Lola, the Coalgirl (1952)

Lola the Coalgirl (Spanish: Lola, la piconera) is a 1952 Spanish historical musical film directed by Luis Lucia and starring Juanita Reina, Virgilio Teixeira and Manuel Luna. It was part of a series of patriotic historical films produced by CIFESA, Spain's biggest film company of the era. Other examples include Madness for Love (1948) and Agustina of Aragon. The film's sets were designed by the German-born art director Sigfrido Burmann. Shooting began in June 1950, with filming at a Madrid studio and on location in Cadiz. On release the film was a moderate hit, but because of its large budget it had not returned all of its cost several years later.

Nabucco (1985)

A Fan (1968)

The Black Cat (1966)

My Green Fedora (1935)

My Green Fedora is a 1935 Merrie Melodies animated short film short directed by Friz Freleng, produced by Leon Schlesinger and animated by Chuck Jones and Robert Clampett. The film was released in the United States on May 4, 1935. It features a song, "I'm Wearin' My Green Fedora," written by songwriters, Al Sherman, Al Lewis, and Joseph Meyer specially for this short.

The Complete History of America (abridged) (2005)

Mr. Pecksniff Fetches the Doctor (1904)

Ladius (1987)

A Dog's Love (1914)

A Dog's Love is a 1914 American short silent fantasy film with subtitles, directed by Jack Harvey on his directorial debut. It stars Shep the Dog, Helen Badgley, and Arthur Bauer. The film is about a dog who loses his best friend, when a young girl is killed in an automobile accident, and focuses on his emotions in dealing with his loss. Well-received because of its "universally appealing" theme, the dog's emotions were reported as surpassing the child's histrionics. The film was shot on one reel by the Thanhouser Company, 1,007 feet (307 m) in total. It was shot in standard 35mm and a spherical 1.37:1 format. It was distributed by the Mutual Film Corporation upon release. Kitty Kelly of The Chicago Tribune called it a "miniature masterpiece." Copies of the film are in the Museum of Modern Art of New York City and the National Film, Television and Sound Archive of Ottawa film archive.

Battle in Hell (1989)

Dinofish (2013)

DEFCON: The Documentary (2013)

Babička je ráda (1978)

San Ferry Ann (1965)

San Ferry Ann is a 1965 British sound effect comedy. Wordlessly, with soundtrack and sound effects, it tells the story of a holiday crossing from Dover to Calais.

Three days till Christmas (2012)

Why the Anderson Children Didn't Come to Dinner (2003)

Tibor vagyok, de hódítani akarok (2006)

N.U. (1948)

N.U. (short for Nettezza urbana, Italian municipal cleansing service) is a short 1948 documentary film directed by Michelangelo Antonioni. The film examines a weekday morning of Italian janitors, captured at work on the streets of post-World War II Rome. Although undoubtedly neorealistic in its style, this documentary does foreshadow some of Antonioni's own future trademarks, such as slow-moving camera that is enamoured with alienated and deserted urban landscapes and inanimate objects of architecture, nature, etc. and seemingly less than concerned with sweepers, washers and cleaners (almost indistinguishable from bums, and sometimes behaving much in the same way). The film's narration consists of barely several phrases; musically soundtrack alternates classical-like piano improvisations with jazzy pieces. In 1948 N.U. won Antonioni Nastro d'Argento Best Documentary award. So did his L'amorosa menzogna next year.

South American George (1941)

South American George is a 1941 British, black-and-white, comedy film, directed by Marcel Varnel and starring George Formby in a dual role, Linden Travers, Enid Stamp-Taylor, Felix Aylmer, Ronald Shiner as Swifty, Mavis Villiers and Herbert Lomas. It was produced by Columbia (British) Productions.

The Escape (2010)

Teacher's Pest (1939)

Stormy Night (2003)

Zone Reptile (2002)

Liang shang jun zi (1983)

Shaun Majumder, Every Word Is Absolutely True (2012)

For Better or for Worse (1993)

For Better or For Worse is a 1993 American documentary film produced by David Collier. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

Betty Boop's Big Boss (1933)

Betty Boop's Big Boss is a 1933 Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop. It is now public domain.

The Village Smitty (1931)

Who's Who in the Zoo (1942)

Who's Who in the Zoo is a 1942 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Looney Tunes series. It was directed by Norman McCabe, story by Melvin Millar, musical direction by Carl Stalling.

Too Weak to Work (1943)

Ration Fer the Duration (1943)

Red Roses (1940)

Red Roses (Italian: Rose scarlatte) is a 1940 Italian comedy film directed by Vittorio De Sica and Giuseppe Amato. It was De Sica's first film as a director. De Sica had previously appeared in a 1936 production of the stage play by Aldo De Benedetti on which it was based.

Nanacha Wily Child (2005)

SSDD: Same Shit Different Day (2010)

Puttin on the Act (1940)

Wendell Scott: A Race Story (2011)

Yankee Doodle Donkey (1944)

Bye Bye Barcelona (2014)

The Worldly Madonna (1922)

The Worldly Madonna is a 1922 American drama silent film directed by Harry Garson and starring Clara Kimball Young (in her last film from Equity) and William P. Carleton.

How to Train a Dog (1936)

How to Train a Dog is a 1936 short film released through MGM Studios starring Robert Benchley. The short film demonstrates how not to train a dog, following Benchley's character getting the dog from a pet store.

Pudhiya Boomi (1968)

Swing Your Partner (1943)

Man and Woman Behind the Fusuma Screen: Enduring Skin (1974)

About Animal And People (2008)

Das Spukhaus (2003)

10.000 Nights Nowhere (2013)

The Adorable Cheat (1928)

The Adorable Cheat is a 1928 silent film starring Lila Lee and distributed by an independent film company, Chesterfield Motion Pictures. It was directed by Burton L. King with a copy being long held by The Library of Congress.

Bells of Atlantis (1952)

Fatih (2012)

City World (2012)

4:13 do Katowic (2011)

I Yam Love Sick (1938)

Ain't We Got Fun (1937)

Ain't We Got Fun is a 1937 Merrie Melodies cartoon short, directed by Tex Avery and based on the popular song of that name.

Sally Sargent (1968)

The Process (2016)

An insightful and respectful journey, into the lives of those directly affected by the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the people on the ground; Within the bubble of the beachfronts of Tel Aviv, life continues undisturbed.

Kung Fu Panda (2014)

The adventures of Po and the Furious Five in the Valley of Peace.

Funny Face (1971)

A naive young woman from downstate Illinois experiences big city life for the first time as a student at the University of California at Los Angeles.

Busted Everywhere (1999)

Revealing moments include a skinny-dipper caught in someone else's pool and a carpet cleaner storing stolen liquor bottles in his steam cleaner.

The Panel (2017)

From the Hisense Arena in Melbourne, Australia.

Titulares y más (2005)

Este programa variado que otorga la más reciente información sobre lo que sucede en el mundo del deporte y otras áreas, con las noticias sobre los últimos resultados en los diferentes juegos y los enfrentamientos de las diferentes disciplinas, al igual que informa sobre las noticias deportivas, fuera del campo de juego o del cuadrilátero. Los invitados al programa incluyen a famosos del mundo del espectáculo, de la farándula y a estrellas del deporte también; de forma casual ellos son entrevistados. Entre algunos de los personajes que han pasado por el programa se encuentran, Carlos Ponce, Catherine Siachoque, Adriana Barraza, Fabiola Campomanes ; los deportistas Adrián Fernández, Helio Castroneves, Cuauhtémoc Blanco, Jorge Campos, Antonio Margarito, Oscar de la Hoya; las estrellas de la NFL, Fuad Reveiz y Ronaldo Cantu.

The Assistant (2012)

High-maintenance boss Abby (Abby Elliott, Saturday Night Live) finally finds her perfect assistant — laidback underachiever Abye (also Abby Elliott).

Thingstarter (2013)

Thingstarter is a series of parody Kickstarter videos where budding entrepreneurs make fundraising appeals for wildly misguided projects.

Deception (2016)

Foreign Exchange (2004)

Brett Miller and his family live underneath their restaurant, only to find a rock that opens a portal into the basement level of O'Keefes College, an Irish boarding school. There he unexpectedly bumps into Hannah O'Flaherty, a student from Galway, who is delighted to learn that when she turns a similar rock on her side of the portal, she can escape the grey and winter of Ireland to the sun and summer of Australia.

Cheating Death (2004)

A journey into the world of drugs, gangs and guns.

FLW Outdoors (2005)

Competitive fishing series that attracts the world's top bass anglers.

Face the Family (2006)

Couples live with their in-laws for five days.

First Person with Maria Shriver (1991)

Caryl & Marilyn: Real Friends (1996)

Caryl & Marilyn: Real Friends is an hour-long daytime talk/variety show which ran on ABC from June 10, 1996 to May 30, 1997. The series was produced by Viacom Productions.

Kudlow & Company (2005)

Hosted by Larry Kudlow, this weekday series features business, politics and investing news and commentary. Larry hosts discussions and debates on politics, the stock market and business. Featured guests regularly include top White House or Congressional officials and business leaders.

Offshore Adventures (2002)

Hosted by boat owners Chris and Melissa Fischer, and featuring skipper Captain Brett McBride and gourmet chef David Olson, the team visits exotic destinations, fishes, freedives and explores the cities and towns they visit. Shot documentary-style, this travel show follows the four person team on a 72-foot fishing yacht. Episodes feature gourmet meals using the day's catch in the "Gourmet Galley" cooking segment.

Jami Floyd: Best Defense (2006)

Former defense attorney Jami Floyd anchors this weekday show covering ongoing trials and topics pertaining to the justice system.

Catalog This! (2004)

Feuding housemates have two hours to furnish their home from a catalog.

Traffik (1989)

Traffik is a 1989 British television serial about the illegal drugs trade. Its three stories are interwoven, with arcs told from the perspectives of Afghan and Pakistani growers, dealers and manufacturers, German dealers, and British users. It was nominated for six BAFTA Awards, winning three. It also won an International Emmy Award for best drama.

MTV Album Launch (2002)

Tribal (2019)

To Serve Them All My Days (1980)

To Serve Them All My Days is a British television drama series, adapted by Andrew Davies from R. F. Delderfield's 1972 novel To Serve Them All My Days. It was first broadcast by the BBC over 13 episodes in 1980 and 1981. It was broadcast in Australia in 1981 by the Australian Broadcasting Commission, and in 1982 by PBS in the United States as part of their Masterpiece Theatre anthology series.

Long Ago and Far Away (1989)

Long Ago and Far Away is a television series that aired on PBS Television from January 28, 1989 to December 5, 1992. It was created by WGBH, a public television broadcast service located in Boston, Massachusetts. WGBH is a member of PBS, which allowed for the series to be viewed on various other PBS stations.

Secrets of the Sequence (2002)

The advancements in genetic research and life sciences.

Tony Orlando and Dawn (1974)

Tony Orlando and Dawn is an American pop music group that was popular in the 1970s. Their signature hits include "Candida", "Knock Three Times", "Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round the Ole Oak Tree", "Say, Has Anybody Seen My Sweet Gypsy Rose", and "He Don't Love You ".

Top Cops (1990)

Top Cops is a documentary program broadcast in the United States on the CBS television network from 1990 to 1993. Reruns aired on the USA Network in 1996.

Diagnosis: Unknown (2002)

Health crises.

The Art of the Deal (2016)

Three strangers kidnap a politically connected billionaire with a minimum wage increase as ransom.

Wartime Portraits (2014)

This visually inventive series discusses some of the unsung heroes of World War II.

The Killer Inside (2014)

Arctic Secrets (2016)

A journey into the unforgiving Arctic zone, including the Mackenzie Delta and Nunavik, where the local Inuit tribes wait for the summer.

Live from Studio B (2000)

Contemporary Christian music.

The Graduates NYC (2016)

Aspiring artitsts, moguls and executives pursue their passion in competitive industries.

Sounds of the Underground (2014)

A documentary about the lives and experiences of four groups of subway performers, revealing how these artists are perceived by society.

Behind Enemy Lines (2001)

This documentary reveals many of the recklessly dangerous schemes undertaken by the CIA.

Twirl Life (2016)

A team of young baton twirlers heads to the Texas state championship.

Thuis (1995)

Thuis is a Belgian television soap opera, which airs on één, which is in the hands of VRT, the national broadcasting channel of the Dutch-speaking region of Belgium.

The Tube: Going Underground (2016)

Follows the work of the employees who keep London's underground train service running smoothly.

First Class (2002)

Behind the velvet rope for a look at the most exclusive destinations in town including hidden gems and ultimate indulgences.

Inside the Ring (2000)

Attack and Defend (2015)

From indisputable apex predators to unassuming-but-lethal prey, watch nature's daily war unfold.

Africa's Hidden Kingdoms (2015)

Various ecosystems and habitats in Africa.

Women on the Breadfruit Tree (2015)

Three best friends who would do anything for one another put their commitment to the test as they help one another navigate their respective romances.

Tainted Dreams (2016)

Tainted Dreams is a soap opera web series that premiered on YouTube on December 30, 2013. Created by Sonia Blangiardo, it is a "soap-within-a-soap" which follows the backstage drama of the fictional soap opera Painted Dreams.

10 Minute Solution: Pilates for Beginners (2010)

Five Pilates workouts that are just ten minutes apiece.