- Inserts (1975)
- Dir. John Byrum
Feat. Richard Dreyfuss, Jessica Harper, Bob Hoskins…
- Talky, tawdry film–within–a–film about a washed–up director (Dreyfuss) who inserts SUSPIRIA's Jessica Harper as a body double…
- Pennies From Heaven (Mini Series) (1978)
- Dir. Piers Haggard
Feat. Bob Hoskins, Cheryl Campbell, Gemma Craven…
- The original television version of Dennis Potter's acclaimed and much–remembered musical drama, set around philandering sheet–music…
- Zulu Dawn (1979)
- Dir. Douglas Hickox
Feat. Burt Lancaster, Peter O'Toole, Phil Daniels…
- Prequel to ZULU is a vivid recreation of the Battle of Isandhlwana.
- Long Good Friday, The (1980)
- Dir. John Mackenzie
Feat. Bob Hoskins, Helen Mirren
- Electrifying, influential account of hoodlum rivalry in contemporary London with Bob Hoskins and Helen Mirren matching an intelligent, gritty script.
- Othello (1981)
- Dir. Jonathan Miller
Feat. Anthony Hopkins, Bob Hoskins
- Part of the BBC's excellent series of Shakespeare productions, filmed in a 'theatrical' TV environment utilising the best of English acting talent.
- Brazil (1985)
- Dir. Terry Gilliam
Feat. Jonathan Pryce, Robert De Niro, Ian Holm…
- Daydreaming bureaucrat Jonathan Pryce becomes unwittingly involved with an underground superhero and a mystery woman before falling victim to his own…
- Dunera Boys, The (Mini-series) (1985)
- Dir. Ben Lewin
Feat. Bob Hoskins, Warren Mitchell, Julia Blake
- WW2 set mini–series following a group of suspected Jewish spies sent from England to a POW camp in NSW, Australia. Nicely balanced historical…
- Mussolini and I (1985)
- Dir. Alberto Negrin
Feat. Bob Hoskins, Anthony Hopkins, Susan Sarandon…
- The last days of Il Duce as embodied by Bob Hoskins in this strong Italian miniseries.
- Mona Lisa (1986)
- Dir. Neil Jordan
Feat. Bob Hoskins, Michael Caine
- Gritty British crime thriller, with Bob Hoskins in great form as a crim fresh out of prison.
- Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne (1987)
- Dir. Jack Clayton
Feat. Maggie Smith, Bob Hoskins
- An anguished spinster pins romantic hopes on a sweet–talking business man who has other intentions. Melancholy fare, remarkably acted by Maggie…