Odia il prossimo tuo (1968)
Hate Thy Neighbor (Italian: Odia il prossimo tuo, also known as Hate Your Neighbor) is a 1968 Italian Spaghetti Western film written and directed by Ferdinando Baldi.
Magic In The Mirror (1996)
A girl (Jaime Renee Smith) finds a magic world on the other side of her grandmother's antique mirror.
The Trio (1998)
A team of traveling pickpockets comprises a 60-ish man (Gtz George), his attractive daughter (Jeanette Hain) and his male lover (Christian Redl).
Infection: The Invasion Begins (2010)
Deke Evans (Bryan Brewer) returns to his hometown after serving a sentence for murder and discovers his peaceful home is the epicenter of a plague that turns people into flesh eating monsters.
Devil's Dynamite (1987)
A fearless android battles Mary, the head of a vampire crime syndicate.
Loco Por Ellas (1966)
A man substitutes for his brother on a stage and suffers panic attacks in front of the women that can only be cured with kisses.
Way of a Gaucho (1952)
In 1875 Argentina, after killing a man, a gaucho is sentenced to harsh army duty but he deserts the army and becomes a bandit leader.
Smartest Girl in Town (1936)
After trying on an expensive fur coat during a photo shoot for a magazine, struggling model Cookie (Ann Sothern) realizes she will have to marry rich to attain the lifestyle she so desperately desires. When Cookie arrives at her next gig, on a yacht, she meets and falls hard for impoverished fellow model Smith Stuyvesant (Gene Raymond). But when Stuyvesant -- secretly a millionaire in disguise -- reciprocates Cookie's feelings, the bewildered beauty struggles to choose between love and money.
Louisa is a 1950 American comedy film directed by Alexander Hall starring Ronald Reagan, Charles Coburn, Ruth Hussey, Edmund Gwenn and Spring Byington. It was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Sound (Leslie I. Carey).
Hold 'Em Yale (1928)
Hold 'Em Yale, alternately known as At Yale, is a 1928 American silent comedy film directed by Edward H. Griffith and starring Rod La Rocque, Jeanette Loff, and Hugh Allan. It was adapted from the Owen Davis play of the same name, and executive-produced by Cecil B. DeMille.
Strike Me Pink (1936)
Strike Me Pink is a 1936 American musical comedy film, starring Eddie Cantor and Ethel Merman, directed by Norman Taurog, and produced by Samuel Goldwyn.
Cantor plays a nebbishy employee of an amusement park, forced to assert himself against a gang of slot-machine racketeers. The climax involves a wild chase over a roller coaster and in a hot-air balloon, filmed at The Pike in Long Beach, California.
This was Eddie Cantor's sixth of six films for Goldwyn, all produced and released within seven years. The story derives from the novel Dreamland by the once-popular writer Clarence Budington Kelland, reworked as a 1933 stage musical comedy by Ray Henderson for Jimmy Durante.
Mystery Ranch (1934)
Mystery Ranch is a 1934 American western film directed by Bernard B. Ray and starring Tom Tyler, Roberta Gale and Jack Perrin.
Running from the police, a thief (Mlanie Doutey) hides a valuable painting inside a man's (Kad Merad) luggage.
Virginia is a 1941 American drama film directed by Edward H. Griffith. The film stars Madeleine Carroll, Fred MacMurray, Sterling Hayden (onscreen debut), Helen Broderick and Marie Wilson.
Nice guy Adam (Joseph O'Brien) stops to help a man on the side of the road. That act of compassion turns into something surreal when the stranger asks him to kill his wife -- or he will find and kill Adam's wife.
Mean Frank and Crazy Tony (1973)
Mean Frank and Crazy Tony (Italian: Il suo nome faceva tremare...Interpol in allarme or Italian: Dio, sei prprio un padreerno!) is a 1973 crime-comedy film directed by Michele Lupo, and starring Lee Van Cleef and Edwige Fenech.
Park Avenue Logger (1937)
Park Avenue Logger is a 1937 American film directed by David Howard. The film is also known as Millionaire Playboy in the United Kingdom and Tall Timber (American reissue title).
Runway is a 2010 Bangladeshi drama film directed by Tareque Masud with his wife Catherine Masud. It was his last feature film.
Freedom Road (1979)
A former slave and soldier (Muhammad Ali) becomes a U.S. senator from South Carolina after the Civil War.
Don't know why (2010)
Dunno Y ... Na Jaane Kyon is a 2010 bilingual Indian film. It was directed by Sanjay Sharma and written by his brother Kapil Sharma who also played the lead. It premiered in April 2010 at India's first mainstream gay film festival, the Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival. It features the first gay kiss in Indian cinema between Yuvraaj Parashar and Kapil Sharma.
The Park Is Mine (1985)
Tommy Lee Jones stars as a disillusioned ex-soldier who declares his own war by bringing attention to unjust treatment of Vietnam veterans in America. An expert in jungle warfare, within hours, he manages to “take” Central Park, and proclaims - THE PARK IS MINE. A blazing action film with a score by Tangerine Dream.
Fraternity Row (1977)
Fraternity Row is a 1977 American drama film portraying life in a 1950s fraternity at a fictional college.
The Legend of Valentino (1975)
The Legend of Valentino is a 1975 American made-for-television biographical film written and directed by Melville Shavelson. It deals with real life events about the actor and sex symbol of the 1920s Rudolph Valentino.
As Good as Married (1937)
When a boss proposes marriage to his secretary, she discovers that the arrangement is solely for tax purposes.
Wake Up and Dream (1946)
Wake Up and Dream is a 1946 Technicolor film.
The film stars June Haver and John Payne, was released by 20th Century Fox, was directed by Lloyd Bacon, and written by Elick Moll, based on the novel The Enchanted Voyage by Robert Nathan.
The film features the song "Give Me the Simple Life" with music by Rube Bloom and lyrics by Harry Ruby.
Youngblood Hawke (1964)
Youngblood Hawke is a 1964 drama film directed by Delmer Daves, starring James Franciscus and Suzanne Pleshette. Herman Wouk's novel was loosely based on the life of Thomas Wolfe. This was Mary Astor's next-to-last picture.
The Phantom Planet (1961)
The Phantom Planet is a 1961 science fiction film directed by William Marshall. American International Pictures released it as a double feature with Assignment Outer Space. This was Richard Kiel's first film role.
The Prime Minister (1941)
The Prime Minister is a British film from 1941 directed by Thorold Dickinson. It details the life and times of Benjamin Disraeli, who became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and stars John Gielgud, Diana Wynyard, Fay Compton and Stephen Murray. Gielgud would later reprise his role as Disraeli in the 1975 ITV television drama Edward the Seventh.
Bulong is a 2011 Filipino horror-comedy science fiction film starring Angelica Panganiban and Vhong Navarro. The film was released by Star Cinema.
Weekend hikers stop off at a Western ghost town and stick around while someone kills them one by one.
Shannon Elizabeth stars as Nicole in a story which takes you on a wild ride through Los Angeles' urban undergrowth and into the secret lives of a lost generation of teenagers. Disenchanted with the damaged reality of life at home, these teenagers are bound together by J.B., a self-made guru. But when Nicole seduces J.B., he soon finds his life speeding out of control, from late night raves to designer drugs.
Left for Dead (2005)
Left for Dead is a 2005 British action film directed by Ross Boyask.
Brother of the Wind (1973)
Deep in the Canadian Rockies, mountain man and widower Sam Monroe (Dick Robinson) is determined to live in the wild despite warnings to the contrary. He observes the wildlife, and is particularly interested in a wolf named Jenny and her four cubs, whose father was killed by a bull elk. When he discovers that Jenny too has been killed, he decides to adopt the pups until they can be released into the wild again. The film includes footage of various wild animals, such as deer, bears and fish.
Secrets of an Actress (1938)
Secrets of an Actress is a 1938 romantic drama film about a love triangle between a stage actress, her financial backer, and his friend.
3 Ring Circus (1954)
Two ex-GIs (Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis) join a woman's (Joanne Dru) circus as assistants to a trapeze artist and lion tamer.
Anwar is a 2010 Malayalam action thriller film written and directed by Amal Neerad, starring Prithviraj in the title role. The film was released on 15 October 2010. A Tamil dubbed version of the film was released on 19 January 2011 in Tamil Nadu. The film was also dubbed into Hindi as Diler Hindustani. The film is loosely based on the 2008 American spy thriller film Traitor.
The Pagan Queen (2009)
The Pagan Queen is a 2009 historical drama film directed by German director Constantin Werner. The film combines realism with fantasy elements and is based on the legend of Libuše, the Czech tribal queen of 8th century Bohemia who envisioned the city of Prague and founded the first Czech dynasty with a farmer called Přemysl, the Ploughman.
Sky Full of Moon (1952)
Sky Full of Moon is a 1952 film directed by Norman Foster and starring Carleton Carpenter, Keenan Wynn, and Jan Sterling.
American Dragons (1998)
Two cops from different worlds team up to solve the murder of a powerful businessman.
Fatal Affair (1998)
A juror (C. Thomas Howell) learns that his former lover is the victim in a murder trial.
The View from Pompey's Head (1955)
The View from Pompey's Head is a 1955 American drama film written and directed by Philip Dunne. It is based on the 1954 novel The View from Pompey's Head by Hamilton Basso. The film stars Richard Egan, Dana Wynter, Cameron Mitchell, Sidney Blackmer, Marjorie Rambeau and Dorothy Patrick. The film was released on November 4, 1955, by 20th Century Fox.
Legion of the Damned (1969)
Battle of the Commandos (also known as Legion of the Damned) is a European Macaroni-War film directed in 1969 by Umberto Lenzi. The movie was a co-production between Italy (where it was released as La legione dei dannati), West Germany (where is known with the title Die zum Teufel gehen) and Spain (where is known as La brigada de los condenados).
High School Girl (1935)
A biology teacher helps two teenagers who have strict and neglectful parents.
Hairkutt is a 2005 documentary film by Curtis Elliott and Ben Scholle.
Roughshod (1949) is a black-and-white Western film directed by Mark Robson, starring Gloria Grahame and Robert Sterling.
Vansh is a 1992 Bollywood Hindi action drama film directed and produced by Pappu Verma. It is a remake of Mani Ratnam's 1988 Tamil film Agni Natchathiram. Film was well received at the box office and declared 'Hit' at the box office
Destiny is a 1944 American drama film noir directed by Reginald Le Borg and starring Gloria Jean, Alan Curtis and Frank Craven.
The Dude Bandit (1933)
The Dude Bandit is a 1933 American Pre-Code Western film directed by George Melford.
A young man falls into the European underworld from boarding-school rugby stardom.
Code of the Cactus (1939)
Code of the Cactus is a 1939 American film directed by Sam Newfield.
The Ultimate Wave Tahiti (2010)
Professional surfer Kelly Slater and his friends search for the best waves at the surf site Teahupo'o.
A couple (Cliff De Young, Kay Lenz) and their children use ingenuity to defend themselves against four escaped convicts.
Lightning Raiders (1945)
When his mail doesn't get delivered one day, Fuzzy Jones (Al "Fuzzy" St. John) is suspicious. He enlists the help of his friend Billy Carson (Buster Crabbe) to find out what happened. The duo discovers that the postal stagecoach has been held up by Frank Hayden (Steve Darrell) and his band of thieves, and that the criminals are in hiding. It's up to Fuzzy and Billy to stop the thieves before they make off with the stolen mail -- and with the money and secrets that it contains.
Café au lait (1993)
Métisse (also known as Café au lait) is a 1993 French film directed by Mathieu Kassovitz.
Choices is a 1986 American made-for-television drama film starring George C. Scott, Jacqueline Bisset and Melissa Gilbert, directed by David Lowell Rich. It was originally broadcast on ABC on February 17, 1986.
Excuse My Dust (1951)
Excuse My Dust is a 1951 musical comedy film starring Red Skelton. It was directed by Roy Rowland.
To Sleep So As To Dream (1986)
Detectives seek a kidnapped actress as an elderly lady watches a film she starred in as a girl.
Ladies In Love (1936)
Ladies in Love (1936) is a romantic comedy film directed by Edward H. Griffith and starring Janet Gaynor, Constance Bennett and Loretta Young. The film revolves around three roommates (Gaynor, Bennett, and Young) in exotic Budapest and their comical romantic adventures. Gaynor, Bennett, and Young were billed above the title, with Gaynor receiving top billing. The movie also featured Simone Simon, Don Ameche, Paul Lukas, and Tyrone Power.
Supporting player Simone Simon co-starred with James Stewart the following year in Seventh Heaven, a remake of the 1927 film of the same name, playing one of Janet Gaynor's greatest roles from the silent era.
Tyrone Power and Loretta Young made such an impact in this movie that they were quickly paired by the studio in several more films, including Love Is News (1937), Cafe Metropole (1937), Second Honeymoon (1937), and Suez (1938).
Constance Bennett is generally acknowledged by critics as having the best role in the film but her career went into a steep decline within a few years. Top-billed Janet Gaynor elected to leave films a couple of years later while still at her height, shortly after A Star Is Born and The Young in Heart, in order to travel with her husband, Hollywood costume designer Adrian.
Charlie Chan In Paris (1935)
The Chinese detective (Warner Oland) and his No. 1 son (Keye Luke) trap three counterfeiters working out of the sewers.
Cat Girl (1957)
A young woman inherits a family curse that turns her into a murderous feline when she is angered.
A mob fugitive may get a second chance at life when a sympathetic priest shelters him at a home for wayward youths.
The Whisperers (1967)
Elderly Mrs. Ross (Edith Evans) loses her grip on reality when she begins to hear "voices" that seem to be conspiring against her. Separated from her dishonest husband, Archie (Eric Portman), and living alone, Mrs. Ross is patiently waiting for a windfall from her late father's nonexistent estate. When her thieving son, Charlie (Ronald Fraser), stashes a large sum of stolen cash in her apartment, Mrs. Ross finds it, assuming the money is her long-awaited inheritance.
The Glory of Youth (1970)
In London, American Ted Hutchens (David Knight) is a code breaker at the U.S. embassy. One evening at the ballet, Ted meets Anna Szobek (Odile Versois), the daughter of the Soviet ambassador. Attracted to each other, Ted and Anna realize that the height of the Cold War between Russia and the West makes their position precarious, but become involved anyway. When Tim's embassy learns of his involvement with Anna, he is labeled a traitor, and the couple enacts a dangerous plan to remain together.
Loose in London (1953)
Loose in London is a 1953 comedy film starring The Bowery Boys. The film was released on May 24, 1953 by Allied Artists and is the thirtieth film in the series.
Unforgivable is a 1996 American made-for-tv drama film directed by Graeme Campbell and starring John Ritter, Harley Jane Kozak, Gina Philips, Susan Gibney and NYPD Blue co-star James McDaniel. The film premiered on April 30, 1996 on CBS.
La Domination Masculine (2009)
Filmmaker Patric Jean examines male views toward women.
The Battle of the River Plate (1956)
From the famous Powell and Pressburger team, this is a gripping drama set at sea. Ten days before the outbreak of World War II, a powerful German battleship sails around the South Atlantic destroying Allied merchant ships. Finally, the Allies learn of its location and a trap is set, pitching British intelligence against a powerful military opponent.
Up in the Air (1940)
When a murder is committed at a radio station, two friends (Frankie Darro, Mantan Moreland) set out to solve the crime.
Harriet Craig (1950)
Harriet Craig is a 1950 American drama film starring Joan Crawford. The screenplay by Anne Froelick and James Gunn was based upon the 1925 Pulitzer Prize-winning play Craig's Wife, by George Kelly. The film was directed by Vincent Sherman, produced by William Dozier, and distributed by Columbia Pictures. Harriet Craig is the second of three cinematic collaborations between Sherman and Crawford, the others being The Damned Don't Cry! (1950) and Goodbye, My Fancy (1951).
African slaves escape from their Cuban captors, hide in the mountains and forests and form thriving communities.
The Challenge (1982)
An American boxer (Scott Glenn) enters a ritual feud between two Japanese brothers (Toshir Mifune, Atsuo Nakamura) over two coveted samurai swords.
Welcome Home (2006)
Welcome Home (Spanish: Bienvenido a Casa) is a 2006 film written and directed by Spanish director David Trueba, about a young Madrid journalist named Samuel and his girlfriend Eva.
The Crimson Canary (1945)
The Crimson Canary is a 1945 American mystery film directed by John Hoffman and written by Henry Blankfort and Peggy Phillips. The film stars Noah Beery Jr., Lois Collier, John Litel, Steven Geray, Claudia Drake and Danny Morton. The film was released on November 9, 1945, by Universal Pictures.
Naked Angels (1969)
Naked Angels is a 1969 outlaw biker film, directed by Bruce D. Clark. Starring Michael Greene as Mother, Jennifer Gan as Marlene and Richard Rust as Fingers. Later documentary director Penelope Spheeris is a cast member in her first appearance as an actress. Actor Corey Fischer also appears in the cast. The distributor of this film called "Favorite Films" started out in business in 1913 during the era of silent movies. They distributed 160 films in the USA. Naked Angels was the last film distributed by Favorite Films.
Retreat, Hell! (1952)
Retreat, Hell! is a 1952 American war film about the 1st Marine Division in the Korean War, directed by Joseph H. Lewis. It stars Frank Lovejoy as a career Marine battalion commander who is recalled from work at an American embassy, Richard Carlson as a veteran captain and communications specialist of World War II called up from the Marine Corps Reserves, Russ Tamblyn as a seventeen-year-old private who hides his true age to serve with the unit overseas and outdo his older brother, also a Marine, and Nedrick Young (credited as Ned Young). Also appearing in the film is Peter Julien Ortiz, a highly decorated Marine who served in the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) and appeared in various films after retiring from the military.
Sing Faster: The Stagehands' Ring Cycle (1999)
Sing Faster: The Stagehands' Ring Cycle is a 1999 documentary film directed by Jon H. Else, depicting the work – and leisure activities – of a crew of stagehands at the San Francisco Opera, as they prepare and rehearse for a production of Richard Wagner's complete Der Ring des Nibelungen. The cycle, a set of four operas with a combined performance time of seventeen hours, is regarded as the most ambitious production an opera company could mount. The film was distributed by the American Public Broadcast Service as part of its Independent Lens series.
The Legend of the Golden Gun (1979)
The Legend of the Golden Gun is a 1979 television Western film, starring Jeff Osterhage, Hal Holbrook, Carl Franklin, and Robert Davi
Pals of the Golden West (1951)
Pals of the Golden West is a 1951 American film starring Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and Pinky Lee.
Lucky Ghost (1942)
Two gambling buddies (Mantan Moreland, F.E. Miller) win a casino that's haunted by the ghosts of the former owners.
The Chinese Ring (1947)
The Chinese Ring is a 1947 American film directed by William Beaudine.
The film is also known as Charlie Chan in the Chinese Ring (American poster title) and The Red Hornet. This is the first to feature Roland Winters as Charlie Chan. It is a remake of the 1939 Monogram Pictures film Mr. Wong in Chinatown with an identical story line and very little alterations of secondary characters.
The Girl Said No (1937)
The Girl Said No (aka With Words and Music) is a black and white 1937 musical comedy film about a shady bookie who is in love with a greedy dance hall girl and schemes to get her back after she rejects him. Along the way, he revives a failing Gilbert and Sullivan troupe. The picture stars Robert Armstrong and uses musical numbers from Gilbert and Sullivan. The film was directed and produced by Andrew L. Stone.
Pretend You Don't See Her (2002)
Pretend You Don't See Her is a 2002 television film directed by René Bonnière and starring Emma Samms, Hannes Jaenicke, Beau Starr, Reiner Schöne, and Kim Poirier. It is based on the novel by Mary Higgins Clark.
Mountain Family Robinson (1979)
Mountain Family Robinson is a 1979 family movie that stars Robert Logan, Susan Damante-Shaw and George Buck Flower. This film is a sequel to The Adventures of the Wilderness Family and The Further Adventures of the Wilderness Family and like its predecessors was filmed in the state of Colorado (though set in Canada).
The Only Son (1936)
Yasujiro Ozu’s first talkie, the uncommonly poignant The Only Son is among the Japanese director’s greatest works. In its simple story about a good-natured mother who gives up everything to ensure her son’s education and future, Ozu touches on universal themes of sacrifice, family, love, and disappointment. Spanning many years, The Only Son is a family portrait in miniature, shot and edited with its maker’s customary exquisite control.
In Old Missouri (1940)
In Old Missouri (1940) is a film starring Leon Weaver, Frank Weaver, and June Weaver, and released by Republic Pictures.
Leon and Frank Weaver were comic actors from the Ozarks, joined by sister June, who was billed as "Elviry," the name of the character she plays in the film. A young Alan Ladd plays a featured role.
Bon Voyage, Charlie Brown (and Don't Come Back!) (1980)
Charlie Brown, Linus, Peppermint Patty and Marcie travel to France as foreign exchange students with Snoopy and Woodstock along for the ride. While everyone is excited about the opportunity to travel to a foreign country, Charlie is disturbed by a letter he receives from a mysterious girl from France who invites him as a her guest only to find that he does not seem welcome in her Chateau.
Bad Charleston Charlie (1973)
Bad Charleston Charlie is a 1973 comedy film written by and starring cult actor Ross Hagen and directed by Ivan Nagy. The film, rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America, was distributed by International Cinema Corporation. The film is loosely based on the life and death of 1920s gangster Charles Birger. Poorly received by both critics and audiences, the film has yet to be released on DVD or Blu-ray Disc.
The Chilling (1989)
A security guard and a lab technician are stalked by zombies after an electrical storm strikes a cryogenics facility.
My Father, My Mother, My Brothers And My Sisters (1999)
A young mother has three children, all by different fathers who are unaware of their existence.
Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats (1988)
Top Cat and the Beverly Hills Cats is a 1988 animated made-for-television film produced by Hanna-Barbera for syndication as part of the Hanna-Barbera Superstars 10 series. The movie's plot is essentially an extended remake of the original show's episodes, "The Missing Heir" and "The Golden Fleecing".
Pop Always Pays (1940)
Pop Always Pays is a 1940 American comedy film directed by Leslie Goodwins using a screenplay by Charles E. Roberts, based on a story by Arthur J. Beckhard. Although not credited in the film, news reports of the time reported that when Goodwins fell ill during the filming, the screenwriter, Roberts, assumed directing duties. The film stars Leon Errol, Dennis O'Keefe, Adele Pearce, and Walter Catlett, and was released by RKO Radio Pictures on June 21, 1940.
Gas! -Or- It Became Necessary to Destroy the World in Order to Save It. (1970)
Gas-s-s-s (also known as Gas! or It Became Necessary to Destroy the World in Order to Save It) is a 1970 motion picture produced and released by American International Pictures. It was producer Roger Corman's final film for AIP, after a long association. He was unhappy because AIP made several cuts to the film without his approval, including removing the final shot where God commented on the action - a shot which Corman regarded as one of the greatest he had made in his life.
The movie is a post-apocalyptic dark comedy, about survivors of an accidental military gas leak, of an experimental agent that kills everyone on Earth over the age of twenty-five. (A cartoon title sequence shows a John Wayne-esque Army General announcing — and denouncing — the "accident"; the story picks up after the victims have died.)
The lead characters, Coel and Cilla, were played by Robert Corff and Elaine Giftos, and the cast features Ben Vereen, Cindy Williams, Bud Cort and Talia Shire (credited as "Tally Coppola") in early roles. Country Joe McDonald makes an appearance, as spokesman "AM Radio".
One Dark Night (1939)
After being kicked out of the family home, a lazy man (Mantan Moreland) discovers a radium deposit and uses his newfound wealth to buy a nightclub.
One Exciting Week (1946)
One Exciting Week is a 1946 American comedy film directed by William Beaudine and written by Jack Townley and John K. Butler. The film stars Al Pearce, Pinky Lee, Jerome Cowan, Shemp Howard, Arlene Harris and Mary Treen. The film was released on June 8, 1946, by Republic Pictures.
La mula de Cullen Baker (1971)
In the Old West Cullen Baker is a man outside the law and the entire town declares war on him.
Tom Sawyer (2011)
Mischievous Tom Sawyer (Louis Hofmann) and pal Huck Finn (Leon Seidel) witness a crime at a cemetery.
Five Bold Women (1960)
A lawman escorting five women to prison is ambushed by Indians and the outlaw husband of one of the women.
Closed Season (2013)
In 1942, childless couple Fritz and Emma hide Albert, a Jewish refugee, at their remote farm in the forest. Fritz offers Albert an unorthodox deal -- sleep with his wife to conceive a child on his behalf.
Midnight Manhunt (1945)
Two reporters (William Gargan, Ann Savage) search for a missing body in a wax museum.
Five of a Kind (1938)
Five of a Kind is a 1938 American comedy film directed by Herbert I. Leeds and written by Lou Breslow and John Patrick. The film stars Jean Hersholt, Claire Trevor, Cesar Romero, Slim Summerville, Henry Wilcoxon and Inez Courtney. The film was released on October 14, 1938, by 20th Century Fox. The film follows the escalating rivalry between radio journalists Duke Lester (Romero) and Christine Nelson (Trevor) that culminates in a competition to cover the exploits the famous Canadian quintuplets, the Waytts, played by the Dionne quintuplets.