Charlie returns to the East End after two years at sea to find his house demolished and wife Maggie gone. Everyone else knows she is now shacked up with married bus driver Bert and a ... See full summary »
After one schoolgirl is raped while taking a short cut through the local woods, and another is murdered in the same woods a few days later, the local police are baffled. With the help of a ... See full summary »
Three young Cockneys take a day off work to meet a foreign movie star at Heathrow airport. She joins them and their taxi driver while she collects some typically British hats. The main rule... See full summary »
Greed, corruption, ignorance, and disease. Midsummer, 1349: the Black Death reaches northern Germany. Minstrels go to Hamelin for the Mayor's daughter's wedding to the Baron's son. He wants... See full summary »
When their ship docks the crew disembark as usual to pick up their lives in postwar London. For one of them his petty smuggling turns more serious when he finds himself caught up with a robbery in the City.
This as an untypical Peter Rogers production with the exception of one thing,the music.Composed by Eric Rogers you can hear the Carry on themes in it.At the time Ian Hendrey was at the peak of his stardom.Alas drink would ruin his career and he would die young.In this film he is effectively nasty.Mind you most of the characters are unpleasant,and none are better of at the end of the film.One notable feature of this film is the extensive use of South London locations.There is a lot less traffic then..I would guess that this film would have earned an X certificate,however this film is pretty tame by today's standards.
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