A Fight to the Finish (1947)
Cross Fire (1933)
Cross Fire is a 1933 American Pre-Code Western film starring Tom Keene. It made a profit of $26,000.
Elbert Hubbard: An American Original (2009)
Iceman: Hunt for a Killer (2003)
Sagar Balaka (1983)
The Orb (2005)
Japoteurs (1942) is the tenth of seventeen animated Technicolor short films based upon the DC Comics character of Superman, originally created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster. The first Superman cartoon produced by Famous Studios (the successor to Fleischer Studios), Japoteurs covers Superman's adventures stopping Japanese spies from hijacking a bomber plane and bringing it to Tokyo. This cartoon does not bear the Famous Studios name because that company had not yet been fully organized after Max Fleischer was removed by Paramount Pictures from the studio which bore his name. The cartoon was originally released to theaters by Paramount Pictures on September 18, 1942.
The word "Japoteur" is a portmanteau of the ethnic slur "Jap" and the word "saboteur".
Cultures of Resistance (2010)
The Medico of Painted Springs (1941)
The Medico of Painted Springs (also known as Doctor's Alibi) is a 1941 American western film produced by Columbia Pictures. Based on the novel of the same name by James Lyon Rubel, the film stars Charles Starrett, Terry Walker, Ben Taggart, Wheeler Oakman, and the Simp-Phonies in a cameo appearance. It was directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by Wyndham Gittens and Winston Miller. In the film, Starrett's character, Dr. Steven Monroe, travels to a tumultuous Painted Springs and attempts to resolve a raging conflict between two camps – the cattlemen and the sheep ranchers.
The film received mixed reviews from contemporary film critics. After the release of the film in June 1941, Columbia allowed the release of two more Medico films, Thunder Over the Prairie (July 1941) and Prairie Stranger (September 1941). Starrett, who went on to star in around sixty other western flicks, found The Medico of Painted Springs to be his favorite film. The film has many noticeable differences from Rubel's original work.
Paging Emma (1999)
Paging Emma is a 1999 Puerto Rican film. The film was written and directed by Roberto Busó-García.
Highball Highway (1963)
Trouble in Molopolis (1969)
The Battle (1970)
Kliou the Tiger (1935)
BaadAsssss Cinema (2002)
BaadAsssss Cinema is a 2002 documentary film, directed by Isaac Julien. Julien looks at the Blaxploitation era of the 1970s in this hour-long documentary.
Aardvark'd: 12 Weeks with Geeks (2005)
Aardvark'd: 12 Weeks with Geeks is a 2005 documentary film about the development of Fog Creek Copilot, a remote assistance software tool. Conceptualization of the film began when Fog Creek Software CEO Joel Spolsky announced on his blog that he was seeking a filmmaker to document the development of the product, then called Project Aardvark. On May 3, 2005 it was announced that Lerone D. Wilson of Boondoggle Films would direct the film, and principal photography commenced shortly afterward. The film was released November 7, 2005 on DVD, and sold over 2,500 copies within the first few days of release. Later, Aardvark'd became a launch title for Google Videos Google Video Store paid download service. It is now also available on YouTube.
A Shadow of Blue (2012)
Anybody's War (1930)
Anybody's War is a 1930 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by Richard Wallace and written by Lloyd Corrigan, Hector Turnbull and Walter Weems. The film stars George Moran, Charles Mack, Joan Peers, Neil Hamilton, Walter Weems and Betty Farrington. The film was released on July 10, 1930, by Paramount Pictures.
A Laugh or Two (1928)
The Tenth Symphony (1918)
The Tenth Symphony (French: La Dixième Symphonie) is a 1918 silent French drama film directed by Abel Gance.
Redneck Revenge (1996)
How to Break 90 #3: Hip Action (1933)
A Hot Dog Program (1999)
Frankie and Johnnie... Were Lovers (1973)
Killing Us Softly 3: Advertising's Image of Women (1999)
Everything Is All Right, Mom! (2010)
Hunt for the Great White Shark (1994)
VistaVision Visits Sun Trails (1955)
Mysterious Planet (1982)
He Cooked His Goose. (1952)
He Cooked His Goose is the 140th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1952 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.59.
The Froze Nose Knows (1970)
Unterm Röckchen stößt das Böckchen (1974)
The Killing Kind (2004)
Cerro Pelado (1966)
All the Way (2001)
The Good Omen (2009)
Time Machine: When Cowboys Were King (2003)
The Bielski Brothers: Jerusalem in the Woods (2006)
The Man in White Part 2: Requiem for the Lion (2003)
Suddenly, a Woman (1963)
Suddenly, a Woman! (Danish: Gudrun) is a 1963 Danish drama film directed by Anker Sørensen and starring Laila Andersson.
Our Problems (2004)
The Peony Pavilion (1995)
Terra Incognita (2002)
Ming Ghost (1993)
Podejrzani zakochani (2013)
The Second Execution of Romell Broom (2012)
The Millennial Rapture (2012)
Fowl Play (2009)
A Bath Tub Elopement (1916)
Rockin' Thru the Rockies (1940)
Rockin' thru the Rockies is the 45th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1940 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
Don't Smoke That Cigarette (2000)
It Happened in New York (1935)
It Happened in New York is a 1935 American musical comedy film directed by Alan Crosland and starring Gertrude Michael, Heather Angel and Lyle Talbot. It is based on a play Bagdad on the Hudson by Ward Morehouse and Jean Dalrymple. A New York taxi driver is hired as a bodyguard to a film star, whose manager is always involving her in publicity stunts.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Charles D. Hall.
Jillian's Travels: Africa (2012)
Held Hostage in Colombia (2003)
Bacon & God's Wrath (2015)
Bacon and God's Wrath is a Canadian short documentary film, which premiered at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival. Directed by Sol Friedman and mixing animation with live action interview footage, the film centres on Razie Brownstone, a 90-year-old Jewish woman who, after undergoing a crisis of faith which has led her to reject many of the tenets of her religion, is preparing to cook and eat bacon for the first time in her life.
At TIFF, the film received an Honourable Mention from the jury for the Best Canadian Short Film award. The film was later named to TIFF's year-end list of the ten best Canadian short films of the year.
In 2016 the film won the Short Film Jury Award for Non-fiction at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival, and the Canadian Screen Award for Best Short Documentary at the 4th Canadian Screen Awards.
Pirates: 4-D (1999)
Pirates 4D (also known as Pirates 3D) is an attraction film designed to be shown in a specially-built or remodeled theater space in a theme park, featuring in-theater special effects, sometimes referred to as a 4D film.
The film itself is a dual strip 70mm 3D film short, featuring the actors Leslie Nielsen and Eric Idle. It was produced by Busch Entertainment Corporation, and distributed by Iwerks Entertainment. It was released in 1999, and first shown at Sea World Ohio (then owned by Busch), at two Busch Gardens parks, and at Thorpe Park in England, then owned by The Tussauds Group, which was the earliest overseas venue.
Il trovatore (1983)
Avalanche: The White Death (1998)
Bruce Lee: The Lost Interview (1971)
Bruce Lee: The Lost Interview is the name given to the 9 December 1971 edition of The Pierre Berton Show, which featured actor Bruce Lee in his only English speaking television interview. Its title is derived from its status; it was presumed lost for several years until its rediscovery and airing on 2 November 1994.
Everybody Loves It (1964)
Why Babies Leave Home (1928)
Whatever it Takes (1998)
That Film About Money (2014)
Weather Diary 3 (1988)
Night Eyes 4: Fatal Passion (1996)
Night Eyes 4: Fatal Passion is a 1996 erotic thriller film directed by Rodney McDonald. It is the fourth film in the Night Eyes series. Like the previous films, it stars Andrew Stevens as security expert Will Griffith.
This is Justin Bieber (2011)
Miami Manhunt (2008)
The Secret KGB UFO Abduction Files (2000)
Faith No More: Who Cares A Lot? The Greatest Videos (1990)
What Happened to Mary (1912)
What Happened to Mary (frequently erroneously referred to in various texts as "What Happened to Mary?" — but the title was a statement, not a question) is the first motion picture serial made in the United States. Made by Edison Studios, the action serial consisted of twelve one-reel episodes released monthly beginning July 26, 1912 to coincide with the serial story of the same name published in McClure's The Ladies' World magazine. What Happened to Mary was performed as a stage play and published as a single-volume print novel, so is an early example of a multiple-media marketing campaign. The scripts was written by Horace G. Plympton and directed by Charles Brabin. The star of the serial was Mary Fuller.
Broker's Follies (1937)
Maria Stuarda (2002)
3rd Reich: Hitler's UFOs and the Nazi's Most Powerful Weapon (2017)
White Heart (1975)
Endangered Species (2004)
North of the Rockies (1942)
North of the Rockies is a 1942 American film directed by Lambert Hillyer for Columbia Pictures.
Eagle of the Night (1928)
Eagle of the Night is a 1928 American drama film serial directed by James F. Fulton.
Demon Possessed (1993)
Boyhood Daze (1957)
Boyhood Daze is a 1957 Merrie Melodies cartoon featuring young boy Ralph Phillips. Following From A to Z-Z-Z-Z (1954), it is one of two cartoons in which he stars.
Jack. L. Warner: The Last Mogul (1993)
Egypt Beyond the Pyramids (2001)
Rancho, Oro y Sangre (2009)
Dread Beat an' Blood (1979)
Heaven-Bound Travelers (1935)
The Devil's Show (2014)
BBS: The Documentary (2005)
BBS: The Documentary (commonly referred to as BBS Documentary) is a 3-disc, 8-episode documentary about the subculture born from the creation of the bulletin board system (BBS) filmed by computer historian Jason Scott Sadofsky of textfiles.com.
Production work began in July 2001 and completed in December 2004. The finished product began shipping in May 2005.
Although the documentary was released under the Creative Commons Attribute-ShareAlike 2.0 License and later under 3.0, meaning that anyone can legally download it for free, Jason Scott Sadofsky has made it known that the downloadable version is only a taste of the full experience and recommends that individuals purchase the documentary DVDs.
Lust in Space: The Erotic Witch Project IV (2005)
Gandy's Dream Girl (1944)
Fatal Footsteps (1926)