Tommy Tiernan: A Little Cracked (2004)

The Wreck of the Hesperus (1944)

Fast Company (1929)

Fast Company is a 1929 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by A. Edward Sutherland and starring Jack Oakie and Evelyn Brent.

23rd Psalm Branch (1967)

America's Greatest Prison Breaks (2015)

Marriage Today (1950)

House of Yes: Live from House of Blues (2000)

Project Nightmare (1987)

DL2: Disintegration Line #2 (1970)

Scrap for Victory (1943)

Dutiful But Dumb (1941)

Dutiful but Dumb is the 54th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1941 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

20 Years Too Soon: Superstar Billy Graham (2006)

Chow Hound (1951)

Chow Hound is a Looney Tunes (reissued as a Blue Ribbon Merrie Melodies in 1959) animated short directed by Chuck Jones and written by Michael Maltese. Released June 16, 1951, the voices are performed by Mel Blanc, Bea Benaderet and John T. Smith. Unlike many Warner Bros.-series cartoons featuring cats as the antagonists of their targets (such as birds) and dogs serving to discourage their behavior, Chow Hound uses a different formula, wherein a large bulldog is the merciless bully, and the cat (along with a mouse) are his hapless victims.

The CooCoo Nut Grove (1936)

The Coo-Coo Nut Grove (released November 28, 1936) is a Warner Brothers Merrie Melodies short animated film, set in the famed Cocoanut Grove of the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. The cartoon was supervised (directed) by Friz Freleng, with animation by Robert McKimson and Sandy Walker and musical score by Carl Stalling. Master of ceremonies Ben Birdie (bandleader Ben Bernie) is accosted in the opening scene by Walter Windpipe (Walter Winchell). The short then proceeds to showcase a large number of Hollywood stars in the form of caricatures, including Katharine Hepburn (as a horse named Miss Heartburn), Jean Harlow, Bette Davis, Ned Sparks, Hugh Herbert, W.C. Fields, Clark Gable, Groucho and Harpo Marx, Johnny Weissmuller (in character as Tarzan) and Lupe Vélez, Mae West, Lionel and John Barrymore, Laurel and Hardy, Edward G. Robinson, Fred Astaire, and George Raft. Musical entertainments are provided by Dame Edna May Oliver as "The Lady in Red", the Dionne quintuplets (who were in reality only two years old at the time) and Helen Morgan, sitting on the piano, turning on the tears with a torch song causing most of the guests to cry (except Ben Birdie and a few of the guests) and flooding the Grove in the process.

You Came Too Late (1962)

Ham and the Jitney Bus (1915)

Muscle Up A Little Closer (1957)

Muscle Up a Little Closer is the 176th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1957 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Joe Besser). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Farewell My Teacher (2016)

The Adventures of Ace X and Kid Velvet (2008)

Tapestry (1988)

Henry Miller Asleep & Awake (1975)

The quiet ticking of a clock gives way to the stirrings and rumblings of a lump hidden under the blankets. Pajama-clad, the lump throws back the covers, stretches, groans and grumbles. He rises and goes to his mirror in a tiled room he knows well. The man is literary legend Henry Miller, the author of the infamous, groundbreaking "Tropic of Cancer," and the room is his bathroom. It's a miraculous shrine covered with photos and drawings collected by Miller over the course of his long and fruitful life. Graciously, in his raspy, sonorous voice, he points out the highlights of his improvised gallery, speaking on various Buddhas, Blaise Cendrars, Hieronymous Bosch and Gaugin, several Japanese writers, Hesse, a stone carving by Jung, women he found attractive, his tendency to hear "celestial music" in airplanes, the relationship between Zen and sex, the fact that "most writers don't look so hot" (because they spend so much time alone), and the question of identity, which "harasses" him. This verité portrait from Emmy® Award-winning director Tom Schiller ("Saturday Night Live"), filmed in 1973 when the author was 81, is a voyage of ideas about life, writing, sex, spirituality, nightmares, and New York that captures the warmth, vigor and high animal spirits of a singular American artist.

Nudes: A Sketchbook (1974)

Chimera (2011)

Woody Allen: A Life in Film (2002)

The Model Solution (2002)

How to Break 90 #5: Impact (1933)

Lune et le loup (2015)

Black Sky: The Race for Space (2004)

Black Sky: The Race For Space is a Discovery Channel documentary about Space Ship One, and how a small team backed by Paul Allen achieved human suborbital spaceflight and win the Ansari X Prize. It contain insights about how the rocketplane was built, the challenge they faced when they flew it, the vision of Burt Rutan about the future of this technology (tier two and three), and his thoughts about NASA and government. It won a Peabody Award in 2004.

Three Missing Links (1938)

Three Missing Links is the 33rd short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1938 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.

Shuteye Hotel (2007)

Visions of a City (1978)

The Hidden Wars of Desert Storm (2001)

Frog and Toad Together (1987)

Hell's Bells: The Dangers of Rock 'N' Roll (1989)

Hell's Bells: The Dangers of Rock 'N' Roll is a 1989 Christian documentary film produced and directed by Eric Holmberg, founder of Reel to Real Ministries and The Apologetics Group. Holmberg also produced and directed its sequel, Hell's Bells 2 - The Power and Spirit of Popular Music (2004).

Perfect Strangers (2013)

Madame de Sade (1986)

Eyes of Youth (1919)

Eyes of Youth is a 1919 American silent drama film directed by Albert Parker and starring Clara Kimball Young. The film was based on a stage play Eyes of Youth performed on Broadway in 1917-18 and starred Marjorie Rambeau. This film also features Rudolph Valentino in a role as a thief/con artist. This film is often credited as the vehicle that led Valentino to be cast in The Four Horseman of the Apocalypse (1921).

Caja negra (2009)

Shave It (2012)

Mahô no tenshi Creamy Mami: Long Goodbye (1985)

Mama's Boys 2: Let's Go Na! (1994)

Computer Animation Magic (1986)

This Ancient Law (1923)

The Ancient Law (German: Das alte Gesetz) is a 1923 German silent drama film directed by E.A. Dupont and starring Henny Porten, Ruth Weyher and Hermann Vallentin. The son of an Orthodox Rabbi faces hostility from his father when he decides to become an actor.

Carabosse (1980)

The Secretaries (1968)

Der Meisterdetektiv (1944)

The Master Detective (German: Der Meisterdetektiv) is a 1944 German comedy film directed by Hubert Marischka and starring Rudolf Platte who plays a private detective. The film's art direction was by Gustav A. Knauer and Arthur Schwarz.

La torre de los siete jorobados (1944)

The Tower of the Seven Hunchbacks (Spanish:La Torre de los Siete Jorobados) is a 1944 Spanish mystery film directed by Edgar Neville. It is based on a novel of the same title by Emilio Carrere.

Ein Mann wie Maximilian (1945)

A Man Like Maximilian (German: Ein Mann wie Maximilian) is a 1945 German comedy film directed by Hans Deppe and strarring Wolf Albach-Retty, Karin Hardt and Lizzi Waldmüller. It was one of the last films released during the Third Reich and was playing in cinemas during the Battle of Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Franz Bi and Bruno Lutz.

State Trooper (1933)

State Trooper is a 1933 American Pre-Code crime film directed by D. Ross Lederman and starring Regis Toomey.

Der Satan mit den roten Haaren (1964)

Dos más uno dos (1934)

Where Is This Lady? (1933)

Where Is This Lady? is a 1932 British musical film directed by Victor Hanbury and Ladislao Vajda and starring Mártha Eggerth, Owen Nares and Wendy Barrie. It was made at Elstree Studios. An operetta film, it is a remake of the German film Once There Was a Waltz which was adapted from a stage work by Franz Lehár.

Tarnished Heroes (1961)

Tarnished Heroes is a 1961 British war film directed by Ernest Morris and starring Dermot Walsh and Anton Rodgers. It was produced by Danziger Productions. The film is set in France during World War II, and concerns a British major who destroys a Nazi convoy. The plot of the film bears similarities to The Dirty Dozen, although it was made five years before Robert Aldrich's film, and three years before the novel on which it is based. However, it is possible that Tarnished Heroes was inspired by the success of The Magnificent Seven, released in 1960, as the concept seems close: the recruitment of a band of renegades to fight a difficult fight for the common good.

Thundering Tenors (1931)

Sarah McLachlan: Afterglow Live (2004)

E11 (2006)

Ekkelins Knecht (2008)

Keith Jarrett: Standards (1983)

Satan's Schoolgirls (2004)

Nummer 14 Johan Cruijff (1973)

The Shaun White Album (2004)

Dick Whittington's Cat (1936)

Tomte Tummetott und der Fuchs (2007)

Tomte Tummetott and the Fox (original: Tomte Tummetott und der Fuchs) is a 2007 German film directed by Sandra Schießl and based on the novels The Tomten and The Tomten and the Fox by Astrid Lindgren.

The Secret Life Of Cats (1999)

Consumers (2015)

M.O.G. (2006)

Nancy Barry's Big Case (2009)

Boys on the Run (2003)

The Throwback (1935)

The Throwback is a 1935 American Western film directed by Ray Taylor and written by Frances Guihan. The film stars Buck Jones, Muriel Evans, George "Gabby" Hayes, Bryant Washburn, Eddie Phillips and Paul Fix. The film was released on October 1, 1935, by Universal Pictures.

The Blood Ship (1927)

The Blood Ship is a 1927 silent drama film directed by George B. Seitz. The seventh and final reel of the film was thought to be lost until 2007. The final reel was ultimately found and the film was screened in its entirety on October 11, 2007.

9/11: 10 Years Later (2011)

Peed Into the Wind (1972)

Roosevelt in Africa (1910)

Roosevelt in Africa is a film by Cherry Kearton, released in 1910. It is a documentary featuring Theodore Roosevelt in Africa. It is shot in silent black and white. One of the biggest headline-grabbing stories of 1910 was former president Theodore Roosevelt's safari into Africa. Landing in Mombasa in 1909, Roosevelt spent months in the wilds of East Africa, hunting big game in parts of what are now Kenya and Uganda. For some of this journey, he was accompanied by famed British bird-and-animal photographer Cherry Kearton, who shot wildlife and native scenes with a hand-cranked motion picture camera. Among the scenes captured by Kearton's camera were a number of Maasai gatherings and dances – although the Maasai were incorrectly identified in the film's slates as "Zulus." Quick to cash in on the media frenzy, the Selig company of Chicago, actually released a fake documentary which it had shot at its own California game preserve, using a lookalike actor as a stand-in for Roosevelt when necessary. Motion Picture Patents Company, using Pathe as its distribution arm, responded by releasing the authentic Kearton footage under the title Roosevent in Africa. Kearton had dreamed of filming an African lion, but was unable to do so during the Roosevelt voyage. The fake Selig film did feature a lion – a tamed aged lion.

Gospel (1986)

Two Fisted (2004)

Jeffries-Johnson World's Championship Boxing Contest, Held at Reno, Nevada, July 4, 1910 (1910)

The Last One (2009)

A Daughter of Two Worlds (1920)

A Daughter of Two Worlds is a surviving 1920 silent film adventure drama directed by James Young and starring Norma Talmadge, Jack Crosby, and Virginia Lee.

With a Mouse: To your Mouth (2017)

Two friends are spending a week, day/night crossing London inside a black cab and reading a science fiction book. In the story their imagination is so powerful that they are able to become the characters from the book and re-create new and better realities around them in 3D. The book is about the the story of X - a little germ entering someone's mouth. X's vision is somewhat blurred. Its vision is in 'distorted 3D'. The mouth is the ultimate frontier between the inside of a creature and the rest of the universe. It is the border control. There is a long process before reaching the heart of the body. X aims to re-produce itself into the heart of the body just like a little mouse. When inside the body, X the germ can see, feel and breathe exactly what the creature's body sees, feels and breathes.

His Bridal Fright (1940)

Charley writes to girls all over the world in order to get foreign postage stamps for his collection--but winds up with a passel of girls who think he's their fiance.

Oh, What a Night! (1944)

Oh, What A Night is a 1944 crime drama starring Edmund Lowe & Jean Parker and directed by William Beaudine. The films story was written by Marian Orth and the screenplay by Paul Girard Smith.

Hey Diddle Diddle (1935)

Huie's Sermon (1981)

Huie's Sermon (German: Huies Predigt) is a 1981 documentary film made for television by Werner Herzog. It consists almost entirely of a sermon delivered by Huie Rogers of the Bible Way Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ in Brooklyn.

Mandala (1977)

Interkosmos (2006)

Interkosmos is a 2006 film directed by Jim Finn.

Portal (2006)

Eels: Live and in Person! London 2006 (2008)

Queen: Champions of the World (1995)

Breakin' Through (1984)

The Maker (2012)

Tiger Ramudu (1962)

The Bold Bank Robbery (1904)

The Bold Bank Robbery is a 1904 short crime film produced and distributed by the Lubin Manufacturing Company. The silent film depicts a group of burglars who plan and execute a successful bank heist. Company employee Jack Frawley was the film's director, also coming up with the story and serving as cinematographer; the cast's identities are unknown. The silent film was the first Lubin Manufacturing Company release to feature an original narrative. The film was created after the commercial success of the Edwin S. Porter film The Great Train Robbery, and was intended to be similar to it. Released on July 30, 1904, reception was mixed. It is credited with having motivated Porter to direct the film Capture of the "Yegg" Bank Burglars. A print of the seven-minute film, which is now in the public domain, is preserved in the Library of Congress. In 2002, the film was released on DVD as part of a compilation of silent films.

His Hour (1924)

His Hour is a 1924 American silent drama film directed by King Vidor. This film was the follow-up to Samuel Goldwyn's Three Weeks, written by Elinor Glyn, and starring Aileen Pringle, one of the biggest moneymakers at the time of the amalgamation.

Suicide Run (2001)

Black Chariot (1971)

Black Chariot is a 1971 American drama film directed by Robert Goodwin.This film starring Bernie Casey, Barbarao and Paulene Myers in the lead roles.

How to Eat Your Apple (2011)

Pushing Up Daisies (1984)

Gajakesari (2014)

Gajakesari is a 2014 Indian Kannada epic historical action film directed by cinematographer Krishna and produced by Jayanna and Bogendra. The film stars Yash in leading role along with Amulya and Anant Nag. The film also prominently features an elephant named Arjuna from Waynad, Kerala. Actor Prakash Raj plays as narrator for the film to introduce Yash's character. Also uncredited writer Sai Prasad did the still photography and concept design for the making of the movie. This film is also dubbed in Hindi as Gajakeasari:The Big Lion.

Women's Private Parts (2000)

Strange Rampage (1967)