Alice's Adventures in WonderlandJanuary 1, 1972
An all-star cast highlights this vibrant musical adaptation of Lewis Carroll's immortal tale. One day, plucky young Alice follows a white rabbit down a hole and discovers a world of bizarre characters.
The Trojan WomenSeptember 26, 1971
The women of Troy face enslavement after the fall of their city.
The Man Who Watched Trains Go ByJune 5, 1953
A meek teller thinks he's killed his boss. He flees with a box of cash hoping for a new life with his younger mistress.
Goodbye GeminiSeptember 23, 1970
Unnaturally close, jet-setting twins become enmeshed in the Swinging London scene, where their relationship is strained after they befriend a predatory hustler and his girlfriend.
The StatueJanuary 27, 1971
Bolt, a British linguist, develops a universal language, so he's a sudden sensation and receives a Nobel prize. An ambitious diplomat, capitalizing on Bolt's celebrity, arranges for the U.S. to commission a statue for a London square to honor Bolt's achievement. Bolt's Italian wife, a renowned artist, sculpts an 18-foot nude of Bolt. In a pique, because he's neglected her for years to do his work, she gives the statue a spectacular phallus, telling Bolt that he wasn't its model. Thinking he's a cuckold, Bolt goes on a jealous search for a man matching the statue. The diplomat, too, wants changes in the statue to protect his conservative image. Can art and love reconcile?
Say Hello to YesterdayJanuary 31, 1971
Approaching middle-age and stuck in an unfulfilled marriage, a suburban British housewife (Jean Simmons) allows herself a sexual fling with a brash young hunk (Leonard Whiting) she meets on a commuter train. Directed by Alvin Rakoff, this 1971 drama also stars Evelyn Laye.