The Playful Pelican (1948)
Mexican Boarders (1962)
Mexican Boarders is a 1962 Looney Tunes cartoon short directed by Friz Freleng. Voice actors are Mel Blanc (doing the voices of Sylvester the Cat and Speedy Gonzales), Daws Butler as the narrator, and uncredited Tom Holland as the voice of Slowpoke Rodriguez.
The cartoon has Sylvester trying to catch Speedy in a house they share in Mexico. Sylvester switches targets when Slowpoke Rodriguez, Speedy's cousin, comes to visit. This is the second and final classic Looney Tunes short (after Mexicali Shmoes) to feature Slowpoke Rodriguez.
Sun Tunnels (1978)
Mr. Shosuke Ohara (1949)
Travelling Circus (1988)
Live from Shiva's Dance Floor (2003)
The Floor Below (1918)
The Floor Below is an American silent film starring Mabel Normand, Tom Moore and Helen Dahl. It was long thought lost, until a print was found "in the estate of a Dutch collector" by the Nederlands Filmmuseum.
Beyond Sorrow, Beyond Pain (1983)
Beyond Sorrow, Beyond Pain (Swedish: Smärtgränsen) is a 1983 Swedish documentary film directed by Agneta Elers-Jarleman. The film won the Guldbagge Award for Best Film at the 20th Guldbagge Awards.
Demon Beast Invasion Volume 2 (1991)
Demon Beast Invasion Volume 3 (1991)
The Discontentment of Ed Telfair (2013)
The Appearance (1996)
One or the Other (2004)
Life 3D: Water, the Element of Life (2013)
This Is John (2003)
Hipnotismo ao Domicílio (1927)
Sigmund Freud (2006)
Where the Lark Sings (1936)
Where the Lark Sings (German:Wo die Lerche singt) is a 1936 musical comedy film directed by Carl Lamac and starring Mártha Eggerth, Alfred Neugebauer and Hans Söhnker. It is an Operetta film, based on the 1918 work Where the Lark Sings by Franz Lehár. The film was a German language co-production between Hungary, Germany and Switzerland
China's Great Wall (2007)
Navigations #1 – #4 (2013)
Night Players (1990)
Santa Barbara (2012)
Song 5 (1964)
Hand Catching Lead (1968)
The Singing Street (1952)
In the Name of Godfather (2003)
Seven Days (2015)
Elmo, the Mighty (1919)
Elmo the Mighty is a 1919 American Western film serial directed by Henry MacRae. The film is now considered to be lost.
Camping, Camping (1977)
Chihuly in the Hotshop (2008)
The Right Side of My Brain (1985)
¡No firmes más letras, cielo! (1972)
A Beauty's Torture (1967)
Who Flung Poo (2004)
The Eighteen Carat Virgin (1971)
Robert. A Fortunate Life (1996)
My days (2011)
Helter Skelter (1929)
Uno bianca (2001)
Willie Nelson and Wynton Marsalis Play the Music of Ray Charles (2009)
Notorious But Nice (1933)
Notorious but Nice is a 1933 Pre-code American sound film drama directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Marian Marsh and Betty Compson. It was produced and distributed by B-Movie studio Chesterfield Motion Pictures.
The film survives, with a copy preserved by The Library of Congress.
A Perilous Proceeding (1901)
The Old Maid Having Her Picture Taken (1901)
Discover Spot (2000)
West of the Pesos (1960)
West of the Pesos is a Merrie Melodies cartoon animated short starring Speedy Gonzales and Sylvester. Released on January 23, 1960, the cartoon is directed by Robert McKimson. The voices were performed by Mel Blanc.
Goo Goo Goliath (1954)
Goo Goo Goliath is a 1954 Merrie Melodies mockumentary cartoon short directed by Friz Freleng, which features the drunk stork (a.k.a. the "steadfastly stinko stork" from Looney Tunes Golden Collection Vol. 6) as the main character.
Kickapoo Juice (1944)
The Goal Rush (1932)
Fair and Worm-er (1946)
Fair and Worm-er is a 1946 Merrie Melodies cartoon short released by Warner Bros. The cartoon was directed by Chuck Jones and featured what might be a brief cameo by Pepé Le Pew.
The cartoon is considered one of Warner Bros.' greatest chase sequence shorts, done largely in silent slapstick. Only a few of the characters actually speak, though some have "title cards" appearing above their heads to represent their thought patterns. This cartoon is considered one of the possible inspirations for the Road Runner vs. Coyote series of shorts produced in the 1950s and beyond.
Changer d'image - Lettre à la bien-aimée (1982)
In Therapy 2 (2015)
The Golden Demon (1937)
Planet Z (2011)
indigo tiger (2007)
Thanks for Sunderland (2012)
John Butler Trio Live At Federation Square (2007)
The Worst Day Ever (2012)
The Overture to 'William Tell' (1947)
City Cat (1992)
Meyer from Berlin (1919)
Meyer from Berlin (German: Meyer aus Berlin) is a 1919 German silent comedy film directed by Ernst Lubitsch and starring Lubitsch, Ossi Oswalda and Ethel Orff. It was part of the Sally series of films featuring Lubitsch as a sharp young Berliner of Jewish heritage. It was Lubitsch's penultimate film as an actor, after 1920 he devoted himself entirely to screenwriting and directing.
All My Crazy Friends 2... A Few More Nuts (2000)
O Aborto dos Outros (2008)
Watch the K Foundation Burn a Million Quid (1995)
Genius. A Night for Ray Charles (2004)
Un domingo feliz (1989)
Taxi Blues (2007)
Dickey Betts & Great Southern: Back Where It All Begins Live At The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame (2005)
I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You (1932)
I'll Be Glad When You're Dead You Rascal You is a 1932 American Pre-Code Fleischer Studios animated short film starring Betty Boop, and featuring Koko the Clown and Bimbo. The cartoon features music by and a special guest appearance from jazz trumpeter Louis Armstrong and his Orchestra playing "You Rascal You". The title of the film comes from the song, written by Sam Theard in 1931. The film is now in the public domain.
Miss Tweedledum (1912)
Boeing - Boeing (1964)
Looking for Bruce Lee (2002)
The Dancing Bear (1937)
Proroki i uroki (1967)
"Here We Come" (2006)
Kokain - Das Tagebuch der Inga L. (1986)
Le pion (1978)
Le Pion is a 1978 French comedy film directed by Christian Gion starring Henri Guybet and Claude Jade.
Bertrand Barabi (Henri Guybet) is a French teacher and deputy supervisor in a school in province. He attended the literary circles of his city and he is despised by his students as the teachers of the institution. Bertrand Barabi lives for the sake of miss Thuillier, professor of French. Dominique Benech (Claude Jade), his lonely neighbor, piano teacher and mother of one of his pupils, who has tender feelings for him, asks him to tutor her son Michel (Mathieu Vermesh). Excited after reading a text by Bertrand, Dominique encourages him to write the novel “Le Pion” (The Pawn). Bertrand continues writing his novel he soon sends to a Parisian publisher. The book is acclaimed. With his pseudonym, Bertrand remains anonymous, but journalists are quick to reveal the identity of the "Prix Goncourt". However, success does not turn the head of Bertrand. And with the help of his students he even ridicules those who wronged him, before rejoining the discrete and tender Dominique who awaits.
Parapsycho - Spektrum der Angst (1975)
Parapsycho – Spectrum of Fear (German: Parapsycho - Spektrum der Angst) is a 1975 Austrian horror film directed by Peter Patzak, starring Marisa Mell, Leon Askin and Debra Berger. Split into three episodes, it uses extrasensory perception, reincarnation and telepathy as its subject matter. Even in the school of New German Cinema, the film was ground breaking for using footage of a real autopsy, beginning with the incision of the body from sternum to pubic bone, rather than recreating the scene using prosthetics or special effects.
A Day in the Dirt (2002)
A Tribute to Alvin Ailey (1990)
King Zilch (1933)
After All These Years (1994)
Pal Christmas (1978)
United Kingdom (1997)
Tragos: A Cyber-Noir Witch Hunt (2000)
Semana Santa (2013)
Paris' Girls (1929)
Mr. Stitches (2006)
Above Us All (2014)
El cerco de Huesca (1937)
Slow Glass (1991)