Ian Hogg

Most Popular Ian Hogg Trailers

Total trailers found: 17

Hitler: The Rise of Evil Trailer (2003)

18 March 2003

The movie describes the life of Adolf Hitler from childhood to manhood, and his rise to power. From his poor childhood in Austria, the first world war from his point of view, we see how Hitler was transformed from a poor soldier into the leader of the Nazis, and how he survived all attempts to kill him.

Rasputin Trailer (1996)

23 March 1996

Into an era seething with war and revolution, a man comes with an incredible power to heal a nation..

The Last Valley Trailer (1971)

28 January 1971

People in a small German village in the last valley to remain untouched by the devastating Thirty Years' War try to exist in peace with a group of soldiers occupying the valley.

The Legacy Trailer (1978)

01 September 1978

Sam Elliott and Katharine Ross star as architects brought to a secluded estate by an eccentric millionaire.

Hennessy Trailer (1975)

31 December 1975

Set in the Seventies, Hennessy is a Irishman who believes in peace, but who has had connections to the IRA.

King Lear Trailer (1971)

04 February 1971

King Lear, old and tired, divides his kingdom among his daughters, giving great importance to their protestations of love for him.

The Hireling Trailer (1973)

10 June 1973

Based on the novel by L. P. Hartley, The Hireling is a dissection of antiquated but hardly dormant British class distinctions as a lonely socialite and her chauffeur become more than friends.

Doctor Who: Ghost Light Trailer (1989)

04 October 1989

The Doctor brings Ace to Gabriel Chase, an old house that she once burnt down in her home town of Perivale.

A Pin for the Butterfly Trailer (1994)

13 September 1994

Communism seen through the eyes of a young girl who watches her beloved uncle struggle with the oppressive government .

All's Well That Ends Well Trailer (1968)

06 March 1968

An adaptation directed by Claude Whatham for the BBC's Theatre 625 slot. Essentially a recording of John Barton's acclaimed Royal Shakespeare Company production starring Catherine Lacey (the Countess), Ian Richardson (Bertram), Lynn Farleigh (Helen), Clive Swift (Parolles) and Sebastian Shaw (the King), it was broadcast on 3 June 1968.

Tell Me Lies Trailer (1968)

02 February 1968

Adapted and directed by Peter Brook from the Royal Shakespeare Company’s ‘production-in-progress US’, this long-unseen agitprop drama-doc – shot in London in 1967 and released only briefly in the UK and New York at the height of the Vietnam War – remains both thought-provoking and disturbing.

To Build a Fire Trailer (1969)

01 January 1969

A man travels by foot in the snow with his dog.

The Care of Time Trailer (1990)

26 August 1990

A thriller directed by John Davies.

Penda's Fen Trailer (1974)

21 March 1974

Through a series of real and imagined encounters with angels, demons, and England's pagan past, a pastor's son begins to question his religion and politics, and comes to terms with his sexuality.

Dead Cert Trailer (1974)

01 May 1974

As a surprise, two horse owners decide to ride their animals themselves in a steeplechase. But Bill Davidson's horse "Admiral" behaves weirdly, and falls hard after an obstacle.

Riders Trailer (1993)

01 May 1993

Arrogant aristocrat Rupert Campbell-Black has a high social position, woman at his feet, money and fame in the world of show jumping.

Macbeth Trailer (1983)

05 November 1983

Macbeth and his wife murder Duncan in order to gain his crown, but the bloodbath doesn't stop there, and things supernatural combine to bring the Macbeths down.