and he isn’t planning to slow down anytime soon.

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Don't miss him LIVE at the Paramount!

I am probably mis-categorizing this in the Comedy section, I think it's more a drama, but it is in better company with the other smut here and most of these aren't funny either. The last of Mary Millington's starring roles before she ended it all, although death wouldn't stop the exploitation by recycling for years to come, such as Mary Millington's World Striptease Extravaganza etc. I can't find the real name for the Bangkok foreign accompaniment, it may be again or something entirely different. I have found links for a 1979 Chinese Film called Massage Girls in B'kok from Minicat Productions, because enquiring minds want to know this stuff...

But when private eye Sam Spade (Humphrey Bogart) gets involved, the stakes shift dramatically.

And, of course, Sydney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre, and Elisha Cook, Jr.

Infamous, but I just found it boring, settling into a pretty one dimensional routine. Still, a Hammer movie and a milestone one way or another. I'll 'ave an'alf. A close look at the cut out head of shows that it is in fact the same one used for , that's recycling for you...

Nobody can toss off Sam Spade's sneering tough-guy wisecracks like Bogart.

What, no Liz Fraser in the poster? After they went to all that trouble on an upgrade for Mavis, shame...Since most of the action in the TV series took place in the Church Hall, you would think they would have used the resources of Movie Money better. As with a lot of TV to Movie attempts, you lose a lot of the character in the translation.

What actress other than Mary Astor as the conniving Brigid O'Shaughnessy could lie so seductively?


Clifton Webb * Jeanne Crain * Myrna Loy

Anupam Kher is one of India’s most prominent actors. He has performed in over 100 plays and has been featured in over 500 films. Besides working in Hindi films, he has appeared in many acclaimed international films such as the Golden Globe nominated Bend It Like Beckham, Ang Lee's Venice Film Fesitval’s Golden Lion-winning film Lust, and David O. Russell's Oscar-winning Silver Linings Playbook.

I had no idea this was based on a true story...

Not a big fan of the cheeky floating head style of poster but I am sure there is a place on the internet for the niche porn look of Vera Day in boxing gloves and over-tensioned wonderbra.

Yvone DeCarlo * Peter Ustinov * David Tomlinson

Earlier this year, Kher co-starred in The Headhunter’s Calling, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival, opposite Gerard Butler, Willem Dafoe and Alfred Molina. Currently, Kher can be seen in Netflix’s international series, Sense8, created by the Wachowski’s. Season two will premiere in May 2017. Most recently, Kher stars in The Big Sick opposite Kumail Nanjiani, Ray Romano, Holly Hunter with Judd Apatow producing and Michael Showalter directing. The film was the 2017 Sundance Film Festival standout and one of the biggest sales of the festival. It will be released in theaters on July 14th, 2017. Just last month Kher wrapped Hotel Mumbai opposite Dev Patel, based on the real-life devastating 2008 Mumbai attacks. The film is being produced by Thunder Road, Arclight Films, and The Weinstein Co.

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I like the imitation Art Nouveau Folies Bergère image, I believe Maurice Chevalier had actually been a performer there, you wouldn't think he had the legs for it would you? I haven't seen it but it is allegedly a comedy, in that way that musicals are. Here because you just don't to get to see posters with these names on them very often any more.

Tom Ewell * Sheree North * Rita Moreno

ADEEL AKHTAR (Naveed) has worked predominantly in television and film, his credits include the acclaimed indie film Four Lions playing the memorable hapless character 'Fessal', he also featured as Smee in Pan directed by Joe Wright. Other films include The Dictator with Sacha Baron-Cohen, War Book directed by Tom Harper and British indie comedy Convenience.