My admiration for the history of British cinema only grows, discovering beautiful new titles during the making of this list. Thank-you, as always, to all contributors.
Notable exclusions this time included; Preminger’s Bunny Lake Is Missing and Victim with Dirk Bogarde. Some others fell foul of the duplication rule, namely; Antonioni’s Blow Up and Polanski’s Repulsion.
In no particular order then.
Bronco Bullfrog (Barney Platts-Mills, 1970). Suggested by @realarsenalism.
The Ipcress File (Sidney J. Furie, 1965). Thanks to @vcosgrove and @borchidJoseph.
Don’t Raise The Bridge, Lower The River (Jerry Paris, 1968).
The Knack … And How To Get It (Richard Lester, 1966). Nominated by @Heero99 and @Krycek_Facility.
Poor Cow (Ken Loach, 1967). @realarsenalism suggested this.
The Servant (Joseph Losey, 1963). Nominated by @Realarsenalism
The Leather Boys (Sidney J. Furie, 1964). Thanks to @rnfrw for recommending.
Four In The Morning (Anthony Simmons, 1965). Thanks @BoycottTrends.
The Small World Of Sammy Lee (Ken Hughes, 1963). And thanks to @FilmsFilming.
Peeping Tom (Michael Powell, 1960). Suggested by @PaulVonMitchell.
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