Three films about teens and tearaways. Starring Robin Askwith, Terence Morgan and Gary Kemp, and directed by such celebrated filmmakers as Lewis Gilbert (The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker) Johnny on the Run is a superb early work by illustrious British director Lewis Gilbert (The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker) which follows a orphaned Polish refugee who runs into trouble in the shape of two scheming thieves. Starring popular character actor Sydney Tafler (Carve Her Name with Pride, The Spy Who Loved Me) and John Laurie (The 39 Steps, Dad’s Army). Hide & Seek stars a teenage Gary Kemp (The Krays) as do-gooder Chris, who becomes entangled with a borstal escapee known locally as the Deptford Dodger. Starring Roy Dotrice (Clochemerle, Game of Thrones) and Robin Askwith (Britannia Hospital, the Confessions series) in supporting roles, this is amongst the best of the CFF’s 1970s output. Terry on the Fence was British film industry stalwart Frank Godwin’s (producer, Woman in a Dressing Gown) last ever film. When 11-year-old Terry runs away from home he only intends to put the wind up his parents. But a gang of older bullies, led by the tough Les, soon draw him into their daunting criminal world of break-ins and stolen goods. Contents: Digitally remastered in High Definition Includes two previously unreleased titles Johnny on the Run (1953, dir. Lewis Gilbert) Hide and Seek (1972, dir. David Eady) Terry on the Fence (1985, dir. Frank Godwin) Booklet with essays and film credits Cast and Crew: Directed by Lewis Gilbert (You Only Live Twice, The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker), David Eady (Operation Third Form), and Frank Godwin (Woman in a Dressing Gown). Starring Gary Kemp (The Krays), Sydney Tafler (Carve Her Name with Pride, The Spy Who Loved Me) and John Laurie (The 39 Steps, Dad’s Army) . Awards and Reviews: Johnny on the Run - Venice Film Festival 1953. Won C.I.D.A.L.C. Silver Gondola Award. In 1955, received award from Stamford Films Council for the best film of its kind in America.
From hardboiled to homespun, newspaper reporters were featured prominently as dramatic characters during the Golden Age of Radio in the 1940s and 1950s. Radio Spirits is pleased to bring together 15 of these classic audio shows for your listening pleasure, all digitally remastered and restored.Stop the Press! includes the critically acclaimed drama "Night Beat" starring Frank Lovejoy; the folksy "Rogers of the Gazette" featuring Will Rogers Jr.; the delightful light comedy "Bright Star" with Fred McMurray and Irene Dunne; the classic "Front Page" starring Everett Sloane; the hardboiled "Deadline Mystery" starring Steve Dunne; the long-running "Casey, Crime Photographer" with Staats Cotsworth; along with "San Francisco Final" starring Jeff Chandler; and "Big Story", both featuring dramatizations based on actual news stories of the day.Joining these stars are some of the finest supporting radio actors of the day, including Parley Baer, Joan Banks, Harry Bartell, Jackson Beck, Ed Begley, William Conrad, Ted DeCorsia, John Dehner, Larry Dobkin, Georgia Ellis, Virginia Greg, Bill Johnstone, Byron Kane, John Larkin, Jan Minor, Jeanette Nolan, Mary Patton, Vic Perrin, June Whitley, Barbara Jean Wong, Ben Wright, and more.Includes the following programs: Night Beat - Tong War (4/17/1950); Night Beat - Doctor’s Secret (8/21/1950); Night Beat - Juke Box Romance (5/18/1951); Night Beat - Somebody Stop Ann (8/7/1952); Rogers of the Gazette - Newspaper Being Taken Over (7/8/1953); Rogers of the Gazette - Jimmy Reynolds Story (7/15/1953); Deadline Mystery - (8/10/1947); San Francisco Final - (7/26/1954); Big Story - Case of the Counterfeit Coin (10/1/1947); Big Story - Manhunt in Manhattan (1/7/1948); Bright Star - Oil Swindle (10/23/1952); Bright Star - Miss America Visits (11/13/1952); Casey, Crime Photographer - The Demon Miner (3/30/1947); Casey, Crime Photographer - The Loaded Dice (9/4/1947); Ford Theater - The Front Page (5/ 1. Language: English. Narrator: Frank Lovejoy, Will Rogers Jr., Old Time Radio. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/radi/001891/bk_radi_001891_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
A fascinating collection of rare and remastered radio and TV material starring Tony Hancock.In this fourth treasury of rare archive material, our irrepressible hero forms an association to save Fred’s Pie Stall in a newly restored 1959 radio episode of Hancock’s Half Hour. From the BBC TV series comes The Italian Maid (1959), in which Tony and Sid are bowled over by the lovely Silvano.Two 1952 editions of Calling All Forces line up alongside a 1953 edition of Star Bill, and an extract from The National Radio Awards 1951 features Hancock in a rare Educating Archie sketch.In Hancock’s Helpers, from 2004, Russell Davies looks at Tony Hancock’s on-air and off-air relationship with his costars whilst a 2009 edition of Great Lives examines the legacy of the lad ‘imself. Hancock and Son, from 1998, traces the writing partnership of Galton & Simpson.In Briers on Hancock (1984), Richard Briers presents an affectionate tribute to Tony’s memory, with contributions from Dennis Main Wilson, Denis Norden, George Fairweather, Ray Galton, Alan Simpson, John Lloyd, John Freeman, Sid James and Bill Kerr.Also included in this treasury are interviews with Paul Merton, Roger Wilmut and Freddie Hancock, who all talk about the life and career of Tony Hancock. A bonus PDF booklet looks at each item in the context of Hancock’s broadcasting career, with insights into how many of these lost or rare items were discovered. Marking the legacy of one of our greatest comedy entertainers, this collection is a must for fans of Tony Hancock and Hancock’s Half Hour.PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying reference material will be available in your Library section along with the audio on our Desktop Site. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tony Hancock, full cast, Sid James. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/rhuk/004089/bk_rhuk_004089_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
32 Studio-Tracks die für das King Label und seine Tochter DeLuxe, zwischen 1953 und 1962 entstanden sind. Ein Must-Have für Fans des klassischen R & B. 24 Bit digital remastered, umfangreiches 16 seitiges Booklet.
Diese CD umfasst 30 Studio-Tracks, die zwischen 1953 und 1962 aufgenommen hat. Alle diese großartigen Tracks wurden remasteret und sind ein Beweis für seine Vielseitigkeit. 24 Bit digital remastered, umfangreiches 20 seitiges Booklet.