A/k/a Tommy Chong (2006)

This documentary, directed by first-time filmmaker Josh Gilbert, features renowned comedian Tommy Chong, of "Cheech & Chong" fame, as he deals with the federal government following charges of selling drug paraphernalia. Arrested as part of a large sting operation, Chong is sentenced to time in prison despite having no prior convictions. In addition to spending time on the various aspects of the case, the film looks at Chong's life and his performing career.

Double Exposures (1937)

A industrialist has a row with his son, who leaves home. Meanwhile, both his assistant and solicitor conspire to embezzle a fortune in bonds. A plucky young newspaper reporter pursues the rich man's daughter.

Santo Domingo Blues: Los Tigueres de la Bachata (2004)

Interviews with and performances by Luis Vargas and others highlight a history of bachata -- Santo Domingo's version of blues music.

Somos Mari Pepa (2013)

Teens in a punk band spend the summer rehearsing their one song.

The Mystical Adventures Of Billy Owens (2008)

The Mystical Adventures of Billy Owens is a 2008 Canadian fantasy film, which takes place in Spirit River, Alberta, Canada, about a boy who discovers on his 11th birthday that he is capable of using magic and must save his town from destruction. This film was presented in two parts under a "To Be Continued" format, with a sequel, Billy Owens and the Secret of the Runes, which followed in 2010.

The Last Light (2011)

Don’t be afraid of the dark. Be afraid of what is in the dark. Handy man Rob is hired to brick up an abandoned mansion along the Irish coast. But Rob feels he's not alone. Is it kids playing a joke? Or a force that does not wish to be disturbed.

A Place on Earth (2013)

A Place on Earth (French: Une place sur la Terre) is a 2013 French / Belgian drama film directed by Fabienne Godet. Benoît Poelvoorde won the Magritte Award for Best Actor for his performance as Antoine Dumas.

Follow A Star (1959)

Norman Truscott (Norman Wisdom) is a dry cleaner who dreams of being a singer. He can sing, but only has the confidence to do so if Judy, a wheelchair-bound friend, is present. He takes singing lessons, and one day goes to see the professional singer, Vernon Carew, perform. Carew’s career is flagging and when he hears Norman’s voice, he concocts a plan to record his voice and use it as his own. But Norman is surrounded by friends who are less than happy with this fraudulent affair and they are determined to expose Carew’s deeds.

Sweet Dreams (2012)

Sweet Dreams is a 2012 documentary film about the Rwandan women's drumming troupe Ingoma Nshya, which was founded in 2005 by playwright Odile "Kiki" Katese with women from both sides of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide. The drumming troupe's success then led to the opening of an ice cream store in 2010, which also brings together people from both sides of the genocide. The documentary was co-directed by siblings Lisa Fruchtman and Rob Fruchtman; Lisa Fruchtman had learned of the troupe and the plans for the shop from Katese in 2009.

Canyon Crossroads (1955)

Canyon Crossroads is a 1955 American Western film directed by Alfred L. Werker and stars Richard Basehart, Phyllis Kirk and Stephen Elliott.

Midnight Oil: Black Rain Falls (1990)

The Aussie band performs on a flatbed truck in front of the Exxon building.

Niagara Motel (2005)

The guests of this low-rent motel in the tourist Mecca of Niagara Falls are not your typical tourists. A waitress being recruited to star in low budget porn, a young couple with criminal pasts struggling to recover their child, and a middle class husband with a rapidly disintegrating marriage. Throw into the mix a woeful drunken motel manager, a prostitute, a small time hustler, an underachieving staple salesman, the owner of the motel, his physics studying daughter, and a social worker with a Christian bias. Watch as tragedy waltzes with unpredictable comedy in an intense dance of life.

The Year Long Road (1958)

The Road a Year Long (Italian: La strada lunga un anno, Serbo-Croatian: Cesta duga godinu dana) is a 1958 film directed by Giuseppe De Santis. A Yugoslavian-Italian co-production, it was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. It won the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film. For his performance Massimo Girotti was awarded best actor at the San Francisco International Film Festival.

PerfectMatch (2012)

Two people looking for love meet on a popular online dating site.

Village by the River (1958)

Village by the River (Dutch: Dorp aan de rivier) is a 1958 Dutch film directed by Fons Rademakers. The film was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 32nd Academy Awards.

Santa Mesa (2008)

An American orphan (Jacob Shalov) experiences culture shock when he's shipped off to the Philippines to live with his grandmother.

Three Steps North (1951)

Three Steps North is a 1951 Italian–American film noir crime film directed by W. Lee Wilder and starring Lloyd Bridges, Lea Padovani and Aldo Fabrizi. The film is also known as Tre passi a nord in Italy.

Petticoat Politics (1941)

Petticoat Politics is a 1941 film, the ninth and final of Republic's Higgins Family series.

I Do, I Do, I Do (2015)

I Do, I Do, I Do is a 2015 American-Canadian romantic comedy television film directed by Ron Oliver and starring Autumn Reeser. The film premiered on the Hallmark Channel on February 6, 2015.

A Plague So Pleasant (2015)

In a post-apocalyptic world, people become used to living alongside the ambulatory dead.

The Grass Is Always Greener Over the Septic Tank (1978)

A husband and wife from New York decide to trade the hassles of big-city life for the perceived peace of suburbia.

Pickman's Muse (2010)

An artist is obsessed by horrific visions.

Grip: A Criminal's Story (2006)

After serving four years in prison for drug possession, Grip (Gorio) makes a bet with a fellow inmate that he will not be back behind bars. However, he fights a losing battle and soon must return to the side of his criminal brother, Maurice (King Jeff), and the life he thought he left behind.

Lust (2011)

Lust is a 2011 Egyptian drama film directed by Khaled El Hagar. The film was selected as the Egyptian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 84th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.

Under The Boardwalk (1989)

Under the Boardwalk is a 1989 American teen romance/drama film starring Keith Coogan and Danielle von Zerneck.

From Hand to Mouth (1919)

A poor man helps rescue a rich heiress from Kidnappers.

Chatter (2016)

An unknown presence terrorizes a man (Brady Smith) and his wife (Sarena Khan) as they Skype.

The French Detective (1975)

The French Detective (French: Adieu poulet) is a 1975 French film directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre, and scripted by Francis Veber from a novel by Raf Vallet. It received two César nominations for best supporting actor, and another for editing.

Ode to Joy (2006)

Three tales of life in post-Communist Poland depict Aga, Peras and Wiktor, who have disparate experiences with life in a new world.

The Icicle Thief (1989)

The Icicle Thief (Italian: Ladri di saponette) is a 1989 Italian comedy film directed by Maurizio Nichetti, titled in imitation of Vittorio De Sica's classic Italian neorealist film The Bicycle Thief (Italian: Ladri di biciclette). Some feel The Icicle Thief was created as a spoof of neorealism, which predominated Italian cinema after World War II. However, it is generally understood to go beyond this and to take a stand against commercialism as destructive towards art. The film won the Golden St. George at the 16th Moscow International Film Festival.

Honour (2014)

Honour is a contemporary thriller focusing on "honour killings".

At the Edge of the World (2008)

At the Edge of the World is a 2008 documentary which chronicles the efforts of animal rights activist Paul Watson and 45 other volunteers, who set out in two Sea Shepherd ships to hinder the Japanese whaling fleet in the waters around Antarctica. The film won Best Environmental Film at the Vancouver International Film Festival. Director and Producer Dan Stone would later produce the first season of Whale Wars. It depicts what actually went on during this excursion, with clips of beautiful scenery, news clips, whaling in action, and life on the ship.

Hallows' Eve (2013)

Ten years after a cruel Halloween joke left a girl horribly scarred, the pranksters return to the scene of their crime and reap the rewards of their malice.

The Amazing Mr. X (1948)

The Amazing Mr. X also known as The Spiritualist is a 1948 American horror thriller film noir directed by Bernard Vorhaus with cinematography by John Alton. Like Nightmare Alley (1947), this film tells the story of a phony spiritualist racket. The film is prominently featured in Alton's book on cinematography Painting with Light (1949). The film stars Turhan Bey, Lynn Bari, Cathy O'Donnell, and Richard Carlson. Eagle-Lion Films signed a contract with Carole Landis for the part played by Bari, but Landis committed suicide a few days before shooting began. The film is in the public domain.

The Man Whose Mind Exploded (2014)

The Man Whose Mind Exploded is a 2012 documentary film directed by Toby Amies. The film depicts the strange, complicated, and hilarious relationship between Toby and Brighton eccentric, Drako Oho Zarharzar. It was first premiered at the Sheffield Doc/Fest and pitched in the 2008 MeetMarket, and was also shown at the Cork Film Festival, Revelation Perth International Film Festival, Cambridge Film Festival, Brighton's Cinecity Festival, and was an official selection at the East End Film Festival. The Man Whose Mind Exploded started life as a BBC Radio 4 programme described by Miranda Sawyer in The Observer as the best documentary of 2008. The reception to it was so positive that the director was encouraged to turn it into a film. The film was produced by Rob Alexander, Kat Mansoor, and Toby Amies. Executive producers were Daisy Asquith and Dunstan Bruce while the editing was done by Jim Scott.

Night Of The Zombies (1981)

A CIA agent (Jamie Gillis) finds soldiers kept half-alive by Gamma 693 gas, starved for Bavarian flesh.

Hair, Let the Sun Shine In (2007)

The history of Hair, the cultural and musical phenomenon of the 1960s and 1970s using interviews and archival footage.

Trent's Last Case (1952)

Trent's Last Case (1952) is a British detective film directed by Herbert Wilcox and starring Michael Wilding, Margaret Lockwood, Orson Welles and John McCallum. It was based on the novel Trent's Last Case by E. C. Bentley, and had been filmed previously in the UK with Clive Brook in 1920, and in a 1929 US version.

'Neath Brooklyn Bridge (1942)

'Neath Brooklyn Bridge is a 1942 film released by Monogram Pictures. The film is the eleventh installment in the East Side Kids series and one of the more dramatic films of the series, released at a time when they were making lighter, more humorous fare. The film is now in public domain and can be downloaded legally from numerous public domain sites.

Gold Diggers (2003)

National Lampoon's Gold Diggers (also known as National Lampoon's Lady Killers) is a 2003 film directed by Gary Preisler. It features two friends, played by Will Friedle and Chris Owen, who marry two old ladies, played by Louise Lasser and Renée Taylor, so they can inherit their fortunes when they die.

Wild Canaries (2014)

Wild Canaries is an American comedy film directed, produced and written by Lawrence Michael Levine. It stars Levine, Sophia Takal, Alia Shawkat, Jason Ritter and Annie Parisse. The film had its world premiere premiered at the South by Southwest Film Festival on March 8, 2014. The film was released in a limited release and through video on demand on February 25, 2015 courtesy of Sundance Selects.

For the Plasma (2016)

In a remote house in Maine, two friends predict shifts in global financial markets by viewing footage of the forest.

Black Rain (1989)

Black Rain (黒い雨 Kuroi ame) is a 1989 Japanese film by director Shohei Imamura and based on the novel of the same name by Ibuse Masuji. The events are centered on the aftermath of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.

In The Pit (2006)

In the Pit is a 2006 documentary by Juan Carlos Rulfo. The film won several awards, including the Jury's Prize for Best International Documentary at the Sundance Film Festival. It tells the story of several construction workers in Mexico City involved in the construction of the second story of the Periferico Freeway.

Meatball Machine (2005)

Meatball Machine is a 2005 Japanese science fiction splatter film directed by Yūdai Yamaguchi and Jun'ichi Yamamoto based on a film by Yamamoto from 1999. Special effects and makeup effects were by Yoshihiro Nishimura.

Scheherazade's Diary (2013)

Scheherazade's Diary is a 2013 film directed by Zeina Daccache.

Trio (1950)

Trio (also known as W. Somerset Maugham's Trio) is a 1950 British anthology film based on three short stories by W. Somerset Maugham: "The Verger", "Mr. Know-All" and "Sanatorium". Ken Annakin directed "The Verger" and "Mr. Know-All", while Harold French was responsible for "Sanatorium". Trio is the second of a film trilogy, all consisting of adaptations of Maugham's stories, preceded by the 1948 Quartet and followed by the 1951 Encore. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Sound, Recording (Cyril Crowhurst) and was the final one released under the Gainsborough Pictures banner.

Three's a Crowd (1927)

Harry Langdon plays a poor young man in this touching story. In love with a girl who has been left by her husband to cope with her baby alone, Harry takes them in. He cares for her and the infant, but is too shy to tell her how he feels. As Harry prepares to play Santa Clause on Christmas Eve, the husband returns to claim his family and Harry is left alone, once more.

What She Doesn't Know (1992)

Molly Kilcoin (Valerie Bertinelli) is a New York City lawyer who is trying to establish a strong reputation among her peers. A former high school classmate of gangster Joey Martinelli (Peter Dobson), Molly is brought in to work on mob cases. During her investigation, she discovers connections between big-time mobsters and a number of police officers. As she digs deeper, Molly finds that many cops have been receiving bribes, including members of her own family who are in law enforcement.

...More Than 1000 Words (2006)

...More Than 1000 Words is a documentary film written, directed, shot, and edited by Solo Avital.

Katilon Ke Kaatil (1981)

Katilon Ke Kaatil is a 1981 Indian Bollywood action thriller film, produced and directed by Arjun Hingorani. The producer had a fixation for titles with KKK and Dharmendra in the lead of his films.. This film stars Dharmendra, Zeenat Aman, Rishi Kapoor, Tina Munim, Amjad Khan, Nirupa Roy and Shakti Kapoor. The music is by Kalyanji Anandji. The film is known for its hit music and a special character called Reecha, who was born of a woman and a wild bear and has a lot of gimmicks like a Bruce Lee lookalike Bruce Le making an appearance. The film became a box office hit.

Puccini and the Girl (2008)

Puccini composes an opera while Elvira ruins Doria's life.

The Tree and the Swing (2013)

Eleni is confronted with an unexpected kinship while making amends with her estranged father.

Six Lessons From Madame La Zonga (1941)

Six Lessons from Madame La Zonga is a 1941 American comedy film directed by John Rawlins and starring Lupe Vélez. The film was inspired by the same-name song interpreted by Helen O'Connell and Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra.

Havana Widows (1933)

Havana Widows is a 1933 American pre-Code comedy film directed by Ray Enright, starring Joan Blondell and Glenda Farrell. It was released by Warner Bros. on November 18, 1933. Two chorus girls travel to Havana in search of rich husbands. Their target is Deacon Jones, a self-appointed moralist who can't drink without getting drunk. The film is the first of a series of five movies by Warner Bros. where Blondell and Farrell were paired as blonde bombshell comedy team, throughout the early 1930s. The other films in the series include Kansas City Princess (1934), Traveling Saleslady (1935), We're in the Money (1935) and Miss Pacific Fleet (1935). Four of the five films were directed by Ray Enright. Farrell and Blondell also co-starred in other Warner Bros. movies: Three on a Match (1932), I've Got Your Number (1934) and Gold Diggers of 1937 (1936).

Missä on missä? (2009)

Two Arab boys kill their French friend in the late 1950s.

Deal with the Devil (2000)

Catastrophe results after a young woman becomes involved with her manipulative boss and chooses material goods over integrity.

Perfidia (2014)

After the death of his wife, Peppino realizes he does not know his son.

Satan's Harvest (1970)

Satan's Harvest is a 1970 South African adventure film directed by George Montgomery who also starred along with Tippi Hedren and singer Matt Monro.

Island of Lost Women (1959)

Island of Lost Women is a 71-minute, black-and-white film, directed by Frank Tuttle, which was released by Warner Brothers in 1959. Its plot borrows from the 1956 science fiction classic Forbidden Planet which, in turn, lifted much of its plot from Shakespeare's The Tempest. Jeff Richards plays Mark Bradley, a radio commentator whose pilot, Joe Walker (John Smith), is flying him across the Pacific to a conference in Australia. Engine troubles develop and Smith makes a forced landing on a small, perhaps uncharted island inhabited by Dr. Paul Lujan (Alan Napier).

Wherever She Goes (1951)

Wherever She Goes is a 1951 Australian feature film that tells the early part of the life story of pianist Eileen Joyce.

The Junior Spy Agency (2011)

Sam (Jacob Hays) and the Junior Spy Agency search for a priceless Russian treasure. They race to beat Cash (Kevin Sorbo) and his gang of bumbling thieves to recover the treasure before it falls into the wrong hands.

The Lost Aviator (2015)

The Lost Aviator is a feature documentary written and directed by Andrew Lancaster starring Ewen Leslie as the voice of Bill Lancaster and Yael Stone as the voice of Chubbie Miller. The film was premiered at the 58th BFI London Film Festival, and was distributed theatrically by Transmission Films in Australia.

Two Of Us (2000)

Two of Us is a 2000 television drama which offers a dramatized account of April 24, 1976, six years after the break-up of the Beatles and the day in which Lorne Michaels made a statement on Saturday Night Live offering the Beatles $3,000 to reunite on his program.

Blue Blood (2007)

Blue Blood is a documentary film that was released in UK cinemas in 2007 and showed on BBC2's Storyville in 2008. The film follows the paths of five students from Oxford University as they try to win a place on the Oxford University Amateur Boxing Club Varsity squad. Those who do will face off against students from the University of Cambridge and earn the right to call themselves a "Blue".

TOAD ROAD (2013)

Toad Road is a 2012 American independent horror thriller film directed and written by Jason Banker. Toad Road stars Sara Anne Jones, who died of a drug overdose shortly after the film's premiere, as a young college student that is introduced to drugs and becomes obsessed with an urban legend about a road leading to Hell. The film premiered at the Fantasia Film Festival and had a limited release in October 2013.

Breaking the Ice (1938)

Breaking the Ice is a 1938 American film directed by Edward F. Cline starring child star Bobby Breen. A young Mennonite boy runs away from home to earn money for his widowed mother.

Wild Life (2014)

Wild Life (French: Vie sauvage) is a 2014 French-Belgian drama film directed by Cédric Kahn and adapted from the 2010 book Hors système, onze ans sous l'étoile de la liberté by Xavier Fortin, Okwari Fortin, Shahi'Yena Fortin and Laurence Vidal. The film won the Special Jury Prize at the 62nd San Sebastián International Film Festival. In January 2015, the film received three nominations at the 20th Lumières Awards.

Hunting the Phantom (2014)

A policeman must break the law to save his fiancée. During his illegal activities he discovers that a global corporation is trying to overtake people's minds to control the future.

Blood Relations (1988)

A guy (Kevin Hicks) brings his girlfriend (Lydie Dernier) to the family mansion to help him kill his brain-surgeon father (Jan Rubes).

They Will Outlive Us All (2013)

Margot and Daniel avoid going out after a series of superstorms brings down the city's infrastructure. When three strange deaths occur in their apartment building, they lay off booze and drugs to find out what is going on.

The One Who Loves You (2013)

In 1974, Gloria returns home after failing as a musician, then she meets Roy, who helps her rediscover her passion for singing, but she is pushed into uncharted territory.

The Inspectors 2: A Shred Of Evidence (2000)

Two U.S. postal inspectors (Louis Gossett Jr., Jonathan Silverman) try to thwart a con man (Michael Madsen) who uses the mail to assume other identities.

The Living (2014)

The Living is a 2014 film, written and directed by Jack Bryan, starring Fran Kranz, Jocelin Donahue, and Kenny Wormald.

Devil and Angel (2015)

Devil and Angel is a 2015 Chinese comedy film directed by Yu Baimei and Deng Chao and starring Deng Chao and Sun Li. It was released in China on December 24, 2015.

Living is Winning (2008)

Andrew Johnston recounts the challenges he has overcome in his life.

The Runaway (1971)

Ricki (Gilda Texter) is a teenager who has run away from her safe, suburban life for a new experience in a free-wheeling commune in Los Angeles, leading her parents to hire Frank (William Smith), a weather-worn detective, to track her down and return her home. He succeeds in finding Ricki on the road, but in lieu of reporting back to her parents, he joins her on her quest to find herself. Ricki and Frank become inseparable until they encounter a stranger (Rita Murray) who comes between them.

Casual Encounters (2013)

A compulsive Internet dater loses track of her multiple accounts and causes confusion with her casual hook-ups.

The Gold Bug (2014)

After an actor finds a treasure map, he persuades his next film's producers to move the production so he can better search for the hidden loot.

Gentille (2005)

Good Girl is a 2005 French comedy film directed by Sophie Fillières.

Jassy (1947)

Jassy is a 1947 British film melodrama, based on a novel by Norah Lofts. It is a Gainsborough melodrama, the only one to be made in Technicolor. It was the last "official" Gainsborough melodrama.

Brasslands (2013)

An eccentric New York brass band, a virtuosic group of struggling Roma Gypsies, and reigning Serbian champions converge with half a million fans and transcend political and ethnic borders at the world's largest trumpet festival in Guča, Serbia.

Devil's Mile (2014)

Devil's Mile is a 2014 American-Canadian horror film and the feature film directorial debut of Joseph O'Brien, who also co-wrote the script and created the film's special effects. The film premiered at the Fantasia Film Festival on July 26, 2014 and is scheduled for release on DVD and VOD on August 12, 2014. It stars David Hayter as a mob enforcer that finds himself embroiled in strange supernatural occurrences while transporting hostages through a detour. Of the film's casting, O'Brien chose to bring on del Mar due to having worked with her in the past and chose Hayter due to being familiar with his work.

Naturally Obsessed: The Making of a Scientist (2009)

A young professor mentors graduate students as they conduct research into what controls appetite in the human body.

In The Hell of Dixie (2016)

Police officer Ned Annison works to stop a serial killer while being pursued by the madman as well as the town sheriff who believes Ned is the man behind the murders.

The Big Noise (2012)

The Big Noise is a 2012 Australian film by Sydney-based director Dominic Pelosi and was written by Andrew Pelosi. The film was shot in and around Sydney's inner west and mainly features a cast of non professional actors. It was released in the United States in September 2012 and won multiple awards for direction, writing and acting.

Beeswax (2009)

Beeswax is a 2009 American mumblecore film written and directed by Andrew Bujalski. The film examines a few days in the life of twins, played by real-life sisters Tilly and Maggie Hatcher. It premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival and had a limited theatrical release in the United States on August 7, 2009.

The Other Woman (1954)

The Other Woman is a 1954 film noir written, directed and produced by Hugo Haas. Haas, Cleo Moore and John Qualen starred in the film.

We Fun (2009)

A contemporary look at 21st century rock music in Atlanta.

The Foxy Merkins (2013)

The Foxy Merkins is an American comedy film directed by Madeleine Olnek and the lowest budget narrative feature in the Sundance 2014 film festival. The film had its world premiere at Sundance NEXT Weekend on August 9, 2013 and later screened at 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 20, 2014. It had its international premiere at the Moscow International Film Festival on June 25, 2014, selected for screening despite the hostile climate towards LGBT people in Russia. The film had its theatrical release December 5, 2014 in Brooklyn, NY, presented by the Independent Film Project (IFP).

Mrs. Sundance (1974)

The Sundance Kid's fugitive mate, Etta Place (Elizabeth Montgomery), hears a rumor that he's still alive.

The Little Ones (1965)

The Little Ones is a 1965 British family comedy film directed by British director Jim O'Connolly starring Carl Gonzales and Kim Smith. Dudley Foster stars as Superintendent Carter and Derek Newark plays the strict Detective Sgt. Wilson. Child actor Kim Smith was hired to play the part of the abused child Ted making his screen debut.

The Veteran (2006)

Ray Watson, a burgeoning politician and Vietnam vet, returns to Vietnam to lay his past to rest. But when he meets a former brother-in-arms, he discovers there are some things that can’t be left behind.

Freedom to Die (1961)

Craig Owen is an incarcerated criminal whose cellmate holds the secret to the valuable contents within a safe deposit box.

Convention Girls (1978)

Three enterprising women join forces with a plastics expert to create and market a virtually lifelike doll.

Life After Death (2014)

Kwasa and Fils struggle to find work, fall in love and deal with the wounds of their past.

Torn Soul (2012)

Meshach searches for his identity while wandering the dangerous streets of a decaying city.

The Gunman From Bodie (1941)

The Gunman from Bodie is a 1941 American Western film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and written by Adele Buffington. The film stars Buck Jones, Tim McCoy, Raymond Hatton, Christine McIntyre, Dave O'Brien and Robert Frazer. The film was released on September 26, 1941, by Monogram Pictures.

Spoilers of the Plains (1951)

Spoilers of the Plains is a 1951 American film starring Roy Rogers.

Deadly Hands of Kung Fu (1977)

The Dragon Lives Again (Chinese: 李三腳威震地獄門, originally released as Li san jiao wei zhen di yu men and also known as Deadly Hands of Kung Fu), is a 1977 martial arts fantasy comedy in which the soul of Bruce Lee (played by Bruce Leung Siu-lung) goes to the Underworld. The deceased Lee meets a number of pop-culture icons, including Dracula, James Bond, Zatoichi, Clint Eastwood, The Godfather, The Exorcist, and even 1970s soft-porn character Emmanuelle. Lee befriends The One-Armed Swordsman, Caine from TV's Kung Fu, and Popeye. The film begins with the announcement, "This film is dedicated to millions who love Bruce Lee."