When Brave Bird Saved (2013)
Ride, Mister? (1970)
Selena Gomez: Forever (2014)
Scarecrow (Russian: Чучело or Chuchelo) is a 1984 Soviet drama film dealing with bullying directed by Rolan Bykov.
Cowboy Poets (1988)
Vida Maria (2007)
The Spirit of '43 (1943)
The Spirit of '43 is an American animated World War II propaganda film created by Walt Disney Studios in 1942 and released in January 1943. The film stars Donald Duck, and arguably contains the first appearance of a prototype for the character Scrooge McDuck, not named in the film. It is a sequel to The New Spirit. The purpose of the film is to encourage patriotic Americans to file and pay their income taxes faithfully in order to help the war effort. The repeated theme in the film is "Taxes...To Defeat the Axis."
The film, along with Der Fuehrer's Face and others like it, was released on DVD by Disney in 2004. The film is currently in the public domain and therefore can be seen on many gray market videos and DVD's
The title is an allusion to the expression "Spirit of '76" (referring to the sentiment around the American Revolution in 1776).
Sex and the Animals (1969)
Our Stars (2015)
Young April (1926)
Young April is a 1926 American silent romantic comedy film starring Bessie Love. The film was financed by Cecil B. DeMille and directed by Donald Crisp. Young April is an extant film and has been released on home video.
Fling in the Ring (1955)
Fling in the Ring is the 159th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1955 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Shemp Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
Reality's Invisible (1971)
Nat King Cole: Encore (2004)
Robert Palmer: Addicted To Love (1986)
Chopping Onions (2015)
Benjamin Latrobe: America's First Architect (2009)
Mere Mystery (2010)
Four Quadrant Exercise (1975)
Pacific Radio Fire (2012)
Qi qi gan si dui (1965)
Standing at the Scratch Line (2016)
Secret Lives of the Apostles (2012)
46 Miles (2010)
Satan's Touch (1984)
Hard 'N Heavy Volume 5 (1989)
Sound Speeds (2016)
The Last Installment (1945)
Would You (2012)
Things We Can Do Without (1953)
The Making of 'Psycho' (1997)
Eye Myth Educational (1972)
Swan Lake (2009)
Instant Rage (1989)
Criminals of the Air (1937)
Criminals of the Air (aka Guardians of the Air and Honeymoon Pilot) is a 1937 American action film, directed by Charles C. Coleman. It stars Rosalind Keith, Charles Quigley and Rita Hayworth. The film marked "Rita Hayworth"'s first onscreen credit; the actress, born Margarita Carmen Cansino, had previously used the stage name "Rita Cansino" or was uncredited in her prior 17 film appearances.
One in a Million (2014)
Natás es Satán (1977)
Arabic Numeral Series 15 (1982)
Roman Numeral Series I (1979)
The Works of James and Eloyce Gist (2016)
Money Machine (1929)
The Dirk Diggler Story (1988)
The Dirk Diggler Story is a 1988 mockumentary short film written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson. It follows the rise and fall of Dirk Diggler, a well-endowed male porn star. The character was modeled on American porn actor John Holmes. The film was later expanded into Anderson's successful 1997 breakout film Boogie Nights.
Thunder Over Paris (1940)
Thunder Over Paris (French: Tempête) is a 1940 French film directed by Dominique Bernard-Deschamps and starring Arletty, Marcel Dalio and Annie Ducaux.
Arabic Numeral Series 8 (1981)
Hard 'N Heavy Volume 12 (1991)
The Killer Bean 2: The Party (2000)
The Official 2010 World Series Film (2010)
Persian Series #13 (2001)
Windows of Heaven (1963)
The Windows of Heaven is a 1963 film about Lorenzo Snow, the fifth president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). The film was directed and produced by Wetzel Whitaker with the screenplay by Scott Whitaker and Richard Neil Evans. Francis Urry played the role of Lorenzo Snow.
Disorient Express (1996)
Escuchando Al Juez Garzon (2011)
Some Analog Lines (2006)
Head Over Heels in Love (1937)
Jeanne, loved by radio engineer Pierre, falls instead for Marcel, an idle womaniser. However, Pierre helps her become a success on the radio after Marcel has inevitably left her and run off with a film star. Now she is famous, she is attractive once more to the selfish Marcel, but Pierre, faithful and patient, does not want to lose her again.
Bangles Greatest Hits (1990)
The Man Of Destiny (1973)
Beyond Enchantment (2010)
The Cost of Living (1989)
Tender's Heat: Wild Wild Beach (2006)
Treehouse Trolls Birthday Day (1992)
Pension Mimosas (1935)
Pension Mimosas is a 1935 French film directed by Jacques Feyder. Based on an original scenario by Feyder and Charles Spaak, it is a psychological drama set largely in a small hotel on the Côte d'Azur, and it provided Françoise Rosay with one of the most substantial acting roles of her career.
Ted Leo & the Pharmacists: Dirty Old Town (2003)
Ted Leo & the Pharmacists: Dirty Old Town is a 2003 concert film by director Justin Mitchell documenting a day in the life of Ted Leo and the Pharmacists on Coney Island. The bulk of the footage is of the band's energetic performance at the Siren Music Festival, interspersed with interviews, boardwalk montages, and a cameo by comedian David Cross. This film is named after the old Ewan MacColl song "Dirty Old Town"; Leo performs a live cover of this song at the beginning of the movie.
Nina's Children (2015)
The Universe & Young Pilot Nelson (2008)
VOID (Video Overview in Deceleration) (2005)
Bird, Bath and Beyond (2003)
Shot Up & Shot Down (2013)
Persian Series #1 (1999)
Include Women Out (2014)
Frank Merriwell in Arizona; or, The Mystery Mine (1910)
Losing My Cherry (2010)
The Gentleman from Arizona (1939)
The Gentleman from Arizona is a 1939 American Western film directed by Earl Haley and written by Earl Haley and Jack O'Donnell. The film stars John 'Dusty' King, J. Farrell MacDonald, Joan Barclay, Ruth Reece, Craig Reynolds and Nora Lane. The film was released on December 25, 1939, by Monogram Pictures.
Grotesque Fantasies (2003)
Pink Socks (2002)
A Coming Out Story (2013)
The Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch (1914)
The Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch is a 1914 American drama film directed by Allan Dwan, written by Allan Dwan and Mrs. Burton Harrison, and starring Henrietta Crosman, Walter Craven, Lorraine Huling, Minna Gale and Harold Lockwood. It was released on September 10, 1914, by Paramount Pictures.
Amazon Trek: In Search of Vanishing Secrets (2007)
Philomirrophobia II (2013)
Analogies: Studies in the Movement of Time (1977)
Rita Mahtoubian is Not a Terrorist (2015)
Bad Dream? (2013)
Daniel in the Factory (2013)
Divine Pig (2010)
This Chair Is Not Me (2011)
When Hell Freezes Over (1926)
Island of Allah (1956)
Thanatos Rising (2012)
We Didn't Get Famous: The Story of the Southern Music Underground 1978-1990 (2012)
SHOUT! An Evening of Gospel Comedy (2006)
Oretachi wa tenshi ja nai 2 (1993)
Passion in the Sun (1964)