The Good Sport (1918)
The Beach Boys: Live at Knebworth (1980)
Tragic Hunt (1947)
Caccia tragica or Tragic Hunt is a 1947 Italian drama film directed by Giuseppe De Santis.
Future filmmakers Michelangelo Antonioni and Carlo Lizzani co-wrote the script.
The Girl in the Sun (2013)
Girl in the Sunny Place (陽だまりの彼女, Hidamari No Kanojo) is a 2013 Japanese fantasy romance film directed by Takahiro Miki. The film, about an ordinary young couple named Kosuke and Mao, is based on a novel by Osamu Koshigaya of the same name that ranked first among novels which Japanese girls wanted boys to read in the year 2011, and has sold more than one million copies in Japan.
Ustaz, Mu Tunggu Aku Datang! (2013)
Pink Garter Gang (1971)
Fuga con Marlene (2007)
The Jeremy Clarkson Collection (2007)
Law Enforcement Guide to Satanic Cults (1994)
Os Filmes Que Não Fiz (2008)
A Thief in Paradise (1925)
Maurice Blake (Ronald Colman) and Philip Jardine (Charles Youree) are pearl fishers on a tropical island. The two of them are fighting underwater for a pearl, when Jardine is killed by a shark. His mistress, Carmina (Aileen Pringle), has a letter from Jardine's wealthy father (Claude Gillingwater), urging him to return to San Francisco. Since the elder Jardine has never seen his grown son, Carmina convinces Blake to go in his place.
The Unamenables (Russian: Неподдающиеся, translit. Nepoddayushchiyesya) is a 1959 Soviet comedy, directorial debut of Yuri Chulyukin.
Hitlers Hitparade (2005)
Louis C.K. Learns About the Catholic Church (2007)
Schneider Nörig (1969)
Toujours moins (2010)
¡Olé torero! (1949)
'The Bully' (1932)
His Brave Defender (1900)
Han ye (1955)
Marty Sklar, Walt, and EPCOT (2004)
Ante Up (1974)
Ante Up (Italian: Il piatto piange) is a 1974 Italian comedy film directed by Paolo Nuzzi. It was entered into the 25th Berlin International Film Festival.
The good voice (2006)
Curb Dance (2011)
Heart, Beating in the Dark (1982)
Back To Eden (2011)
Il Protocollo Sabbia (2006)
Qi ren le (1971)
Shin Lesbian no sekai: Tosui (1975)
Red Riding Hoodwinked (1955)
Red Riding Hoodwinked is a "Looney Tunes" cartoon animated short starring Tweety and Sylvester. Released October 29, 1955, the cartoon is directed by Friz Freleng. The voices are performed by Mel Blanc and June Foray.
The cartoon was Warner Bros.' latest adaptation of the "Little Red Riding Hood" children's story, with the Big Bad Wolf and Granny playing their respective roles, with Tweety and Sylvester taking appropriate sides.
Unlike her previous appearances, the usually cheerful Granny here is a female caricature of Ralph Kramden (of television's The Honeymooners), complete with ill-temperedness and use of the catchphrase, "One of these days ... pow! Right in the kisser." As such, "Red Riding Hoodwinked" marked one of the earliest parodies of The Honeymooners. In addition, this cartoon marks the first time Foray voiced the character of Granny, replacing Bea Benaderet in the role. Also, Granny's appearance is updated: Although she appears as a sourpuss here, her physical attributes (such as a less-pronounced chin) would be used in future appearances. Also, Granny's old-fashioned ways would be de-emphasized.
The wolf character would re-appear in "Hare-Less Wolf".
Shame and Glasses (2013)
Im Laboratorium des Doktor von Trier: Zurück zur Magie des Kinos (1998)
The Many Days of 'Day of the Dead' (2003)
Rybak I Ego Dusha (2006)
Caçada Sangrenta (1974)
Bully Beef (1930)
Abschied vom falschen Paradies (1989)
Farewell to False Paradise (German: Abschied vom falschen Paradies) is a 1989 German drama film, directed by Tevfik Başer. The film won one award and was nominated for another at the 1989 German Film Awards.
Becoming Attractions: The Trailers of Humphrey Bogart (1997)
Echoes of Forgotten Places (2005)
Here Is Mariah Carey (1993)
Lucky Kids (German:Glückskinder) is a 1936 German romantic comedy film directed by Paul Martin and starring Lilian Harvey, Willy Fritsch and Paul Kemp.
The film's art direction was by Erich Kettelhut.
Sweet & Sour Revenge (2012)
The Horrible Life of Dr. Ghoul (2013)
Vincent Price's Dracula (1982)
Kangofu maruhi karte: shiroi seifuku no modae (1975)
It's Hummer Time (1950)
It's Hummer Time is a cartoon in the Looney Tunes series directed by Robert McKimson and written by Warren Foster. Released on July 22, 1950, the cartoon stars a tuxedo cat who attempts to catch a hummingbird, only to get in the way of a bulldog who subjects him to various forms of torture for disturbing his sleep while doing so to the tune of Raymond Scott's Powerhouse, the cat seeming to know what's in store for him each time. All voice characterizations are performed by Mel Blanc.
Now That You're Dead (2009)
Devil-May-Care is a 1929 American Pre-Code musical film with a Technicolor sequence of the Albertina Rasch Dancers, and released by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer on 27 December 1929. The film was Ramon Novarro's talkie debut.
The film is known by a variety of other names, including Battle of the Ladies (USA - working title), Der Leutnant des Kaisers (Austria), Der jüngste Leutnant (Germany), Il tenente di Napoleone (Italy) and O lohagos tis aftokratorikis frouras (Greece).
Evercracked! The Phenomenon of Everquest (2009)
Old Mother Hubbard (1935)
Watch the Birdie (1965)
Wonders of the Deep (1920)
Emmanuelle the Private Collection: Jesse's Secret Desires (2006)
Santo vs. Doctor Death (1973)
La tragedia di Kri Kri (1913)
Charades (also known as Felons or First Degree) is a 1998 mystery/drama film. The film stars Erika Eleniak and C. Thomas Howell.
KWAK or Kassandra with a K (2013)
Flying South (1937)
Drooler's Delight (1949)
Drooler's Delight is the 31st animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on March 25, 1949, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by United Artists.
El encamado (2012)
Ein Münchner im Himmel (1962)
Five Minutes, Mr. Welles (2005)
They Glow in the Dark (2013)
Mateo Falcone (2008)
El árbol (2009)
The Atom Strikes! (1945)
The Atom Strikes is a document commissioned by the U.S. Army Signal Corps Pictoral Division shortly after the end of the Second World War. It documents the findings of a commission sent to Japan to assess the damage caused by the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Opening with the blast of the experimental bombing in Los Alamos, New Mexico in July 1945, the film turns to the Enola Gay and its mission over the Japanese city of Hiroshima. The narrator informs the audience about the military significance of the city and that it had not experienced bombing as yet, but it had been warned. The results of the bombing are then explained, with footage and descriptions of how various buildings were affected by the blast at different distances from ground zero. Afterwards, an interview with Father John A. Siemes, a Jesuit priest who was living at the Novitiate of the Society of Jesus in Nagatsuka, is shown to give the audience a firsthand account of the bombing. Near the end of the interview, the priest is seen reading from a prepared statement.
Nagasaki is then mentioned, with the narrator pointing out how much armament and other military supplies were being produced there, as well as the fact that even civilian homes were used for war work. Nevertheless, the effect of the atomic blast on local schools and churches is also shown.
Jay and Silent Bob Get Irish: The Swearing O' the Green (2012)
Film icons Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes take their live comedy show to Ireland for two sold out nights at the Vicor St. Theatre in Dublin.
Magnificat is a 1993 Italian drama film directed by Pupi Avati. It was entered into the 1993 Cannes Film Festival.
Live from Loreley (1987)
U2's Beautiful Day (2003)
U2 Go Home: Live from Slane Castle, Ireland is a concert video release by Irish rock band U2. It was filmed on 1 September 2001 at Slane Castle in County Meath, Ireland, during the European leg of the group's Elevation Tour. The video was released on DVD in November 2003. Although Slane Concerts at the castle are traditionally held once a year, U2 played two concerts; the second one was filmed for the video, and was the band's final show on the European leg of the tour. U2 Go Home was the second of two concert videos from the tour, preceded by 2001's Elevation 2001: Live from Boston.
The Alps (2004)
Die blonde Christl (1933)
So Normal 2: The Craziest Night Ever (2009)
Big Top Bunny (1951)
Big Top Bunny is a Warner Bros. Pictures Merrie Melodies theatrical cartoon short released in 1951 and re-released in 1961 as a Blue Ribbon and directed by Robert McKimson and written by Tedd Pierce. The cartoon is available on Disc 1 in the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 1.
Cannonball Run Europe: Great Escape (2005)
I'm Coming to Get You (2012)
Setenta veces siete (1962)
The Female: Seventy Times Seven (Spanish: Setenta veces siete) is a 1962 Argentine drama film directed by Leopoldo Torre Nilsson. It was entered into the 1962 Cannes Film Festival.
The War on Whaling (2017)
Borrowed Bride (2005)
Borrowed Bride (Turkish: Eğreti Gelin) is a 2005 film directed and co-written by Atıf Yılmaz.
A Esmorga (2014)
A esmorga is a 2014 Galician film directed by Ignacio Vilar. The film is adapted from the book A esmorga by Galician author Eduardo Blanco Amor.
Man with the Golden Winchester (1973)
Man with the Golden Winchester (Italian: Il figlio di Zorro, Spanish: El hijo del Zorro, also known as Son of Zorro) is a 1973 Spaghetti Western-adventure film directed by Gianfranco Baldanello and starring Alberto Dell'Acqua and Fernando Sancho.
The Holloway Story (2012)
Best Busy People Video Ever! (1993)
The Adept (2015)
Song of the Sarong (1945)
Song of the Sarong (1945) is a musical film starring Nancy Kelly and William Gargan. The film was written by Gene Lewis and directed by Harold Young.
West of Wyoming (1950)
West of Wyoming is a 1950 American western film directed by Wallace Fox and starring Johnny Mack Brown, Gail Davis and Myron Healey.
Screwball '94 (1994)
Journey to Enlightenment (1995)