Rumic World: The Laughing Target (1987)
When The Wind Blows (1930)
When the Wind Blows is a 1930 Our Gang short comedy film directed by James W. Horne. It was the 97th Our Gang short to be released.
The Goofy Gophers (1947)
The Goofy Gophers is a 1946 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Arthur Davis.
The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: The Perils of Cupid (2000)
The Adventures Of Young Indiana Jones: Oganga, The Giver And Taker Of Life (1999)
Senario Asam Garam (2010)
Rock Video Girls 2 (1992)
A Very Potter Senior Year (2013)
I'm Getting a Yacht (1980)
I'm Getting a Yacht (Italian: Mi faccio la barca) is a 1980 Italian comedy film directed by Sergio Corbucci.
Jolly Rangers (2010)
I Taw a Putty Tat (1948)
I Taw a Putty Tat is a short Merrie Melodies animated cartoon released on April 2, 1948 and directed by Friz Freleng. It stars Tweety and Sylvester, both voiced by Mel Blanc. The uncredited voice of the lady of the house (seen only from the neck down, as she talks on the phone) was Bea Benaderet.
The bird's inability to enunciate certain letters (presumably due to having a beak instead of lips) is the reason for the pronunciation of his famous catch-phrase that forms part of this cartoon's title (as in "I Thought I Saw a Pussy Cat"). This is the first film whose title included Tweety's speech-impaired term for a cat. The "standard" spelling was eventually changed from "putty tat" to "puddy tat".
Venus in the Garden (2011)
Sexe, magouilles et culture générale (2001)
Those Would-Be Girls (1967)
Zombie Warrior (2006)
The Indomitable Leni Peickert (1970)
Massacre en dentelles (1952)
Massacre in Lace (French: Massacre en dentelles) is a 1952 French comedy crime film directed by André Hunebelle and starring Raymond Rouleau, Anne Vernon and Tilda Thamar. A playboy reporter takes a break from his holiday to track down some gangsters. It is the third in the trilogy of films featuring the character of Georges Masse following Mission in Tangier (1949) and Méfiez-vous des blondes (1950).
Starlet Screen Test (1986)
För min heta ungdoms skull (1952)
For the Sake of My Intemperate Youth (Swedish: För min heta ungdoms skull) is a 1952 Swedish drama film directed by Arne Mattsson. It was entered into the 1953 Cannes Film Festival.
El mártir del Calvario (1952)
The Martyr of Calvary (Spanish: El Mártir del Calvario) is a 1952 Mexican drama film directed by Miguel Morayta about the life of Christ. It was entered into the 1954 Cannes Film Festival.
Optimisticheskaya tragediya (1963)
Optimistic Tragedy (Russian: Оптимистическая трагедия, translit. Optimisticheskaya tragediya) is a 1963 Soviet film directed by Samson Samsonov. It is based on the eponymous play by Vsevolod Vishnevsky and was entered into the 1963 Cannes Film Festival.
Optimistic Tragedy was a Soviet blockbuster of 1963 with 46 millions tickets sold. The film was named Best Film of the Year and Margarita Volodina was named Best Actress of the Year by readers of the Soviet film magazine Sovetsky Ekran.
The film was shot in Sovscope 70 on black and white film stock. The prints were split into three films for exhibition in Kinopanorama 70 in some theatres.
Ypotron - Final Countdown (1966)
Michael Kohlhaas - Der Rebell (1969)
Man on Horseback (German: Michael Kohlhaas – der Rebell) is a 1969 German drama film directed by Volker Schlöndorff based on the novel Michael Kohlhaas by Heinrich Von Kleist. It was entered into the 1969 Cannes Film Festival. Another film based on the book was released at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival.
À toute allure (1982)
À toute allure is a 1982 French drama film directed by Robert Kramer. It was entered into the 1982 Cannes Film Festival.
Sweet Inquest on Violence (1982)
Sweet Inquest on Violence (French: Douce enquête sur la violence) is a 1982 French drama film directed by Gérard Guérin. It was entered into the 1982 Cannes Film Festival.
La dernière image (1986)
The Last Image (Arabic: الصور الأخير, translit. Al-coura al-akhira, French: La dernière image) is a 1986 Algerian drama film directed by Mohammed Lakhdar-Hamina. It was entered into the 1986 Cannes Film Festival. The film was selected as the Algerian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 59th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers (1992)
Invasion of the Bunny Snatchers is a Bugs Bunny short subject directed by Greg Ford and Terry Lennon and released in 1992. The cartoon was intended for theatrical release but eventually aired as part of the television special Bugs Bunny's Creature Features. Its premise is modeled after Invasion of the Body Snatchers, and it is considered subversive, critical of the greed of its production studio Warner Bros., and a lampoon of cheaply-drawn animation.
An Exploration of the Blair Witch Legend (1999)
Return of the Roller Blade Seven (1993)
The Return of the Roller Blade Seven is a martial arts based film, released in 1993. The film is the second of two sequels to the film The Roller Blade Seven. The first sequel, The Legend of the Roller Blade Seven, was released in 1992.
The film features much of the cast from the first film; including Scott Shaw, Joe Estevez, Don Stroud, Karen Black, Frank Stallone, and Jill Kelly.
The Return of the Roller Blade Seven was directed by Donald G. Jackson. It was produced and edited by Scott Shaw. This film picks up where The Roller Blade Seven leaves off. It follows the further adventures of the lead character, Hawk Goodman, played by Shaw.
As was the case of the first two films associated with this project, this film is based on the spiritual redemption of its lead characters. This movie was filmed in visually striking locations. It is filled with abstract dialogue and has a non-linear storyline.
The Return of the Roller Blade Seven was created in the distinct style of filmmaking known as Zen Filmmaking. This style of filmmaking was created by Scott Shaw and Donald G. Jackson. In this style of filmmaking no scripts are used.
A Real Job (2001)
Osuofia in London (2003)
Osuofia in London is a 2003 Nigerian comedy film produced and directed by Kingsley Ogoro and starring Nkem Owoh. The film is arguably one of the highest selling Nollywood films in history. It was followed by a 2004 sequel titled Osuofia in London 2.
Kung Fu and Titties (2013)
The Halloween That Almost Wasn't (1979)
The Halloween That Almost Wasn't is a 1979 holiday television film. This television film aired regularly on the Disney Channel during its Halloween season from 1983 to 1996. It revolves around Dracula (Judd Hirsch) trying to save Halloween from the Witch (Mariette Hartley) who threatens it. It won an Emmy Award for "Outstanding Individual Achievement – Children's Program" and was nominated for three others. On VHS releases, it was retitled The Night Dracula Saved the World.
The special, which premiered on ABC on October 28, 1979, was shot at Lyndhurst in Tarrytown, New York.
The Sorceror (1932)
The Sorceror (German: Der Hexer) is a 1932 Austrian-German drama film directed by Martin Frič and Karel Lamač. It is a German screen adaptation of Edgar Wallace's thriller The Ringer, and is not to be confused with the 1964 remake of the same title, Der Hexer.
Sally - heiß wie ein Vulkan (1973)
Wu ye li ren (1986)
In One Breath: Alexander Sokurov's Russian Ark (2003)
Wo der Wildbach durch das Höschen rauscht - Witwen-Report (1974)
In So Many Words (2013)
Ward Six (1973)
Ward Six (Serbo-Croatian: 'Paviljon VI') is a 1978 Yugoslav film directed by Lucian Pintilie, an adaptation of Anton Chekhov's short story Ward No. Six. It competed in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1979 Cannes Film Festival.
The Night Before Christmas (2008)
The Night Before Christmas (Russian: Ночь пе́ред Рождество́м, Noch pered Rozhdestvom) is a 1913 silent film made in the Russian Empire by Ladislas Starevich, based on the tale of the same name by Nikolai Gogol. Unlike most of Starevich's films, it is mainly live-action.
Snide and Prejudice (1997)
Snide and Prejudice is a 1997 film directed by Philippe Mora.
Once Upon a Time: Sergio Leone (2001)
Stephen King's World of Horror (1986)
The Weather Outside (2012)
The Cure for Boredom (2001)
Maria's Gravy Pot (2010)
Drain the Great Lakes (2011)
North America's Great Lakes are the largest system of free fresh water on earth, wielding huge influence on the continent. Over 34 million people live by their shores in some of greatest cities in the world. This groundbreaking television program pulls a virtual plug on the huge lakes, using computer-generated imagery to reveal hidden secrets of their human history and changing geological past.
Federico Fellini's Autobiography (2000)
Watermelon's Baked & Baking (2003)
The House That Shadows Built (1931)
The House That Shadows Built (1931) is a short Pre-Code feature film from Paramount Pictures, made to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the studio's founding in 1912. The film was a promotional film for exhibitors and never had a regular theatrical release. The film includes a brief history of Paramount, interviews with various actors, and clips from upcoming projects (some of which never came to fruition). The title comes from a biography of Paramount founder Adolph Zukor, The House That Shadows Built (1928), by William Henry Irwin.
A Husband for Anna (1953)
A Husband for Anna (Italian: Un marito per Anna Zaccheo) is a 1953 Italian romance-drama film directed by Giuseppe De Santis.
Back in the Saddle (2001)
iZ and the Zizzles (2007)
Between Time and Timbuktu (1972)
Between Time and Timbuktu is a television film directed by Fred Barzyk and based on a number of works by Kurt Vonnegut. Produced by National Educational Television and WGBH-TV in Boston, Massachusetts, it was telecast March 13, 1972 as a NET Playhouse special. The television script was also published in 1972, illustrated with photographs by Jill Krementz and stills from the television production.
The script was primarily written by David Odell, with contributions from Bob Elliott and Ray Goulding, and the film's director. Vonnegut himself served as an "advisor and contributor to the script."
Zombie Gang Bangers (1997)
Young Dr. Freud (2002)
Tarantula Moonrocket (2011)
Abused Confidence (1937)
Abused Confidence (French: Abus de confiance) is a 1938 French drama film directed by Henri Decoin and starring Danielle Darrieux and Charles Vanel.
Dane Cook, 30 Premeditated Acts (2009)
Tartuffe. the Lost Film (2004)
Duck Dodgers in Attack of the Drones (2004)
Pauly Shore's Pauly~tics (2012)
The ABC of Love (1967)
The ABC of Love (Portuguese: ABC do amor, Spanish: Noche terrible) is a 1967 Brazilian and Argentine drama film directed by Eduardo Coutinho and Rodolfo Kuhn.
The picture stars Jorge Rivera López and Bárbara Mujica.
Porky and Daffy in the William Tell Overture (2006)
I Yam What I Yam: The Story of Popeye the Sailor (2007)
No Fighting in the War Room or Dr. Strangelove and the Nuclear Threat (2004)
The Night Before Christmas (1968)
La Marseillaise (1907)
Unauthorized Access (1994)
Mayskaya noch (1940)
Die Senkrechtstarter (1989)
The Legendary Curse of the Hope Diamond (1975)
Mrs. Kasha Davis: The Life of an International Housewife Celebrity (2008)
Canto da Saudade (1952)
Whistling Princess (2002)
The Dervish and Death (1974)
The Dervish and Death (Serbo-Croatian: ''Derviš i smrt'') is a 1974 Yugoslav film directed by Zdravko Velimirović based on the novel of the same name by Meša Selimović.
The film won Silver Arena (as second best film) and four Golden Arena awards at the 1974 Pula Film Festival, the Yugoslav national film awards festival, including Best Director (Zdravko Velimirović), Best Supporting Actor (Abdurrahman Shala), Best Cinematography (Nenad Jovičić) and Best Production Design (Vlastimir Gavrik).
It was also Yugoslavia's submission to the 47th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.
The Lion (Felis Leo) (1948)
Divine Lovers (1997)
Divine Lovers is a 1997 Bollywood film directed by B. Subhash. The film cast include Maxwell Caulfield, Hemant Birje, Shannon McLeod.
Blue Jeans (1958)
Arena concerto: la musica per il cinema (2003)
Chilly and the Woodchopper (1967)
Jimmy in Pienk (2013)
Chiller Dillers (1967)
The Wheel (2011)
Black Beauty (1987)
Black Beauty is an animated cartoon made by Burbank Films Australia that was released in 1987. It is based on the 1877 novel Black Beauty by Anna Sewell.
Make Like a Tree (2012)
Voyager: To the Final Frontier (2012)
Michel Strogoff (1926)
Michel Strogoff is a 1926 French silent historical adventure film directed by Viktor Tourjansky and starring Ivan Mozzhukhin, Nathalie Kovanko and Acho Chakatouny. It is an adaptation of Jules Verne's 1876 novel Michael Strogoff.
Measure of Faith (2011)
Children of the Air (2012)
Three Russian Girls (1944)
Three Russian Girls is a 1943 American World War II pro-Soviet propaganda film produced by R-F Productions and distributed by United Artists. It followed in the footsteps of Mission to Moscow (1943). It was nominated for an Oscar in 1945 for best musical score. It starred Anna Sten.
Writer's Block (2016)
Les Misérables, Part 2: Fantine (1913)