Movies directed by Robert Hamer
San Demetrio London (1943)
104 mins Adventure , Drama, War
Let me start this by saying "San Demetrio London" is based on a true story and what a fantastic true story it is of men doing what it takes to survive. It is also fantastic because it seems so far fetched almost comical that ...
It Always Rains on Sunday (1947)
92 mins Crime, Drama
When you think of movies which came out of the Ealing Studios it would be fair to say most people are likely to think of their comedies. But Ealing studios made more than just memorable comedies, they did amongst other things...
Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949)
106 mins Comedy, Crime, Drama
Considering "Kind Hearts and Coronets" was released back in 1949 it is a surprisingly daring movie for the time. I say daring because "Kind Hearts and Coronets" is a dark comedy, one which is seriously dry and revolves around...
The Long Memory (1953)
96 mins Drama, Thriller
Movies about men looking for revenge are quite common and so when I saw that the "The Long Memory" was about a man who having been released from prison looking to put right the wrong done to him I didn't expect much. Surprisi...
To Paris with Love (1955)
78 mins Comedy, Drama, Romance
Movie Review - To Paris with Love (1955) Alec Guinness stars as Col. Sir Edgar Fraser, who takes his son, John (Vernon Gray, to Paris to find him a wife. But confusion abounds as his son tries to find his widowed father a wif...
School for Scoundrels (1960)
94 mins Comedy
It's probably wrong for me to say so but the idea of getting "one up" on someone has always appealed to me so it's no surprise that I enjoy the 1960s version of "School for Scoundrels". From the relatively simple storyline as...
* This is purely a list of reviews on The Movie Scene featuring the name Robert Hamer as one of the directors.