An intimate and compelling documentary on the life and career of the British 1930s Hollywood screen idol, who starred in The Scarlet Pimpernel and Gone with the Wind. He may have been working for British Intelligence in the 1940s. The director, Thomas Hamilton, will present his film and take part in a question and answer session.


All Screenings

Sunday 14 January


DIRECTOR: Thomas Hamilton

FEATURE TIME: 1hr 34mins
TICKET PRICE All twelve shows (some including a short film) can be seen at the Garden City Cinema Screen 3 at Campus West for a membership fee of just £40 (students £20). There is nothing else to pay. Non-members may attend any show, as guests, for £6. All shows are on Sundays, and start at 7.30pm. For information about joining, call the Membership Secretary, Viv Wearing on 01707 323826, visit the society’s website at, or just come along to any show.
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