The Impossible Years (1968)
The Impossible Years is a 1965 comedy play and a 1968 movie, based on the play.
The play was written by Robert Fisher and Arthur Marx, son of famed comedian Groucho Marx. After two previews, the Broadway production, directed by Arthur Storch, opened on October 13, 1965 at the Playhouse Theatre, where it ran for 670 performances. The original cast included Alan King, Sudie Bond, Bert Convy, Neva Small, and Scott Glenn. Sam Levene and Ed McMahon succeeded King later in the run.
Le marginal (1983)
Le Marginal is a French crime film directed by Jacques Deray.
Free of Eden (1999)
A black girl (Sydney Tamiia Poitier) seeks a tutor (Sidney Poitier), hoping a good education will help her escape from a poor housing project.
Revivre is a 2014 South Korean drama film directed by Im Kwon-taek and starring Ahn Sung-ki. It premiered in the Out of Competition section of the 71st Venice International Film Festival in 2014, and was released in South Korean theaters on April 9, 2015.
House of Traps (1982)
House of Traps is a 1982 Shaw Brothers film directed by Chang Cheh, starring the Venom Mob. The story is based on the 19th-century novel The Seven Heroes and Five Gallants.
Juvenile Offender (2012)
Ji-Gu, a 16-year-old teenager, takes care of his grandfather after his parents abandon him at an early age. He is sent to a detention center after a run-in with the police and learns his mother has returned to bail him out.
No Place To Hide (1992)
No Place to Hide is a 1993 American detective film written and directed by Richard Danus and starring Kris Kristofferson. The film was notable for an early appearance by Drew Barrymore in the central role of a murdered ballerina (Lydie Denier)'s younger sister.
Yamaguchi-gumi gaiden: Kyushu shinko-sakusen (1977)
Tokyo's most notorious assassin soon finds himself hunted by some brutal criminals during a gang war.
Wiener-Dog is a 2016 American comedy-drama film directed and written by Todd Solondz. Starring an ensemble cast led by Ellen Burstyn, Kieran Culkin, Julie Delpy, Danny DeVito, Greta Gerwig, Tracy Letts, and Zosia Mamet, the film serves as a spin-off from Solondz's 1995 film Welcome to the Dollhouse, which also features the character of Dawn Wiener.
The film had its world premiere at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival on January 22, 2016. before receiving a limited release on June 24, 2016, by Amazon Studios and IFC Films.
Love Me Do (2015)
A twisted love affair between an investment banker and an out-of-work actor drives them to commit a terrible crime.
Train Birds (1998)
Trains'n'Roses is a 1998 German-Finnish romantic comedy film directed by Peter Lichtefeld.
Captain Sabertooth (2003)
Tiny is a loyal but ambitious galley boy who longs to become a full-fledged pirate. Hoping to prove that he has what it takes, he joins fearsome Capt. Sabertooth and his scurvy crew as they set sail in search of lost treasure. However, the voyage leads Tiny to a dilemma that puts him in direct conflict with Capt. Sabertooth.
The Curtain Rises (1938)
The Curtain Rises is a 1938 French crime film directed by Marc Allégret and starring Louis Jouvet, Claude Dauphin and Odette Joyeux.
Manuela and Manuel (2007)
A drag queen exchanges a gown and heels for a suit and tie to help a pregnant friend.
Elias and The Treasure of the Sea (2010)
Elias the boat searches for underwater treasure to save the coastal community Cozy Cove.
A 29-year-old Iranian-American writer moves back into his mother's Orange County home to nurse a broken heart and recapture his creativity.
The Fallow Field (2009)
Matt wakes up in the middle of nowhere with no memory. As he slowly regains his memories, he finds his destiny linked with a farmer.
Asleep in a Storm (2013)
Two college students (John Sikma, Sam Leuenberger) battle over intellectual superiority after one insults the other's pride.
The Owners (2014)
A woman (Rosario Blefari) develops an attraction to a farmworker (Sergio Prina) after moving to her father's estate.
Violet's Visit (1997)
A 15-year-old runaway (Rebecca Smart) reunites with her father (Graham Harvey), who now lives with a gay lover (David Franklin).
Four Women (1975)
Four tales revolve around a prostitute, a virgin (Geethu Mohandas), a housewife (Manju Pillai) and an engaged woman (Nandita Das).
Battles Without Honor and Humanity (1973)
Battles Without Honor and Humanity (Japanese: 仁義なき戦い, Hepburn: Jingi Naki Tatakai) is a 1973 Japanese yakuza film directed by Kinji Fukasaku. The screenplay by Kazuo Kasahara adapts a series of newspaper articles by journalist Kōichi Iiboshi, that were rewrites of a manuscript originally written by real-life yakuza Kōzō Minō. It is the first film in a five-part series that Fukasaku made in a span of just two years.
The violent, documentary-like film chronicles the underworld tribulations of Shozo Hirono (Bunta Sugawara), a young ex-soldier and street thug in post-war Hiroshima Prefecture. Starting in the open-air black markets of bombed-out Hiroshima in 1946, the film spans a period of more than ten years. The plot consists of a changing of the guard of new families and organizations with the same feuds and people, punctuated by the gritty violence.
Battles Without Honor and Humanity won the 1974 Kinema Junpo Awards for Best Film, Best Actor (Bunta Sugawara) and Best Screenplay (Kazuo Kasahara). In 2009, the magazine named it fifth on a list of the Top 10 Japanese Films of All Time. Due to the series' commercial and critical popularity it was followed by another three-part series, New Battles Without Honor and Humanity. The film is often called the "Japanese Godfather," and marks a departure from traditional yakuza movies which had, for the most part, been tales of chivalry set in pre-war Japan. The overall tone of the series is bleak, violent and chaotic, expressing the futility of the struggles between yakuza families. In the western market it is also known under the titles Tarnished Code of Yakuza (Australia), War Without a Code, and The Yakuza Papers.
Church Ball (2006)
Church Ball is a 2006 comedy film about a basketball team from a ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). This family-film and comedy was filmed in and around Provo, Utah and is distributed by Halestorm Entertainment.
The Barnyard Concert (1930)
Conductor Mickey Mouse and his animal friends put on a concert.
Visions of Sugarplums (2001)
A confused young man, just out of the proverbial gay closet, must choose between his lover of nine months and his ultra-religious parents on Christmas Eve.
Dance, Girl, Dance (1933)
Dance Girl Dance is a 1933 American musical film directed by Frank Strayer from an original screenplay by Robert Ellis. The picture stars Alan Dinehart, Evalyn Knapp, and Edward Nugent, and premiered on September 1, 1933.
Night Train (1998)
Night Train is a 1998 Irish romantic thriller directed by John Lynch. Starring John Hurt and Brenda Blethyn, the film follows an ex-prisoner with a passion for electric trains and the Orient Express. In his attempts at starting a new life, he finds refuge in the house of a possessive old lady, played by Pauline Flanagan. Things begin to get complicated when he falls for the lady's daughter and he faces the ultimate question of catching the night train or taking charge of his life like an adult. Lynch was nominated for a Crystal Star for the work at his debut feature at the Brussels International Film Festival. John Hurt won the Best Actor award at the Verona Love Screens Film Festival for his performance.
A woman behaves like a man and is loved and hated by the neighborhood.
Cherry Tree (2015)
Faith’s world is turned upside down after she finds out that her beloved father is dying. When the mysteriously alluring Sissy Young becomes her field hockey coach, Faith finds a compassionate spirit and much-needed mother figure. Little does she know that Sissy is the head of a centuries-old witches’ coven that uses the fruit of an ancient cherry tree in a secret ritual that restores life to the dead and dying.
The Curious Adventures of Mr. Wonderbird (1953)
Wonderbird helps a chimney sweep and a shepherdess escape from a dictator.
Demons 2 (1986)
There's a scary movie on television and the residents of a luxury high-rise building have their eyes glued to their sets. Unfortunately for a young birthday girl, an eternal demonic evil is released through her TV and partygoers soon find themselves fighting an army of murderous monsters! Acid blood, demonic dogs, possessed children and rampaging zombies wreak havoc for the trapped tenants! Starring Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni (Dario Argento's OPERA), Bobby Rhodes (DEMONS), and a young Asia Argento in her very first film role, DEMONS 2 is a jaw-droppingly gory film from the golden age of Italian splatter films! Features an amazing soundtrack of 80s rock/heavy metal by The Smiths, The Cult, Dead Can Dance, Art of Noise, Peter Murphy and MORE!
In 1977, during the Argentinian dictatorship, a former Navy pilot disobeys orders and becomes a fugitive. While hiding out in a small town, his presence catches the attention of the corrupt and violent local marshal.
Wild Australia: The Edge (1996)
Filmmaker John Weiley examines natural vistas in Australia, including canyons, rivers and waterfalls.
Antisocial 2 (2015)
During the search for her child, Sam is captured and locked up in a facility dedicated to eradicating the Redroom virus. In between torture sessions, Sam tries to escape the facility before the virus fully uploads and unleashes its final attack.
Meeting Daddy (2000)
Called back to Georgia to tend to her failing father (Lloyd Bridges), a Los Angelean (Alexandra Wentworth) asks a new boyfriend (Josh Charles) to join her.
Thirst is a 1979 Australian vampire film by Rod Hardy. It stars Australian actors Chantal Contouri and Max Phipps and British actor David Hemmings. It has been described as a blend of vampire and science fiction genres, influenced by the 1973 film Soylent Green as well as drawing on the vampire folklore of Elizabeth Báthory – one of several vampire films in the 1970s to do so.
The Great Manhunt (1950)
State Secret is a 1950 British drama film directed by Sidney Gilliat and starring Douglas Fairbanks Jr., Jack Hawkins, Glynis Johns, Olga Lowe and Herbert Lom. It was made at Isleworth Studios. It was released in the United States under the title The Great Manhunt.
Das Arche Noah Prinzip (1984)
The Noah's Ark Principle (German: Das Arche Noah Prinzip) is a 1984 West German science fiction film written and directed by Roland Emmerich as his thesis at the Hochschule für Fernsehen und Film München (HFF).
While his fellow students typically raised and spent 20,000 Deutsche Mark for their final work, Emmerich managed to collect a budget of 1,200,000 DM (around US$600,000).
This film, shot in color with mono sound, received a rating of 12 in West Germany, and was sold to 20 countries. It was submitted to the 34th Berlin International Film Festival and received some acclaim for technical skill and special effects, but won no prizes.
Wesley Willis's Joyrides (2008)
The life and work of rock musician Willis.
Passion is a 1954 American Western film directed by Allan Dwan and written by Howard Estabrook, Beatrice A. Dresher and Joseph Lejtes. The film stars Cornel Wilde, Yvonne De Carlo, Raymond Burr, Lon Chaney Jr., Rodolfo Acosta and John Qualen. The film was released on October 6, 1954, by RKO Pictures.
Hotel Inferno (2013)
A contract killer is caught in a bloody nightmare after he's tricked into following a target to a hotel that houses an ancient, unstoppable horror.
An East Los Angeles juvenile delinquent (Lou Diamond Phillips) is sent for his own good to an ex-biker's Texas ranch.
Swamp Devil (2008)
Swamp Devil is a 2008 Canadian horror film directed by David Winning, and stars Bruce Dern, Cindy Sampson and Nicolas Wright. It is the 13th film of the Maneater Series.
American Wilderness (1970)
The survey includes a giant polar bear, wild stallions, bighorn sheep, rams butting and bear cubs playing.
Thillu Mullu (1981)
Thillu Mullu is a 1981 Indian Tamil-language comedy film directed by K. Balachander and produced by Kalakendra Movies. The film stars Rajinikanth, Thengai Srinivasan, Nagesh, Poornam Vishwanathan, Sowcar Janaki, Madhavi and Viji Chandrasekhar. It is a remake of the 1979 Hindi film Gol Maal directed by Hrishikesh Mukherjee. The soundtrack and score were composed by M. S. Viswanathan while the lyrics were written by Kannadasan.
Dr. Who and the Daleks (1965)
Dr. Who and the Daleks is a 1965 British science fiction film directed by Gordon Flemyng and written by Milton Subotsky, and the first of two films based on the British science-fiction television series Doctor Who. It stars Peter Cushing as Dr. Who, Roberta Tovey as Susan, Jennie Linden as Barbara, and Roy Castle as Ian. It was followed by Daleks – Invasion Earth: 2150 A.D. (1966).
The story is based on the Doctor Who television serial The Daleks, produced by the BBC. Filmed in Technicolor, it is the first Doctor Who story to be made in colour and in a widescreen format. The film was not intended to form part of the ongoing storylines of the television series. Elements from the programme are used, however, such as various characters, the Daleks and a police box time machine, albeit in re-imagined forms.
Flash and the Firecat (1976)
Two thrill-seekers team up for a high-speed joyride that arouses the attention of an army of police officers.
Beautiful City (2004)
The Beautiful City (Persian: شهر زیبا /Shahr-e Ziba/) is a 2004 Iranian film directed by Asghar Farhadi.
Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant (1942)
Dr. Gillespie's New Assistant is a 1942 feature film from MGM in their long-running Dr. Kildare series. Directed by Willis Goldbeck, it introduced two new doctors, Dr. Randall Adams (Van Johnson) and Dr. Lee Wong How (Keye Luke).
The Delicious Little Devil (1919)
The Delicious Little Devil is a 1919 American silent comedy-drama film starring Mae Murray and Rudolph Valentino. A 35 mm print of the film is housed at the EYE Film Instituut Nederland, Nederlands Filmmuseum.
The Shop (2014)
Friends get into trouble when one inherits his uncle's Mustang and finds $20 million in diamonds in the engine.
Lucky Loser (2012)
Filip ruins everything he touches but sets out with a compulsive liar to find a better fortune. The journey is muddled by all the lies until Filip saves his beloved Hanicka from an evil man.
Hobgoblins is a 1988 American low-budget independent comedy horror film directed, written, and produced by Rick Sloane, who also served as cinematographer and editor. The plot concerns small, often considered cheaply designed and made hobgoblins (small demon like mythical and goblin-like creatures).
Often seen as a rip-off of "every small monster movie," but mainly Gremlins, the film is generally considered to be of exceptionally poor quality, and has come to be regarded as one of the worst films ever made. It has become a cult film because of its poor quality, and earned infamy after it was featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000.
Highway Dragnet (1954)
Highway Dragnet is a 1954 film noir B film crime film directed by Nathan Juran from a story by U.S. Anderson and Roger Corman. The film stars Richard Conte, Joan Bennett and Wanda Hendrix.
Up Goes Maisie (1946)
Up Goes Maisie is a 1946 American comedy film produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as the ninth of ten films starring Ann Sothern as ex-showgirl Maisie Ravier. In this series entry, Maisie goes to work for an inventor played by George Murphy.
Manu, a young boy who loves comics, tags along with his big brother Albert. When Albert decides to undergo a magic ritual, Manu realizes there are real powers that rival even those of super heroes.
Imber's Left Hand (2014)
Diagnosed with ALS, artist Jon Imber continues to paint portraits.
Good Times (2007)
Two country girls dream of freedom and love.
25 to Life (2014)
A young man keeps his HIV status a secret for over 25 years, and seeks redemption for his promiscuous past.
Headhunter is a 2009 Danish thriller film directed by Rumle Hammerich.
Final Approach (2007)
Final Approach is an action/thriller TV movie that premiered on Hallmark Channel on May 24, 2008. The ensemble cast is led by Dean Cain as disgraced FBI hostage negotiator Jack Bender.
Spirit Game: Pride of a Nation (2017)
Lacrosse originated with the Iroquois, which they call their "medicine game," and is the lifeblood of their Nation. The Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Team is not only among the world's best, but ambassadors for their Nation's sovereignty and recognition. In 2015, the Iroquois hosted the World Championships on Native soil for the first time ever, in which history, politics and culture all collided on the playing field before the eyes of the world.
Good Mourning, Lucille (2014)
A young woman investigates her twin sister's killer and captures the suspects on camera.
Wall of Noise (1963)
Wall of Noise is a 1963 American drama film directed by Richard Wilson and written by Joseph Landon. The film stars Suzanne Pleshette, Ty Hardin, Dorothy Provine, Ralph Meeker, Simon Oakland and Jimmy Murphy. The film was released by Warner Bros. on September 4, 1963.
Memron is a 2004 "mockumentary" film inspired by the Enron scandal. This improv film stars Mike McShane as the corrupt Memron executive, and also features Claire Forlani, Tim Bagley, John Lehr and Evie Peck. The film was written, directed and produced by Nancy Hower, and won several awards at various film festivals.
Mutant snakes survived a terrorist attack on a government laboratory, and they now threaten the town of Santa Mira Springs, California. Seismic activity has brought snakes to the surface, where residents are being bitten. Victims can transmit the virus to healthy persons. The military puts the town under quarantine. Local physicians try to control the epidemic, while the military is primarily concerned with keeping the virus a secret.
When the ominous paintings of an obsessed artist begin to manifest themselves in the physical realm, the increasing realism of the bizarre manifestations find the artist and his girlfriend transported to a terrifying South American castle.
Are You In The House Alone? (1978)
Are You in the House Alone? is a 1978 American made-for-television horror film directed by Walter Grauman. The film is based on the 1976 novel of the same name written by Richard Peck. It originally aired on CBS on September 20, 1978.
Leaving on the 15th Spring (2013)
Yuno worries for her father as she prepares to leave Minamidaito Island to attend high school.
The Delivery Guy (2013)
Alexey (Alexander Plaksin), a pizza deliverer, is offered a large sum of money to pay for his father's medical treatments by carrying out a mob hit.
The Night Visitor 2: Heather's Story (2016)
A special girl has to protect her family and the planet from an other-worldly being.
What's Eating Todd? (2016)
When a birthday boy goes missing from a campout, his friends fear he has been taken by a flesh-eating freak.
Once My Mother (2014)
A filmmaker investigates the circumstances that led to her mother abandoning her, and learns about her mother's wartime escape from a Siberian gulag.
Blind Eye (2007)
A former lawman (Levi Oliver) uncovers a conspiracy while investigating the disappearance of his daughter.
The Heat's On (1943)
The Heat's On (1943) is a musical movie starring Mae West, William Gaxton, and Victor Moore, and released by Columbia Pictures.
The Ghost of Saint Aubin (2011)
A Detroit gangster searches for his missing girlfriend with the help of a mysterious doctor and uncovers a dark mystery that plagues the city.
Power and Impotence, a Drama in 3 Acts (2014)
Common men get access to power to try to challenge the system from within.
Dry is a 2014 Nigerian drama film directed by Stephanie Linus and starring Stephanie Okereke, Liz Benson, William McNamara, Darwin Shaw and Paul Sambo. On 20 July 2013, a teaser trailer for the film was released, in response to the Child marriage controversy ongoing in Nigeria at the time.
The film's theme focuses on Vesicovaginal fistula condition and underaged marriage among young women, narrating the story of a thirteen-year-old girl, Halima (Zubaida Ibrahim Fagge), whose poor uneducated parents marry her off to Sani (Tijjani Faraga), a 60-year-old man, who constantly rapes her. Halima gets pregnant and suffers Vesicovaginal Fistula (VVF) after child delivery; she's consequently abandoned by her husband and discriminated against in the society. Zara (Stephanie Okereke), a medical doctor who also suffered a horrific childhood meets Halima; she tries to help her get through her situation and also save other young women under such circumstance.
The Magic Snowflake (2013)
The new Santa is a seven year-old boy. Will his first Christmas on the job be a success? This time it's official: Nicolas is the new Santa - a big job for someone who's only seven years old. Two days before his first big night, Nicolas has to handle a major crisis: the magic of Christmas seems to be disappearing around the world and it looks like it's Nicolas's fault. Indeed, thinking he needed to act like an adult to meet his new responsibilities, Nicolas contracted the illness of those who want to grow up too fast: Grown-up-allosis. The Council of Retired Santas is forced to relieve him of his duties and appoint an experienced Santa who will be able to manage the delivery in time. To get his job back, Nicolas must regain the innocence, freshness and carefree attitude of his childhood.
The Unwinking Gaze: The Inside Story of the Dalai Lama's Struggle for Tibet (2008)
The Dalai Lama struggles to negotiate Tibetan peace with China and ponders a successor.
Le cousin (1997)
Le Cousin is a 1997 French film directed by Alain Corneau.
Howling III (1987)
Howling III (also known as Howling III: The Marsupials and The Marsupials: The Howling III) is a 1987 Australian horror sequel to The Howling, directed by Philippe Mora and filmed on location in and around Sydney, Australia. Starring Barry Otto, Imogen Annesley and Max Fairchild, Howling III is the only PG-13 rated entry in the Howling series. The film has several subplots including scientists experimenting on werewolves, a young werewolf woman Jerboa searching for a better life, and soldiers hunting them.
Although Gary Brandner, author of the Howling novel series, approved the director's purchase of the right to the name The Howling and the screen credits claim that it is based on Brandner's novel The Howling III: Echoes, the novel is set in the United States and has a different story to the film with only slight similarities in terms of plot and a sympathetic view of werewolves. This aspect would be revisited in Howling VI: The Freaks.
In a post-apocalyptic, plague-ridden world, a man and woman face unimaginable horrors when he suddenly becomes infected, and the only cure slowly drives him insane.
The Legend of Hillbilly John (1974)
A wandering ballad singer in the Appalachian Mountains is transported back in time by an ugly creature.
Based on the novel by Elio Vittorini.
Il viandante (2001)
Based on the novel by Elio Vittorini.
FAQs is a 2005 LGBT-themed independent film. It was written and directed by Everett Lewis. The film tells the story of a group of young queer kids who have been discarded by straight society. They come together to form a de facto family under the wing of an African American vigilante drag queen named Destiny.
FAQs premiered at the 2005 Philadelphia International Gay & Lesbian Film Festival and had a limited theatrical release in 2006. While mainstream critics praised a number of the performances and certain aspects of the film, generally critical response was negative.
First Prize (2014)
After finding a dinosaur in the woods, a boy has a hard time getting people to believe his story until he brings the creature to show and tell.
Bye Bye Blackbird (2005)
Bye Bye Blackbird is a 2005 Drama film directed by Robinson Savary and starring James Thiérrée, Derek Jacobi and Izabella Miko.
The Secret of Anastasia (1997)
Journey back in time to the land of Russia, and follow the story of beautiful Anastasia. She has grown up alone in the world, with only the companionship of four magical musical instruments. Anastasia carries a secret about her true identity... a secret which takes her and the instruments on a wonderful adventure.
Comedy of Errorz (2013)
Davon, an aspiring filmmaker, turns to a pimp to help guide him in the right direction after he grows tired of seeing Hollywood's unrealistic urban films.
Not a Penny More, Not a Penny Less (1990)
An Oxford professor (Ed Begley Jr.) and three other investors get even with a Boston swindler (Edward Asner).
Taking a look at the strength, humor and heartaches of eight Brazilian Paralympic athletes.
This Woman Is Dangerous (1952)
This Woman Is Dangerous is a 1952 American film noir crime-drama by Warner Bros. starring Joan Crawford, David Brian, and Dennis Morgan in a story about a gun moll's romances with two different men. The screenplay by Geoffrey Homes and George Worthing Yates was based on a story by Bernard Girard. The film was directed by Felix E. Feist and produced by Robert Sisk. Soon after the film was released, Crawford left Warner Bros. studio.
In 1973, during the "Legendary Ladies" show at Town Hall, when asked, "Which one of your films do you regret making?" Joan Crawford told the audience that she considered This Woman Is Dangerous her worst film.
The Dragonphoenix Chronicles: Indomitable (2013)
A savage warrior begins a perilous journey back to his homeland while being hunted by his former masters.
Murdered Innocence (1996)
Murdered Innocence is a 1995 film directed by Frank Coraci.
Their Own Desire (1929)
Their Own Desire is a 1929 American Pre-Code romantic drama film starring Norma Shearer, Belle Bennett, Lewis Stone, Robert Montgomery, and Helene Millard. The film was adapted by James Forbes and Frances Marion from the novel by Sarita Fuller, and was directed by E. Mason Hopper.
Shearer was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress, but lost to herself, for The Divorcee.
Do You Take This Stranger? (1971)
A man (Gene Barry) schemes to collect $1 million by having a dying man (Lloyd Bridges) assume his identity on a trip around the world.
Everything We Loved (2014)
Everything We Loved is a 2014 New Zealand drama film written and directed by Max Currie. It won Best Actress and Best Screenplay at the 2014 New Zealand Film Awards.
If A Body Meets A Body (1945)
If a Body Meets a Body is the 86th short film released by Columbia Pictures in 1945 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.