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Otto Preminger, 1952
"She loved one man ... enough to KILL to get him!"
A classic Otto Preminger thriller from 1952, RKO drama Angel Face sees ambulance driver Frank Jessup (R... More
Victor Saville, 1933
A 1933 espionage drama starring Madeleine Carroll, Herbert Marshall and Conrad Veidt, I Was a Spy is set during WWI. Martha, a young nurse in a hospital in G... More
Ernst Lubitsch, 1937
Dietrich flutters her eyelashes and flirts between an English diplomat and an American old flame in this dry Lubitsch romantic comedy.
Maria (Dietrich) is... More
Michael Powell, David Green, 1933-87
Contains 1914 All Out (Green, 1987), The Spy in Black (Powell, 1939) and I Was a Spy (Saville, 1933).
1914 All Out: Written by the playwright Colin Schind... More
Josef von Sternberg, 1932
One of Dietrich's most engaging romps in which she plays a mother who takes to the nightclub stage to pay for her husband's medical fees, but is lured into a... More
Rene Clair, 1943
1940s drama made by the collaborative efforts of seven directors and 21 writers. Gates Trimble Pomfret (Ken Smith) travels from America to England during the... More
David Miller, 1960
Set in London a newly-wed heiress is slowly driven mad by a series of life-threatening phone calls and near-fatal 'accidents'. More
Robert Siodmak, Richard Wallace, 1936-46
Features five of Durbin's most well-loved films: Because of Him (Wallace, 1946), Christmas Holiday (Siodmak, 1944), Mad About Music (Taurog, 1938), One Hundr... More
David Cronenberg, 1989
Five films from the hugely popular sci-fi franchise. In 'The Fly' (1958), a scientist (David Hedison) is obsessed with developing a molecular matter transmit... More
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