Albrecht, Karl Aldi supermarket co-founder Alexander, Keith One of the few black managers in English football Alfonsin, Raul Argentine president who guided his country's return to democracy Aliker, Pierre Caribbean politician from Martinique Alison, John R. Allain, Bill Former Mississippi Governor One of Washington's most influential men Allegretti, Cosmo 'Captain Kangaroo' puppeteer Allen, Dede Pioneering film editor of "Bonnie and Clyde" and many others George F. Aloni, Shulamit Israeli civil rights pioneer Alou, Matty National League batting champion Altman, Robert Made a career out of bucking Hollywood management and story conventions Altman, Sophie Television producer created the long-running quiz show ''It's Academic'' Alvarado Munoz, Maria Honduran beauty queen Amaro, Ruben Gold Glove-winning former Phillies shortstop Amendariz, Pedro Mexican character actor Ames, Joe Deep-voiced anchor and eldest member of the s hit singing group the Ames Brothers Andersen, Hjalmar Norwegian speedskater took gold at Winter Olympics Anderson, Alex Creator of Rocky the flying squirrel and Bullwinkle the moose Anderson, Bob Olympic fencer and movie sword master Anderson, Gerry Creator of the "Thunderbirds" and puppetry pioneer Anderson, Lynn Chart-topping country music singer Andersson, Bibi Swedish actress starred in 13 Ingmar Bergman films Andreotti, Giulio Italy's former seven-time premier Andrews, Lee Father of the Roots' Questlove sang lead with his s doo-wop group Andrews, Patty Last survivor of the three singing Andrews Sisters Andujar, Joaquin Star pitcher with the St.
Louis Cardinals in the s Anema, Jasmina Brave six-year-old leukemia patient who captured the hearts of many Angelopoulos, Theo Award-winning Greek filmmaker Angelou, Maya Pulitzer Prize-winning author and poet Anthony, Charles Tenor who set record for most appearances at the Metropolitan Opera Anthony, Polly Former Epic Records president Aoki, Rocky Founder of Benihana steakhouses also competed in the Olympics Apple , R. Aquino, Corazon Former Philippines President swept away a dictator and sustained democracy Aracena-Montero, Oscar A.
Aragon, Art Boxing's original "Golden Boy" was one of the sports' biggest stars of the s and s Arbus, Allan Wisecracking psychiatrist Dr. Sidney Freedman on TV's "M. Archer, Lee Pilot considered the only ace Tuskegee Airman Archerd, Army Daily Variety columnist kept tabs on Hollywood for more than a half-century Arena, Dominick J. Arguelles, Jose Teachings about the Mayan calendar inspired the harmonic convergence event of Armenteros, Alfredo "Chocolate" Cuban trumpet legend Armstrong, Neil First person on the moon Arness, James Actor played U.
Marshal Matt Dillon on "Gunsmoke" for two decades Arnold, Eve World-traveling photojournalist Arnsparger, Bill Assistant coach who helped lead the Dolphin's to two championships Arpino, Gerald Co-founder of the Joffrey Ballet was a dancer and choreographer Arriola, Gus Ground-breaking cartoonist and animator Arroyo, Joe Colombian salsa singer Asheton, Ron Punk rock guitarist of The Stooges Asheton, Scott Drummer for the Stooges Askew, Reubin Former Florida governor Aslanis, Michalis Prominent Greek fashion designer Astle, Bryce U.
Ski Team prospect Attenborough, Richard Actor and Oscar-winning director Aubrac, Raymond One of the last major figures of the French Resistance Audigier, Christian French-born U. Austin, Debi Famously smoked a cigarette through hole in throat for anti-smoking ad Avalanche Victims, Italy Hotel At least 2 people dead after quakes rock region Avedon, Richard The revolutionary photographer who redefined fashion photography as an art form Avezzano, Joe Former Dallas Cowboys special teams coach Axgil, Axel Gay rights pioneer Backus, John Whose development of the Fortran programming language paved the way for modern software Bacon, Charlotte Bacon, James Columnist to the stars Bacon, Kenneth Pentagon spokesman in the Clinton administration Badillo, Herman First Puerto Rico-born congressman Baer, Ralph Video game pioneer Bagapsh, Sergei The leader of Abkhazia Bahr, Walter Last surviving member of the U.
Bailey, Trevor Former England cricketer Bainbridge, Beryl Acclaimed British novelist Baird, Dale The winningest thoroughbred trainer with more than 9, victories Baker, Vernon U. Baker Jr. Baldrige, Letitia White House social secretary during the Kennedy administration Balet, Estelle Swiss snowboarder was two-time world champ Author of "Empire of the Sun" and "Crash" had dark, distinctive vision Houston entrepreneur best known for inventing the Weed Eater Ballenger, Cass Nine-term U.
Ballesteros, Seve Spanish golf great Bampton, Rose Soprano who performed 18 seasons at the Metropolitan Opera Bankston, Caleb Former "Survivor" contestant Baraka, Amiri Activist poet-playwright Baran, Paul His work on data packaging was important step in Internet development Barbieri, Gato Grammy-winning Latin Jazz saxophonist Barbour, Ross Last original member of s harmonizing group the Four Freshmen Barfoot, Van Thomas Made headlines for his fight to fly U.
Barrett, George Tennessee civil rights attorney Barrett, Syd Troubled genius co-founded Pink Floyd Barry, Effi District of Columbia's stoic former first lady Barry, Marion Former Washington, D. Barry, Patricia Veteran soap opera actress Barrymore, Jessica Half-sister of Drew Barrymore Barrymore, John Drew The sometimes troubled heir to an acting dynasty Barton, Ray Creator of Minnesota Twins logo Bassiouni, Mohammed Former Egyptian ambassador to Israel Bata, Thomas J.
Czech shoemaker's company survived communist takeover and flourished in Canada Bates, Berke Trooper died in helicopter crash at white nationalist rally in Charlottesville.. Bates, Bill Alabama's turkey man Batiste, Lionel Treme Brass Band singer Batman, Daniel Former Olympic sprinter from Australia Batten, Frank Newspaper exec and Weather Channel founder built a communications empire Battle, Simone G.
Baudrillard, Jean Social theorist known for his acerbic commentaries on consumerism and excess Bay, Frances Actress known to "Seinfeld" fans as the lady who fought over a loaf of bread Beara, Vladimir Former goalkeeping great Becher, Barry Infomercial pioneer best known for creating Ginsu Knives ads Beck, Hans German toymaker created the plastic Playmobil figures that gained worldwide popularity Beck, Rod Relief pitcher who wore a bushy mustache while earning career saves Becker, Walter Steely Dan Guitarist Beene, Geoffrey The award-winning designer whose simple, classic styles for men and women put him at the forefront of American fashion Begum, Shamshad Legendary Indian singer Belden, Bob Grammy-winning jazz musician and composer Belfour, Robert Mississippi-born blues musician from Memphis Belgrave, Marcus Famed Detroit jazz trumpeter Beliveau, Jean Legendary captain of Montreal Canadiens Bell, Daniel Leading sociologist who wrote groundbreaking books Bell, Glen W.
Founder of the Taco Bell fast-food chain Bell, Wally MLB umpire Bellamy, Walt Hall of Fame center Belli, Remo Founded the legendary drum manufacturer Remo Inc. Bellson, Louie Big band and jazz drummer whose career spanned six decades Belov, Vasily Russian writer Benaud, Richie Benchley, Peter Whose novel "Jaws" made millions think twice about stepping into the water Bender, Frank Artist whose forensic sculptures helped capture criminals and identify victims Bendjedid, Chadli Former president of Algeria Bendjelloul, Malik 'Searching for Sugar Man' director Benenson, Peter Who founded Amnesty International more than four decades ago Bennett, Bob Republican from Utah served 18 years in U.
Bennett, Brooke Missing Vermont girl found dead Bennett, Estelle Member of The Ronettes Bennett, Richard Rodney British composer, pianist and arranger Bennett, Robert Served 18 years as a U. Bennett Jr. Bentsen, Lloyd Texan served in Congress for 28 years and as President Clinton's first treasury secretary Berenstain, Stan Who with his wife created the popular children's books about a loving furry family called the Berenstain Bears Bergen, Polly Actress starred in 'Cape Fear' Berger, Sandy Former U. Bergesch, Bill Former Cincinnati Reds general manager Bergman, Ingmar Iconoclastic filmmaker widely regarded as one of the great masters of modern cinema Bergonzi, Carlo Italian tenor Berle, Milton The acerbic, cigar-smoking vaudevillian who eagerly embraced a new medium Berns, Sam Struggled with rare genetic condition Bernstein, Harry Published his first book at age Berra, Carmen Wife of Yogi Berra Berrigan, Daniel Jesuit priest helped shape the course of the s anti-war movement Best, George One of the most dazzling players in soccer history Betbeze Fox, Yolande Miss America helped change beauty pageants Bey, Turhan Actor whose exotic good looks earned him the nickname of "Turkish Delight" Biggers, William Watts Co-creator of the cartoon "Underdog" Biggins, Robert J.
Biggs, Barton Former Morgan Stanley strategist warned of dot-com crash Bikel, Theodore Actor and singer known for "Fiddler on the Roof" Bilk, Acker Legendary jazz clarinetist Binchy, Maeve Beloved Irish novelist Bisher, Furman Famed Georgia sportswriter Bishop, Joey Comedian was the Rat Pack's last surviving member Bivins, Jimmy Hall of Fame boxer Black, Cilla Legendary TV presenter and singing star Black, Karen Actress appeared in more than movies Black, Linda C.
Astrologer whose forecasts were read in newspapers across the world Blackwell, Unita Civil rights activist was advisor to seven presidents Blah, Moses Served as Liberia's president for two months Blair, Janet Vivacious actress appeared in several s musicals and comedies, then turned to television Blair II, W. Bland, Bobby "Blue" Distinguished singer known as the "the Sinatra of the blues" Blank, Les Acclaimed documentary filmmaker Blankley, Tony Conservative author and commentator Blatnick, Jeff Olympic gold medal wrestler Blazonczyk, Eddie Grammy Award-winning polka great Blegvad, Erik Children's book artist Bleuel, Amy Advocate founded the suicide prevention initiative Project Semicolon Bley, Paul Canadian-born U.
Bloomingdale, Betsy Fashion icon was known for her philanthropy Blosil, Michael year-old son of entertainer Marie Osmond Blount, Lisa Actor and Academy Award winning filmmaker Blue, Forrest Four-time Pro Bowl center Blumberg, Baruch S. Shared the Nobel Prize for his discovery of the hepatitis B virus Blunk, Jonathan T. Bobek, Stjepan Yugoslav football legend Boerwinkle, Tom Former Chicago Bulls center Boggs, Grace Lee Longtime labor, civil rights activist Boggs, Lindy Former Louisiana Congresswoman Boggs, Thomas Hale Powerful Washington lobbyist and son of congressional royalty Bogle, Bob Lead guitarist and co-founder of the rock band The Ventures Boik, Alexander J.
Bombing Victims, Brussels, Belgium, At least 23 people are dead after three explosions Bombing Victims, Kabul At least 28 killed in Afghanistan explosion Bond, Julian Lifelong civil rights activist Bond, Michael English children's author created the beloved Paddington Bear Bonds, Bobby One of the first major leaguers to blend home-run power with base-stealing speed Bonds, Judy Environmental activist was a vocal critic of mountaintop removal coal mining Boogaard, Derek One of hockey's most-feared enforcers One of the first black military aviators known as the Tuskegee Airmen Boone, Eunetta Showrunner who created "One on One" Booth, Adrian Film actress also threw pies with the Three Stooges Boothe, Powers Emmy-winning actor excelled in villain roles Borbon, Pedro Baseball player pitched 10 years for the Cincinnati Reds Borgnine, Ernest Screen star won the best-actor Oscar in Borislow, Dan The inventor of magicJack Bork, Robert H.
Famously unsuccessful Supreme Court nominee Boros, Steve Played a key role in one of baseball's most thrilling World Series moments Bose, Amar Founder and chairman of audio technology company Bose Corp Boston, Bernie Newspaper photographer best known for his iconic s picture of a Vietnam War protester Bottoms, Sam Actor had a small but memorable role in the s classic "Apocalypse Now" Bouchard, Emile Longtime Montreal Canadiens captain Boulez, Pierre World-renowned French classical music conductor Bowen, Otis R.
Former Indiana Governor and U. Health and Human Services Secretary Bowie, David Legendary British singer and boundary-breaking musician Boyd, Gerald M. The first black managing editor of The New York Times Boyle, Patricia Former federal judge Boynton Robinson, Amelia U.
Brady, James Former White House press secretary Brady, Sarah Kemp Gun control activist Braithwaite, E. Author penned novel "To Sir, With Love" that became a movie Brancheau, Dawn SeaWorld trainer killed by a whale Brandt, Dr. Fredric Pioneering dermatologist, author and early proponent of Botox Brandt, Margit Fashion icon led international breakthroughs for Danish designs Branton, Leo Lawyer helped radical Angela Davis win sensational murder case Brashear, Carl M.
First black U. Navy diver, portrayed in the film ''Men of Honor" Brasse, Wilhelm Auschwitz prisoner and photographer Brazda, Rudolf Last surviving person interned by Nazis because of his homosexuality Brazelton, Dr. Brecker, Michael Versatile and influential tenor saxophonist won 11 Grammys Breed, MC Michigan rapper burst onto the national scene in Breen, Bobby Former child star best known in the s Breitbart, Andrew Conservative media publisher and activist Brennan, Eileen Actress starred in "Private Benjamin" Brenner, David Comedian, actor, author Briban, Roxana Romanian opera singer Bridges, Dorothy Matriarch of the acting family that includes sons Jeff and Beau Brillstein, Bernie Veteran Hollywood manager, producer and power broker Brinker, Norman Restaurant mogul who built casual dining empire Brinkman, Eddie Record-setting shortstop had a year career in the majors and coached the White Sox Brock, Mona Lee Counseled farmers in crisis Broder, David Pulitzer Prize-winning political reporter and columnist Brodeur, Denis Father of star goalie Martin Brodeur Broner, E.
Pioneering Jewish feminist writer Bronfman, Edgar M. Businessman, Jewish advocate Bronson, Charles Grim-faced tough guy made his mark with action films like the "Death Wish" series Brooks, Cedric Influential roots reggae musician Brooks, Herb Former Olympic hockey coach led U. Brooks, Martin Actor who played Dr. Brothers, Jim Kansas sculptor, whose works are at historical monuments around the country Brothers, Joyce Pop psychologist pioneered the television advice show Brotman, Jeff Costco chairman co-founded the warehouse retailer Browder, Kalief Teen who was jailed 3 years without trial, then freed Brown, Bonnie Member of country music vocal group the Browns Brown, Chris All-Star third baseman played six seasons in the majors in the s Brown, Chuck Musician widely acclaimed as the "Godfather of go-go" Brown, Cynthia Human Rights Watch activist Brown, Eric British pilot who flew more types of airplanes than anyone else in history Brown, Errol Hot Chocolate singer Brown, Gates Former Tigers outfielder Brown, Helen Gurley Legendary editor of Cosmopolitan magazine Brown, James The dynamic, pompadoured "Godfather of Soul" Brown, Joe L.
General manager helped Pittsburgh Pirates win 2 World Series titles Brown, Linda Student in the landmark Brown v. Board of Education U. Brown, Marcia Award-winning children's book illustrator Brown, Michael Teenager was fatally shot by a police officer Brown, Nappy Blues singer climbed the Billboard charts with his gospel-influenced style Brown, Ruth Whose recordings shot her to rhythm-and-blues stardom in the s Brown, Vivian Famous San Francisco twin Naval Academy Brown, Wesley Oldest sitting U. Browne, Joy Nationally syndicated call-in talk show host Browne, Malcolm Photograper of Vietnamese burning monk Browne, Sylvia Popular psychic and author Browning, James The nation's longest-serving federal appellate judge Brunetti, Argentina A character actress who played the worried wife of Mr.
Martini in the classic film "It's a Wonderful Life" Buchwald, Art Pulitzer Prize winning columnist chronicled the life and times of Washington Buck, Leslie Created the cardboard cup that became a pop-culture emblem of New York WWI veteran Buckley, William F. Erudite Ivy Leaguer and conservative commentator Buffone, Doug Former Chicago Bears linebacker Building Explosion Victims, Harlem At least seven have died in a gas explosion Bumpers, Dale Former U. Bunch, Jon Co-founder and lead singer for the emo band Sense Field Burden, Chris Noted performance artist and sculptor Burke, James E. Burns, Conrad Former Republican U.
Burns, Marilyn "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" actress Burri, Rene Prominent Swiss photographer Burton, Roderick Up-and-coming rapper known as "Dolla" Burton, Tony Actor played the trainer in six "Rocky" films Bush, Prescott S. Brother to one U. Bush, William H. Buster, Prince Legendary pioneer of ska music Butcher, Susan Four-time Iditarod champion dominated the 1,mile sled dog race in the late s Butler, Robert Pulitzer Prize-winning expert on aging who coined the phrase "ageism" Bygraves, Max Veteran British entertainer known for his old-fashioned charm Byrd, Donald Leading hard-bop trumpeter of the s Byrd, Harry F.
Former senator from Virginia Byrd, Robert The longest-serving senator in history Byrne, Jane Chicago's first and only female mayor Cady, Frank Played the general-store owner on "Green Acres" Caesar, Sid Comic genius of s television Cahir, Bill Former journalist who joined the Marines after September 11th Calero, Adolfo Former Nicaragua Contra leader Calero, Miguel Played with Mexican soccer club Pachuca Callahan, James "Jim" Former Kentucky state representative Calley, John Ran three Hollywood studios Camerino, Giuliana Coen Designer credited with making handbags a fashion item Camp, Rick Former Atlanta Braves pitcher Campbell, Bill Philadelphia radio and TV sports announcer Campbell, Carroll Politically savvy former governor who helped make the Republican Party a powerful force in South Carolina Campbell, Delois Legendary gospel singer Campbell, Glen "Rhinestone Cowboy" country singer Campbell, Will D.
Civil rights leader and renegade preacher Camping, Harold Doomsday minister and Christian evangelist Campos, Adriana Popular telenovela actress Camuto, Vince Legendary women's footwear designer Cannell, Stephen J. Cantu, Sandra 8-year-old girl had been missing for several days Capa, Cornell Pioneering photojournalist used his camera to illuminate social and humanitarian causes Caray, Skip Voice of the Atlanta Braves and part of a family line of baseball broadcasters Carey, Harry Character actor whose career spanned over 50 years Carey, Hugh Former New York governor Carey, William Polk Entrepreneur who donated millions to education Carlile, Kaiser Batboy struck in head by practice swing Carlin, George Dean of counterculture comedians was known for his biting insights on life Carmen, Jeanne s pinup and B-movie actress hobnobbed with Frank Sinatra and other stars Caro, Anthony British sculptor of large, abstract steel creations Caroline, J.
Louis Blues Carpenter, Scott 2nd US astronaut in orbit Carr, Charles Drove country music legend Hank Williams on his last trip Carr, Johnnie Prominent civil rights activist over the past half century Carr, Sam Mississippi Delta musician was one of the best blues drummers in the country Carrell, Mike Washington state senator Carrillo Fernandez, Simon Adrian Carrington, Leonora Painter, writer and sculptor considered one of the last of the original surrealists Carson, Joanne Ex-wife of former 'Tonight Show' host Carson, Julia Seven-term Indianapolis Representative Carter, Beverly Realtor who disappeared last week Carter, Don Bowling great during the golden age of the game Carter, Elliott Pulitzer Prize winning classical composer Carter, Gary Hall of Fame major league baseball player Carter, Jack Comedian and actor Carter, Janette The last surviving child of country music's founding Carter Family Carter, Nell Who played the stout, sassy housekeeper on the s sitcom "Gimme a Break!
Carter, Robert Lawyer who worked on Brown v. Artist's illustrations graced "The Shadow" and other sci-fi and mystery publications Carvalho, Beth Brazilian "godmother of samba" Casale, Bob Founding guitarist for Devo Casares, Rick Star running back for the Chicago Bears Cash, June Carter Grammy-winning scion of one of country music's pioneering families and wife of Johnny Cash Cashen, Frank Former Mets general manager Cassady, Carolyn Writer and friend of Jack Kerouac Cassese, Antonio Renowned international law expert prosecuted war crimes Castillo, Kendrick Hero ran towards gunman in Colorado school shooting saving lives Castor, Jimmy Funk and soul saxophonist, singer and songwriter Cathey, Reg E.
Truett Chick-fil-A founder Catlett, Elizabeth Sculptor and printmaker Catlin, Kelly U. Cavanaugh, Christine Prolific voice actress Cecil, Henry One of British horse racing's greatest trainers Cellucci, Argeo Paul Former Massachusetts governor Chabrol, Claude French filmmaker was one of the founders of the New Wave movement Chacon, Bobby Former two-time world boxing champion Challis, John Teen inspired professional sports players with his positive attitude about having cancer Chance, Britton Biophysicist was also an Olympic gold medalist sailor Chance, Dean Cy Young-winning pitcher who palled around with Sinatra Chandnois, Lynn s special teams star for the Pittsburgh Steelers Chapin, Billy Actor was popular as a child in the s Chapot, Frank Equestrian won two silver medals in six Olympics Charles, Ray The Grammy-winning crooner who blended gospel and blues Chartoff, Robert "Rocky," "Raging Bull" movie producer Chase, Leah New Orleans chef perfected Creole cuisine Chaykin, Maury Canadian actor whose career spans 35 years and two countries Chedid, Andree Egyptian-born French poet and writer Chepe, Oscar Espinosa Cuban dissident economist Chereau, Patrice Celebrated French actor and director Chernomyrdin, Viktor Served as Russia's prime minister in the turbulent s Chess, Phil Music exec co-founded the legendary Chess Records label Chestnut, J.
First black lawyer in Selma, Alabama, was prominent in civil rights cases Child, Julia Whose warbling, encouraging voice and able hands brought the intricacies of French cuisine Chiluba, Frederick Zambia's first democratically elected president Chisholm, Shirley An advocate for minority rights who became the first black woman elected to Congress Chopra, Yash Bollywood movie mogul Christensen, Todd Professional football player and sportscaster Christian, Linda Hollywood starlet who became the first Bond girl Christopher, Sybil Theater producer and ex-wife of Richard Burton Church Shooting Victims, Charleston Pastor, 8 others fatally shot at church Ciccone, Don Singer-songwriter who was a member of the Four Seasons Cirillo, Nathan Canadian soldier guarding war memorial Claiborne, Liz Fashion designer's styles became a cornerstone of career women's wardrobes Clancy, Gil Boxing trainer who helped lead Emile Griffith to welterweight and middleweight titles Clark, Guy Country singer-songwriter won a Grammy Award Clark, Huguette Montana copper heiress once lived in the largest apartment on Fifth Avenue Clark, Kelly Attorney fought for childhood victims of sexual abuse Clark, Kenneth B.
An educator and psychologist who spent his life working for racial integration Visionary science fiction writer won worldwide acclaim with more than books Clarke, Robert J. Clarke, Ron Australia's greatest middle distance runner Clarke, Warren British actor Clarke, William "Bunny Rugs" Husky-voiced reggae singer Clauson, Bryan Popular dirt track racer Clements, Bill Former Texas governor Clerides, Glafcos Former Cyprus president Cliburn, Van Internationally celebrated pianist helped thaw the Cold War Coachman Davis, Alice First black woman to win Olympic gold Coase, Ronald Oldest Nobel Prize winner Coates, Anne V.
House member in North Carolina Cochran, Johnnie L. Who became a legal superstar after helping clear O. Cockburn, Alexander Longtime columnist for The Nation magazine Cocker, Joe Award winning British singer Coe, George Veteran film and TV character actor Coe-Jones, Dawn Canadian hall of fame golfer Coffey, J.
Cogdill, Gail Former Detroit Lions wide receiver Cognito, Ian British comedian died on stage during stand-up routine Cohen, Avi Liverpool defender and first Israeli to play in England''s top soccer league Cohen, Carla Co-owner of popular D. Cohen, Leonard Legendary singer-songwriter penned "Hallelujah" Cole, George Veteran British actor known best for "Minder" Cole, Natalie Grammy-winning singer Coleman, Jerry Hall of Fame broadcaster Coleman, Ornette Innovative jazz saxophonist and composer Collapse Victims, Mecca Crane More than 65 people killed in crane accident at mosque Colledge, Cecilia Innovative figure skater was the youngest athlete to compete in the Winter Olympics Collier, Jason Atlanta Hawks center Collins, Bud Sportscaster provided decades of tennis commentary on TV Collins, Jerry Former All Blacks rugby player Collins, Marva Innovative Chicago educator Colmes, Alan Radio and TV political talk show host Colvin, Marie Respected American war reporter Commoner, Barry Scientist and one of the pioneers of the environmental movement Como, Perry Crooning baritone barber known for his relaxed vocals, cardigan sweaters and TV specials Compton, Lynn D.
Kennedy's limousine Acclaimed author of twin novels "Mrs. Bridge" and "Mr. Conner, Bruce Beat-era artist made groundbreaking avant-garde films Connors, Mike Actor starred on the detective series "Mannix" Connors, Tom Country-folk singer and one of Canada's biggest cultural icons Conrad, Paul Political cartoonist who won three Pulitzer Prizes Conroy, Pat Best-selling author drew upon rough childhood experience as military brat Cooley, Denton Surgeon performed world's first artificial heart implant Cooley, E. Cooper, Henry Heavyweight boxer once knocked down Muhammad Ali Cooper, Jackie Won a best actor Oscar nomination at the age of Cope, Myron Screechy-voiced announcer's colorful catch phrases became symbols of the Pittsburgh Steelers Cordice, John W.
Surgeon was part of the medical team that saved Martin Luther King Jr Corey, Mary J. First woman to hold the top editorial post at The Baltimore Sun newspaper Corliss, Richard Time magazine longtime film critic Cornelius, Don "Soul Train" creator and longtime host Coryell, Don NFL coach and a founding father of modern passing game Coryell, Larry Jazz guitarist was known as the Godfather of Fusion Jon Corzine Cossette, John Longtime executive producer of the Grammy Awards Cossiga, Francesco Former President of Italy Costanza, Margaret Veteran political activist and women's rights champion Cotton, Dorothy Civil rights pioneer worked alongside the Rev.
Cotton, James Legendary blues harp player won a Grammy in Courreges, Andre French fashion designer and miniskirt pioneer Court, Hazel English actress starred in popular horror movies of the s and '60s Courtenay, Bryce Best-selling Australian author Covey, Joy Former Amazon executive Covey, Stephen R. Covington, Joey Former Jefferson Airplane drummer Cowan, George Manhattan Project scientist Cowden, Gordon W.
Craig Lewis, Joyce Female Philadelphia firefighter dies in house fire Craighead George, Jean Newbery Medal-winning author Cramer, Richard Ben Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Crane, Phil Former Illinois congressman Crash Victims, Colombia Plane 75 people, including many soccer players, are killed Crash Victims, Colorado Van Amtrak train-van collision leaves 5 dead What is the secret of British plants survival in our harshest of winters? Before you burst with curiosity — let E.
Emmett tell you. Director C. M Pennington Richards. Robin de Courtenay, a Norman noble, is framed by his cousin for murder and so he flees to Nottingham Tue 02 Jul 19 Anne of the Indies Directed by Jacques Tourneur. Rumpole finds himself defending a husband on a charge for murder. Tue 02 Jul 19 Deadly Record Director: Laurence Huntingdon. An airline pilot, falsely accused of his wife's murder, sets out to find who really did it. Tue 02 Jul 19 Invasion Director: Alan Bridges. An English army unit come up against strange beings from another planet who have landed on earth.
Tue 02 Jul 19 Get Some In! Richardson frantically searches the camp when his entire kit disappears. Tue 02 Jul 19 Public Eye Mystery Drama. The Bankrupt. Marker is hired to enquire into the activities of a bankrupt shirt manufacture and uncovers a web of deceit.
Tue 02 Jul 19 Expresso Bongo Director: Val Guest. A sleazy agent discovers a young singer in a coffee house and starts him on the road to stardom. Tue 02 Jul 19 The Servant Director: Joseph Losey. A British aristocrat, hires the mysterious household servant who causes unrest in the household. Tue 02 Jul 19 The Gentle Touch Phillips and Barratt investigate a bizarre marriage. Tasked with finding Hannah Cole, Lt. Smith builds up an intriguing portrait of this woman he has never met. Comedy Western. A corset store owner goes broke and becomes a traveling sales lady in Texas An army wife on a military base tries to solve differences between her young, sensitive son and his brutal father.
Wed 03 Jul 19 The Fabulous Dorseys Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey play themselves in this rise and rise story of the fabulous Dorsey brothers. Wed 03 Jul 19 Freedom Radio Director: Anthony Asquith. A German doctor, disillusioned with Nazi propaganda, creates a secret radio-feed condemning the movement. Wed 03 Jul 19 Piccadilly Incident Director: Herbert Wilcox. A missing Wren returns from a desert isle and finds her husband has a new wife and son. Rumpole defends his cousin after an old lady drowns on his estate Wed 03 Jul 19 Helford Oysters A day in the life of an oyster farmer in Helford, Cornwall in the late s.
Director: Montgomery Tully. To scare up news for his radio program, a reporter solves a murder and finds money missing from a theft. Wed 03 Jul 19 The Flying Scot Director: Compton Bennett. Smith tries to convince the medical officer that he has a problem as the rest deal with Leckie who talks of shooting himself. Directed by Henry Koster. An aeronautical engineer predicts that a new model of plane will fail catastrophically.
Girl In Blue. Marker is hired to discover her whereabouts of a missing Janice Summers, and bring her back home. An alcoholic showgirl is murdered. A man who helped her is the only suspect. Wed 03 Jul 19 Town on Trial Director: John Guillermin. Who's Afraid of Josie Tate?
Maggie reviews evidence when a wife insists on helping her jailed husband get justice. Director: Ida Lupino. Director: Jean Negulesco. A sponge diver on a Greek island discovers a sunken ship filled with artefacts. Directed by Frank Richardson. An old match seller is murdered but it's left to an American gangster to find the killer.
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At a small Californian college Professor life is great until confronted for stealing another identity. Thu 04 Jul 19 Shadow of A Man Crime drama. A town drunk is found dead and the police suspect murder. Starring Paul Carpenter. Directed by Robert Siodmak. A young mute woman is frightened by a maniac who is killing off people with disabilities Thu 04 Jul 19 After The Ball The biographical telling of the great music hall singer Vesta Tilley, who married into the nobility.
Thu 04 Jul 19 Meet Me Tonight Directed by Anthony Pelissier. Director: Gay Ashby. A man offers a young woman a lift, only to discover later that she went missing two years ago. Thu 04 Jul 19 The Winslow Boy Directed by Anthony Asquith. Pre-WW1 England, a youngster is expelled from a naval academy over a theft. His parents demand a trial. Narrated by Orson Welles himself, we look at a weapon come of age, The Tank. Thu 04 Jul 19 Get Some In! At the Hop. Its the boys first night out since training started, unfortunately there is only one place to go.
Directed by John Paddy Carstairs. Three friends plan a fun weekend, but they have surprise company tagging along. Thu 04 Jul 19 Sheffield Anglers in the s — Glimpses Charming documentary made in the s following the exodus of s of men every Sunday from Sheffield to Lincolnshire, Kirkstead for the weekly fishing competition. Thu 04 Jul 19 Public Eye Many a Slip. A routine credit inquiry leads Marker to uncover some strange discoveries concerning an eminent doctor's wife. Directed by Michael Carreras. An East End lad, Alf Hitchens, dreams of hitting the big time in the music business.
Thu 04 Jul 19 Cabaret Finders Keepers. Maggie returns to Seven Dials for the first time since the explosion wrecked her office. S5, E01 Thu 04 Jul 19 Brubaker Director: Stuart Rosenberg. The new warden of an Arkansas prison farm attempts to clean up the corruption of the staff Thu 04 Jul 19 Scotland Yard The Drayton Case. Directed by Ken Hughes. The aftermath of a wartime air raid reveals the body of a murdered woman.
Directed by Leslie S. In debt to gamblers, Rodney Richard Hearne agrees to pass as a butler at a gambling party. Director: Maclean Rogers. Four of Somerset Maugham's stories brought to the screen. Fri 05 Jul 19 Melody Directed by Waris Hussein. Two youngsters declare to their parents they want to get married as soon as possible.
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Fri 05 Jul 19 Doublecross Director Anthony Squire. Director: Thomas Hamilton. Fri 05 Jul 19 Scotland Yard The Missing Man. The Dream of a Retired Vicar's wife sets police on the trail of a man who has been missing since Lillys superior attitude gets him, and everybody else, in trouble.
Director: Robert D Webb. At the end of the Civil War, a Confederate team is ordered to rob a Union payroll train. Fri 05 Jul 19 Monte Carlo Rally Feel the excitement build and meet the star drivers of Follow the journey through each country to the finish line and watch the win for B. Fri 05 Jul 19 Public Eye Podmore's Cat. Marker is hired to babysit Mrs Podmore's pet cat, Bertie. But things have a way of turning awkward. Fri 05 Jul 19 Nosferatu The Vampyre Director: Werner Herzog.
Directed by Alan Cooke. Director: Sidney Gilliat. Due to boredom, John spends his time daydreaming of affairs with attractive women. Fri 05 Jul 19 The Gentle Touch Losers Weepers. Maggie and her colleagues are on the trail of forged bank notes that have fallen into the wrong hands S5, E02 Fri 05 Jul 19 Fools Rush In Director: Victor H. A ship with a cargo full of diamonds gets taken over by pirates. Starring Barbara Stanwyck. Nora attempts to lead a quiet life away from the political chaos of the Easter Rebellion that has engulfed Ireland and her home city.
Directed by John Ford. Director: Bernard Miles. The staff of an engineering firm take over after going on strike. Sat 06 Jul 19 The Frightened City British Noir film about extortion rackets and gang warfare in the West End of London. The Shadows had a hit single with main theme. Sat 06 Jul 19 90 Degrees South Director: Herbert G. Stars: F. Evans, Herbert G. Ponting, Robert Falcon Scott. A record of Captain Scott's South Pole expedition. Sat 06 Jul 19 Crossroads to Crime Director: Gerry Anderson.
Stars Anthony Oliver, Arthur Rigby. A PC suspects that a gang of lorry hijackers, operating from a transport cafe, is behind a series of vehicle thefts. Sat 06 Jul 19 The Square Peg Norman gets drafted and is mistakenly parachuted into Nazi occupied France. Director: Anthony Pelissier. After receiving a rocking horse, a child is able to pick winning horses at the racetrack Sat 06 Jul 19 Forbidden Directed by George King. An ex-serviceman plans to escape his faithless wife. Sat 06 Jul 19 Doublecross Directed by Bryan Forbes.
Director Robert Wise. Sat 06 Jul 19 The Sand Pebbles Sat 06 Jul 19 Belle Starr Directed by Irvin Cummings. A southern beauty, indignant at her treatment by the Yankees, marries a confederate guerrilla. A small town gets dragged out into space and the populace try to organise a local government based on equal rights for all.
Controversy stirs in a village when a Lady is rescued at sea and the men begin vying for her affections Sun 07 Jul 19 Ambush In Leopard Street Crime Thriller. A retired thief forms a gang for one last job, a diamond shipment. With good locations and a British cast it's an enjoyable British B film. Mystery drama. A group of people search for Nazi treasure hidden in the Alps. Sun 07 Jul 19 Scotland Yard Director: Richard Fleischer. Sun 07 Jul 19 Boy on A Dolphin Director: Harold French. The honourable Mark St. Henry is a mild man who writes adventure stories for his girls.
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The big day has finally arrived! Director Ken Annakin. The Huggetts have a telephone installed, along with a niece who causes disruption when she turns up. A ghost detective named Carnacki investigates the haunting of a country house that threatens a wedding Sun 07 Jul 19 Yield to the Night Director: J Lee Thompson. A condemned murderess relives key events while waiting for the hangman's noose.
Director: Ralph Thomas. A British MP faces the choice of his career or the woman he loves. Comedy, Drama. Directed by Jack Lemmon. To avoid settling in a nursing home, a retired salesman, is obliged to leave his son's family. Sun 07 Jul 19 Anne of the Indies Director: Lewis Allen. Three gangsters trap a family in their own house, with the intention of killing the president of the USA.
Lovely footage a of charity celebrity Tea Party with Vera Lynn as the star guest. See who you can spot among the celebrity guests? Reporter Joe Jeff Morrow finds his wife is the prime suspect in a murder investigation. Crime drama directed by Vernon Sewell. A husband plots to kill his rich wife. Does he have the perfect alibi? Starring Derek Bond and Hugh Latimer.
Director: Leslie Arliss. Two school teachers take refuge in an isolated house in the Yorkshire Moors when a storm breaks. Directed by John Gilling. Pirates force Jonathon to lead them to his settlement after hearing about hidden treasures. Directed by Henry Cass. A salesman who learns he has months to live cashes in his savings to live in a fancy hotel.
Mon 08 Jul 19 90 Degrees South Mon 08 Jul 19 Get Some In! Picket Detail. Director John Baxter. In s Salford, Harry Hardcastle and his sister, Sally, both, in their different ways, fall victim to poverty. Mon 08 Jul 19 Public Eye The Man Who Said Sorry. An oddly-dressed man visits Marker, insisting he is the only man capable of helping him.
After an expose article is published, an MP dies in mysterious circumstances. Mon 08 Jul 19 The Gentle Touch Do It Yourself. Alexander Korda's film for the British war effort shows the world both at peace and on the verge of Nazi domination. Director: James Parrott. Laurel and Hardy deliver a piano, but struggle to carry it up a flight of stairs.
A Merton Park Studios Production. A young artist is almost driven to murder from the pressures of living in the Glasgow slum area. A man believes that his son's death was not just a straightforward boating accident. When Peter Weston returns to England he finds that Daisy, a tame alligator, has been left in his care. Tue 09 Jul 19 Second Woman James V Kern. An architect's fiancee is killed in a mysterious car accident on the night before their wedding… Subtitles Available Tue 09 Jul 19 I'll Be Seeing You Directed by William Dieterle.
Directed by Roy Boulting. A British politician's liberal views become more conservative with his steady rise to power Tue 09 Jul 19 s Celebrity Tea Party From the private collection of Richard Hearne. Released from prison, Pinky Richard Jordan vows to go straight, but after taking a maintenance job, he attracts a lot of attention. A Charming short film made in following London workers on their weekends in the country. Tue 09 Jul 19 Public Eye Horse and Carriage. Marker finds the season of goodwill a little hard to bear when a husband hires Marker to investigate his wife.
Tue 09 Jul 19 Man in the Middle Director: Guy Hamilton. Director: Michael Winner. Four marathon runners from different countries prepare to compete in the Olympics. The Conference. Scientists are looking for the perfect man to send to the moon. Tue 09 Jul 19 Suddenly Subtitles Available Tue 09 Jul 19 River of Steel Made in a beautiful animation directed by Peter Sachs, summarising the manufacture of steel and a humorous glimpse of a world suddenly deprived of its steel. Stars Edward G. A visiting American engages in a bold business promotion, the likes of which the British have never seen.
This episode also guest stars Russell Nype and Eileen Ryan. Wed 10 Jul 19 The Gay Dog Director: Maurice Elvey. A Miner tries to increase his dog's odds at a big greyhound race Wed 10 Jul 19 Encore Three short stories by W. Somerset Maugham. Wed 10 Jul 19 Idol On Parade Newley is a pop singer called up to serve in the British army. Wed 10 Jul 19 Scotland Yard The Candlelight Murder. An inspector unmasks the killer of an elderly hermit. A British foreign correspondent, forced out of Norway, returns to the occupied Scandinavian country. Wed 10 Jul 19 Glimspes of a s Driving Lesson Shot around Wiltshire in the late s, we travel around the streets of the s towns with our instructor in our morris minor.
Incredible shots of a way of life long gone. Wed 10 Jul 19 The Ugly Duckling Directed by Lance Comfort. Henry is an outsider waiting for a purpose in life until he discovers a formula. Wed 10 Jul 19 Get Some In! Christmas at the Camp. When 9-year-old Jennifer's parents get divorced, she is sent to a centre for maladjusted children. Wed 10 Jul 19 Public Eye A Family Affair. Marker is hired to find out if a woman put pressure on her deceased employer to leave her his entire wealth.
Wed 10 Jul 19 Scream of Fear Directed by Seth Holt. After 10 years, Penny returns to her father's home and is convinced something is amiss. Directed by Edmond T. Paul, a divorcee, marries a French lady but his daughter is determined to spoil the relationship. Wed 10 Jul 19 The Gentle Touch The Good, the Bad and the Rest. Maggie tries to help when Steve learns of criminal activity at his college.
Director: J. Lee Thompson. In British India, a prince must be taken to safety across a rebel-held territory. Wed 10 Jul 19 Lena Rivers Young Lena, born out of wedlock, goes to live with a rich uncle, but his wife and daughter don't like her one bit. Wed 10 Jul 19 Salmon Fishing Industry Insightful public information film made in the s possibly earlier following salmon fishing from stream to the plate and everything in-between.
Starring Jon Pertwee and Sid James. A cartoonist finds it impossible to concentrate on his next commission Thu 11 Jul 19 Treasure Hunt Director: John Paddy Carstairs. After reading Sir Roderick Lyall's will, the family learn they are short on money. Thu 11 Jul 19 River of Steel Made in a beautiful animation directed by Peter Sachs, summarising the manufacture of steel and a humorous glimpse of a world suddenly deprived of its steel. Thu 11 Jul 19 The Price of Silence Roger forges a new life for himself after his release from prison.
But his past catches up with him. Thu 11 Jul 19 The Bargee Directed by Duncan Wood.
Stars Harry H. The film charts the course of love of a Casanova who lives and works on the canals, breaking hearts. A converted bedsit hosts many people including student Jan and the secretive Tony. Thu 11 Jul 19 Man of the Moment Director: Carol Reed. A boy, who is heartbroken when his pet chicken disappears, buys a goat believing it is a unicorn. The empty market in the early morning; barrows being wheeled in, people bringing their goods in taxis, others carrying parcels. Thu 11 Jul 19 Public Eye The Golden Boy. Marker investigates why a man who had everything gave it all up and disappeared.
Thu 11 Jul 19 The Raging Moon Bruce is paralysed after his brother's wedding. Rejected by his family, he is placed in a nursing home. Thu 11 Jul 19 Life at the Top Director: Ted Kotcheff. Mad Dog. Animal rights campaigners free dogs from a lab, but fail to realise that one of the dogs is dangerously ill S5, E06 Thu 11 Jul 19 Hell is a City A Manchester police inspector becomes obsessed with a criminal who broke out of prison.
Depicts the lives of the inhabitants in a boarding house. It was the last appearance of Mabel Poulton and the last to be directed by Walter West. The docks, the cars, a barge on the Thames, big ships docking, Tower Bridge and ending up inside Westminster Abbey. Fri 12 Jul 19 Our Girl Friday Director, Noel Langley. A British cast lead this story about a shipwrecked group on a tropical island.
Fri 12 Jul 19 Some People Directed by Clive Donner. The story of three teenaged tearaways who find themselves at odds with society Subtitles Available Fri 12 Jul 19 Brandy for the Parson A young couple on a boating holiday off the Kent coast get caught up in a smuggling racket. Tony is in trouble, and the only person he can talk to is Jan, but she has other plans for him.
Fri 12 Jul 19 Remembering Kenneth More Nick Pourgourides, a devoted fan and keeper of many of Kenneth's items from his private collection, introduces us to photographs and objects form Kenneth's home. Fri 12 Jul 19 North West Frontier Take Two. Well-known faces from much loved British films and classic television shows talk about their lives and careers in the business. Fri 12 Jul 19 Get Some In! Director: Henry Cornelius. Alan and Ambrose are not going to let friendship get in the way of winning the London to Brighton rally. Subtitles Available Fri 12 Jul 19 Remembering Kenneth More Nick Pourgourides, who has been honoured with looking after some of Kenneth's most treasured possessions, talks us through more photographs, awards and memories from Kenneth's life and career.
Fri 12 Jul 19 Public Eye The Windsor Royal. Marker is hired to find a new breed of rose that has disappeared Fri 12 Jul 19 The Comedy Man Directed by Alvin Rakoff. A story of a girl's awakening from childhood. Fri 12 Jul 19 The Gentle Touch Wise Child. When a well-dressed con man begins harassing a rich middle-aged widow, Maggie doubts he's up to much good S5, E07 Fri 12 Jul 19 The Early Bird Directed by Robert Asher.
Norman is the assistant helping to run a small dairy which is threatened by a larger, modern organisation. Fri 12 Jul 19 Public Nuisance No. A young man goes to work as a waiter in a French hotel in this early British comedy with music. Director: Thomas Carr. Scarlett returns to France to find the Duke of Corlaine seizing property and terrorizing those who resist. Sat 13 Jul 19 Hawkeye Hawkeye's Homecoming. Directed by Sidney Salkow. Hawkeye finds out that his brother has joined the British army and is now a 'redcoat'. Director by John Gilling. The British army must fight off the rampaging locals in 's India.
Sat 13 Jul 19 The Early Bird Sat 13 Jul 19 Malta Story Director: Brian Desmond Hurst. Sat 13 Jul 19 The Traitors Directed by Robert Tronson. Espionage story telling how British and U. Sat 13 Jul 19 Love on the Dole Sat 13 Jul 19 The Shillingbury Blowers The arrival of a pop star and his wife, upsets the status quo of the Shillingbury village brass band.
Sat 13 Jul 19 The Tamarind Seed Directed by Blake Edwards. On a Caribbean holiday, a British civil servant begins falling in love with a Russian agent. Subtitles Available Sat 13 Jul 19 Minesweeper A former naval deserter is drawn back to the services after the attack on Pearl Harbour. Sat 13 Jul 19 Lifetime Of Comedy Set in 19th Century France, The country's conniving chief minister will stop at nothing to gain possession of the sword.
Directed by Sam Newfield. Hawkeye and Chingachgook find a group of new settlers, trapped in the Huron's territory. Directed by George Marshall. Stan convinces Ollie that they should become fishermen, but making a boat seaworthy is not an easy task. Sun 14 Jul 19 The Magnet Directed by Charles Frend. A boy steals a powerful magnet from a younger boy, which gets him into all sorts of trouble. Directed by Jack Couffer. Graham buys a frisky otter but soon realizes that a cramped London bathtub is no place for such a creature.
Pitt This biopic tells the story of the year-old British Prime Minister who served during the Napoleonic era. Director: Lewis Gilbert. Back from a happy honeymoon, the bliss is short-lived when his love of the wireless clashes with Ada's TV addiction S3, E01 Sun 14 Jul 19 Monte Carlo Rally Feel the excitement build and meet the star drivers of Sun 14 Jul 19 John and Julie Director: William Fairchild. This is a heart-warming story about two children who run away to London so they can visit the Queen.
When a priceless gem comes within grasp, detective Horace Dorrington cuts more than a few corners to get his hands on it. Sun 14 Jul 19 Sewers of Gold Crime thriller. A group of fascists plan to finance their work by pulling off a bank robbery. Sun 14 Jul 19 Modesty Blaise A spy spoof in the 60s tradition featuring comic book heroine, Modesty Blaise. Two college students are forced to earn a living by joining a band.
Nominated for 2 Oscars. Sun 14 Jul 19 Juggernaut Director: Henry Edwards. An evil doctor and the greedy wife of a rich man plot to poison him so they can get their hands on his money. The Blazing Caravan. Director: Ken Hughes. A Salesman turns murderer after learning that his client has just won the football pools. S1, E4. An insurance investigator tracks a series of robberies to a gang who are hiding the stolen jewels in the produce of a bakery. First film from Joss Ambler, filmed at Pinewood.
Director: Gordon Parry. A seaman gets cold feet about his wedding when his mother-in-law to be takes control. Mon 15 Jul 19 The Peke Speaks Directed by Widgey R. Comedy documentary with a humorous commentary by Frederick Allen. We follow nearly every dog breed around England and find out who were 'dirty dogs,'. Mon 15 Jul 19 Duel in the Sun When her father is hanged, the beautiful Pearl Chavez goes to live with distant relatives in Texas. A welfare worker becomes emotionally involved with a group of homeless children.
Music by Larry Adler. Mon 15 Jul 19 Blind Corner Director: Lance Comfort. The wife of a blind composer plots to murder her husband after he learns of her affair. Mon 15 Jul 19 Conflict of Wings Directed by John Eldridge. Villagers take action when they find that a nearby RAF station is taking over a much loved bird sanctuary. Mon 15 Jul 19 Get Some In! When Jakey learns his father will be ejected from his house, he takes matters into his own hands.
Directed by Cy Endfield. Mon 15 Jul 19 Public Eye It's a Woman's Privilege. A pleasant visit from Marker's former landlady takes a turn when she tells Marker her problem. Mon 15 Jul 19 Hell Drivers Tom signs up as a 'Hell Driver', but the death-trap roads are the least of his problems. Mon 15 Jul 19 The Birthday Party Directed by William Friedkin.
The down-at-heel lodger in a seaside boarding house is menaced by two mysterious strangers. Mon 15 Jul 19 The Gentle Touch Appearances Can Be Deceptive. Maggie thinks that a woman who has killed her abusive husband acted in self-defence. A Miner tries to increase his dog's odds at a big greyhound race Mon 15 Jul 19 Vacant Possession An estate agent arranges to meet a couple for a viewing at a flat. Formerly 'lost' short. Director: Francis Searle. Criminals kidnap a man's daughter in order to obtain forgery plates which they believe to be in his possession Tue 16 Jul 19 June Allyson Death of the Temple Bay.
Stars: June Allyson and Lloyd Bridges. As sea captain Anderson's vessel is sinking, he begins to question his motives for going down with his ship. Tue 16 Jul 19 Waterloo Road After Jim reports for military duty, he suspects that his bride has been seeing another man. Directed by Terence Fisher. Conway is on trial for the murder of his neurotic wife by means of a sedative overdose.
Tue 16 Jul 19 Blood of The Vampire In the late 19th Century, the anaemic Dr Callistratus is the governor of a brutal penal institution in a remote castle. Tue 16 Jul 19 His Girl Friday Director: Howard Hawks. A newspaper editor tries everything to keep his ace reporter ex-wife from remarrying. Directed by Jeffrey Dell. An inspector hunts a killer who is looking for an actress who witnessed him commit murder Tue 16 Jul 19 Jazz Boat Director Ken Hughes.
An electrician is summoned to assist a gang in a big robbery. Tue 16 Jul 19 Get Some In! Field Exercise. C Flight are dropped 15 miles from home, but with no idea where and must find their way home. A newlywed couple are desperate to get back home after their houseboat runs out of fuel in France. Director: Len Lye. A simple tale of a mother cheering up her daughter with a pie from her rationing-stricken pantry is skilfully crafted into a work of real artistic depth.
Tue 16 Jul 19 Public Eye Madge Reading turns to Marker when she suspects there is another woman in her husband's life. Tue 16 Jul 19 Deadly Affair A British secret agent is puzzled by the sudden suicide of a man he's recently investigated. Tue 16 Jul 19 Malta Story Tue 16 Jul 19 The Gentle Touch Maggie finds that the sophisticated Cecily is dangerous when she uncovers a grim secret. Many famous pieces such as organs, traction engines and roundabouts were exhibited.
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A Chinese missionary comes to England where he helps a young girl who is ill-treated by her father. Captain Matt Holbrook Robert Taylor leads a squad of brave and tough detectives tackling crime. Wed 17 Jul 19 The Purple Plain Director: Robert Parrish. Canadian RAF pilot Forrester is a loner whose bravery can't cover a streak of reckless instability. Wed 17 Jul 19 Passenger to London Director: Lawrence Huntingdon.
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A great B British film. An agent, carrying important papers, is knifed to death on a passenger train. Wed 17 Jul 19 The Jazz Singer A Jewish musician defies his father's wishes in order to realize his dream of becoming a jazz singer Wed 17 Jul 19 Get Some In! Ken falls for Mrs. Young Jim Hawkins has a map to a pirate's buried treasure. Wed 17 Jul 19 Sunday in Southend in — Glimpses A typical sunny Sunday in Southend in , the rides, the trams, the roads, the handkerchiefs on heads, a lot of dodgems, kiss-me-quick hats and the prom, pom, pom with the brass band playing… Wed 17 Jul 19 Public Eye An unconventional vicar brings trouble to Marker.
Wed 17 Jul 19 Venus Peter Director: Ian Sellar. A boyhood in a Scottish fishing town in Fife in the s and s. Wed 17 Jul 19 Capone Director: Steve Carver. The story of the rise and fall of the infamous Chicago gangster Al Capone. Wed 17 Jul 19 The Magnet Fox and Hounds. Maggie is on the case when an old man is mugged and dies from his injuries. A depiction of life in wartime England during the Second World War. Director Humphrey Jennings visits many aspects of civilian life. A gang of street urchins are given jobs by a Head Porter to help his crooked plans succeed.
Director: Walter Lang. Bunny is stuck in a dead-end relationship. Her life is thrown into turmoil when a Computer expert enters it. Thu 18 Jul 19 The Final Test A cricketer looks forward to his last test match, but his son would rather write poetry than watch his innings Thu 18 Jul 19 The Way Ahead After a battalion suffers casualties at Dunkirk, the gaps in the ranks must be filled by 'call-ups'.
Two people who are widely separated by personality and character are brought together by just one factor… Thu 18 Jul 19 John and Julie Thu 18 Jul 19 The Iron Petticoat A female pilot lands a Russian aircraft on German soil after flying off in a rage. Thu 18 Jul 19 Get Some In! Directed by Bob Keen. A sheep farmer and his family fight for their land against the persistent efforts of a land developer.
The Trouble with Jenny. In a dingy hotel, the strange activities of a young female guest come to Marker's attention Thu 18 Jul 19 The Snorkel