1991, Bruton Film Productions; performed by Dave Clark, 1942-, Barbara Ferris, 1942- and David Lodge, 1921-2003 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1965), 168 page(s)
Boorman’s directorial debut, this 1960s cult classic stars Dave Clark as a stuntman who gives up the rat-race to see the real world. On his travels he picks up a pretty model who’s also sick of the humdrum, money driven world of advertising and decides to come along for the ride. On a sunny island they mix wit...
directed by John Boorman, 1933-; produced by David Deutsch, 1926-1991, Bruton Film Productions; performed by Dave Clark, 1942-, Barbara Ferris, 1942- and David Lodge, 1921-2003 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1965), 168 page(s)
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Champagne (1928): Continuity script
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directed by Sir Alfred Hitchcock, 1899-1980; produced by John Maxwell, fl. 1926-1933, British International Pictures; performed by Betty Balfour, 1903-1977, Jean Bradin, 1899-1969 and Ferdinand von Alten, 1885-1933 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1928), 88 page(s)
This comedy, directed by Alfred Hitchcock, features Betty Balfour, Jean Bradin, and Ferdinand von Alten.
directed by Sir Alfred Hitchcock, 1899-1980; produced by John Maxwell, fl. 1926-1933, British International Pictures; performed by Betty Balfour, 1903-1977, Jean Bradin, 1899-1969 and Ferdinand von Alten, 1885-1933 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1928), 88 page(s)
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Comfort And Joy (1984): Continuity script
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directed by Bill Forsyth, 1946-; produced by Davina Belling, 1940- and Clive Parsons, 1942-2009, Kings Road Entertainment; performed by Bill Paterson, 1945-, Eleanor David, 1956- and Clare Grogan, 1962- (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1984), 165 page(s)
This comedy, directed by Bill Forsyth, features Bill Paterson, Eleanor David, and Clare Grogan.
directed by Bill Forsyth, 1946-; produced by Davina Belling, 1940- and Clive Parsons, 1942-2009, Kings Road Entertainment; performed by Bill Paterson, 1945-, Eleanor David, 1956- and Clare Grogan, 1962- (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1984), 165 page(s)
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Convoy (1978): Continuity script
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directed by Sam Peckinpah, 1925-1984; produced by Robert M. Sherman, fl. 1973-1986, EMI Films; performed by Kris Kristofferson, 1936-, Ali MacGraw, 1939- and Ernest Borgnine, 1917-2012 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1978), 375 page(s)
Hugely popular escapist fare from veteran director Sam Peckinpah (The Wild Bunch, The Getaway), Convoy was inspired by C.W. McCall’s hit song of the same name. Building on the late 70s appeal of the CB radio, the film focuses on a group of truckers who form a convoy under the leadership of Martin Penwaild, AKA ..
directed by Sam Peckinpah, 1925-1984; produced by Robert M. Sherman, fl. 1973-1986, EMI Films; performed by Kris Kristofferson, 1936-, Ali MacGraw, 1939- and Ernest Borgnine, 1917-2012 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1978), 375 page(s)
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Cross Creek (1983): Continuity script
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directed by Martin Ritt, 1914-1990; produced by Martin Ritt, 1914-1990 and Robert B. Radniz, 1924-2010, Universal Pictures Company and Thorn EMI Screen Entertainment; performed by Mary Steenburgen, 1953-, Rip Torn, 1931-2019 and Peter Coyote, 1941- (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1983), 84 page(s)
This film, directed by Martin Ritt, features Mary Steenburgen, Rip Torn, and Peter Coyote.
directed by Martin Ritt, 1914-1990; produced by Martin Ritt, 1914-1990 and Robert B. Radniz, 1924-2010, Universal Pictures Company and Thorn EMI Screen Entertainment; performed by Mary Steenburgen, 1953-, Rip Torn, 1931-2019 and Peter Coyote, 1941- (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1983), 84 page(s)
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Cross Of Iron (1977): Continuity script
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directed by Sam Peckinpah, 1925-1984; produced by Wolf C. Hartwig, 1921-, Anglo-EMI Productions, Rapid Film and Terra-Filmkunst; performed by James Coburn, 1928-2002, Maximilian Schell, 1930-2014 and James Mason, 1909-1984 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1977), 421 page(s)
A squad of German soldiers fighting on the Eastern Front during WWII, led by a battle-hardened corporal, fight to survive Soviet attacks and dogmatic commanders in a chaotic and lethal environment. A brilliant war movie from the inimitable Sam Peckinpah, director of The Wild Bunch, and starring James Coburn (The G...
directed by Sam Peckinpah, 1925-1984; produced by Wolf C. Hartwig, 1921-, Anglo-EMI Productions, Rapid Film and Terra-Filmkunst; performed by James Coburn, 1928-2002, Maximilian Schell, 1930-2014 and James Mason, 1909-1984 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1977), 421 page(s)
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Cruel Sea (1953): Continuity script
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directed by Charles Frend, 1909-1977; produced by Leslie Norman, 1911-1993, Ealing Studios; performed by Jack Hawkins, 1910-1973, Sir Donald Sinden, 1923-2014 and John Stratton, 1925-1991 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1953), 48 page(s)
Commander Ericson is made captain of the Corvette Compass Rose, a small escort vessel used to guide and protect convoys travelling through the Atlantic. Ericson is thrown into a life and death dilemma which forces him to choose between destroying an enemy ship and sparing the lives of his own men. Ealing breaks fr...
directed by Charles Frend, 1909-1977; produced by Leslie Norman, 1911-1993, Ealing Studios; performed by Jack Hawkins, 1910-1973, Sir Donald Sinden, 1923-2014 and John Stratton, 1925-1991 (London, England: Studio Canal, 2015, first release 1953), 48 page(s)
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Dancer in the Dark (2000): Final Script
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(1999); directed by Lars von Trier, 1956-; produced by Vibeke Windelov, 1950-, Zentropa Entertainments, Trust Film Svenska, Film i Väst, Liberator Productions and Memfis Film AB; performed by Björk, 1965-, Catherine Deneuve, 1943-, David Morse, 1953-, Peter Stormare, 1953- and Joel Grey, 1932- (Hvidovre, Capital Region (Denmark): Zentropa Entertainments, 1999, originally published 1999, first release 2000), 128 page(s)
Selma (Björk) is a Czech immigrant who has settled in an American village. She is a single mother in an American provincial town and works hard in the factory to save up for the eye surgery that is needed for her son to not also lose his sight. He suffers from the same eye disease, which she has and is now in se...
(1999); directed by Lars von Trier, 1956-; produced by Vibeke Windelov, 1950-, Zentropa Entertainments, Trust Film Svenska, Film i Väst, Liberator Productions and Memfis Film AB; performed by Björk, 1965-, Catherine Deneuve, 1943-, David Morse, 1953-, Peter Stormare, 1953- and Joel Grey, 1932- (Hvidovre, Capital Region (Denmark): Zentropa Entertainments, 1999, originally published 1999, first release 2000), 128 page(s)
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