Necromancy (1972)

A man's (Michael Ontkean) wife (Pamela Franklin) discovers his new boss's (Orson Welles) toy factory is actually a front for the occult.

The Omega Man (1971)

Led by a former TV newscaster (Anthony Zerbe), light-sensitive mutants stalk the last normal man (Charlton Heston) on Earth.

Only the Strong (1993)

Louis Stevens' (Mark Dacascos) service as a member of an elite military unit kept him out of the country for several years. Now that he's back home in Florida, he's dismayed at what's become of his old high school. He sees that drug dealers, dispatched by local overlord Silverio (Paco Christian Prieto), sell on school grounds with little fear of getting caught. A skilled martial artist, Louis is determined to end the drug peddling, but to do so he'll probably have to duke it out with Silverio.

Prison (1987)

An innocent convict returns from the grave and seeks vengeance against the warden responsible for his death 25 years ago.

Phantasm III: Lord of the Dead (1994)

The evil alien known as the Tall Man (Angus Scrimm) has infiltrated the minds of Mike (A. Michael Baldwin) and Reggie (Reggie Bannister). The two friends embark on a journey to find and kill him, only to discover that he has destroyed town after town, leaving zombies in place of the living. Along the way, Mike and Reggie meet several characters who share their goal, including a murderous boy named Tim (Kevin Connors) and two young women who are excellent fighters.

The Pool Boys (2011)

A pool cleaner and a gardener hatch a scheme to make money by turning an empty mansion into a home for prostitutes.

Platoon Leader (1988)

An American lieutenant leads a small band of soldiers into the Vietnamese jungle on a relentless search for enemy forces.

Prime Cut (1972)

A Chicago mob collector (Lee Marvin) calls on a Kansas cattleman (Gene Hackman) who also deals in prostitutes and drugs.

Ping Pong Playa (2007)

Don't just win. Destroy.

Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings (1994)

In a small Kansas town in 1958, a group of teenagers torture and kill a disfigured orphan named Tommy (J.P. Manoux). After 35 years, another gang of teens (Andrew Robinson, Ami Dolenz, Soleil Moon Frye) robs the cabin of an old witch (Lilyan Chauvin). Using some blood and a spell taken from her house, the teens inadvertently resurrect Tommy's soul in the form of the demon Pumpkinhead (Mark McCracken). Enraged, Pumpkinhead goes after the teens who summoned him and the men who killed Tommy.

Punchline (1988)

Lilah Krytsick (Sally Field) is a mother and housewife who's always believed she could be a stand-up comedian. Steven Gold (Tom Hanks) is an experienced stand-up seemingly on the cusp of success. When the two meet, they form an unlikely friendship, and Steven tries to help the untried Lilah develop her stage act. Despite the objections of her family and some very wobbly beginnings, Lilah improves, and soon she finds herself competing with Steven for a coveted television spot.

Miss All-American Beauty (1982)

A beauty pageant's trainer (Cloris Leachman), director and PR man (David Dukes) try to make the winning teen (Diane Lane) fit their image.

The Destructors (1974)

U.S. agent Steve Ventura (Anthony Quinn) is stationed in Paris to investigate a drug ring led by Jacques Brizard (James Mason). Unsettled by the news that Brizard's men have killed his predecessors, Ventura seeks a way to bring him down. Taking a local policeman's advice, he hires a hitman to take out the kingpin, and it turns out he's hired his old friend, John Deray (Michael Caine). After learning that Brizard is wanted alive, Ventura must find a way to stop the hit before it's too late.

Manufacturing Dissent (2007)

Failing to score an interview with the man himself, two filmmakers assemble a profile of documentarian Michael Moore by interviewing figures from his past.

Maybe Baby (2000)

Sam (Hugh Laurie) and Lucy (Joely Richardson) Bell are a married couple who seem to have it all: good looks, successful careers (as a BBC-TV commissioning editor and agent, respectively), matching motorbikes, and an enthusiastic love life. The only thing they lack is the one thing they want most - a baby. Sam and Lucy's love for each other, the most important thing they both have, will now truly be put to the test ... with surprising results.

Crack 6-T (1997)

This gritty drama depicts the lives of French youths, including an unemployed troublemaker, living in a ghetto outside of Paris. Amidst widespread poverty and drug addiction, two rival gangs torment the local residents, commit brazenly destructive acts and continually challenge each other, perpetuating a seemingly endless cycle of violence and hatred. Eventually, the two groups have a showdown at a chaotic concert, bringing their long-standing feud to an anger-fueled confrontation.

The Maddening (1995)

A couple (Burt Reynolds, Angie Dickinson), made crazy by the loss of a son and his family, abduct a woman (Mia Sara) and daughter who look familiar.

Magic in the Water (1995)

On vacation at a beautiful lake in British Columbia, Ashley (Sarah Wayne) and Joshua (Joshua Jackson), the children of workaholic radio host Jack Black (Mark Harmon), learn about its mythical inhabitant, a sea monster named Orky. Soon, the kids learn that Orky is not only real, he's attempting to communicate with humans to warn them that an evil corporation is illegally dumping pollutants into his home. They try to save Orky with the help of an elderly Native American (Frank Sotonoma Salsedo).

Mirror, Mirror (1990)

An antique mirror gives a student (Rainbow Harvest) the black-magic power to punish classmates who torment her.

Mack the Knife (1989)

London highwayman Capt. Macheath (Raul Julia) woos the beggar king's (Richard Harris) daughter in this version of "The Threepenny Opera."

Over the Brooklyn Bridge (1984)

Born and bred in Brooklyn, N.Y., Alby Sherman (Elliott Gould) has worked his whole life at his family's deli. But he has bigger ambitions -- namely, moving across the East River to open a high-end restaurant in Manhattan. Although he has a prime location wrapped up, Alby lacks the money to get started. When he asks his well-to-do uncle Benjamin (Sid Caesar) to make an investment, the man agrees -- if Alby will leave his girlfriend, Elizabeth (Margaux Hemingway), and marry a Jewish girl.

Operation Daybreak (1976)

British-trained Czech partisans (Timothy Bottoms, Martin Shaw, Joss Ackland) come home to assassinate the Nazi leader Reinhard Heydrich.

Oh, God! Book II (1980)

Little Tracy Richards (Louanne) is a seemingly normal girl, but one day she sees God (George Burns) in a restaurant and begins talking to him. She feels this is a call to create an ad campaign to spread God's word, but the adults around her believe otherwise. Her parents, Paula (Suzanne Pleshette) and Don (David Birney), are worried, while psychiatrist Dr. Jerome Newell (Anthony Holland) gives her an extreme diagnosis. But Tracy soon benefits from some divine intervention.

Black Sheep (2009)

A beautiful girl (Ximena Romo) complicates matters between an orphaned shepherd (Christian Vzquez) and his rival (Ivn Arana).

Outta Time (2002)

After a knee injury causes him to lose his soccer scholarship, David Morales (Mario Lopez) must find a way to pay for college. His ex, Emma (Tava Smiley), introduces David to the mysterious Professor Darabont who has a job proposal for him. He accepts the job delivering packages across the Mexican border. Even though David has been assured that the packages are legal, he is still uneasy about the job and once he pays off his tuition, decides to quit. But it's not that simple.

One More Saturday Night (1986)

Band members (Tom Davis, Al Franken), a baby sitter and other residents try to relieve weekend boredom in St. Cloud, Minn.

One More Train to Rob (1971)

Chinese friends help a train robber (George Peppard) get even with a partner (John Vernon) for railroading him to prison.

Once Upon a Time in China II (1992)

A martial arts teacher (Jet Li) protects his students and his aunt (Rosamund Kwan) from a mercenary.

O.C. and Stiggs (1987)

Two guys (Daniel Jenkins, Neill Barry) target an Arizona insurance tycoon (Paul Dooley) for canceling one's grandfather.

Continental Divide (1981)

Chicago reporter Ernie Souchak (John Belushi) is beaten up by double-dealing police officers after he writes about an unethical city councilman. Hoping to keep Ernie safe, his editor, Howard McDermott (Allen Goorwitz), tells him to head west. In Wyoming, Ernie strikes up a romance with bird scientist Nell Porter (Blair Brown), but as soon as he goes home, he's drawn back into city politics. With Nell about to discuss her research in Chicago, this might be the couple's last chance to reunite.

The Killing Jar (1997)

A man's (Brett Cullen) bizarre behavior makes his wife (Tamlyn Tomita) suspect his involvement in a series of brutal murders.

Chinatown After Dark (1931)

The mysterious Lee Fong (Edmund Breese) covets a rare jeweled dagger from China. He sends American Ralph Bonner (Frank Mayo) to Shanghai to retrieve it, but, when Ralph returns to San Francisco, the dagger is stolen from him by Ying Su (Carmel Myers). Fong ends up dead, and Ralph and the dagger are missing. Ralph's brother, Jim (Rex Lease), goes in search of Ralph and the dagger, but the cops believe he's the one behind the murder and the theft. Jim tries to clear his name.

War Hunt (1962)

Toward the end of the Korean War, young Pvt. Roy Loomis (Robert Redford) joins the soldiers at the front line. In Loomis' new infantry company, he encounters Pvt. Raymond Endore (John Saxon), a man with an intense desire to kill. Endore undertakes lone nightly reconnaissance missions, where he's made a habit of cutting suspected enemies' throats. The company's leader (Charles Aidman) does little to stop this behavior -- and when the armistice is announced, Endore has no intention of leaving.

My Favorite Martian (1999)

Ambitious television reporter Tim O'Hara (Jeff Daniels) stumbles upon a martian (Christopher Lloyd) whose spaceship has accidentally crashed on Earth. Thinking this is his ticket to a Pulitzer Prize, Tim makes plans to expose the martian, who, posing as Tim's Uncle Martin, takes human form and has plans of his own. In fact, all of Tim's efforts to divulge the truth are systematically thwarted by the resourceful alien, who ultimately recruits Tim to help him repair his ship for a return to Mars.

The Bride Wore Red (1937)

Count Armalia (George Zucco) tries to show that peasants and aristocrats are not that different by asking singer Anni Pavlovitch (Joan Crawford) to masquerade as his wealthy friend, Anne Vivaldi. She agrees and soon meets the dashing Rudi Pal (Robert Young). Although he is engaged, Rudi begins to fall for Anni. At the same time, she develops feelings for Giulio (Franchot Tone), a self-possessed but poor clerk. However, Anni also begins to lose herself in the role of affluent socialite.

One Man's Hero (1999)

In 1848, Jon Riley (Tom Berenger) heads a group of Irish-born Roman Catholic soldiers in the U.S. Army. The group faces religious prejudice in the predominantly Protestant military. In the midst of the war against Mexico, Riley and some of his fellow soldiers go to a Catholic church and are cruelly punished as a result. Because of this, they defect to the Mexican Army, where they meet guerrilla leader Cortina (Joaquim de Almeida), with whom they forge an unlikely bond.

Her Alibi (1989)

Mystery novelist Phil Blackwood (Tom Selleck) has written countless best sellers, but he's having trouble finding inspiration for his latest book, so he goes to the courthouse to observe real criminals in action. There he encounters Nina (Paulina Porizkova), a gorgeous immigrant charged with a gruesome murder. Convinced she's not guilty, Phil furnishes Nina with an alibi and a place to stay. But, as the two begin to fall in love, Phil finds he has grave doubts about her innocence.

Promise Her Anything (1966)

Michele O'Brien (Leslie Caron) recently lost her husband, so she moves, along with her infant son, from her suburban home to a New York City apartment. After contemplating her son's fatherless future, she decides to remarry and thinks her boss, child psychologist Philip Brock (Bob Cummings), would be a perfect mate. While she pursues Philip, she develops a love-hate relationship with her upstairs neighbor, an amateur porn director (Warren Beatty) who harbors a crush of his own.

Beaches (1988)

Hillary (Barbara Hershey) and CC (Bette Midler) meet as children vacationing in Atlantic City, N.J., and remain friends throughout the decades. As CC, a loud New Yorker, pursues a singing career, Hillary, a staid Californian, becomes a successful lawyer. Over the years, they often quarrel or compete, but, as other relationships flourish and die, the two women are always there for each other, traveling from coast to coast through the most tumultuous times.

Malibu Beach (1978)

A beach bum (James Daughton) and a bodybuilder fight over a new lifeguard (Kim Lankford), with time out for horseplay.

The Missouri Traveler (1958)

A gruff neighbor (Lee Marvin) and a newspaper editor (Gary Merrill) help a teenage farmer (Brandon de Wilde) grow up in circa-1910 Missouri.

The Lonely Man (1957)

A gunfighter (Jack Palance) turns rancher at the mercy of a son (Anthony Perkins) who hates him and a gambler (Neville Brand) who wants to kill him.

Crimson Romance (1934)

Two Americans join the German air force in World War I, and one (Ben Lyon) marries the other's German girlfriend (Sari Maritza).

The Diamond Wizard (1954)

A federal agent (Dennis O'Keefe) and a Scotland Yard inspector (Philip Friend) nab U.S. crooks and British makers of fake diamonds.

Timber Queen (1944)

An ex-Army pilot (Richard Arlen) helps his buddy's widow (Mary Beth Hughes) deliver her timber by a mortgage deadline.

Contra Conspiracy (1990)

A film crew fights back with special effects after covert mercenaries attack them in the desert.

Buckskin Frontier (1943)

Railroad surveyor Stephen Bent (Richard Dix) tangles with freight company owner Jeptha Marr (Lee J. Cobb), who fears the coming railroad will bankrupt his business. With the help of Marr's sympathetic daughter, Vinnie (Jane Wyatt), Stephen gets Marr's assistant, Gideon (Albert Dekker), on his side. But, when a rival railroad's representative (Victor Jory) implies that Stephen is having an affair with investor Rita Molyneaux (Lola Lane), it threatens everything Stephen has worked for.

Juvenile Jungle (1958)

When a young hoodlum's girlfriend deserts him, he and his cohorts crash the beach party she's attending.

Prelude to Fame (1950)

Based on a short story by Aldous Huxley, this British drama chronicles the rise of a young man named Guido (Jeremy Spenser) who has an exceptional ear for music. When his neighbor, well-to-do music patron Signora Bondini (Kathleen Byron), discovers Guido's gift, she takes him under her wing, providing lessons and exploiting his talents as an orchestra leader. After Bondini severs Guido's ties to his impoverished family, he must decide whether to remain in the spotlight or return to his roots.

Hercules the Avenger (1965)

Hercules rises to the defense of his son, whose power is threatened by an evil Earth goddess.

Street of Sinners (1957)

A police rookie (George Montgomery) has trouble after confronting a well-connected bar owner (Nehemiah Persoff) on his first day.

Scarlet Street (1945)

Cashier and part-time starving artist Christopher Cross (Edward G. Robinson) is absolutely smitten with the beautiful Kitty March (Joan Bennett). Kitty plays along, but she's really only interested in Johnny (Dan Duryea), a two-bit crook. When Kitty and Dan find out that art dealers are interested in Chris' work, they con him into letting Kitty take credit for the paintings. Cross allows it because he is in love with Kitty, but his love will only let her get away with so much.

Murder With Pictures (1936)

A cameraman (Lew Ayres) for a daily newspaper exposes a gangland killer's method.

South of Santa Fe (1942)

Roy is blamed for the disappearance of three industrialists brought to town to finance the opening of a gold mine.

Kept Husbands (1931)

After rescuing two workers during a steel mill accident, Dick Brunton (Joel McCrea) is invited to the home of his boss, Arthur Parker (Robert McWade), as a show of thanks. There, Parker's daughter, Dot (Dorothy Mackaill), takes a liking to him and sets out to win him over. Dick and Dot marry, and he receives a promotion, thanks to Dot's pleading with her father. Soon, though, Dot becomes preoccupied with her social life, giving little attention to Dick, who begins to doubt her fidelity.

Magic Fire (1956)

German composer Richard Wagner's (Yvonne De Carlo) stormy music reflects his love life.

Shoot (1976)

A group of businessmen find themselves in the midst of a life-and-death battle during a weekend hunting trip.

East Side Kids (1940)

Street youths help a detective (Leon Ames) nab counterfeiters.

Raiders of the Seven Seas (1953)

A fierce pirate, Barbarossa (John Payne) captures a Spanish ship with bravado. Discovering the beautiful Contessa Alida (Donna Reed) on board, Barbarossa falls for the elegant aristocrat, but she is to wed the sailor Jose Salcedo (Gerald Mohr). Although Alida is resistant to Barbarossa's charms, she slowly warms up to him, particularly after she discovers that Salcedo isn't the man that she thought he was. Naturally, Barbarossa proceeds to sort things out with a series of sword battles.

Chinese Boxes (1984)

While in Berlin, a man (Will Patton) gets caught up in intrigue when a diplomat's daughter dies from an apparent overdose.

Joy of Sex (1984)

High-school jokers carry on, and would-be teenage lovers (Cameron Dye, Michelle Meyrink) finally get to be together.

Savage Sisters (1974)

Three women (Gloria Hendry, Cheri Caffaro, Rosanna Ortiz) of three races join the fundraising part of an island revolution.

Operation Bottleneck (1961)

World War II paratroopers stage a rescue mission in Burma to recover a wounded officer taken prisoner by the Japanese.

Simon, King of the Witches (1971)

A Los Angeles warlock (Andrew Prine) promotes cult activity and curses the Establishment with a magic mirror.

Curse of the Swamp Creature (1966)

Geologists in the Florida Everglades stumble upon a mad scientist's secret lab and his experimental man-beasts.

Tomato Republic (2014)

Three people in a small Texas town compete for the unpaid position of mayor.

The Cruel Tower (1956)

A steeplejack (John Ericson) and his boss (Charles McGraw) are rivals for a blonde (Mari Blanchard) and discuss it on a scaffold.

The Quare Fellow (1962)

Overeager Thomas Crimmin (Patrick McGoohan) joins the ranks of wardens at a decaying Dublin prison, where the only break from the monotony is the execution of death row inmates, or "quare fellows," by hanging. Crimmin is a staunch believer in capital punishment, but the reasoning of senior guard Regan (Walter Macken) causes him to doubt his convictions. When Crimmin falls into an adulterous affair with Kathleen (Sylvia Syms), wife of a death-row inmate, matters become far more complicated.

The Fuzzy Pink Nightgown (1957)

Two men (Ralph Meeker, Keenan Wynn) kidnap a Hollywood actress (Jane Russell), who refuses to let them back out of it.

Pop Punk Zombies (2011)

A music agent brings three deceased rockers back from the grave to form the first zombie punk band.

Mad Bull (1977)

A love story about a hulking wrestler whose bizarre life in the ring has little meaning until he meets a woman.

Killers Three (1968)

A World War II veteran (Robert Walker), his wife (Diane Varsi) and a war buddy (Dick Clark) botch a robbery in North Carolina.

Lost in Siberia (1991)

Archaeologist Andrei Miller (Anthony Andrews) is mistaken for a British spy while in Iran, and so he gets arrested and sentenced to Stalin's gulags, or labor camps. After attempting an escape and receiving 25 more years on his sentence, he resigns himself to a miserable life. As he struggles to survive, he falls in love with a doctor (Elena Mayorova). But when the camp's chief learns of this love, he sends Miller away to Kolyma, an even harsher labor camp where few survive.

In the Custody of Strangers (1982)

Parents (Martin Sheen, Jane Alexander) let their rowdy teenager (Emilio Estevez) spend a night in jail as a lesson, then cannot get him out.

Dirt Merchant (1999)

Kurt "Dirt" Merchant (Danny Masterson) loses his low-level position at a record label. He goes on to secure a job delivering summonses to individuals at their homes. One day, his job finds him bringing papers to a rock star named Johnny Decay (Wade Carpenter). Dirt arrives to find Decay dead, and, as luck would have it, the cops turn up at the same time. Finding himself a murder suspect, Dirt becomes an amateur detective and sets out to clear his name.

Riot on Sunset Strip (1967)

Hollywood hippies and a police officer (Aldo Ray) lose their cool.

The Unknown Cyclist (1998)

When Christopher dies, he leaves behind the community center he founded and countless grief-stricken friends. After the wake, there's still one more thing to do: fulfill his final wish. Together, Christopher's ex-wife, Melissa (Lea Thompson) ; lover, Doug (Stephen Spinella) ; hard-partying friend Gaetano (Danny Nucci) ; and twin, Frank (Vincent Spano) embark on a five-day AIDS charity bike ride. Along the way they scatter Christopher's ashes and learn a lot about each other and themselves.

Spotlight Scandals (1943)

Partnership with a vaudeville comic (Frank Fay) leads to stardom, then self-sacrifice for a small-town barber (Billy Gilbert).

Dear Brat (1951)

A teen's crusade to reform criminals takes on new meaning when she hires a gardener her father sentenced to prison.

No Place Like Home (1989)

When an apartment complex goes up in flames, it doesn't just rob Mike Cooper (Jeff Daniels) of his home -- it puts him out of his job as building superintendent. Mike and his family move in with his brother Eddie (Scott Marlowe) while he looks for employment as an electrician. But, after butting heads with their relatives, the Coopers have to move out. Now living in a homeless shelter, Scott and his wife Zan (Christine Lahti) struggle to survive and keep their children out of harm's way.

Laughter in Paradise (1951)

When a playful millionaire dies, he leaves a surprise for his loved ones -- in order to claim his fortune, they must complete assignments that will help them become better people. For their respective shares of the money, snobbish Agnes (Fay Compton) must work as a housekeeper for a month, pulp novelist Deniston (Alastair Sim) has to spend time in jail, swinging bachelor Simon (Guy Middleton) must marry and the meek Herbert (George Cole) is forced to try his hand at bank robbery.

Dangerous Curves (1988)

The Porsche that two guys (Tate Donovan, Grant Heslov) lose to thieves turns up as first prize in a San Diego beauty contest.

The March Hare (1956)

Sir Charles Hare (Terence Morgan), a once-wealthy Irishman with a lot of debts and a taste for betting, gets the boot from his estate when he can no longer pay his bills. As he packs his bags, he meets and falls for the lovely Pat McGuire (Peggy Cummins), whose father is taking over the grounds. When Pat then fawns over a hapless foal, Charles sees an opportunity: He decides to hide his identity and instead pose as a groom, hoping to impress Pat by turning the animal into a prize racer.

Witchboard: The Possession (1995)

A woman must battle for her loved one's soul when an ancient Ouija board opens a pathway to a demonic force.

Hurry Sundown (1967)

After World War II, two poor Southern families block a land developer's (Michael Caine) plan.

London Blackout Murders (1942)

Scotland Yard hunts a wartime killer who strikes with a hypodermic needle.

Accused of Murder (1956)

A police detective (David Brian) doubts a nightclub singer (Vera Ralston) has shot and killed a crooked lawyer (Sidney Blackmer).

Female Misbehavior (1992)

Filmmaker Monika Treut looks at lesbian bondage, ex-porn actress Annie Sprinkle, academic feminism and a transsexual.

Hell Bound (1957)

A gangster's consort (June Blair) and an ambulance driver (Stuart Whitman) become involved in a villain's (John Russell) plan to steal surplus war drugs.

Unknown Island (1948)

A captain (Barton MacLane) brings a couple (Virginia Grey, Philip Reed) to an island in the Pacific where dinosaurs may still roam.

Flame of the Islands (1955)

A working girl (Yvonne De Carlo) with a windfall leaves New York and opens a Bahamas casino with two partners.

99 Women (1969)

Warden Thelma (Mercedes McCambridge) and a governor (Herbert Lom) mistreat inmates at his-and-hers prisons.

Texas Lady (1956)

Prudence Webb (Claudette Colbert), a quick-witted beauty from New Orleans, hears of the death of her father, a newspaper publisher based in Texas. Webb travels to the tiny town where he lived to take over his paper and begins using it to uncover local corruption. Webb must team up with cardsharp Chris Mooney (Barry Sullivan) when malicious ranchers Mica Ralston (Ray Collins) and Whit Sturdy (Walter Sande) don't take kindly to the liberated woman and her revealing investigations.

Bears (2001)

Filmmaker David Lickley examines bears in North America's Arctic and chronicles their struggle to survive .

Bible Revelations: The Sacred Codes (2014)

People use computer technology to search for hidden messages in the Bible.

Code of the Silver Sage (1950)

An undercover cavalry agent (Allan "Rocky" Lane) stops an Arizona tyrant (Roy Barcroft) out to kill the president.

Shadows of Tombstone (1953)

A cowboy (Rex Allen), his sidekick (Slim Pickens) and a newswoman (Jeanne Cooper) clean up a crooked sheriff's town.

Dancing Pirate (1936)

Jonathan Pride (Charles Collins) is a dance teacher from Boston on his way to visit relatives in Los Angeles. His ship takes him around South America, where it's attacked by pirates. Pride is forced to work aboard their ship as a servant. He makes his escape when the ship docks on the California coast, but he realizes the local mayor (Frank Morgan) and his daughter (Steffi Duna) think he's a pirate captain. Pride's attempts to explain who he really is only lead to more confusion.

Bridge to Silence (1989)

Peg (Marlee Matlin) is the deaf mother of a hearing child, Lisa (Allison Silva). When Peg's husband is killed in a drunk-driving accident, she suffers a breakdown and her mother, Marge (Lee Remick), steps in to temporarily take care of Lisa. Problems arise when Peg recovers and Marge does not want to surrender Lisa. Despite the objections of her husband (Josef Sommer), Marge files for legal custody of her granddaughter, and a bitter mother-daughter conflict ensues.

Navy Secrets (1939)

A man (Grant Withers) and a woman (Fay Wray) hunt for spies in bars, unaware they're on the same side.