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Keep FitKeep Fit (1937)
Dir. Anthony Kimmins
Feat. Kay Walsh, Guy Middleton, George Formby
Snappy–yet–slight musical–comedy sees Formby play a skinny wimp who faces off against a stocky Middleton in a 'keep fit' contest in…
Oliver TwistOliver Twist (1948) Recommended
Dir. David Lean
Feat. Robert Newton, Alec Guinness, Kay Walsh
Astonishing version of the Dicken's classic, notable for great atmosphere and Alec Guinness.
Magnet, TheMagnet, The (1950)
Dir. Charles Frend
Feat. Stephen Murray, Kay Walsh, James Fox
After tricking a school–chum out of a toy magnet, an 11yr–old James Fox gets the guilts and resolves to 'do good'. Quirkily…
Stage FrightStage Fright (1950)
Dir. Alfred Hitchcock
Feat. Jane Wyman, Marlene Dietrich, Michael Wilding
Aspiring actress Jane Wyman investigates her friend's claims of innocence after he's imprisoned for murder. A polished job from Hitch, notable for a…
HuntedHunted (1952)
Dir. Charles Crichton
Feat. Dirk Bogarde, Kay Walsh, Geoffrey Keen
Brit suspense trailing an orphan on the run from his foster parents wrath after an accident who is kidnapped by a wanted criminal who trys to prevent…
Horse's Mouth, TheHorse's Mouth, The (1958) Recommended
Dir. Ronald Neame
Feat. Alec Guinness, Kay Walsh, Renee Houston
This impressively subtle portrait of a tortured artist stars Alec Guinness as a deteriorating painter whose pursuit of creative perfection has him on…
October Man, TheOctober Man, The (1960)
Dir. Roy Ward Baker
Feat. John Mills, Joan Greenwood, Edward Chapman
Atmospheric pot–boiler in which John Mills plays an amnesiac accused of murder who fights to prove his innocence, apprehend the murderer and…
Greyfriars BobbyGreyfriars Bobby (1960)
Dir. Don Chaffey
Feat. Donald Crisp, Laurence Naismith, Kay Walsh
Beloved Disney classic concerns a loyal Skye terrier who guards his master's grave for many years and eventually recieves a medal! Set in 19th…
Witches, TheWitches, The (1966)
Dir. Cyril Frankel
Feat. Joan Fontaine, Kay Walsh, Alec McCowen
Hammer horror adapted by Nigel Kneale under the pseudonym Peter Curtis, and featuring the final big–screen film role for Joan Fontaine.

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