Destruction, Inc. (1942)
Destruction Inc. (1942) is the 13th of 17 animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character of Superman. It was released on Christmas Day 1942.
Eleventh Hour (1942)
Eleventh Hour (1942) is the twelfth of seventeen animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character Superman. Produced by Famous Studios, the cartoon was originally released to theaters by Paramount Pictures on November 20, 1942.
Pays revé (2012)
She Said Boom: The Story of Fifth Column (2012)
The Black Stuff (1980)
Chaplin Today: The Circus (2003)
Suddenly Sami (2009)
The Life of an American Policeman (1905)
I'm Not Single (2008)
Roslyn Romance (1976)
Tina Turner - Celebrate! (1999)
Frankie Howerd on Campus (1990)
Girl Shaped Love Drug (2012)
The Asphalt Kings (1996)
Brooklyn Dodgers: The Ghosts of Flatbush (2007)
Brooklyn Dodgers: Ghosts of Flatbush is a 2007 documentary film produced by HBO sports chronicling the last ten years of the Brooklyn Dodgers tenure in the borough of churches. The film documents how in 1947 Jackie Robinson broke the baseball racial barrier in previously segregated major league, the struggles to win what seemed an unreachable World Series title in 1955, and the issues and community feelings involved in the team's sudden departure to Los Angeles after the 1957 campaign. The documentary focuses on the Brooklyn community's identification with the ball club, and with the perennial "wait until next year" attitude of both players and fans associated with the Dodgers' repeated inability to defeat the "upper class" New York Yankees for the World Series title, despite winning several pennants. The Brooklyn players, many of whom lived within and held off-season jobs in the community, were identified with the working-class people. The film portrays the countless agonies, defeats, prayers and tension leading finally to the World Series title in 1955. President and general manager Branch Rickey is attributed with the development of the club through his baseball acumen and experience, and several of his innovations, such as the farm system, pitching machines, batting cages, and his decision to integrate the team. Rickey manages some Brooklyn players' resistance to integration and prepares Jackie Robinson for the portrayed shocking reactions from other teams and fans. Jackie's wife Rachel Robinson also discusses these trying times from the Robinsons' point of view. Robinson must pass through a period of isolation prior to being accepted. Walter O'Malley gains majority ownership of the team and then, following Rickey's departure, total control. With the mass movement of paying fans to the suburbs, inadequate parking and the outdated and dilapidated Ebbets Field leads to O'Malley's failed attempts to convince the power broker Robert Moses, New York City Construction Coordinator, to condemn an O'Malley's chosen Brooklyn property, nearer to transportation infrastructure, for the purpose of building a new geodesic domed stadium. Moses planned to build a stadium at an alternative location in Queens, that eventually came to fruition in the form of Shea Stadium. The failure to reach an agreement, and offers from the municipality of Los Angeles, leads to New York's loss not only of the Dodgers. O'Malley convinces majority owner, Horace Stoneham of their perennial rival New York Giants, to also move to the west coast. The film records several of Brooklyn's old fans demonizing O'Malley, whose decision to move the team gains him a free grant of 350 acres within the city of Los Angeles, where he finally builds his dream stadium & prospers. Former players, front office personnel and Brooklyn residents (including Larry King and Louis Gossett Jr.) provide commentary on the times and what it was like to be alive in the borough during New York's "Golden Age" of baseball. The film was dedicated to former Dodgers pitcher Clem Labine, who died shortly after production of the film was completed.
Inventory (Polish: Stan posiadania) is a 1989 Polish drama film directed by Krzysztof Zanussi. It was entered into the 16th Moscow International Film Festival.
Outside These Walls (1939)
Outside These Walls is a 1939 film starring Michael Whalen, Dolores Costello, Virginia Weidler, Selmer Jackson, and Don Beddoe. The film was directed by Ray McCarey.
Chimère is a 1989 French drama film directed by Claire Devers. It was entered into the 1989 Cannes Film Festival.
Disney Sing-Along-Songs: Pocahontas - Colors of the Wind (1995)
In Here (2013)
Of Gods and the Undead (1970)
Of Gods and the Undead (Portuguese: Os Deuses e os Mortos) is a 1970 Brazilian drama film directed by Ruy Guerra. It was entered into the 20th Berlin International Film Festival.
Rave Fever (1999)
Kathy Griffin: Kennedie Center On-Hers (2013)
Off the Charts: The Song-Poem Story (2003)
Traces of an Amorous Life (1990)
Traces of an Amorous Life (Italian: Tracce di vita amorosa) is a 1990 Italian romance-drama film directed by Peter Del Monte. It entered the competition at the 47th Venice International Film Festival.
Please Abuse Me, Henrietta (1989)
Safety Catch (1970)
Safety Catch (French: Cran d'arrêt) is a 1970 French thriller film directed by Yves Boisset and starring Bruno Cremer. The film is based on the novel A Private Venus by Giorgio Scerbanenco.
Shin kaidan rajo daigyakusatsu: bakeneko shôjo makai-ken (2005)
The Goddess Bunny (1998)
The Goddess Bunny is a 1994 American documentary directed by Nick Bougas, which is about the life of a drag queen named Sandie Crisp, also known as the Goddess Bunny, and born Johnnie Baima.
We Are All Demons (1969)
We Are All Demons (Danish: Klabautermannen) is a 1969 Danish drama film directed by Henning Carlsen. It was entered into the 19th Berlin International Film Festival.
Waiting in the Dark (2006)
The Questioning (2013)
KastleVania 4: Vanian Legenda (2012)
The Aztec Box (2013)
The Incident (2011)
Cerro Negro (2012)
Baldevins bryllup (1926)
Baldevins bryllup (English: Baldevin's wedding) is a 1926 Norwegian comedy film directed by George Schnéevoigt, starring Einar Sissener and Victor Bernau. The film is based on a play by Vilhelm Krag, and tells the story of how Simen Sørensen (Bernau) manages to get his friend Baldevin Jonassen (Sissener) married to the lady next door. The film was renovated in 2006, for the 100-years anniversary of Kristiansand Cinema.
Lazy Little Beaver (1947)
The Big Flame Up (1949)
Looking Back at the Future (2006)
One-Room Schoolhouses (1935)
Mr. and Mrs. Is the Name (1935)
Mr. and Mrs. Is the Name is a 1935 animated Merrie Melodies cartoon, starring Buddy and Cookie (as two mermaid kids), and is noted to be the only Buddy cartoon in Technicolor. This is directed by Friz Freleng.
Dizzy Divers (1935)
Love's Routine (2013)
Messies, ein schönes Chaos (2012)
Ek Nao Do Kinare (1973)
Half-Fare Hare (1956)
Half-Fare Hare is a 1956 animated Merrie Melodies cartoon featuring Bugs Bunny.
Shangoul & Mangoul (2000)
Shangoul And Mangoul (Persian: Shangoul O Mangoul) is a 2000 Iranian animated film directed by Farkhondeh Torabi and Merteza Ahadi. Its runtime is 18 minutes and it is based on a Persian folktale. The Big Bad Wolf takes advantage of the mother goat being out. But the kids defend themselves.
Who Was the Culprit? (1910)
Baby Vickie (1969)
The Laughing Samoans: Prettyfull Woman (2009)
Thanks for the Ride (2013)
The Sea Calls (1933)
The Lake Calls (German:Das Meer ruft) is a 1933 German film directed by Hans Hinrich and starring Heinrich George, Erika Helmke and Hans Mierendorff. It is based on the poem "Terje Vigen" by Henrik Ibsen.
The film's sets were designed by the art directors Ernö Metzner and Erich Zander.
Take a Chance (1933)
Take a Chance is a 1937 British comedy sports film directed by Sinclair Hill and starring Claude Hulbert, Binnie Hale and Henry Kendall. It depicts farcical events in the horse racing world.
The Pigeon Fairy (1906)
I'm in Love (2003)
The Book of Manning (2013)
A Robot Named Robot (2013)
Double or Mutton (1955)
Double or Mutton is a 1955 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Chuck Jones and released by Warner Bros. Pictures featuring Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog. Mel Blanc provided for the voices of all the characters in this cartoon, however, like all Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf shorts, this short is mostly composed of visual gags.
That is the third short featuring Sam Sheepdog and Ralph Wolf. The title is a play on the gambling wager double or nothing. That is the first episode where it is clearly established that Sam and Ralph are coworkers, as well as the first episode where their names are consistent.
All Fowled Up (1955)
All Fowled Up is a 1955 Looney Tunes animated short film starring Foghorn Leghorn.
Ko-Ko's Haunted House (1928)
Krueger: A Tale from Elm Street (2011)
Ladies Photographer (1978)
Fotógrafo de señoras is a 1978 Argentine comedy film directed by Hugo Moser.
Saint Death (2007)
Minotaur and Little Nerkin (1999)
Minotaur and Little Nerkin is a 1999 British animated short film created by Aardman Animations. Its full name appears, according to the film itself, to be Minotaur and Little Nerkin in Bait, suggesting that its name is in fact "Bait", as an episode of a suggested series of films called Minotaur and Little Nerkin, of which no other episodes were made, or that the name of the film is Bait and is merely stating it stars Minotaur and Little Nerkin. Regardless, Minotaur and Little Nerkin is the name used on the packaging for the Aardman Classics DVD.
Duel at Fort Ezo (1970)
KL Zombi (2013)
The Lyin' Mouse (1937)
The Lyin' Mouse is a 1937 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Friz Freleng. It is the first to give story credit, in this case, to Tedd Pierce.
Tres Mexicanos ardientes (1986)
Deathly Love (2013)
They Didn't Make it (2009)
Easy Years (1953)
Easy Years (Italian: Anni facili) is a 1953 drama film directed by Luigi Zampa and starring Nino Taranto.
Zombies Reborn (2012)
Imagined Landscape (2012)
Night Highway (1990)
González: The False Prophet (2015)
Grandpa 005 (2013)
Anne Truitt, Working (2010)
Clean Pastures (1937)
Clean Pastures is a Merrie Melodies animated cartoon directed by I. Freleng, produced by Leon Schlesinger, and released to theatres on May 22, 1937 by Warner Bros. and Vitaphone. The cartoon is a parody of Warner Bros.' 1936 film The Green Pastures. It tells of an ersatz Heaven called "Pair-O-Dice" and its angels' efforts to win souls from "Hades Inc." A Stepin Fetchit caricature fails to recruit any souls in Harlem, New York City. However, jazz-singing angels incorporate "rhythm" into the pitch, and Harlem's African Americans follow them as they dance their way to Heaven.
Schlesinger and Warner Bros. had problems with Clean Pastures from the start. Hollywood censors alleged that the film ran afoul of the Hays Production Code because it burlesqued religion. Later commentators surmise that the censors also objected to the portrayal of a Heaven run by African Americans. In 1968, the short's stereotypical portrayal of black characters prompted United Artists to withhold it from distribution as one of the infamous Censored Eleven.
Modern critics have been no kinder to the film and cite its portrayal of black characters as offensive and reliant on negative stereotypes. Musicologist Daniel Goldmark interprets the film as a send-up of black religion and culture and the increasing identification of 1930s white audiences of jazz music with black culture. Religion scholar Judith Weisenfeld sees Clean Pastures as a metaphor for the replacement of rural, minstrel show stereotypes of blacks for modern, urban ones.
Sun in Your Head (1963)
The Inherited (2009)
Les Métamorphoses Comiques (1912)
Brace for Impact: The Chesley B. Sullenberger Story (2010)
Knee Deep (2007)
Summer Place Wanted (1957)
Summer Place Wanted (Swedish: Sommarnöje sökes) is a 1957 Swedish comedy film directed by Hasse Ekman. It was entered into the 1st Moscow International Film Festival.
Non-Love Song (2009)
Superflat Monogram (2003)
Andy Panda Goes Fishing (1940)
The Strike (1947)
The Strike (Czech: Siréna) is a 1947 Czechoslovakian film about striking miners directed by Karel Steklý. It is based on the novel of the same title by Marie Majerová.