Say Hello To Yesterday (1971)
Say Hello to Yesterday is a 1970 British drama film directed by the Canadian born Alvin Rakoff, on whose original story the film is based. Starring Jean Simmons and Leonard Whiting, it is ' a fast moving account of ten hours in the life of a suburban housewife' and was made at Twickenham Studios and on location in London and Hampshire.
Sweet Liberty (1986)
Sweet Liberty (1986) is an American comedy film written and directed by Alan Alda, and starring Alda in the lead role, alongside Michael Caine and Michelle Pfeiffer, with support from Bob Hoskins, Lois Chiles, Lise Hilboldt, Lillian Gish, and Larry Shue. It was the next-to-last film for Gish, whose first appearance on screen came in 1912.
Penny Princess (1952)
Penny Princess is a 1952 British Technicolor comedy written and directed by Val Guest for his own production company, Conquest Productions. The film stars his future wife Yolande Donlan, who was Guest's production company partner, and features Reginald Beckwith, the other partner in Conquest Productions. Dirk Bogarde plays the leading man.
Penny Princess was filmed in Catalonia, the first British production to be filmed in Spain.
We Must Have Music (1942)
A history of movie music with Judy Garland and others.
The Postcard Bandit (2003)
The Postcard Bandit is a 2003 Australian television film directed by Tony Tilse, loosely based on the life of a convicted bank robber Brenden James Abbott. The plot is based on the biographical book No Fixed Address by newspaperman Derek Pedley, who also assisted screenwriter Peter Gawler.
Great Day in the Morning (1956)
Great Day in the Morning is a Technicolor Superscope 1956 film. It was directed by Jacques Tourneur and stars Robert Stack and Virginia Mayo in a story set in 1860s Denver.
Sex Appeal (1986)
A would-be swinger (Louie Bonanno) leaves New Jersey for Manhattan, guided by a book on how to meet women.
Shooting Elizabeth (1992)
Before a man (Jeff Goldblum) can kill his nagging wife (Mimi Rogers) as planned, she disappears and he's charged with murder.
The Sleeping Car (1990)
A student journalist (David Naughton) rents a railroad car haunted by what happened in it 10 years before.
Sherlock Holmes And The Leading Lady (1991)
Sherlock Holmes and the Leading Lady and its sequel, Incident at Victoria Falls (1992), were a pair of two TV films made in 1991 under the banner Sherlock Holmes the Golden Years. Harry Alan Towers was executive producer and Bob Shayne was the writer, on both.
Sherlock Holmes: Incident at Victoria Falls (1992)
Incident at Victoria Falls is the 1992 sequel to Sherlock Holmes and the Leading Lady, and the second and final film in the proposed series of television films Sherlock Holmes the Golden Years written by Bob Shayne. It starred Christopher Lee and Patrick Macnee as Holmes and Watson in old age.
Operation Valkyrie (2004)
Stauffenberg is a 2004 Germano–Austrian TV film by Das Erste, about Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg and the 20 July 1944 plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler. The film was first broadcast on 25 February 2004 on German TV (ARD).
Scorcher is a 2002 science fiction disaster film directed by James Seale and starring Mark Dacascos, John Rhys-Davies, Jeffrey Johnson, Tamara Davies, Mark Rolston and Rutger Hauer. It was first released in the United States in 2002. It concerns a group of scientists who discover, after a disastrous nuclear accident, that the Earth's tectonic plates are shifting and creating immense pressure that will destroy the Earth in a fiery global eruption, and it is up to a few top scientists to find a way to stop it.
The Sender (1982)
The Sender is a 1982 horror film directed by Roger Christian and written by Thomas Baum.
Screwballs is a 1983 Canadian teen sex comedy film.
It was inspired by the success of Porky's.
Sweethearts is a 1997 American independent film starring Janeane Garofalo and Mitch Rouse and written and directed by Aleks Horvat. The supporting cast features Margaret Cho and Bobcat Goldthwait as well as a cameo appearance by singer/guitarist Stephen Malkmus of the band Pavement.
States of Grace (2005)
States of Grace (also known as God's Army 2: States of Grace) is a 2005 drama film by Richard Dutcher which tells the story of two Mormon missionaries in Santa Monica, California. While it features none of the original main characters from God's Army, it is set in the same location and has some of the original secondary characters.
Silent Night, Deadly Night 3: Better Watch Out! (1989)
Silent Night, Deadly Night III: Better Watch Out! is a 1989 American slasher film written and directed by Monte Hellman. A direct-to-video release, the film is the second sequel to the 1984 film Silent Night, Deadly Night and centers around the Christmas-obsessed killer Ricky Caldwell awakening from a coma and stalking a blind teenager with psychic powers, while she travels to her grandmother's house for the Christmas holiday with her brother and his girlfriend. The third entry in the Silent Night, Deadly Night franchise, it was the last to follow the storyline set by the previous two films, the next two sequels being standalone entries.
Stepfather II (1989)
Stepfather II also known as Stepfather 2: Make Room for Daddy, is a 1989 psychological horror - thriller film directed by Jeff Burr from a screenplay written by John Auerbach. It is the sequel to the first Stepfather (1987) and stars Terry O'Quinn as the title character. The cast includes Meg Foster, Caroline Williams and Jonathan Brandis.
Satte Pe Satta (1982)
Satte Pe Satta is a 1982 Hindi action comedy film. It featured Amitabh Bachchan, Hema Malini, Amjad Khan, Ranjeeta Kaur, Sachin, Shakti Kapoor, Paintal, Sudhir, Inderjeet, Sarika, Kanwaljit Singh, Prema Narayan, Mac Mohan and Kalpana Iyer amongst others. The film is an adaptation of the American musical film Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. The film was remade in Kannada as Jaggu and in Marathi as Amhi Satpute. #7 at Box Office collection list of 1982.
Saturday The 14th (1981)
Saturday the 14th is a 1981 American horror comedy film starring real-life husband and wife Paula Prentiss and Richard Benjamin, co-written and directed by Howard R. Cohen and produced by Julie Corman.
A spoof of classic horror movies, it was followed by Saturday the 14th Strikes Back in 1988.
Seizure is a 1974 horror-thriller film. It is the directorial debut of Oliver Stone, who also co-wrote the screenplay.
Scandalous John (1971)
Scandalous John is a 1971 American comedy-drama film directed by Robert Butler and produced by Walt Disney Productions. It stars Brian Keith and Alfonso Arau. The music was scored by Rod McKuen.
Susannah of the Mounties (1939)
Susannah of the Mounties is a 1939 American drama film directed by Walter Lang and William A. Seiter and starring Shirley Temple, Randolph Scott, and Margaret Lockwood. Based on the 1936 novel Susannah of the Mounties by Muriel Denison, the film is about an orphaned survivor of an Indian attack in the Canadian West who is taken in by a Mountie and his girlfriend. Following additional Indian attacks, the Mountie is saved from the stake by the young girl's intervention with the Indian chief.
The plot differs significantly from the book in that it is set twenty years earlier at a much smaller Mounted Police fort and Susannah's parents are dead rather than in India.
Strangers in Good Company (1990)
The Company of Strangers (US release title: Strangers in Good Company; French title: Le Fabuleux gang des sept) is a Canadian film, released in 1990. It was directed by Cynthia Scott, and written by Scott, Sally Bochner, David Wilson and Gloria Demers. The film depicts eight women on a bus tour, who are stranded at an isolated cottage when the bus breaks down.
Created in a genre defined as docufiction, semi-documentary/semi-fiction, the film is not tightly scripted. The writers wrote a basic story outline but allowed the eight women to improvise their dialogue. Each of the women, all but one of whom were senior citizens, told stories from her own life. A major theme of the film is how the elderly women each face aging and mortality in their own way, and find the courage together to persevere.
At various points throughout the film, a montage of photos from each woman's life is shown.
The women are:
Alice Diabo, 74, a Mohawk elder from Kahnawake, Quebec,
Constance Garneau, 88, born in the United States and brought to Quebec by her family as a child,
Winifred Holden, 76, an Englishwoman who moved to Montreal after World War II,
Cissy Meddings, 76, who was born in England and moved to Canada in 1981,
Mary Meigs, 74, a noted feminist writer and painter,
Catherine Roche, 68, a Roman Catholic nun,
Michelle Sweeney, 27, a jazz singer and the bus trip's tour guide,
Beth Webber, 80, who was born in England and moved to Montreal in 1930.Meigs published a book about her experiences making the film, In the Company of Strangers, in 1991.
The Student Nurses (1970)
The Student Nurses is a 1970 American film directed by Stephanie Rothman. It was the second film from New World Pictures and the first in the popular "nurses" cycle of exploitation movies. It has since become a cult film.
Sweet Sugar (1973)
Sweet Sugar is a 1972 blaxploitation women in prison film about a woman sentenced to work on a chain gang.
An ancient evil has reawakened and is rapidly infecting the unassuming town of Harborford, Washington. Every six hours it feeds on a new victim before it has to find a new host. Everyone can see what it does, but no one knows what it is. To stop it, they'll have to find it...but with nowhere left to run and no place left to turn, the destruction of the SCOURGE is in the hands of the notorious town bad boy.
The Story on Page One (1959)
The Story on Page One is a 1959 American drama film written and directed by Clifford Odets, and starring Rita Hayworth, Anthony Franciosa, and Gig Young. Shot in CinemaScope, the film was distributed by 20th Century Fox.
Save Me (1994)
An honest stock-trader is seduced by a mysterious young woman into an erotic adventure beyond his wildest fantasies, until someone tries to kill him.
Scenes From The Goldmine (1987)
Singer-songwriter Debi DiAngelo (Catherine Mary Stewart) struggles for a foothold in the music business despite the disapproval of her emotionally distant father (Alex Rocco). A musical partnership with cocky, self-destructive new-waver Niles Dresden (Cameron Dye) blossoms into a full-fledged love affair, but Debi's needs for fuller musical and personal self-expression soon begin to chafe against Niles' dictatorial treatment of his bandmates, including presenting Debi's songs as his own.
Riding Shotgun (1954)
Riding Shotgun is a 1954 western film directed by Andre DeToth, starring Randolph Scott, Wayne Morris and Joan Weldon. the film was based on the 1942 short story Riding Solo by Kenneth Taylor Perkins.
Raven's End (1963)
Raven's End (Swedish: Kvarteret Korpen) is a 1963 Swedish drama film directed by Bo Widerberg, about an aspiring working-class writer in Malmö. The story bears some similarities to Widerberg's own background, although he claimed it to be entirely fictional.