Sadie Hawkins Day (1944)

Inki and the Minah Bird (1943)

The Inconsolable Widow Thanks All Those Who Consoled Her (1973)

Project A-Ko 3: Cinderella Rhapsody (1988)

Project A-ko 3: Cinderella Rhapsody is the third Project A-ko movie. It is shorter in length than the second, and it serves as a prelude to "Project A-ko 4: Final."

The Flying Man (1962)

Vovka v Tridevyatom tsarstve (1965)

At Père Lachaise (1986)

My Friend Who Can't Say No (1949)

Dog Watch (1945)

Gravitáció (1984)

Kleiner Schwindel am Wolfgangsee (1949)

The Heroic Mr. Boniface (1949)

Nuan (2003)

Nuan is a 2003 Chinese film directed by Huo Jianqi. The film won the Grand Prix at the 16th Tokyo International Film Festival. The film is an adaptation of author Mo Yan's short story, The White Dog and the Swing. The film is set in Maoyuan, a small and ancient village in Jiangxi. Nuan's production was delayed by the outbreak of SARS in 2002-2003, making it miss a planned debut at the Venice Film Festival that September.

Taking It Back (2013)

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.

Millionaires (1926)

Millionaires is a lost 1926 American comedy film directed by Herman C. Raymaker and written by Edward Clark, C. Graham Baker and Raymond L. Schrock. It is based on the 1925 novel The Inevitable Millionaires by E. Phillips Oppenheim. The film stars George Sidney, Louise Fazenda, Vera Gordon, Nat Carr, Helene Costello and Arthur Lubin. The film was released by Warner Bros. on October 1, 1926.

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.

The Jerky Boys: Don't Hang Up, Toughguy! (1995)

Don't Hang Up, Tough Guy! is a collection of prank calls and improvised skits performed by the Jerky Boys around New York City. Locations included the MTV intern offices, a double-decker bus tour, pay phones and supermarket intercoms. The prank calls involved training a hidden video camera on the receiving phone line. The Jerky Boys would then prank the person answering the phone from offscreen and record the subjects' responses. It was released on VHS for MTV Productions on July 4, 1995.

Lummox (1930)

Lummox is a 1930 American pre-Code sound film directed by Herbert Brenon, released through United Artists, and based on a 1923 novel by Fannie Hurst.

The Silent Master (1917)

The Silent Master is a 1917 American drama film directed by Léonce Perret and starring Robert Warwick. The film is an adaption of The Court of St. Simon by E. Phillips Oppenheim.

Porky Pig's Feat (1943)

Porky Pig's Feat is a one-reel animated cartoon short subject in the Looney Tunes series, produced in black-and-white and released to theatres on July 17, 1943, by Warner Bros. Pictures. It was directed by Frank Tashlin with musical direction by Carl Stalling, and produced by Leon Schlesinger. Originally released in black-and-white, clips of a digitally colored version of the cartoon were seen in bonus features for the first two Looney Tunes Golden Collection DVD box sets, before finally being issued in its original monochrome form on the Looney Tunes Golden Collection: Volume 3 DVD.

Vivasaayee (1967)

Vivasayee, is a 1967 Indian Tamil film, directed by M. A. Thirumugam, starring M. G. Ramachandran in the lead role, with K. R. Vijaya, M. N. Nambiar, S. A. Asokan, Nagesh and Manorama, among others, enacting supporting roles.

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.

L'or des mers (1933)

Dude, You Need to Stop Dancing (2006)

Dude, You Need to Stop Dancing is a DVD release from rock band, Boys Night Out. The DVD has three different sections. The first shows the band's two videos up until that point. The second section is a mockumentary about the band breaking up. The final section is a live show filmed on March 10, 2006 at the Opera House in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Taming the West (1925)

The Taming of the West is a lost 1925 silent film western directed by Arthur Rosson and starring top cowboy star Hoot Gibson.

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.

The Rambling Ranger (1927)

The Rambling Ranger is a 1927 American Western film directed by Dell Henderson and written by George Hively. The film stars Jack Hoxie, Dorothy Gulliver, C.E. Anderson, Monty Montague Jr., Charles Avery and Monte Montague. The film was released on April 10, 1927, by Universal Pictures.

Skinner Steps Out (1929)

Skinner Steps Out is a 1929 American comedy film directed by William James Craft and written by Albert DeMond and Matt Taylor. The film stars Glenn Tryon, Merna Kennedy, E. J. Ratcliffe, Burr McIntosh, Lloyd Whitlock and William Welsh. The film was released on November 24, 1929, by Universal Pictures.

Fools of Fate (1909)

Fools of Fate is a 1909 American drama film directed by D. W. Griffith. A print of the film survives at the film archive of the Library of Congress.

Tie Xi Qu: West of the Tracks (2002)

Tie Xi Qu: West of the Tracks is a 2003 Chinese documentary film by Wang Bing. Over 9 hours long, the film consists of three parts: "Rust," "Remnants" and "Rails."

Teat Beat of Sex (2008)

Two Gangsters in the Wild West (1964)

Two Mafiamen in the Far West (Italian: Due mafiosi nel Far West) is a 1964 Italian comedy western film directed by Giorgio Simonelli. Its stars Franco Franchi, Ciccio Ingrassia and Fernando Sancho.

Adulterio a la española (1975)

No estás sola, Sara (2009)

Filmen jag inte pratar om längre (2009)

Shades of Gray (2005)

Beauty Prize (1930)

Prix de Beauté (English: Beauty Prize, UK title: Miss Europe) is a 1930 film directed by Augusto Genina. The film is notable for being the first sound film made by star Louise Brooks, although all of her dialogue and singing were dubbed. This film is an early example of sound film in France, along with L'Age d'Or and Under the Roofs of Paris.

Elvis in Concert (1977)

Elvis In Concert is a posthumous 1977 TV special starring Elvis Presley. It was Elvis' third and final TV special, following Elvis (a.k.a. The '68 Comeback Special) and Aloha From Hawaii. It was filmed during Presley's final tour in the cities of Omaha, Nebraska, on June 19, 1977, and Rapid City, South Dakota, on June 21, 1977. It was broadcast on CBS on October 3, 1977, two months after Presley's death. It is one of only few of Elvis' programs which remains unlikely to ever be commercially released on home video and is only available in bootleg form. The reason for this is because it showed Elvis near the end of his life when he was overweight and addicted to prescription drugs (the later also seems to affect his performance). However, parts of the special were used in the video documentary Elvis: The Great Performances and the theatrical documentary This is Elvis, both of which were released on home video.

Something About Mary Magdalene (2007)

Mei lai muk ling (2010)

O anthropos tis karpazias (1969)

The Making of 'Carlito's Way' (2003)

Fish and Slips (1962)

Judge Minty (2013)

Burning The Map (2002)

There Once Was a Cop II: Major Maisner Strikes Again! (1997)

Burning Vengeance (1989)

Fire on the Track: The Steve Prefontaine Story (1995)

Strawberry Shortcake: Berry Brick Road (2012)

This is She (2015)

Monas verden (2001)

Monas verden (eng. Mona's World) is a Danish film from 2001, directed by Jonas Elmer. The actors could work relatively freely of a script by Nikolaj Peyk. The story was first created by Jonas Elmer with Sidse Babet Knudsen, and given to the actors (12-13 pages). A test filming of the improvisation took place, and was then made in to the script by Nikolaj Peyk. Jonas Elmer also had the idea of creating a website where everybody could write suggestions for the film, such as the actor's lines, the locations, the poster, taglines, logos, and the plot of the film. The website ( was put up in 2000.

Blackberry Smoke: Live at the Georgia Theatre (2011)

When Strangers Click (2011)

Screwed (1997)

Císarovy nové saty (1994)

The Beatles: 1 (2015)

Pororo, Dinosaur Island Adventure (2017)

Dance sports Girls (2017)

La isla del infierno (1998)

Chuck Brown feat. Wale: Beautiful Life (2014)

Koncert zyczen (1967)

Pains of Autumn (2009)

Pains of Autumn (Turkish: Güz Sancısı) is a 2009 Turkish drama film, directed by Tomris Giritlioğlu, based on the novel by Yılmaz Karakoyunlu. The film, which went on nationwide general release across Turkey on January 23, 2009 (2009-01-23), was one of the highest-grossing Turkish films of 2009.

Volveré a nacer (1973)

L'inamovible Hoover- le plus grand ripou d'Amérique (2007)

Two Lives for Antonio Espinosa (2011)

Urban Square (1986)

Main Zindagi Hoon (2009)

Butcher House (2006)

Derren Brown: Hero at 30,000 Feet (2010)

Commediasexi (2006)

Commediasexi is an Italian comedy movie released in 2006.

Playground (2009)

Pihalla is a 2009 film directed by Toni Laine. The release date for the film was 23 October 2009.

Gunfight at Black Horse Canyon (1961)

Jimmy Carr Live (2004)

Cause for Concern (2002)

Chess (2003)

Eksperiment (2009)

Truth, Lies and Intelligence (2005)

Bassweight (2008)

Puss Cafe (1950)

Milton the cat is walking down the street and notices a yard full of delicious milk, birds, and fish not realizing it is guarded by Pluto. He shows his inferior minded pal Richard the set up and both help themselves to the goodies but are chased out by Pluto. From that point on, they try to get into the yard without waking Pluto using such tactics as sling-shooting Pluto out of the yard with his hammock and underwater diving for fish with a makeshift diving helmet.

Razzle Dazzle (2007)

Dance of Darkness (1989)

Evil Sister 2 (2001)

Russell Howard Live: Dingledodies (2009)

Rockfish (2003)

Hullabaloo: Live at Le Zenith, Paris (2002)

Lee Evans: Live from the West End (1995)

Brian Regan: I Walked on the Moon (2004)

Deep in the Jungle (2008)

Falling for a beautiful woman whose body is mutating, a secret service agent finds himself trapped in a web of paranoia and corruption.

Dead Kennedys: DMPO's on Broadway (1985)

Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats & Rhymes (2006)

Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes is a 2006 documentary film written, produced, and directed by Byron Hurt. The documentary explores the issues of masculinity, violence, homophobia and sexism in hip hop music and culture, through interviews with artists, academics and fans. Hurt's activism in gender issues and his love of hip-hop caused him to feel what he described as a sense of hypocrisy, and began working on the film. The premiere of the film took place at the Sundance Film Festival, being welcomed by a standing ovation. It has also won Best Documentary at the San Francisco Black Film Festival and the Audience Award at the Roxbury Film Festival. On February 20, 2007 the film aired on the PBS Emmy-winning documentary series, Independent Lens.

Ouro Negro (2009)

LSD Frankenstein (2002)

Angels of Iron (1981)

Angels of Iron (German: Engel aus Eisen) is a 1981 German crime film directed by Thomas Brasch. It was entered into the 1981 Cannes Film Festival, but did not win at Cannes. Director Thomas Brasch won the Bavarian Film Award for Best Direction. The black-and-white film dramatizes the true story of a Berlin gang of thieves led by juvenile Werner Gladow during the time of the Berlin Blockade 1948-49. Likening it to the Prohibition era in the United States twenty years earlier, writer-director Brasch paints a sympathetic portrait of anarchic gangsterism facilicated by the lawless political anarchy in post-war Germany up until the 1949 foundation of East and West Germany, whereas the latter brings the sinister old "forces of order" (as they are called by Gladow's partner in crime, former hangman Gustav Völpel that used to execute sentenced war criminals for the Allied military government) back to the forefront when former Nazis regain their pre-1945 positions in both new German states. When eventually these "forces of order" come back to power at the end of the Berlin Blockade, they crack down on the anarchic Gladow gang. Gladow himself is sentenced to death for murder and executed in East Germany in 1950 at the age of 18. Although West-German ex-Nazis offer Völpel a job in the new West-German police if he'd flee into one of the city's Western zones, he prefers to stay in an East-German prison until he dies in 1959 because he feels freer in prison than inside an ordered society, just as he did already during the whole war when the Nazis incarcarated him for refusing to fight in their war.

Emperor: Emperial Live Ceremony (1999)

Algjör Sveppi og dularfulla hótelherbergið (2010)

Flying Full Circle (2009)

Ernst Lubitsch in Berlin - Von der Schönhauser Allee nach Hollywood (2006)

Barefoot Kibong (2006)

Bette Midler in Concert: Diva Las Vegas (1997)