GREAT OLD MOVIES will be back in the new year! Happy Holidays everyone!
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|Fredric March and Kim Novak|
|Novak and March|
Lord Terence Datchett (Stewart Granger of Footsteps in the Fog) is a confirmed, rather misogynous bachelor who at the opening helps a friend run away from his own wedding. When Terence learns that French film star Colette Marley (Edwige Feuillere) is bored with men and only wants to be "left alone" to write her memoirs, he offers her his estate, but pretends he is not Lord Datchett but only the estate agent. When Colette learns that the deceptive Terence plans to prove that she is definitely not bored with men, she decides to turn the tables on him. Bolstering one conspiracy after another are butler Jameson (Ronald Squire), Colette's maid. Clair (Jeanne De Casalis), the stableman, and Terence's lovely mother, Lady Datchett (Mary Jerrold).
|Martin Sheen and Patty Duke|
|Alexandra Powers and Jason London|
|Albert Finney and Martin Sheen|
LOOPHOLE (1981). Director: John Quested.