Tante Frieda - Neue Lausbubengeschichten (1965)

Tante Frieda – Neue Lausbubengeschichten is a 1965 West German comedy film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Elisabeth Flickenschildt, Hans Kraus and Gustav Knuth. It is based on the 1907 novel Tante Frieda by Ludwig Thoma.

The Secret of Helene Marimon (1954)

The Secret of Helene Marimon is a 1954 French-Italian drama film directed by Henri Calef and starring Isa Miranda, Franck Villard and Carla Del Poggio. The scenario was based on the novel of J. B. Cherrier "Les cahiers du conseiller Marimon".

Arrivano i nostri (1951)

Arrivano i nostri is a 1951 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Mario Riva.

Illusion Travels by Streetcar (1954)

La ilusión viaja en tranvía (English: Illusion Travels by Streetcar) is a 1954 Mexican film, written by Luis Alcoriza and directed by Luis Buñuel.

Fantabulous Inc. (1967)

Fantabulous Inc. is a 1968 Italian-French superhero crime film directed by Sergio Spina and starring Richard Harrison.

Heads or Tails (1969)

At Sword's Edge (1952)

At Sword's Edge or A fil di spada is a 1952 Italian swashbuckler film directed by Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia.

Sotto il sole di Roma (1948)

Under the Sun of Rome (Italian: Sotto il sole di Roma) is a 1948 Italian drama film directed by Renato Castellani. It was the first film of Castellani's Italian neorealism trilogy about poor people, followed by È primavera... in 1949 and Cannes Film Festival Palme d'Or winner Two Cents Worth of Hope in 1952.

The Two Orphans (1947)

The Two Orphans (Italian: I Due Orfanelli) is a 1947 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli and starring Totò. It is based on the 1874 play of the same title by Adolphe d'Ennery and Eugène Cormon.

Keep on Running (1991)

House of Pleasure for Women (1976)

House of Pleasure for Women (Italian: Bordella) is a 1976 satirical comedy film written and directed by Pupi Avati and starring Gigi Proietti, Christian De Sica, Al Lettieri, Gianni Cavina and Vincent Gardenia.

Vigili e vigilesse (1982)

Lupo (2017)

Non nuotate in quel fiume (2016)

Non nuotate in quel fiume 2: Lo scontro finale (2017)

Aspromonte (2013)

Karate Warrior (1987)

Karate Warrior, also known as Fist of Power or The Boy in the Golden Kimono (Italian: Il ragazzo dal kimono d'oro) is a 1987 Italian martial arts drama film directed by Fabrizio De Angelis as Larry Ludman. The film became the first in a series, spawning five sequels.

Turn the Other Cheek (1974)

Two Missionaries (Italian: Porgi l'altra guancia) is a 1974 Italian action comedy starring the comedy team of Bud Spencer and Terence Hill.

The Lion Carpenter (1980)

Das Dorf unterm Himmel (1953)

The Village Under the Sky (German: Das Dorf unterm Himmel) is a 1953 West German drama film directed by Richard Häussler and starring Inge Egger, Robert Freitag and Renate Mannhardt.It was made at the Bavaria Studios in Munich. The film's sets were designed by Robert Herlth.

4 histoires fantastiques (2018)

Das Mädchen auf der Titelseite (1961)

Jeff Gordon, Secret Agent (1964)

Jeff Gordon, Secret Agent (French:Des frissons partout, Italian:Jeff Gordon, il diabolico detective) is a 1963 French-Italian comedy spy film directed by Raoul André and starring Eddie Constantine, Perrette Pradier and Daniel Emilfork.

Sacred Waters (1960)

Sacred Waters (German:An heiligen Wassern) is a 1960 Swiss drama film directed by Alfred Weidenmann and starring Hansjörg Felmy, Cordula Trantow and Hanns Lothar. It was based on a novel by Jakob Christoph Heer, which had previously been made into a film in 1932.

The Gentlemen (1965)

The Gentlemen (German:Die Herren) is a 1965 West German comedy drama film directed by Franz Seitz, Rolf Thiele and Alfred Weidenmann and starring Paul Hubschmid, Mario Adorf and Susy Andersen.

Toto in Madrid (1959)

Toto in Madrid (Italian: Totò, Eva e il pennello proibito) is an Italian comedy film from 1959, directed by Steno, written by Vittorio Metz, starring Totò and Louis de Funès. The film is known under the titles: "Toto in Madrid" (English title), "Totò a Madrid", "Un coup fumant" (France), "La culpa fue de Eva" (Spain).

La ciudad no es para mí (1966)

La ciudad no es para mí is a 1966 Spanish comedy film directed by Pedro Lazaga.

La tirana (1958)

Revue um Mitternacht (1962)

Midnight Revue (German:Revue um Mitternacht) is an East German musical film directed by Gottfried Kolditz and starring Christel Bodenstein, Manfred Krug and Werner Lierck. It was released in 1962.

Con el viento solano (1967)

With the East Wind (Spanish: Con el viento solano) is a 1966 Spanish drama film directed by Mario Camus. It was entered into the 1966 Cannes Film Festival.

Fair of the Dove (1935)

Paloma Fair (Spanish:La verbena de la Paloma) is a 1935 Spanish musical film directed by Benito Perojo and starring Miguel Ligero, Roberto Rey and Raquel Rodrigo. It is an adaptation of the 1894 Zarzuela La verbena de la Paloma and it is part of the tradition of Operetta films which was at its height during the 1930s. The film was made by Spain's largest studio of the era CIFESA, and was one of the most popular films made during the Second Spanish Republic.

Marry Me, Cherie (1964)

Marry Me, Cherie (German: Heirate mich, Cherie) is a 1964 German-Austrian comedy film directed by Axel von Ambesser and starring Paul Hubschmid, Letícia Román and Ann Smyrner. It is based on a novel by Gábor Vaszary.

Como dos gotas de agua (1964)

Como dos gotas de agua is a 1963 Spanish musical comedy film directed by Luis César Amadori, scored by Gregorio García Segura and starring Pili and Mili.

Atraco a las tres (1962)

Atraco a las tres (Robbery at 3 o'clock) is a 1962 Spanish comedy film directed by José María Forqué. It is inspired by Mario Monicelli's masterpiece Big Deal on Madonna Street

Katrina's Dream (2018)

La paz empieza nunca (1960)

Peace Never Comes (Spanish:La paz empieza nunca) is a 1960 Spanish drama film directed by León Klimovsky and starring Adolfo Marsillach, Concha Velasco and Carmen de Lirio. It is set in the years following the Spanish Civil War. A man uses his relationship with a former lover to infiltrate a group of Republican insurgents against the Franco regime.

Ein Lied geht um die Welt (1933)

A Song Goes Round the World (German: Ein Lied geht um die Welt) is a 1933 German drama film directed by Richard Oswald and starring Joseph Schmidt, Viktor de Kowa and Charlotte Ander. An English-language version of the film was made My Song Goes Round the World by British International Pictures, also directed by Richard Oswald. The film serves as a semi-biopic of Joseph Schmidt, who appears in it himself. A 1958 film of the same name was also a biopic of Schmidt, who was by then dead.

La chatte (1958)

The Cat (French: La chatte) is a 1958 French war drama film directed by Henri Decoin and starring Françoise Arnoul, Bernhard Wicki and André Versini. The story is loosely based on that of the Resistance operative Mathilde Carré during the Second World War. A commercial success, it was followed by a sequel The Cat Shows Her Claws in 1960.

La tía de Carlos en mini-falda (1966)

¿Dónde vas, Alfonso XII? (1959)

Where Are You Going, Alfonso XII? (Spanish: ¿Dónde vas, Alfonso XII?) is a 1959 Spanish historical drama film directed by Luis César Amadori and starring Vicente Parra, Paquita Rico and Mercedes Vecino. It portrays the life of Alfonso XII of Spain. It was followed by a sequel Alfonso XII and María Cristina the following year.

The House in Montevideo (1951)

The House in Montevideo (German: Das Haus in Montevideo) is a 1951 West German comedy film directed by Curt Goetz and Valérie von Martens and starring Goetz, von Martens, Albert Florath and Lia Eibenschütz. It is an adaptation of Goetz's 1945 comic play The House in Montevideo. Goetz and von Martens had frequently played the lead parts on the stage. The play was later adapted into another film of the same title in 1963.

Unfinished Business (1977)

Asignatura pendiente is a 1977 Spanish drama film co- written and directed by José Luis Garci. The film was one of the most successful films in the 70's with 2,305,924 admissions. Nowadays, it is viewed as a portrait of society during the Spanish transition to democracy.

Der Vogelhändler (1962)

The Bird Seller (German: Der Vogelhändler) is a 1962 West German musical comedy film directed by Géza von Cziffra and starring Cornelia Froboess, Peter Weck and Albert Rueprecht.It is an operetta film, based on the stage work of the same title by Carl Zeller. Several other film adaptations have also been made. It was shot at the CCC Studios in Berlin and at Linderhof Palace in Bavaria. The film's sets were designed by the art director Rolf Zehetbauer.

...nur ein Komödiant (1935)

… nur ein Komödiant (also König der Maske; in English, … just a Comedian, or King of the Mask) is the title of an Austrian film of 1935. The director was Erich Engel, temporarily in Vienna as a political emigrant from Germany, who with this film made a statement against fascism and authoritarian government. That it passed the strict censors not only of the Third Reich but of Austria can only have been because all political references were veiled by their setting in a royal court of the 18th century. The premiere took place on 20 September 1935 in the Ufa-Palast in Hamburg. The film went on general release in Germany on 9 October 1935, opening in the Capitol in Berlin, and in Austria on 10 January 1936, opening in Vienna.

Straße der Verheißung (1962)

Street of Temptation (German: Straße der Verheißung) is a 1962 West German drama film directed by Imo Moszkowicz and starring Mario Adorf, Karin Baal and Johanna von Koczian.

Willy, der Privatdetektiv (1960)

Willy the Private Detective (German: Willy, der Privatdetektiv) is a 1960 West German comedy film directed by Rudolf Schündler and starring Willy Millowitsch, Renate Mannhardt and Rudolf Platte.

The Rabbit Is Me (1965)

The Rabbit Is Me (German: Das Kaninchen bin ich) is an East German dramatic film directed by Kurt Maetzig. It was filmed in 1965, and based on the novel by Manfred Bieler.

Zwei Herzen im Mai (1958)

Two Hearts in May (German:Zwei Herzen im Mai) is a 1958 West German musical comedy film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Dieter Borsche, Kristina Söderbaum and Walter Giller.The film's sets were designed by the art directors Hans Kuhnert and Wilhelm Vorwerg.

Planet of the Female Invaders (1966)

Does the Flower Bloom? (2018)

Does the Flower Bloom? (Japanese: 花は咲くか, Hepburn: Hana wa Saku ka) is a 2018 Japanese film based on manga series Hana wa Saku ka by Shoko Hidaka. Directed by Kaori Tanimoto, it stars Tsurugi Watanabe and Kousei Amano.

Fairy Tale (1998)

Fjällbackamorden: Strandridaren (2013)

Änglagård - Tredje gången gillt (2010)

House of Angels - Third Time Lucky (Swedish: Änglagård – tredje gången gillt) is a Swedish film that premiered on 25 December 2010 in Swedish cinemas. Is the third film of the Änglagård film trilogy.

SOS, Ded Moroz, ili Vsyo sbudetsya! (2015)

Un ragazzo e una ragazza (1984)

A Boy and a Girl (Italian: Un ragazzo e una ragazza) is a 1983 Italian romantic comedy film directed by Marco Risi.

Klinch (2015)

Guraffurîtâ Toki (2012)

"Swing it" magistern (1940)

Swing it, magistern! is a Swedish film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 21 December 1940, directed by Schamyl Bauman and starring Adolf Jahr and Alice Babs.

Pechat tsarya Solomona (2013)

The Color of Milk (2004)

The Color of Milk (aka The Colour of Milk, Neither Naked nor Dressed, or Selma and Andy), original title Ikke naken, is a 2004 Norwegian family film by Torun Lian with Julia Krohn (Selma), Ane Dahl Torp (Nora), Gustaf Skarsgård (Främlingen).

Beating Heart (1940)

Beating Heart (French: Battement de coeur) is a 1940 French film directed by Henri Decoin, and starring Danielle Darrieux and Claude Dauphin. It tells the story of a young woman escaping from reform school who tries to steal a foreign ambassador's watch but ends up falling in love with him. The film was remade as Heartbeat (1946), with Ginger Rogers and Basil Rathbone.

Her First Affair (1941)

Premier rendez-vous (US title: Her First Affair) is a 1941 French comedy film starring Danielle Darrieux. It was directed by Henri Decoin, who co-wrote the screenplay with Michel Duran. During the German occupation, the film was made by Continental Films at Paris Studios Cinéma.

Niko: Journey to Magika (2014)

FUNNE: Sea Dreaming Girls (2017)

072 Sentai G-ranger (2010)

Bulvarnyy pereplyot (2003)

Odisseya 1989 (2003)

Campa i Klaveret (2013)

Majorens oppasser (1964)

Majorens oppasser is a 1964 Danish comedy film directed by Sven Methling and starring Dirch Passer.

Winnerbäck - Ett slags liv (2017)

Temporary Road - (una) Vita di Franco Battiato (2013)

The Jönsson Gang & Dynamite Harry (1982)

Jönssonligan och Dynamit-Harry (1982) (The Johnson Gang & Dynamite-Harry - International: English title) is a Swedish film about the gang Jönssonligan, based on the Danish film Olsen-banden går amok. This is the second film in the series, and the first to feature Dynamit-Harry, who would replace Rocky in all the following films in the series.

The Moelleby Affair (1976)

The Moelleby Affair (Danish: Affæren i Mølleby) is a 1976 Danish family film directed by Tom Hedegaard and starring Poul Reichhardt.

Johan Glans: World Tour of Skandinavien (2013)

Odnoklassnitsy. #Novyypovorot (2017)

Den siste Fleksnes (1974)

The Last Fleksnes (Norwegian: Den siste Fleksnes) is a 1974 Norwegian comedy film directed by Bo Hermansson, starring Rolv Wesenlund and Aud Schønemann. The film is based on the television sitcom Fleksnes Fataliteter. It was entered into the 9th Moscow International Film Festival. Marve Fleksnes (Wesenlund) lives a comfortable life with his mother (Schønemann), but misses a woman in his life. He is afraid he might become the last Fleksnes. His mother enrols him in a charm school, where he excels. At the same time, a young lady moves into the apartment across the hall.

Ma'am May We Go Out? (1985)

Ma'am May We Go Out? is a 1985 Philippine comedy film produced by Viva Films. It starred Filipino comedians Tito Sotto, Vic Sotto and Joey de Leon.

The Story of Piera (1983)

The Story of Piera (Italian: Storia di Piera) is a 1983 Italian drama film directed by Marco Ferreri. Hanna Schygulla won the award for Best Actress at the 1983 Cannes Film Festival.

Underground Entertainment: The Movie (2011)

Sing, aber spiel nicht mit mir (1963)

Chembaruthi (1992)

Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2010 (2010)

Michael Bublé's 4th Annual Christmas Special: Christmas in New York (2014)

The Land of Sometimes (2021)

Holy Land (2010)

Media hora (y un epílogo) (2018)

All Aboard the Magical Music Express (2014)

Faces of Children (1925)

Faces of Children (French: Visages d'enfants) is a 1925 French-Swiss silent film directed by Jacques Feyder. It tells the story of a young boy whose mother has died and the resentments which develop when his father remarries. It was a notable example of film realism in the silent era, and its psychological drama was integrated with the natural landscapes of Switzerland where much of the film was made on location.

Ethan (1964)

Fatal Future (2018)

Dans la terrible jungle (2019)

Peyote to LSD: A Psychedelic Odyssey (2008)

Now That's Funny! On Set with TV's Hottest Comedies: A Paley Center for Media Special (2014)

The Kennedys: John, Bobby, Ted (2009)

One Summer When You Went Away (2020)

Chelovek iz budushchego (2016)

How Not to Rescue a Princess (2010)

Igra (2008)

Koshechka (2009)

Letuchaya mysh (1979)

Die Fledermaus Russian: Летучая мышь, romanized: Letuchaya mysh is a 1979 Soviet two-part operetta film directed by Yan Frid. It is based on Johann Strauss II's 1874 work of the same name.