Mucho Locos (1966)

Mucho Locos is a 1966 Merrie Melodies animated short featuring Speedy Gonzales and Daffy Duck. In the short, Speedy highlights some of his and Daffy's previous exploits. It was the only cartoon in the series where Daffy gets the upper hand at the end. It was also the final appearance of Porky Pig in the Golden Age of Animation. Porky appears in the Robin Hood Daffy segment. It is the only cartoon to have Porky Pig and Speedy Gonzales paired together, although unseen together.

The Curious Case of Curt Flood (2011)

China Jones (1959)

China Jones is a Warner Bros. Looney Tunes short starring Daffy Duck and Porky Pig, directed by Robert McKimson and released in 1959.This cartoon is currently rarely screened in the United States due to ethnic caricatures of Chinese/East Asian people being present.

Outer Space Visitor (1959)

The Mysterious Package (1960)

What's My Lion? (1961)

What's My Lion? is a 1961 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes theatrical cartoon starring Elmer Fudd. This cartoon short is directed by Robert McKimson and written by David Detiege. That is Elmer Fudd's final speaking appearance in the original theatrical Looney Tunes shorts; he appeared in 1962's Crow's Feat but did not have any dialogue. The premise for What's My Lion? is very similar to an earlier Disney cartoon called Rugged Bear, also written by David Detiege.

Frustrated Wives (1973)

Here with Pride (2005)

Woody's Kook-Out (1961)

Woody's Kook-Out is the 112th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on March 28, 1961, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal International.

Voo-Doo Boo-Boo (1961)

Rock-a-Bye Gator (1962)

The Slick Chick (1962)

The Slick Chick is a "Looney Tunes" cartoon animated short starring Foghorn Leghorn. Released July 21, 1962, the cartoon is directed by Robert McKimson. The voices are performed by Mel Blanc and Julie Bennett. The cartoon is an adaptation of the Mean Widdle Kid radio programs (and later, television skits) starring comedian Red Skelton. The main antagonist in the film—Junior, a delinquent chick who causes trouble for Foghorn—is based on Skelton's character; one of Junior's catch phrases ("He don't know me very well, do he?") is the Mean Widdle Kid's signature saying.

Phoney Express (1932)

Short in the Saddle (1962)

Careless Caretaker (1962)

Little Woody Riding Hood (1962)

Crowin' Pains (1962)

Room and Bored (1943)

I Was a Teenage Thumb (1963)

Aqua Duck (1963)

Aqua Duck is a 1963 Warner Bros. Merrie Melodies cartoon starring Daffy Duck. This short is directed by Robert McKimson and written by John Dunn.

Claws in the Lease (1963)

"Claws in the Lease" is a 1963 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Robert McKimson. The story revolves around the main characters of Sylvester and Sylvester Jr., a father cat and his son, leaving the city dump where they live, and attempting to find local home owners to take them in. After numerous attempts to trick an old woman into letting them both stay with her, there plan backfires and all three wind up living at the dump.

Salmon Loafer (1963)

Coming Out Party (1963)

Tepee for Two (1963)

Tepee for Two is the 130th Woody Woodpecker cartoon that was released in theaters on October 4, 1963.

Hi-Seas Hi-Jacker (1963)

Deep Freeze Squeeze (1964)

Road to Andalay (1964)

Road to Andalay is a 1964 Merrie Melodies animated short featuring Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester. It was released subcontractedly in different box dates of both 1963 and 1964 dates. It was also the final cartoon to co-star Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester (in terms of release order).

Lighthouse-keeping Blues (1964)

Woody's Clip Joint (1964)

Saddle-Sore Woody (1964)

Half Baked Alaska (1965)

Tease for Two (1965)

Tease for Two is a Looney Tunes cartoon animated short starring Daffy Duck and the Goofy Gophers (in their final appearance). Released August 28, 1965, the cartoon is directed by Robert McKimson. The voices were performed by Mel Blanc. The cartoon marked the final theatrical appearance of the Goofy Gophers during the original Golden Age of Animation era. Unlike previous Goofy Gophers cartoons where Stan Freberg voices Tosh, Blanc voices both Mac and Tosh. The title is a play on the phrase "tea for two."

Chili Corn Corny (1965)

Pesty Guest (1965)

Woodpecker Wanted (1965)

Well Worn Daffy (1965)

Well Worn Daffy is a 1965 Looney Tunes animated short featuring Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales in a struggle for a well.

Canned Dog Feud (1965)

Janie Get Your Gun (1965)

Snow Excuse (1966)

Snow Excuse is a Merrie Melodies 1966 animated short featuring Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales.

The Astroduck (1966)

Astro Duck or The Astroduck is a 1966 Looney Tunes cartoon featuring Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales. It was directed by Robert McKimson and was released on January 1, 1966.

The Big Bite (1966)

Rough Riding Hood (1966)

A Taste of Catnip (1966)

A Taste of Catnip is a Merrie Melodies cartoon from 1966. It was first released to theaters on December 3, 1966.

Monster of Ceremonies (1966)

Teeny Weeny Meany (1966)

Astronut Woody (1966)

Astronut Woody is a Woody Woodpecker cartoon that was released in theaters on April 1, 1966. The cartoon takes place during the space race of the time. The cartoon was directed by Paul J. Smith and was one of eight Woody Woodpecker cartoons released to theaters in 1966. Grace Stafford provided Woody's voice while Dallas McKennon guessed starred as a military colonel.

Daffy Rents (1966)

Daffy Rents is a 1966 Looney Tunes cartoon featuring Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales.

Snow Place Like Home (1948)

A Squeak in the Deep (1966)

Polar Fright (1966)

Woody and the Beanstalk (1966)

South Pole Pals (1966)

Feather Finger (1966)

Feather Finger is a 1966 Merrie Melodies animated short starring Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales.

Lonesome Ranger (1966)

Hassle in a Castle (1966)

Operation Shanghai (1966)

Officer 666 (1920)

Sartre by Himself (1976)

The Wedding Tape (2011)

Wan shi liu fang (1942)

Eternity (Chinese: 万世流芳; pinyin: Wàn Shì Liú Fāng) is a controversial 1943 Chinese film made in Japanese-occupied Shanghai during the Second World War. The film was a collaborative effort between the Japanese-controlled Manchukuo Film Association and Chinese filmmakers that remained in Shanghai under the Japanese-controlled Zhonglian Productions ("United China") brand. Telling the story of Lin Zexu and the First Opium War, the film was designed by producers Kawakita Nagamasa and Zhang Shankun to offer "an interpretive fluidity to accommodate every spectator's ideological position." For Japanese audiences, the film could be read as anti-Western, as promoting the ostensibly "anti-colonialist" agenda of the Greater East Asian Co-Prosperity Sphere. To Chinese audiences, on the other hand, the film promoted a spirit of resistance to a foreign enemy – namely, Japan – and upon its release garnered the largest audience in Chinese cinematic history. Ultimately the film (and the Shanghai filmmakers) was seen as tools of the enemy once the war was over, with many involved in the production (notably directors Bu Wancang, Ma-Xu Weibang, and Zhu Shilin) eventually moving to Hong Kong due to the hostile environment.

A Zen Life: D.T. Suzuki (2007)

Danchizuma: Kanki no yoru (1973)

Yakuza kannon: Iro Jingi (1973)

Shiki-do koza: nozoki senka (1973)

Joshi daisei: Sex kaki seminar (1973)

Maruhi: Gokuraku aka-benten (1973)

She-Beasts, Warm Bodies (1972)

Moan & Groan, Inc. (1929)

Moan and Groan, Inc. is a 1929 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. Produced by Hal Roach and released to theaters by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, it was the 94th Our Gang short to be released.

Transplante a la mexicana (1990)

The Blue Veil (1942)

The Blue Veil (French:Le voile bleu) is a 1942 French drama film directed by Jean Stelli and starring Gaby Morlay, Elvire Popesco and André Alerme. The film was remade in 1951.

The Haunted Village (1997)

In the Grip of Alcohol (1911)

Mid Life Gangster (2013)

Terrorism: A World in Shadows (1997)

Qi qiao feng huang bi yu dao (1979)

Hulihin Si... Nardong Toothpick (1990)

Horrible High Heels (1996)

The Women of SNL (2010)

Fashion News (1928)

Romeo and Juliet (1976)

Macbeth on the Estate (1997)

Poruno no teiô (1971)

Akai niku (1967)

Mrs. Meitlemeihr (2002)

Riding High (1981)

Riding High is a 1981 British drama film directed by Ross Cramer and starring Eddie Kidd, Irene Handl and Murray Salem. The screenplay concerns a bored young motorcycle messenger who begins training to take part in a major competition.

The Hell Cat (1918)

The Hell Cat is a 1918 American silent western film produced and distributed by Goldwyn Pictures. Reginald Barker directed and Geraldine Farrar starred. It is not known whether the film currently survives.

Una Movida Chueca (1956)

Hercules (1995)

Hercules is a 1995 film about the story of the Greek demigod Hercules, the son of Zeus and Alcmene.

Canto A Mi Tierra (1938)

How To Time Travel (2014)

Hell on Earth (2007)

Secondary Education (2013)

The Legend of Robin Hood (1971)

The Blinkins: The Bear and the Blizzard (1986)

Rolling Stone Presents Twenty Years of Rock & Roll (1987)

Nikutai no hankô (1957)

Maafa Legacy (2008)