That's So Suite Life of Hannah Montana (2007)

Raven Baxter checks into the swanky Tipton Hotel while on a business trip with her designer boss. Zack and Cody get into the action when the models for Raven's photo shoot take a detour. Meanwhile, London finds out that super pop star Hannah Montana wants a Raven original to wear on her new tour.

The Loves of Cynthia (1972)

Crimes of Passion: King Lily of the Valley (2013)

What Did Stalin Do to Women? (1969)

Yaktin Beni (2015)

The Hijack That Went South (2013)

The Hijack That Went South is a 2013 Finnish comedy film directed by Aleksi Mäkelä.

Herra Huu - jestapa jepulis - penikat sipuliks (1973)

Mozaika (1969)

Les Revoltes (2014)

Tøsepiger (1996)

Dansaren (1994)

Musen (2009)

Me... Myself (2007)

Me... Myself or Khaw hai rak jong jaroen) is a 2007 Thai romance drama film directed by Pongpat Wachirabunjong. Ananda Everingham stars as a gay male dancer in a transvestite cabaret who has amnesia after being struck by a car.

Station (2001)

Out of a Forest (2010)

The Odd Sound Out (2013)

Recluta con niño (1956)

Queen of the Smugglers (1911)

The Romantic Story of Margaret Catchpole is a 1911 Australian silent film directed by Raymond Longford and starring Lottie Lyell. It is based on the true story of Margaret Catchpole, an adventurer and convict.

Max's First Job (1910)

Erkan & Stefan gegen die Mächte der Finsternis (2002)

Slick Hare (1947)

In a slick New York club for the rich and famous, Mr Humphrey Bogart orders rabbit. Waiter Elmer Fudd is at a loss where he'll get fresh rabbit at that time of night until he finds Bugs Bunny feasting on carrots. With time running out, Fudd tries to get Bugs into the pot.

Policewoman (2000)

Pickled Pink (1965)

A drunk partygoer (voiced by Mel Blanc) takes Pink Panther home, and tries to hide him from his wife, who hates him bringing "crooked bums" into the house.

The Pink Pill (1968)

The Pink Panther takes a nasty fall after slipping on a banana peel. After being admitted to the hospital, he endures a series of misadventures dealing with the hospital staff as well as a middle-aged roommate who sadistically laughs at each one of the feline's mishaps.

Les turlupins (1980)

Nezabyvaemoe (1967)

Come On In! The Water's Pink (1968)

The Pink Panther arrives on his motorcycle at Bicep Beach, where a hulky, egotistical man is flexing his muscles for a group of bathing beauties. Using his bag-full of inflatable items, including muscles, weights, a swimming pool, waterskis, and balloon animals, the Pink Panther diverts the beauties' attention away from the muscleman, who angrily tries to regain his dominant-guy-on-the-beach status.

Blackhawk: Fearless Champion of Freedom (1952)

The Miraculous Blackhawk: Freedom's Champion, also known simply as Blackhawk, is a 1952 15-chapter black-and-white movie serial adventure from Columbia Pictures based on the comic book Blackhawk, published at the time by Quality Comics, but now owned by DC Comics, and was Columbia's forty-ninth serial. Home release publishing has since given the serial a tagline of "Fearless Champion of Freedom".

Badou Boy (1970)

Badou Boy is a 1970 Senegalese short film, directed by Djibril Diop Mambéty.

Deux lions au soleil (1980)

Night Light (1957)

Kierion (1968)

Chudo s kosichkami (1974)

Nazis and Blondes (2008)

Voorbij, voorbij (1979)

All Things Pass is a 1979 television film directed by Paul Verhoeven. In Douglas Keesey's book on Verhoeven, he writes that the film is a coda to Verhoeven's previous film Soldier of Orange (1977). It concerns several Dutch resistance fighters 35 years after World War II who have sworn revenge on a Dutch SS officer who shot their friend during the Netherlands' resistance to Nazi occupation. Upon finding the man, they discover that he is now paralysed and would suffer more to stay alive than be killed.

The Truth About Mother Goose (1957)

The Truth About Mother Goose is an animated film released in 1957 by Walt Disney Productions. and directed by Bill Justice and Wolfgang Reitherman. In it, a trio of jazz-singing jesters sing three Mother Goose nursery rhymes, while an off screen narrator explains their origins in three animated vignettes. The rhymes include:"Little Jack Horner": Thomas Horner, allegedly stealing a title deed in transit to Henry VIII of England. "Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary": The life of Mary Stuart. The segment claims that the "silver bells" are said to "refer to the elaborate decoration on her dresses", the "cockle shells" to her love of exotic food such as cockles, with the "pretty maids all in a row" referring to her ladies-in-waiting. "London Bridge Is Falling Down": The gradual deterioration and dilapidation of the medieval Old London Bridge.

Monsters vs Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins from Outer Space (2009)

Monsters vs. Aliens: Mutant Pumpkins from Outer Space is a 2009 Halloween television special, based on the film Monsters vs. Aliens. It was produced by DreamWorks Animation and directed by Peter Ramsey. The special premiered in Ireland on RTÉ One on October 26, 2009, and aired in the USA on the NBC network on October 28, 2009.

Chez nous c'est trois! (2013)

Güemes - la tierra en armas (1971)

Güemes - la tierra en armas is a 1971 Argentine war drama film directed by Leopoldo Torre Nilsson. It was entered into the 7th Moscow International Film Festival. It is based on the life of Martín Miguel de Güemes.

The Great Carrot-Train Robbery (1969)

The Great Carrot Train Robbery is a 1969 Merrie Melodies cartoon directed by Robert McKimson and featuring Bunny and Claude in their last short produced. The short is the final "classic era" Warner Bros. cartoon with the voice of Mel Blanc.

The Seventh Room (1996)

The Seventh Chamber is a 1995 Italian-Hungarian biography film based on the life of Edith Stein.

La reina mora (1937)

The Moorish Queen is a 1937 Spanish musical film directed by Eusebio Fernández Ardavín and starring María Arias, Raquel Rodrigo and Alejandrina Caro.

You're Not Built That Way (1936)

You're Not Built That Way is a 1936 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop and featuring Pudgy the Puppy.

Running Blue (2001)

Yellow Hair 2 is a 2001 South Korean film, written, produced, and directed by Kim Yu-min. It is the sequel to Kim's 1999 film Yellow Hair, though it does not continue the same story or feature any of the same characters. The original film gained attention when it was refused a rating due to its sexual content, requiring some footage to be cut before it was allowed a public release. Yellow Hair 2 attracted no less attention from the casting of transsexual actress Harisu in her first major film role.

The Influence (2010)

The Influence is a four-part online film starring Lee Byung-hun and Han Chae-young. The movie, which delves into the realms of mystery and fantasy, takes place over the time period 1907–2010.

David Loman (2013)

David Loman (大尾鱸鰻) is a 2013 Taiwanese comedy film directed by Chiu Li-kwan.

Aaptharakshaka (2010)

Aaptharakshaka is a Kannada blockbuster film released in 2010 starring Vishnuvardhan in his 200th Kannada film and posthumous film along with Vimala Raman, Sandhya, Avinash, Srinivasa Murthy, Bhavana, Lakshmi Gopalaswamy and Komal among others. The film was written and directed by P. Vasu and is a sequel to the 2004 blockbuster film Apthamitra also directed by Vasu and starring Vishnuvardhan.

Bongolo (1953)

Bongolo is a 1952 Belgian film directed by André Cauvin. It was entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.

Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen (1969)

Sophia de Mello Breyner Andresen is a black-and-white 1969 Portuguese documentary film by João César Monteiro, then using the name João César Santos, about the notable poet. It was Monteiro's first completed film. It is dedicated to the memory of Carl Theodor Dreyer.

Do You Hear the Dogs Barking? (1975)

Do You Hear the Dogs Barking? is a 1975 Mexican drama film directed by François Reichenbach. It was entered into the 1975 Cannes Film Festival.

The Backdancers! (2006)

Backdancers! (バックダンサーズ!) is a Japanese film released in Japan in September 2006.

Confrontation (1976)

Assassination in Davos is a 1976 Swiss thriller film directed by Rolf Lyssy and starring Peter Bollag, Gert Haucke and Marianne Kehlau. It is based on the assassination of the Swiss Nazi Wilhelm Gustloff by a student in 1936. The film was selected as the Swiss entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 48th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Ich will leben (1976)

I Want to Live is a 1976 Austrian drama film directed by Jörg A. Eggers. The film was selected as the Austrian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 50th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Daffy Flies North (1980)

Daffy Flies North is a 1980 Warner Bros cartoon featuring Daffy Duck. It is a part of the Daffy Duck's Easter Egg-Citement special.

The Yolks on You (1980)

The Yolk's on You is a 1980 non-theatrical Looney Tunes cartoon starring Daffy Duck, Sylvester J. Cat, and Foghorn Leghorn. It is part of Daffy's Easter Egg-Citement and it shows a rare time when Foghorn Leghorn, Sylvester, and Daffy all appear together in a mix.

Red Bells Part II: Ten Days That Shook the World (1983)

Red Bells II is a 1983 adventure-drama film directed by Sergei Bondarchuk. It was coproduced by Soviet Union, Italy and Mexico. It is the last of a two-part film centered on the life and career of John Reed, the revolutionary communist journalist that had already inspired Warren Beatty's Reds. This chapter focuses on Reed's book Ten Days That Shook the World.

Prussian Culture (1908)

Pruska kultura, also known as Les Martyes de la Pologne, or Prussian Culture, is a 1908 Polish silent film that was about the 1901 Września student revolt. Thought to be a lost film until 2000, it was discovered in an archive in Paris, France by Professor Małgorzata Hendrykowska and Marek Hendrykowski. The film was premiered within the Russian Empire in 1908, but was quickly censored by the Tsarist authorities after its showing. However, the film continued to be shown in Italy and France with French subtitles.

How Bridget's Lover Escaped (1907)

How Bridget's Lover Escaped, also known as Le Mariage de Victoire, is a 1907 French short silent comedy film directed by Georges Méliès.

Aftershock: Beyond The Civil War (2006)

Aftershock: Beyond the Civil War is a TV documentary which premièred on The History Channel in 2006; DVD running time, 90 minutes. It was directed by David Padrusch who later directed other projects such as Journey to 10,000 BC (2008) and Last Stand of the 300 (2007) for the History Channel.

Mini Force: The Beginning (2016)

Nor chor (2002)

Pa Happy She Ta Yer (2015)

Louis Theroux: America's Most Dangerous Pets (2011)

The Rotten Fruit (2003)

The Rotten Fruit is an animated television series created by Noah Belson and Eli Roth. The show was about a rock and roll band consisting of violent, sociopathic pieces of fruit. The tagline was "They drink. They shag. They rock. They're fruit." Roth, the co-creator of the series went on to a successful career in film directing with such films as Cabin Fever and Hostel.

Captain Valedor (2006)

Captain Valedor is a 2006 American short film produced in and around New York. Taking place in the 1950s, it draws elements from both Douglas Sirk-era melodrama as well as Flash Gordon-like action serials.

Sem nevest efreytora Zbrueva (1970)

Burden (2009)

Girls Beware (1961)

The Road I Travel with You (1936)

Metal and Melancholy (1994)

Man of the House (1936)

It's the Girl in the Red Truck, Charlie Brown (1988)

It's the Girl in the Red Truck, Charlie Brown is the 32nd prime-time animated TV special based upon the popular comic strip Peanuts, by Charles M. Schulz. It is a hybrid of animation and live-action footage, and features Spike instead of the core Peanuts characters. A spin-off focused on Spike's unrequited love for a young woman, it was described to being similar to Beauty and the Beast.

Operación cabaretera (1967)

Op Hop/Hop Op (1966)

The Organ Grinder (1912)

Just Peter (1972)

Lullaby Land (1933)

Lullaby Land is a Silly Symphonies animated Disney short film. It was released in 1933. The quilt from Lullaby Land inspired the garden section of the Storybook Land Canal Boats ride at Disneyland California.

The Pygmy Hunt (1938)

Sentimental Romance (1930)

Romance sentimentale is a 1930 French film directed by Grigori Aleksandrov and Sergei M. Eisenstein. The film is also known as Sentimental Romance.

The Flying Car (2002)

The Flying Car is a six-minute 2002 short film written and directed by Kevin Smith. It stars Brian O'Halloran and Jeff Anderson as the View Askewniverse characters Dante Hicks and Randal Graves, who were introduced in Clerks.

Fools of Fate (1909)

Fools of Fate is a 1909 American drama film directed by D. W. Griffith. A print of the film survives at the film archive of the Library of Congress.

Madame Mystery (1926)

Madame Mystery is a 1926 American film starring Theda Bara, Oliver Hardy, and James Finlayson, directed and co-written by Stan Laurel, and produced by Hal Roach. Footage from this film was reused in the Hal Roach two-reeler 45 Minutes From Hollywood.

Tie Xi Qu: West of the Tracks (2002)

Tie Xi Qu: West of the Tracks is a 2003 Chinese documentary film by Wang Bing. Over 9 hours long, the film consists of three parts: "Rust," "Remnants" and "Rails."

Confidence (1933)

Confidence is a 1933 Pre-Code animated short subject, produced by Walter Lantz, directed by Bill Nolan, and featuring Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. In the film, Oswald was voiced by multiple voiceactors in this short. Oswald is a farmer whose farm falls prey to the ominous influence of the Great Depression. Determined to find a solution, Oswald flies to Washington, D.C. where he meets President Franklin D. Roosevelt. It was released by Universal Pictures on July 31, 1933 and is available on The Woody Woodpecker and Friends Classic Cartoon Collection DVD box set.

The Passing of Wolf MacLean (1924)

The Passing of Wolf MacLean is a lost 1924 silent romantic western film directed by Paul Hurst and produced and starring Jack Mower.

The Coffin Maker (2014)

Magkakabaung, also known by its English title The Coffin Maker, is a 2014 Philippine drama independent film directed, written and edited by Jason Paul Laxamana. The film is known for winning the Best Asian Film at the 3rd Hanoi International Film Festival in Vietnam in November 2014. The film was also an official entry at the New Wave Category of the 40th Metro Manila Film Festival.

Serebryanye golovy (1999)

Silver Heads is a 1998 Russian science fiction film directed by Yevgeny Yufit.

Blind Melon's Letters from a Porcupine (1996)

Letters from a Porcupine is a 1996 documentary style film made up of footage from the musical career of the alternative rock band Blind Melon including music videos, interviews, live performances and home movie footage.

Free and Easy 11 (2000)

Tsuribaka Nisshi Eleven (釣りバカ日誌イレブン) is a 2000 Japanese film directed by Katsuhide Motoki.

The Solar Film (1980)

The Solar Film is a 1979 short film by Elaine and Saul Bass and produced by Michael Britton.

Dad's Dead (2002)

Dad's Dead is a seven-minute award winning film written and directed by Chris Shepherd, commissioned by animate!. It was first transmitted on Channel 4, in 2003. Mixing animation with live action, it deals with how memory works.

The Vegas Strip War (1984)

The Vegas Strip Wars is a 1984 American made-for-television drama film directed by George Englund and starred Rock Hudson, Sharon Stone, James Earl Jones and Pat Morita.

The Little Town will go to Sleep (1954)

The Little Town Will Go to Sleep is a 1954 West German comedy film directed by Hans H. König and starring Gustav Fröhlich, Jester Naefe and Helen Vita. It shares its title with a popular song of the era.

Ue o muite arukô (1962)

"Ue o Muite Arukō" is a song by Japanese crooner Kyu Sakamoto, first released in Japan in 1961. The song topped the charts in several countries, including on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1963. The song has grown to become one of the world's best-selling singles of all time, having sold over 13 million copies worldwide.

Winning Back His Love (1910)

Winning Back His Love is a 1910 silent film short directed by D. W. Griffith.

That Sweet Word: Liberty! (1972)

That Sweet Word: Liberty! is a 1973 Soviet drama film directed by Vytautas Žalakevičius. The second part of the "Latin American trilogy", of which the first film was The Whole Truth about Columbus and the final one Centaurs. It was entered into the 8th Moscow International Film Festival where it won the Golden Prize. The film was shot in Chile shortly before 1973 Chilean coup d'état. The basis for the plot is a real story: the escape from San-Carlos prison in Venezuela of three political prisoners - Guillermo García Ponce, Pompeyo Márquez and Teodoro Petkoff.

My Friend from India (1927)

My Friend from India is a 1927 silent film comedy directed by E. Mason Hopper and starring Franklin Pangborn and Elinor Fair. It was produced by DeMille Pictures and distributed by Pathé Exchange.

Real Gone Woody (1954)

Real Gone Woody is the 56th animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on September 20, 1954, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal-International.

Tom Turk and Daffy (1944)

Tom Turk and Daffy is a 1944 American animated short film in the Looney Tunes series directed by Chuck Jones and starring Daffy Duck, Porky Pig and a turkey named Tom Turk. The voices of Daffy and Porky were done by Mel Blanc, while Tom Turk was voiced by Billy Bletcher.

The Gardener (1912)

The Gardener is a 1912 Swedish silent drama film directed by Victor Sjöström. It is mostly known for being the first film to ever be banned by the Swedish censor system. It was long thought to have been lost, but in 1979 a copy was found in an archive in the United States.