The Touch of Flesh (1960)

A rich teen (Jeanne Rainer) tries to terminate her pregnancy against the father's (Ted Marshall) wishes.

Francis in the Navy (1955)

Talking mule's Army buddy (Donald O'Connor) mistaken for look-alike bosun's mate.

The Captain's Table (1960)

A British freighter captain (John Gregson) becomes captain of a luxury liner and treats his passengers like cargo.

The Desert Song (1953)

A civil war between Morocco's Berber and Arab populations provides the backdrop for this romantic musical adventure. Headstrong Margot (Kathryn Grayson) and her father, Gen. Birabeau (Ray Collins), arrive from Paris to a remote Foreign Legion outpost. The powerful Sheik Yousseff (Raymond Massey) has devised a scheme to discredit the mysterious warlord El Khobar by having his men attack the fort disguised as Berbers -- a plan Margot and her tutor, Paul Bonnard (Gordon MacRae), attempt to foil.

Warning From Space (1956)

Huge one-eyed star-shaped aliens come to Tokyo to save Earth from hitting a flaming planet.

Phantom (1922)

Lorenz (Alfred Abel), an office worker of meager means, lives in a tiny apartment with his mother and two siblings and harbors artistic aspirations. But when Lorenz spies the mysteriously alluring Veronika (Anton Edthofer) riding in a carriage, he begins neglecting all his responsibilities in his relentless pursuit of the unattainable beauty. He later meets Mellitta (also De Putti), a conniving woman who resembles Veronika, and she dupes him into doing her bidding, with devastating results.

The Count of Monte Cristo (1961)

Based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas. A man unjustly imprisoned for 20 years makes a daring escape and seeks revenge.

Cow and I (1960)

Charles Bailly (Fernandel) is a Gallic farmer who has been captured by the Nazis and must work for them in Germany against his will. Eager to flee captivity and his cruel, uncaring German bosses, Charles opts to escape, and boldly makes his way toward France, hiding in plain sight by walking with a cow. Given his unusual situation, Charles befriends the creature, which he names Marguerite, and together they trek across the European countryside towards freedom.

The Nasty Rabbit (1964)

Spies mingle at a dude ranch where a Soviet (Mischa Terr) plans to let loose a disease-carrying rabbit.

6.5 Special (1958)

Two teenage girls (Dianne Todd, Avril Leslie) take a train to London with several pop acts rehearsing for a TV show.

Cowboy in Manhattan (1943)

A lyricist is urged by a producer to pass himself off as a wealthy Westerner to enhance his image with a musical star.

Triple Bogey on a Par 5 Hole (1991)

An unseen screenwriter (Eric Mitchell) asks three heirs on a yacht about their parents, slain on a golf course.

And God Said to Cain (1970)

President Grant's amnesty frees a gold-mine owner to hunt the bandits who framed him.

Porridge (1979)

An English jailbird (Ronnie Barker) accidentally escapes from prison, then tries to break back in.

Raiders of the South (1947)

A federal agent (Johnny Mack Brown) rounds up outlaws in the Southwest.

Your Money or Your Wife (1961)

To inherit her fortune, an Englishwoman (Peggy Cummins) learns, her husband (Donald Sinden) must die or she must be divorced.

A Lady's Morals (1930)

A lovestruck composer (Reginald Denny) loses his sight following Swedish diva Jenny Lind (Grace Moore), who loses her voice.

The Applegates (1990)

Ecomilitant insects from Brazil pose as an average U.S. family (Ed Begley Jr., Stockard Channing, Cami Cooper) and begin to act like one.

Once a Thief (1965)

All ex-convict Eddie Pedak (Alain Delon) wants is a fresh start with his wife, Kristine (Ann-Margret), and daughter, Kathy (Tammy Locke), as he tries to rebuild his life in San Francisco, but a few obstacles stand in his way. One is Inspector Mike Vido (Van Heflin) of the SFPD, who believes Pedak is the man who shot him several years back, and wants revenge. The other is Pedak's brother, Walter (Jack Palance), a lifetime criminal who persistently tries to recruit him to pull one last job.

The Paleface (1922)

Evil oil barons try to kick Indians off their land, and Buster joins the tribe to help them fight.

Call a Messenger (1939)

The Dead End Kids cross paths with an infamous gangster while trying to earn livings as messenger boys.

Second Chance (2011)

A man (Franois-Xavier Demaison) who believes he brings bad luck to every woman he dates meets a gal (Virginie Efira) who just may be the love of his life.

Historia de un abrigo de Mink (1955)

Four short stories: "Love and H2O," "The Nude Woman," "The Sleeping Tiger," and "Margot."

Calypso Joe (1957)

A pretty airline stewardess turns a deaf ear to her lover's pleas when she decides to wed a wealthy Latino instead.

Buffalo Girls (2012)

In Thailand, two 8-year-old girls undergo months of rigorous training and a brutal schedule as they prepare to fight each other for a championship title.

Campus Sleuth (1948)

A peculiar thief is uncovered in the course of a campus investigation of small burglaries.

You Got to Move (1985)

In 1932 the Highlander Folk School was founded in rural Tennessee to provide a focal point for the burgeoning Appalachian labor movement. Years later, in the 1950s, the center would play a pivotal role in the American Civil Rights Movement, training a number of famous and lesser-known advocates for social change. Using interviews and footage from the era, documentarians Lucy Massie Phenix and Veronica Selver chronicle the lives of people who have benefited as a result of efforts by the school.

Half Human (1955)

Japanese and American scientists face a monster whose other half is beast.

Cheating Blondes (1933)

A journalist uses the woman he allegedly loves as the subject for a frame.

Taking Chances (2011)

Nine-year-old Kiek worries when her father, who is a doctor, leaves for a war zone.

The River Fuefuki (1960)

When the eldest son (Somegoro Ichikawa) of a medieval Japanese farmer decides to become a warlord's retainer, his brothers soon follow in his footsteps.

Farewell to Spring (1959)

Five friends learn an important lesson about the past and future when a hometown reunion gives them the opportunity to examine the paths their lives have taken.

Code of the Fearless (1939)

A Texas Ranger pretends he has been discharged from service to trick outlaws into accepting him into their gang.

Avalanche (1969)

Assorted people are subject to a mass of loosened snow.

Tomie (1999)

An immortal demon (Miho Kanno) returns to haunt her former best friend, who has amnesia as the result of a traumatic event.

Wizards of the Demon Sword (1991)

Ulric's (Russ Tamblyn) daughter unites with warrior Thane (Blake Bahner) against evil Lord Khoura (Lyle Waggoner), who covets the knife of Aktar.

The Naked Cage (1986)

A rural ingenue (Shari Shattuck) lands in a women's prison, where she must deal with a lot of sickos and a warden (Angel Tompkins) who's into fish and art deco.

International Settlement (1938)

An American drifter (George Sanders) is taken for a gunrunner and must flee Shanghai with a singer (Dolores del Ro).

Abhimaan (1973)

Subir, a popular singer, encourages his wife Uma to take up a career in singing too. However, their marital bliss shatters when Uma's popularity surpasses his own.

Convict Stage (1965)

Outlaw Jeb Sims (Joe Patridge) and his brother, Johnny (Eric Matthews), rob a stagecoach and kill the sister of gunfighter Ben Lattimore (Harry Lauter). Hunting down the killers, Lattimore is shot by their mother. He recovers and pursues the brothers, finding them caught and en route to prison. The marshal escorting them convinces Ben to spare the Sims' lives and help bring them to justice. Unfortunately, the Sims' mother is also on board and armed, plotting to free her boys.

I Love You, I Love You (1968)

After a botched suicide, a man (Claude Rich) gets the chance to be a test subject for a newly developed time-machine.

A Distant Place (2010)

A dying photographer travels the world to find the place in his dreams.

Dancers in the Dark (1932)

A dancer in love with a jazz musician finds her life complicated by a mobster from her past.

The Paw Project (2012)

A veterinarian fights big corporations to protect animals from being exploited.

Dancing in Manhattan (1944)

When he discovers $5,000 in marked bills, a garbage man inadvertently stymies police efforts to trap a blackmailer.

The Jews and the Longest Kiss in History (2012)

Filmmaker Frdrique Cifuentes Morgan examines the rise and fall of Sudan's Jewish population, which was nearly gone from the region by the 1960s.

Ivan Vasilievich: Back to the Future (1973)

A scientist builds a time machine that brings Ivan the Terrible to the year 1973 and sends two ordinary Russians back to the 16th century.

Tibetan Dog (2012)

After his mother dies, Jiantan has to leave Xi'an to live with his father on the Tibetan steppe, where he meets a golden dog that helps him cope with the new challenges ahead.

Louis Sullivan: The Struggle for American Architecture (2009)

The life and legacy of artist Louis H. Sullivan.

The Crime Patrol (1936)

A boxer (Ray Walker) discovers a love of law enforcement after joining the police department for its athletic facilities.

Perseverance: The Story of Dr. Billy Taylor (2012)

The life of former Michigan running back Billy Taylor.

Siegfried (1924)

After Siegfried (Paul Richter), a nearly invulnerable warrior prince, hears of the beauty of Princess Kriemhild (Margarethe Schon), he travels to Burgundy to meet her. To impress her brother, King Gunther (Hanna Ralph), Siegfried ventures to Iceland with him, where he helps Gunther win over Brunhild (Theodor Loos). The appreciative Gunther approves of Siegfried's marriage to Kriemhild. However, hungry for more power, Brunhild spreads lies about Siegfried, leading to a fateful clash.

The Crusader (1932)

A reputable newspaper is in jeopardy of becoming a scandal sheet because of one of its reporters.

Stations of the Elevated (1981)

Filmmaker Manfred Kirchheimer witnesses the graffiti movement in New York City.

Black Cobra 3: Manila Connection (1991)

An agent (Forry Smith) teams up with his father's buddy (Fred Williamson) on a jungle mission to recover stolen weapons.

Live to Forgive (2009)

A minister teaches people how to forgive others.

Where the Boys Are '84 (1984)

Coeds Jennie (Lisa Hartman), Sandra, Carol (Lorna Luft) and Laurie (Lynn-Holly Johnson) go to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., for spring break.

Ariel (1988)

An out-of-work Laplander (Turo Pajala) seeks his dark destiny in a white Cadillac convertible.

City Limits (1934)

A journalist poses as a doctor's assistant to infiltrate a railroad magnate's inner council.

The Cow and I (1959)

In Germany, a French POW (Fernandel) hopes to escape and return home by pretending he's leading a cow someplace.

7 Man Army (1976)

In 1933, seven Chinese soldiers fight valiantly during the Sino-Japanese war.

The Bugs Bunny/Road Runner Movie (1979)

The "wascally wabbit" recalls escapades with Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, Road Runner, Elmer Fudd, Pepe LePew, Wile E. Coyote.

Close-Up (1948)

Two newsreel cameramen, who are on a fashion shoot outside a bank, get some footage of a missing Nazi war criminal.

Bird of Paradise (1951)

Polynesians must quiet a volcano after their princess (Debra Paget) marries a Frenchman (Louis Jourdan) visiting her brother (Jeff Chandler).

Karan Arjun (1995)

Divine intervention lets reincarnated brothers (Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan) realize their identities and seek revenge upon their killer.

Coisa de Mulher (2005)

Women's magazine writer Cassandra has great stories for her column; after all, she lives in a building with five other women whose lives are full of problems: Catarina is tired of her marriage; Monica dreams of marrying but is still a virgin.

Cabin Pressure (2001)

Fired for incompetence, a deranged technician seeks revenge against a business tycoon who designed a new airplane.

Süskind (2012)

A member of the Jewish Council of Amsterdam finds a way to keep children from being deported to Nazi death camps.

A Blind Man (2012)

A French lawman (Jacques Gamblin) plays cat-and-mouse games with a blind killer (Lambert Wilson).

Holy Blood (1989)

In Mexico, the traumatized son (Axel Jodorowsky) of a knife-thrower (Guy Stockwell) and a trapeze artist bonds grotesquely with his now-armless mother (Blanca Guerra).

The Passenger (2005)

A man (ric Caravaca) hides his identity when he returns home to identify his brother's body.

The Church (1989)

Tourists are trapped in a cathedral cursed since the Crusades by the mayhem of German knights.

Our Relations (1936)

Sailors Stan (Stan Laurel) and Ollie (Oliver Hardy) have a beer-garden mix-up with their henpecked twins and gangsters.

Arsenal (1929)

A montage of images depicts the social upheaval in Russia following World War I leading to the Russian Revolution.

Sweet Evil (2010)

Celine (Anaïs Demoustier) lives on the streets until she is taken in by Henri van Eyck (Pascal Greggory) and his wife (Ludmila Mikaël). She gradually wins their affection and trust until her web of lies begin to unravel, revealing her true motives.

Lonesome Cowboys (1968)

Two women (Viva, Taylor Mead) hang out with five homosexual cowboys.

Mixing Karma (2009)

The cowboy father of a Seattle artist thinks the art is a joke until an Indian family shows interest. When he falls for their beautiful daughter, the two cultures clash.


Three stories revolve around a father (Jose Pinto) and his son (Lus Miguel Cintra), two courtesans and the possibility of eternal life.

El profe (1970)

A primary school teacher lives various adventures alongside his students.

Atomic Jihad: Ahmadinejad's Coming War for Islamic Revival and Obama's Politics of Defeat (2010)

Filmmaker Joel Gilbert examines Iran's bid for nuclear capability and the Obama administration's Middle East policy.

Land of the Outlaws (1944)

A cowboy (Johnny Mack Brown) and his partner (Raymond Hatton) ride where the lawless try to hide.


An American agent masquerades as an ex-con to break up a racketeering operation.

The Billion Dollar Scandal (1933)

An ex-convict (Robert Armstrong) working for a wealthy oil baron finds trouble when his brother messes around with the boss's daughter.

Underground President (2007)

Blow (Jermaine Young Jones) searches for a connection to his past while the most vicious gang war that Florida has ever seen rages around him.

My Heart of Darkness (2010)

Four war veterans journey back to battlefields deep in Africa to find reconciliation, forgiveness and atonement.

How to Boil a Frog (2009)

Solutions to make life better and save civilization.

Two Days Back (2011)

Emma disappears with a feral boy when she is 5 but has no memory of the ordeal. Seventeen years later she re-enters the forest to help environmentalists stop illegal tree-harvesting. When people start to be killed off, she must face her dark past.

One Week (2000)

An unfaithful groom-to-be learns that he may have contracted HIV with just days to go before his wedding.

The Show Goes On (1936)

A former millworker (Gracie Fields) becomes a national sensation in Depression-era Britain, singing and sharing her wit.

The Enchanted Journey (1978)

A city-dwelling chipmunk leads his animal friends on a trek to their ancestral homes in the forest.

The Girl Who Had Everything (1953)

Jean Latimer (Elizabeth Taylor) has a very comfortable life, much of which is due to the efforts of her lawyer father, Steve (William Powell). One day, however, Jean falls for one of his clients, a dangerous gangster named Victor Y. Raimondi (Fernando Lamas). She leaves her boyfriend, the stable Vance Court (Gig Young), and tensions rise between her and her father. Will love triumph in the end, or will Jean do as her father wishes, abandoning Victor to justice?

Frontier Gun (1958)

The marshal (John Agar) of a helpless town stands up to an outlaw everyone's afraid of.

Island in the Sky (1938)

The nuptials between New York City attorney Michael Fraser (Michael Whalen) and his secretary, Julie Hayes (Gloria Stuart), hit a snag when a case inspires Julie to postpone their wedding in favor of trying to help save Peter Vincent (Robert Kellard), an innocent man accused of murder, from a death sentence. Upon discovering that the murderer is actually Peter's gangster father, Johnny Doyle (Paul Kelly), Michael and Julie attempt to clear Peter's name and get the truth out about Johnny.

Young Jesse James (1960)

When Union troops hang the father of young Jesse James (Ray Stricklyn), he joins the violently pro-Confederate Quantrill's Raiders, meeting gunslinger Cole Younger (Willard Parker). At first, Jesse is jolted by the bloodshed. But, when the Raiders bring in Union prisoners, and one of them is the man who lynched his father, the teen guns the killer down. His thirst for revenge is satisfied, but not his new-found taste for blood. The Civil War soon ends, but Jesse's crime spree is just beginning.

Twelve Hours to Kill (1960)

A murder witness must flee after he learns that the police assigned to protect him are in cahoots with the killers.

Sleepers West (1941)

Private eye Mike Shayne encounters a large amount of trouble while attempting to guard a murder witness.

History Lessons (2000)

Filmmaker Barbara Hammer redefines the history of lesbianism from the late 19th century to the present day with images from various mediums.

The Pit (2010)

Commodities traders try to make a living with coffee.

The Journey of Alice Tremblay (2002)

A mother (Sophie Lorain) is drawn into the universe of the bedtime story she is reading to her daughter.

The Secret Garden (1975)

Young Mary Lennox (Sarah Hollis Andrews) becomes an orphan in 19th-century India after her parents succumb to cholera. She's sent to live with her uncle Archibald Craven (John Woodnutt) in the English countryside and gets to know the servants, who become her only real friends in the large house. Her world changes dramatically, however, when a mysterious robin introduces her to a secret garden full of adventures, and she encounters a cousin she never knew she had.