Another of Buster Keaton's masterpieces is this romantic comedy in which he plays a man who is offered a seven million dollar fortune if he marries by 7pm that same day.
The disc also features bonus Keaton shorts, "The Balloonatic" (1923, 22m.) and "Neighbors" (1920, 18m.).
Leslie Howard leads a double-life as an aristocratic fop by day and swashbuckling hero by night in the dark days of the French Revolution. Expert romantic adventure, with a lightness of touch and sporting opponentry from Raymond Massey.
Captivating Polish oddity with a labyrinthine plot involving the discovery of a book which reveals all manner of beguiling tales-within-tales. This cult-classic had a significant influence on Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola, who funded it's long overdue restoration.
An unpredictable, wildly inventive comedy where an actor (Anthony Newley) walks off the set of a banal sit-com and into an absurd fantasy world of his own imagination. Hugely influential in its time, this lives up to its reputation as a surrealist classic.