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|Welcome to a world of classic, rare
and cult movies.
We love old films and we love to help you find
It's a sad fact that so
many great films of the last century have never seen a release on dvd, and many
never made it to video either. Finding these rare films can be very hard. You
may have tried buying films from online auction sites and found you have been
disappointed by either the sound or picture quality. When you deal with us we
can assure you we will source and supply the film you want in the best possible
picture and sound quality available. Every film on our website can be sourced
and supplied to you. You have the peace of mind knowing that you are dealing
with people who enjoy films as much as you do. If you cannot see the film you
want please get in touch, we love the challenge of finding a rare film. On
average we add about 10 films a week to the full list which includes a
selection of old classics, film noire, cult films, British pop culture and
A - Z Movie List
News: We are very saddened by the recent death of
Micheal Winner. We were fortunate enough to have supplied him with many rare
films, including several of his own making including
The Games, The
Jokers and The Wicked Lady. We
thank you for your contribution to film industry.
News: We recently had a visit from our good friend Mark
Lindsay Chapman (of Dallas, Baywatch, Titanic fame). I have added a few
pictures with some friends. Read more
We received a nice email from the writer of the 1979 film, That Summer.
Many thanks indeed for
the DVD! They say, "Everything comes to those that wait." Simply amazing how
staying in a hotel in St Ives last week and a chance conversation with a movie
buff member of the staff led me to you. We watched the film this afternoon.
Incredible that 31 years after the making of the film, my wife has finally been
able to see it. It is only the second time I have seen it. I couldn't recall
most of the film's action. I wrote the original screenplay, the basic plotline
was in the film but my script was much tougher and better dialogue. The
producers brought in a female writer and she watered the script down. Columbia
didn't like the finished film and asked what happened to my script? So, it's
why they never got behind the film and buried it. I have to say that rather
than share the screenplay credit I still have absolutely no regrets about
telling my agent I wanted just a simple "from an original story by..." credit.
But, it was good to see young Ray Winstone again, and the film certainly
brought back good memories of fun times during summer seasons in Torquay - the
'English Riviera' back then - in the 'sixties Ah, sweet days of youth! Again,
many thanks! Anthony Attard