Tag: Peter Vaughan

Valentino | 1977 | Rudolf Nureyev, Leslie Caron,

Ken Russell’s biopic of Rudolph Valentino, one of the silent era’s greats, is not a patch on the numerous biographies with which he made his name in the early 1970s. Told in flashback at Valentino’s funeral, this episodic film...

Rotten to the Core | 1965 | Charlotte Rampling, Anton Rodgers

A gang of inept crooks, led by Anton Rodgers as The Duke, set up a fake health clinic in an elaborate attempt to rob an army payroll worth £3million, but find their caper foiled by a hypochondriac police officer, played by Thorley Walters. cast...



The Viewer's Guide to Film intends to be a comprehensive guide to the very best of cinema from the earliest silent era, through to the golden age of Hollywood and on to today's biggest blockbusters.

Each entry on the site includes a capsule review/plot overview, along with cast and crew credits, images and trailers where available.