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1. Flyboys (2006)

PG-13 | 140 min | Action, Drama, History

6.5
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47 Metascore

The adventures of the Lafayette Escadrille, young Americans who volunteered for the French military before the U.S. entered World War I, and became the country's first fighter pilots.

Director: Tony Bill | Stars: James Franco, Jean Reno, Jennifer Decker, Scott Hazell

Votes: 40,259 | Gross: $13.08M

2. Fame (1980)

R | 134 min | Drama, Music, Musical

6.6
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58 Metascore

A chronicle of the lives of several teenagers who attend a New York high school for students gifted in the performing arts.

Director: Alan Parker | Stars: Eddie Barth, Irene Cara, Lee Curreri, Laura Dean

Votes: 19,248 | Gross: $0.00M

3. The Avengers (1961–1969)

TV-14 | 60 min | Action, Comedy, Crime

8.2
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A quirky spy show of the adventures of eccentrically suave British Agent John Steed and his predominately female partners.

Stars: Patrick Macnee, Diana Rigg, Honor Blackman, Linda Thorson

Votes: 6,197

4. Coronation Street (1960– )

TV-PG | 30 min | Drama, Romance

5.5
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The U.K.'s longest-running television soap, Coronation Street focuses on the everyday lives of working class people in Manchester, England.

Stars: William Roache, Helen Worth, Sally Dynevor, Simon Gregson

Votes: 4,573

5. An Unmarried Woman (1978)

R | 124 min | Comedy, Drama, Romance

7.1
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A wealthy woman from Manhattan's Upper East Side struggles to deal with her new identity and her sexuality after her husband of sixteen years leaves her for a younger woman.

Director: Paul Mazursky | Stars: Jill Clayburgh, Alan Bates, Michael Murphy, Cliff Gorman

Votes: 4,281 | Gross: $24.00M

6. The Saint (1962–1969)

TV-PG | 50 min | Action, Crime, Drama

7.5
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Simon Templar a wealthy adventurer known as The Saint, travels around in his white Volvo P1800S.

Stars: Roger Moore, Ivor Dean, Leslie Crawford, Justine Lord

Votes: 4,162

7. Emmerdale (1972– )

TV-PG | 30 min | Drama, Romance

4.8
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A soap opera set in a fictional village in the Yorkshire Dales.

Stars: Lucy Pargeter, Mark Charnock, Christopher Chittell, Jeff Hordley

Votes: 2,709

8. The Bill (1984–2010)

50 min | Crime, Drama

6.5
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Uniform officers and detectives from an inner London police station enforce law and order on a day to day basis.

Stars: Graham Cole, Jeff Stewart, Trudie Goodwin, Simon Rouse

Votes: 2,677

9. Holby City (1999– )

TV-PG | 60 min | Drama

5.8
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The everyday lives, professional and personal, of the doctors, nurses and patients who find themselves, for various reasons, in the wards of the frenetic cardiac unit of Holby City General Hospital.

Stars: Hugh Quarshie, Rosie Marcel, Jaye Jacobs, Tina Hobley

Votes: 1,621

10. ChuckleVision (1987–2009)

20 min | Comedy, Family

7.2
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Crazy antics ensue when Barry and Paul Chuckle get into various exaggerated situations.

Stars: Barry Chuckle, Paul Chuckle, Jimmy Patton, Brian Patton

Votes: 1,620

11. The Six Wives of Henry VIII (1970)

540 min | Drama, History, Romance

8.4
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A six-episode dramatization of Henry VIII's relationships with each of his six wives. Each episode is devoted to one wife, and is a complete play in itself.

Stars: Keith Michell, Anthony Quayle, Patrick Troughton, Bernard Hepton

Votes: 1,142

12. Grange Hill (1978–2008)

30 min | Comedy, Drama, Family

7.0
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The long running television series of the Grange Hill Comprehensive School, and the children's everyday lives.

Stars: Stuart Organ, Gwyneth Powell, Lee Cornes, Sally Geoghegan

Votes: 1,081

13. Willie & Phil (1980)

R | 115 min | Comedy, Drama, Romance

6.0
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Remake of Jules et Jim following the experiences over a decade of two friends who fall in love with the same woman, enjoyably satirising the 70's through the search by the three ... See full summary »

Director: Paul Mazursky | Stars: Michael Ontkean, Margot Kidder, Ray Sharkey, Jan Miner

Votes: 389 | Gross: $4.40M

14. Crossroads (1964–1988)

30 min | Drama

3.8
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The four or five times a week adventures of a motel owner, son, daughter and her staff. Drama was never far away from the ringing of the reception bell.

Stars: Noele Gordon, Susan Hanson, Ronald Allen, Paul Henry

Votes: 275

15. Z Cars (1962–1978)

50 min | Crime, Drama

6.9
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A gritty drama which follows the work of the Police force in the fictional northern English town of Newtown.

Stars: James Ellis, John Slater, Douglas Fielding, Bernard Holley

Votes: 248

16. Peak Practice (1993–2002)

50 min | Drama

6.2
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Beth Glover and Will Preston are doctors in partnership at a Derbyshire clinic when they hire Jack who's returned from Africa. The next several years deal with their personal and professional lives with Jack and Beth marrying.

Stars: Esther Coles, Gary Mavers, Simon Shepherd, Margery Mason

Votes: 240

17. The Avengers (1961–1969)
Episode: Never, Never Say Die (1967)

TV-G | 51 min | Action, Comedy, Crime

7.9
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The Avengers "are needed" after reports that a motorist has repeatedly run over and supposedly killed the same person. Their investigations lead them to the country and the top secret ... See full summary »

Director: Robert Day | Stars: Patrick Macnee, Diana Rigg, Christopher Lee, Jeremy Young

Votes: 205

18. The Lovers! (1973)

88 min | Comedy

6.0
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Big-screen version of the TV sit-com about the ups-and-downs of a young courting couple's relationship.

Director: Herbert Wise | Stars: Richard Beckinsale, Paula Wilcox, Susan Littler, Rosalind Ayres

Votes: 147

19. Doomwatch (1970–2016)

50 min | Sci-Fi, Drama

6.9
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Doomwatch is the nickname for the Department of Measurement of Scientific Work. Under the leadership of Nobel Prize winning physicist, Dr. Spencer Quist, the Doomwatch team struggled, for ... See full summary »

Stars: John Paul, Joby Blanshard, Simon Oates, Vivien Sherrard

Votes: 120

20. Softly Softly (1966–1969)

50 min | Crime, Drama

7.2
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This show was a drama series about a West Country police force solving local crime. It was a spin-off from another BBC drama series, Z Cars (1962).

Stars: Stratford Johns, Frank Windsor, Norman Bowler, John Barron

Votes: 84

21. Screen One (1985–2002)

Comedy, Crime, Drama

6.1
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Anthology of unconnected movies of different genres.

Stars: Mark Chapman, Geraldine James, Alfred Molina, Julie Walters

Votes: 79

22. Angels (1975–1983)

50 min | Drama

6.6
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This series was about six nursing students doing the then 3 year nursing course. They are from all walks of life but all have to cope with the trials and tribulations of getting used to ... See full summary »

Stars: Carol Holmes, Shirley Cheriton, Joanna Monro, Sharon Rosita

Votes: 77

23. The Wednesday Play (1964–1970)

75 min | Drama

7.3
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Series of one-off plays made by BBC television, which gave breaks to a wide range of writers and directors in the late 1960s, such as Dennis Potter, Ken Loach, David Mercer, and John ... See full summary »

Stars: Edwin Brown, Neville Smith, Tony Selby, Michael Robbins

Votes: 75

24. The Saint (1962–1969)
Episode: The Death Game (1967)

TV-PG | 60 min | Action, Crime, Drama

7.6
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One night, the Saint gets himself involved with 'the death game'. It's a cult which has sprung up amongst university students who compete in games with each other. However, after the tutor ... See full summary »

Director: Leslie Norman | Stars: Roger Moore, Angela Douglas, Alan MacNaughtan, George Murcell

Votes: 70

25. The Great Kandinsky (1995 TV Movie)

82 min | Comedy

7.7
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The once-reknowned escape-artist and magician, Kandinsky, is now reduced to confounding the staff and inmates of his retirement home. His one regret in life is never mastering an underwater... See full summary »

Director: Terry Winsor | Stars: Richard Harris, Tom Bell, Dorothy Tutin, Tim McInnerny

Votes: 68

26. NBC Experiment in Television (1967–1971)

60 min | Animation, Comedy, Drama

6.7
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An attempt by NBC to emulate the success of the CBS hit The Twilight Zone, this hour-long anthology series showcased different actors, stories and creative talent each week.

Stars: David Warner, Edward Binns, Jo Van Fleet, James Edwards

Votes: 57

27. The Six Wives of Henry VIII (1970)
Episode: Catherine Parr (1970)

TV-14 | 89 min | Drama, History, Romance

8.7
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It is the year 1543 and the King is now grossly fat, semi-lame, and wrinkled. Beset by boredom he longs for a new wife to ease his lonely life, will the twice widowed and scholarly Katherine Parr, fulfill his needs?

Director: Naomi Capon | Stars: Keith Michell, Rosalie Crutchley, John Ronane, Howard Goorney

Votes: 57

28. Hadleigh (1969–1976)

60 min | Drama

7.5
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James Hadleigh is the squire of the village in this series created by Robert Barr.

Stars: Gerald Harper, Peter Dennis, Ambrosine Phillpotts, Alastair Hunter

Votes: 44

29. Screen One (1985–2002)
Episode: Running Late (1992)

Comedy, Crime, Drama

7.2
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Big-headed London TV show-host George Grant goes about his daily business of hurrying and barking at people when an urgent telephone call from his wife sends him on his way to meet her in a... See full summary »

Director: Udayan Prasad | Stars: Peter Bowles, Michael Byrne, Adrian Rawlins, Suzette Llewellyn

Votes: 31

30. Daisy (II) (2016)

23 min | Short, Drama, Family

8.3
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He's stuck in Neverland and needs her to pull him out.

Director: Nancy Paton | Stars: Max Brown, Lucy Russell, Hattie Gotobed, Karen Ascoe

Votes: 27

31. The Little Mermaid (1974 TV Movie)

30 min | Family

6.7
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When Marina looks up, she doesn't see the sky; she sees the world of the surface. As the youngest princess of the undersea kingdom, she's always longed to see what lies above. Stealing her ... See full summary »

Director: Marilyn Fox | Stars: Penny Casdagli, Marian Diamond, Karen Ford, Rosalind Knight

Votes: 14

32. The 10 Percenters (1993–1996)

30 min | Comedy

6.2
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Sitcom set in a London theatrical agency.

Stars: Elizabeth Hickling, Ian Masters, Beatie Edney, Denis Lill

Votes: 13

33. Vendetta (1966–1968)

50 min | Crime, Drama

7.9
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Intrigue from the Mediterranean Islands as Danny Scipio dispenses his own brand of revenge against organized crime outfits around Europe.

Stars: Neil McCallum, Stelio Candelli, Kieron Moore, Kenneth J. Warren

Votes: 10

34. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #9.1 (1986)

Comedy, Drama, Family

8.9
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On his first day at Grange Hill, Ziggy asserts his authority over Imelda Davis. Ant Jones gets into an accelerated spiral of trouble with Mr. Bronson while Danny Kendall just goes back home.

Director: Edward Pugh | Stars: John Alford, Alison Bettles, Ruth Carraway, George Christopher

Votes: 10

35. NBC Experiment in Television (1967–1971)
Episode: The Engagement (1970)

44 min | Animation, Comedy, Drama

7.9
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A young executive spends a devastating afternoon trying to borrow money to pay for an engagement ring that cost more than he expected.

Director: Paul Joyce | Stars: David Warner, George Innes, Michael Bates, Juliet Harmer

Votes: 9

36. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #11.1 (1988)

Comedy, Drama, Family

9.1
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Misdirecting the new first formers becomes a fun pastime for Grange Hill. A thief is targeting school property. Julia has gone, and Fred wastes no time making advances towards her best friend Laura.

Director: Albert Barber | Stars: John Alford, Kerry Binns, Sarah Butler, Ruth Carraway

Votes: 7

37. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #8.10 (1985)

Comedy, Drama, Family

6.3
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Gonch brings Henry (a plastic dummy) to school. When Henry is accidentally thrown in front of a passing car, Gonch gets into more and more trouble as the day proceeds.

Stars: John Alford, Bob Appleby, Tony Armatrading, Joanne Bell

Votes: 7

38. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #8.3 (1985)

Comedy, Drama, Family

7.3
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Gonch has found a new source of revenue in a local skip, and Calley tries her hand at palm reading.

Director: Margie Barbour | Stars: John Alford, Tony Armatrading, Richard Bell, Martha Constantinou

Votes: 7

39. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #9.10 (1986)

Comedy, Drama, Family

6.6
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The temporary classrooms finally arrive. Ziggy's letter from the Duke of Edinburgh Award is spiced up by Gonch.

Director: Margie Barbour | Stars: John Alford, Alison Bettles, Bridie, Ruth Carraway

Votes: 7

40. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #9.11 (1986)

Comedy, Drama, Family

7.7
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Ziggy and Robbie start collecting chalk, unaware that they have been scammed by Gonch. Imelda's bullying goes too far and Ant Jones is in trouble yet again with Mr. Bronson.

Director: David Bell | Stars: Denyse Alexander, John Alford, Alison Bettles, Ruth Carraway

Votes: 7

41. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #9.12 (1986)

Comedy, Drama, Family

7.7
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Candidates to edit the Fanzine are voted in, and Danny Kendall tries to persuade Ant Jones that an apology to Mr. Bronson would be a good idea.

Director: David Bell | Stars: John Alford, Alison Bettles, George Christopher, Michael Cronin

Votes: 7

42. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #9.15 (1986)

Comedy, Drama, Family

7.6
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Ideas for the school magazine are put forward. Can the school become a smoke-free zone?

Director: John Smith | Stars: John Alford, Alison Bettles, Ruth Carraway, George Christopher

Votes: 7

43. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #9.16 (1986)

Comedy, Drama, Family

6.9
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"Eamon McClusky" (AKA Danny Kendall) wins the Logo competition. Members of staff are spied on by pupils to make sure they give up smoking.

Director: John Smith | Stars: John Alford, Peter Ball, Alison Bettles, Alston Charles

Votes: 7

44. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #9.17 (1986)

Comedy, Drama, Family

6.9
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Fay arranges a date with Mr. King. Ziggy plays a trick on Imelda at the swimming baths, but it doesn't have the result he expected.

Director: John Smith | Stars: John Alford, Neil Betterton, Alison Bettles, Vincent Brimble

Votes: 7

45. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #9.18 (1986)

Comedy, Drama, Family

7.4
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Louise and Cheryl Webb seem destined to go into care. Jane plans a revenge on Ziggy for throwing her clothes in the swimming pool.

Director: Roger Singleton-Turner | Stars: Michelle Akers, John Alford, Adam Armstrong, Amma Asante

Votes: 7

46. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #9.2 (1986)

Comedy, Drama, Family

7.4
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Danny Kendall breaks a pipe exposing fibreglass, and Imelda takes some. Zammo tries to cheat in the moustache-weighing competition - why does he need the money so badly?

Director: Edward Pugh | Stars: Jeffery Kissoon, Michael Sheard, Michael Cronin, George A. Cooper

Votes: 7

47. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #9.20 (1986)

Comedy, Drama, Family

7.4
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The speaking wall seems doomed when spiteful messages about Zammo appear on it. Ziggy and Robbie try to ambush Imelda by using Georgina as bait.

Director: Margie Barbour | Stars: John Alford, Amma Asante, Alison Bettles, Ruth Carraway

Votes: 7

48. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #9.21 (1986)

Comedy, Drama, Family

7.4
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Grafitti points the finger at Mr. King and Miss Partridge. When the governors find out, both teachers find their jobs are in jeopardy, but Mrs. McClusky is determined not to lose them without a fight...

Director: Margie Barbour | Stars: John Alford, Amma Asante, Alison Bettles, Vincent Brimble

Votes: 7

49. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #9.22 (1986)

Comedy, Drama, Family

8.3
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Zammo convinces Jackie he is free of drugs, but then later his mother's cash card goes missing...

Director: Margie Barbour | Stars: John Alford, Amma Asante, Alison Bettles, Vincent Brimble

Votes: 7

50. Grange Hill (1978–2008)
Episode: Episode #9.23 (1986)

Comedy, Drama, Family

7.6
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Ant Jones is still missing. Danny Kendall's logo design looks set to be immortalized in the new school badge, and Banksie becomes very competitive with Mr. Kennedy.

Director: Margie Barbour | Stars: John Alford, Amma Asante, Alison Bettles, George Christopher

Votes: 7



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