Man of the House (1936)

Gerald McBoing! Boing! on Planet Moo (1956)

While meeting a new friend, Gerald is abducted by aliens and whisked to the planet Moo.

Operación cabaretera (1967)

Op Hop/Hop Op (1966)

Beach House (1982)

The Child Molester (1964)

Renegades of the Sage (1949)

Crazy English (1999)

Crazy English is a 1999 Chinese documentary directed by Zhang Yuan. The film premiered along with Zhang's Seventeen Years at the 1999 Locarno International Film Festival. It established Zhang's position as a "legitimate" director after years of working independently from, and often at odds with, the Chinese authorities.

Judging Japan (2016)

Last Affair (1983)

I Tawt I Taw a Puddy Tat (2011)

Poor old Sylvester he never seems to be smart enough to outwit Tweety.

Citizen Tanouye (2005)

Iwo Jima: Red Blood, Black Sand (1995)

Kalabaliken i Bender (1983)

High Over the Borders (1942)

Henry Browne, Farmer (1942)

Henry Browne, Farmer is an American short propaganda film produced in 1942 about African-American contributions to the war effort during World War II. It is narrated by Canada Lee.

Derrick contre Superman (1992)

Warclouds in the Pacific (1941)

Warclouds in the Pacific is a 20-minute 1941 Canadian documentary film, part of the Canada Carries On series of short films by the National Film Board of Canada. The film was produced, written and directed by Stuart Legg and narrated by Lorne Greene. Warclouds in the Pacific, which warned of an imminent Japanese attack, was released just one week before the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Soldiers of the Sky (1941)

Soldiers of the Sky is a 1941 American short documentary film directed by Earl Allvine. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.

Arnes Nachlass (2013)

The Golden Nazi Vampire of Absam: Part II - The Secret of Kottlitz Castle (2007)

The World of Silence (2006)

Mademoiselle Strip-tease (1957)

Vovka v Tridevyatom tsarstve (1965)

Liebesspiele junger Mädchen (1972)

Face to the Wind (1950)

The Name Was Carlos Gardel (1949)

First Aiders (1944)

Guttersnipes (1974)

Koncertisszimo (1968)

Ridin' the Outlaw Trail (1951)

Crioulo Doido (1971)

The Silent Avenger (1927)

The Silent Avenger is a 1927 American silent action film directed by James P. Hogan and starring Charles Delaney, Duane Thompson and George Chesebro.

Tony Runs Wild (1926)

Tony Runs Wild is a 1926 American silent action-adventure Western film directed by Tom Buckingham and starring Tom Mix, Tony the Horse, Jacqueline Logan, Lawford Davidson, Duke R. Lee, and Vivien Oakland. The film was released by Fox Film Corporation on April 18, 1926.

Gas (1944)

Gas is an animated short, directed by Chuck Jones and first released in May, 1944. It features Private Snafu learning the value of a gas mask in warfare. The cartoon was produced by Warner Bros. Cartoons. The script writers for the Snafu cartoons were typically uncredited, though animation historians consider that several of them were written or co-written by Dr. Seuss and Munro Leaf.

Make Believe Revue (1935)

Make Believe Revue is a 1935 Color Rhapsodies short produced by Screen Gems and distributed by Columbia Pictures.

The Unforseen (1917)

The Unforseen is a lost 1917 silent film drama directed by John B. O'Brien and starring Olive Tell and David Powell. It was distributed through the Mutual Film Company. It is based on a 1903 Broadway play, The Unforeseen(spelling of play varies from the film), by Robert Marshall.

Baton Bunny (1959)

Baton Bunny is a Bugs Bunny cartoon of the Looney Tunes series, produced in 1958 and released in January 10, 1959. It shows Bugs conducting an orchestra - with a fly bothering him. Bugs conducts, and in part, plays the overture to "Ein Morgen, ein Mittag und Abend in Wien" ", a composition by Franz von Suppé. Though Mel Blanc was credited for vocal characterizations, there is no dialogue in the short; the only vocal effect made was when an audience member is heard coughing. This is the third and last Bugs Bunny cartoon where Bugs is silent. Or, nearly silent; at one point, he 'shushes' the brass. This is also the last cartoon to get a Merrie Melodies Blue Ribbon reissue in 1968.

Odor-Able Kitty (1945)

Odor-able Kitty is a 1945 Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Chuck Jones. It is notable as the first appearance of Pepé Le Pew. The scriptwriter was Tedd Pierce. Chuck Jones, a co-creator for the character, also credited Michael Maltese with contributing to the character concept.

Justine: Crazy Love (1995)

The Adventures of Justine is a series of seven erotic feature films and television films featuring Daneen Boone as the heroine Justine Wilkenson.

Mangamma Sapatham (1965)

Mangamma Sapadham is a 1965 Telugu Swashbuckler film, produced by D. V. S. Raju under the D. V. S. Productions banner and directed by B. Vittalacharya. It stars N. T. Rama Rao, Jamuna in the lead roles and music composed by T. V. Raju. The film is a remake of the 1943 Tamil film of the same name.

Trapped in the Closet: Chapters 13-22 (2007)

Trapped in the Closet is a 2007 musical comedy-drama film directed by R. Kelly and Jim Swaffield and written by Kelly based on the song of the same name. Released in August 21, 2007, the film follows protagonist Sylvester, a man who in order not to get caught cheating decides to hide in his affair's closet.

Twisted Issues (1988)

Twisted Issues is a 1988 splatter film billed as a 'psycho-punk splatter-comedy'. It featured Gainesville, Florida punk bands such as Psychic Violents, Young Pioneers, Mutley Chix, Doldrums, Just Demigods, Cindy Brady's Lisp, Officer Friendly, and the Smegmas, as well as local speed metal band Hellwitch and avantgarde incidental music by The Bill Perry Orchestra. Director Charles Pinion went on to make several other underground movies.

The Sagebrusher (1920)

The Sagebrusher is a 1920 American silent western film directed by Edward Sloman and starring Roy Stewart, Marguerite De La Motte and Noah Beery.

Luminaris (2011)

Luminaris is a 2011 short film directed by Juan Pablo Zaramella, which uses the pixilation technique to blend real actors with animated objects. The film won awards at 324 international film festivals, including the Woodstock Film Festival and Annecy International Animated Film Festival. It won the FIPRESCI prize and made the shortlist for the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film. The film incorporates several styles, such as art deco, tango, surrealism, and neorealism. The production of the film took more than 2 years and a half, due to the difficult of combining pixilation with the natural sunlight moving.

The Flying Car (2002)

The Flying Car is a six-minute 2002 short film written and directed by Kevin Smith. It stars Brian O'Halloran and Jeff Anderson as the View Askewniverse characters Dante Hicks and Randal Graves, who were introduced in Clerks.

T.V. of Tomorrow (1953)

The T.V. of Tomorrow is a 1953 animated theatrical short directed by Tex Avery. It was part of series of cartoons Avery did satirizing technology of the future which included: The House of Tomorrow, The Car of Tomorrow, and The Farm of Tomorrow. These were parodies of live action promotional films that were commonly shown in theaters at the time.

Iron to Gold (1922)

Iron to Gold is a lost 1922 American silent western film produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation. Based on a short story by Max Brand, writing as George Owen Baxter, the film starred Dustin Farnum and was directed by Bernard J. Durning.

Naukari (1954)

Naukri (Job) was a 1954 Bollywood film directed by Bimal Roy for Bimal Roy Productions. The lead actors were Kishore Kumar and Sheila Ramani. This film is about the dreams and aspirations of the educated youth getting shattered as they struggle in the city for employment, in the ensuing years after India attained independence. Naukri and Baap Beti (1954) are cited as "sensitive" and "memorable" films from Roy. In Naukri, Bimal Roy tackles yet another social problem, this time involving unemployment. Naukri is one of the earliest films where Kishore Kumar first gained prominence. Since his comic persona had not yet fully developed, Naukri sees a sincere, sensitive and restrained performance from him.

Waiting (1991)

From Australia, an irreverent comedy of errors and expectations in which Clare, artist and mother-to-be, becomes the subject of a grand plan. In her isolated farmhouse in an idyllic bush setting, she awaits what she hopes will be the perfect home birth, while her three girlfriends with their various men, children and animals, converge from all directions to assist.

Out of Darkness (2004)

Help Wanted (1939)

All American Bully (2015)

Breaking Trail (2011)

Warning! There are no shots of helicopters filming other helicopters or hankie-clad 16-year-olds hepped up on energy drinks. You will find dedicated individuals who enjoy hiking out into the unknown in search of turns and adventure.

Über Wasser: Menschen und gelbe Kanister (2007)

Pelle der Eroberer (1986)

The Killing House (2018)

Grenzland (2018)

Serdar Somuncu - Der Hassprediger liest Bild (2009)

Bugarach (2014)

Watch Out Gringo! Sabata Will Return (1972)

Watch Out Gringo! Sabata Will Return is a 1972 Spanish western film directed by Alfonso Balcázar and Pedro Luis Ramírez, scored by Piero Piccioni and starring Vittorio Richelmy, George Martin and Fernando Sancho. It is produced by Balcázar Producciones Cinematográficas and Empire Films.

What a Circus! (2017)

Lyckligare kan ingen vara (2018)

Maundy Thursday (2006)

Maundy Thursday is a 2006 South Korean film directed by Song Hae-sung based on a bestselling novel by Gong Ji-young. Starring Gang Dong-won and Lee Na-young, the film is about a convicted murderer awaiting execution, and the bond he forms with a suicidal young woman who starts visiting him in jail every Thursday.

Labyrinth (2003)

Timecrafters: The Treasure of Pirate's Cove (2021)

The Purple Mist (2019)

Just the Facts: Declaration of Independence (2004)

Unstoppable Marriage (2007)

Unstoppable Marriage is a 2007 South Korean romantic comedy film. It stars veteran actors Kim Soo-mi and Im Chae-moo alongside popstar and television actress Eugene and Ha Seok-jin. The film is Eugene's big screen debut, and is also the directorial debut of Kim Seong-wook, who previously worked as an assistant director on other films such as Fun Movie (2002), My Teacher, Mr. Kim (2003) and Lovely Rivals (2004).

Here Comes Garfield (1982)

Here Comes Garfield is a 1982 animated television special based on the comic strip Garfield by Jim Davis. It was the first half-hour Garfield TV special. It is directed by Phil Roman and features Lorenzo Music as the voice of Garfield the house cat, as well as the voices of Sandy Kenyon, Henry Corden and Gregg Berger.

Tales From The Far Side (1994)

Gary Larson's Tales From the Far Side is an animated short film created in 1994 by Gary Larson, based on his The Far Side comic strip. It was first shown as a Halloween special on CBS television, and later it was awarded the Grand Prix at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival.

My Wrongs 8245-8249 And 117 (2002)

My Wrongs #8245–8249 & 117 is the first film by Chris Morris, starring Paddy Considine as a mentally disturbed man taking care of a friend's Doberman Pinscher while she's away. The dog talks to him and convinces the nameless protagonist that he is on trial for everything he's done wrong in his life, and the dog is his lawyer. Unfortunately, the dog tends to make things worse for him, and the man's life falls further into disrepair.

A Legendary Love (2004)

Puteri Gunung Ledang is a 2004 Malaysian epic fantasy period film directed by Saw Teong Hin. The film is based on the Malay legend of the Gunung Ledang princess, who is said to have lived on top of Gunung Ledang, and a Malaccan Sultan's effort to court her. The film stars Tiara Jacquelina, M. Nasir and Adlin Aman Ramlie.

Sorry Apple (2005)

Sa-kwa is the debut film of South Korean director Kang Yi-kwan. Premiered at the 2005 Toronto International Film Festival, although not released in South Korea until late 2008. This subtle, introspective drama of shifting moods—with acute observation of the dynamics of relationships.

Spring of Life (2000)

Spring of Life is a 2000 Czech film directed by Milan Cieslar.

Xenogenesis (1978)

Xenogenesis is a 1978 American science fiction short film that was the directorial debut of James Cameron.

Bølle-Bob (1998)

Gottes mächtige Dienerin (2012)

Histoires d'A (1974)

Figlio delle stelle (1979)

The Red Spectacles (1987)

The Red Spectacles is a 1987 Japanese film directed by Mamoru Oshii, co-written with Kazunori Ito, and starring Shigeru Chiba and Mako Hyodo.

Policía (1987)

Sista ringen (1955)

Sale Temps Pour Les Mouches (1966)

Ozzie of the Mounted (1928)

Láska z pasáze (1984)

The Last Bomb (1945)

The Last Bomb was a 1945 propaganda film mainly concerning the conventional phase of the bombing of Japan in 1945. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

L'hiver (1969)

Separações (2003)

City Hunter: Bay City Wars (1990)

The Bird Preachers (2005)

The Hell's Gate (1989)

9/11: The Road to Tyranny (2002)

No. 1 (2011)

The Journey: Mère Océan (2016)

Max Takes a Bath (1910)

The Domino Effect (2012)

Los árboles mueren de pie (1951)

Der Bockerer 2 (1996)

Musik, Musik - da wackelt die Penne (1970)