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Awards

1986 BAFTA Winner: Best Actress in A Passage to India
1986 Unknown Winner: Best Actress in A Passage to India
1986 Unknown Winner: Best Actress in A Passage to India
1985 Oscar Winner: Best Supporting Actress in A Passage to India
1985 Unknown Winner: Best Supporting Actress in A Passage to India
1985 Unknown Winner: Best Supporting Actress in A Passage to India
1990 BAFTA Nominee: Best Supporting Actress in Madame Sousatzka
1990 Unknown Nominee: Best Supporting Actress in Madame Sousatzka
1960 BAFTA Nominee: Best Actress in The Nun's Story
1960 Unknown Nominee: Best Actress in The Nun's Story
1960 Unknown Nominee: Best Actress in The Nun's Story

Peggy Ashcroft

Legendary thespian Peggy Ashcroft was born Dec. 22, 1907, in Croyden, England. Noted for her prolific theatrical oeuvre, she made her stage debut in 1926 as part of the Birmingham Repertory Company and was often cast opposite John Gielgud.

Ashcroft debuted on celluloid in The Wandering Jew (1933) and played a minor role in 1935's The 39 Steps (directed by Alfred Hitchcock). Though her film appearances were sporadic, Ashcroft's memorable movie credits include The Nun's Story (1959), Secret Ceremony (1968) and Sunday Bloody Sunday (1971).

In 1984, the esteemed British actress starred in the critically hailed TV miniseries "The Jewel in the Crown," while her first-rate supporting turn in A Passage to India resulted in an Oscar and a Golden Globe Award. Ashcroft died from a stroke June 14, 1991.

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Madame Sousatzka  1988  3.5 ★ 121 mins Drama Rated: PG-13
While living in London, a Bengali immigrant (Shabana Azmi) strives to support the talents of her piano-playing child prodigy (Navin Chowdhry). Her search for a teacher to hone her son's gift leads to the Russian-born Madame Sousatzka (Shirley MacLaine, in a Golden Globe-winning performance), a woman who demands total commitment. When Sousatzka insists that her new pupil live his life in a "proper" manner, major conflicts arise between the two.


Madame Sousatzka Nominated For/Won Awards 1988  3.4 ★ 121 mins Dramas Rated: PG-13  until 01-Jan-2025 
While living in London, a Bengali immigrant (Shabana Azmi) strives to support the talents of her piano-playing child prodigy (Navin Chowdhry). Her search for a teacher to hone her son's gift leads to the Russian-born Madame Sousatzka (Shirley MacLaine, in a Golden Globe-winning performance), a woman who demands total commitment. When Sousatzka insists that her new pupil live his life in a "proper" manner, major conflicts arise between the two.


John Le Carre's A Perfect Spy  1987  3.2 ★ 390 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
Based on expert storyteller John le Carré's best-selling -- and perhaps most personal -- novel, this riveting BBC miniseries sketches out the underpinnings of master British spy Magnus Pym (Peter Egan). Dodging the thrusts of murderous enemies, Pym must delve into the past to discover who he really is. Filmed in Vienna, the Czech Republic, England and the United States, this faithful adaptation co-stars Peggy Ashcroft and Alan Howard.


John Le Carre's A Perfect Spy  1987  3.2 ★ 390 mins Television
Based on expert storyteller John le Carré's best-selling -- and perhaps most personal -- novel, this riveting BBC miniseries sketches out the underpinnings of master British spy Magnus Pym (Peter Egan). Dodging the thrusts of murderous enemies, Pym must delve into the past to discover who he really is. Filmed in Vienna, the Czech Republic, England and the United States, this faithful adaptation co-stars Peggy Ashcroft and Alan Howard.


John Le Carre's A Perfect Spy: Disc 2  1987 112 mins Television
This disc includes episodes 4 and 5.


John Le Carre's A Perfect Spy: Disc 3  1987 113 mins Television
This disc includes episodes 6 and 7.


John Le Carre's A Perfect Spy: Disc 1  1987 165 mins Television Rated: PG
This disc includes episodes 1-3.


John Le Carre's A Perfect Spy: Disc 2  1987 112 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes episodes 4 and 5.


John Le Carre's A Perfect Spy: Disc 3  1987 113 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes episodes 6 and 7.


John Le Carre's A Perfect Spy: Disc 1  1987 165 mins Television
This disc includes episodes 1-3.


Playing Shakespeare: Disc 1  1984 156 mins Special Interest Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Two Traditions," "Using the Verse" and "Language and Character."


Playing Shakespeare  1984  3.7 ★ Special Interest Rated: NR
Legendary director John Barton of the Royal Shakespeare Company leads these nine workshops filled with some of England's finest actors, who discuss how to interpret Shakespeare for contemporary audiences while remaining faithful to the text.


Playing Shakespeare  1984  3.8 ★ Special Interest Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Legendary director John Barton of the Royal Shakespeare Company leads these nine workshops filled with some of England's finest actors, who discuss how to interpret Shakespeare for contemporary audiences while remaining faithful to the text.


The Jewel in the Crown  1984  3.8 ★ 750 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
The passionate, turbulent and controversial love affair between a British-raised Indian man and an Englishwoman during the waning years of the British Raj is portrayed in this Masterpiece Theatre miniseries based on Paul Scott's novel &NFi;The Raj Quartet&NFi_;. Spanning 14 episodes shot in exotic locales in India and England, this exquisite human epic received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Limited Series and a Golden Globe for Best Miniseries.


The Jewel in the Crown: Disc 2  1984 188 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Incidents at a Wedding," "The Regimental Silver," "Ordeal By Fire" and " Daughters of the Regiment."


The Jewel in the Crown: Disc 3  1984 188 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Day of the Scorpion," "The Towers of Silence," "An Evening at the Maharanee's" and "Traveling Companions."


The Jewel in the Crown: Disc 4  1984 153 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Moghul Room," "Pandora's Box" and "The Division of the Spoils."


Playing Shakespeare  1984  3.8 ★ 477 mins Special Interest Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
Legendary director John Barton of the Royal Shakespeare Company leads these nine workshops filled with some of England's finest actors, who discuss how to interpret Shakespeare for contemporary audiences while remaining faithful to the text.


Playing Shakespeare: Set Speeches and Soliloquies  1984 Special Interest Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Understanding the underlying structure of long speeches and soliloquies helps the actor engage the audience in the character's thought processes.


Playing Shakespeare: Disc 1  1984 156 mins Special Interest Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Two Traditions," "Using the Verse" and "Language and Character."


Playing Shakespeare: Disc 2  1984 106 mins Special Interest Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Exploring a Character" and "Set Speeches and Soliloquy."


Playing Shakespeare: Disc 3  1984 106 mins Special Interest Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Irony and Ambiguity" and "Passion and Coolness."


Playing Shakespeare: Disc 4  1984 109 mins Special Interest Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Rehearsing the Text" and "Poetry and Hidden Poetry."


Playing Shakespeare  1984  3.8 ★ 477 mins Special Interest Rated: NR
Legendary director John Barton of the Royal Shakespeare Company leads these nine workshops filled with some of England's finest actors, who discuss how to interpret Shakespeare for contemporary audiences while remaining faithful to the text.


Playing Shakespeare: Passion and Coolness  1984 Special Interest Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
In many instances, Shakespeare expressed emotion and thought in the very same speech. How do actors balance the heart and the intellect?


Playing Shakespeare: Irony and Ambiguity  1984 Special Interest Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
How do actors identify ironic dialogue? How do they use it to reveal character? And how do they communicate it to the audience?


A Passage to India Nominated For/Won Awards 1984  3.5 ★ 164 mins Dramas Rated: PG RT:85%
Adventurous young Englishwoman Adela Quested (Judy Davis) journeys to colonial India with open-minded Mrs. Moore (Peggy Ashcroft). Ignoring English customs, the women accompany a "native" named Dr. Aziz on a tour of the Marabar Caves. The excursion turns ugly, however, when Adela emerges from the caves accusing Aziz of rape. British authorities urge Adela to press charges, but the truth isn't as obvious as the government believes it to be.


The Jewel in the Crown: Disc 1  1984 188 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Crossing the River," "The Bibighar Gardens" and "Questions of Loyalty."


The Jewel in the Crown: Disc 2  1984 188 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Incidents at a Wedding," "The Regimental Silver," "Ordeal By Fire" and " Daughters of the Regiment."


The Jewel in the Crown: Disc 3  1984 188 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Day of the Scorpion," "The Towers of Silence," "An Evening at the Maharanee's" and "Traveling Companions."


The Jewel in the Crown: Disc 4  1984 153 mins Television Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "The Moghul Room," "Pandora's Box" and "The Division of the Spoils."


The Jewel in the Crown  1984  3.8 ★ 750 mins Television
The passionate, turbulent and controversial love affair between a British-raised Indian man and an Englishwoman during the waning years of the British Raj is portrayed in this Masterpiece Theatre miniseries based on Paul Scott's novel &NFi;The Raj Quartet&NFi_;. Spanning 14 episodes shot in exotic locales in India and England, this exquisite human epic received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Limited Series and a Golden Globe for Best Miniseries.


Six Centuries of Verse  1984  2.9 ★ 410 mins Documentary Rated: NR
Academy Award winner John Gielgud hosts this educational series that presents a fascinating overview of poetry through the centuries. The emotions in each piece are brought to life with impeccable readings by a variety of masterful actors. Gielgud introduces each work, placing it in historical context and providing biographical information about authors ranging from Chaucer to Byron and Whitman, as well as more recent poets such as Dylan Thomas.


Playing Shakespeare: Language and Character  1984 Special Interest Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Barton and the company search for antitheses in the verse to reveal complexity of character, working to make dialogue seem fresh and spontaneous.


Playing Shakespeare: Using the Verse  1984 Special Interest Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
By varying the stresses contained in a line and using other poetic techniques, Shakespeare planted subtle clues for the actors playing a scene.


Playing Shakespeare: The Two Traditions  1984 Special Interest Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Shakespeare wrote for a performance style that differs from modern, "naturalistic" acting. Barton urges the actors to marry both traditions.


A Passage to India  1984  3.5 ★ 164 mins Drama Rated: PG
Adventurous young Englishwoman Adela Quested journeys to colonial India with open-minded Mrs. Moore. When the women accompany a "native" named Dr. Aziz on a tour of the Marabar Caves, the excursion turns ugly as Adela ends up accusing Aziz of rape.


Playing Shakespeare: Exploring a Character  1984 Special Interest Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Patrick Stewart and David Suchet demonstrate their approaches to one of Shakespeare's most fascinating characters: Shylock in The Merchant of Venice.


Playing Shakespeare: Rehearsing the Text  1984 Special Interest Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Without stage blocking, Barton and four actors explore Shakespeare's verse as they would in rehearsal, using a scene from Twelfth Night.


Playing Shakespeare: Disc 2  1984 106 mins Special Interest Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Exploring a Character" and "Set Speeches and Soliloquy."


The Jewel in the Crown: Disc 1  1984 188 mins Television
This disc includes the following episodes: "Crossing the River," "The Bibighar Gardens" and "Questions of Loyalty."


Playing Shakespeare: Disc 3  1984 106 mins Special Interest Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Irony and Ambiguity" and "Passion and Coolness."


Playing Shakespeare: Disc 4  1984 109 mins Special Interest Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes: "Rehearsing the Text" and "Poetry and Hidden Poetry."


Playing Shakespeare: Poetry and Hidden Poetry  1984 Special Interest Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
Barton examines the ways in which performance falls short of hopes, and members of the company reflect on styles of Shakespearean performance.


Six Centuries of Verse  1984  3.0 ★ 410 mins Documentaries Rated: NR
Academy Award winner John Gielgud hosts this educational series that presents a fascinating overview of poetry through the centuries. The emotions in each piece are brought to life with impeccable readings by a variety of masterful actors. Gielgud introduces each work, placing it in historical context and providing biographical information about authors ranging from Chaucer to Byron and Whitman, as well as more recent poets such as Dylan Thomas.


Little Eyolf  1982  2.3 ★ 95 mins Drama Rated: NR
Alfred and Rita Allmers (Anthony Hopkins and Diana Rigg) have been emotionally estranged since the accident that caused the paralysis of their 9-year-old son, Eyolf (Timothy Stark). The couple's tragedy only deepens when a mysterious woman (Peggy Ashcroft) appears and entrances the boy. The tumult that follows will test their marriage in ways they never expected. Charles Dance and Emma Piper co-star in this BBC production of Henrik Ibsen's play.


Little Eyolf  1982  2.3 ★ 95 mins Dramas Rated: NR
Alfred and Rita Allmers (Anthony Hopkins and Diana Rigg) have been emotionally estranged since the accident that caused the paralysis of their 9-year-old son, Eyolf (Timothy Stark). The couple's tragedy only deepens when a mysterious woman (Peggy Ashcroft) appears and entrances the boy. The tumult that follows will test their marriage in ways they never expected. Charles Dance and Emma Piper co-star in this BBC production of Henrik Ibsen's play.


Caught on a Train  1980  2.9 ★ 80 mins Dramas Rated: NR
British playwright Stephen Poliakoff's comical teleplay investigates Europe's changing social landscape via three strangers who meet on a train. Peter (Michael Kitchen), an English businessman on an overnight trip through Europe, shares a compartment with a beautiful American woman, Lorraine (Wendy Raebeck). But Peter's hope for romance is soon dampened by Lorraine's xenophobia and the arrival of a haughty Viennese aristocrat (Peggy Ashcroft).


Caught on a Train  1980  2.9 ★ 80 mins Drama Rated: NR
British playwright Stephen Poliakoff's comical teleplay investigates Europe's changing social landscape via three strangers who meet on a train. Peter (Michael Kitchen), an English businessman on an overnight trip through Europe, shares a compartment with a beautiful American woman, Lorraine (Wendy Raebeck). But Peter's hope for romance is soon dampened by Lorraine's xenophobia and the arrival of a haughty Viennese aristocrat (Peggy Ashcroft).


Cream in My Coffee  1980  2.7 ★ 91 mins Dramas Rated: NR
In the seaside British resort town of Eastbourne circa 1980, elderly bickering couple Bernard (Lionel Jeffries) and Jean (Peggy Ashcroft) visit the hotel where they had a romantic fling back in the early 1930s, before they were married. Famed British dramatist Dennis Potter (The Singing Detective) wrote the made-for-television drama, a wise exploration of memory and nostalgia. Peter Chelsom and Shelagh McLeod play the young couple.


Cream in My Coffee  1980  2.7 ★ 91 mins Drama Rated: NR
In the seaside British resort town of Eastbourne circa 1980, elderly bickering couple Bernard (Lionel Jeffries) and Jean (Peggy Ashcroft) visit the hotel where they had a romantic fling back in the early 1930s, before they were married. Famed British dramatist Dennis Potter (The Singing Detective) wrote the made-for-television drama, a wise exploration of memory and nostalgia. Peter Chelsom and Shelagh McLeod play the young couple.


Edward & Mrs. Simpson: The Little Prince  1978 TV Shows  until 01-Jan-2025
Edward, the Prince of Wales, becomes smitten with Wallis Simpson.


Edward & Mrs. Simpson  1978  3.5 ★ TV Shows  until 01-Jan-2025 
This engrossing miniseries mines the drama behind one of the 20th century's biggest events: the 1936 abdication of the throne by King Edward VIII (Edward Fox) to marry the woman he loves, American divorcée Wallis Simpson (Cynthia Harris).


Hullabaloo Over Georgie and Bonnie's Pictures  1978  2.5 ★ 83 mins Comedies Rated: NR
Two affluent siblings (Victor Banerjee and Aparna Sen) own a priceless collection of Indian art, which is currently being stored in their palace's dusty storeroom. Lady Gee (Dame Peggy Ashcroft) is a shrewd London art dealer who heads to India to track down the precious anthology and finds she'll have to compete with another collector, Clark Haven (Larry Pine), for the prize. Each one will stop at nothing to ensure personal victory.


Hullabaloo Over Georgie and Bonnie's Pictures  1978  2.5 ★ 83 mins Comedy Rated: NR
Two affluent siblings (Victor Banerjee and Aparna Sen) own a priceless collection of Indian art, which is currently being stored in their palace's dusty storeroom. Lady Gee (Dame Peggy Ashcroft) is a shrewd London art dealer who heads to India to track down the precious anthology and finds she'll have to compete with another collector, Clark Haven (Larry Pine), for the prize. Each one will stop at nothing to ensure personal victory.


Edward & Mrs. Simpson  1978  3.5 ★ 350 mins Drama Rated: NR
This absorbing miniseries mines the drama behind one of the biggest events of the 20th century: King Edward VIII's momentous decision to abdicate the throne in 1936 to marry the woman he loves, American divorcée Wallis Simpson.


Edward & Mrs. Simpson: Disc 1  1978 200 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes (1-4): "The Little Prince," "Venus at the Prow," "The New King" and "The Divorce."


Edward & Mrs. Simpson: Disc 2  1978 150 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes (5-7): "The Decision," "Proposals" and "The Abdication." Extras include the bonus feature "Wallis Simpson" from A&E's award-winning Biography series.


Edward & Mrs. Simpson: Disc 1  1978 200 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes (1-4): "The Little Prince," "Venus at the Prow," "The New King" and "The Divorce."


Edward & Mrs. Simpson: Disc 2  1978 150 mins Drama Rated: NR
This disc includes the following episodes (5-7): "The Decision," "Proposals" and "The Abdication." Extras include the bonus feature "Wallis Simpson" from A&E's award-winning Biography series.


Edward & Mrs. Simpson  1978  3.5 ★ Drama
This engrossing miniseries mines the drama behind one of the 20th century's biggest events: the 1936 abdication of the throne by King Edward VIII (Edward Fox) to marry the woman he loves, American divorcée Wallis Simpson (Cynthia Harris).


Edward & Mrs. Simpson: The Abdication  1978 TV Shows  until 01-Jan-2025
At the risk of losing his crown and being exiled from his home country for life, Edward issues an ultimatum.


Edward & Mrs. Simpson: Proposals  1978 TV Shows
The Cabinet is firmly against the marriage between Edward and Wallis, but a possible solution is found.


Edward & Mrs. Simpson: The Decision  1978 TV Shows  until 01-Jan-2025
With the silence of the press about to break, Edward is forced to tell the royal family about his intention to marry Wallis.


Edward & Mrs. Simpson: The New King  1978 TV Shows  until 01-Jan-2025
In the wake of his father's death, Edward is knighted King and becomes frustrated with his new duties since they keep him away from Wallis.


Edward & Mrs. Simpson: The Divorce  1978 TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
The King's private secretary, Maj. Hardinge, meets with Edward to discuss the relationship with Wallis.


Edward & Mrs. Simpson: Venus at the Prow  1978 TV Shows  until 01-Jan-2025
Rumors swirl as Edward and Wallis's relationship crosses the boundary between friendship and love.


Edward & Mrs. Simpson  1978  3.2 ★ 350 mins TV Shows Rated: NR
This engrossing miniseries mines the drama behind one of the 20th century's biggest events: the 1936 abdication of the throne by King Edward VIII (Edward Fox) to marry the woman he loves, American divorcée Wallis Simpson (Cynthia Harris). His momentous decision caused a scandalous uproar heard throughout the world and much heated debate in his native England. Peggy Ashcroft, Marius Goring and Nigel Hawthorne co-star.


Edward & Mrs. Simpson  1978  3.2 ★ 350 mins TV Shows Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025 
This engrossing miniseries mines the drama behind one of the 20th century's biggest events: the 1936 abdication of the throne by King Edward VIII (Edward Fox) to marry the woman he loves, American divorcée Wallis Simpson (Cynthia Harris). His momentous decision caused a scandalous uproar heard throughout the world and much heated debate in his native England. Peggy Ashcroft, Marius Goring and Nigel Hawthorne co-star.


Sunday Bloody Sunday  1971  3.1 ★ 110 mins Drama Rated: R
In director John Schlesinger's intriguing character study, a thorny love triangle develops as lonely divorcée Alexandra Greville and well-to-do physician Daniel Hirsh compete for the sexual favors of a handsome young sculptor.


Sunday Bloody Sunday Nominated For/Won Awards 1971  3.1 ★ 110 mins Dramas Rated: R  until 01-Jan-2025 
In director John Schlesinger's intriguing character study, a thorny love triangle develops as lonely divorcée Alexandra Greville and well-to-do physician Daniel Hirsh compete for the sexual favors of a handsome young sculptor.


The Cherry Orchard (1962 / 1981)  1962  2.5 ★ 258 mins Dramas Rated: NR
Judi Dench stars in these two productions of Anton Chekhov's play about a spoiled, aging aristocratic lady who loses her cherry orchard estate to foreclosure. A young Dench is cast alongside John Gielgud, Peggy Ashcroft, Ian Holm and Dorothy Tutin in the 1962 Royal Shakespeare Company presentation, and in director Richard Eyre's 1981 production, Dench leads the cast as Madame Ranevskaya with her BAFTA award-winning performance.


The Cherry Orchard (1962 / 1981)  1962  2.6 ★ 258 mins Drama Rated: NR
Judi Dench stars in these two productions of Anton Chekhov's play about a spoiled, aging aristocratic lady who loses her cherry orchard estate to foreclosure. A young Dench is cast alongside John Gielgud, Peggy Ashcroft, Ian Holm and Dorothy Tutin in the 1962 Royal Shakespeare Company presentation, and in director Richard Eyre's 1981 production, Dench leads the cast as Madame Ranevskaya with her BAFTA award-winning performance.


The Cherry Orchard: Disc 1  1962 130 mins Special Interest Rated: NR
This disc includes Dame Judi Dench's 1962 performance in The Cherry Orchard.


The Cherry Orchard: Disc 2  1962 130 mins Special Interest Rated: NR
This disc includes Dame Judi Dench's 1981 performance in The Cherry Orchard.


The Nun's Story Nominated For/Won Awards 1959  3.7 ★ 151 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR
This moving religious drama stars Audrey Hepburn (who won a BAFTA Award) in a range-stretching performance as the young postulant Sister Luke. Assigned to a hospital in the Belgian Congo, the novitiate must endure rigorous conditions that test her devotion to her calling. But it's at the outbreak of World War II, when she must obey an edict not to take sides in the conflict, that the nun finds her vows at odds with her personal beliefs.


The Nun's Story Nominated For/Won Awards 1959  3.7 ★ 151 mins Classics Rated: NR
This moving religious drama stars Audrey Hepburn (who won a BAFTA Award) in a range-stretching performance as the young postulant Sister Luke. Assigned to a hospital in the Belgian Congo, the novitiate must endure rigorous conditions that test her devotion to her calling. But it's at the outbreak of World War II, when she must obey an edict not to take sides in the conflict, that the nun finds her vows at odds with her personal beliefs.


Rhodes of Africa  1936  2.8 ★ Dramas Rated: NR  until 01-Jan-2025
This intriguing biopic stars Walter Huston as Cecil Rhodes, a 19th-century British adventurer who travels to Africa to seek his fortune. After developing a successful diamond mining industry, Rhodes attempts to construct a continent-wide railroad. Rhodes's plans meet with disapproval, including his desire to make Rhodesia a British colony, but he perseveres, thereby making a mortal enemy of Dutch Prime Minister Paul Kruger (Oskar Homolka).


Rhodes  1936  3.1 ★ Drama Rated: NR
Cecil Rhodes travels to Africa to seek his fortune in this intriguing biopic portrayal of the famed 19th-century British adventurer.


The 39 Steps  1935  3.6 ★ 86 mins Classics Rated: NR
Richard Hannay is vacationing in England when a terrified woman begs him to help her. He's certain she's crazy -- until she appears at his flat with a map in hand and a knife in her back, muttering something about 39 steps.


The 39 Steps  1935  3.6 ★ 86 mins Classic Movies Rated: NR RT:97%
Richard Hannay is vacationing in England when a terrified woman begs him to help her. He's certain she's crazy -- until she appears at his flat with a map in hand and a knife in her back, muttering something about 39 steps.

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