Twenty Years After (1944)
Blood Diamonds (2006)
Dr. Ha-Ha (1966)
Still Life (2012)
African Pride (2014)
The End Of Summer (1959)
I Am Your Grandma (2011)
Joy Electric: Picturebook (2003)
Braving Alaska (1993)
A Fairy Tale (2011)
City Dump: The Story of the 1951 CCNY Basketball Scandal (1998)
City Dump: The Story of the 1951 CCNY Basketball Scandal is a 1998 documentary film by George Roy and Steven Hilliard Stern, produced by Black Canyon Productions, and HBO Sports about the CCNY Point Shaving Scandal. The documentary was shown on HBO.
The Real Jurassic Park (1993)
SFX Retaliator (1988)
What Is Brazil? (1985)
The Jury's Secret (1938)
The Jury's Secret is a 1938 American drama film directed by Edward Sloman and starring Kent Taylor, Fay Wray, and Jane Darwell.
Tiger Man (1978)
Bolshoi Ballet: The Nutcracker (2014)
Colonel March Investigates (1953)
Colonel March Investigates is a 1955 British film consisting of the three pilot episodes of the TV series Colonel March of Scotland Yard that were filmed in 1952, starring Boris Karloff. These episodes were Hot Money, Death In The Dressing Room and The New Invisible Man.
Boris Karloff and his wife Evelyn sailed to England in July, 1952, where Karloff filmed 3 different pilot episodes of the Colonel March series to show to British TV executives. In 1953, when the show was green lighted, Karloff returned to England to film 23 more episodes, making a total of 26 in all, then returned to Hollywood to film Abbott and Costello Meet Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1953). The three pilots were later combined into the 1955 feature film called Colonel March Investigates (aka Colonel March of Scotland Yard), so that they could be shown theatrically.
The Colonel March TV series premiered in the United States in Feb., 1956. (It was broadcast from Feb. 1, 1956 through April 1, 1957, which included a number of re-run episodes.) British viewers only got to see it seven months later, as it premiered on the BBC in September, 1956.
What They Say (2011)
Sea Horses (1926)
for the British Indie band see The Seahorses.Sea Horses is a 1926 American drama silent film directed by Allan Dwan and written by Becky Gardiner, James Shelley Hamilton and Francis Brett Young. The film stars Jack Holt, Florence Vidor, William Powell, George Bancroft, Mack Swain, Frank Campeau and Allan Simpson. The film was released on February 22, 1926, by Paramount Pictures.It is considered a lost film.
The Mickey Mouse Anniversary Show (1968)
Lone Star Hate (1998)
The Two Barbers (1944)
Lifespan is a 1976 Dutch thriller film directed by Alexander (Sandy) Whitelaw and starring Hiram Keller, Tina Aumont and Klaus Kinski.
Don Daredevil Rides Again (1951)
Don Daredevil Rides Again (1951) is a Republic Movie serial. It makes heavy use of stock footage from Republic's previous Zorro serials. The character of Don Daredevil (Ken Curtis) was created for this serial as the rights to Zorro belonged to Disney by 1951.
All-Star Production of Patriotic Episodes for the Second Liberty Loan (1917)
Ochre and Ink (2012)
A landmark exhibition opens at the imposing Capital Museum in Beijing. It's the culmination of an extraordinary cross-cultural partnership between Chinese-Australian artist Zhou Xiaoping and the late Aboriginal artist Johnny Bulunbulun, forged over twenty years in remote Arnhem Land. The extraordinary story of Xiaoping's journey to Australia and his close friendships with Bulunbulun and other Aboriginal people is illustrated with beautiful artwork, fascinating archival videos, and intimate scenes of life in remote Aboriginal outstations - and it reveals the ethics and politics of cross-cultural collaboration.
Secrets of Christ's Tomb: Explorer Special (2017)
Race Suicide (1938)
The Weird Ones (1962)
Six and a Half (2008)
Slow Motion (2013)
Wrong Way (1972)
Racketeer Rabbit (1946)
Racketeer Rabbit is a 1946 animated short film in the Looney Tunes series produced by Warner Bros. Cartoons, Inc. It stars Bugs Bunny, who duels with a pair of racketeers or gangsters, Rocky and Hugo forerunners who resemble Edward G. Robinson (Rocky, not to be confused with the aforementioned Rocky) and Peter Lorre (Hugo). Directed by Friz Freleng; written by Michael Maltese; animated by Manuel Perez, Virgil Ross, Gerry Chiniquy and Ken Champin; music by Carl Stalling, and voices by Mel Blanc and, uncredited, Dick Nelson (as "Robinson").
Hair Piece - A Film for Nappy Headed People (1985)
The Sex Killer (1967)
Lights Out Rowan (2012)
Recess Christmas: Miracle On Third Street (2001)
Recess Christmas: Miracle on Third Street is a second direct-to-video animated film released by Walt Disney Pictures and Paul & Joe Productions, produced by Walt Disney Television Animation, Plus One Animation (Korea) Co., Ltd. and Grimsaem Animation, Korea Co., Ltd., released to VHS on November 6, 2001. It is a direct-to-video compilation of four unrelated episodes of the Recess TV series, the series' Christmas special "Yes Mikey, Santa Does Shave". The second film takes place over the events of the theatrical film Recess: School's Out. It was followed by two more direct-to-video Recess films in 2003: Recess: Taking the Fifth Grade, and Recess: All Growed Down.
The Hunters of the Golden Cobra (1982)
Hunters of the Golden Cobra (Italian: I Cacciatori del Cobra d'Oro) is an Italian 1982 action film starring David Warbeck. It was directed by Antonio Margheriti, and is one of several Italian imitations of Raiders of the Lost Ark, shot in an exotic location involving the recovery of supernatural relics.
Beyond Kokoda (2008)
Happy Dayz (2002)
A Great Ride (1979)
Rembrandt: From the National Gallery, London and Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (2014)
Prelude 8 (1996)
1st Time 16mm (2010)
Just Crazy About Horses (1978)
Who Killed Who? (1943)
Who Killed Who? is a 1943 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer animated short directed by Tex Avery. The cartoon is a parody of whodunit stories and employs many clichés of the genre for humor.
Wrestling Isn't Wrestling (2015)
Wrestling Isn't Wrestling is a 2015 short film written and directed by Max Landis. Released for free on YouTube, the film retells the story of WWE professional wrestler Triple H. Like Landis's 2012 short The Death and Return of Superman, it consists of an unscripted monologue by Landis on the subject matter, accompanied by sequences with actors performing the parts in the story.
The True Story of Glory Continues (1991)
Scattered Remains (1988)
The Message (2012)
It Happened in Penkovo (1957)
It Happened in Penkovo (Russian: Дело было в Пенькове, translit. Delo bylo v Penkove) is a 1958 Soviet film directed by Stanislav Rostotsky. Film based on the novel of Sergey Antonov.
Jungle Mystery (1932)
Jungle Mystery is a 1932 American Pre-Code Universal 12-chapter movie serial directed by Ray Taylor. Set in Zanzibar, it depicts the search by various parties for a missing man named Jack Morgan (Onslow Stevens), as well as a legendary cache of ivory. The jungle mystery involves a creature (half man, half ape) named Zungu (played by Sam Baker). Tom Tyler played the hero, Kirk Mongomery, and Cecilia Parker played the heroine, Barbara Morgan, searching for her missing brother. A 1935 feature version was also released, running 75 minutes.
A Woman's Fool (1918)
A Woman's Fool is a 1918 American Western film directed by John Ford featuring Harry Carey. The film is considered to be lost.
Treasure of the Lost Desert (1985)
The Fear (2010)
The Romance of Tarzan (1918)
The Romance of Tarzan is a 1918 American silent action adventure film directed by Wilfred Lucas starring Elmo Lincoln, Enid Markey, Thomas Jefferson, and Cleo Madison. The movie was the second Tarzan movie ever made, and is based on Edgar Rice Burroughs' original novel Tarzan of the Apes. It adapts only the second part of the novel, the earlier portion having been the basis for the preceding film Tarzan of the Apes (1918). Less popular than its predecessor due to much of the action taking place in the wild west rather than Africa, the film has not been preserved, and no prints of it are known to survive today.
Daughters of Pleasure (1924)
Daughters of Pleasure is a 1924 American silent romantic comedy film directed by William Beaudine and starring Marie Prevost and Monte Blue. Based on a story by Caleb Proctor, the film features an early appearance by Clara Bow who plays a supporting role.An incomplete print of the film is housed at the Library of Congress with two of the six reels missing.
The Boy from Hell (1988)
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Rustlers of the Badlands (1945)
Rustlers of the Badlands is a 1945 American western film directed by Derwin Abrahams and starring Charles Starrett, Carla Balenda and Dub Taylor.
The Abominable Snow Rabbit (1961)
The Abominable Snow Rabbit is a six-minute 1961 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes theatrical cartoon starring Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck. The cartoon was directed by Chuck Jones and co-directed by Maurice Noble, with a story by Tedd Pierce. The cartoon's title is taken from the phrase and horror film The Abominable Snowman. It was the final original Chuck Jones theatrical cartoon with Daffy Duck.
Gloria's Romance (1916)
Gloria's Romance was a 1916 silent film serial starring Billie Burke. Serial films, also called chapter plays, were shorter films that were typically run before the main feature film, each of which was part of a longer story, and ended in a cliffhanger, thus encouraging the audience to return every week.
The film was Burke's second outing as a film actress, and one of the very rare occasions in which a Broadway performer of her magnitude starred in a chapter play. In its original form, this serial comprised 20 chapters and was 40 reels long, which was several chapters longer than most of the time.
Gloria's Romance marked the debut of actor Richard Barthelmess. It was written by Rupert Hughes and his wife and produced by George Kleine. Walter Edwin and Colin Campbell served as principal directors. It is a lost film.
American Bet (1997)
Redheads on Parade (1935)
Redheads on Parade is a 1935 American musical film directed by Norman Z. McLeod and written by Don Hartman and Rian James. The film stars John Boles, Dixie Lee, Jack Haley, Raymond Walburn, Alan Dinehart and Patsy O'Connor. The film was released on August 30, 1935, by 20th Century Fox and produced by Fox Film.
Tramp, Tramp, Tramp! (1942)
Capture of the Biddle Brothers (1902)
Death Wish Club (1984)
Moving August (2002)
Moving August is a 2002 American comedy film.
Paris at Midnight (1926)
Paris at Midnight is a surviving 1926 silent film drama starring Jetta Goudal and Lionel Barrymore and was directed by E. Mason Hopper. It was distributed by Producers Distributing Corporation aka PDC.A copy is preserved at the Cinémathèque Française, Paris.
The Nth Commandment (1923)
The Nth Commandment is a 1923 American silent drama film directed by Frank Borzage and starring Colleen Moore. It is based on a story, The Nth Commandment, by Fannie Hurst, a well-known novelist of the day.The film's title jests somewhat Cecil B. DeMille's upcoming epic The Ten Commandments (1923) which was released later that same year.
An incomplete copy of the film is in the Library of Congress collection.
Alimony Lovers (1969)
Blood Line (2010)
And Cows Fly (2004)
Heads or Tails (2003)
Here I Am (2010)
So's Your Uncle (1943)
So's Your Uncle is 1943 comedy film directed by Jean Yarbrough. A man impersonates his uncle and he runs into trouble with his girlfriend's aunt.
DC Films Presents Dawn of the Justice League (2016)
Nancy Barry's Big Case (2009)
The Blood Ship (1927)
The Blood Ship is a 1927 silent drama film directed by George B. Seitz. The seventh and final reel of the film was thought to be lost until 2007. The final reel was ultimately found and the film was screened in its entirety on October 11, 2007.
The Sky Hawk (1929)
The Sky Hawk is a 1929 American pre-Code adventure film, produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation and directed by John G. Blystone. The screenplay was adapted by Llewellen Hughes from his article "Chap Called Bardell" and novelized by Guy Fowler. The film stars John Garrick, Helen Chandler and Gilbert Emery.
Roosevelt in Africa (1910)
Roosevelt in Africa is a film by Cherry Kearton, released in 1910. It is a documentary featuring Theodore Roosevelt in Africa. It is shot in silent black and white.
One of the biggest headline-grabbing stories of 1910 was former president Theodore Roosevelt's safari into Africa. Landing in Mombasa in 1909, Roosevelt spent months in the wilds of East Africa, hunting big game in parts of what are now Kenya and Uganda.
For some of this journey, he was accompanied by famed British bird-and-animal photographer Cherry Kearton, who shot wildlife and native scenes with a hand-cranked motion picture camera. Among the scenes captured by Kearton's camera were a number of Maasai gatherings and dances – although the Maasai were incorrectly identified in the film's slates as "Zulus."
Quick to cash in on the media frenzy, the Selig company of Chicago, actually released a fake documentary which it had shot at its own California game preserve, using a lookalike actor as a stand-in for Roosevelt when necessary.
Motion Picture Patents Company, using Pathe as its distribution arm, responded by releasing the authentic Kearton footage under the title Roosevent in Africa.
Kearton had dreamed of filming an African lion, but was unable to do so during the Roosevelt voyage. The fake Selig film did feature a lion – a tamed aged lion.
Coffee House Rendezvous (1966)
Chuck Jones: Memories of Childhood (2009)
Legion of Terror (2009)