The Little Red Schoolhouse (1936)

At age 17, Ohio orphan Frankie (Frank Coghlan Jr.), exasperated by school, decides to run away. He leaves his brother, Dickie (Dickie Moore), and sister, Mary (Ann Doran), and ends up in New York City alone. There, he meets a group of delinquents who abuse him, pressuring him to get food for them through illegal means. As Frankie begins to regret his decision to leave, the young hooligans get involved in murderous activity, with the blame falling directly on an innocent Frankie.

The McGuerins from Brooklyn (1942)

Tim McGuerin (William Bendix) is a cabbie from Brooklyn, N.Y., working overtime to start his own service, despite the fact that he has only one taxi and a single co-worker. Tim falls head over heels for one of his fares, burlesque dancing beauty Sadie O'Brien (Grace Bradley), and the feeling is mutual. Unfortunately, a dangerous gangster masquerading as a club owner also has eyes for Sadie, and his jealousy could wreck both Tim's budding romance and the fledgling cab company.

These Foolish Things (2013)

An unexpected visitor brightens a widow's disposition.

Awestruck (2013)

A young couple have a strange encounter while on vacation.

Project Moon Base (1953)

Science-fiction author Robert A. Heinlein co-scripted this story about a lunar expedition threatened by a saboteur.

Gregoire Moulin vs. Humanity (2001)

Born on Friday the 13th, timid accountant Grégoire Moulin (Artus de Penguern) has had only one kind of luck: bad. But when he meets a beautiful ballet teacher named Odile (Pascale Arbillot), they arrange to meet in a bar across the street, and Grégoire only needs to cross the road to change his fate. It proves easier said than done. With soccer fever sweeping Paris, Grégoire's quest to make his date intersects with the big game, and their match also hangs in the balance until the final whistle.

Men on Her Mind (1944)

A radio/nightclub singer (Mary Beth Hughes) makes suitors (Edward Norris, Ted North) wait for her career.

Let Timmy Smoke (2014)

Examines California's Proposition 19 and the fight to legalize marijuana.

The Violent Breed (1985)

Two ex-commandos return to Southeast Asia to stop a third from running drugs for organized crime and the KGB.

Katusha (2014)

A 19-year-old teenager fights for her father's love by playing a violin piece.

Charlotte and Her Boyfriend (1960)

A jilted man (Jean-Paul Belmondo) rants at his mostly silent former lover (Anne Collette).

Detectives (1928)

A conniving bellhop makes life miserable for a hotel detective.

Oh Happy Day (2007)

Two men experience the consequences of a one night stand when they find out they will be working together and must make their unique relationship work no matter how they feel about each other.

Spring Fever (1927)

Impoverished shipping clerk Jack Kelly (William Haines) is a natural golfer. Jack's boss (George Fawcett) invites him to his country club so he can teach Jack how to play golf. Jack's skills on the course attract a bevy of onlookers, including the beautiful heiress Allie Monte (Joan Crawford). Jack tells her he's a millionaire, and they begin a romance and get married. But, when she finds out he's poor, she leaves him. Jack's only chance to win her back is a golf tournament.

The Bellamy Trial (1929)

A couples goes on trial for the brutal murder of a slinky seductress.

Imparables (2014)

After Juan Mendez loses his arm and leg in a motorcycle accident, he helps found a cycling club and becomes the top athlete in his class.

You Can't Take it With You (1979)

An eccentric Manhattan patriarch (Art Carney) meets the stuffy parents of his granddaughter's fiance.

In The Hands Of The Gods (2007)

Five friends set out on an amazing journey to Argentina to meet their idol, Diego Maradona.

The Duke Steps Out (1929)

An heir who wants to become a boxer enrolls in college instead after meeting a pretty coed.

Redemption Ride (2011)

A world-class cyclist thinks his career is over after he tests positive for performance enhancing drugs.

The Birth (1988)

In a small Indian village, elderly Chakyar (Premji) awaits his son Raghu's arrival for the celebration of his daughter's (Archana) engagement. Raghu has been missing since taking part in a political protest, but his father goes to the bus station every day to await his arrival. After reading in the newspaper that Raghu has been arrested in the city of Trivandrum, Chakyar journeys there to discover where he is being held, but the police refuse to admit they have his son.

The Bushranger (1928)

In Australia, an escaped convict robs the rich and distributes his plunder to the poor.

The Milky Way (1940)

Three kittens tie balloons to their basket so they can get to the milk of the Milky Way.

The Incredible Genie (1999)

A 13-year-old (Matt Koruba) finds a genie, whose rusty powers land him and his new master in trouble.

The Overland Telegraph (1929)

An Army officer battles hostile American Indians at the start of the Civil War.

I, Zombie (1998)

A botany student (Giles Aspen) documents his physical and mental deterioration after a stranger's bite turns him into a flesh-eating zombie.

Olsen's Night Out (1934)

A Swedish janitor just wants a night out, but girls and gangsters keep him from it.

Sioux Blood (1929)

After brothers are separated during a raid, Indians raise one boy, while whites raise the other.

Dream Deceivers: The Story Behind James Vance vs. Judas Priest (1995)

Members of heavy-metal band Judas Priest are put on trial following the suicide and attempted suicide of two teens.

Camorra (1986)

A woman's (ngela Molina) ex-boyfriend (Harvey Keitel) is suspected in the ritual executions of Naples drug traffickers.

Jeunesse sans Dieu (1996)

In 1938, it is revealed that Pabst, an introspective schoolteacher, has a class full of adolescent Aryan boys inculcated with Nazi beliefs.

Dead Creatures (2001)

Women with a disease which forces them to be cannibals support one another.

Eliminators (1986)

Mad scientist Dr. Reeves (Roy Dotrice) uses the body of a downed pilot to build a cyborg he calls "Mandroid" (Patrick Reynolds). Reeves uses Mandroid as a guinea pig for a series of time-travel experiments, and, after the latest test proves successful, he decides to send Mandroid to the junk yard. Mandroid, however, is not amenable to this idea. He escapes and sets out to find Nora Hunter (Denise Crosby), a robotics scientist who might be able to help him get revenge against Reeves.

Tornado (2005)

A massive tornado threatens the lives of a journalist (Daniel Bernhardt), a producer (Ruth Platt) and a town of Gypsies.

Sweethearts and Wives (1930)

At a French inn, an unfaithful wife trades places with a maid to hunt for a murdered woman's valuable necklace.

Demimonde (2015)

The story of three women whose complex relationship can only lead to one thing: murder.

Time Burst: The Final Alliance (1989)

A CIA agent (Michiko) and a bulletproof amnesiac (Scott David King) join a chase for Japanese tablets of immortality.

Secret Sins of the Father (1994)

Louis (Lloyd Bridges) is a farmer in small-town Nebraska. All seems well in his quiet life until the town's spiteful sheriff, Tom (Beau Bridges), who is also Louis' son, unexpectedly charges Louis with the murder of his mother. Louis knows he's innocent and thinks that his son is merely out to get him because he's been having a heated affair with Tom's former lover. Can father and son put their bad blood aside for the sake of the family? Or will Tom's vengeance prevail?

The Lady Who Dared (1931)

Blackmail prompts a smuggler into obtaining incriminating photos of a diplomat's wife, but he falls in love with her instead.

Belizaire The Cajun (1986)

A Cajun medicine man (Armand Assante) responds to the persecution of his people by vigilantes in 1850s Louisiana.

Smog (1962)

An ambitious Italian lawyer makes the rounds in Los Angeles after he becomes stranded en route to Mexico City.

Tropical Carmine (2015)

A man who dresses and acts like a woman returns to her village of birth to investigate the death of a friend.

One Night at Susie's (1930)

A woman gets help from her gangster friends after her foster son takes the blame for a murder he did not commit.

Black Hills Ambush (1952)

A U.S. marshal (Allan "Rocky" Lane) and his stallion help an old friend (Eddy Waller) fight freight robbers.

City Slickers Can't Stay With Me: The Coach Bob Larsen Story (2015)

The career, success and influence of coach Bob Larsen.

The Hazing (2004)

College students spending the night in a deserted mansion as part of a pledge are terrorized and murdered by a deranged professor.

Mordy to the Max (2012)

An unathletic high-school science prodigy (Marc Morgan) puts his bright academic future at risk to follow his dream of playing college basketball.

Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella (1997)

Cinderella (Brandy) chafes under the cruelty of her wicked stepmother (Bernadette Peters) and her evil stepsisters, Calliope (Veanne Cox) and Minerva (Natalie Desselle), until her Fairy Godmother (Whitney Houston) steps in to change her life for one unforgettable night. At the ball, she falls for handsome Prince Christopher (Paolo Montalban), whose parents, King Maximillian (Victor Garber) and Queen Constantina (Whoopi Goldberg), are anxious for him to find a suitable paramour.

Private's Progress (1956)

As World War II settles over England, university student Stanley Windrush (Ian Carmichael) receives his call-up. During training, Windrush is plunged into a thoroughly unfamiliar world, with his leading officer, Maj. Hitchcock, more apt to be found in a pub than on the base. There's also Pvt. Percy Fox (Richard Attenborough), a cunning working-class type always on the make, and the cold and crafty Bertram Tracepurcel (Dennis Price). All are being trained for an unusual mission inside Germany.

The Goodbye People (1986)

A retiree (Martin Balsam), his daughter (Pamela Reed) and a stranger (Judd Hirsch) share his dream of reopening his Coney Island hot-dog stand.

Changing Season (2015)

A year in the life of farmer, slow food advocate and sansei David Masumoto.

Some Interviews on Personal Matters (1977)

Sopiko, a young newspaper employee, interviews her mother after she writes a negative letter to the editor.

The Angry Dragon (1973)

Far East pimps are stopped by a chief detective who knows how to kick.

Musée haut, musée bas (2008)

Herds of ignorant tourists shuffle between galleries while a natural disaster lurks.

Call of The Yukon (1938)

A collie's courtship of a wolf-dog parallels that of a writer (Beverly Roberts) and a trapper (Richard Arlen).

In The Name of God (2013)

A longtime foster child (Patrick Davis) attends a church-based support group whose leader (Eric Roberts) uses the Ten Commandments as the basis of his teachings.

Haathi Mere Saathi (1971)

A man (Rajesh Khanna) shares a strong bond with his elephant companions, but his wife (Tanuja) soon becomes jealous of the animals.

Desperadoes' Outpost (1952)

Rancher Nugget Clark (Eddy Waller) has seen thugs rob and destroy several of his stagecoaches, so he asks government gumshoe Rocky Lane (Allan "Rocky" Lane) for help. Working undercover as a stagecoach driver, Rocky determines that unethical locals Jim Boylan (Roy Barcroft) and Walter Fleming (Lyle Talbot) covet Nugget's valuable land, and that the crimes are part of a campaign to chase him away. Having diagnosed the problem, Rocky must now fix it.

The Stranger (1987)

Killers try to silence an amnesiac (Bonnie Bedelia) who can remember a triple murder but not her name.

Fugitive from Sonora (1943)

A traveling parson's (Don "Red" Barry) paroled twin brother is forced to join outlaws.

Live (2014)

A young man is forced to participate in a death race to save his mother.

Green Fire (1954)

In the mountains of Colombia, engineer and explorer Rian Mitchell (Stewart Granger) finds an enormous emerald mine thought to have been first discovered by Spanish conquistadors centuries before. Driven by avarice, Mitchell feuds with his more circumspect business partner, Vic Leonard (Paul Douglas), the beautiful owner of the nearby coffee plantation (Grace Kelly), her headstrong brother (John Ericson) and a band of local outlaws who want the emerald mine for themselves.

Mule-Tide Christmas (2014)

While preparing for the holidays, Santa and his mule sidekick, Napo, come across a wicked goblin who wants to ruin Christmas.

Taming Sutton's Gal (1957)

A bank clerk (John Lupton) charms a backwoods beauty (Gloria Talbott) and makes a married moonshiner (Jack Kelly) mad.

A Matter of Justice (1993)

In this adaptation of a true story, young marine Chris Brown (Jason London) returns home to his parents, Mary (Patty Duke) and Jack (Martin Sheen), with his new wife, a manipulative older woman named Dusty (Alexandra Powers). Mary does not support the marriage and urges Chris to divorce Dusty, but Chris ignores her pleas and claims that they are in love. When Chris is found dead, Mary suspects Dusty of killing him, and vows to avenge his murder and gain custody of her granddaughter.

The Negro Soldier (1944)

The history of and contributions made by black Americans in the armed forces from the Revolutionary War to the 1940s.

Gone South: How Canada Invented Hollywood (2014)

The long history and major influence Canadians have had on the development of American pop culture.

Mojave Firebrand (1944)

A cowboy (Bill Elliott) saves a silver prospector from outlaws.

Night Watch (2004)

Hundreds of years ago there was a battle between the Warriors of Light and the evil Warriors of Darkness. Realizing that they were evenly matched, the two sides agreed to a truce. The fragile peace between good and evil is kept in place by two groups: the Day Watch and the Night Watch, each monitoring the opposing side. Now Night Watch member Anton Gorodetsky (Konstantin Khabensky) finds himself at the center of a prophecy that may mark the end of the delicate balance between the two sides.

Stepchild (1947)

A man (Donald Woods) divorces his wife (Brenda Joyce) and finds a new mother (Terry Austin) for his children; too bad she's a rotten one.

Adam Bede (1992)

Desperation drives a pregnant dairymaid (Patsy Kensit) to pursue the father, spurn a suitor and eventually abandon the baby in 19th-century England.

Ishk Actually (2013)

Gia struggles to choose between two men and travels along a path that will lead to true love.

At Full Gallop (2000)

A railroad clerk (Aitor Merino) who dreams of being a cowboy gets a chance to play the hero when his employer's shady business dealings come to light.

Story of My Death (2013)

Famous lover Casanova (Vicenç Altaió), now long past his prime, meets Count Dracula (Eliseu Huertas) during a journey to Transylvania.

The Good Mistress (2014)

A woman's one-night stand turns out to be her friend's husband, and a local political candidate.

Born in Absurdistan (2000)

An Austrian couple receive the wrong baby at a hospital and go to Turkey to find the pair who have their newborn.

Paul Temple Returns (1952)

A serial killer terrorizes London. Each victim is found with a telegram signed "The Marquis". There seems to be no other common thread between the victims. An amateur sleuth who is warned to stay away from the case starts to investigate.

The Final Days (1989)

The Washington Post's investigative reporting has broken open the Watergate scandal, and President Richard Nixon (Lane Smith) faces impeachment and even conviction. During the final months of Nixon's presidency, his elaborate web of lies begins to cave in, and the once formidable president gradually becomes reclusive and paranoid, even towards his own attorney, J. Fred Buzhardt (Richard Kiley), and chief of staff, Alexander Haig (David Ogden Stiers).

The Bed (1968)

A sculptor's current and former wives stand vigil by his bedside as his final hours pass painfully away.

A Hungarian Fairy Tale (1987)

Andris (Dvid Vermes) is conceived when his mother, Maria (Mria Varga), meets a stranger at a theater performance. The law says the father's name must appear on birth certificates, so Maria puts the name of bureaucrat Antal Orban (Frantisek Husk). After Maria dies, Andris searches for his father, just as Orban destroys the files of illegitimate children in protest against corporate oppression. Yet the two come together with the help of a girl (Eszter Csknyi), and become a new kind of family.

True Love (2012)

Ramesh, a private investigator, is still dealing with his wife's death and is hired by Veronica to find her missing husband.

Devil May Care (1929)

A follower (Ramon Novarro) of Napoleon escapes the firing squad, flees to a woman's (Dorothy Jordan) bedroom and winds up butler.

Angel Express (1999)

A photographer, a prostitute, a businessman and a gun-runner become united as deadly events threaten their lives.

Exterior Night (1980)

Leo (Grard Lanvin) and Bony (Andr Dussollier) become roommates and fall under the spell of Cora (Christine Boisson), a loner who lives by her wits.

Guerra de Canudos (1997)

War begins in Brazil, as a religious leader (Jos Wilker) guides countrymen against oppressive rule in the late 1890s.

Theirs Is the Glory (1946)

The story of the American and British armies' heroic struggle to hold the vital Arnheim Bridge during World War II.

The First Night (2003)

Wilson (Julin Romn) is a young father who joins Columbia's guerrilla army out of frustration with the country's political situation, abandoning his wife, Paulina (Carolina Lizarazo), and their child in the process. Meanwhile, Wilson's brother, Too (John lex Toro), becomes a member of the regular armed forces. When tragedy strikes, Too assumes responsibility for his brother's family -- but Paulina decides to flee her home for what she hopes will be improved circumstances in the capital.

The Cisco Kid (1994)

The Mexican hero (Jimmy Smits) and his saddle sidekick (Cheech Marin) foil crooks, officials and agents of Napoleon.

Stray Dog (2014)

The life of Ron "Stray Dog" Hall, a biker, Vietnam War veteran, and lover of small dogs.

Meet The Patels (2015)

Filmmaker Geeta V. Patel follows her brother, Indian-American actor Ravi V. Patel, as he embarks on a quest to find a wife and make his family happy.

Clans of Intrigue (1976)

A swordsman faces treacherous warriors to solve the murder of three clan leaders.

You Can't Ration Love (1944)

A wartime shortage of available men leads to the soaring popularity of a nerdy college chemistry student.

Wild Money (1937)

A big-city newspaper gives its penny-pinching bookkeeper a whopping expense account to cover a story he scooped while on vacation.

Trapper Jake (2013)

The life of a 98-year-old trapper of renown, Jake Korell.

Quatsch Und Die Nasenbarbande (2014)

The children of Bollersville start to set a world record.

17 Seconds (2013)

Blackhawks players and staff celebrate their Stanley Cup win.

Stratosphere Girl (2004)

A manga-loving European student (Chlo Winkel) gets more than she bargained for when she takes a job in a Tokyo nightclub.

Wide Open Spaces (2009)

Two friends are tasked with building a monument to their countries darkest days.

The Pyramid Texts (2015)

A veteran fighter talks about his life and career in the ring, and the physical and emotional scars he received as a result.

Man or Gun (1958)

Thirsty and traveling by foot through the desert, gunslinger Maybe Smith (Macdonald Carey) arrives in the dusty western outpost of Dutch Flat, a town that has recently descended into anarchy at the hands of the crooked Corley clan. When Maybe defeats outlaw Buckstorm Corely (Ken Lynch) in a gun battle at the local saloon, the newcomer finds himself the reluctant arbitrator of justice in the power struggle between the townsfolk and the corrupt Corleys.