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, 1h55Réalisé par John Heyman
, Peter Sykes
, John KrishOrigine Etats-UnisGenres Drame
, HistoriqueThèmes Afrique post-coloniale
, La bible
, Représentation de Jésus Christ
, La virginitéActeurs Brian Deacon
, Yosef Shiloach
, Alexander Scourby
, Richard Kiley
, Eli Danker
, Mosko AlkalaiNote
71% La vie de Jésus Christ en suivant principalement l'évangile de Luc de la Bible.
Réalisé par John KrishOrigine Royaume-uniGenres Thriller
, ActionThèmes Transport
, Le train
, Documentaire sur les technologiesActeurs Don Henderson
, Yolande Palfrey
, Jeremy WilkinNote
71% The film begins with a headmaster's voice telling a large group of children he knows they have been playing on the railway with a young boy sitting on a railway bridge wall. As he ponders on his thoughts, he considers the idea of holding a school Sports Day-style event on the railway line. The rest of the film shows his imagined idea of what would happen, with children being split into four competitive teams to take part in different activities often carried out by young people trespassing on the railway. Three "games" are held, in which the children are challenged to break through the fence surrounding the railway line, play "chicken" with the trains and throw things at passing trains. Each time we see the tragic consequences of these activities, such as one scene where a driver's face is shredded by broken glass after a child throws a brick through the train window. The final task is for the children to run through a tunnel, but after they enter, we see a train approaching. Only four children cross the end of the tunnel, each of them injured terribly. One boy who crosses the finish line collapses as the overhead speaker announces the final results. The film finishes as a group of adults appear and go into the tunnel to carry out the bodies of the dead and injured children, which are then laid out in a long line along the railway track. The camera pans out to show all the dead and bloodied children along the track before returning to the boy sitting on the railway bridge wall, who seems to be reconsidering the idea.
, 1h18Réalisé par John KrishOrigine Royaume-uniGenres Science-fictionActeurs John Neville
, Philip Stone
, Patrick Newell
, Jean Marsh
, Warren MitchellNote
64% Dr. Mark Davidson (John Neville), the narrator, is in fear for his life. His predecessor died under mysterious circumstances just after making a major breakthrough. The cause of death ("an explosion inside his brain") is being withheld by Secret Service agent Major Clarke (Patrick Newell). The scientists are working on a project involving spaceflight by the power of mental concentration.
, 1h53Réalisé par John KrishOrigine Royaume-uniGenres MusicalThèmes MusiqueActeurs Robin Phillips
, Colin Blakely
, Michael Elwyn
, Kenneth Griffith
, Donald Wolfit
, Leo McKernNote
59% Paul Pennyfeather 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. On staff at the school are an assortment of distasteful screwballs; Mr. Prendergast (Robert Harris) is a withdrawn former clergyman; Captain Grimes is a one-legged two-timer with his eye on Fagan's daughter, Flossie; and Soloman Philbrick is an undercover criminal posing as Fagan's butler.
, 1h10Réalisé par John KrishOrigine Royaume-uniGenres GuerreThèmes Films pour enfantsActeurs John Bardon
, Edward BurnhamNote
66% Two young boys, played by John Holmes and Mark Luxford, arrive from London to the countryside by train: they are evacuees from the Blitz. Arriving in an unfamiliar village, they are taken in by a kindly dairy farmer, and soon become familiar with country life. Between lending a hand on the farm and attending the one-room village school, they spend their days exploring the fields and woods of the area, and thoroughly enjoying themselves. Then one night, there is a bombing raid near the village and the boys witness a German bomber come down. They try to tell the locals, but a search finds no evidence of a downed plane, and the boys are in trouble for wasting the police and the armed services’ time (the plane had actually come down in the local pond and sunk out of sight).