Argentina is a federal state subdivided into twenty-three provinces, and one autonomous city, which is the federal capital and largest city of the nation, Buenos Aires. The provinces and the capital have their own constitutions, but exist under a federal system. Argentina claims sovereignty over a part of Antarctica, the
7 Faces of Dr. Lao [18 March 1964 (USA)]
A Chinese showman Dr. Lao, uses his magical powers to save a Western town of Abalone from itself and leaves it better than what he found in the first place.
Anything Goes [April 1956 (USA)]
The members of a song-and-dance duo promise the lead in their next show to two different women.
Apache War Smoke [25 September 1952]
Apache War Smoke is a 1952 American Western film directed by Harold F. Kress and starring Gilbert Roland, Glenda Farrell, and Robert Horton. The film is based on the 1939 short story "Stage Station" by Ernest Haycox. It was released by MGM on September 25, 1952.
Black Market Baby 
When a college girl becomes pregnant, she and the father-to-be are advised by a lawyer that he can put their child up for adoption, but they soon discover that he is part of a criminal, immoral racket, out to take their child for financial gain.
Blue Sunshine [20 March 1978 (Denmark)]
A strange form of LSD, called Blue Sunshine, is believed to be driving people to commit murders.
California [14 January 1947]
As the California Gold Rush begins, Jonathan Trumbo (Ray Milland) goes AWOL from the Army and decides to lead a wagon train to the West Coast. With saloon girl Lily Bishop (Barbara Stanwyck) and Irishman Michael Fabian (Barry Fitzgerald) at his side, Jonathan arrives in California. There, he finds that rich landowner Capt. Pharaoh Coffin (George Coulouris) is trying to block California from statehood. But Trumbo's never taken kindly to men in power, and he's soon dangerously at odds with Coffin.… MORE
Captain Carey, U.S.A. [21 February 1950]
Near the end of World War II, a secret American raid on an enemy transportation hub goes very wrong when a turncoat warns the enemy. Led by Capt. Webster Carey (Alan Ladd), the mission causes the deaths of many bystanders -- among them, Carey believes, his Italian girlfriend, Giulia de Graffi (Wanda Hendrix). Back home, Carey stumbles across evidence that might uncover the identity of the informant. But, when he returns to Italy to get even, Carey is stunned by what he finds.… MORE
Duel at Apache Wells [25 January 1957]
An Arizona rancher's wayward son (Ben Cooper) has a showdown with another rancher (Jim Davis) over a vital water hole.
El Paso [5 August 1949]
After serving in the Civil War, an ex-Confederate captain is ready for a quiet life as a lawyer in peacetime El Paso, Texas. However, with a corrupt sheriff, a drunken judge and a crooked landowner running the town, he decides to form a vigilante group to combat them.
Flight to Holocaust 
Experts (Patrick Wayne, Christopher Mitchum) try to rescue passengers from a private plane lodged in the side of a skyscraper.
Force of Arms [13 August 1951]
Force of Arms is a 1951 romantic drama film set in the Italian theater of World War II. It reteamed William Holden and Nancy Olson in the third of their four movies together, all released in 1950 or 1951. An American infantryman on leave and a Women's Army Corps officer fall in love.
Ghost Chasers [29 April 1951]
When Louie, a brewery boy, gets to know that his friends are being haunted by a ghost, he decides to go and look into the matter. He discovers that the ghost is fake and is working for a mad doctor.
Gilda [14 February 1946 (USA)]
Ballian Mudson, owner of a casino learns that his new wife, Gilda shares a past with his right-hand, Johnny. Things get complicated, when Mudson mysteriously disappears and is considered to be dead.
High Tide [13 September 1947 (USA)]
A private detective (Don Castle) becomes ensnared in the escalating conflict between a gambling syndicate leader and a crusading newspaper editor (Lee Tracy).
House of Strangers [1 July 1949 (USA)]
Gino Monetti (Edward G. Robinson) has made his fortune banking, but he hasn't done it legally. When the authorities come after him, three of his sons turn their backs on him, angry over how he treated them in the past. Max (Richard Conte), his fourth son, stands by his father during his trial and stays loyal to him even when he is sent to prison. Max plots revenge against his brothers for betraying their father, while his brothers plot their own revenge against him.… MORE
It's a Wonderful Life [20 December 1946 (New York)]
George Bailey has so many problems he is thinking about ending it all - and it's Christmas! As the angels discuss George, we see his life in flashback. As George is about to jump from a bridge, he ends up rescuing his guardian angel, Clarence - who then shows George what his town would have looked like if it hadn't been for all his good deeds over the years.… MORE
Jet Over the Atlantic [4 November 1959]
An FBI agent extradites a convicted killer via a commercial flight. Other passengers on board are the killer's fiance and a psychopathic aristocrat who has placed a poison-gas bomb in his luggage.
King of the Khyber Rifles [22 December 1953]
Alan King (Tyrone Power) is a British army captain serving in India. When by chance his fellow soldiers learn that he's a half-caste born not far from where they're serving, they discriminate against him; but Brig. Gen. Maitland (Michael Rennie) puts King in charge of training local recruits. Soon after, he falls for the general's daughter, Susan (Terry Moore), and volunteers to help put down the growing Indian rebellion by pretending to defect.… MORE
Knock on Any Door [22 February 1949 (USA)]
A crusading lawyer fights to save a juvenile delinquent charged with murder.
Lookin' Italian [January 1994]
An ex-mobster (Jay Acovone) starts a new life in Los Angeles, but his reckless nephew (Matt LeBlanc) challenges him for guidance.
Make Haste to Live [25 March 1954]
Crystal Benson (Dorothy McGuire), a small-town newspaper owner, fears her former husband, Steve Blackford (Stephen McNally), is stalking her. In flashbacks, Crystal relates her secret past: While young, she marries charismatic mobster Steve. When he grows increasingly violent, Crystal runs away and assumes a new identity. When a prostitute accidentally dies in Steve's house and Crystal cannot be found, he's jailed for her murder. Now, having served his time, Steve comes to town for revenge.… MORE
Man-Eater of Kumaon [1 July 1948]
A white doctor (Wendell Corey) learns from a native couple (Sabu, Joanne Page) during a tiger hunt in India.
Mexican Hayride [27 December 1948]
A con man (Bud Abbott) finds a fall guy (Lou Costello) for a stock swindle and a mine scam.
Rose of Cimarron [28 January 1952]
A beautiful girl is raised by Cherokee Indians, but there is a missing link in her life. Who killed her real parents ?.
San Antone [15 February 1953]
During the Civil War, Texan Carl Miller adopts a neutral stance regarding the conflict. Miller is branded a coward by Brian Culver, a Confederate blowhard whose bravado masks his own cowardice. The animosity between the two men reaches the boiling point after the war, when Culver kills Miller's father. Soon afterwards, Culver finds himself the prisoner of Mexican rebel leader Chino Figueroa.… MORE
Showdown at Boot Hill 
A bounty hunter kills a wanted criminal but can't collect the reward because townspeople refuse to identify the victim.
Stage to Thunder Rock [12 June 1964]
In this western adventure, a sheriff prepares to retire but finds himself forced to deal with his past when he is assigned to round up a gang of outlaws. This gang is comprised of the sons of the man who raised him after his own parents were killed.
The Appaloosa [14 September 1966 (USA)]
In this classic Western, buffalo hunter Matt Fletcher (Marlon Brando) plans on starting a horse breeding farm with his friend Paco (Rafael Campos) in the border town of Ojo Prieto. But when a Mexican bandit (John Saxon) steals his prized Appaloosa stallion, Matt crosses the border determined to get revenge. In search of his beloved horse, Matt falls in love with a beautiful woman (Anjanette Comer), battles a band of bandits and faces poisonous scorpions.… MORE
The Blonde Bandit [11 January 1950]
A duped bride (Dorothy Patrick) joins a bookie (Gerald Mohr) in love and crime, ended by a district attorney (Robert Rockwell).
The Brothers Rico [23 August 1957 (Germany)]
Former Mafia bookkeeper Eddie Rico (Richard Conte) has decided to go straight and lives with his wife in Florida, where they plan to adopt a child. However, his brothers, Johnny (James Darren) and Gino (Paul Picerni), still work for his ex-boss, Sid Kubik (Larry Gates) -- and, when Eddie finds out their lives are in danger, he tries to re-establish his connection to the world he thought he had left behind. But when one of his brothers is killed, Eddie realizes that he may be next.… MORE
The Caddy [10 August 1953 (USA)]
Harvey Miller is the son of a famous golf pro who wanted him to follow in his footsteps but Harvey is afraid of crowds. He starts coaching a friend and becomes a successful golf instructor.
The Far Horizons [20 May 1955 (New York)]
Following the Louisiana Purchase, President Thomas Jefferson assigns Capt. Meriwether Lewis (Fred MacMurray) and Lt. William Clark (Charlton Heston) to an expedition to explore the new U.S. territory. Guided by the Native American woman Sacajawea (Donna Reed), Lewis and Clark embark on a journey through unknown and treacherous terrain in hopes of finding a water route from St. Louis to the Pacific Ocean. However, both nature and man stand in their way.… MORE
The Fighter [6 December 2010 (USA)]
Micky Ward, a struggling boxer, teams up with his older half-brother Dicky Eklund, a recovering cocaine addict, to get his career back on track.
The George Raft Story [22 November 1961]
This movie features the life of the former Hollywood film star, George Raft.
The Great Caruso [16 April 1951]
A Biographical tale traces the life of the legendary opera singer, Enrico Caruso. Caruso loves Musetta and then Dorothy but he in unacceptable to both women's fathers.
The Horizontal Lieutenant [18 April 1962]
Movie based on an army lieutenant who falls in love with a military nurse. When he is stationed on a remote island army outpost during World War II, where all the action is between the sheets.
The Last Command [3 August 1955]
In this fact-based film, legendary Texan Jim Bowie (Sterling Hayden) attempts to come to a nonviolent compromise with Mexican President Santa Anna (J. Carrol Naish), but the negotiations soon turn sour. Consuelo de Quesada (Anna Maria Alberghetti), a Mexican girl with close ties to Jim, then warns him that Santa Ana's men are planning to invade. So Jim, Davy Crockett (Arthur Hunnicutt) and a tiny crew of courageous Texans hide out in an abandoned mission, awaiting the violent confrontation.… MORE
The Lawless [1 June 1950 (USA)]
In an early 1950s California border town, race relations between the white farmers and the migrant workers who harvest fruit for them have reached a boiling point. After a racial brawl erupts at a dance, a Mexican-American teenager flees after accidentally striking a policeman and, while on the lam, is wrongly accused of assaulting a white woman. Newspaperman Larry (Macdonald Carey) becomes the sole public advocate for the boy, but his courage turns the ire of the mob on himself.… MORE
The Midnight Story [4 June 1957]
After a priest is murdered, a traffic officer becomes obsessed with finding the killer. Eventually ordered off the case, he befriends the suspect's family, but becomes torn between old and new loyalties when he starts doubting the suspect's guilt.
The Money Trap [7 September 1965 (West Germany)]
Joe Baron (Glenn Ford) is a debt-ridden detective married to free-spending Lisa (Elke Sommer). During a homicide investigation he learns that Dr. Van Tilden (Joseph Cotten), who alleges he shot a burglar, also moonlights as a narcotics supplier. Believing Van Tilden's money stash is ripe for the picking, he plans a robbery. Things get dicey when Baron's partner, Delanos (Ricardo Montalban), demands a share and he discovers that the burglar's widow is his former flame, Rosalie (Rita Hayworth).… MORE
The Rains of Ranchipur [14 December 1955]
When Edwina travels to India along with her husband, Lord Esketh, she madly falls in love with a physician, Safti. With Esketh trying to create a rift between the two, will Edwina and Safti unite?
The Red Danube [22 September 1949]
The Red Danube is a 1949 American drama film directed by George Sidney and starring Walter Pidgeon. The film was based on the 1947 novel Vespers in Vienna by Bruce Marshall.
The Story of Three Loves [26 March 1953 (USA)]
Three passengers aboard an ocean liner reminisce about past loves. In "The Jealous Lover," an acclaimed ballet choreographer (James Mason) remembers his tragic relationship with a talented young ballerina (Moira Shearer). In "Mademoiselle," a young boy is magically transformed into a grown-up (Farley Granger) who then sparks a romance with his governess (Leslie Caron). In "Equilibrium," a trapeze artist (Kirk Douglas) asks a suicidal woman (Pier Angeli) to join his death-defying act.… MORE
The Tall Men [22 September 1955]
Ben (Clark Gable) and Clint (Cameron Mitchell) Allison have been hired to lead a herd of cattle from Texas to Montana. Before long, they see a tribe of Native Americans raiding a small pioneer village. The brothers save the spirited Nella Turner (Jane Russell) and romantic sparks immediately fly between Nella and Ben. However, Nella's desire for wealth puts a damper on their burgeoning relationship. Meanwhile, the cattle drivers must make one last trip through unwelcoming native territories.… MORE
The Unholy Wife [October 1957]
A wealthy man married a blonde he met in a bar. Soon, the wife meets a new lover and plots to get rid of her husband.
The Venetian Affair [18 January 1967]
The Venetian Affair is a 1967 spy film directed by Jerry Thorpe and starring Robert Vaughn and Elke Sommer. It is based on a novel of the same name by Helen MacInnes.
Three Violent People [9 February 1957 (USA)]
A rancher (Charlton Heston), his shady bride (Anne Baxter) and his one-armed brother (Tom Tryon) fight amid carpetbaggers in Texas.
Tropic Zone [14 January 1953]
A banana expert (Ronald Reagan) protects a grower (Rhonda Fleming) and her farm from a land-grabber in Central America.
Tycoon [27 December 1947]
While building a tunnel through the Andes, an engineer falls in love with his possessive boss's daughter.
When in Rome [11 May 1952]
A con artist Joe Brewster, steals a priest's suitcase to disguise himself as a priest, and then begins to believe the role.
Woman in the Dark [15 November 1952]
A pastry-shop girl (Penny Edwards) sees a priest's (Ross Elliott) and a lawyer's (Rick Vallin) brother take part in a jewel heist.