The Possession of Father Thomas (2004)
The Two Orphans (1933)
The Two Orphans (French:Les deux orphelines) is a 1933 French historical drama film directed by Maurice Tourneur and starring Rosine Deréan, Renée Saint-Cyr and Gabriel Gabrio. The film's sets were designed by the art director Lucien Aguettand. The film was based on the play The Two Orphans which had been turned into several films. Tourneur altered the story slightly by moving it forward from the French Revolution to the Napoleonic Era.
Arena concerto: la musica per il cinema (2003)
Wrestling's Highest Flyers (2010)
Chiller Dillers (1967)
September in the Rain (1937)
September in the Rain is an American one-reel animated cartoon short subject in the Merrie Melodies series, produced in Technicolor and released to theaters on December 18, 1937 by Warner Bros. and Vitaphone. It was produced by Leon Schlesinger and directed by I. Freleng, with musical supervision by Carl W. Stalling.
Timed at 5 minutes and about 50 seconds, September in the Rain may well be the shortest among all Warners Bros. Merrie Melodies or Looney Tunes animated short subjects. Due to the controversy engendered by the sequences considered to depict racial stereotyping, it has been most commonly edited to a much shorter running of four or even three minutes, with the invariable excision of the Fats Waller–Louis Armstrong "Nagasaki" production number and, frequently, the Al Jolson title song performance. Although not listed among the Censored Eleven, the cartoon has been exhibited infrequently, even in its brief censored version.
Re-released under the "Blue Ribbon" label, September in the Rain was shorn of its original title card containing all the credited names, however, the recovered card, along with those for other "Blue Ribbon" reissues, is available for viewing.
Make Like a Tree (2012)
Tofu the Vegan Zombie in Zombie Dearest (2007)
Krueger: Tales from Elm Street (2017)
Densely Hollow (2013)
Making of 'Devil Woman Doctor' (1986)
Gyeongmajang ganeun kil (1991)
Llamada Nocturna (2013)
So This Is London (1939)
So This Is London is a 1939 British comedy film directed by Thornton Freeland and starring Robertson Hare, Alfred Drayton and George Sanders. It is adapted from the 1922 play So This Is London by Arthur Goodrich which had previously been adapted into a 1930 film. An American clashes with an Englishman over the merits of their respective countries, only to find that their children have fallen in love. It was made at Pinewood Studios by 20th Century Fox's British subsidiary.
The Golden Triangle (1975)
Opium smugglers battle the law and each other in Southeast Asia.
August Sunday (1961)
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.
Living Dolls (1980)
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.
Cherry Blossoms (1988)
Brain Divided (2013)
Long Ranger And Tonton: Shooting Stars Of The West (1989)
Small Medium Large (Fits All Sizes) (1990)
Ang Huling Araw Ng Linggo (2006)
Fight of the Tertia (1929)
Fight of the Tertia (German: Der Kampf der Tertia) is a 1929 German silent family film directed by Max Mack and starring Max Schreck, Fritz Richard and Fritz Greiner. It is based on the 1928 novel of the same title by Wilhelm Speyer which was later adapted into a 1952 sound film. Youth gangs clash in a small town on the Baltic Sea. The film's art direction was by Hans Jacoby.
101 Reasons Not to Be a Pro Wrestler (2005)
The Gamers: Natural One (2014)
Guang dao nian ba (1974)
Menage Italian Style (1965)
Menage all'italiana is a 1965 Italian comedy film.
The Mysterious Rider (1948)
Il cavaliere misterioso (also known as The Mysterious Cavalier and The Mysterious Rider) is a 1948 Italian historical-adventure film directed by Riccardo Freda.
In 2005 the film was restaured and shown as part of the retrospective "Casanova on the screen" at the 62nd Venice International Film Festival.
64,000,000 Years Ago (1981)
Hungarian Requiem (1990)
Somewhere in the Darkness (1999)
Paura il diavolo (1992)
A 9-es kórterem (1955)
Külvárosi legenda (1957)
Teljes gözzel (1951)
Mr. & Mrs. Player (2013)
Daffy's Diner (1967)
Daffy's Diner is a 1967 Merrie Melodies animated short featuring Daffy Duck and Speedy Gonzales, detailing Daffy's attempts to make Speedy into a mouseburger. It was the final Merrie Melodies cartoon to be produced by DePatie-Freleng Enterprises.
Speedy Ghost to Town (1967)
Daffy Duck overhears Speedy Gonzales and another mouse talk about a hidden cheese storage area, thinking it is really gold they are talking about.
Fiesta Fiasco (1967)
Daffy Duck builds a rainmaking machine in order to rain out Speedy Gonzales's fiesta, but it spits out a small black cloud that does nothing but harass Daffy himself.
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.
God's Tackle Box (2007)
The Definitive Elvis: The Memphis Years (2002)
Palace of the Damned (2013)
Come And Get It (1991)
Sweet Troubles (1984)
Jerry Seinfeld: Stand-Up Confidential (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.
The Secret Man (1917)
The Secret Man is a 1917 American silent Western film, directed by John Ford and featuring Harry Carey. Two of the five reels of the film survive at the Library of Congress film archive.
Sex Files: Ancient Desires (2000)
Holly and Hal Moose: Our Uplifting Christmas Adventure (2008)
Zugvogel am Sund (1979)
Rouleur de journaux (2011)
XX: Utsukushiki kyôki (1993)
Spare Time (1939)
The Very Best of the Ed Sullivan Show (1991)
Star Trek: Deception (2013)
In the Best Possible Taste: A Tribute to Kenny Everett (1994)
The Pirates and the Prince (1997)
Queen: Rare Live - A Concert Through Time and Space (1989)
Hakui monogatari: Midasu! (1984)
Damnation: The Flashback (2015)
Soldier's Dream (1995)
Star Wreck IV: The Kilpailu (1996)
Bluetoes, the Christmas Elf (1988)
Hua tian cuo (1962)
The Joe Spinell Story (2001)
According to Occam's Razor (1999)
Abner the Baseball (1961)
Your Job in Germany (1945)
Your Job In Germany is a short film made for the United States War Department in 1945 just before Victory in Europe Day (VE). It was shown to US soldiers about to go on occupation duty in Germany. The film was made by the military film unit commanded by Frank Capra and was written by Theodor Geisel, better known by his pen name Dr. Seuss.
Coming Attractions: The History of the Movie Trailer (2009)
Jimmy Buffett: Live in Anguilla (2007)
Rocket Power: Island of the Menehune (2004)
La gran sangre - La pelicula (2007)
Mary Millington's True Blue Confessions (1980)
JFK Assassination: The Definitive Guide (2013)
Hollywood 90028 (1973)
Virtuoso: The Olga Samaroff Story (2009)
The Forbidden (1966)
The Devil in Velvet (1968)
Sesame Street: Computer Caper (2002)
Mister Cinders (1934)
Bill is an all-day-worker at his rich uncle's estate, where he is wanted everywhere and by everyone, even by the local theatre group. He manages his two dull stepbrothers and his altive aunt with unappalling optimism, until a smart Princess Charming disguised as a Fairy Goodmother maid appears and makes him go to a ball that will change his life.
Diana's Rock: The Paul Burrell Story (2002)
Emmanuelle 2000: Being Emmanuelle (2000)
Dancing Around the Shit Fire with Kyle Kinane (2013)
Magoo's Glorious Fourth (1957)
Broadway Bow Wow's (1954)
A Christmas Carl (2008)
The Forge (2013)
Silhouettes: The James Bond Titles (2000)
The Easter Chipmunk (1995)
Noriko Goes to Seoul (2011)