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(last updated Sun 03 Aug 2008, 05:25 BST)

Escape to Victory (PG) 1981 Michael Caine and Sylvester Stallone are among the Allied PoWs who take to the football field in a bid to escape their German captors and prove their worth on the pitch while they're at it. Stirring World War Two adventure, with Max von Sydow and Daniel Massey. Soccer stars also making appearances include Pele, Bobby Moore, Ossie Ardiles, Mike Summerbee, Russell Osman and John Wark (888)

How to Marry a Millionaire (U) 1953 Fabulous comedy, starring Betty Grable, Marilyn Monroe and Lauren Bacall as gorgeous gold-diggers who rent a luxurious New York apartment as part of a scheme to get their claws into wealthy husbands. The men caught up in their dastardly trap include William Powell, Cameron Mitchell, David Wayne, Rory Calhoun and Fred Clark (888)

When Eight Bells Toll (PG) 1971 A Navy intelligence agent poses as a biologist to investigate the theft of millions of pounds worth of gold bullion, stolen from ships off the British coast. However, his enquiries are met with hostility, especially when he sets his sights on a Greek tycoon who he suspects may be operating as a modern-day pirate. Thriller, starring Anthony Hopkins, Robert Morley and Jack Hawkins. Based on a novel by Alistair MacLean (888)

Carry On Dick (PG) 1974 Lawmen Kenneth Williams and Jack Douglas dedicate themselves to catching cheeky highwayman Sid James, and enlist the help of a local reverend. But little do they realise the pious pastor and his buxom housemaid aren't all they seem. Ribald comedy, notable as being James's final appearance in the long-running franchise, co-starring the usual suspects including Barbara Windsor, Bernard Bresslaw, Joan Sims and Hattie Jacques (888)

Team America: World Police (15) 2004 The classic Thunderbirds TV series provides inspiration for this controversial puppet satire, created and voiced by South Park masterminds Trey Parker and Matt Stone. The action follows a team of heroic do-gooders who spend their days battling evil wherever it lurks but the machinations of devious terrorists and the protests of righteous Hollywood actors prove a considerable challenge (888)

Mr Nice Guy (15) 1997 A drug lord desperately searches for a missing videotape containing evidence that could send him to prison, but his apparently straightforward task soon runs into trouble in the form of high-kicking TV chef Jackie Chan. Expect all manner of seemingly impossible set pieces as Jackie single-handedly defeats the bad guys. Action-packed adventure, with Richard Norton and Miki Lee

Persona (18) 1966 A young nurse takes on the task of looking after an actress who has been struck mute, and takes her to an isolated seaside cottage to recuperate. The caregiver confides in her seemingly sympathetic charge, only to realise that their personalities have become inextricably linked, leading her to a breakdown. Ingmar Bergman's powerful drama, starring Bibi Andersson and Liv Ullmann

Swing (15) 1999 Amiable comedy about a man who learns to play the saxophone while in prison and forms a swing band when he's released only to find his former girlfriend has married the policeman who locked him up in the first place. Hugo Speer stars, alongside singer Lisa Stansfield, holding her own in her first screen role

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