Ride on a Runaway Train (1921)
Never Go with Strangers (1971)
Heart Attack (1967)
Domani è un'altra truffa (2005)
Roger Ballen's Asylum of the Birds (2014)
What a Carry On! (1949)
Jet - Right! Right! Right! (2004)
A-Lad-in His Lamp (1948)
A-Lad-In His Lamp is a 1948 Warner Bros. Looney Tunes cartoon starring Bugs Bunny and featuring the Genie and Caliph Hassan Pfeiffer who is after Bugs and the Genie in his lamp. The voices of Bugs Bunny and Caliph Hassan Pheffer are voiced by Mel Blanc and the voice of the Smokey the Genie is played by Jim Backus in one of his first professional roles. The cartoon is a takeoff of the story of Aladdin's Lamp. Elements of this short would later be re-used for the Arabian Era in Bugs Bunny & Taz: Time Busters.
Stop, Look, and Listen (1949)
Notte italiana (1987)
Notte italiana (internationally released as Italian Night) is a 1987 Italian comedy drama film directed by Carlo Mazzacurati. It won several awards including the Grand Prix at the Annecy Film Festival, the Nastro d'Argento for Best New Director and the Globo d'oro for Best Actor (to Marco Messeri).
The Rosentopf Case (1918)
The Rosentopf Case (German: Der Fall Rosentopf) is a 1918 German silent comedy film directed by Ernst Lubitsch and starring Lubitsch, Trude Hesterberg and Margarete Kupfer.It was shot at the Tempelhof Studios in Berlin. The film's sets were designed by the art directors Paul Leni and Kurt Richter.
Zandra Rhodes (1981)
The Relaxed Wife (1957)
The Relaxed Wife is a 13-minute live action American film produced in color for distribution during 1957. Structured in a form similar to the 1942–55 series of MGM's Pete Smith Specialty comedy short subjects, which were written and directed by those films' star Dave O'Brien, or to Warner Bros.' Joe McDoakes shorts which starred George O'Hanlon, the brief comedic episodes comprising The Relaxed Wife depict a wise, easygoing housewife calming her stress-filled husband. The film is a short version of a longer promotional production which described the benefits of Atarax, a tranquilizer that was marketed at the time.
Spellbound Hound (1950)
Kogda tsvetet siren (2011)
Space Cat Hob (2014)
The Legend of the Red Lantern (1970)
Poison: Stand on the Road (2006)
Quadrat I+II (1981)
Rong shi qi an (1993)
The Rape of a Nun (1983)
Serbian Epics (1992)
Kalai Arasi (1963)
Koduthu Vaithaval (1963)
There Is No Escape (1948)
American crime writer Nick Allen is hired to expose the life of petty crook Sidney Robertson (Charles Stuart) who recently came to a bad end. Allen learns that Robertson's problems began when he was a teenager. Having little parental control he fell in with the wrong people and, after robbing a house, was sent to prison. Released early for good behaviour, Roberston found work as Mr. Ashcroft's chauffeur, but he soon weakened and stole from his employer. After being caught stealing cars, Robertson was arrested and sent to prison for seven years, but soon escaped.
The Velvet Underground (1966)
Popalong Popeye (1952)
Ceasefire Massacre (2014)
Counting Sheep (2004)
Dave Allen In Search of the Great English Eccentric (1974)
What About Prejudice? (1959)
Swiss Miss-Fit (1957)
Breakdowns of 1942 (1942)
Il dolce rumore della vita (1999)
Il dolce rumore della vita (internationally released as The Sweet Sounds of Life) is a 1999 Italian romance-drama film directed by Giuseppe Bertolucci. It premiered at the 56th Venice International Film Festival, and entered the competition at the 1999 Mar del Plata Film Festival, in which Bertolucci was awarded as best director.
Gila-gila Pengantin Popular (2005)
The Curious Puppy (1939)
Sweety. The Friends, Betrayal and Murder of Maja Bradaric (2008)
Wimmin Is a Myskery (1940)
Scream: Generations (2012)
Tsubaki Sanjûrô (2007)
Jusei: Last Drop of Blood (2003)
Orizzonti orizzonti! (2014)
The Hams That Couldn't Be Cured (1942)
The Girl with the Yellow Stockings (2008)
Boston Beanie (1947)
Mighty Mouse Meets Deadeye Dick (1947)
The Sultan's Birthday (1944)
Shunmao Monogatari Taotao (1981)
The Governance of Love (2013)
Boxers and Ballerinas (2004)
La mort du duc d'Enghien (1912)
Cicada Princess (2012)
Procol Harum - Live Beat Club & Musik Laden (1974)
Triangle of Lust (1978)
Daily Dozens (1926)
Nutty News (1942)
Nutty News is a 1942 Warner Bros. cartoon in the Looney Tunes series. It was directed by Bob Clampett, animated by Virgil Ross and an uncredited Vive Risto, and musical direction by Carl Stalling.
Elmer Fudd's voice can be heard as the narrator, but he is not seen.
Scrap the Japs (1942)
Scrap the Japs is an American anti-Japanese cartoon with the popular character Popeye as protagonist. It follows his adventures after being sent for punishment on a ship and running into Japanese sailors. The film was released in 1942 by Famous Studios, a part of Paramount Studios and focuses on racist stereotypes of the Japanese during the war. These images were based on pre-existing images of the Japanese that the American people had in their minds from previous fears about immigration. Because of the racism, this cartoon, along with some other World War II cartoons is now banned from being broadcast in most countries.
Baby Wants a Bottleship (1942)
Seein' Red, White 'n' Blue (1943)
Seein' Red, White 'N' Blue is a 1943 American cartoon short featuring Popeye, directed by Dan Gordon. The cartoon revolves around Bluto trying to escape the draft but ends up fighting alongside Popeye against some Japanese spies, Hirohito and Adolf Hitler.
Saturday Night Life (2006)
Gerak Khas The Movie (2001)
Tomorrow I'll Wake Up and Scald Myself with Tea (1977)
Tomorrow I'll Wake Up and Scald Myself with Tea (Czech: Zítra vstanu a opařím se čajem) is a 1977 Czechoslovak comical science fiction film directed by Jindřich Polák. It is a screen adaptation of Josef Nesvadba's short story with the same title.
Jeppe på Bjerget (1981)
Jeppe på bjerget is a 1981 Danish film directed by Kaspar Rostrup and based on a play by Ludvig Holberg. It won three Bodil Awards : Best Film, Best Actor (for Buster Larsen) and Best Supporting Actor (for Kurt Ravn). It was also entered into the 12th Moscow International Film Festival. It directly translates to Jeppe on the mountain.
The Crab Revolution (2004)
GWAR: Dawn of the Day of the Night of the Penguins (1997)
Rise: Rave Outlaw Disco Donnie (2004)
Jam in the Dam (2006)
Velingara Théâtre (2012)
The War of the Worlds: Next Century (1981)
The War of the Worlds: Next Century (Polish: Wojna światów – następne stulecie) is a 1981 Polish film by Piotr Szulkin which is inspired by the classical novel of H. G. Wells, The War of the Worlds. It was immediately banned by the Polish government upon its release because it depicted political parallels with the political context of the country at that time. It only received its premiere on 20 February 1983.
Noah's Outing (1932)
Najib Amhali: Most Wanted (2005)
War Italian Style (1965)
Due marines e un generale (translated: Two Marines and a General, internationally released as War Italian Style) is a 1966 Italian comedy film directed by Luigi Scattini. The film puts together the famous Italian comedian duo of Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia and the silent cinema icon Buster Keaton.
The Keaton role is a mute role, except for the words "Thank you" that he pronounces in the final scene of the film.
Saint-Germain ou La négociation (2003)
Petrol krallari (1978)
Bloody Trail (1972)
Don't Get Angry (1953)
El Aire es Dulce Aquí (2013)
La Couleur de la forme (1961)
13. Wave-Gotik-Treffen Leipzig 2004 (2004)
Het korps Mariniers (1965)
Daily Beauty Rituals (1937)
Martian Through Georgia (1962)
Martian Through Georgia is a 1962 Looney Tunes cartoon, directed by Chuck Jones, Maurice Noble (credited as a co-director), and Abe Levitow, and produced by Warner Bros., although it features none of the established Warner Bros. characters. It is a "one-off" tale of a sad and bored Martian who travels to Earth in search of happiness. He lands his spaceship in the state of Georgia, hence the title. Once there, he decides he must impart his knowledge upon Earthlings; indeed he believes this is what will bring him happiness. However, the people of Earth panic, perceiving him as a monster. Ultimately he realizes he doesn't belong and returns home. The title is a pun on the song Marching Through Georgia.
Semi-dokyumento: Sukeban yôjimbô (1974)
Lenny Kravitz - Love Love Love - Live In Lisbon (2008)
Feuchte Träume junger Frauen (1973)
Danchi no Yume: Dreams of the Projects (2012)
Maid in Hollywood (1934)
Family Tree (1987)
Bajo el ardiente sol (1971)
Dama de Noche (1993)
Never Again! The Story of a Speeder Cop. (1916)
Paddy the Next Best Thing (1933)
Paddy the Next Best Thing is a 1933 American pre-Code romantic comedy film directed by Harry Lachman and starring Janet Gaynor, Warner Baxter and Walter Connolly. The screenplay was written by Edwin J. Burke, based on the 1912 novel Paddy the Next Best Thing by Gertrude Page and its later stage adaptation.
We Will Rock You (2011)
The Birth of Magellan: Cadenza I (1977)