Maxhumain (1998)

Tommy Tucker's Tooth (1922)

Tommy Tucker's Tooth is an animated short film by Walt Disney at his short-lived Laugh-O-Grams studio in Kansas City from 1922. The format was black and white, and without sound. The film was one of two commissioned by Kansas City Dentist Thomas B. McCrumb. It earned the Laugh-O-Gram studio $500. It extols the virtue of regular tooth brushing through the story of two boys: Tommy Tucker and Jimmie Jones. Tommy cares for his teeth, while Jimmie does not. The film ends with advice on proper tooth-brushing technique. In 1926 Disney made the follow up short Clara Cleans Her Teeth, starring Walt’s niece Marjorie Sewell Davis, after being contacted by McCromb again, who asked for a sequel.

The Dance Contest (1934)

Pop Goes Your Heart (1934)

The Notorious Lady (1927)

The Notorious Lady is a surviving 1927 silent film feature length adventure produced by Sam E. Rork and distributed by First National Pictures. It was directed by veteran actor/director King Baggot and starred Barbara Bedford and Lewis Stone. The film was based on a play, The River, by Patrick Hastings. Producer Rork's daughter, Ann Rork, has a leading role in the film.

Jean Cocteau: Autobiography of an Unknown (1983)

The Magic Curse (1975)

Wake Up the Gypsy in Me (1933)

Wake Up the Gypsy in Me is a 1933 black-and-white Merrie Melodies animated short film, based on the title song written by Lew Lehr, Harry Miller and Lew Pollack and directed by Rudolf Ising. The music score was a work of Frank Marsales.

George Jessel and His Russian Art Choir (1931)

The Dish Ran Away with the Spoon (1933)

Musical: Robin Hood (2012)

Left Right and Centre (1959)

Left Right and Centre is a 1959 British satirical comedy film directed by Sidney Gilliat and starring Ian Carmichael, Patricia Bredin, Richard Wattis, Eric Barker and Alastair Sim. It was produced by Frank Launder. A political comedy, it follows the events of a by-election in a small English town.

Nawang Gombu: Heart of a Tiger (2013)

Deadly Detour (2011)

The Rajah's Casket (1906)

Diana Bathing (1907)

How to Get... Revenge (1989)

Kureyon Shin-chan: Chô arashi wo yobu kinpoko no yûsha (2008)

Crayon Shin-chan: The Storm Called: The Hero of Kinpoko (クレヨンしんちゃん ちょー嵐を呼ぶ 金矛の勇者, Kureyon Shinchan: chou arashi wo yobu! kinpoko no yuusha) is a 2008 anime film. It is the 16th film based on the popular comedy manga and anime series Crayon Shin-chan. The film was released to theatres on April 19, 2008 in Japan. It was released in India on Hungama TV on 26 January 2013 as Shin Chan Movie: The Golden Sword. The film was produced by Shin-Ei Animation. The running time is 93 minutes. It grossed about 1.2 billion yen.

Naruto: Hidden Leaf Village Grand Sports Festival (2004)

Zero-Zero (2001)

Preston North End v. Wolverhampton Wanderers (1904)

Zombie on the Loose (2010)

The Girl Who Picks Flowers and the Girl Who Kills Insects (2000)

R20 (2004)

SubBerlin - Underground United (2008)

Iceland Food Center (2011)

Nick Winter and the Somnambulist Thief (1911)

Feet and Hands (1915)

Hall of Mirrors (1966)

Our Love (1995)

The Ravaged House: Zoroku's Disease (2004)

Pensão Globo (1999)

No Reason To Exist (2009)

Cambiar el Mundo (2007)

Past Perfumance (1955)

The English Potter (1933)

Ecce Homo (1967)

The Badger's Promise (2013)

I Lost / Ai Found (2013)

Epilogue (1950)

The Orplid Mystery or Epilogue (German: Epilog: Das Geheimnis der Orplid) is a 1950 West German thriller film directed by Helmut Käutner and starring Horst Caspar, Bettina Moissi and O.E. Hasse. The film did not perform well at the box office on its release. It was made at the Berlin studios of CCC Films. The film's sets were designed by the art director Emil Hasler.

David, Moffett, and Ornette: The Ornette Coleman Trio (1966)

Tres Relatos de Ciencia Ficción (2010)

Outlaw Country: Live from Austin, TX (2006)

A Portrait of Ga (1952)

Sanitary-Oborotni (1984)

7 sati kasnije (2013)

National Theatre Live: Medea (2014)

Stavros Tornes: The Poor Hunter of the South (1994)

Nobody Here But Us Chickens (1989)

Weirdo (2014)

Songs of Praise and Remembrance (1999)

Crockett-Doodle-Do (1960)

American Blogger - The First Journey (2014)

Forever's Gonna Start Tonight (2009)

The Last Beekeeper (2009)

Feest! (1963)

Gentleman Jim Reeves: The Story of a Legend (2003)

The Video Dating Tape of Desmondo Ray, Aged 33 and 3/4 (2013)

Hunting Creatures (2001)

Dance Like No One's Watching (2013)

Phil Collins and the Wild Frontier (2013)

Kasko (2009)

La clef de l'horloge (1989)

Kunoichi ninpô-chô II: Sei-shôjo no hihô (1992)

The Marriage (2011)

Allison (2012)

American Nomads (2011)

Penvriendin (2006)

My Boyfriend, The Sex Tourist (2007)

The Head of a Pin (2004)

Get Ready (1999)

Water Wrackets (1975)

Object Lesson (1941)

Happy Birthdaze (1943)

Machorka-Muff (1963)

Incredible Floridas (1972)

Age 13 (1955)

Age 13 is an educational film by Sid Davis released in 1955. It is property of the public domain. The film centers on Andrew, a thirteen-year-old boy stricken with grief over the recent death of his mother. On the day of her death her radio stops working, and Andrew believes that if he can repair it his mother will return. He is left with a cold, emotionally distant stepfather. He is also teased relentlessly in school, which leads him to bring a gun with him. During an altercation with another student in a physical education class, he fires the gun, injuring no one. Following the incident he receives counseling, is administered a Rorschach inkblot test and is encouraged to open up emotionally. However, his stepfather becomes increasingly brutal. Andrew commits a virtual murder by destroying a photograph of his stepfather, whom he blames for his mother's death; afraid his feelings will lead him to actual homicide, he runs away. By film's end he has recovered, and is adopted by his aunt and her husband. Musician Kevin Moore selected this film as inspiration for the Chroma Key album Graveyard Mountain Home. The film is included on DVD in a special edition of the album, playing at half speed and featuring the album's music soundtrack as opposed to the original.

The Sickle or the Cross (1949)

The Sickle or the Cross is a 1949 American drama film directed by Frank Strayer, which stars Kent Taylor, Gloria Holden, and Gene Lockhart. The screenplay was written by Jesse L. Lasky Jr. from an original story by T. G. Eggers. Produced and distributed by the Lutheran Laymen's League, it had its world premiere in Burbank, California on July 1, 1949.

The Ringer (1972)

Sugar Is Not Sweet (1965)

Mirage (1972)

Mirage (Spanish: Espejismo) is a 1972 Peruvian drama film directed by Armando Robles Godoy. Robles Godoy wrote the screenplay together with Bernardo Batievsky. It is the only Peruvian film to date to be nominated for a Golden Globe Award.

20/68: Schatzi (1968)

A Trip to Salt Lake City (1905)

Sex: How It Works (2013)

Mr. H Is Late (1988)

E-clip-se (1999)

Martha of the North (2009)

Koma (2009)

Operation 8 (2011)

The End (2014)

Crimson Bat - Oichi: Wanted, Dead or Alive (1970)

Bruce Lee in G.O.D.: Shibôteki yûgi (2001)

Kecoh! Hantu Raya Tok Chai (2013)

Felix the Cat in Forty Winks (1930)

Forty Winks is an animated short film made by the Pat Sullivan Studio, and is among the Felix the Cat shorts.

Bedsitters (1974)

Sting: Rough, Raw & Unreleased: Live at Irving Plaza (2011)

Sarah Sloane: The Rash (2012)

Constellations (2013)

Phii mai jim fun (2007)

Pablo's Villa (2013)