Seven Green Bottles (1975)
Cambridge Footlights Revue (1982)
Cena medu (1987)
Martin the Cobbler (1977)
Le circuit de l'alcool (1912)
Stopping the Show (1932)
Stopping the Show is a 1932 Fleischer Studios animated short, directed by Dave Fleischer. While it is not the first appearance of Betty Boop, it is the first short to be credited as "A Betty Boop Cartoon."
The Acquaintances of a Lonely John (2008)
Skin, Skin (1966)
Under Your Skin (Finnish: Käpy selän alla) is a 1966 Finnish film directed by Mikko Niskanen and written by Marja-Leena Mikkola. It stars Kirsti Wallasvaara, Eero Melasniemi, Kristiina Halkola and Pekka Autiovuori as four young adults who are camping in the woods. The film depicts the sexual revolution of the 1960s.
Under Your Skin was the highest-grossing film in Finland since The Unknown Soldier. In addition, it won six Jussi Awards.
Shocking Africa (1982)
Buddy's Adventures (1934)
Buddy's Adventures is an American animated short film, released November 17, 1934 (though one source gives March 5, 1935, as a date.) It is a Looney Tunes cartoon, featuring Buddy, the second star of the series. The cartoon was directed by Ben Hardaway; musical direction was by Bernard Brown.
Won by a Fowl (1917)
Dan Oniroku: Bijo nawa jigoku (1983)
Secret Service Investigator (1948)
Secret Service Investigator is a 1948 American crime film directed by R. G. Springsteen and written by John K. Butler. The film stars Lynne Roberts, Lloyd Bridges, George Zucco, June Storey, Trevor Bardette and John Kellogg. The film was released on May 31, 1948, by Republic Pictures.
The Magnificent Chivalry (1971)
Cum to live (2001)
Little Pest (1931)
Mae Day: The Crumbling of a Documentary (1992)
The Bashful Buzzard (1945)
The Bashful Buzzard is a 7-minute animated cartoon completed in 1944 and released on September 15, 1945. It is directed by Robert Clampett and features the character Beaky Buzzard. This is the last cartoon in which Kent Rogers performed voices, as he died in a training flight accident on July 9, 1944. It is also the last Warner Bros. cartoon that for which Sara Berner performed voice work.
Let Me Call You Sweetheart (1932)
Sting: Ten Summoners Tales (1993)
Miss Drot (2010)
Gangsters '70 (1968)
Panorama from Times Building, New York (1905)
One Day in People's Poland (2005)
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.
Vive la France! (1918)
Vive la France! is an extant 1918 silent film war drama directed by Roy William Neill and starring Dorothy Dalton. It was distributed by Famous Players-Lasky and Paramount Pictures.
Happy Hoboes (1933)
The Village Smitty (1931)
o.k. is a 1970 West German anti-war film directed by Michael Verhoeven. It was chosen as West Germany's official submission to the 43rd Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film, but did not manage to receive a nomination. The film was also entered into the 20th Berlin International Film Festival. However, the competition was cancelled and no prizes were awarded, over controversy surrounding the film.
High Steel (1965)
High Steel is a 1966 short National Film Board of Canada documentary film directed by Don Owen about Mohawk high steel workers from Kahnawake building New York City skycrapers.
Der grosse Bruder (2011)
Zen and the Art of Landscaping (2001)
Florian - Liebe aus ganzem Herzen (1999)
Chromo sud (1968)
I Love Alaska (2009)
I Love Alaska is a 2009 documentary chronicling the AOL search history of "user 711391," whose searches are narrated by a monotone female voiceover. The film was produced by Submarine Channel, and released episodically in 2009 before being uploaded to stream for free on Minimovies.org.
Hugh MacDiarmid: A Portrait (1964)
Das Geschenk (2013)
Sunny Italy (1950)
Simple Destiny Abstractions (1940)
After the Fall (1974)
The Dummy (2000)
Un giorno nella vita (1946)
Un giorno nella vita ("A Day in Life") is a 1946 Italian war film directed by Alessandro Blasetti. It was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival. American title: "A Day In the Life". This film was screened in 2009 at the Film Society of Lincoln Center's retrospective "Life Lessons" Italian Neorealism and the birth of modern cinema.
Jin shou zhi (1980)
One Night Stand (2010)
Merry-Go-Round (Hungarian: Körhinta) is a 1956 Hungarian drama film directed by Zoltán Fábri, based on the short story Kútban (In the Well) by Imre Sarkadi. It was in competition at the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.
Bats in the Belfry (2010)
Yellow Pass (1928)
The Yellow Ticket or Earth in Captivity (Russian: Земля в плену, translit. Zemlya v plenu) is a 1928 Soviet silent drama film directed by Fyodor Otsep and starring Anna Sten, Ivan Koval-Samborsky and Mikhail Narokov.
Heroes of the West (1964)
Heroes of the West (Italian: Gli eroi del West) is a 1963 Italian Spaghetti Western film directed by Steno.
Bloodrage (also known as Never Pick Up A Stranger) is a 1979 American horror film directed by Joseph Zito (under the pseudonym Joseph Bigwood) and written by Robert Jahn.
The Great Swindle (1971)
The Great Swindle is a 1971 Spanish-Italian thriller film directed by José Antonio Nieves Conde. It tells the story of a woman, Carla, who deceives and seduces several people, as she and others take on false identities and try to outsmart each other in deadly intrigues. The film's Spanish title is Historia de una traición. It has two alternative Italian titles: Nel buio del terrore and Diabolicamente sole con il delitto.
The Anniversary (2009)
The Anniversary is a 2009 romantic comedy written and directed by Canadian film-maker and film journalist John Campea. The film explores the stresses, stereotypes, and stigmas associated with thirty-something dating and relationships.
Little Ears: The Velveteen Rabbit (1984)
Das fliegende Klassenzimmer (1973)
Das fliegende Klassenzimmer (English:The Flying Classroom) is a 1973 German comedy film directed by Werner Jacobs and starring Joachim Fuchsberger, Heinz Reincke and Diana Körner. Two classes in a school have a running feud. It is based on The Flying Classroom, a novel by Erich Kästner.
Drawing Blood (1999)
Tree for Two (1952)
Tree for Two is a 1952 Merrie Melodies short directed by Friz Freleng. It features Sylvester and also features the first of two appearances by Spike and Chester. The short was released on disc for the first time on the Looney Tunes Platinum Collection: Volume 3.
Charley's Aunt (1963)
Charley's Aunt (German: Charley's Tante) is a 1963 Austrian comedy film directed by Géza von Cziffra and starring Peter Alexander, Maria Sebaldt and Peter Vogel. It is an adaptation of the British play Charley's Aunt by Brandon Thomas.
Fire on the Mountain (1996)
Fire on the Mountain is a 1996 documentary about the 10th Mountain Division during World War II. The film follows the division from its training at Camp Hale in Colorado through its campaign in Italy. The end of the film shows the careers of 10th Mountain Division veterans, who were involved in starting the ski industry in Colorado. The film includes interviews of several of these veterans, including environmentalist David Brower.
The Tiger of Eschnapur (1938)
The Tiger of Eschnapur (originally Der Tiger von Eschnapur) is a 1938 German film directed by Richard Eichberg and starring Philip Dorn, La Jana and Theo Lingen. It was followed by a second part The Indian Tomb which was released the same year.
Cores (Portuguese for "Colors") is a 2012 Brazilian drama film that was released on May 10, 2013. It is the debut film of director Francisco Garcia, who also wrote the script together with Gabriel Campos.
The film was premiered at the 60th San Sebastián International Film Festival in 2012, and was also screened at the 36th São Paulo International Film Festival.
Die Fledermaus (1946)
Die Fledermaus is a 1946 German operetta film directed by Géza von Bolváry and starring Marte Harell, Johannes Heesters and Will Dohm. It is based on Johann Strauss II's 1874 work of the same name.
The film was made by Terra Film, one of major German production companies of the Nazi era. It was shot using agfacolor at the Barrandov Studios in Prague and the Babelsberg Studios in Berlin. Although production began in 1944, the film was not finally released until 1946 when it was distributed by the communist-controlled DEFA company in the Soviet occupation zone.
The film's sets were designed by Robert Herlth.
Zig Zag (1996)
Recompense is a lost 1925 American drama film directed by Harry Beaumont and written by Dorothy Farnum. It is based on the 1924 novel Recompense by Robert Keable. The film stars Marie Prevost, Monte Blue, John Roche, George Siegmann, Charles Stevens and Virginia Brown Faire. The film was released by Warner Bros. on April 26, 1925.
La casa del terror (1960)
La Casa del Terror is a Mexican Monster movie starring Lon Chaney Jr. and Mexican comedian Tin Tan. The film involves Casimiro (Tin-Tan), a night watchman in a Wax Museum, whose boss, Professor Sebastian, has been secretly draining his blood to use in his experiments in raising the dead. A mummy who is stolen from an Egyptian sarcophagus is revived to life, and becomes a werewolf when moonlight hits him.
Ghost Rider (1982)
Ghost Rider is a US short film on bus safety, shown primarily in American schools in the 1980s. After its re-discovery on the internet in the 21st century, it has become a cult film, thanks to its unusual plotline.
A Strange Adventure (1917)
Filhos e Amantes (1981)
Pig is a 1998 experimental, psychological horror, short silent film directed by underground film maker Nico B. and co-directed by deathrock pioneer Rozz Williams. The film stars Rozz Williams and James Hollan and was produced by Nico B. It was distributed by the CAV Distributing company in South San Francisco and produced by the studios Open Eye Productions and Cult Epics. (The latter of which Nico B. is the founder and owner.)
The film was the last work of Rozz Williams before his suicide in 1998, and incorporates a highly surreal, absurdist technique blended with intense graphic horror and religious allusions and metaphors. The film was never publicly screened, although it was first released on VHS in 1998 and then re-released on DVD on April 2 of 2002. On both the VHS and DVD versions of the production it was unrated due to uncensored sexuality and nudity as well as depictions of torture and fetishistic sadism. The film was re-issued in January 2013 with a newly produced surround soundtrack on a BLU RAY/DVD combo with Williams' posthumous sequel film 1334, also directed by Nico B., and released through Cult Epics.
The DVD edition contains a large assortment of featured content not previously seen on the VHS version, especially in commemoration of Williams' death. This includes a commentary and Rozz Williams memorial video by Nico B., "behind-the-scenes" footage, outtakes and optional commentary, a Rozz Williams photo gallery, a previously unreleased music track by Rozz Williams, actor biographies, chapter selections, excerpts from the last interview with Rozz conducted by John E. Ellenberger, a copy of the original "super-8" test footage of Pig with commentary by former Christian Death drummer and friend of Rozz, Ignacio Segovia, and finally a 40-page booklet and adaptation of the fictional book featured in the film, Why God Permits Evil. The booklet was Williams' only published written work.
The soundtrack accompanying the film—Pig: Original Soundtrack—was composed entirely by Rozz, and included some of his last musical output.
La belle vie (2009)
Fair of the Dove (1963)
The Fair of the Dove (Spanish:La verbena de la Paloma) is a 1963 Spanish musical comedy film directed by José Luis Sáenz de Heredia and starring Concha Velasco, Vicente Parra and Miguel Ligero. It is a remake of the film Paloma Fair.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Enrique Alarcón.
The House in Montevideo (1963)
The House in Montevideo (German: Das Haus in Montevideo) is a 1963 German comedy film directed by Helmut Käutner and starring Heinz Rühmann, Ruth Leuwerik and Paul Dahlke. The screenplay concerns a respectable professor who inherits a house and money in Montevideo from his wild sister, on the condition that he himself behaves in a disreputable way. The film was based on the 1945 play The House in Montevideo by Curt Goetz, which had previously been turned into a film in 1951.
Tonight or Never (1961)
Tonight or Never (French: Ce soir ou jamais) is a 1961 French comedy film directed by Michel Deville and starring Anna Karina.
Tolle Nacht (1957)
The Priest and the Girl (1958)
The Priest and the Girl (German: Der Priester und das Mädchen) is a 1958 Austrian drama film directed by Gustav Ucicky and starring Rudolf Prack, Willy Birgel and Marianne Hold.The film's sets were designed by the art directors Isabella Schlichting and Werner Schlichting.
Sentimental Education (1962)
Sentimental Education (French: L'Éducation sentimentale) is a 1962 French drama film directed by Alexandre Astruc. It is also known as Lessons in Love. The story focuses on a student who has an affair with a married middle-class woman whose husband cheats on her with a model. The film is loosely based on the novel Sentimental Education by Gustave Flaubert. The screenplay was written by Roger Nimier with dialogue by Roland Laudenbach and Alain Astruc.
The Nobodies (2017)
In 1993, Alabama-based amateur filmmaker Warren Werner shot his first feature film, Pumpkin, on VHS. With a budget of only $600, a cast of friends, family, and unknown talent, the movie premiered at the local civic center and generated an immediate backlash from the community. Rumors that Warren and his girlfriend Samantha Dixon engaged in Satanic rituals began to spread throughout town. In the months following the premiere, Warren and Samantha committed suicide. The following year, another group of filmmakers began shooting a documentary about the deaths of Warren and Samantha. The documentary project was never completed, and Pumpkin was never released.
Man About Town (1932)
Man About Town is a 1932 American drama film directed by John Francis Dillon and written by Leon Gordon. The film stars Warner Baxter, Karen Morley, Conway Tearle, Alan Mowbray, Leni Stengel and Lilian Bond. The film was released on May 22, 1932, by Fox Film Corporation.
It Had to Be You (1989)
Lilies of the Field (1930)
Lilies of the Field is a 1930 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Alexander Korda, and starring Corinne Griffith, Ralph Forbes, and John Loder. It was a remake of the silent 1924 film Lilies of the Field, in which Griffith had played the same role. Both films were based on a 1921 play of the same name by William J. Hurlbut. Lilies of the Field was Griffith's first all-dialogue film. The film is not related in any way to the 1963 film of the same name, which starred Sidney Poitier.
Dial 'M' for Murder (1981)
The Catcher (2015)
Chain Gang (1984)
Chain Gang, is a 1984 3D prison action thriller film starring Earl Owensby, Robert Bloodworth and Carol Bransford with Leon Rippy. It was based on a true story.
Odd Jobs (2010)
The Glass Cage (1964)
Waltz Time (1933)
Waltz Time is a 1933 British musical film directed by Wilhelm Thiele and starring Evelyn Laye, Fritz Schulz and Gina Malo. It is an adaptation of the operetta Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss II and Richard Genée.
It was made at the Lime Grove Studios. The film's sets were designed by Alfred Junge.
The Plague (2006)
Don Carlos (2005)
Exhumed is a 2003 Canadian horror anthology film directed and written by Brian Clement. Set in three different time periods and locales, the film tells the story of an artifact that can return the dead to life.
Qing chun er nu (1959)
Sentimental Journey (1976)