A man new to a smallish British town joins an amateur theatre company. Once there, he discovers that the drama on stage is quite often nothing compared to what's happening behind the scenes... See full summary »
This early Seventies British comedy takes us through seven short stories based on the Seven Deadly Sins. This film is a montage of different styles, from Spike Milligan's mainly silent "... See full summary »
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Three vicious thugs are on the run in rural America after robbing a local bank. They seek refuge at the home of a reclusive farmer, but he is prepared for their arrival and holds them at ... See full summary »
Michael J. Pollard,
It is difficult to understand why the credits did not acknowledge the strong connection with Somerset Maughns The Letter.This of course was a vastly superior film starring Bette Davis.So when you watch this all you can do is to compare Judy Bowler unfavourable with her.Despite the fact that the earlier film lacks the sexual explicitness of this film and that it has an ending dictated by the Hays Office it is superior on every level.Even then you can say that it means this film ending on a dramatic note whereas this just ends like a damp squid.The fact that this film was shot on location does not really benefit it much.Little surprise that this film is totally forgotten.
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