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THE ALAN BENNETT COLLECTION Disc 2
Alan Bates, Coral Browne, Jim Broadbent. "Our Winnie," about a mentally handicapped woman, "A Woman of No Importance," featuring Patricia Routledge and "An Englishman Abroad," with Alan Bates as the notorious spy Guy Burgess. (1972-199) (611min)

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THE ALAN BENNETT COLLECTION Disc 3
Daniel Day Lewis, Alan Bates, Janet McTeer. "The Insurance Man," starring Daniel Day Lewis as a young Franz Kafka, "Dinner at Noon," in which Mr. Bennett observes the guests at a provincial hotel in the north of England and "102 Boulevard Haussmann," featuring Alan Bates in a daring portrayal of Marcel Proust. (1972-199) (611min)

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BERTIE & ELIZABETH: The Story of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth
James Wilby, Juliet Aubrey, Alan Bates. From the BBC comes this drama about Albert, the Duke of York and younger brother of Edward VIII, who was thrust into the limelight when the king abdicated in order to marry the American socialite Wallis Simpson. (2001) (105min)

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BUTLEY
Alan Bates, Jessica Tandy, Georgina Hale. A dissolute professor juggles his disgruntled former wife and male lover in this hilarious comedy/drama from playwright Simon Gray. (1974) (129min)

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CHERRY ORCHARD
Charlotte Rampling, Alan Bates, Katrin Cartlidge. Michael Cacoyannis directs this elegaic version of Chekhov's masterpiece about an aristocratic family's tenous grasp on their status and wealth in turn-of-the-century Russia. (1999) (141min)

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CLUB EXTINCTION
Alan Bates, Jennifer Beals, Andrew McCarthy. This chilling tale is set in 21st century Berlin where people are meeting death in a very bizarre fashion. The beautiful Sonja and the mysterious Dr. M spread a subliminal message via large screens, but it's driving people over the edge. (1990) (112 min.)

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A DAY IN THE DEATH OF JOE EGG
Alan Bates, Janet Suzman. Peter Nichols' play about a teacher and his wife who struggle to raise their handicapped child. Faced with an impossible situation that threatens to destroy their lives, they consider a mercy killing (1971) (106 min.)

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DUET FOR ONE
Julie Andrews, Alan Bates, Max von Sydow. An inspiring world-famous violinist must find the courage to overcome the effects of multiple sclerosis, and the heartaches of her unfaithful husband's behavior. Will her career be shattered? (1986) (107 min.)

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AN ENGLISHMAN ABROAD
Alan Bates, Coral Browne. Directed by John Schlesinger. A British diplomat Guy Burgess becomes a Russian spy (1991) (63 min.)

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FAR FROM THE MADDING CROWD
Julie Christie, Terence Stamp, Alan Bates, Peter Finch. John Schlesinger directed this adaptation of the Thomas Hardy novel about a Victorian era woman who is courted by three suitors. Great performances by all, and scenic splendor that skillfully evokes the past, make this a standout (1967) (169 min.)

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THE FIXER
Alan Bates, Dirk Bogarde, Georgia Brown. Based on Bernard Malamud's novel, this is the story of an unjustly imprisoned Jewish handyman in turn-of-the-century Russia. Delve into the thoughts of the main character as he lives through this trying time. (1968) (132 min.)

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GEORGY GIRL
Lynn Redgrave, Alan Bates, James Mason. The swinging social scene of London is the backdrop for this comedy on modern-day morals. Can Georgy find love and happiness being the mistress of a wealthy and married man (1966) (100 min.)

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