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Special Inspector (U) 1938 A government treasury agent goes undercover to infiltrate a gang of criminals who routinely hijack trucks containing valuable fur. However, his life is placed in danger when his real identity is revealed. Crime drama, starring Charles Quigley and Rita Hayworth

The Bridge on the River Kwai (PG) 1957 Classic Oscar-winning World War Two drama. Alec Guinness stars as a British colonel in a Japanese PoW camp who is ordered to build a railway bridge over the River Kwai, forging a vital link in military communications. Although he refuses to obey at first, he eventually agrees to take the project on but soon becomes obsessed, leading to a dilemma for American soldier William Holden, who's sent to destroy the structure. Jack Hawkins co-stars (888)

The Mark of Zorro (PG) 1974 The masked swashbuckling aristocrat returns from Spain to his native California, where he sets about righting the wrongs committed by a local villain. Remake of the classic 1940 adventure, starring Frank Langella, Ricardo Montalban, Gilbert Roland and Yvonne De Carlo (888)

The Lost World (U) 1960 Claude Rains plays an egocentric Edwardian professor who sets out to prove his theory that dinosaurs still exist in the Amazon. Michael Rennie, Richard Haydn, David Hedison and Jill St John also star in this often thrilling prehistoric adventure, based on Arthur Conan Doyle's classic novel

Just Married (12) 2003 Newlyweds Brittany Murphy and Ashton Kutcher are in for a rude awakening when they jet off on their dream honeymoon. They're looking forward to a relaxing and enjoyable tour of Europe but a series of chaotic events, plus the intervention of the bride's old flame, leaves them at each other's throats and their marriage in tatters. Comedy, with Christian Kane and David Moscow (888)

Pineapple Express Special Seth Rogen, James Franco and Danny McBride discuss their roles in the new comedy Pineapple Express, produced by Judd Apatow

Hostage (15) 2005 A washed-up former hostage negotiator returns to regular police work, but later finds himself forced to draw on his old skills in a bid to save a crooked accountant's children, who have been taken prisoner in their own home by psychotic delinquents. Thriller, starring Bruce Willis, Kevin Pollak, Ben Foster and Jonathan Tucker (888)

Wolf Creek (18) 2005 Three backpackers get stranded in the Australian Outback when their car breaks down, and are assisted by a seemingly friendly local. However, the trio wake the next day to find themselves in a living nightmare as their deranged host shows his violent side. Disturbing horror, loosely based on real-life events. John Jarratt stars as the bloodthirsty maniac, with Nathan Phillips, Cassandra Magrath and Kestie Morassi as his hapless victims

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