Billy the Kid's Gun Justice (1940)

Billy and friends come to the aid of ranchers victimized by a crooked land dealer.

Bachelor Bait (1934)

William Watts (Stuart Erwin) is the proud owner of Romance, Inc. With the help of his loyal secretary, Cynthia Douglas (Rochelle Hudson), Watts has turned his matchmaking enterprise into a lucrative business. But there's trouble afoot: Cutthroat exec "Big" Barney Nolan (Berton Churchill) wants to buy his company. When Watts refuses, Nolan schemes to pressure him into selling out. Meanwhile, Watts' ex-wife, Allie (Pert Kelton), comes back into his life with some demands of her own.

Au Pair, Kansas (2010)

A recently widowed woman who lives on a buffalo ranch in central Kansas hires a Norwegian soccer player as an au pair to help raise her two sons.

I Am Not a Rock Star (2012)

Filmmaker Bobbi Jo Krals chronicles a concert pianist from the ages of 12 to 20.

La Scuola e Finita (2010)

Two divorcing teachers (Valeria Golino, Vincenzo Amato) try to help a musically gifted high-school student (Fulvio Forti).

Happy Birthday, Gemini (1980)

Friends from Harvard drop in on the effeminate son (Alan Rosenberg) of a working-class Philadelphian (Robert Viharo).

Music from the Big House (2010)

Singer Rita Chiarelli performs for inmates at a Louisiana prison.

Siete Muertes Para el Texano (1987)

A father hires a cowboy to protect his family at the border, but the daughter is kidnapped and the mother is murdered.

6.5 Special (1958)

Two teenage girls (Dianne Todd, Avril Leslie) take a train to London with several pop acts rehearsing for a TV show.

Cowboy Cavalier (1948)

A musical cowboy and his sidekick help the female owner of a stagecoach line.

Mental (2012)

After his wife is committed to a psychiatric facility, a distracted politician (Anthony LaPaglia) hires a crazy hitchhiker (Toni Collette) to take care of his five dysfunctional daughters.

Cowboy Holiday (1934)

A cowboy tries to stop the reign of terror of a disguised outlaw.

Dancing Mothers (1926)

Neglected by her philandering husband and her busy daughter (Clara Bow), a woman (Alice Joyce) makes a play for the man both she and her daughter love.

Hello Brother (1999)

A ghost (Salman Khan) seeking revenge for his death haunts the man (Arbaaz Khan) who received his heart in a transplant.

Triple Bogey on a Par 5 Hole (1991)

An unseen screenwriter (Eric Mitchell) asks three heirs on a yacht about their parents, slain on a golf course.

Rajaji (1999)

A man (Govinda) hopes to marry for money but loves a poor woman, while his father wants him to be a workaholic.

Thoroughbred (2011)

A behind-the-scenes look at the world of horse racing as owners, trainers and jockeys prepare for the 2009 Kentucky Derby.

Bhrashtachar (1989)

Journalist Bhavani intends to expose and bring to justice a corrupt politician who pretends to be a social worker. However, she soon finds herself trapped in a web of conspiracies.

Babylon (2012)

Filmmakers document the construction, operation and dismantling of a massive refugee camp at a border checkpoint in Tunisia.

Grotesque (2009)

A doctor with extreme and depraved needs kidnaps a couple and forces them to compete in a game of torment that slowly erodes their hopes of survival.

Der letzte Fußgänger (1960)

A comedy directed by Wilhelm Thiele, featuring Heinz Erhardt.

Prisoner of Her Past (2010)

Sonia Reich survived the Holocaust as a child by running and hiding, 60 years later she thinks she is being hunted again.

The Phantom Of The Open Hearth (1976)

Ralph (David Elliott) needs a date for the junior prom and has his eye on the gorgeous Daphne Bigelow (Tobi Pilavin). Alas, such bliss does not come to pass, and instead he finds himself asking the plain Wanda Hickey (Roberta Wallach). As the prom looms on the horizon, a series of farcical events disrupt Ralph's existence, among them his "old man" (James Broderick) winning a risque table lamp, a church softball game that gets violent and a near-revolution at the local movie house.

Snow (2012)

Parvati begins a new life in Canada after her family is swept away in the Asian tsunami.

Safari (1999)

On her way to set up a factory, a woman (Juhi Chawla) gets marooned on an island and meets a man (Sanjay Dutt) who helps her survive.

Transcending: The Wat Misaka Story (2010)

The life story of the first person of color to be drafted into what is now the NBA.

Bulandi (2000)

Dada Thakur is the head of a village and the people consider his word as the final verdict. However, when his own brother Arjun is accused of rape by a school teacher, his authority is put at stake.

Robo Vampire (1988)

An agent is brought back from the dead as an android.

Touched (1983)

Young lovers (Robert Hays, Kathleen Beller) escape from their mental hospital to make a life in the outside world.

Hail (2012)

Dan is released from jail and reunites with the love of his life, Leanne. When she is ripped away from him, Dan falls into a savage hallucinatory state as he searches for revenge.

Rainbow Fireflies (2011)

Yuta goes to a place he used to visit with his father and is transported back in time. When he comes back to the present, a miracle occurs to the former children of the village.

Maniac (1977)

A Southwestern millionaire (Stuart Whitman) hires a hit man (Oliver Reed) to fix a $5 million problem that won't go away.

My Name Is Pecos (1966)

Bandits search for a barrel of loot hidden by a witness to a stagecoach robbery.

Seven Thunders (1957)

In 1943 France, escaped British POWs Dave (Stephen Boyd) and Jim (Tony Wright) hide in a tiny apartment in the port city of Marseille, waiting for a ship to England. Despite streets teeming with German soldiers, the men boldly mingle with the French locals, including the vivacious Lise (Anna Gaylor), who they believe is helping to break the remaining prisoners out of the POW camp -- though she's actually a petty thief who may or may not work for shady Dr. Martout (James Robertson Justice).

Murder is Easy (1982)

An American tourist (Bill Bixby) snoops around an English village that has a high number of accidental deaths.

Tibetan Dog (2011)

After his mother dies, Jiantan has to leave Xi'an to live with his father on the Tibetan steppe, where he meets a golden dog that helps him cope with the new challenges ahead.

Crime of the Century (1946)

A reporter disappears mysteriously when he learns too much about a crime.

Sor Batalla (1990)

A nun is sent to a distant town ruled by an evil man and using her faith and joy tries to change him.

Chabelo y Pepito detectives (1974)

Chabelo and Pepito have conflicts with their neighbor, a grumpy and unfriendly old man than one day catches them.

The President Vanishes (1935)

The president (Arthur Byron) fakes his own kidnapping to draw public favor and keep the country out of war.

Mushrooming (2012)

A journalist gets a tip about corruption rumors involving a politician.

The Creature Wasn't Nice (1983)

The crew of the U.S.S. Vertigo encounters an alien life form during a stopover at a distant planet.

Fish Meat (2012)

A fish scientist and an environmental engineer sail through the cradle of civilization to expose the world to modern fish farming.

No Vale Nada la Vida (1984)

A singer struggles to find balance in her love life, but instead falls into the clutches of alcohol addiction.

Dancers in the Dark (1932)

A dancer in love with a jazz musician finds her life complicated by a mobster from her past.

Everybody Has a Plan (2012)

Desperate to begin a new life, a man (Viggo Mortensen) assumes his late twin's identity. He gets more than he bargained for when he unwittingly becomes swept up in his brother's criminal dealings.

Libertador Morales, el justiciero (2009)

An honest and law-abiding motorcycle cabdriver dons a disguise and becomes El Justiciero -- an avenging hero who foils the crime spree of a local gang in Caracas.

Silk 2 (1989)

A Honolulu policewoman (Monique Gabrielle) looks for Japanese scrolls related to an art-museum insurance fraud.

Illicit (1931)

Anne Vincent (Barbara Stanwyck) is not particularly excited when it comes to marriage, despite her long-running relationship with Dick Ives (James Rennie). Although Dick would love to put a ring on her finger, Anne thinks marriage would spell the end of their love affair. Her opinion changes when people start to gossip about their nontraditional liaison. Worried about their reputation, the pair get married, as convention dictates -- and that's when the trouble starts.

The Strength of Water (2009)

A mysterious stranger's arrival in an isolated town forces Kimi and Melody apart and forces Kimi to let go of what he loves the most.

Praça Saens Peña (2008)

An alluring job offer has a deep impact on a family.

The Paw Project (2013)

A veterinarian fights big corporations to protect animals from being exploited.

Happy Husbands (2011)

Three married men meet a variety of women through a friend and have fun until their wives find out.

Turning (2012)

Antony, the Johnsons and Charles Atlas perform in major cities in Europe.

Submarine (1928)

Sailors and best friends Jack Dorgan (Jack Holt) and Bob Mason (Ralph Graves) receive separate assignments, and Bob remains at sea while Jack is sent to California. There, Jack meets and marries the vibrant Bessie (Dorothy Revier). But Bessie quickly becomes bored with marriage and looks forward to Jack's time at sea. While he is away, Bob arrives on leave and, unaware of Bessie's marriage, begins dating her. The men's friendship is severely tested when a life-and-death decision arises.

Dancing Man (1934)

Romance blooms for a couple in the musical entertainment world.

Joan Baez: How Sweet the Sound (2009)

Following folk musician Joan Baez on her extensive 2008-2009 tour, this film commemorates her career, which has spanned five decades. In addition to concert and archival footage are interviews with such disparate colleagues, friends and admirers as Bob Dylan, Jesse Jackson and David Crosby. In addition to the music, Baez's long history of global social activism is also touched upon, featuring footage of the singer visiting conflict areas such as North Vietnam and Sarajevo.

The Graveyard Story (1991)

An old doctor (John Ireland) finds a kidnapped girl's gravesite; a detective and a newswoman find out more.

Kasba (1991)

A dishonest businessman's (Manohar Singh) adopted daughter (Mita Vashisht) takes action when his eldest son (Shatrughan Sinha) is arrested for counterfeiting.

Execution (2013)

In 1995, Richard and Daniel, two fledgling filmmakers, get unprecedented access to a prison, and they speak with a condemned inmate. Their footage is confiscated by the warden and returned 10 years later.

Kushi (2000)

After crossing paths several times while growing up, a man and a woman meet and fall in love.

Danger in the Middle East (1960)

A criminal attempts to cap his career with a caper involving important documents thought to be worth a king's ransom.

Danger in the Pacific (1942)

An American spy is sent to investigate a Pacific island thought to be a secret enemy munitions site.

A Beautiful Belly (2011)

When Danny (Lauren Brown) gets pregnant on her first date with Jason (Chris Worley), the two decide to marry, but they each find themselves attracted to other people, as the due date approaches.

You Will Be My Son (2011)

A French winemaker's (Niels Arestrup) contentious relationship with his son (Lornt Deutsch) comes to a head when he asks the young man's childhood friend to become a partner in the winery.

A Pin for the Butterfly (1994)

Marushka (Florence Hoath) lives with her grandmother (Joan Plowright) and grandfather (Ian Bannen) in 1950s Czechoslovakia. While the girl's mother (Imogen Stubbs) tries to advance her acting career by currying favor with Communist officials, Marushka's uncle (Hugh Laurie) is an outspoken dissident, drawing the attention of the authorities and causing tension in the family. When her uncle secretly prepares to escape to the West, Marushka hopes to go with him.

The Dead One (1961)

A jealous woman (Monica Davis) uses voodoo to summon a zombie that will kill her brother's (John McKay) new wife (Linda Ormond).

Rolled (2012)

Filmmaker Whit Scott returns to his hometown to track down the members of a secret club that threw toilet paper on houses. He meets with his old friends and he is shocked when he discovers the current members have changed the tradition.

A Girl, 3 Guys And A Gun (2001)

A heartbroken man (Brent Florence) and his buddies resort to thievery to raise the cash they need to skip town.

Lloyd the Conqueror (2011)

A tyrannical professor (Mike Smith) coerces three slacker students into joining his LARP league in exchange for a passing grade.

The House Across the Street (1949)

A lowly columnist attempts to reclaim his dignity and his editorial post by tracking down a notorious gangster.

Killer's Freedom (2008)

A man's daughter goes missing after a paroled child-killer moves back to the community.

Santa and the Ice Cream Bunny (1972)

Children and a bunny try to help Santa get his sleigh out of Florida sand.

The Cat Ate the Parakeet (1972)

A pair of hippies leads a 13-year-old boy astray, then deserts him in his time of trouble.

Wolves (1999)

"Wolves" brings to the big screen one of Earth's big predators -- the gray wolf of North America. It took a highly-skilled team to make a film about one of the planets most elusive creatures. The film smashes misconceptions, old wives tales, and stereotypes that have dogged the wolf for centuries.

The Challenge (1948)

Bulldog Drummond investigates the murder of a sea captain who died before revealing the location of his hidden gold.

The Serpent of Death (1990)

An archaeologist (Jeff Fahey) and an innocent beauty (Camilla More) race villains to the treasures of Alexander the Great.

Renfield the Undead (2010)

An insane former vampire slave of Dracula, R. N. Renfield (Phil Nichols), stalks the residents of a city.

Old Chisholm Trail (1943)

A spokesman (Johnny Mack Brown) for cattlemen needs a wily woman's fenced-off water.

The Tenderfoot (1932)

Cowboy Peter Jones (Joe E. Brown) travels from Texas to New York, intent on making a fortune for himself and his mother. Targeting Peter as an easy mark, producers Sam Lehman (Lew Cody) and McLure (Robert Greig) convince him to invest in their show. Attracted to their secretary, Ruth (Ginger Rogers), Peter agrees. However, Ruth predicts the show will be a failure, and when it flops Peter buys out his partners. With Ruth's help, Peter then faces a series of bizarre challenges to revive the show.

Oh, God! You Devil (1984)

Unable to gain any professional momentum as a musician, Bobby Shelton (Ted Wass) casually says he would be willing to sell his soul for success. While performing at a wedding, Bobby meets Harry O. Tophet (George Burns), who guarantees seven years as a star performer in return for his soul. Desperate, Bobby signs with Harry, only to find out the old man actually is Satan. Despite his newfound fame, Bobby misses his family and calls for God (also Burns) to help him.

Parallax Sounds (2012)

The connection between musicians and the city of Chicago.

Bromo and Juliet (1926)

A young man puts on a play but has to watch his drunken father and a persistent cabdriver during the performance.

Half Human (1955)

Japanese and American scientists face a monster whose other half is beast.

Violent Stranger (1957)

The wife (Faith Domergue) of a condemned man tries to save him in England by finding the real killer (Zachary Scott).

My Beautiful Days (2001)

With one month left of military duty, a man (Kim Hyun-sung) re-evaluates his relationship with three women.

Small Time (1996)

A Harlem mugger (Richard Barboza) sits in jail for murder, recalling his life, confessing his crimes.

Chaos and Desire (2002)

When her hometown in Quebec exhibits strange tidal patterns, seismologist Alice Bradley (Pascale Bussires) travels from Tokyo to analyze the situation. Once she arrives, she meets a pilot, Marc Vandal (Jean-Nicolas Verreault), and is reacquainted with her old friend, Catherine (Julie Gayet), a journalist. While she develops a relationship with Marc, a widower, she encounters strange residents, such as a waitress and a sleepwalking child, who lead her to a supernatural conclusion.

Sure Fire (1990)

Wes (Tom Blair) is determined to purchase land in his hometown of Circlesville, Utah, then sell it to Californians eager to get away from urban sprawl. When bank manager Dick (Rick Blackwell) declines to go into a partnership with him, Wes tries to get his best friend, Larry (Robert Ernst), to help him with the business. Meanwhile at home, Wes is an overbearing father to his resentful son, Phillip (Phillip R. Brown), who is preparing for his first hunting trip.

The Beginning or the End (1947)

Gen. Leslie R. Groves (Brian Donlevy) oversees scientists on the Manhattan Project, the first atomic bomb.

City of Shadows (2010)

A doctor on his way home from North Africa tries to save a city from the plague.

Arizona Seaside (2007)

A factory worker (Alexandra Hunter) from Kazakhstan wants to be a country-music star.

Too Much, Too Soon (1958)

Based on the autobiography of Diana Barrymore (Dorothy Malone), the troubled daughter of actor John Barrymore (Errol Flynn).

U.F.O. (1956)

Re-creations and file footage, some in color, outline the findings of a government UFO study.

The Deadly Dust (1978)

Spider-Man swings to the rescue when a nuclear bomb created by three college students falls into criminal hands.

Percy's Progress (1974)

A man who had an unusual transplant returns from a cruise to find he is the only male in the world who is not impotent.

Solitude (2002)

Louis and Hilary are a twisted brother and sister who like to badger, berate, and bewitch each other. When Hilary comes home to announce that she is leaving Phoenix for good, she brings Soledad, a love-struck desert artist. As Louis and Hilary's fun and games escalate, Soledad gets a lacerating look at their perverse relationship and a preview of the betrayal to come.

Almost Perfect (2011)

A career woman tries to balance her demanding family and her perfect new boyfriend.

Satan's Princess (1989)

A detective (Robert Forster) tracks a missing person to a modeling agency run by a chic vampire called Nicole (Lydie Denier).

Code of the Streets (1939)

When a man is charged with murder, his son is joined by the arresting officer's son to clear his name of guilt.