Film Four & Film Four +1 10-08-09


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FilmFour (last updated Mon 10 Aug 2009, 05:25 BST)


11.00am
The Man in Grey (PG) 1943 An aristocratic girl extends the hand of charity to an impoverished friend who responds by trying to steal her husband. Period drama, starring James Mason, Phyllis Calvert, Margaret Lockwood and Stewart Granger (888)

1.25pm
Night Train to Munich (U) 1940 A British secret agent goes undercover in Germany to rescue a Czech scientist and his daughter from the Nazis. Spy thriller, starring Rex Harrison, Margaret Lockwood and James Harcourt (888)

3.15pm
The Riddle of the Sands (PG) 1978 An English yachtsman sailing round the coast of Germany in 1901 encounters a naval officer who has betrayed his country. Enlisting the aid of a friend, he discovers a plan by Kaiser Wilhelm to invade Britain which they are the only ones in a position to stop. Spy thriller, starring Simon MacCorkindale, Michael York and Jenny Agutter (888)

5.15pm
The Wrong Arm of the Law (U) 1962 A criminal mastermind joins forces with Scotland Yard and the best of Britain's crime bosses to stop a gang of Australian crooks disguised as coppers from taking over the London underworld. Comedy, starring Peter Sellers, Lionel Jeffries, Nanette Newman, Bernard Cribbins, Dennis Price and John Le Mesurier (888)

7.05pm
Revenge of the Pink Panther (U) 1978 Bumbling Inspector Clouseau's adventures seem to have come to an end when he is declared dead. However, the disaster-prone detective is really alive and well, and takes advantage of everyone assuming he has died to launch an undercover investigation into his own murder, adopting a variety of cunning disguises. Comedy sequel, starring Peter Sellers, Herbert Lom, Burt Kwouk and Dyan Cannon (888)

9.00pm
Crash (15) 2004 The lives of a cultural cross-section of Los Angeles residents converge as a series of crashes and crimes occurs during a turbulent 36 hours in the city. Paul Haggis's directorial debut and Oscar-winning drama, starring Sandra Bullock, Matt Dillon, Don Cheadle, Thandie Newton and Brendan Fraser (888)

11.10pm
Kiss of the Dragon (18) 2001 Chinese police officer Liu Jian travels to Paris in search of the head of an international drug ring. However, his target is a corrupt cop, who promptly frames him for murder. Fighting to clear his name, the officer finds an unlikely ally in an American prostitute who offers to testify against the crooked detective in return for help in rescuing her daughter. Martial arts adventure, starring Jet Li and Bridget Fonda (888)

1.05am
From the Life of the Marionettes (18) 1980 A man unable to cope with his frustrations at his unhappy marriage becomes increasingly warped, ultimately raping and murdering a prostitute. As he reflects on the events that have brought him to this hideous act, police officers investigating the case try to build a psychological profile of the killer. Ingmar Bergman's drama, a sequel to Scenes From A Marriage, starring Robert Atzorn and Christine Buchegger

3.10am
Tony Scott Interview The director of Top Gun and True Romance discusses his remake of Seventies thriller The Taking of Pelham 123

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