Spencer Tracy's Father of the Bride (Again)... A controversial film from the late 60s tells how after a whirlwind holiday romance, a white American woman brings home her African American fiance to meet her liberal parents.
Killing time with the Morgan family at Christmas... The Morgan sisters return to the family home for Christmas, as their estranged father is worried his new wife is trying to kill him.
On the Art of Running Away from Home in the 1970s... A girl and her wee brother run away to New York and hide at the Metropolitan Museum of Art where a statue captures their imagination.
That Scarlett woman puts us through a volley of emotions...
A man marries into a rich family and falls for his brother-in-law's fiancee, but it's not without a hitch.
A Black Comedy sheds light on a grave mystery...
A psychic and her private eye boyfriend hunt down an old lady's nephew who was given up for adoption. Little realising what secrets they will dig up.
Let's hear it for Toni's Boys... Someone is trying to kill Charlie's Angels so he calls on his old friend Toni to get her boys to protect them.
The 1970s Disaster Film Genre takes off to a Flying Start... Burt Lancaster picks the worst time for taking overtime in the first of the Airport movies.
Michael Caine as Alfie, a Cockney cad and a bounder who learns about love, life and more the hard way in 1960s London.
Two Ziegfeld Girls Visit the Island of Make Believe... Mr Roarke, Tattoo and Julie meet the plane with a wannabe cowboy, the devil and some one time Ziegfeld girls take a holiday.