Richard Williams, 1940s film buff and owner of "Silver Sirens - The Golden Age of British Cinema" gives a speech about Margaret Lockwood at the unveiling of a commemorative blue plaque at 34, Upper Park Road, Kingston. Actresses Julia Lockwood and Vicki Michelle watch from the front garden. Saturday, 4th July, 2015
Main title from Canyon Passage (1946)
Main title from The Robe (1953) starring Richard Burton, Jean Simmons and Victor Mature.
Theme from Bhowani Junction (1956). Adventures of an Anglo-Indian girl during the last days of British India.
"Every Night at Seven". Song composed by Harry Parr Davies. Lyric by Barbara Gordon and Basil Thomas. Film clip from Suspected Person (1942).
Joan treats her brother Jim to tea at home after he returns home to England. Film clip from Suspected Person (1942).
Theme from Suspected Person (1942). Thieves fall out and are tracked by police.
In the dead of night Landru (George Sanders) buries his latest victim, unaware of the approaching gendarme. Film clip from Bluebeard’s Ten Honeymoons (1960).
An unsuspecting Mme. Dueaux (Patricia Roc) enjoys a seemingly charming evening with Landru (George Sanders) Film clip from Bluebeard’s Ten Honeymoons (1960).
Theme from Bluebeard's Ten Honeymoons (1960). A lady-killer is driven to desperation and murder by the long line of mistresses whose bodies he keeps.
Late one night Ricki (Jean Kent) is startled by the appearance of a stranger (Derek Farr) outside her room. Film clip from Bond Street (1948).
Bond Street: for over a hundred years London's most exclusive shopping thoroughfare. From all over the world people come here for fashion, novelty and quality. Film clip from Bond Street (1948).
Theme from Bond Street (1948). Four stories, each concerning an item of expensive wedding trousseau.
Captain Wilding (Anthony Steel) and wife Anne (Patricia Roc) face up to the reality of leaving the miltary for civvy street. Film clip from Something Money Can’t Buy (1952).
Theme from Something Money Can't Buy (1952). After World War II a young couple find civilian life difficult and dreary, but finally start a catering and secretarial business.
Theme from The Wild Geese (1978). Adventures of four British mercenaries in a central African state.
Theme from Mr. Emmanuel (1944). In 1936 an elderly Jew visits Germany in seach of the mother of an orphan boy.
Mr. Emmanuel (Felix Aylmer) dismisses concerns for his safety and travels by train to Nazi Germany. Film clip from Mr. Emmanuel (1944).
Singer Elsie Silver (Greta Gynt) performs a solo number at a club in 1930s Berlin. Film clip from Mr. Emmanuel (1944).
Theme from Sleeping Car to Trieste (1948). Thieves and blackmail victims are among the passengers on an express train.
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