White Tiger (1923)
White Tiger is a 1923 American crime film directed by Tod Browning starring Priscilla Dean and featuring Wallace Beery in a supporting role.
Carnival of the Animals (1976)
Bugs and Daffy's Carnival of the Animals (originally aired as Carnival of the Animals) is a combination animation/live action television special, starring Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck, and directed by Chuck Jones. Premiering on CBS on November 22, 1976, and consisting entirely of new animation, this prime time TV special represented Bugs Bunny and company's first foray into prime time television since the early 1960s. Carnival of the Animals was purposely cast in the successful mold of Jones' own earlier musical cartoons – Rabbit of Seville, Long-Haired Hare and Baton Bunny – and set the familiar showbiz rivalry between Bugs and Daffy against the orchestral backdrop of musician Michael Tilson Thomas, in a performance based on the music of Camille Saint-Saëns and the poetry of Ogden Nash.
Wonder Woman (2013)
This Thing Called Love (1991)
Hou sheng (1975)
Koo tae patihan (2003)
Curtain Call (2014)
The Big City (1928)
The Big City is a 1928 American silent crime film directed by Tod Browning and starring Lon Chaney. The film is now lost. The last known print of the film had been sent to Australia in the late 1950s. The film was returned to MGM and placed in their vaults where it was destroyed in the same vault fire that also claimed London After Midnight in 1965. A short trailer for the film survives at Cinémathèque française in France, but it does not include any footage from the film. This was Betty Compson's only film at MGM.
Outlaw Justice (1932)
Blithe Spirit (1956)
O Cangaceiro (lit. "The Cangaceiro"; also known as The Bandit and The Bandits) is a 1953 Brazilian action drama film directed by Lima Barreto. After some reluctance by its studio Vera Cruz, Barreto shot it in 1952. After its release it was national and international success, and won several film awards, including at the Cannes Film Festival. It was poorly received in retrospect despite being praised by the time of its release and started a subgenre in Brazilian cinema.
End of the Trail (1936)
End of the Trail is a 1936 American western film directed by Erle C. Kenton and starring Jack Holt, Louise Henry and Douglass Dumbrille.
Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch (1919)
Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch is a 1919 silent American comedy-drama film produced by Famous Players-Lasky Corporation and distributed through Paramount Pictures. Directed by Hugh Ford, the film stars Marguerite Clark and is based on the 1904 Broadway play by Anne Crawford Flexner which itself is taken from the novel of the same name by Alice Hegan Rice.
The picture survives and is preserved at the Library of Congress, one of Clark's few surviving silent films.
Teen Lust (1979)
Teen Lust (also known as The Girls Next Door and Mom Never Told Me in the United States, and released as Police Girls Academy in the United Kingdom) is a 1979 American sexploitation comedy film directed by actor James Hong.
The Cheat (1923)
The Cheat is a 1923 American silent drama film produced by Famous Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures, and is a remake of Cecil B. DeMille's 1915 hit feature using the same script by Hector Turnbull and Jeanie MacPherson. This version stars Pola Negri and was directed by George Fitzmaurice.
Love Fever (1931)
The Dead Zone (2002)
Smilin' Through (1922)
Smilin' Through is a 1922 American silent drama film based on the 1919 play of the same name, written by Jane Cowl and Jane Murfin (together under the pseudonym Alan Langdon Martin). The film starred Norma Talmadge, Harrison Ford, and Wyndham Standing. It was co-written and directed by Sidney Franklin, who also directed the more famous 1932 remake at MGM. The film was produced by Talmadge and her husband Joseph M. Schenck for her company, the Norma Talmadge Film Corporation. It was released by First National Pictures. Popular character actor Gene Lockhart made his screen debut in this film.The story is essentially the same as the popular Jane Cowl play, with Talmadge in the dual role of Kathleen and Moonyean. Kathleen, a young Irish woman, is in love with Kenneth Wayne but is prevented from marrying him by her guardian John Carteret. John is haunted by memories of his thwarted love for Kathleen's aunt, Moonyean.
The story was an especially popular one and was filmed twice more by MGM: in 1932 with Norma Shearer and 1941 with Jeanette MacDonald.
Wanderer of the Wasteland (1924)
Wanderer of the Wasteland is a 1924 American color silent Western film directed by Irvin Willat and starring Jack Holt, Noah Beery, and Billie Dove. It was the third feature film to be photographed entirely in Technicolor.
A-Haunting We Will Go (1966)
A-Haunting We Will Go is a 1966 theatrical Looney Tunes cartoon that was directed by Robert McKimson. As with the other Witch Hazel cartoons, June Foray voices Witch Hazel while Mel Blanc voices Speedy Gonzales, Daffy Duck, and Daffy's nephew.
This is the last Looney Tunes cartoon featuring Witch Hazel, as well as the last Looney Tunes cartoon with June Foray's voice acting in the Golden Age. However, she would reprise her role as Witch Hazel once again in an episode of the 2003 Duck Dodgers series.
The Road to Ruin (1928)
The Road to Ruin is a 1928 silent black-and-white exploitation film directed by Norton S. Parker and starring Helen Foster. The film is about a teenage girl, Sally Canfield, whose life is ruined by sex and drugs. The film was the second highest grossing movie of 1928 and was remade as a talkie in 1934.
Coffee Shop (2008)
Mr. Right (2013)
Kiss Me Again (1925)
Kiss Me Again is a 1925 American silent romantic comedy film directed by Ernst Lubitsch. It stars Marie Prevost, Monte Blue, and Clara Bow. The film was based on the French play Divorçons! (1880), by Victorien Sardou and Émile de Najac, and the adapted version of the play Cyprienne.
Saturday's Warrior (1989)
Saturday's Warrior is a Mormon-themed musical written by Douglas Stewart and Lex de Azevedo. The musical tells the story of a group of children that are born into a Mormon family after making various promises in the premortal life. Two of the children, Jimmy and Julie, encounter personal struggles that help them rediscover and fulfill their foreordained missions in life. Although an explicit time frame is not given in the dialogue, certain contextual clues (in particular, a song that references the Zero population growth movement) suggest that the story takes place in the late 1960s or early 1970s. The musical explores the Mormon doctrines of premortal life, foreordination, and eternal marriage. It depicts abortion and birth control as being contrary to the divine plan of salvation.
Saturday's Warrior was first performed in California in 1973 as a college project. In 1989, Bob Williams made a video version of the musical, setting it on a stage as opposed to giving the movie a more naturalistic look. It is among the first popular LDS films to not be made or sponsored by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints or Brigham Young University. A sequel, The White Star, debuted in 2007.
The Story of Tosca (1941)
Tosca is a 1941 Italian historical drama film directed by Carl Koch and Jean Renoir and starring Imperio Argentina, Michel Simon and Rossano Brazzi. It is an adaptation of Victorien Sardou's play La Tosca and its subsequent opera version, Tosca, composed by Giacomo Puccini to a libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa. It was released in the United States as The Story of Tosca.It was shot at the Scalera Studios in Rome with location shooting also taking place around the city. The film's sets were designed by the art director Gustav Abel.Jean Renoir was originally hired as the film's director, and was encouraged to make the film by the French government as part of an effort to encourage Italy to remain neutral in the Second World War. However, he left Rome following Italy's entry into the war and the film was completed by the German director Carl Koch.In 1943 it was released in Spain (where Imperio Argentina was a major star) by the film studio Cifesa.
What's Love Got to Do with It? (2002)
Monsoon is a 1952 American drama film directed by Rod Amateau and written by Leo Townsend and Forrest Judd, David Robinson and Leonardo Bercovici. The film stars Ursula Thiess, Diana Douglas, George Nader, Ellen Corby, Philip Stainton, Myron Healey and Eric Pohlmann. The film was released on December 14, 1952, by United Artists.
Two Women (2010)
Duas Mulheres is a 2009 Portuguese drama film directed by João Mário Grilo.
Comedian Harmonists (1976)
Women Without Men (1955)
Women Without Men is a 1956 British crime drama film directed by Elmo Williams and Herbert Glazer and starring Beverly Michaels, Joan Rice and Hermione Baddeley. Three woman break out of prison together, for varying personal reasons.
For U.S. release the film was retitled Blonde Bait and reedited with new scenes (with additional American actors - e.g. Jim Davis replacing Paul Carpenter as Nick) and notable differences between the plots. Other new actors were Richard Travis, and Paul Cavanagh.
La disubbidienza (Disobedience) is a 1981 Italian drama film directed by Aldo Lado. It is based on the novel with the same name written by Alberto Moravia.
The Bridge (1929)
Family Portrait (2009)
The Pit and the Pendulum (1913)
The Pit and the Pendulum is a three-reel film adapted from the Edgar Allan Poe short story of the same name, directed, and produced by pioneering French filmmaker Alice Guy-Blaché through her American company Solax Studios in 1913.
Point Blank (2014)
That's Life (2010)
The Monsters (2011)
The Body Snatcher (1957)
Ladrón de Cadáveres (known in the United States as The Body Snatchers or The Body Snatcher), is a 1956 Mexican horror film directed by Fernando Mendez.
Love Letters (1970)
The Sign of the Cross (1914)
The Sign of the Cross is a 1914 American drama silent film directed by Frederick A. Thomson and written by Wilson Barrett. The film stars William Farnum, Rosina Henley, Sheridan Block, Morgan Thorpe, Ethel Grey Terry, Lila Barclay and George Majeroni. The film was released on December 21, 1914, by Paramount Pictures.
Lady Windermere's Fan (1916)
Lady Windermere's Fan is a 1916 British silent comedy film directed by Fred Paul and starring Milton Rosmer, Netta Westcott and Nigel Playfair. It was the first film adaptation of Oscar Wilde's 1892 play Lady Windermere's Fan. A print of the film still exists and it has been released on DVD by the British Film Institute.
Office Space (1991)
Miles Away (2009)
Gang War in Naples (1972)
Camorra, internationally released as Gang War in Naples, is a 1972 Italian crime-drama film written and directed by Pasquale Squitieri.
Los peces fuera del agua (1969)
Happily Ever After (2012)
Love Me Not (2006)
Love Me Not (Hangul: 사랑따윈 필요없어; RR: Sarang ddawin piryo eopseo; literally "Love and Such Is Not Necessary") is a 2006 South Korean romance film directed by Lee Cheol-ha and starring Moon Geun-young and Kim Joo-hyuk.
It is based on the 2002 TBS Japanese drama I Don't Need Love, Summer (愛なんていらねえよ、夏, Ai Nante Irane Yo, Natsu), starring Ryōko Hirosue. The 2013 South Korean television series That Winter, the Wind Blows is also based on the same storyline.
Denti (Teeth) is a 2000 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Gabriele Salvatores. It is based on the novel with the same name written by Domenico Starnone.
It entered the competition at the 57th Venice International Film Festival.
Let's Get Lost (1997)
Let's Get Lost is a 1997 Danish film written and directed by Jonas Elmer and produced by Per Holst. The film is a improvisational slice-of-life comedy shot in black and white. Elmer's script was only an outline which required the actors to improvise their roles and dialogue.Sidse Babett Knudsen made her film debut in the lead role of the character, Julie. Knudsen said she was not very good at improvisation and accepted the part only because she thought it would be a lightweight summer comedy. The film became a breakout hit in Denmark and Knudsen received both the Robert Award and the Bodil Award for Best Actress. Critics called Knudsen's performance dominating. Film critic Kim Skotte of Politiken wrote that Knudsen had hit a new tone with a "special ability to capture the modern woman's uncertainty and strength."The film earned the 1998 Bodil Award for Best Danish Film and shared the Robert Award for Best Danish Film with Barbara.
On the Edge (1949)
Jonathan is a 1970 West German horror film directed by Hans W. Geißendörfer. The film stars Jürgen Jung, Hans-Dieter Jendreyko and Paul Albert Krumm. The film takes place in the 16th century where vampires who are immune to sunlight have taken over the world. Human rebels band together for a battle of life and the control of the civilization.
The Outlaws (1958)
Oi paranomoi (Greek: Οι παράνομοι) is a 1958 Greek drama film directed by Nikos Koundouros. It was entered into the 8th Berlin International Film Festival.
Smoked Hams (1947)
Smoked Hams is the 21st animated cartoon short subject in the Woody Woodpecker series. Released theatrically on April 28, 1947, the film was produced by Walter Lantz Productions and distributed by Universal Pictures.
Yasak ask (1961)
Yasak Aşk is a 1961 Turkish romantic drama film, directed by Halit Refiğ and starring Nilüfer Aydan, Efgan Efekan, and Cahit Irgat.
All's Fair at the Fair (1938)
All's Fair at the Fair is a seven-minute cartoon released in 1938. A Color Classic produced by Max Fleischer, it was distributed by Paramount.
Shoot Joe, and Shoot Again (1971)
Joe Dakota (also known as Spara Joe... e così sia!) is a 1972 Spaghetti Western film directed by Emilio Miraglia.
Under Texas Skies (1930)
Under Texas Skies is a 1930 American film directed by J.P. McGowan.
The System (1979)
The Pledge (1981)
Divinas palabras (1987)
Divinas palabras (English: Divine Words) is a 1987 Spanish film directed by José Luis García Sánchez. It stars Ana Belén, Francisco Rabal and Imanol Arias. The film is based upon the play by Ramón del Valle-Inclán. A Mexican adaptation was released in 1977 starring the Mexican actress Silvia Pinal and directed by Juan Ibáñez.
Wolf! Wolf! (1934)
The Cop (2013)
Coming Soon (1982)
Coming Soon is a 1982 documentary film directed by John Landis for Universal. Landis used trailers of old Universal horror and thriller movies to create his own contribution to his favorite movie genres. The film is narrated by Jamie Lee Curtis.
Beyond Innocence (1989)
Devil in the Flesh is an Australian film adapted from the French novel Le Diable au corps. It is directed by Scott Murray who is best known for being the editor of Cinema Papers.
Murray adapted it to be set in rural Victoria during World War II.
The Way Home (2011)
Veettilekkulla Vazhi (Malayalam: വീട്ടിലേക്കുള്ള വഴി, English: The Way Home) is a 2010 Indian Malayalam adventure drama film written and directed by Dr. Biju. The film is about terrorist organizations operating in India and how they recruit young Keralites. It stars Prithviraj, Indrajith and Master Govardhan in the lead roles.
The film's world premiere took place at the 12th Mumbai Film Festival on 22 October 2010 as the opening film in the Indian Frames section. It was an official selection for 28 international film festivals. It won the award for Best Feature Film in Malayalam at the 58th National Film Awards and the NETPAC Award. It also received accolades at the Zanzibar International Film Festival and Imagine India Film Festival, Spain. The film released in theatres in Kerala on 5 August 2011.
Show Me Love (2012)
Aladdin's Lamp (1947)
Double Trouble (1915)
Double Trouble is a 1915 American silent romantic comedy film written and directed by Christy Cabanne, produced by D.W. Griffith, and starring Douglas Fairbanks in one of his earliest motion pictures. The film is based on the novel of the same name by Herbert Quick. The plot, a variant on the theme of Jekyll and Hyde, revolves around a very shy, "effeminate" banker who acquires a second, rakish and flirtatious personality after receiving a blow on the head. The film was a popular and critical success.A print of the film is held by the Cohen Media Group.
Nomad is a 1982 Hong Kong film directed by Patrick Tam. It is about the experiences of a group of youngsters who feel lost and try to find the true meaning of life. Nomad is considered as one of the representatives of the Hong Kong New Wave films.
Home is a 2011 Russian drama film directed by Oleg Pogodin.
Die Antigone des Sophokles nach der Hölderlinschen Übertragung für die Bühne bearbeitet von Brecht 1948 (Suhrkamp Verlag) (1992)
Kitty is a 1929 British drama film directed by Victor Saville and starring Estelle Brody and John Stuart. The film was adapted from the 1927 novel of the same name by Warwick Deeping and marked the third co-star billing of Brody and Stuart, who had previously proved a very popular screen pairing in Mademoiselle from Armentieres (1926) and Hindle Wakes (1927).
Kitty was initially planned and filmed as a silent, but on its original completion Saville decided to reshoot the latter part with sound. As no suitable facilities were yet available in Britain, Saville, Brody and Stuart travelled to New York to shoot the new sequences at RKO Studios. The film was released in the form of a silent which switched to sound after the half-way point.