Miss Marple: Murder, She Said / Murder at the Gallop / Murder Ahoy / Murder Most Foul (1961)

Director: George Pollock
Starring: Margaret Rutherford, Arthur Kennedy, Muriel Pavlow

A collection of some of Margaret Rutherford's finest turns as the good lady detective: 'Murder, She Said' (1961) with Arthur Kennedy; 'Murder at the G... Read more

The Runaway Bus (1954)

Director: Val Guest
Starring: Frankie Howerd, Margaret Rutherford, Petula Clark, George Coulouris

This offbeat British comedy/thriller features Frankie Howerd, in his first starring role, as Percy Lamb, a bus driver who finds himself in a difficult... Read more

Norman Wisdom Collection ( Trouble in Store / Up in the World / On the Beat ) (1962)

Director: John Paddy Carstairs, Robert Asher
Starring: Norman Wisdom, Margaret Rutherford, Maureen Swanson

The cheerful, unpretentious appeal of Norman Wisdom made him a household name in the fifties, and his hugely popular slapstick comedies outsold the Bo... Read more

Blithe Spirit (1945)

Director: David Lean
Starring: Constance Cummings, Kay Hammond, Rex Harrison, Margaret Rutherford

David Lean adapts Noel Coward once again ('This Happy Breed', 'Brief Encounter') with excellent results. Rex Harrison is an author writing a book on... Read more

A Countess from Hong Kong (1966)

Director: Charlie Chaplin
Starring: Marlon Brando, Sophia Loren, Sydney Chaplin, Tippi Hedren, Margaret Rutherford

Charlie Chaplin's final directorial effort stars Marlon Brando as a wealthy American diplomat, en route to New York from the Far East on an ocean line... Read more

The Smallest Show on Earth (1957)

Director: Basil Dearden
Starring: Bernard Miles, Bill Travers, Margaret Rutherford, Peter Sellers, Virginia McKenn...

Jean and Bill are a struggling married couple with Bill trying to scrape a living as a writer. Out of the blue they receive a telegram informing them... Read more

Falstaff (Chimes at Midnight) (1965)

Director: Orson Welles
Starring: Jeanne Moreau, John Gielgud, Margaret Rutherford, Orson Welles, Norman Rodway

Henry IV (John Gielgud) usurps the English throne, sets in motion the factious War of the Roses and now faces a rebellion led by Northumberland scion... Read more

The Ealing Comedy Collection: The Lavender Hill Mob / Whisky Galore! / Passport to Pimlico / School for Scoundrels / The Maggie (1951)

Director: Alexander Mackendrick, Charles Crichton, Henry Cornelius, Robert Hamer
Starring: Alastair Sim, Alec Guinness, Basil Radford, Ian Carmichael, James Robertson Just...

The legendary Ealing Studios were home to some of Britain's most enduring - and endearing - comedies. It is the oldest continuously-working studio fac... Read more