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Duration: 2 hours, 9 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One North WestLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales

Entertaining Oscar-winning story set in 1930s Illinois, in which two con men set up an elaborate betting scam to fleece a big-time crook. Show more

Contributors

Henry Gondorff:
Paul Newman
Johnny Hooker:
Robert Redford
Doyle Lonnegan:
Robert Shaw
Lieutenant William Snyder:
Charles Durning
Kid Twist:
Harold Gould

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Duration: 2 hours

First broadcast: on BBC One WalesLatest broadcast: on BBC One Yorks & Lincs

Divers David Sanders and Gail Burke discover a sunken treasure off the Bermuda Coast. They also find a stash of narcotics. They must avoid the traffickers who stashed the drugs. Show more

Contributors

Romer Treece:
Robert Shaw
David Sanders:
Nick Nolte
Henri Cloche:
Louis Gossett Jr
Adam Coffin:
Eli Wallach
Director:
Peter Yates

Duration: 2 hours, 23 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One CambridgeshireLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales

Gripping action thriller about an international terrorist organisation which plans a massacre at the Superbowl, with the help of a deranged war veteran and an airship. Show more

Duration: 1 hour, 59 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two England

Action-packed sequel to The Guns of Navarone. A crew of commandos is dropped behind enemy lines in an attempt to blow up a bridge vital to the Nazi war effort. Show more

Contributors

Mallory:
Robert Shaw
Maritza:
Barbara Bach
Miller:
Edward Fox
Lescovar:
Franco Nero
Petrovitch:
Alan Badel
Schroeder:
Michael Byrne
Sgt Bauer:
Michael Sheard
Director:
Guy Hamilton

Duration: 2 hours, 14 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Two HD

Robert Shaw stars in this big-screen biography of maverick American Civil War general George Armstrong Custer, who met his end at Little Big Horn. Show more

Contributors

General George Armstrong Custer:
Robert Shaw
Elizabeth Custer:
Mary Ure
Major Marcus Reno:
Ty Hardin
Captain Benteen:
Jeffrey Hunter
Chief Dull Knife:
Kieron Moore
Sergeant Patrick Mulligan:
Robert Ryan
Executive Producer:
Irving Lerner

Duration: 1 hour, 55 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Two England

Multi-award winning historical drama about Sir Thomas More's refusal to acknowledge Henry VIII's break with the Roman Catholic Church. Starring Paul Scofield. Show more

Contributors

Sir Thomas More:
Paul Scofield
Lady Alice:
Wendy Hiller
Thomas Cromwell:
Leo McKern
King Henry VIII:
Robert Shaw
Margaret:
Susannah York
Richard Rich:
John Hurt
Duke of Norfolk:
Nigel Davenport
Will Roper:
Corin Redgrave
Cardinal Wolsey:
Orson Welles

Duration: 1 hour, 58 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two EnglandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Superspy James Bond finds his life under threat when he aids a beautiful Russian defector being used as a pawn by international crime syndicate SPECTRE. Show more

Duration: 2 hours, 17 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two EnglandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Wales HD

Richard Attenborough's biopic recounting the eventful early life of Winston Churchill, including his time as a war correspondent in Africa. With Simon Ward and Anne Bancroft. Show more

Contributors

Winston Churchill:
Simon Ward
Lord Randolph Churchill:
Robert Shaw
Lady Jennie Churchill:
Anne Bancroft
General Kitchener:
John Mills
Mr Welldon:
Jack Hawkins
George E Buckle:
Ian Holm
General Bindon Blood:
Patrick Magee
Captain Aylmer Haldane:
Edward Woodward
David Lloyd George:
Anthony Hopkins
Captain, 35th Sikhs:
Peter Cellier
Adjutant, 35th Sikhs:
Ronald Hines
Mrs Everest:
Pat Heywood
Lord Salisbury:
Laurence Naismith
Joseph Chamberlain:
Basil Dignam
Headmaster:
Robert Hardy
Officer on Train:
James Cosmo
Party Chairman:
Norman Bird
Prince of Wales:
Reginald Marsh
Major Finn:
Thorley Walters
Pamela Plowden:
Jane Seymour
Captain Weaver:
Dinsdale Landen
Sikh Soldier:
Dino Shafeek
Producer:
Carl Foreman