Playin' for the Kitty (2002)
Mountain Fire Personnel (2015)
Dwarfs: Not a Fairy Tale (2001)
American Misfits (2003)
Last of the Spanish Mustangs (2005)
Silence is a 1931 American Pre-Code crime film directed by Louis J. Gasnier and Max Marcin and written by Max Marcin. The film stars Clive Brook, Marjorie Rambeau, Peggy Shannon, Charles Starrett, Willard Robertson, John Wray and Frank Sheridan. The film was released on August 29, 1931, by Paramount Pictures.
One Million Heels B.C. (1993)
Dangerous Attractions (2010)
Tushite svet (2008)
Sweet And Hot (1958)
Sweet and Hot is the 186th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1958 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Joe Besser). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
TNA Wrestling: Best of Bloodiest Brawls (2006)
Frozen Justice (1929)
Frozen Justice is a 1929 American partially sound drama film with a synchronized soundtrack featuring music and sound effects directed by Allan Dwan. The picture starred Lenore Ulric in her first sound film and is based on the 1920 novel, Norden For Lov og Ret, by Ejnar Mikkelsen. A shorter, silent version of the film was also released. The film was set in Nome, Alaska during the Klondike Gold Rush in 1898 and 1899.
Both versions are now presumed lost. One reel of the film still exists and is preserved at the Library of Congress.
Ingmar Bergman Bids Farewell to Film (1983)
Shadows of the Supernatural (2005)
Newtonian I (1978)
Markiplier Being Dumb on Stage in Front of 1000 People with Friends at PAX East (2015)
Because of the Wonderful Things It Does: The Legacy of Oz (2005)
Rodney Dangerfield's The Really Big Show (1991)
Prelude 3 (1996)
The Mine with the Iron Door (1936)
The Mine with the Iron Door is a 1936 American adventure film directed by David Howard and starring Richard Arlen, Cecilia Parker and Henry B. Walthall. It is an adaptation of Harold Bell Wright's novel of the same title which had previously been turned into a 1924 silent The Mine with the Iron Door.
The film's sets were designed by the art directors Ben Carré and Lewis J. Rachmil.
Demonator 4 (2015)
My Son's Wedding to My Sister-in-Law (2009)
The Red Right Hand (2001)
The Fighting Generation (1944)
The Fighting Generation is a 1944 propaganda short film or public service announcement produced for the U.S. Treasury Department and intended to boost war bond sales, directed by an uncredited Alfred Hitchcock and starring Jennifer Jones as a nurse's aide.
The film was shot in a single day, on October 9, 1944. Rhonda Fleming and actors Steve Dunhill and Tony Devlin were to appear in the scene, according to a call sheet, but in the end, only Jones appears on-screen.
The film survives in the Academy Film Archive and was preserved in 2008. The film is part of the Academy War Film Collection, one of the largest collections of World War II era short films held outside government archives.
Wrestless: The MPW Documentary (2014)
Boys on Film 3: American Boy (2009)
Mustafa & The Magician (2017)
The kingdom of Basra is ruled by lovable king named Aladdin. Happiness prevails there until the evil magician ZeeZeeBa, uses his nefarious magical powers to turn his enemies to stone and usurp the throne.
Daffy Duck & Egghead (1938)
Daffy Duck & Egghead is a 1937-produced, 1938-released Warner Bros. cartoon in the Merrie Melodies series. It features the early, zany version of Daffy Duck, who spends the film harassing Egghead (later to become Elmer Fudd), marking the second appearance of Daffy Duck (after Porky's Duck Hunt), his first in color, and first where he is given his current name. It includes a set-piece song-and-dance number by Daffy, doing his own variation of "The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down" (later the theme for Looney Tunes).
The Real Revolutionaries (2009)
Silver Range (1946)
Silver Range is a 1946 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by J. Benton Cheney. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Jan Bryant, I. Stanford Jolley, Terry Frost and Eddie Parker. The film was released on November 16, 1946, by Monogram Pictures.
The Lost Trail (1945)
The Lost Trail is a 1945 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by Adele Buffington. This is the seventeenth film in the "Marshal Nevada Jack McKenzie" series, and stars Johnny Mack Brown as Jack McKenzie and Raymond Hatton as his sidekick Sandy Hopkins, with Jennifer Holt, Riley Hill, Kenneth MacDonald and Eddie Parker. The film was released on October 20, 1945, by Monogram Pictures.
The Painting of Horror (1994)
Halloween: Harvest of Souls 1985 (2013)
Legends Never Die (2006)
Foxy and the Weight of the World (2005)
Egyptian Series (1984)
She Mob (1968)
Brain 17 (1982)
Las Marthas (2014)
Das Bus (2003)
Atoms of Uncontrollable Silence (2016)
The Promiscuous Sex (1967)
The Jungle 3D: Magic Of Another World (2012)
Hearst Castle: Building The Dream (1996)
Union Guys (2007)
Rebel Rabbit (1949)
Rebel Rabbit is a 1949 animated short starring Bugs Bunny. It is an anomaly in the Bugs Bunny cartoons—in this one, Bugs is the aggressor having found out that the bounty for rabbits is only two cents and intends to prove that rabbits are tough—even if he has to be "more obnoxious than anybody". Some scenes utilize live action stock footage.
Gypsies, Tramps & Thieves (2006)
The Wandering Company (1984)
The Oven (2014)
Calendar Pin-Up Girls (1966)
The Age of Love (1954)
The Age of Love (Spanish:La edad del amor) is a 1954 Argentine musical comedy film directed by Julio Saraceni and starring Lolita Torres, Alberto Dalbés and Floren Delbene.
Dead American Woman (2013)
After being brought back from the grave (Julie Fabulous) sets out to avenge her death, which was at the hands of snuff film producing religious zealot, Virginia Slim.
Section 8 (2007)
Musical Recordings from the Realm of the Dead (2014)
Land of the Silver Fox (1928)
Land of the Silver Fox is a 1928 American adventure film directed by Ray Enright and written by Howard Smith and Joseph Jackson. The film stars Rin Tin Tin, Leila Hyams, John Miljan, Carroll Nye, Tom Santschi and Neola May. The film was released by Warner Bros. on October 18, 1928.
Bobbed Hair (1925)
Bobbed Hair is a 1925 American silent comedy film produced and distributed by Warner Bros., directed by Alan Crosland, and based on a 1925 novel of the same name written by twenty different authors.
The film stars Marie Prevost, Kenneth Harlan, Louise Fazenda, and Dolores Costello.
Ants in the Pantry (1936)
Ants in the Pantry is the 12th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1936 starring American slapstick comedy team The Three Stooges (Moe Howard, Larry Fine and Curly Howard). The comedians released 190 short films for the studio between 1934 and 1959.
Blow Debris (2000)
Last of the Persimmons (1972)
Taanko Bhid Gayo (2014)
Wifey Redux (2015)
Gastronomic Getaway (1991)
They Just Had to Get Married (1933)
They Just Had to Get Married is a 1932 American pre-Code comedy film directed by Edward Ludwig and starring Slim Summerville, ZaSu Pitts, Roland Young, and Verree Teasdale.
The screenplay was written by Gladys Lehman, H.M. Walker, and an uncredited Preston Sturges, based on the Broadway play A Pair of Silk Stockings (1914) by Cyril Harcourt. This was the play's third film adaptation.
GWAR: The Return of Techno Destructo (1996)
The Square Root of 2 (2015)
Desk Job (2015)
Weekend of Fear (1966)
Speechless: The Polar Realm (2015)
Home of the Wind: A History of Moonsorrow (2017)
Green Dot (2015)
An Education: The Story of a Witness (2018)
The Coast Patrol (1925)
The Coast Patrol is a 1925 silent film action drama directed by Bud Barsky and starring Kenneth MacDonald with an early appearance by Fay Wray. A good example of an independent programmer picture.Prints held at Cineteca Del Friuli, Germona, UCLA Film and TV, and the Library of Congress.
Greetings from Africa (1996)
The Man from Sundown (1939)
The Man from Sundown is a 1939 American Western film directed by Sam Nelson and written by Paul Franklin. The film stars Charles Starrett, Iris Meredith, Richard Fiske, Jack Rockwell, Alan Bridge and Dick Botiller. The film was released on July 15, 1939, by Columbia Pictures.
Official 2013 World Series Film (2013)
The Saturn Avenger vs. the Terror Robot (1996)
Eden Cried (1967)
A Family Circus Easter (1982)
Through the Toils (1919)
Return to Oz: The Joy That Got Away (2007)
Murder in Portland (2002)
3000 Cups of Tea (2016)
Night Raiders (1952)
Night Raiders is a 1952 American film directed by Howard Bretherton using a screenplay by Maurice Tombragel.
The film was written as a star vehicle for Whip Wilson, who portrayed himself in the film. The plot of the film involves Whip saving a town from a corrupt Sheriff and his goons. The film also stars Fuzzy Knight as Tex, Lois Hall as Laura Davis, Tommy Farrell as Jim Dugan, Terry Frost as Mike Lorch, Lane Bradford as Henchman Talbot, and Marshall Reed as Sheriff Ernie Hodkins.
Pope Vs. Hitler (2016)
Surf Noir (2015)
Death by Association (2003)
Wanted: No Master (1939)
The Devil at Lost Creek (2010)
Yay! Planes (2008)
Extra: In the Background of a Dream (2001)