John Mills - The Screen Icons Collection details
|Starring:||Sarah Miles, Lisa Gastoni, Gilbert Harding, John Mills, Sarah Miles, Hywel Bennett, Jon Finch, Hayley Mills, Robert Beatty, Richard Chamberlain, Elizabeth Sellars, Dirk Bogarde, Richard Attenborough|
|Directors:||Joseph Losey, Roy Boulting, Jay Lewis|
|Genres:||Comedy, Drama, Music/Musical|
The Baby and the Battleship
|15 Disc 1|
The Family Way
|15 Disc 2|
The Gentle Gunman
|15 Disc 3|
It's Great to Be Young
|15 Disc 4|
|Run time:||6 hours 15 minutes|
|Rental release:||01 Oct 2007|
Most helpful review
ExcellentBy Tillyflop (100 reviews) from England , 24 Jul 2008
[Highly rated reviewer]A gentle, well acted film about family life with a good storyline. A way of life that, sadly, is probably gone for ever.
The Family wayBy gothic (96 reviews) from Craigavon , 16 Oct 2009An absolutely fabulous film, if the final scene doesn't bring a tear to your eye you must have a heart of stone.
A fantastic study into family life, alienation, and good old fashioned love story. Worth a watch on so many levels. John Mills is absolutely brilliant, and the rest of the cast compliment him perfectly.
The Family |WayBy berrihert (7 reviews) from Warwick , 28 Jul 2009If you want to know what the early sixties was like this is the PERFECT film!
Tin bath in front of the fire and the naked rear of Haley Mills has a vaguely erotic charm.Liz Frazer in pony skin coat and mini skirt.John Mills is quite superb'Thats life son it'll make you laugh it'll make you bloody cry!'Many other great characters including Wilfred Pickles,Howell Bennet and Keith Barron.
A stylish and excellent film/
the baby and the battle shipBy camberwelle (4 reviews) from Southend-on-Sea , 10 May 2009to appeciate this film you would have to love slapsick humour of this period in film, sorry to say it was not for me
PahahahhaaaarrrBy MrBear (24 reviews) from Tipton , 06 Apr 2009Absolutely LOVED this film.
Think it's great to see films from this generation and compare them to life today. FORGET EASTENDERS...
These are so well written and acted and also contained real issues that DO affect people.
Just got to say, if you like this...then you've got to rent 'Up the Junction'. Loved this film so much...I brought it AND will be buying 'The Family Way' too.
60's styleBy a customer from Doncaster , 04 Dec 2008It just gets better, 60's film, lots of fun, and good actors. Splended.