Film Four & Film Four +1 29-07-09

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FilmFour (last updated Tue 29 Jul 2009, 05:25 BST)

11.00am Last of the Badmen (PG)
1957 A Chicago detective takes a perilous undercover job in an attempt to capture a gang of crooks who have hit upon a clever money-making scheme spring outlaws from jail and involve them in robberies to put the price on their head up, then kill them and claim the bounty. Western, starring George Montgomery, James Best, Douglas Kennedy and Keith Larsen

12.40pm The Arsenal Stadium Mystery (U)
1939 An amateur football team take on Arsenal for a charity event, only for their star player to drop dead during the game. A dedicated Scotland Yard inspector steps in to investigate and becomes convinced the player was murdered but how remains a mystery. British thriller, starring Leslie Banks, Greta Gynt, Ian Maclean and Esmond Knight

2.25pm Can-Can (U)
1960 A club owner and her boyfriend in 19th-century Paris stage a risque act based on the celebrated dance, only to find themselves threatened with legal action and the prospect of having to close down their establishment. Musical drama, starring Frank Sinatra, Shirley MacLaine, Maurice Chevalier and Louis Jourdan. Featuring songs by Cole Porter, including C'est Magnifique, I Love Paris and Let's Do It

5.00pm Bus Stop (U) 1956 A cafe singer is romantically pursued by a love-struck rodeo cowboy who is determined to win her hand in marriage if only by persistence alone. Comedy drama, starring Marilyn Monroe and Don Murray, with Betty Field and Arthur O'Connell (888) 6.50pm Holy Man (PG)
1998 A TV evangelist is hired to boost the ratings of a downmarket shopping channel but as viewing figures soar and the preacher's fame grows, he begins to realise he is betraying his principles. Satirical comedy, starring Eddie Murphy, Jeff Goldblum, Kelly Preston, Robert Loggia and Jon Cryer

9.00pm Collateral (15)
2004 A taxi driver picks up a sharp-suited fare, and when the first drop-off results in a dead body almost plunging through his windscreen, the passenger reveals himself to be a hitman with four more murders to carry out before the night is over. Michael Mann's thriller set amid the neon lights of night-time Los Angeles, starring Tom Cruise, Jamie Foxx, Jada Pinkett Smith and Mark Ruffalo

11.15pm Vanilla Sky (15)
2001 The laid-back lifestyle of an arrogant New York playboy is shattered when his unstable girlfriend drives off a bridge with him in the car. Although he survives, he struggles to put his life back together in the face of a series of strange events. Cameron Crowe's remake of Spanish thriller Open Your Eyes, starring Tom Cruise, Cameron Diaz, Kurt Russell, Jason Lee and Penelope Cruz, who also appeared in the original

1.50am Timecode (15)
2000 The rock 'n' roll lifestyle of Hollywood provides the backdrop as characters play out everyday relationship traumas and expose the consequences for all concerned. Mike Figgis's drama utilises a split-screen technique to tell four tales simultaneously. Starring Salma Hayek, Saffron Burrows, Holly Hunter and Kyle MacLachlan

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