Short comedy film starring Hal Monty and Max Bygraves as two sailors on leave. Hal tries his hand at boxing but gets more than he bargained for.
An insect expert puts his mosquito research on hold when a swarm of killer wasps descends on a small Mexican town where a festival is about to take place. Action adventure, starring Shane Brolly, Kaarina Aufranc and J Patrick McCormack.
When a series of stagecoach robberies take place in quick succession, a professional killer is hired to investigate the problem. Stars Peter Lee Laurence. (1967)
Nuance was not Donald Wolfit's strong suit, but he had presence and power in spades. He totally dominates this story with a bluster and conviction that keeps an uninspiring tale of the hunt for a Second World War traitor from falling flat on its face. As he showed in Operation Amsterdam, writer/director Michael McCarthy had a splendid sense of place, but no talent whatsoever for generating and sustaining suspense. It was a smart move casting Wolfit, Christopher Lee and Anton Diffring as a trio of shifty-looking suspects, but it all too quickly becomes clear in which direction the finger is pointing.