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Light Of Mine (2011)
Owen, a photographer with an incurable eye disease, goes on a photography expedition to Yellowstone National Park, but his life changes forever when he loses his sight.
Return of the Ape Man (1944)
The discovery of a perfectly preserved caveman prompts a mad scientist to attempt a daring brain transplant.
Town Without Pity (1961)
Army attorney Maj. Steve Garrett (Kirk Douglas) must defend four American soldiers -- part of the forces occupying a small town in Germany -- who drunkenly raped a 19-year-old girl (Christine Kaufmann). The girl's enraged father demands the soldiers receive the death penalty. Determined to defend the men's lives, Garrett demolishes the girl on the witness stand. When she faints before completing testimony, the defendants are spared, but tragedy follows.
International Crime (1938)
The Shadow (Rod La Rocque) solves a financier's murder ahead of the police.
Destination Inner Space (1966)
Scuba-diving oceanographers (Scott Brady, Sheree North) find an alien object and an amphibious monster.
The Odd Couple (1968)
When fussy Felix (Jack Lemmon) becomes suicidal over his impending divorce, he accepts an offer to move in with his best friend, messy Oscar (Walter Matthau). Felix drives Oscar crazy with his obsession over his soon-to-be ex. Oscar tries to get him out of his funk by arranging a double date with two wacky British neighbors, Cecily (Monica Evans) and Gwendolyn (Carole Shelley). When the plan backfires and Felix grows even more despondent, his friendship with Oscar is put to the test.
Change of Heart (1943)
A songwriter (Susan Hayward) falls in love with a two-timing nightclub singer (John Carroll) who steals her hits.
Invasion Of The Star Creatures (1962)
A pair of soldiers find romance an antidote for the unusual passions of two beautiful aliens bent on conquering Earth.
Street of Sinners (1957)
A police rookie (George Montgomery) has trouble after confronting a well-connected bar owner (Nehemiah Persoff) on his first day.
Scarlet Street (1945)
Cashier and part-time starving artist Christopher Cross (Edward G. Robinson) is absolutely smitten with the beautiful Kitty March (Joan Bennett). Kitty plays along, but she's really only interested in Johnny (Dan Duryea), a two-bit crook. When Kitty and Dan find out that art dealers are interested in Chris' work, they con him into letting Kitty take credit for the paintings. Cross allows it because he is in love with Kitty, but his love will only let her get away with so much.
Danger Street (1947)
Magazine owners (Jane Withers, Robert Lowery) sell a revealing photo, then play detective when the deal leads to murder.
Murder with Pictures (1936)
A cameraman (Lew Ayres) for a daily newspaper exposes a gangland killer's method.
Doctor At Sea (1955)
British Dr. Sparrow (Dirk Bogarde) accepts a position on a cargo ship with two French beauties (Brigitte Bardot, Brenda de Banzie) on board.
The Daughter (2012)
In this gripping suspense thriller, the daughter of a wealthy mayoral candidate and her friends are held for ransom by a group of daring criminals. Soon, as tempers flare and tensions mount, secret rise to the surface revealing that these kidnappers are after much more than money.
Googoosh: Iran's Daughter (2000)
A filmmaker attempts to locate Iran's legendary pop star.
South of Santa Fe (1942)
Roy is blamed for the disappearance of three industrialists brought to town to finance the opening of a gold mine.
Emergency Hospital (1956)
A woman doctor (Margaret Lindsay) and a police detective (Walter Reed) face personal crises one night in a Los Angeles hospital.
Bank Alarm (1937)
A G-man (Conrad Nagel) and his girlfriend (Eleanor Hunt) follow a trail of clues left by bank robbers.
Pioneers of the West (1940)
The Three Mesquiteers (Robert Livingston, Raymond Hatton, Duncan Renaldo) save a group of settlers from land sharks.
West of Cimarron (1941)
The Three Mesquiteers (Tom Tyler, Bob Steele, Rufe Davis) send carpetbaggers packing in Texas.
Mister Ten Per Cent (1967)
A construction worker submits a play to a scheming impresario eager to stage a flop and capitalize on the financial loss.
Flat Top (1952)
An aircraft carrier flight-group commander (Sterling Hayden) pits his pilots against Japanese Zeros.
Bob the Builder: Bob Saves the Day! (2004)
Bob must come to the rescue when Spud accidentally knocks off his nose and Roley is trapped in a runaway steamroller.
Mother's Day Massacre (2007)
A shy suburban teenager runs away from his abusive father, only to discover that his mother might be the most psychotic and violent member of a truly bizarre extended family.
No Heart Feelings (2010)
A breakup throws Melanie's perfect life into turmoil until she meets Lewis.
Another Man's Poison (1951)
An English mystery writer (Bette Davis) kills her husband, then tries to kill a man (Gary Merrill) posing as her husband.
A Very Natural Thing (1974)
Dreaming of domestic bliss, a young man leaves the priesthood and moves to New York City where he begins exploring his homosexuality.
Too Many Crooks (1959)
Fingers (George Cole) and his gang of incompetent crooks try to rob the rich Bill Gordon (Terry-Thomas), but they come up empty-handed. Undeterred by the failure, Fingers plots to kidnap Gordon's daughter and hold her for ransom. But they can't even get that right, and instead they abduct Gordon's wife, Lucy (Brenda De Banzie), by mistake. Shockingly enough, Gordon is happy to be rid of his spouse, and ignores the ransom demands, so Lucy works with the gang to plot revenge.
Back to Normandy (2007)
Filmmaker Nicolas Philibert tracks down cast members from a project he worked on in 1975.
The Good Fight: The Abraham Lincoln Brigade in the Spanish Civil War (1984)
During the 1930s, a group of American volunteer soldiers known as the Abraham Lincoln Brigade fought against fascism in the Spanish Civil War. Using old footage and interviews with survivors, this film chronicles the soldiers' noble struggle beside the Spanish loyalists, who were ultimately defeated by Francisco Franco's regime. Although the brigade's struggle has been forgotten, for the most part, its opposition to fascism was vindicated, ultimately, by history after World War II.
Jesse James' Women (1954)
The fugitive outlaw (Don Barry) enjoys the company of several ladies while he and his gang hide out in a Mississippi town.
Through Naked Eyes (1983)
A flutist (David Soul) with binoculars watches a woman (Pam Dawber) watching him with a telescope, as someone else watches.
Blood Riders: The Devil Rides With Us (2013)
Four friends find a body after they steal a car, and during their search for a place to dump it, they end up with an increasing amount of corpses.
Down Three Dark Streets (1954)
When federal agent Zack Stewart (Kenneth Tobey) turns up dead, his partner, agent John Ripley (Broderick Crawford), vows to find the murderer and takes control of all of the cases that Stewart was on when he was killed. One investigation involves a ring of thugs who hijack cars, another deals with a mobster on the lam, and the third revolves around blackmail and kidnapping. Unfortunately for Ripley, each case is so dangerous that he may not live long enough to find the man who killed Stewart.
Ridin' Down the Canyon (1942)
A singing cowboy (Roy Rogers) thwarts rustlers of horses needed for the war effort.
City After Midnight (1957)
An insurance sleuth (Dan O'Herlihy) helps a woman (Phyllis Kirk) suspected of robbing and killing an art collector (Wilfrid Hyde-White) in France.
Diary Of A High School Bride (1959)
A girl (Anita Sands), 17, and her husband (Ronald Foster), 24, bring a shocking end to the problem of her ex-boyfriend (Chris Robinson).
High School Hellcats (1958)
A transfer student (Yvonne Lime) thinks she has to join a girl's (Jana Lund) gang to be popular.
Salome's Last Dance (1988)
Upon arriving at an all-male brothel where he is welcomed as a regular, controversial Irish scribe Oscar Wilde (Nickolas Grace) is treated to a surprise performance of his recently banned work of theater, "Salome." As a group of prostitutes runs through a bizarre and bawdy version of the play -- which retells the story of Herod (Stratford Johns), his daughter and the execution of John the Baptist -- Wilde responds to the sexual advances of a handsome young man.
Custer's Last Stand (1936)
The search for a missing medicine arrow sparks a series of Indian attacks. Feature version of the serial.
Last Seen at Angkor (2006)
A man returns to Southeast Asia to look for his long-missing fiancee.
Three Came to Kill (1960)
Assassins take a flight controller's family hostage to force him into revealing the aircraft carrying their quarry.
Never on Sunday (1960)
Free spirit and prostitute Ilya (Melina Mercouri) lives in a Greek port city. Open and amiable, she makes friends often and easily. She encounters Homer Thrace (Jules Dassin), a vacationing American who is obsessed with ancient Greek culture. Homer feels that modern Greece is a shadow of its former self, and he believes that Ilya is a prime example of contemporary decadence. He makes it his goal to amend Ilya's easygoing ways, but she has stronger principles than Homer expected.
The Noose Hangs High (1948)
Two window washers (Bud Abbott, Lou Costello) are mistaken for crooks by gangsters who are missing money.
High Voltage (1929)
A blizzard forces a busload of passengers to seek refuge in an abandoned church. The group includes Billie (Carole Lombard), a young woman being taken to prison, and her police escort, Detective Dan Egan (Owen Moore). But they're not alone. The mysterious and edgy Bill (William Boyd) is already there and sitting on a supply of food that he's determined to control. Billie and Bill, who have bonded, plan an escape, but in doing so they'll be endangering the lives of the others.
In this spoof of the Transylvanian legend, David Niven stars as Count Dracula, who sinks his fangs into a bevy of Playboy Bunnies in order to find the right blood type to resurrect his dear-departed wife.
Let's Dance (1950)
A World War II widow (Betty Hutton) with a son returns to her former show-business partner (Roland Young).
The Great Scout & Cathouse Thursday (1976)
The year is 1908, and aging adventurer Sam Longwood (Lee Marvin) and his gang of crooked cowboys have been cheated out of a big score by their own cohort, Jack Colby (Robert Culp). After years of searching, Sam finally tracks Colby down and decides to take revenge against his former accomplice. Sam regroups his old circle of grifters, and they hatch a scheme to get their hands on Colby's fortune; however, nothing seems to go smoothly for these ramshackle scam artists.
The Great Granny Revolution (2007)
The Great Granny Revolution (2008) is a documentary that highlights a Canadian group of grandmothers known as the Wakefield Grannies that offer moral support, help, and guidance to other grandmothers. The documentary follows a specific trip where the Wakefield Grannies go to South Africa and offer their grandmotherly wisdom to grandmothers facing unique and challenging modern day problems like raising a grandchild with AIDs. The documentary is a heart warming tale of the good side of the human spirit and is a compelling story that will be sure to inspire you.
The Great Bear Scare (1983)
This is an animated kids movie directed by Hal Mason. Originally a book, this classic animated movie is centered around a baby cub named Ted E. Bear. Little Ted E. Bear, embarks on a lonesome journey up the Monster Mountain. The local bears in Ted. E. Bear's town are all scared because they think there will be a monster invasion soon. A lot of the town's folk are planning to pack up their belongings and leave the city. On Ted E. Bear's journey, he courageously confronts everyone's fear and finds out that the monsters will leave them be as long as they aren't afraid.
The Big Caper (1957)
A crook's (James Gregory) partners (Rory Calhoun, Mary Costa) pose as newlyweds near Camp Pendleton, Calif., to set up a Marine payroll heist.
The Missing Corpse (1945)
Fearing a murder probe, a publisher and his chauffeur embark on a hapless quest to dispose of a rival's corpse.
The Ghost Club: Spirits Never Die (2013)
Ghost-hunters encounter restless spirits and a creepy caretaker at an antebellum mansion.
The Ghost In The Invisible Bikini (1966)
Hiram Stokely (Boris Karloff), a recently deceased man, discovers that he has only one day to enact a good deed in order to avoid eternal damnation. Hiram's scheming lawyer, Reginald Ripper (Basil Rathbone), is determined to get his fortune, and is willing to bump off potential heirs such as Chuck Phillips (Tommy Kirk) and Lili Morton (Deborah Walley) to achieve his goal. As Chuck, Lili and others have a lively pool party, Hiram recruits the ghost of his dead lover to help set things straight.
Ghost Of Dragstrip Hollow (1959)
Lois Cavendish (Jody Fair) hangs out at a nearby soda shop with her drag racing club. But when she learns the shop might be closed, she calls her wealthy aunt, Anatasia (Dorothy Neumann), for help. Anatasia offers the club the chance to use her mansion as their headquarters -- but with one strange condition: They have to scare away the ghost that haunts her home. When the club decides to throw an all-night monster mash party at the mansion, it becomes clear that something is amiss.
Victori: The Truth Just Can't Be One Thing (2015)
25 year old risk management analyst Ed Victori leaves his job in finance to start managing the art career of his father, Victor Victori.
Be Yourself (1930)
A nightclub singer (Fanny Brice) helps a hard-luck prizefighter (Robert Armstrong) become a contender.
Hidden in Silence (1996)
In 1940s Poland, a courageous Catholic teenager risks her life to hide 13 Jews from the Nazis. Based on a true story.
Visit To A Small Planet (1960)
A flying-saucer spaceman (Jerry Lewis) with psychic powers discovers love, pain and beatniks on Earth.
A Time to Triumph (1986)
A housewife (Patty Duke) becomes an Army helicopter pilot after her husband's (Joseph Bologna) heart attack leaves them broke.
The Leathernecks Have Landed (1936)
A cashiered Marine (Lew Ayres) and his buddies beat up bad guys in Shanghai.
It's Only Make Believe (2013)
A woman tries to create a new life for her daughter and herself after a stint in prison, but the darker past comes back to haunt both their lives.
Tell It To A Star (1945)
A singing cigarette girl's (Ruth Terry) crafty uncle (Alan Mowbray) tries to get her a music gig at a posh Florida hotel.
For the Love of It (1980)
Spies chase a model (Deborah Raffin) and a medical student (Jeff Conaway) who unwittingly have top-secret Soviet data.
It's All Happening (1963)
A record-company talent scout (Tommy Steele) organizes a fundraising concert for an orphanage.
It's All Over Town (1963)
A British stage worker (Lance Percival) daydreams of bands: the Springfields, the Bachelors, the Hollies.
Glenn Wool: You Don't Go to Hell for Eating Elephants (2010)
A fascinating comedic documentary that revolutionizes the notion of a comedy show and what a comedy show should mean to fans and comedians alike. Rather than using standard animation or any kind of visual aid in his comedy show, Glenn Wool decides to take a very bold step and include none of that. Wool tells a story and expects the audience to conjure up the images of what he's describing, in their own heads. Wool urges the viewing audience to determine in their own heads, what Hell looks like. What are the laws that govern Hell? Who are it's inhabitants?
If You Meet Sartana Pray for Your Death (1968)
Nobody knows a mysterious gunfighter who has joined a scramble for stagecoach gold.
Death on a Factory Farm (2009)
An investigation into alleged wrongdoings at a Creston, Ohio, hog farm questions the treatment of animals bred for consumption.
Disaster On The Coastliner (1979)
A psychotic engineer bent on revenge sets two passenger trains on a collision course with each other.
Rustlers on Horseback (1950)
Deputy Marshal Rocky Lane (Allan "Rocky" Lane) pursues and captures an outlaw with the assistance of stranger Nugget Clark (Eddy Waller) and learns that the criminal was part of a scheme involving the nearby Reynolds ranch. Rocky and Nugget take the outlaw into town, where gang leader Leo Straykin (Roy Barcroft) mistakes him for the marshal and kills him. Rocky assumes the dead outlaw's identity to infiltrate the gang and discovers that Straykin's conspiracy involves a vast land swindle.
Romance on the Range (1942)
An incognito trading-post owner and her maid (Sally Payne) help a singing cowboy (Roy Rogers) catch fur thieves.
Something To Do With The Wall (1991)
Filmmakers Marilyn Levine and Ross McElwee show people of the Berlin Wall, in 1986 and at its 1989 fall.
This Is Not An Exit : The Fictional World Of Bret Easton Ellis (1998)
When "American Psycho" was released early in 2000 it reaffirmed author Bret Easton Ellis as the controversial "bad boy" of contemporary American Fiction. "This is Not an Exit" reveals the world inhabited by Ellis. In HD.
They Meet Again (1941)
Dr. Christian takes time out from his appointed rounds to help clear a bank teller of embezzlement charges.
They Killed Sister Dorothy (2008)
In February of 2005, Sister Dorothy Stang, a 73-year-old Catholic nun and activist, is killed in the Brazilian rain forest where she fought against the exploitation of the land by powerful loggers and landowners.
Ambush at Cimarron Pass (1958)
Roaming ex-Confederates join a cavalry sergeant (Scott Brady) taking a prisoner through Indian country.
Adam: His Song Continues (1986)
Having lost a son, the Walshes (Daniel J. Travanti, JoBeth Williams) move to Washington to lobby in behalf of other missing children.
Escape From Zahrain (1962)
When the leader of an Arab country orders the assassination of captured guerrilla fighter Sharif (Yul Brynner), the attempt is thwarted by a group of college students. Led by the passionate Ahmed (Sal Mineo), the young rebels attempt to get Sharif to a safe location abroad, along with other liberated prisoners, including American swindler Huston (Jack Warden). Eventually, Sharif, Ahmed and Huston elude the authorities by stealing an ambulance, but can they make it out of the country?
Shouting Fire: Stories from the Edge of Free Speech (2009)
Director Liz Garbus' documentary delves into the history and current state of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution. Detailing how the protection and exercise of free speech has changed and how global politics influences these trends, the film studies a number of free speech cases, many of them post-9/11. With comments from a range of scholars, students and political pundits, "Shouting Fire" presents a fascinating insight into of one of the cornerstones of U.S. democracy.
What Price Crime (1935)
A G-man (Charles Starrett) poses as a prizefighter to catch a dealer in weapons stolen from arsenals.
The Girl Who Dared (1944)
A young woman seeking thrills meets with a mysterious death on a remote island.
My Six Loves (1963)
The frantic life of Broadway superstar Janice Courtney (Debbie Reynolds) catches up with her when she collapses before a throng of reporters. Fleeing to her rural Connecticut home to recuperate, Janice discovers six abandoned children squatting on her property. She takes in the scruffy but endearing kids, gradually becoming close to them and to the handsome local pastor (Cliff Robertson). But, when she returns to Broadway, one of the children runs away -- and Janice faces a life-changing choice.
My Refuge (2013)
The people of a small city in Arizona deal with the aftermath of a nuclear detonation on U.S. soil.
My Gun Is Quick (1957)
After private detective Mike Hammer (Robert Bray) defends a prostitute (Jan Chaney) from a violent thug, she's killed in what looks like a hit-and-run accident. But her ring -- once stolen by Nazis -- is again missing. After Capt. Pat Chambers (Booth Coleman) briefs Mike, he embarks on a search to find the ring and unravel the mystery surrounding the murder. Along the way, he meets a beautiful widow, Nancy (Whitney Blake), and must confront a gang of jewel smugglers.
Make Mine Mink (1960)
When Lily (Billie Whitelaw), a maid at Dame Beatrice's (Athene Seyler) boarding house, steals a mink coat to give to Beatrice, the other residents of the house organize to return the coat and save Lily from arrest. However, the excitement is a great change from their boring lives, and they decide to start stealing coats for charity purposes. Maj. Rayne (Terry-Thomas) leads the otherwise female group of unlikely thieves -- Nanette (Hattie Jacques), Pinkie (Elspeth Duxbury) and Beatrice.
Casting About (2005)
Filmmaker Barry J. Hershey documents the process by which actresses are cast in a dramatic feature he wrote.
Making Something Up (2001)
An anal-retentive author of children's books wrestles with personal significance and professional recognition while falling for an unemployed single mom whose old beau won't let her go.
Time Limit (1957)
Maj. Cargill (Richard Basehart) is accused of aiding his captors while held in a North Korean prison during the war and brought up on charges of treason. Col. William Edwards (Richard Widmark) has been assigned to defend the major in his court martial, but it's not an easy case for the colonel. More than a dozen witnesses are prepared to testify against Cargill, and the major himself admits his guilt. But Edwards begins to suspect that the major is innocent and covering up for someone else.
Good-Time Girl (1948)
A British magistrate (Flora Robson) tells the story of a wayward girl (Jean Kent) who joins two GI deserters in a crime spree.
The Children of Times Square (1986)
The mother (Joanna Cassidy) of a runaway (Brandon Douglas) tries to save him from a cocaine dealer's (Howard E. Rollins Jr.) youth gang in New York.
Time Indefinite (1993)
After documentarian Ross McElwee gets married, a series of misfortunes follow: his grandmother dies, his wife miscarries, and then his father dies less than a week later. Shaken by the sudden string of deaths, McElwee becomes depressed. After spending time with his friend and former high school poetry teacher, Charlene, he goes to meet his brother, a doctor. In a series of interviews, McElwee contemplates his morbid preoccupation with death and tries to figure out how to shake it off.
When Hell Broke Loose (1958)
A petty criminal hiding out in the U.S. Army is informed of a Nazi plot to assassinate an American general.
Dreaming Out Loud (1940)
Country storekeepers Lum 'n' Abner (Chester Lauck, Norris Goff) try to run things in Pine Ridge, Ark.
Hold Your Peace (2011)
Aiden is asked to be the best man at his ex-boyfriend's wedding.
Eternally Yours (1939)
Beautiful young Anita (Loretta Young) is engaged to the prosperous Don Barnes (Broderick Crawford) and headed on a path toward a comfortable life. Things suddenly change, however, when she encounters the Great Arturo (David Niven), a dashing stage magician, and falls head over heels for him. Easing into the role of both Arturo's wife and assistant, Anita eventually grows weary of the life of a world-wandering performer, causing a crisis in their marriage.
Here Comes the Groom (1951)
Reporter Pete Garvey (Bing Crosby), who has been running a French orphanage, is hoping to adopt two kids and marry his longtime girlfriend, Emmadel (Jane Wyman). But Pete, who has been dragging his feet on proposing, is unpleasantly surprised when he arrives in Boston ready to pop the question, only to find that Emmadel is engaged to another man (Franchot Tone). Desperate to win her back, Pete teams up with her cousin, Winifred, to convince Emmadel to finally marry him.
The Duke Comes Back (1937)
An ex-fighter comes out of retirement to prevent fixed fights and keep his father-in-law from going to prison.
More Than Blue (2009)
A terminally ill man (Kwon Sang-Woo) tries to find a suitable husband for the friend (Bo-young Lee) he has loved since childhood.