At an exotic estate with a splendid garden, a topless woman, subtly wearing Chanel No. 5, is sunbathing by an outdoor swimming pool. From the opposite side, an athletic man dives and swims towards her. Or is he just a fantasy?
Bryan Ferry and his group Roxy Music are under the spell of a mysterious beautiful woman at a gala event where they are performing their hit song "Avalon" (from album of same name), in this... See full summary »
In 1902, Edwardian adventurer Adam Adamant is frozen alive in a block of ice by his arch-nemesis, the Face. In 1966, workmen discover him and he is revived, perfectly preserved but ... See full summary »
Apple and Ridley Scott presented the most awaited event of 1984: the introduction of Apple Macintosh personal computer to the world. With a concept directly influenced by George Orwell's ... See full summary »
Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, French Riviera: As a movie star is relaxing by the swimming pool, her understudy (played by the same actress, Carole Bouquet) is serving drinks and catering for her, while she's waiting for her fugacious lover.
In a succession of stylish shots, from an English garden to a San Francisco penthouse, we witness the first encounter between Catherine and Charles, as something in the air is preceding the... See full summary »
The survival rate of the series in the archives is rather hit-and-miss: from the first season, six are presently known to survive, as with series four. Thereafter there are 15 editions of the second season and two apiece from the fifth and sixth runs. The final season still survives intact. Mogul: Camelot on a Clear Day (1970) is the sole example still preserved on its transmission format of colour 2 inch videotape, the remainder being monochrome 16mm film telerecordings. Additionally a remount of Mogul: You're Not Going to Believe This, But... (1969) was made on colour film as an experimental test piece with a different cast, though this was never transmitted. See more »