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Local listings for: New York [Set TV Provider]
Thursday, February 11 2016
  • Time Show
    • 7:00am
      The Cruel Sea

      Jack Hawkins stars as a maritime veteran on board an escort vessel, leading his inexperienced new crew into the dangers of the World War Two Atlantic campaigns. Along the way he imparts his knowledge to the brave lads as encounters with the enemy test their mettle. Charles Frend's gritty and realistic action adventure is a rare foray into dramatic features by comedy house Ealing Studios. Also starring Donald Sinden, Stanley Baker and Denholm Elliott

    • 9:35am
      Ticket to Tomahawk

      Likable comedy Western in which the daughter of a railway pioneer sets out to prove her trains can beat a rival's stagecoaches to the same destination. However, the competition soon gives way to dirty tricks and the locomotive passengers - a travelling salesman and a chorus of showgirls - soon get dragged into the conflict. Starring Dan Dailey, Anne Baxter, Arthur Hunnicutt and Walter Brennan. Watch out for a cameo from a very young Marilyn Monroe

    • 11:25am

      Comedy spin-off from the TV series, in which cellmates Fletcher and Godber are coerced into aiding an escape attempt organised by the sinister Grouty (Peter Vaughan). However, they end up struggling to break back in before their absence is detected. Starring Ronnie Barker and Richard Beckinsale, with Fulton Mackay and Brian Wilde reprising their roles as Slade Prison's familiar officers

    • 1:15pm
      Drums Across the River

      Fine Western adventure, with Audie Murphy playing a man who falls foul of a devious criminal, and ends up accused of stealing a shipment of gold. However, he comes up with a scheme to bring the real culprits to justice, but along the way ends up battling personal prejudices and treachery. With Walter Brennan, Lyle Bettger and Hugh O'Brian

    • 2:50pm
      First Daughter

      The daughter of the US president is determined to shake off her VIP status and lead a normal life. She manages to convince her father to allow her to attend college as a normal student, without the secret service constantly following her around. However, she doesn't realise he has persuaded a young special agent to go undercover in the same college - which creates a dilemma when she falls in love with her secret bodyguard. Katie Holmes, Marc Blucas, Michael Keaton and Amerie star in this distinctly average romantic comedy directed by Forest Whitaker

    • 5:00pm
      Zero Dark Thirty

      Dramatised account of the 10 year long hunt for Osama bin Laden. Jessica Chastain, Joel Edgerton and Chris Pratt star.

    • 8:05pm
      Killing Them Softly

      Two small-time crooks rob an illegal poker game run by the Mob. A hitman is sent to resolve the situation by either tracking down the culprits or making an example of the gangster who organised the game, but his decision to involve a washed-up old friend threatens the assignment. Crime thriller, starring Brad Pitt, James Gandolfini and Ray Liotta

    • 9:55pm
      The Evil Dead

      Five teenagers accidentally unleash the powers of darkness while staying in a remote log cabin and face a fight for their lives against evil spirits intent on killing them in a variety of gruesome ways. Cue blood-spattered, gore-oozing, undead mayhem as they engage in a fight to the death - and beyond. Sam Raimi's grisly, legendary low-budget shocker, showing in its full original glory, starring Bruce Campbell, Ellen Sandweiss and Betsy Baker. The movie won cult status, but notoriety was assured when it fell victim to the video nasties censorship campaign in the UK

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