Fable of a Blood-Drained Girl (2013)
O Poeta do Castelo (1959)
Smuglere i smoking (1957)
The Shove (2014)
At the Autumn River Camp: Part 1 (1967)
Memory Vague (2009)
Tale of an Encounter (1985)
Dorei keiyakushu (1982)
Tayna paporotnikov (1992)
The Merry Widow (1968)
Appelez-moi Madame (1987)
I'll Show You! (2006)
Mati Manas (1985)
120 Seconds to Get Elected (2006)
The Playboy (1938)
Kicking the Moon Around is a 1938 British musical comedy film directed by Walter Forde and starring Bert Ambrose, Evelyn Dall and Harry Richman. The film marked Maureen O'Hara's screen debut as she made a cameo appearance speaking one line.
Cilali Ibo Teksas fatihi (1971)
Treasure: In Search of the Golden Horse (1984)
The Tradition (1991)
The Cricket (2014)
The Drugstore (1976)
Jens Mansson in America (1947)
Jens Mansson in America (Swedish: Jens Månsson i Amerika) is a 1947 Swedish comedy film directed by Bengt Janzon and starring Edvard Persson, Stig Olin and Mim Persson.
Blue Jean Blues (2018)
Los crímenes del día de todos los santos (2016)
#chicagoGirl: The Social Network Takes on a Dictator (2013)
The Cavalier (1928)
The Cavalier (1928) is a western directed by Irvin Willat, distributed by Tiffany Studios, and starring Richard Talmadge and Barbara Bedford.
Carmen (la de Triana) (1938)
Carmen, la de Triana (Carmen, the girl from Triana) is a 1938 Spanish-German musical film directed by Florián Rey and starring Imperio Argentina, Rafael Rivelles and Manuel Luna. It was a Spanish-language version of the 1938 film Nights in Andalusia based on the opera Carmen by Georges Bizet.
Triana is a neighbourhood of Seville.
The South to Sian Journals (2017)
One More Chance (1931)
One More Chance is a 1931 Educational-Mack Sennett Featurette (No. S2687) starring Bing Crosby and directed by Mack Sennett. This was the second of the six short films Crosby made for Sennett and which helped launch his career as a solo performer. This film is notable for Crosby first singing on film his classic hit "Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams" which is sung to a bevy of giggling overweight Native American maidens who gradually close in on him. He also sings "Just One More Chance" which topped the various charts of the day in 1931.
Take My Life (1942)
The Main Event (1938)
The Main Event is a 1938 American comedy-drama film directed by Danny Dare, which stars Robert Paige, Jacqueline Wells, and Arthur Loft.
Volitera Live (2004)
Outlaws of Love (1963)
I fuorilegge del matrimonio, internationally released as Outlaws of Love, is a 1963 Italian anthology comedy film. It is the second and last film directed both by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani and Valentino Orsini.It is inspired by the draft law presented by the Socialist Senator Renato Luigi Sansone to the approval of the so-called "small divorce".
Eloísa está debajo de un almendro (1943)
Eloisa Is Under an Almond Tree (Spanish:Eloísa está debajo de un almendro) is a 1943 Spanish comedy film directed by Rafael Gil and starring Amparo Rivelles and Rafael Durán and Guadalupe Muñoz Sampedro.
The film's sets were designed by Enrique Alarcon.
That Won't Keep a Sailor Down (1958)
That Won't Keep a Sailor Down (German: Das haut einen Seemann doch nicht um) is a 1958 German-Danish comedy film directed by Arthur Maria Rabenalt. It was entered into the 1st Moscow International Film Festival.
Gesuzza the Garibaldian Wife (1934)
1860 is a 1934 Italian historical film directed by Alessandro Blasetti and starring Giuseppe Gulino, Aida Bellia and Gianfranco Giachetti.
The film presages Italian neorealism in that it was shot wholly on location. Also, most contemporaneous historical epics used a star to focus on grand historical characters. This film focuses on a character whom nobody knows or will ever know; a patriot riding to get the assistance of Giuseppe Garibaldi. This film (in its heralding of neorealism) illustrates how the average man plays a part in grand histories. The film also uses non-actors (a key element of Italian neorealism) and a rarity for its time and era.
Eine kleine Nachtmusik (1940)
Stern von Rio (1940)
The Star of Rio (German: Stern von Rio) is a 1940 German comedy thriller film directed by Karl Anton and starring La Jana, Gustav Diessl and Harald Paulsen. In 1955 it was remade as a film of the same title.
Lagenda Budak Setan (2010)
Refused Are Fucking Dead (2006)
Refused Are Fucking Dead is a 2006 documentary about the punk band Refused and the last year of their career. The film was directed by the band's guitarist, Kristofer Steen. It includes live performances of "Spectre," "Life Support Addiction," "Circlepit," "New Noise," and "Rather Be Dead." The DVD includes two of Refused's music videos ("Rather Be Dead" and "New Noise") as well as live performances of all the songs on The Shape of Punk To Come (save for "The Apollo Programme Was a Hoax" and "Protest Song '68") as bonus features. The film shares its name with one of the band's songs on The Shape of Punk to Come and is a reference to a song titled "Born Against Are Fucking Dead" by the New York Hardcore band Born Against.
Bana Şans Dile (2007)
Bana şans dile is a 2001 Turkish action film directed by Çağan Irmak.
Weekend Circles (1980)
The Lost Is Found (1999)
The Leaning Tower (2006)
Kalteva Torni (The Leaning Tower), is a 2006 Finnish comedy film. It debuted in Finland on 20 October 2006 and is the latest movie directed by Timo Koivusalo. The leading roles in the movie are played by Martti Suosalo, Seela Sella, Liisa Kuoppamäki, Siiri Suosalo, Esko Nikkari, Mats Långbacka, Laura Jurkka, Jemina Sillanpää and Risto Salmi. It is the story of a benevolent man who does not know he has multiple personalities. His greatest fear is that he will not be able to see the Leaning Tower of Pisa before it falls. His adventures lead him into tricky situations, and eventually, he does see it.
Friday or Another Day (2005)
Friday or Another Day (French: Vendredi ou un autre jour) is a French language film, directed by Yvan Le Moine, which was released in 2005.
Inspired by the novel Friday, or, The Other Island, written by Michel Tournier, it was shot in La Réunion with the main actors Philippe Nahon and Alain Moraïda. It was awarded the Swiss Critics Boccalino Award at the Locarno International Film Festival in 2005 .
Kroll is a German surname.
Notable people with the surname include:
Colin Kroll (1983/4–2018), American businessman; co-founder of Vine and HQ Trivia
Eric Kroll (born 1946), American photographer
Fredric Kroll (born 1945), American composer and writer
Henryk Kroll (born 1949), Polish politician, leader of German minority in Poland
Joachim Kroll (1933–1991), German serial killer
Jules Kroll, (born 1941), American CEO of Kroll Bond Rating Agency and Chairman of K2Global
Leon Kroll (1884–1974), American painter
Nick Kroll (born 1978), American actor and comedian, son of Jules Kroll
Ted Kroll (1919–2002), professional golfer
Una Kroll (1925-2017), British nun, missionary doctor, parliamentary candidate, priest, and campaigner for women's ordination
Wilhelm Kroll (1869–1939), German philologist
William Justin Kroll (1889–1973), Luxemburger metallurgist, inventor of the Kroll process
William Kroll (1901–1980), American violinist and composer
Woodrow M. Kroll (born 1944), American evangelist, principal of the "Back to the Bible" radio ministry
Johan Glans: World Tour of Skåne (2008)
Prymas. Trzy lata z tysiaca (2000)
Prymas - trzy lata z tysiąca (Primate - three years in a thousand) is a Polish historical film. It was released in 2000.
Jack Dee: Live at the London Palladium (1994)
Alice Solves the Puzzle (1925)
Alice Solves the Puzzle is a 1925 animated short film by Walt Disney in the Alice Comedies series, and the first to feature Pete. It is notable for being one of the first animated films to be officially censored.
Iron Maiden: Maiden England (1989)
The Horse of Pride (1980)
The Horse of Pride is a 1980 film directed by Claude Chabrol. Its title in French is Le cheval d'orgueil. It is based on Le cheval d'orgueil, an autobiography by Pêr-Jakez Helias. The film takes place in the Bigouden area south of Quimper.
Pyramid of the Sun God (1965)
Die Pyramide des Sonnengottes is a 1965 West German and Italian western film adventure directed by Robert Siodmak, based on a book by Karl May.
Prehistoric Bimbos in Armageddon City (1991)
Wil Anderson: Wilosophy (2009)
Linda P: Rommen er en tøjte (2010)
The Killer Wore Gloves (1974)
Ben Harper: Pleasure and Pain (2002)
Crusty Demons of Dirt, Vol. 3 (1997)
Evanescence: Anywhere But Home (2004)
The Painter and the Pointer (1944)
Simon and Garfunkel: Old Friends - Live on Stage (2004)
Je Suis A Stand-Up: Eddie Izzard Abroad (1996)
The Handsome, the Ugly, and the Stupid (1967)
Il bello, il brutto, il cretino, internationally known as The Handsome, the Ugly, and the Stupid is a 1967 Italian film directed by Giovanni Grimaldi. It is a spaghetti western parody of The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
Establishing a Food Forest (2008)
National Geographic: The Incredible Human Body (2002)
Romanze in Venedig (1962)
Romance in Venice (German: Romanze in Venedig) is a 1962 Austrian romance film directed by Eduard von Borsody and starring Ann Smyrner, Walther Reyer and Willy Birgel.It was shot at the Bavaria Studios in Munich and the Rosenhügel Studios in Vienna. The film's sets were designed by the art director Hans Zehetner.
Nic & Jerry Get OFF (2012)
Twilight Syndrome: Dead Cruise (2008)
Kiss – A Love Story (2011)
Fishing for School (1999)
Everything Is a Remix, Part I (2010)
The Vigil (for Kurt Cobain) (1998)
The Platters with the Crickets & Lenny Welch (2005)
Fleming Faloon (1963)
Hold the Lion Please (1951)
Holy God Holy Mighty Holy Immortal Have Mercy Upon Us (2013)
HogMaul: The Legend of Abrams County (2013)
Victoria para Chino (2004)
Bill & Gloria Gaither Present: Revival with Their Homecoming Friends (1995)
Jirochô sangokushi: nagurikomi kôjinyama (1952)
Robyn O. (14) (2012)
Living Utopia (1997)
Living Utopia (Original, 1997: Vivir la utopía. El anarquismo en España) is a documentary film by Juan Gamero. It consists of 30 interviews with surviving activists of the 1936–1939 Spanish Revolution, which are combined with visual materials such as manifestos, photographs, excerpts from film footage, portraits and flamenco music by El Cabrero and Paco del Gastor. The testimony of the anarcho-syndicalists and anarchist militants from the CNT-FAI revealing the constructive work of anarchists in Spain, as well as the amazing educational and cultural activities which lead up to 1936. This workers' self-management meant, as Gaston Leval comments in The Anarchist Collectives, Sam Dolgoff (ed.):
The various agrarian and industrial collectives immediately instituted economic equality in accordance with the essential principle of communism, 'From each according to his ability and to each according to his needs.' They coordinated their efforts through free association in whole regions, created new wealth, increased production (especially in agriculture), built more schools, and bettered public services. They instituted not bourgeois formal democracy but genuine grass roots functional libertarian democracy, where each individual participated directly in the revolutionary reorganization of social life. They replaced the war between men, 'survival of the fittest,' by the universal practice of mutual aid, and replaced rivalry by the principle of solidarity....
This experience, in which about eight million people directly or indirectly participated, opened a new way of life to those who sought an alternative to anti-social capitalism on the one hand, and totalitarian state bogus socialism on the other.
The city's 3,000 workplaces collectivised and 150,000 join the anarchist militias to fight fascism. The movement of the Mujeres Libres followed the idea of a "double struggle" for social revolution and women's liberation.
Interviewed anarcho-syndicalists/anarchist militants include: Miguel Alba, Ramon Álvarez, Federico Arcos, Marcelino Bailo, Maria Batet, Severio Campos, Francisco Carrasquer, Miguel Celma, Valerio Chiné; José Espana, Jose Fortea, Juan Giménez, Antonio Lahuerta, Concha Liano, Fidel Miró, Aurora Molina, Heleno Molina, Conxa Pérez, Suceso Portales, Dolores Prat, Ximo Queirol, Maravilla Rodríguez, Juan Romero, Manuel Sanz, Liberto Sarrau, José Sauces, José Serra Estruch, Antonio Turón, José Urzáiz and Antonio Zapata.
Breakdowns of 1938 (1938)
Caesar and Cleopatra (1976)
Julius Caesar's arrival in Egypt proves more than interesting to the beautiful Cleopatra, ambitious sister to the boy pharaoh.
El lado oscuro de la luz (2013)
Note to Pati (1969)
Goldilocks and the Jivin' Bears (1944)
Goldilocks and the Jivin' Bears is an animated cartoon short written by Tedd Pierce and directed by Friz Freleng. It was released on September 2, 1944, by Warner Bros. Pictures as part of its Merrie Melodies series.
The film's story combines elements of Goldilocks and the Three Bears and Little Red Riding Hood. All of the characters are drawn in blackface style. This would be the last Warner Bros. animated short to feature an all-black cast excluding Chuck Jones' Inki cartoons.
Sun in Your Head (1963)
The Wife of an Important Man (1988)
The Wife of an Important Man (Arabic: زوجة رجل مهم, translit. Zawgat ragol mohim) is an Egyptian drama film directed by Mohamed Khan. Starring Ahmad Zaki and Mervat Amin, this film tells us the story of the rise and fall of a police officer, during the regime of Anwar El Sadat.
It received the Silver Award at the Damascus Film Festival in 1987, and was screened in competition at the 15th Moscow International Film Festival in 1987. Was also screened at the Montreal, Valencia, Tetouan, Digne, Istanbul and Nantes Film Festivals in 1987 and 1988.
Kitty and the World Conference (1939)
Kitty and the World Conference (German: Kitty und die Weltkonferenz) is a 1939 German comedy film directed by Helmut Käutner and starring Hannelore Schroth, Fritz Odemar and Christian Gollong. The film is a screwball-style comedy set against the backdrop of an international peace conference. Following the outbreak of the Second World War the Propaganda minister Joseph Goebbels ordered it withdrawn from cinemas as it he felt it presented too favourable a view of Britain.
The film's sets were designed by the art director Max Mellin. The film was based on a play, which served as the basis for the 1956 remake Kitty and the Great Big World.
Brace for Impact: The Chesley B. Sullenberger Story (2010)
Svet Koji Nestaje (1987)
Intimate Interviews: Bela Lugosi (1931)