Escape (1930) - Early Ealing drama.
Mystery Train (1931)
Money Talks (1932) - British Jewish comedy.
Se also the Divorce of Lady X (1938) and mr. Emmanuel (1944), with a Cushingesque Felix Aylmer.
Bed of Roses (1933)- Dreary 30s drama.
Sequoia (1934) - Proto Disney wildlife.
The Amateur Gentleman (1936)
Bulldog Drummond's Revenge (1937)/Bulldog Drummond's Peril (1938)/Bulldog Drummond in Africa (1938)/Bulldog Drummond's Secret Police (1939)
Tom Sawyer, Detective (1938) - Donald feckin' O'Connor.
The Gaunt Stranger (1938) - Edgar Wallace krimi.
Romance on the Run (1938) - Republic timewaster.
6000 enemies (1939) - Porridge for Pidgeon.
Boy Slaves (1939) - Young prison dash.
Mutiny in the Big House (1939) - Routine prison yarn for Monogram.
The Great Man Votes (1939) - See Staggering Stories of Ferdinand de Bargos clips undubbed!
They Came by Night (1940) - Routine British crime movie with eccentric turns by Will Fyffe and Kathleen Harrison.
Smilin' Through (1941) - Oirish muck.
The Prime minister (1941) - Gielgud is Disraeli. Beat that, Arliss.
Tarzan and the Secret Treasure (1941) - Routine jungler.
I Killed that Man (1941) - Poverty row crimer.
Gallant Lady (1942) - Poverty row time-killer.
See also Dangerous Lady (1941)
They flew alone (1942)
Rationing (1944)/Blonde Inspiration (1941)/Washington Melodrama (1943) - Catching up on the MGM I had missed.
Goupi Mains Rouges (1943) - Routine French drama.
Remarques (1944) - Routine Gabin.
Alaska (1944) - Monogram northern.
The Great Sacrifice (1944) - Colourful Nazi shite.
I live in Grosvenor Square (1945) - Routine propaganda.
See also Great Day (1945)
Beware of Pity (1946) - Routine tearjerker
Suspense (1946)/The Hunted (1948) - Strange, hypnotic ice skating noirs, vehicle for British skater Belita.
Under the Sun of Rome (1948)
Bamboo Blonde (1947)- Routine RKO b musical.
Le Silence est dor (1947) - Chevalier for Clair.
The Imperfect Lady (1947) - Another Britoid music hall drama.
Homesteaders of Paradise Valley (1947) - Republic b-oater.
The Noose Hangs High (1948) - Abbott and Costello go to Eagle-Lion.
It's A Joke, Son (1947) - Forgotten radio character Senator Claghorn, now known only for inspiring Foghorn Leghorn.
This was a Woman (1948) - Routine melodrama with Sonia Dresdel.
See also the Third Visitor (1951)
State Peniteniary (1950) - Routine Warner Baxter classic.
Southside 1-1000 (1950) - Undistinguished AA noir.
Cargo to Capetown (1950) - Routine shipbound melodrama.
Volcano (1950) - Routine Anna Magnani melo.
Whistle at Eaton Falls (1951) - Routine drama with Lloyd Bridges.
The Lady and the Bandit (1951) - Louis Hayward is Dick Turpin.
Pride of St. Louis (1951) - Dreary baseballer.
Guilty Bystander (1951) - Routine poverty row noir.
Man Trap (1952) - Hammer quota quickie noir with Paul Henreid.
Last Train from Bombay (1952) - Routine colonial tosh.
Target Hong Kong (1953) - Typical yellow peril.
City of Shadows (1955 )-Republic toh with Victor McLaglen.
Let's be Happy (1957) - Forgettable Edinburgh-set musical.Surprisingly, no Finlay Currie, John Laurie or Duncan Macrae, but you do get Gordon Jackson singing in a kilt.
Hong kong Confidential (1958) - Faux-quota quickie proto-Adventurer tripe with Gene Barry as a club singer/spy trying to find an Arab prince.
Fate of a Man (1959)
il Vedovo (1959)
The Immoral Mr. Teas (1959) - Barely immoral.
Karate Hand of Death (1961) - Rubbish would be kung fu.
So Evil, So Young (1961) - Reform schooler Danziger's style.
The Nun and the Sergeant (1961) - Heaven knows Mr. Allison with added Japanese schoolgirls.
The L Shaped Room (1962) - Brock Peters actually sounds Mancunian when he's supposed to be from the Caribbean, but when your costar is Pat Phoenix, it's hard not to.
The Wild and the Willing (1963) - McShane and Hurt and Brett drink.
Do you know this Voice (1964) - Interesting quickie with Isa Miranda and Dan Duryea in the Uk suburbs.
None but the Brave (1966) - Toho war fare, weirdly directed by Frank Sinatra.
The Master Demon (1991)/Sword of Heaven (1985) - Low budget American attempts at Asian action fantasy. Sword at least has a Belfast sidekick.
First Surrender (1971) - Undistinguished giallo with Javier Bardem's ma.
Sweet Jesus Preacherman (1972) - Why the hell did MGM buy this?
Midnighter (1973) - Charming Lithuanian kidvid.
Catherine and Co (1973) - Somehow charming, thanks to Jane Birkin.
Simona (1974) - Laura Antonelli bullfighting vehicle.
The Astrologer (1975) - The greatest Republic Pictures revival attempt/vanity project ever set in Glasgow.
Crypt of Dark Secrets (1976) -
Polk County Pot Plane (1977)
The Bodyguard (1978) - Dodgy Americanisation starring Chiba as himself?!?
Burnout (1979) - Tired racing picture.
Improper Channels (1981) Dreary Canuck drama. See also Friends, Lovers and Lunatics (1989)
Moonlight Mask (1982) - Ropey Japanese motocross Lone Ranger.
Hearts and Armour (1983) - Excalibritta!
Dream One/Nemo (1984) - Curiously overlooked in terms of 80s comic book movies, a weirdsville Boorman-produced Film on Four Europudding starring Jason Connery as Little Nemo, with Mathilda May, Carole Bouquet, Harvey Keitel, Nipsey Russell,
POW The Escape (1986) - Routine Cannon fare.
War Dog (1987) - Swedish actioner.
Berserker (1987) - Faux-Scando slasher.
Death Run (1987) - Amateur but ambitious Michael J Murphy post-apocalyptica.
Hollow Gate (1988) - PM slasher schlock. The one highlight is one of the actors is named George Cole. Not Arfur, sadly.
Savage Justice (1988) - The sensei/monk looks like Ken Morley.
Lily was Here (1988) - Remembered only for the Dave Stewart theme.
Never Say Die (1988) - Saw an edited version of this. Tightened but it seemed to go in circles. Temeura Morrison an interesting tough guy.
Traxx (1988)/Action USA (1989) - Texan madness.
Riverbend (1989) - 60s set southern drama, an interesting but flawed vehicle for Steve James, at last given a starring role.
Hell High (1989) - Dreary not-Canadian-but-cold slasher.
Rescue Force (1990) - Like an Andy Sidaris film seemingly on no budget, but with foreign locale shooting.
Baby Brown (1990) - Ifrikan copshite.
Beastmaster 2 (1991) - Initially cheeseball fun, soon tails off.
Lena's Holiday (1991) - Slightly erotic unfunny romcom.
Nothing but Trouble (1991) - Oh, Dananananaykroyd, what were you thinking?
Evil Toons (1992) - Grim Fred Olen Ray film.
Leprechaun (1993) - Surprisingly fun.
The Gifted (1993) - Ambitious indie African-American alien invasion film.
Night Train to Venice (1993) - Supernatural erotic thriller made by Cannon, that yes, Hugh Grant regrets.
Monolith (1993) - Sub-Glickenhaus actioner starring Bill Paxton. John Hurt must have done this for lager money (knowing his career, a big bottle of Lamot)
Deadfall (1993) - Coppola family gettogether.
Death Machine (1994) - Stephen Norrington, having worked on Hardware decides to make his own-faux-Richard Stanley film. It's glossy, it has Hootkins, it's 2000 AD-y Fauxmerican dystopia, but it hurts me to say this, it's sillier than Hardware. Rather too po-faced yet at the time goofball.
Four Rooms (1995) - Technically part of the Roald Dahl cinematic canon, doomed to be confused with Blame It on the Bellboy.
Mother Night (1996)
I woke Up Early the day I died (1996) - Billy Zane IS Ed Wood.
The Impostors (1998) - A great underrated comedy. Platt and Tucci should have made more of these films. A discovery?
Pi (1998) - More paper than tin.
Breakfast of Champions (1999) - watched this alongside The Last Days of Frankie the Fly (1996), and the two kind of blended.