Dizzy & Daffy (1934)
Savage Hunt (1980)
Duel at the Supreme Gate (1968)
1939 is a Swedish drama film which was released to cinemas in Sweden on 25 December 1989, directed by Göran Carmback. It's set in Stockholm in 1939 where 18 years old Annika from Värmland comes to work as a waitress girl.
Tableaux d'une exposition (1972)
Freudy Cat (1964)
Freudy Cat is a 1964 Looney Tunes animated short starring Sylvester and Sylvester Jr.. A paranoid Sylvester flashes back to earlier cartoons such as Who's Kitten Who?, Cats A-Weigh!, and The Slap-Hoppy Mouse while describing to a psychiatrist that he thinks Hippety Hopper is out to get him.
Die Verhoevens (2003)
Sztálin menyasszonya (1991)
Afternoon Affair (1984)
Freeway Fracas (1964)
Killer at Large (1947)
Killer at Large is a 1947 American crime film directed by William Beaudine and starring Robert Lowery, Anabel Shaw and Charles Evans.
Changed Lives: Miracles of the Passion (2004)
Symmetry (Polish: Symetria) is a 2003 Polish drama film directed by Konrad Niewolski.
Nothin' Goes Right (1988)
Robin: The Story of Dick Grayson (2010)
A Man with a Maid (1975)
What the Swedish Butler Saw is a 1975 Swedish-American erotic sex comedy film directed by Vernon P. Becker and starring Ole Søltoft, Sue Longhurst, Charlie Elvegård and Diana Dors. It is known by several alternative titles including A Man with a Maid, The Groove Room and Champagnegalopp. The film is loosely based on the 1908 erotic novel The Way of a Man with a Maid.
During the 3-D revival of the 1980s, the film was re-released under the title "Tickled Pink", but the release did keep the "Swedish Butler" credit sequence intact.
The film was shot in Stereoscopic 3-D at studios in Stockholm with exteriors in Denmark.
Crisis in Morality (1962)
Il clan dei due Borsalini (1971)
Il clan dei due Borsalini (Italian for "The clan of the two Borsalinos") is a 1971 comedy film directed by Giuseppe Orlandini and starring the comedy duo formed by Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia.
Captain Yagit (1989)
Small Talk (1929)
Small Talk is a 1929 Our Gang short comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. Produced by Hal Roach and released to theaters by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, it was the 86th entry in the Our Gang series to be released, and the first to be made with sound.
The Sap Takes a Wrap (1939)
The Sweet Body of Deborah (1968)
The Sweet Body of Deborah (Italian: Il dolce corpo di Deborah), also known as The Body and Married to Kill (in West Germany) is a 1968 Italian giallo film directed by Romolo Guerrieri and starring Carroll Baker and Jean Sorel. Set in Geneva, the film follows a recently-married American woman who finds herself in danger after a stranger begins to target her husband and accuse him of murdering his ex-wife.
Released in a joint distribution agreement between Warner Bros. and Seven Arts Pictures in 1968, the film marked the beginning of actress Carroll Baker's career in Europe starring in giallo and horror films.
El Asesino X (1955)
Chuck E. Cheese in the Galaxy 5000 (1999)
Chuck E. Cheese in the Galaxy 5000 is a direct-to-video special that was based upon Chuck E. Cheese's. It was released October 5, 1999 in CEC restaurants and Target stores. The plot is that a boy named Charlie Rockit needs $50,000 to fix his aunt and uncle's tractor engine, so Chuck E. and friends go to the Galaxy 5000 to win it in a race.
Der Fall Metropolis (2003)
Spam: The Documentary (2006)
Man to men (1948)
Man to Men (French:D'homme à hommes is a 1948 French-Swiss historical drama film directed by Christian-Jaque and starring Jean-Louis Barrault, Bernard Blier and Hélène Perdrière.
Bob Marley: Spiritual Journey (2004)
A Dream of Color in Black and White (2005)
Ric Flair & The Four Horsemen (2007)
A Taste of Flesh (1967)
The Sorceror (1932)
The Sorceror (German: Der Hexer) is a 1932 Austrian-German drama film directed by Martin Frič and Karel Lamač. It is a German screen adaptation of Edgar Wallace's thriller The Ringer, and is not to be confused with the 1964 remake of the same title, Der Hexer.
Hurra... die deutsche Sex-Partei (1974)
Der Bumsladen-Boß (1973)
Zwei Kumpel in Tirol (1978)
Liebesmarkt in Dänemark (1971)
Wo der Wildbach durch das Höschen rauscht - Witwen-Report (1974)
Sechs Schwedinnen auf der Alm (1983)
La leyenda del cura de Bargota (1992)
Crystal Force 2: Dark Angel (1994)
Mine Your Business! (1927)
A tanítónö (1945)
A Tanítónő is a 1945 Hungarian drama film directed by Márton Keleti. It was entered into the 1947 Cannes Film Festival.
Wanted is a 2011 Indian Telugu-language action film produced by V. Ananda Prasad on Bhavya Creations banner, written and directed by B.V.S.Ravi who earlier was the dialogue writer for films such as Munna, Parugu and King. It stars Gopichand and Deeksha Seth in the lead roles, alongside an ensemble supporting cast including Prakash Raj, Nassar, Chandra Mohan, Jayasudha, Brahmanandam, Ali, Ahuti Prasad, Raghu Babu and Subbaraju, and Shafi. The music was composed by Chakri with cinematography by Rasool Ellore. The film released on 26 January 2011.
The Making of 'Band of Brothers' (2001)
Winnie the Pooh Franken Pooh (1999)
Silly Symphonies Rediscovered (2006)
The Night Before Christmas (1968)
Steven Gerrard: My Story (2005)
Le voyageur sans bagages (1944)
Traveling Light (French: Le Voyageur sans bagage) is a 1944 French drama film directed by Jean Anouilh, starring Pierre Fresnay and Blanchette Brunoy. The narrative is set in 1931, when a man with amnesia tries to recover his memories from World War I, in order to find out what kind of man he really is. The film is based on Anouilh's 1937 play with the same title.
Invisible Ballots (2004)
Woman Without a Face (1947)
Woman Without a Face (Swedish: Kvinna utan ansikte) is a 1947 Swedish drama film directed by Gustaf Molander and written by Ingmar Bergman.
Age of Illusions (1965)
Age of Illusions (Hungarian: Álmodozások kora) is a 1965 Hungarian drama film directed by István Szabó. It was his first feature film as a director.
Die Senkrechtstarter (1989)
Gyvieji didvyriai (1959)
Mrs. Kasha Davis: The Life of an International Housewife Celebrity (2008)
Whistling Princess (2002)
Lugosi, the Dark Prince (2006)
How I Play Golf, by Bobby Jones No. 1: 'The Putter' (1931)
Voyager: To the Final Frontier (2012)
When Beckham Met Owen (2004)
Krueger: Tales from Elm Street (2017)
Sam Peckinpah: Man of Iron (1993)
Densely Hollow (2013)
Tango Trois (2006)
Writer's Block (2016)
The Roosevelt Story (1947)
The Roosevelt Story is a 1947 American documentary film written and directed by Lawrence M. Klee. The film is a documentary about the private and public life of Franklin D. Roosevelt. The film was narrated by Ed Begley, Gene Blakely, Kelly Flint, Canada Lee and Kenneth Lynch. The film was released on August 30, 1947, by United Artists.
The Secret Spring (1923)
Koenigsmark is a 1923 French silent drama film directed by Léonce Perret and starring Maurice Lehmann, Huguette Duflos and Jaque Catelain. It is an adaptation of the 1918 novel Koenigsmark by Pierre Benoit. It was the first of several screen adaptations of the work. It is also known by the alternative title of The Secret Spring.
In 1926 it was released in the United States by Paramount Pictures.
The Magic Wardrobe (2011)
The Magic Wardrobe (Icelandic: Algjör Sveppi og töfraskápurinn) is a 2011 Icelandic family film directed by Bragi Hinriksson.
The Fickle (2011)
Black Red Yellow (2010)
The Broken Coin (1915)
The Broken Coin is a 1915 American adventure-mystery film serial directed by Francis Ford. This serial is presumed to be lost.
Ponjola is a 1923 American silent drama film based on the novel of the same name by Cynthia Stockley and directed by Donald Crisp. The film stars Anna Q. Nilsson in a role in which she masquerades as a man. A print of Ponjola still exists and is held by a private collector.
Crying Freeman 5: Abduction in Chinatown (1992)
The Human Behavior Experiments (2006)
LAID: Life as It's Dealt (2013)
The Weather Outside (2012)
Amicus: House of Horrors (2012)
The New York Centerfold Massacre (1985)
The Jolly Jilter (1927)
Mese a 12 találatról (1957)
Paura il diavolo (1992)
Un comisar acuzã (1974)
A Police Superintendent Accuses (Romanian: Un comisar acuză) is a 1973 Romanian crime drama film by Sergiu Nicolaescu. The film is based on a true event, the Jilava Massacre which took place during World War II.
Rodent to Stardom (1967)
Rodent to Stardom is a 1967 Looney Tunes animated short starring Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales. It is the first cartoon to credit Warner Bros.-Seven Arts, but still uses the "Abstract WB" titles.
The Spy Swatter (1967)
The Spy Swatter is a 1967 animated short featuring Daffy Duck, Sam Cat and Speedy Gonzales.
Cool Cat (1967)
Cool Cat is a 1967 animated cartoon that introduced its title character Cool Cat. It marked a major change of direction for the then recently reformed Warner Bros. animation studio, as the first cartoon in a long time to introduce a major new character (virtually every Looney Tunes cartoon made in the previous three years had been ones featuring Daffy Duck versus Speedy Gonzales, or Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner, the latter were gone in 1966), who would go on to be the studio's most prolific character between then and the studio's final shutdown in 1969.
It was also the first cartoon to feature the redesigned opening and closing tiles with the "W7" logo, and a new version of the opening theme.
Lonely Child (2005)
God's Tackle Box (2007)
The Definitive Elvis: The Memphis Years (2002)
Ghosts of the Dormers (1987)
The White Cat (1950)
The White Cat (Swedish: Den vita katten is a 1950 Swedish mystery drama film directed by Hasse Ekman and starring Alf Kjellin, Eva Henning and Sture Lagerwall.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Bibi Lindström. It was shot on location around Stockholm.
Pure in Heart: The Life and Legacy of Lon Chaney Jr. (2010)
The Gypsy Girl (Serbo-Croat: Ciganka) is a 1953 Yugoslav drama film directed by Vojislav Nanovic and starring Radomir 'Rasa' Plaovic, Elma Karlowa and Milivoje Zivanovic.
Violated Paradise (1963)
Violated Paradise is a 1963 Italian sexploitation film directed and produced by Marion Gering. Alternate titles for the film were Scintillating Sins and Sea Nymphs.
Nitôryû kaigen (1943)
Lucille Love: The Girl of Mystery (1914)
Lucille Love, Girl of Mystery is a 1914 American action film serial directed by Francis Ford. It was the first serial by Universal. It was originally intended to be a short subject. The serial is now considered to be lost with only four episodes surviving.
A Star Is Falling Upwards (1975)