Irene

Irene
Name : Irene
Birth Date :29 March 1991
Birth Place :Daegu, South Korea
Nationality :NA
Height:1.6 m
Occupation:Actress

Bae Joo-hyun, known professionally as Irene, is a South Korean singer and actress. She is a member and leader of the South Korean girl group Red Velvet and its sub-unit Red Velvet - Irene & Seulgi.

Irene Movies and TV Shows

  • 12 Bucks [7 October 1998]

    An ex-con (Sean Graham) and his younger brother (Scott Waugh) set out on a road trip from California to Florida.

  • 1939: Hollywood's Greatest Year [14 October 2011]

    Filmmaker Jeffrey Schwarz pays tribute to Vito Russo, author of `The Celluloid Closet' and one of the Gay Pride movement's leading activists.

  • 7 Women [5 January 1966 (Los Angeles)]

    This movie features a missionary, Agatha Andrews, who strives to fight a bandit's attack, with the help of six other women from her group.

  • A Child Called Jesus [17 September 1993]

    A prosperous widow (Irene Papas) with a gay son (Stratos Tzortzoglou) falls for a young gym instructor (Panos Mihalopoulos) in Athens.

  • A Cry in the Night [17 August 1956]

    A Cry in the Night is a 1956 film-noir, dramatic, and thriller film starring Edmond O'Brien, Brian Donlevy, Natalie Wood and Raymond Burr. The film was produced and narrated by Alan Ladd. A Cry in the Night was directed by Frank Tuttle.

  • A Dream of Kings [16 January 1969 (USA)]

    Upon returning from Vietnam, Vince Ginetta (Alex Cord) marries the lovely Emma Bertolo (Susan Strasberg), the daughter of Mafia kingpin Dominic (Luther Adler). On the day of the wedding, Vince's older brother, Frank (Kirk Douglas), a made man of the Old World mold, hears that Dominic may have had a hand in their father's murder. As the newly well-connected Vince rises to prominence in the mob, Frank struggles with jealously -- and with his desire to avenge their father's death.… MORE

  • A French Mistress [25 August 1960]

    Boys of Melbury Primary are plunged into turmoil when the new French Master turns out to be a Mistress.

  • A Girl To Kill For [Richard Oliver]

    When a man finds himself fulfilling a depraved young woman's requests, without gaining the physical reward she promises, he begins to wonder if the object of his desire is worth the price.

  • A Guy Named Joe [23 December 1943 (USA)]

    Using the backdrop of WWII, this is a story about a dead bomber pilot who returns in the form of a guardian angel to help his friend in battle as well as in matters of the heart.

  • A Kid for Two Farthings [10 May 1955 (London)]

    Joe (Jonathan Ashmore) is a young boy who lives with his mother, Joanna (Celia Johnson), in working-class London. The two reside above the tailor shop of Mr. Kandinsky (David Kossoff), who likes to tell Joe stories. When Kandinsky informs Joe that a unicorn can grant wishes, the hopeful lad ends up buying a baby goat with one tiny horn, believing it to be a real unicorn. Undaunted by his rough surroundings, Joe sets about to prove that wishes can come true.… MORE

  • A Tale of Two Worlds [13 March 1921 (USA)]

    A Tale of Two Worlds is a 1921 American silent drama film produced and distributed by Goldwyn Pictures and directed by Frank Lloyd. The film stars several well-known actors including Leatrice Joy, Wallace Beery, Edythe Chapman, and J. Frank Glendon. The film has been preserved at the Library of Congress.

  • A Talking Picture [8 May 1987 (France)]

    In the plaza in the center of a tiny Colombian village, Santiago Nasar (Anthony Delon) lies dead, having been stabbed by a pair of young twin brothers, Pedro (Carlos Miranda) and Pablo (Rogerio Miranda). As the non-linear story unfolds, the brothers' motivation becomes clear: their older sister, Angela (Ornella Muti), until recently betrothed to the dashing stranger Bayardo San Roman (Rupert Everett), has claimed that Santiago stole her virtue before her wedding night.… MORE

  • A Thousand Voices [2014]

    The story of Native American women in New Mexico, from the creation stories of the beginning of time through the invasions from Spain, Mexico and the United States.

  • A Thrill for Thelma [Edward L. Cahn]

    A young woman winds up in jail when she tries to cheat her way to luxury.

  • A Touch of Scandal [27 November 1984]

    Katherine Gilvey is a comely council woman, whose campaign for Attorney General is being managed by her ambitious, but cold-hearted husband Benjamin, which takes a turn when photographs surface of her liaison with a male prostitute who has now turned up dead.

  • A Weekend with Lulu [10 April 1961 (United Kingdom)]

    Four eccentric Britons (Bob Monkhouse, Leslie Phillips, Shirley Eaton) have a series of misadventures in France.

  • Aaron Loves Angela [25 December 1975 (USA)]

    In New York City, Angela, a Puerto Rican girl falls in love with Aaron, who is African-American. Their families are against their relationship, so they rebel against their parents' prejudice.

  • Absolute Beginners [4 April 1986 (United Kingdom)]

    A young photographer is hopelessly in love with a gorgeous model. In order to impress her, he gets involved with a pop promoter to try and make it big and wins her love.

  • Absolute Quiet [24 April 1936]

    Escaped convicts Jack (Wallace Ford) and Judy (Bernadene Hayes) stumble upon an airstrip on the Western ranch of arrogant business tycoon Gerald Axton (Lionel Atwill). Taking Axton and his secretary (Irene Hervey) hostage, the convicts inadvertently cause the crash-landing of a small plane ferrying Axton's political adversary, Gov. Sam Pruden (Raymond Walburn), and a nosy reporter (Stuart Erwin). As the long night unfolds, each person's rivalries and weaknesses are prodded by the others.… MORE

  • Adventures of a Private Eye [March 1977]

    A rookie private eye (Christopher Neil) helps an heiress model (Suzy Kendall) being blackmailed over some photos.

  • Airport 1975 [18 October 1974]

    When an in-flight collision incapacitates the pilots of an airplane bound for Los Angeles, stewardess Nancy Pryor (Karen Black) is forced to take over the controls. From the ground, her boyfriend Alan Murdock (Charlton Heston), a retired test pilot, tries to talk her through piloting and landing the 747 aircraft. Worse yet, the anxious passengers -- among which are a noisy nun (Helen Reddy) and a cranky man (Sid Caesar) -- are aggravating the already tense atmosphere.… MORE

  • Alibi [14 February 2008]

  • Along Came Love [6 November 1936]

    Emmy Grant, who works at a shop, meets handsome doorman John Patrick O'Ryan outside a theatre, and she is convinced that he is her true love.

  • American Indian Actors [Jeffrey Shore]

  • Amityville Horror [27 July 1979 (USA)]

    A newly-wed couple moves into a large mansion on the Long Island coast and discovers that it is haunted. Unfortunately for them, anyone who tries to exorcise the house meets with devastation.

  • An Old-Fashioned Girl [19 January 1949]

    A music teacher (Gloria Jean) in 1870s Boston works hard to succeed, while her wealthy distant relatives find their fortunes turning.

  • Angel and the Badman [15 February 1947 (USA)]

    When Penelope Worth, a Quaker girl, nurses Quirt Evans, a notorious gunman back to health, he reflects on his past transgressions. He then decides to learn more about her peaceful ways.

  • Ann Vickers [25 May 1934]

    Stingaree is Australia's priced outlaw and is on the run. He poses as Julian, a music composer from London, and impresses Hilda. He is caught by the police, but he escapes the prison to meet Hilda.

  • Anna and the King of Siam [20 June 1946 (USA)]

    The story revolves around Anna, a young English widow who accepts the job as tutor to the royal children of Siam. As she spends more time in the palace, her relationship with the King blossoms.

  • Anne of the Thousand Days [2 July 1964]

    A young girl finds romance and intrigue when she takes a holiday on the island of Crete. Arriving at the Moon-Spinners Hotel, she falls for a mysterious young Englishman who appears to be caught up in a jewellery-smuggling ring.

  • Another Shore [11 February 1951 (USA)]

    Gulliver Shiels lies abed in Dublin. He whiles away his time dreaming of a South Sea island. When he bumps into Alastair McNeil, Shiels believes that McNeil could be the benefactor of his daydreams.

  • Antigone [June 1961 (West Germany)]

    In ancient Thebes, Greece, two brothers seeking the throne have slain each other in battle. Their father, King Creon (Manos Katrakis), mandates that one will be properly honored with a burial, while the other is left to rot in the elements. Creon's daughter, Antigone (Irene Papas), goes against her father's wishes and secretly buries her disgraced brother. Tragedy unfolds when the king discovers Antigone's misdeed and orders her imprisonment, along with her sister, Ismene (Maro Kontou).… MORE

  • Anxiety [1987]

    This highly speculative film depicts the childhood of Jesus (Matteo Bellina), a period of his life largely absent from scripture. When a royal decree goes out that all young Hebrew boys must be killed, Joseph (Bekim Fehmiu) and Mary (Maria Del Carmen San Martin) leave Israel for Egypt with their son. As Jesus grows older, he becomes close to his parents, but ultimately begins to realize his spiritual path and returns to the Holy Land to fulfill his destiny.… MORE

  • Arch of Triumph [1948 (United Kingdom)]

    A refugee doctor (Charles Boyer) saves a singer (Ingrid Bergman) from the Seine and hunts a Nazi thug (Charles Laughton) in Paris.

  • Attila [27 December 1954 (Italy)]

    Attila is a 1954 Italian-French co-production, directed by Pietro Francisci and produced by Dino De Laurentiis and Carlo Ponti. Based on the life of Attila the Hun, it stars Anthony Quinn as Attila and Sophia Loren as Honoria, with Henri Vidal, Irene Papas, Ettore Manni and Christian Marquand.

  • Az elveszettek szigete [John Florea]

  • Bachelor Apartment [5 May 1933]

    A clinging mother (Laura Hope Crews) tries to divide one son (Joel McCrea) from his wife (Irene Dunne) and another son from his girlfriend.

  • Back Street [30 December 1932 (USA)]

    Based on Fanny Hurst's classic novel of the star-crossed romance between a prominent married man and an Ohio farm woman.

  • Battle of Sutjeska [4 December 1994]

    Isaac's son Jacob deprives his brother Esau of his birthright and has to flee for his life. He finds shelter with his uncle Laban, but is himself deceived. Finally, Jacob has to face both his uncle and brother.

  • Beau Brummel [30 March 1924]

    Bryan Brummel loses the woman of his dreams due to family pressure and class systems. Soon, he lures the upper crest of the society with his charm, but has to pay a heavy price for it in the end.

  • Beau Ideal [16 January 1931]

    An American (Lester Vail) and his British boyhood buddy (Ralph Forbes) wind up together in the French Foreign Legion.

  • Blackbeard the Pirate [24 December 1952]

    Blackbeard the Pirate is a 1952 Technicolor adventure film directed by Raoul Walsh and starring Robert Newton, Linda Darnell, William Bendix, Keith Andes, and Torin Thatcher. The film was made by RKO and produced by Edmund Grainger from a screenplay by Alan Le May based on the story by DeVallon Scott.

  • Blood Money [Aaron Lipstadt]

    A man (Brian Bloom) returns home to attend his brother's funeral and learns it was mob connections that got him murdered.

  • Bloodline [29 June 1979]

    A pampered woman (Audrey Hepburn) inherits her slain father's Swiss-based pharmaceutical empire and cannot trust anyone.

  • Bombay Clipper [11 January 1942]

    During his honeymoon, a reporter is caught in a mystery involving a clipper en route to Bombay.

  • Bonzo Goes to College [11 September 1952]

    Bad guys kidnap a football-playing chimp kept as a pet by a faculty couple's (Maureen O'Sullivan, Charles Drake) daughter.

  • Bouboulina [3 March 1973]

    Members of a crime family send cash to Sicily hidden on the body of a dead gangster.

  • Boys Will Be Boys [5 May 1921]

    Boys Will Be Boys is a 1921 American comedy film directed by Clarence G. Badger and written by Edfrid A. Bingham. The film stars Will Rogers, Irene Rich, Charles Mason, Sidney Ainsworth, Edward Kimball, and Milton Ross. The film was released on May 5, 1921, by Goldwyn Pictures.

  • Bradbury [Ken Annakin]

  • Brawn of the North [12 November 1922 (USA)]

    Brawn of the North is a lost 1922 American silent Northwoods film. It was produced by Laurence Trimble and Jane Murfin with release through Associated First National Pictures. The film stars Irene Rich and a new canine find by Trimble named Strongheart.

  • Bridgewalkers [January 2014 (USA)]

  • Brief Encounter [12 November 1974 (USA)]

    When doctor Alec Harvey (Richard Burton) helps Anna Jesson (Sophia Loren) get something out of her eye on a train platform, neither suspects they are initiating an affair. Both are married with children and believe their impulse to meet again is completely innocent. But one meeting leads to several, and soon their mutual attraction becomes undeniable. They attempt an unsuccessful tryst in a friend's apartment and, increasingly scared of being discovered, decide to call it off.… MORE

  • Brothers in Law [1957]

    A young British lawyer (Ian Carmichael) plays golf with a judge, flirts with a model and defends a swindler (Terry-Thomas).

  • Busted Up [14 May 1986]

    A Canadian boxer (Paul Coufos) can keep his daughter, reunite with her mother (Irene Cara) and save his neighborhood with a fight.

  • Cactus Flower [16 December 1969 (USA)]

    Distraught when her middle-aged lover breaks a date with her, 21-year-old Toni Simmons (Goldie Hawn) attempts suicide. Impressed by her action, her lover, dentist Julian Winston (Walter Matthau) reconsiders marrying Toni, but he worries about her insistence on honesty. Having fabricated a wife and three children, Julian readily accepts when his devoted nurse, Stephanie (Ingrid Bergman), who has secretly loved Julian for years, offers to act as his wife and demand a divorce.… MORE

  • Caged in Paradiso [1990]

    A prisoner's wife joins him on an island where a killer satellite and shark-infested waters keep inmates in check.

  • Calendar Girl [31 January 1947]

    Two best friends, an artist and a composer, move to Greenwich Village from Boston in 1900. After moving into a boarding house, they both fall in love with the woman next door, and vie for her affections.

  • Caprice [18 April 1967 (United Kingdom)]

    An industrial spy (Doris Day) for a cosmetics firm falls for another (Richard Harris) who may not be on her side.

  • Captain Corelli's Mandolin [22 September 2000 (USA)]

    Isabella Oliveira moves out of Brazil and takes on the challenges life throws at her when her husband cheats on her after getting frustrated by her severe motion sickness.

  • Captain January [6 July 1924]

    A lighthouse keeper (Hobart Bosworth) forms a special bond with a little girl (Baby Peggy) that he found on the shore.

  • Carlton-Browne of the F.O. [10 March 1959]

    When the king of Gaillardia dies, the tiny nation's resources and location in the Pacific draw the interest of world powers. Great Britain has long enjoyed rights to Gaillardia's mineral deposits. However, the monarch's death places them in jeopardy, necessitating the dispatch of diplomat Carlton-Browne (Terry-Thomas) to meet with Prime Minister Amphibulos (Peter Sellers). Unfortunately, the former's bumbling, the latter's obtuseness and a revolution threaten to undermine everything.… MORE

  • Carry On Constable [22 February 1960]

    A flu epidemic decimates the ranks of a local police force. With no other options, the powers-that-be bring in raw green recruits to tackle crime.

  • Carry On Nurse [5 March 1959]

    Set in Haven Hospital where a certain men's ward is causing more havoc than the whole hospital put together. The formidable Matron's debut gives the patients a chill every time she walks past, with only Reckitt standing up to her. There's a major who is a constant nuisance, a bumbling nurse, a romance between Ted York and Nurse Denton and Bell who wants his bunyon removed straight away.… MORE

  • Certain Fury [13 April 1985 (South Korea)]

    A hooker (Tatum O'Neal) and a rich girl (Irene Cara) bolt from court, hit the street and fight their way through the drug underworld.

  • Charlie Chan in Shanghai [14 October 1935 (USA)]

    The Chinese detective (Warner Oland) and his No. 1 son (Keye Luke) bust an opium ring in China.

  • Check and Double Check [25 October 1930]

    Amos (Freeman F. Gosden) and Andy (Charles J. Correll) mix up real estate and romance.

  • Chicago Deadline [3 November 1949 (USA)]

    When reporter Ed Adams (Alan Ladd) finds himself in the same hotel as the beautiful but dead Rosita Jean d'Ur (Donna Reed), he becomes obsessed with her and takes her diary. Although Rosita seems to have died from tuberculosis, Ed keeps digging, discovering that there were many men in Rosita's life, and some of them were from the wrong side of the law. With help from Rosita's former roommate, Ed starts to put together the pieces of Rosita's life but also finds his own in danger.… MORE

  • Christ Stopped at Eboli [25 March 1988]

    Katharine is a talented photographer living on an idyllic Greek island. Unfortunately, the only thing that's clicking is her camera, until she finds herself surrounded by crazies, spies, smugglers, love-sick tourists, a teenage daughter and an ex-husband.

  • Chronicle of a Death Foretold [8 May 1987 (France)]

    In the plaza in the center of a tiny Colombian village, Santiago Nasar (Anthony Delon) lies dead, having been stabbed by a pair of young twin brothers, Pedro (Carlos Miranda) and Pablo (Rogerio Miranda). As the non-linear story unfolds, the brothers' motivation becomes clear: their older sister, Angela (Ornella Muti), until recently betrothed to the dashing stranger Bayardo San Roman (Rupert Everett), has claimed that Santiago stole her virtue before her wedding night.… MORE

  • Cimarron [1 December 1960 (USA)]

    The Cravet family build their newspaper into a business empire. Yancey Cravet, an adventurer-idealist, spurns the opportunity to become governor, since this means cheating the Indians of their land.

  • City Heat [5 December 1984 (USA)]

    Lieutenant Speer and his ex-colleague Mike Murphy team up again to fight the mob. Murphy is now a private eye, and the two can't stand eachother even though they served together in the past.

  • Classified X [Leo McCarey]

  • Code of Scotland Yard [10 March 1947]

    A British antiques dealer (Oscar Homolka), escaped from Devil's Island, kills to protect his daughter (Muriel Pavlow) from his past.

  • Come Play with Me [28 April 1977]

    Mary Millington makes you an offer you can't refuse as she and a gaggle of other beautiful girls set up a health farm.

  • Comrades: Almost a Love Story [2 November 1996 (Hong Kong)]

    Country boy Xiaojun (Leon Lai) moves to Hong Kong, hoping to get rich so that he can send for his hometown sweetheart and marry her. But Xiaojun barely scrapes by in the baffling metropolis, and is lonely until he meets city-slicker Qiao (Maggie Cheung). While she schools him in urban living, the mismatched pair become best friends and eventually have a romantic tryst. Both decide it's wise to forget their passionate night and remain friends, but they still secretly yearn for one another.… MORE

  • Confessions of a Driving Instructor [1976]

    When a young man sets up a driving school, he finds himself more interested in the charms of his female pupils than actually instructing them.

  • Consigna: Matar al testigo [Peter Yates]

  • Consolation Marriage [15 April 1931 (USA)]

    Wayne, a rich playboy, falls in love with Helene, an out-of-work steno who comes to his infamous apartment looking for her sister Lita. Now, he must convince her that his love for her is genuine.

  • Coriolanus [20 January 2012 (India)]

    Roman General Coriolanus fails to win the support of his people and loses the position of Consul. He then allies with his enemy Tullus Aufidius and swears to take revenge on his city.

  • Cosmic Radio [4 January 2008]

  • Craig's Wife [16 September 1928]

    A domineering woman (Irene Rich) thinks more of material possessions than of her husband (Warner Baxter).

  • Crash Landing [1 July 1958]

    A commercial airliner pilot loses two engines of the plane mid-ocean. Showing great dedication towards his job, he tries to safeguard the plane and passengers.

  • Crazy Horse [7 July 1996]

    During the mid-19th century, in what is now South Dakota, Crazy Horse (Michael Greyeyes) of the Oglala Sioux rises to prominence in his tribe. He falls in love with the married Black Buffalo Woman (Irene Bedard), and uses his trance-like visions to help his uncle, Chief Red Cloud (Wes Studi), and his people fight for independence against the advancing American forces. Eventually, they defeat General Custer (Peter Horton) and his men, but they then must face the reality of Westward expansion.… MORE

  • Cytherea [3 April 1924]

    Cytherea is a 1924 American silent romantic drama film directed by George Fitzmaurice and starring Alma Rubens, Lewis Stone, Constance Bennett, and Norman Kerry. Based on the novel Cytherea, Goddess of Love, by Joseph Hergesheimer and was adapted for the screen by Frances Marion.

  • Damien's Island [Don Murray]

    The life of a leper priest in Hawaii.

  • Daring Game [April 1968 (USA)]

    The Flying Fish commandos and their leader (Lloyd Bridges) rescue a professor and daughter from a Third World dictator (Michael Ansara).

  • Deadly Hero [1975]

    A crazed New York policeman (Don Murray) kills a creep (James Earl Jones) to save a cellist (Diahn Williams), then terrorizes the cellist.

  • Dearie [18 June 1927]

    Dearie is a 1927 silent drama film produced and distributed by Warner Bros. and directed by Archie Mayo. It is from a story by Victorian author Carolyn Wells about a woman who sacrifices for her ungrateful son. This film starred Irene Rich and is considered a lost film.

  • Deathtrap [19 March 1982 (USA)]

    A blocked playwright plots to kill a beginner and steal his script. Clifford Anderson, has written a script for his writing seminar and sends it to his mentor Sidney.

  • Desert Mice [December 1959 (USA)]

    Mediocre British entertainers go to Africa to raise troop morale in World War II.

  • Desire in the Dust [11 October 1960]

    Lonnie Wilson (Ken Scott) returns to his Clinton, La., home after serving a six-year sentence for manslaughter. He revives his romance with Melinda (Martha Hyer), the daughter of prominent local man Colonel Marquand (Raymond Burr) -- who's also the woman who caused the fatal accident that he took the fall for. With Lonnie wrapped around Melinda's finger, the Colonel makes plans to double-cross Lonnie when he bribes him into taking the blame for his daughter one more time.… MORE

  • Desperate Trails [June 1921]

    Desperate Trails is a 1921 American western film directed by John Ford and featuring Harry Carey. The film is considered to be lost.

  • Destination Unknown [10 September 1942]

    Destination Unknown is a 1942 American thriller film directed by Ray Taylor and starring William Gargan, Irene Hervey and Sam Levene. It was made as a second feature film by Universal Pictures set in China in World War II.

  • Destry Rides Again [30 November 1939 (New York)]

    The small town of Bottleneck is under the control of Kent (Brian Donlevy), a power-hungry boss who gets control over the local cattle ranchers by winning a rigged game of cards. When the local sheriff questions the legitimacy of the game, Kent has him killed and names the town drunk, Dimsdale (Charles Winninger), as sheriff. What Kent doesn't know is that Dimsdale knows legendary lawman Tom Destry, who in turns sends his daring son Tom Destry Jr. (James Stewart) to Bottleneck to save the day.… MORE

  • Det store flip [Karen Arthur]

  • Die Welt des Frauenplaneten [Arthur C. Pierce]

  • Displaced Person [12 April 1977 (USA)]

  • Doctor in Trouble [16 June 1970]

    A British doctor (Leslie Phillips) stows away on an ocean liner in his pursuit of a young woman (Angela Scoular) in a miniskirt.

  • Don't Tell the Wife [22 January 1927]

    Don't Tell the Wife is a 1927 American silent romantic comedy film directed by Paul L. Stein and starring Irene Rich, Huntley Gordon and Lilyan Tashman.

  • Don't Torture a Duckling [15 October 2003 (France)]

    On the Mediterranean, a professor (Leonor Silveira) shows her young daughter (Filipa de Almeida) ancient sites, while three women engage the ship's captain (John Malkovich) in debate.

  • Double Bunk [30 March 1961]

    Newlyweds (Ian Carmichael, Janette Scott) move their leaky houseboat, reach France and race their landlord's yacht back to London.

  • Down and Out in Beverly Hills [31 January 1986 (USA)]

    Jerry, a homeless man, wanders into the backyard of a nouveau-riche Beverly Hills couple Dave and Barbara Whittman. They save him from drowning in their pool and warm up to his presence in the house.

  • Down to Earth [1 September 1932]

    Newly rich Oklahomans (Will Rogers, Irene Rich) live in a chateau like the one they had in Paris, then go broke.

  • East Side of Heaven [7 April 1939]

    A singing cabby (Bing Crosby), his fiancee (Joan Blondell) and his roommate (Mischa Auer) tend an abandoned baby sought by the police.

  • Edge of America [10 December 2003]

    A teacher takes a job on an American Indian reservation and becomes the coach of a ragtag girls' basketball team.

  • El monasterio de la muerte [Jeremy Kagan]

  • El Niño Perdido [Karen Arthur]

  • Electra [June 1961 (West Germany)]

    In ancient Thebes, Greece, two brothers seeking the throne have slain each other in battle. Their father, King Creon (Manos Katrakis), mandates that one will be properly honored with a burial, while the other is left to rot in the elements. Creon's daughter, Antigone (Irene Papas), goes against her father's wishes and secretly buries her disgraced brother. Tragedy unfolds when the king discovers Antigone's misdeed and orders her imprisonment, along with her sister, Ismene (Maro Kontou).… MORE

  • Eréndira [27 December 1954 (Italy)]

    Attila is a 1954 Italian-French co-production, directed by Pietro Francisci and produced by Dino De Laurentiis and Carlo Ponti. Based on the life of Attila the Hun, it stars Anthony Quinn as Attila and Sophia Loren as Honoria, with Henri Vidal, Irene Papas, Ettore Manni and Christian Marquand.

  • Eve's Lover [6 July 1925 (USA)]

    Eve's Lover is a lost 1925 silent film drama directed by Roy Del Ruth and starring Irene Rich and Clara Bow. The screenplay was by Darryl F. Zanuck from a story by Mrs. W. K. Clifford. Warner Brothers produced and distributed the film.

  • Everybody's Hobby [26 August 1939]

    When newspaper reporter Thomas Leslie (Henry O'Neill) loses his job for refusing to cover a story in the way the paper's new owners want, his stamp-collecting wife, Myra (Irene Rich), encourages him to pursue a hobby. Soon Thomas is a budding photographer and eager to flex his new camera skills. He plans a family vacation to the mountains that is disrupted by a raging forest fire. Thomas and his son, Robert (Jackie Moran), an avid ham radio operator, team up to find out what happened.… MORE

  • Eyewitness [13 February 1981]

    New York City custodian Daryll Deever (William Hurt) is a big fan of local news reporter Tony Sokolow (Sigourney Weaver), so he is intrigued when she shows up to cover a story at his workplace. There's been a murder in the office building, and Tony suspects that Daryll may have insight into the crime, a notion that he furthers to stay close to her. However, when those behind the killing begin to think that Daryll really knows something, they target both him and Tony to keep their secrets hidden.… MORE

  • Fame [23 September 2009 (USA)]

    Six young students have to go the extra mile to prove that they are worthy of studying at the prestigious New York Academy of Performing Arts.

  • Fast Forward [15 February 1985]

    Dreaming of making it big, a group of high-school students from Ohio treks to New York City to become dancers. They include Matt (John Scott Clough), Michael (Don Franklin) and June (Tamara Mark), and they arrive in the big city unaware of the upcoming challenges. First, they find out that their dance routines are terribly dated. Then, they meet numerous locals who don't like out-of-towners trying to impinge on their turf. The kids prepare for a dance competition that will settle it all.… MORE

  • Father Damien: The Leper Priest [27 October 1980]

    Belgian priest Joseph De Veuster (Ken Howard) devotes himself to the Molokai leper colony in 19th-century Hawaii.

  • Father's Son [7 March 1931]

    Father's Son is a 1931 American pre-Code melodrama film which was produced by Warner Bros. in 1930 and released early in 1931. The movie is based on the original film scenario Old Fathers and Young Sons by Booth Tarkington. The film is also known by the name "Boy of Mine."

  • Five and Ten [13 June 1931]

    Jennifer meets Berry and starts developing feelings for him, but he gets married to Muriel who despises Jennifer. However, sparks fly between Jennifer and Berry when they re-unite.

  • Five Easy Pieces [12 September 1970 (USA)]

    Robert Dupea is an oil rig worker who has abandoned his privileged life and his successful career as a pianist. Troubled with his self-imposed exile for 20 years, he plans to return home.

  • Flower Drum Song [9 November 1961]

    In this adaptation of the 1958 Rodgers and Hammerstein Broadway musical, Chinese immigrant Mei Li (Miyoshi Umeki) is betrothed to nightclub boss Sammy Fong (Jack Soo), but he wants to marry showgirl Linda Low (Nancy Kwan). To get out of the arrangement, Sammy pawns her off to wealthy Master Wang (Benson Fong) as a fiancée for his son, Wang Ta (Victor Sen Yung). Mei Li falls in love with Wang, but he wants to pursue Linda, who takes advantage of his affections to test Sammy's love.… MORE

  • For the Love of Ada [1972]

    Walter and Ada Bingley are celebrating their wedding anniversary unaware that their friends and family are planning a surprise party for them.

  • For Us the Living: The Medgar Evers Story [22 March 1983]

    During the civil rights movement of the '50s and '60s in Mississippi, Medgar Evers (Howard E. Rollins Jr.) rose from being an insurance agent to become one of the most integral activists of the era. From boycotting white merchants in the mid '50s to being a key figure in desegregating the University of Mississippi in 1962, Evers met success, and with it many enemies. When racists swarm his house, his life and the lives of his wife (Irene Cara) and children are threatened.… MORE

  • Forbidden [December 1984]

    Based on a true story. Romance blossoms in the most unlikely circumstances, when a German countess falls in love with a young Jewish man during World War II.

  • Fort Apache [27 March 1948 (Phoenix)]

    This movie features an experienced cavalry officer, who sets out to find people that are causing trouble around the Fort Apache.

  • Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred [22 October 2011 (USA)]

    Just when you thought it was safe to turn on the TV... Fred's back, in his all-new second movie adventure.

  • Frisco Lil [13 March 1942]

    A spunky girl comes to the aid of her father, who is accused of a crime he didn't commit.

  • Gang Busters [1942]

    Gang Busters is a 1942 Universal movie serial based on the radio series Gang Busters.

  • Gasbags [1 February 1941]

    Gasbags is a 1941 British comedy film directed by Walter Forde and Marcel Varnel and starring The Crazy Gang. The film was a morale-booster in the early part of the war.

  • George and Margaret [30 November 1940]

    George and Margaret is a 1940 British comedy film directed by George King and starring Marie Lohr, Judy Kelly and Noel Howlett. It is based on the 1937 play of the same title by Gerald Savory, which ran for over three hundred performances in the West End.

  • Get Down Tonight: The Disco Explosion Live [2005]

  • Getrennte Tische [John Schlesinger]

  • Godless Men [November 1920 (USA)]

    Godless Men is a 1920 American silent adventure drama film directed by Reginald Barker and produced and distributed by Goldwyn Pictures. It stars Russell Simpson and James "Jim" Mason as a father and son. It is based on a Saturday Evening Post short story Black Pawl by Ben Ames Williams.

  • Going Steady [February 1958]

    Bee and Reed are two high school sweethearts who run off and get married one weekend after she fools her parents into thinking she's going to an out-of-town basketball game. They move in with her parents and soon discover they are to become parents.

  • Golden Chicken [26 December 2002]

    A thief starts to fall for his would-be victim, a charming prostitute, who shares her life story.

  • Grand Avenue [30 June 1996]

    Violence, poverty and unemployment challenge three American Indian families relocated to a Northern California town.

  • Greasewood Flat [2004]

    A struggling musician (Chip Adams) returns home to face his past and to try to regain his lost passion for the music he once thought was his life.

  • Great Day [13 April 1945 (London)]

    This movie features women living in the village of Denley, who are thrilled, when they learn about a VIP's visit in their town.

  • Greatest Ever 80s Movies [Tim Van Someren, Ruben Ray-Choudhuri]

  • Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones [15 April 1980]

    Guyana Tragedy: The Story of Jim Jones, also called The Mad Messiah, is a 1980 television miniseries about the Peoples Temple led by Jim Jones, and their 1978 mass suicide at Jonestown.

  • Half Angel [5 May 1951]

    Modest nurse Nora Gilpin (Loretta Young) has fond memories of a brief, youthful love with John Raymond (Joseph Cotten), now a prominent attorney. Ignoring those feelings, she accepts the marriage proposal of longtime suitor Tim McCarey (Cecil Kellaway). When she goes to sleep, however, the demure Nora sleepwalks to Raymond's house in a sexy dress to seduce him. Nora is confused when Raymond approaches her in the daytime, but slowly realizes that she is leading a different life while asleep.… MORE

  • Half Way to Shanghai [18 September 1942]

    A young woman encounters terror and suspense aboard a train leaving the Orient during wartime.

  • Hamlet and Eggs [William C. Watson]

  • Hancock 2 [Stephen Savage]

  • Happily Ever After [2005 (Philippines)]

  • Happy Days [2 October 2007 (India)]

    A group of eight youngsters from an engineering college form an unbreakable friendship after going through various struggles.

  • Hard Rock Harrigan [1 July 1935]

    A life-threatening cave-in forces two rival tunnel workers to put their differences aside and pull together.

  • He's My Guy [26 March 1943]

    Former vaudevillians (Joan Davis, Dick Foran, Irene Hervey) perform at a defense plant to boost wartime morale.

  • Heading for Heaven [6 December 1947 (USA)]

    A small-town real estate agent owns a significant amount of property, which for several generations has failed to sell, even though the town has grown. Unbeknownst to the agent, the property is valuable as it is being considered for a new airport.

  • Heavens Above! [20 May 1963 (USA)]

    In a case of mistaken identity, John Smallwood (Peter Sellers), an idealistic British reverend with socialist beliefs, is appointed to a village parish populated by elitist landed gentry. There his conscience and acts of charity quickly become unpopular with the parishioners, who reveal a selfish and un-Christian disdain for those less fortunate who the reverend welcomes to the parish. Things really go awry, however, when Smallwood's actions endanger the village's primary source of income.… MORE

  • Heir Today [William C. Watson]

  • Held for Murder [12 October 1932 (USA)]

    A woman (Irene Rich) takes the rap when her daughter apparently commits murder.

  • Hiawatha - Eine indianische Legende [Brad Smith]

  • High Season [23 January 1953 (Italy)]

    Adulterers try to save their own reputations when a wrongly accused servant commits suicide.

  • High, Wide, and Handsome [14 April 1932 (USA)]

    A Jewish surgeon (Ricardo Cortez) with a passion for healing instead makes his career caring for the upper class in New York, but must confront what it truly important when tragedy strikes his family.

  • His Night Out [1 October 1935]

    His Night Out is a 1935 American comedy film directed by William Nigh and written by Harry Clork and Doris Malloy. The film stars Edward Everett Horton, Irene Hervey, Jack La Rue, Robert McWade, Lola Lane and Willard Robertson. The film was released on October 1, 1935, by Universal Pictures.

  • Hold Your Temper [Lloyd French]

  • Hollywood Without Make-Up [7 February 2019]

    Gay nurse Pedro goes to criminal lengths to find his ailing transgender friend a hospital bed.

  • Honeymoon Limited [1935]

    A penniless author accepts a challenge to walk from New York to San Francisco and record his experiences in a journal.

  • Hot Potato [April 1976]

    A martial-arts expert and two cohorts try to rescue an ambassador's daughter who was kidnapped in Thailand.

  • Hot Rhythm [13 April 1944]

    Two people record an ambitious singer crooning the vocals over an already recorded audio of Tommy Taylor's band. However, they are unaware of the fact that the recording could land them in trouble.

  • How to Stuff a Wild Bikini [14 July 1965 (USA)]

    Frankie, a sailor, gets the help of a witch doctor, Bwana, to keep his lady Dee Dee away from other men as he has to move out of the station. Now, Bwana has to save Dee Dee from Ricky, a handsome lad.

  • I berretti verdi [Ray Kellogg, John Wayne]

  • I Remember Mama [9 March 1948 (USA)]

    This movie features the bumpy life of a Norwegian immigrant family, living in San Francisco.

  • I'll Take Her Like a Father [23 February 1999 (Spain)]

    Despondent after several failed attempts at pregnancy, Yerma (Aitana Sánchez-Gijón) talks to an old pagan woman (Irene Papas), who counsels that her husband, Juan (Juan Diego), is actually the source of the problem. Yerma considers seducing the handsome shepherd Victor (Jesus Cabrero) to become pregnant, but village gossip paralyzes her. As her frustration and resentment build, Yerma becomes mentally unstable and begins considering violent solutions.… MORE

  • I'm All Right Jack [18 August 1959 (United Kingdom)]

    Upper-class but unemployable Stanley Windrush (Ian Carmichael) is offered an unskilled job on the floor of a missile factory owned by his unscrupulous Uncle Bertram (Dennis Price). When personnel manager Major Hitchcock (Terry-Thomas) discovers how much more quickly Windrush can complete his tasks than the other workers, union steward Fred Kite (Peter Sellers) calls a strike to keep his men from having their wages cut. The unexpected results cause nothing but trouble for all concerned.… MORE

  • If I Were Free [15 October 1931 (USA)]

    Steve and Mary decide get married after their respective lovers leave them for richer prospects. Things regress when their lovers re-enter their lives.

  • Indian Signs [Charles E. Roberts]

  • Inn for Trouble [February 1960 (United Kingdom)]

    A British couple serve up a potent potable when a local brewery begins siphoning off business from their country pub.

  • Into the Night [12 September 1983]

    A cruel woman forces her granddaughter into prostitution after she accidentally destroys the older woman's belongings.

  • Into the West []

  • Invitation to Happiness [6 January 1933 (USA)]

    No Other Woman is a 1933 American pre-Code romantic melodrama film starring Irene Dunne, and featuring Charles Bickford, Gwili Andre and Eric Linden.

  • Iphigenia [15 December 1969]

    Matsoukas, a Greek-American, lives with his wife and his son Stavros. He learns that his son is going to die soon. He gambles to raise money to take his son to Greece in order to cure him.

  • Irène [26 June 2002]

    An uptight paralegal (Cécile de France) fails to notice a handsome housepainter (Bruno Putzulu) while she tries to bag a co-worker (Olivier Sitruk) who moved to Tokyo.

  • Island of the Lost [1967]

    An anthropologist is shipwrecked with his family while on an expedition in search of an uncharted South Pacific island.

  • It Grows on Trees [2 September 1952 (USA)]

    A housewife's (Irene Dunne) husband (Dean Jagger) refuses to believe she picks money from their backyard trees.

  • Jacob [29 November 1996 (Portugal)]

    Party is a 1996 Portuguese-French comedy-drama film directed by Manoel de Oliveira. It was screened in competition at the 1996 Venice Film Festival.

  • Jes' Call Me Jim [23 May 1920]

    Jes' Call Me Jim is a 1920 American drama film directed by Clarence G. Badger and written by Edward T. Lowe Jr. and Thompson Buchanan. It is based on the 1875 novel Seven Oaks by James G. Holland. The film stars Will Rogers, Irene Rich, Lionel Belmore, Raymond Hatton, Jimmy Rogers and Bert Sprotte.

  • Jigsaw [William Graham]

    A framed police lieutenant is caught in a web of deception when he can't produce the body of a suspect he says he shot.

  • Joan of Arc [11 November 1948 (New York)]

    A 14 year old girl, Joan of Arc has had some voices telling her to lead God's Army and she takes over Orleans.

  • Joy of Living [6 May 1938 (USA)]

    Joy of Living is a 1938 American musical comedy film directed by Tay Garnett and starring Irene Dunne and Douglas Fairbanks Jr. with supporting performances from Alice Brady, Guy Kibbee, Jean Dixon, Eric Blore and Lucille Ball.

  • Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders [29 December 1974]

    A seventh-century Chinese sleuth's (Khigh Dhiegh) case involves his three wives and a bear, for starters.

  • Just Plain Folks [William C. Watson]

  • Just the Ticket [February 1998]

    Gary Starke (Andy Garcia) is one of the best ticket scalpers in New York City. His girlfriend, Linda (Andie MacDowell), doesn't approve of his criminal lifestyle, though, and dumps him when she gets the opportunity to study cooking in Paris. Gary realizes that he has to give up scalping if he has any chance of winning her back. But before he does, he wants to cash out on one last big score. He gets his chance when the pope announces he'll be performing Easter Mass at Yankee Stadium.… MORE

  • Keeping Company [27 December 1940]

    Ted and Mary insist that their marriage will be one without problems, misunderstandings arise with the appearance of Anastasia Atherton, Ted's old sweetheart who has just returned from New York.

  • Keeping Fit [26 October 1942]

    Keeping Fit is a 1942 American short film made by Universal Pictures about the importance of keeping fit in war time. It is noticeable for its cast which includes Lon Chaney Jr., Robert Stack, Andy Devine, Dick Foran and Broderick Crawford, all of whom were under contract to Universal. It was directed by Arthur Lubin.

  • Killing 'em Softly [1982]

    A retired Broadway prop man (George Segal) stabs and robs the manager of a rock singer (Irene Cara), whose boyfriend is blamed.

  • King Lear [1999 (Russia)]

    Harry Sterndale, a failed photographer, is diagnosed with cancer and told that he only has three months to live. He decides to kill everyone who has ever crossed him, and even hires someone to kill him, but when the doctor informs him that the cancer reports were inaccurate, Harry finds himself being chased by the police and a hitman.

  • L'assistente sociale tutto pepe [1948]

  • La Cavale impossible [Stephen GYLLENHAAL]

  • Lady in a Jam [1 December 1933]

    Gordon Evers and Sarah Cazenove, both suicidal and depressed, meet each other and fall in love. However, they face many difficulties when their relationship is opposed by the society.

  • Lady Windermere's Fan [26 December 1925]

    The notorious Mrs. Erlynne (Irene Rich), known for romantic scandals, returns to England and visits Lord Windermere (Bert Lytell) to confide that she is the mother of his wife, Lady Windermere (May McAvoy), having abandoned her daughter 20 years earlier. Later, Mrs. Erlynne attends a birthday party for Lady Windermere, and her daughter thinks she's Lord Windermere's mistress. Stung, Lady Windermere allows the romantic advances of Lord Darlington, until her mother comes to the rescue.… MORE

  • Lakota Woman: Siege at Wounded Knee [16 October 1994]

    Raised on a Sioux reservation in the 1960s, young Lakota girl Mary Crow Dog (Irene Bedard) learns the history of her people at the foot of her grandfather Fool Bull (Floyd "Red Crow" Westerman), a survivor of the legendary massacre at Wounded Knee in 1890. Forced to attend a Catholic boarding school, she loses touch with her tribal heritage until becoming radicalized by a fellow student (Amy Moore Davis) and going forth to regain her Native American identity.… MORE

  • Le donne del pianeta preistorico [Arthur C. Pierce]

  • Leathernecking [19 August 1950]

    Kay, a city-based Broadway songwriter, falls in love with Chris, a cowboy. Kay moves to Wyoming to live with Chris, but soon learns that life on a ranch is more difficult than she had expected.

  • Left Right and Centre [23 June 1959 (London)]

    A British TV star's (Ian Carmichael) uncle (Alastair Sim) runs him for public office against a fishmonger's daughter (Patricia Bredin).

  • Let's Try Again [22 June 1934]

    Dr. Jack and his wife Alice are in love with each other even after ten years of marriage. The circumstances around them make them rethink and rekindle their love for each other.

  • Life with Father [14 August 1947 (Skowhegan)]

    A straitlaced turn-of-the-century father presides over a family of boys and the mother who really rules the roost.

  • Lion of the Desert [26 February 1969 (France)]

    A prominent politician is murdered during a demonstration. The government and army are trying to suppress the truth. But, a tenacious magistrate is determined to not to let them get away with it.

  • Little Iodine [20 October 1946 (USA)]

    Little Iodine is a 1946 American comedy film directed by Reginald Le Borg and written by Richard H. Landau. The film is based on the comic strip Little Iodine by Jimmy Hatlo. The film stars Jo Ann Marlowe, Marc Cramer, Eve Whitney, Irene Ryan and Hobart Cavanaugh.

  • Lost in Yonkers [14 May 1993]

    After the death of his wife, Eddie Kurnitz decides to work as a salesman in order to pay off the medical bills incurred. He leaves his sons with his strict mother and his childlike sister Bella.

  • Love Affair [16 March 1939 (USA)]

    Love Affair is a 1939 American romantic film starring Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer and featuring Maria Ouspenskaya. It was directed by Leo McCarey and written by Delmer Daves and Donald Ogden Stewart, based on a story by McCarey and Mildred Cram.

  • Love's Abiding Joy [John Irvin]

  • Love's Long Journey [2005]

    Missie (Erin Cottrell) and Willie (Logan Bartholomew) are two married settlers who live on a farm near the frontier town of Tettsford Junction. Missie is pregnant and has not informed Willie. She is apprehensive about the future, weighing the safety of her old life against that of the adventurous new life she is leading with the man she loves. Soon she befriends a Shoshone woman (Johann Urb), and, while Willie does not approve of this at first, he faces bigger worries when bandits show up.… MORE

  • Ma Kettle vs. Granny [Valente Q. Castro]

  • Mad About Men [16 November 1954]

    Mad About Men is a 1954 Technicolor British comedy film. It was directed by Ralph Thomas and written by Peter Blackmore, who also wrote the 1948 film Miranda which preceded Mad About Men. Glynis Johns appears in both films as the mermaid Miranda. However, Rank Films insisted it was not a sequel.

  • Magnificent Obsession [16 September 1932]

    A mysterious Eurasian tries to murder the twelve boarding school roommates who treated her like an outsider.

  • Make Mine Mink [9 August 1960 (London)]

    An ex-military man leads a gang of misfits on a mink coat robbing spree. In the process, he makes a trio of women very happy.

  • Manhandled [25 May 1949 (USA)]

    A man tells his two-bit therapist, Dr. Redman (Harold Vermilyea), about a recurring dream in which he murders his rich wife. Later, Redman's secretary, Merl Kramer (Dorothy Lamour), relates the odd dream to neighbor Karl Benson (Dan Duryea), a slimy private investigator. Then the wealthy woman is robbed and murdered, and, since her husband has an airtight alibi, suspicion falls on the shocked Merl, who realizes she's being set up by either Benson, Redman or both men together.… MORE

  • Manhattan Tower [1 December 1932 (USA)]

    Manhattan Tower is a 1932 American pre-Code film directed by Frank R. Strayer starring Mary Brian and James Hall.

  • Matandole Suavemente []

  • Meet Me After the Show [15 August 1951 (USA)]

    The star of a Broadway show suspects her husband may be having an affair with the show's backer.

  • Melody Parade [27 August 1943]

    An ambitious busboy (Eddie Quillan) and a nightclub owner (Tim Ryan) facing bankruptcy mistake a performer for a potential sponsor.

  • Mesas Separadas [John Schlesinger]

  • Mickey [23 June 1948]

    A redheaded tomboy (Lois Butler) plays matchmaker for her widower father (Bill Goodwin) and a next-door neighbor (Irene Hervey).

  • Mighty Joe Young [25 December 1998 (USA)]

    Jill Young and a 15 feet tall gorilla, Joe, grow up to be best friends. She sends him to the California wildlife refuge, but they are followed by Andrei Strasser, a poacher.

  • Mikuláš a Alexandra [Franklin J. Schaffner]

  • Millions Like Us [15 November 1943 (United Kingdom)]

    At the outbreak of World War II, Celia (Patricia Roc) and her family must join the domestic British war effort. Celia is recruited to work in a munitions factory, where her co-workers represent a variety of social classes. She falls in love with Fred Blake (Gordon Jackson), a young pilot, and the two are married. Fred is soon deployed to battle, however, and Celia must face the harsh realities of life as a soldier's wife, while continuing her crucial work on the home front.… MORE

  • Miracle at Sage Creek [25 November 2005]

    Two families finally overcome prejudice and tragedy in 1888 when a Christmas miracle saves the life of a boy.

  • Missing Evidence [15 December 1939]

    Missing Evidence is a 1939 American drama film, directed by Phil Rosen. It stars Preston Foster, Irene Hervey, and Inez Courtney, and was released on December 15, 1939.

  • Mon cher secrétaire [Charles Martin]

  • Morgan – A Suitable Case for Treatment [27 January 1966 (United Kingdom)]

    An eccentric artist makes desperate attempts to win his ex-wife back, after she leaves him for another man.

  • Motive for Revenge [15 May 1935]

    A bank teller is driven to steal from his employer when his mother-in-law nags him about his ability to provide.

  • Mr. Dynamite [1 March 1941]

    Mr. Dynamite is a 1941 American crime film directed by John Rawlins and written by Stanley Rubin. The film stars Lloyd Nolan, Irene Hervey, J. Carrol Naish, Robert Armstrong, Ann Gillis, Frank Gaby and Elisabeth Risdon. The film was released on March 1, 1941, by Universal Pictures.

  • Mr. Jones [26 May 1994 (Germany)]

    Mr Jones suffers from an acute bipolar disorder and visits Dr Libby Bowen, a psychiatrist. She falls in love with him during his treatment and does not want him to be discharged from the hospital.

  • Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid [11 August 1948]

    A Bostonian (William Powell) and his wife (Irene Hervey) winter in the West Indies, where, fishing, he catches a mermaid (Ann Blyth).

  • My Dear Secretary [5 November 1948]

    When romance writer Owen Waterbury (Kirk Douglas) meets Stephanie "Steve" Gaylord (Laraine Day), he offers her a job as his secretary. Steve, a would-be writer herself, accepts the position but is quickly dismayed by Owen's shabby work ethic and distracting visitors, including Ronnie (Keenan Wynn), his rowdy, mischievous neighbor. Despite their differing outlooks, Owen and Steve get married, but artistic and romantic jealousy just might tear them apart.… MORE

  • My Favorite Wife [17 May 1940 (USA)]

    Being given up for dead, Ellen returns home to find her husband Nick recently remarried. Joy turns to jealousy when Nick discovers that she has been on a deserted island with fellow-survivor Burkett.

  • My Wife and I [16 May 1925]

    My Wife and I is a 1925 American drama film directed by Millard Webb and written by Julien Josephson and Millard Webb. It is based on the 1871 novel My Wife and I by Harriet Beecher Stowe. The film stars Irene Rich, Huntley Gordon, John Harron, John Roche, Constance Bennett and Tom Ricketts.

  • Naturally Native [8 October 1999 (USA)]

    Native American sisters Vickie (Valerie Red-Horse), Karen (Kimberly Norris Guerrero) and Tanya (Irene Bedard) start a company to sell cosmetics inspired by traditional methods and ingredients. Though they have a solid business plan, the siblings find that potential investors resent the Native American community's thriving casinos and tell the sisters their idea is unrealistic. Despite money challenges and family strife, the sisters won't give up until they see their products on store shelves.… MORE

  • Navajo Blues [1996]

    When his partner is murdered, a detective (Steven Bauer) sought by the mob hides on an Indian reservation.

  • Nekri politeia [1966]

  • Never a Dull Moment [29 December 1934]

    Sweet Adeline is a 1934 musical film adaptation of the 1929 Jerome Kern/Oscar Hammerstein II Broadway play of the same title. It stars Irene Dunne and Donald Woods and was directed by Mervyn LeRoy.

  • New Orleans [18 April 1947]

    Miralee Smith, who belongs to an influential family, falls in love with Nick Duquesne, a jazz connoisseur and the owner of a casino. However, her parents oppose their relationship.

  • Next to No Time [1958]

    Whilst on the Queen Elizabeth to New York, David must close a deal before the boat docks. However, his lack of self confidence is holding him back, that is until he realises that there is a 'timeless zone' for an hour every day.

  • Nicholas and Alexandra [29 November 1971 (United Kingdom)]

    Czar Nicholas II, the inept monarch of Russia, insensitive to the needs of his people, is overthrown and exiled to Siberia with his family.

  • Night Monster [20 October 1942]

    A man (Ralph Morgan) uses mind over matter to replace his legs, then hunts the doctors who took them.

  • No Kidding [1960]

    A couple turn their inherited property into a summer home for needy children and a holiday retreat for wealthy ones.

  • No Other Woman [19 June 1942]

    A psychiatrist (Patric Knowles) escorts a wacky heiress (Irene Dunne) who has blown her fortune.

  • No Way to Treat a Lady [20 March 1968 (USA)]

    Psychopathic serial killer Christopher Gill (Rod Steiger) is obsessed with his late mother, and he targets victims who remind him of her. He dons various disguises to gain his victims' trust and always leaves his calling card, a red lipstick mark, when he's done. Christopher begins deliberately tipping off detective Morris Brummel (George Segal) on the phone, drawing the detective -- who has issues with his own overbearing mother (Eileen Heckart) -- into a game of cat and mouse.… MORE

  • Nunca la olvidaré []

  • O Tigre de Papel [Ken Annakin]

  • O, My Darling Clementine [1943]

    The small town of Harmony undergoes changes when a group of actors accidentally buy City Hall.

  • Odio razziale [Michael Schultz]

  • On a Clear Day You Can See Forever [17 June 1970 (USA)]

    In this musical, Daisy Gamble (Barbra Streisand) decides she'll give hypnosis a try to help her stop smoking, at the request of her fiancé. While hypnotized, she discloses to her psychiatrist, Marc (Yves Montand), that she's the reincarnation of a 19th-century seductress named Lady Melinda Winifred Waine Tentrees. Marc soon falls in love with Daisy's former self, while Daisy in turn falls for Marc. When she realizes that Marc is only interested in Lady Melinda, however, she pulls away.… MORE

  • On Location With: Fame [Mark Schneider]

    This promotional short offers a behind-the-scenes look at the making of "Fame".

  • One Big Happy Family [Al Christie]

  • One Night with You [25 April 1948]

    A famous tenor (Nino Martini) meets a lovely Englishwoman (Patricia Roc) and gets his luggage stolen at a railway station.

  • One Wild Oat [16 May 1951]

    A lawyer's plan to break up his daughter's budding romance backfires when the boyfriend's father becomes involved.

  • Onegin [19 November 1999 (United Kingdom)]

    In 1820s St. Petersburg, Russia, the cynical nobleman Onegin (Ralph Fiennes) finds himself the new owner of a country estate following the death of his uncle. Deciding to abandon the fast-paced city for the leisurely countryside, Onegin takes over the estate. There, he soon befriends his neighbor Lensky (Toby Stephens), who introduces the aristocrat to his fiancee's sister, Tatyana (Liv Tyler). Onegin and Tatyana share an attraction, but Onegin's coldness threatens the relationship.… MORE

  • Orders to Kill [1958]

    Gene Summers (Paul Massie) is an American Air Force pilot recruited to take part in a secret government mission. He is tasked with killing Marcel Lafitte (Leslie French), a lawyer working with the French Resistance, and a suspected double agent. After Summers parachutes into France, he meets his Resistance contact, Leonie (Irene Worth), and she provides him with information about Lafitte. But, after learning more about his target, Summers has second thoughts about his mission.… MORE

  • Oscar's Greatest Moments [1992]

  • Over 21 [30 October 1950 (London)]

    Set in Victorian London, where young `mudlark' Wheeler makes his living scavenging in the Thames' mud. There he finds a cameo depicting the Queen. So taken is he by her beauty, he's determined to see her but she is in seclusion at Windsor, in mourning for Albert, despite the pleadings of Disraeli. Wheeler, determined to see her, sneaks into the castle and meets the Queen, who finally understands what she means to her people.… MORE

  • Over the Moon [16 October 2020 (USA)]

    An adventurous girl builds a rocket ship to meet a mythical goddess on the moon.

  • Padre Damiano [Don Murray]

  • Paper Tiger [1 May 1975]

    An English man tutors the son of a Japanese ambassador. He boasts about his heroic service in the British Army, but painful truths are revealed when he and the boy are kidnapped by political terrorists, so he needs to play the hero.

  • Paradise, Hawaiian Style [9 June 1966]

    Girlfriends help a singing pilot (Elvis Presley) and his buddy (James Shigeta) get their helicopter-charter service off the ground.

  • Paris [7 September 2016 (France)]

    Valentine marries at the end of the 19th century, and love passes through her family from generation to generation.

  • Party [7 September 2018]

    Four friends, who live a lavish lifestyle and always have each other's back, see things fall apart between them after a fateful incident.

  • Peaceful Relations [William C. Watson]

  • Penny Serenade [24 April 1941]

    A woman on the verge of divorce recalls her heartbreaking attempts to adopt a child.

  • Pete, Pearl & the Pole [12 October 1989 (Australia)]

    Three women escaping their own personal tragedies meet on a Greek island where their lives merge into each others as they struggle with their lives and the one fate has planned for them.

  • Play Misty for Me [3 November 1971 (USA)]

    Popular radio show host Dave Garver (Clint Eastwood) becomes restless in his relationship with his girlfriend (Donna Mills). Impulsively, he goes out and sleeps with a woman (Jessica Walter) he meets at a nightclub. After the fact, he finds out she was not an anonymous hookup, but an obsessive fan who has called in repeatedly to request he play the song "Misty." Garver soon discovers extricating himself from the woman will be no easy feat as she becomes increasingly psychotic.… MORE

  • Pocahontas []

  • Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World [25 August 1998]

    King James, instead of declaring war against the Powhatan nation, sends a diplomat to bring the chief Powhatan to England. However, when he refuses, his daughter agrees to accompany them.

  • Poetry Hall of Fame Collection [2006]

  • Polibek vdovy [Peter Foldy]

  • Poslední velký bojovník [Karen Arthur]

  • Queen of the Yukon [26 August 1940]

    In this film adapted from a Jack London story, Sadie Martin (Irene Rich) runs a casino riverboat that travels the Yukon River, catering to a variety of prospectors. Despite her success, Sadie strives to keep her daughter, Helen (June Carlson), in the dark about her unsavory lifestyle. But, just as dubious businessman John Thorne (Melvin Lang) makes an offer on her boat, her daughter abruptly returns from her posh boarding school with Bob (Dave O'Brien), a friendly but gullible fiancé, in tow.… MORE

  • Ralph Breaks the Internet [23 November 2018 (India)]

    Ralph and his best friend, Vanellope, face various challenges as they visit the uncharted land of the Internet through a Wi-Fi router at the arcade to save the game, Sugar Rush.

  • Resgate de uma Vida [Robert Aldrich]

  • Reveille with Beverly [4 February 1943]

    Beverly Ross is an emcee of an early morning show for a nearby army camp. Judging their taste in music, she plays their favourite songs. Her brother's friends at camp vie for her attention.

  • Rich Kids [August 1979]

    A boy (Jeremy Levy) and a girl (Trini Alvarado), both from New York's Upper West Side, work through her parents' divorce.

  • Ricochet Romance [1 November 1954 (USA)]

    The new cook (Marjorie Main) at a dude ranch tries to play Cupid and stirs up trouble for her boss (Chill Wills).

  • Riding High [May 1981]

    A delivery boy challenges a motorcycle daredevil to a death-defying jump across a broken bridge.

  • Ring of Darkness [2 July 1954 (France)]

    A former slave girl seeks justice for the lower classes when she becomes the empress of Rome.

  • Roberta [12 October 2014]

    Roberta is a Canadian short drama film, directed by Caroline Monnet and released in 2014. The film stars Marie Brassard as Roberta, a housewife and mother who turns to drugs and alcohol to deal with the stultifying conformity of her suburban life.

  • Rockabilly Baby [30 October 1957 (USA)]

    A fan dancer (Virginia Field) and her teens start over in a new town with water polo, clubs and romance.

  • Roma Bene [8 October 1971 (Italy)]

    Roma Bene is a 1971 Italian comedy-drama film starring Virna Lisi, Nino Manfredi, Irene Papas and Senta Berger.

  • Ron and Laura Take Back America [March 2016 (NY)]

    A conservative suburban couple from Bakersfield, California, decide to star in their own reality show about their activism.

  • Roots: The Next Generations [John Erman, Charles S. Dubin]

  • Rosita [3 September 1923 (USA)]

    This silent classic focuses on Rosita (Mary Pickford), a young Spanish woman who's fed up with the disparities between her country's privileged and poor. A gutsy protest singer, Rosita performs a song that takes issue with the Spanish king's (Holbrook Blinn) highfalutin ways. Soon, though, she's being courted by the very man whose lavish lifestyle inspired her angry lyrics. Quite by accident, Rosita finds herself in a love triangle that makes her once simple life much more complicated.… MORE

  • San Diego I Love You [1944]

    Virginia McCooley (Louise Allbritton) is trying to find a buyer for the portable raft her father (Edward Everett Horton) has invented. When she meets John Thompson Caldwell IV (Jon Hall), a dashing but difficult millionaire, it seems as though she has found the ideal buyer and, even more importantly, her ideal mate. But John, who is particularly distrustful when it comes to the opposite sex, is not going to be easy for Virginia to win over -- in business or in love.… MORE

  • San Francisco Docks [1940]

    A woman struggles to prove her dockworker-boyfriend innocent in the murder of a crooked politician.

  • Sarong Girl [11 June 1943]

    An arrested burlesque queen persuades an elderly woman to pose as her mother to elicit sympathy at her upcoming trial.

  • Say It in French [1938]

    Merry madness results when a young man's French bride and his wealthy ex-fiancee help rescue his father from bankruptcy.

  • Scalped [Bilall Fallah, Adil El Arbi]

    After raiders kill her family, Ana Sharp Claws (Amanda-Elizabeth Sawyer) slowly kills them one by one for revenge.

  • School for Scoundrels [24 March 1960 (United Kingdom)]

    Kind-hearted but weak-willed Henry Palfrey is cheated and abused by car salesmen, a head waiter, an upper-class cad and his employees. When charming April Smith is stolen away from him, Henry takes drastic action and enrols in the College of Lifemanship, run by Mr Potter, where he can learn to beat others in life.

  • Secret People [8 February 1952 (United Kingdom)]

    When her father is murdered, Maria (Valentina Cortese) moves to London with her young sister. They live with Anselmo (Charles Goldner), a family friend, and resume a normal life. After a few years, Maria and her sister, Nora (Audrey Hepburn), visit Paris with Anselmo. There, Maria meets an old love, Louis (Serge Reggiani), who has become a radical and currently plots to assassinate a world leader. Louis uses Maria to enter London and then convinces her to begrudgingly join their terrorist group.… MORE

  • Separate Tables [1983]

    The stories of several people are told as they stay at a seaside hotel.

  • Seria de día, coqueta de noche [Richard Sale]

  • Seven Seas to Calais [March 1963 (USA)]

    Sir Francis Drake fights to take over Spain's treasure routes for Queen Elizabeth I.

  • Show Boat [14 May 1936 (USA)]

    Riverboat entertainers find love, laughs and hardships as they sail along "Old Man River."

  • Silken Shackles [14 May 1926]

    Silken Shackles is a lost 1926 silent drama film produced and distributed by Warner Bros. The film was directed by Walter Morosco, the son of theater owner Oliver Morosco and was based on a play by Charles Harris. Irene Rich leads the cast.

  • Simlis taxisok [Joel Schumacher]

  • Sister, Sister [7 June 1982]

    Heated confrontations and revelations result when a divorcee returns with her young son to the home of her two sisters.

  • Smashing Time [20 December 1967]

    Yvonne (Lynn Redgrave) and her best friend, Brenda (Rita Tushingham), head for the big city -- in this case, London -- with dreams of hitting the big time. But when they arrive and quickly lose their savings to a robber, they find that city life is tougher than expected, and success may be more elusive than they planned. The pair separates, and after Yvonne unexpectedly turns a bad song into a hit single, she begins to wonder about the cost of fame, and the whereabouts of her old friend.… MORE

  • Smoke Signals [26 June 1998 (USA)]

    Arnold (Gary Farmer) rescued Thomas (Evan Adams) from a fire when he was a child. Thomas thinks of Arnold as a hero, while Arnold's son Victor (Adam Beach) resents his father's alcoholism, violence and abandonment of his family. Uneasy rivals and friends, Thomas and Victor spend their days killing time on a Coeur d'Alene reservation in Idaho and arguing about their cultural identities. When Arnold dies, the duo set out on a cross-country journey to Phoenix to retrieve Arnold's ashes.… MORE

  • Snapdragon [1 December 1993]

    An erotic amnesiac lures a police psychologist into a world of lust and danger when men are killed when they spend time with a sex worker.

  • So This Is London [6 June 1930]

    So This Is London is a 1930 American pre-Code comedy film directed by John G. Blystone and starring Will Rogers, Irene Rich, Frank Albertson and Lumsden Hare. It was based on the 1922 play So This Is London by Arthur Goodrich, which was adapted again in 1939.

  • Society Smugglers [1 March 1939]

    A Treasury Department agent attempts to bust smugglers who are using a luggage shop as a front for their activities.

  • Songs My Brothers Taught Me [27 January 2015]

    Johnny and his sister Jashuan live with their single mother on a reservation. When their absentee father dies, Johnny feels compelled to strike out for a new life in LA, but fears leaving his sister behind.

  • Sparkle [7 April 1976 (New York)]

    In 1950s Harlem, Sparkle (Irene Cara), Sister (Lonette McKee) and Dolores (Dwan Smith) are three musically gifted sisters whose mother, Effie (Mary Alice), supports them by working as a maid. Encouraged by Sparkle's boyfriend, Stix (Philip Michael Thomas), the three form a singing group and become a sensation at a local nightclub. However, tensions rise when Sister is appointed the group's lead singer and begins dating Satin (Tony King), an abusive, drug-addicted pimp.… MORE

  • Spitfire [30 March 1934 (USA)]

    This movie features two engineers, John Stafford and George Fleetwood, who are both attracted to a local girl, Trigger Hicks.

  • Spreading Darkness [2006]

    When Missie and Willie are settling in the far West, they are paid a visit by Clark, Missie's father. During his visit, a tragedy hits when their infant daughter Kathy dies.

  • Spring Reunion [March 1957]

    Former high school sweethearts, Fred and Maggie, are slated to meet each other at their school's reunion after a gap of 15 years. They feel the sparks fly the moment they lay eyes on each other.

  • Squanto: A Warrior's Tale [28 October 1994]

    It's the 17th century, and Native American Squanto (Adam Beach) roams free in the New World until he's captured by visiting sailors who take him back to England. Monk Brother Daniel (Mandy Patinkin) teaches him social customs, but other Englishmen aren't as kind. Squanto becomes the unwilling star of performances that highlight his fighting skills, but he eventually engineers a return trip to America. He finds that his home has changed forever, and he must chart a new path for his people.… MORE

  • Steele Justice [8 May 1987]

    The hell of Vietnam is far in the past, but John Steele is suddenly reminded of it when his ex-fighting buddy is caught up in the brutal Vietnamese mafia here in America. But Steele hasn't forgotten the deadly tactics he learned in the jungles, as the vicious gangs that are after him will soon learn.

  • Stingaree [12 September 1930]

    A Marine does whatever it takes to win the affections of a young socialite.

  • Strangers May Kiss [4 April 1931 (USA)]

    A sophisticated woman, Lisbeth Corbin, a secretary at Geneva Sterling, risks her marriage for love of a ruthless schemer.

  • Style Wars [1983]

    A documentary that exposes the rich growing subculture of hip-hop that was developing in New York City in the late '70s and early '80s, specifically focusing on graffiti art and breakdancing.

  • Su amor prohibido [Anthony Page]

  • Suç kimde [Robert Hamer]

  • Sweet Adeline [1 September 1934]

    The Age of Innocence is an American drama film directed by Philip Moeller and starring Irene Dunne, John Boles and Lionel Atwill. The film is an adaptation of the 1920 novel The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton, set in the fashionable New York society of the 1870s.

  • Sweet Country [27 November 1953 (USA)]

    Mike Canelli (George Raft), an ordinary American, is drawn into a world of international intrigue when he gets mistaken for Charles Stark, a detective hired to find a fortune in francs stolen during the war. Charles, an old friend of Mike's, had mentioned that he was traveling to Saudi Arabia to find a man with one missing thumb. When Mike gets to Algiers, he hears about such a person. However, he is soon framed for murder, and realizes that finding the money is the only way he'll survive.… MORE

  • Symphony of Six Million [7 June 1939]

    Albert "King" Cole (Fred MacMurray) is a promising young boxer with an enterprising manager, Pop Hardy (Charles Ruggles), who wants to sell an interest in Cole's up-and-coming career to a wealthy businessman. Cole's boastful, arrogant manner infuriates the businessman's daughter, Eleanor (Irene Dunne), at first, but she soon falls for him in spite of herself. Ten years later, they are married with a son, but their relationship starts to crack under the strain of Cole's ambition.… MORE

  • Szerelmi történet [Mervyn LeRoy]

  • Take Her, She's Mine [13 November 1963]

    After reluctantly packing up his attractive daughter, Mollie (Sandra Dee), and sending her away to study art at a Paris college, Frank Michaelson (James Stewart) gives new meaning to the term "concerned parent." Reading Mollie's letters describing her counter-culture experiences and beatnik friends, Frank eventually grows so paranoid that he boards a plane to Paris to see firsthand the kind of lessons his daughter is learning with her new artist amour, Henri (Philippe Forquet).… MORE

  • Tattle Television [Harry D'Arcy]

  • Teenage Rebel [1 November 1956]

    A sour teenager (Betty Lou Keim) moves in with her mother (Ginger Rogers) and stepfather (Michael Rennie) after living with her father for years.

  • Tell Me No Secrets [Bobby Roth]

    A victim's murder follows the release of a rapist, who then targets the prosecuting attorney (Lori Loughlin).

  • Texas, Brooklyn & Heaven [16 July 1948 (USA)]

    A would-be playwright and a young woman escaping from a job at a gas station meet cute and fall in love.

  • That Certain Age [7 October 1938]

    Unknown to his teenage daughter, Alice (Deanna Durbin), newspaper publisher Bill Warren (John Halliday) lends his country guest house to his star reporter, Vince Bullit (Melvyn Douglas), so he can write an article in quiet surroundings. Alice, who promised the house to a troop of Boy Scouts rehearsing a musical, at first tries to get rid of the unwanted Vince. But as she develops a crush on the older man, Alice schemes to keep him around, to the annoyance of her steady beau, Ken (Jackie Cooper).… MORE

  • That Night with You [28 September 1945]

    A stagestruck young soprano cunningly tells a producer she's his daughter as the result of a youthful indiscretion.

  • That's the Spirit [1 June 1945]

    A man is killed and begs the Angel of Death for permission to return to his wife to tell her he did not desert her.

  • The Age of Innocence [21 July 1937]

    Shortly after marrying Sally Watterson (Irene Dunne) in 1859, Peter Cortlandt (Randolph Scott) discovers oil on his grandmother's farm, and soon nearby farmers also find natural gas reserves beneath their land. Determined to purchase their valuable land, railroad tycoon Walt Brennan (Alan Hale) raises the prices for using his trains for oil transportation, hoping to force the farmers to sell. Peter, in search of a better solution, begins constructing a pipeline.… MORE

  • The Assisi Underground [29 October 1979 (Italy)]

    Four young women join a Satanic cult, and willingly surrender their bodies to the devil. Years later, when one of their teenage daughters develops powers, the four women turn to a priest to help them banish the evil within her.

  • The Awful Truth [20 October 1937]

    When Jerry and Lucy suspect each other of having an affair, they decide to file a divorce. In due course, they both set out to undermine each other's love lives.

  • The Beautiful Cheat [20 July 1945]

    A reform-school secretary (Bonita Granville) poses as a juvenile delinquent for a sociologist (Noah Beery Jr.) to study.

  • The Belles of St. Trinian's [28 September 1954 (United Kingdom)]

    A headmistress attempts to keep peace at Britain's most infamous girls school. Based on Ronald Searles' cartoons.

  • The Boys from Syracuse [31 July 1940 (USA)]

    Twin brothers (Allan Jones) and their twin slaves (Joe Penner), divided at birth, cause a comedy of errors in ancient Greece.

  • The Brotherhood [19 April 2001 (United Kingdom)]

    Corelli is the leader of the Italian invasion force that control the Greek island of Cephalonia. Billeted with the local doctor he falls in love with his daughter, even though she is engaged to resistance fighter Mandras. Slowly, his feelings are returned but their life and love is disrupted when the Italians surrender to the Allies. Should Corelli and his men join with the Germans and continue to resist?… MORE

  • The Bygone [26 October 2019]

    A young rancher crosses paths with a Lakota girl from a nearby reservation.

  • The Champ [9 November 1931 (New York)]

    Washed-up prizefighter and his adoring son struggle to survive in a rough and tumble world.

  • The Climbers [3 May 1927]

    The Climbers is a 1927 silent film produced and distributed by Warner Bros. and presumed lost. The film stars Irene Rich and was directed by Paul Stein. It was based on a 1901 Clyde Fitch play of the same name, but bore scant resemblance to it.

  • The Count of Monte Cristo [29 August 1934 (USA)]

    Edmond Dantes is falsely accused of a crime and sent to the prison. He escapes the prison to take revenge on his former friend Mondego who framed him and took away his fiancee Mercedes.

  • The Crooked Road [10 May 1940]

    A blackmail threat from an old prison buddy compels a man who has gone straight to consider yet another crime.

  • The Crowning Touch [June 1959 (United Kingdom)]

    The Crowning Touch is a 1959 British comedy film directed by David Eady and starring Ted Ray, Irene Handl and Greta Gynt.

  • The Diary of a Chambermaid [8 August 1947 (Portugal)]

    Celestine is a saucy servant who disrupts the Parisian household she joins. Both the head of the household, Captain Lanlaire, and his son Georges fall for her, as does their neighbour Captain Mauger. However, lovesick valet Joseph harbours a deep, secret desire for her that is so passionate, he will kill to gain her affection.

  • The Dude Ranger [21 September 1934]

    Ernest Selby (George O'Brien) is a wealthy man who was born and raised in luxury in the Eastern United States. But all that changes when he moves out West to oversee the cattle ranch that he has recently inherited. Selby is stunned to learn that his cows are regularly being stolen. So, when he is mistaken for a lowly cowhand, Selby decides to go undercover to find out who has been stealing the cattle. Along the way, Selby falls for the beautiful damsel Ann Hepburn (Irene Hervey).… MORE

  • The Girl Said No [15 October 1937]

    A bookie enlists the aid of an old Gilbert & Sullivan troupe to get even with the dance-hall hostess who cheated him.

  • The Great Lover [3 February 1933]

    After a brief courtship, a London heir Leonard St. John marries a popular American singer Sally Sanders. But Leonard's father Aubrey is upset that his son married a chorus girl and denounces them.

  • The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle [15 May 1980]

    Filmmaker Julien Temple chronicles the Sex Pistols' tumultuous rise to fame, as told by their manager, Malcolm McLaren.

  • The Green Berets [4 July 1968 (GA)]

    A cynical reporter (David Janssen) who is opposed to the Vietnam War is sent to cover the conflict and assigned to tag along with a group of Green Berets. Led by the tough-as-nails Col. Mike Kirby (John Wayne), the team is given a top-secret mission to sneak behind enemy lines and kidnap an important Viet Cong commander. Along the way, the reporter learns to respect why America is involved in the war and helps to save the life of a war orphan whose life has been destroyed by the conflict.… MORE

  • The Grissom Gang [28 May 1971 (USA)]

    Violent crime caper set in 1930s Kansas in which a gang kidnap an heiress and attempt to recover a ransom. However, the scheme is jeopardised when the leader falls in love with their beautiful captive.

  • The Guns of Navarone [27 September 1971 (New York)]

    In the aftermath of the Trojan Wars, Queen Hecuba (Katharine Hepburn) takes stock of the defeated kingdom. Her son has been killed, and his widow, Andromache (Vanessa Redgrave), is left to raise their son, Astyanax (Alberto Sanz), alone. Hecuba's daughter, Cassandra (Geneviève Bujold), fears being enslaved by her Greek masters, while Helen of Troy (Irene Papas) risks being executed. Astyanax also becomes the focus of the Greeks' attention as the last male heir of the Trojan royal family.… MORE

  • The Heart Specialist [13 September 2006]

    After following a former girlfriend to Florida, Ray Howard (Brian J. White) winds up as an intern in a not-so-prestigious teaching hospital. An unapologetic Lothario, Ray tries to work his charms on nurse Donna (Zoe Saldana), but she's already involved with the chief resident, Dr. Sidney Zachary (Wood Harris), who is also Ray's instructor. Sidney, who moonlights as a standup comic, decides that Ray needs to learn about true love, as well as medicine.… MORE

  • The Honeymoon Express [2 September 1926]

    The Honeymoon Express is a lost 1926 silent film drama directed by James Flood and uncredited Ernst Lubitsch and starred Willard Louis and Irene Rich. Willard Louis's final film before his death. It is unknown, but the film might have been released with a Vitaphone soundtrack.

  • The House of Fear [1939]

    A detective posing as a Broadway producer reopens the theatre where an unsolved murder was committed one year earlier.

  • The Hurricane [1998]

    Actor-filmmaker Melvin Van Peebles traces the portrayals of blacks in cinema from the silent era through today.

  • The Italian Job [30 May 2003 (USA)]

    John Bridger and Charlie Croker assemble a team to steal gold bars from a vault in Venice, but one of their team members betrays them. After many years, Charlie meticulously plans another heist.

  • The Jungle King [21 June 1994]

    Leo, a jungle king, is extremely unkind and irresponsible towards his subjects. But things change after a few incidents, and he starts helping animals get rid of their troubles.

  • The Karate Killers [22 July 1967]

    Agents Napoleon Solo (Robert Vaughn) and Illya Kuryakin (David McCallum) keep THRUSH agents from a formula that will turn water into gold.

  • The Key [19 December 2007]

    A man receives a phone call from a stranger asking him to pick up the ashes of his dead father, whom he never knew.

  • The Lady Fights Back [1 October 1937 (USA)]

    The Lady Fights Back is a 1937 American action film directed by Milton Carruth and written by Brown Holmes and Robert T. Shannon. It is based on the 1937 novel Heather of the High Hand by Arthur Stringer. The film stars Kent Taylor, Irene Hervey, William Lundigan, Willie Best, Joe Sawyer, and Paul Hurst.

  • The Lady in Question [7 August 1940]

    Andre, a juror, is convinced that Natalie is innocent and pushes for her acquittal. Later, he invites her home but decides to keep her identity a secret. But his son falls in love with her.

  • The Last Remake of Beau Geste [15 July 1977]

    Digby Geste (Marty Feldman) joins his brother, Beau (Michael York), in the Foreign Legion following the theft of a priceless family heirloom.

  • The League of Frightened Men [25 May 1937]

    Nero Wolfe agrees to investigate a series of murders that seem to be tied in with a past Harvard hazing prank that went awry.

  • The Lone Star Ranger [29 June 1919 (USA)]

    The Lone Star Ranger is a lost 1919 American silent western film based on the 1915 novel by Zane Grey and stars William Farnum. The film was directed by J. Gordon Edwards and produced and distributed by Fox Film Corporation. Portions of the film were shot in Palm Springs, California.

  • The Lost Child [Karen Arthur]

    Rebecca (Mercedes Ruehl) was adopted as a child and begins to wonder about her past after her mother dies. Her adoptive father's new wife takes no interest in her, and when several years later her father also passes away, she goes on a quest to find her biological parents. She eventually meets a Navajo woman and discovers they are siblings. Rebecca is overjoyed to discover her lost family, but her husband, Jack (Jamey Sheridan), has to struggle to adapt to this new reality.… MORE

  • The Lucky Stiff [22 January 1949]

    A lawyer (Brian Donlevy) spooks gangsters by faking a framed singer's (Dorothy Lamour) electrocution.

  • The Mad Parade [18 September 1931]

    During World War I, nurses of different backgrounds tend to the dead and the dying in no man's land.

  • The Magic Voyage [14 February 1992]

    Famed explorer Christopher Columbus and a brave woodworm must save a magical firefly from her evil captor.

  • The Making of 'Pocahontas': A Legend Comes to Life [Dan Boothe]

  • The Man from Cairo [8 October 1971 (Italy)]

    Roma Bene is a 1971 Italian comedy-drama film starring Virna Lisi, Nino Manfredi, Irene Papas and Senta Berger.

  • The Message [20 November 1977 (USA)]

    Bound for battle at Troy, Agamemnon (Kostas Kazakos) finds that his ships are foundering on windless waters. A fortune teller informs the Greek military leader that he's encountering unfavorable weather because his killing of a deer has drawn the ire of a powerful goddess. In this retelling of the tragedy penned by Euripides, Agamemnon must mislead his wife (Eirini Papa) and make a sacrifice of his daughter, Iphigenia (Tatiana Papamoskou), to press on with his military mission.… MORE

  • The Moon-Spinners [17 April 1981]

    Set during the reign of Mussolini, this epic tale revolves around Libyan leader, Omar Mukhtar. Omar, an Arab Muslim rebel takes on the Italian attack which is directed towards conquering Libya.

  • The Mortal Storm [14 June 1940 (USA)]

    The Roth family have a decent living, and are a very close knit family. When the Nazi's came to power, the family gets divided and Martin Brietner, a family friend is caught up in the turmoil.

  • The Mudlark [11 August 1939]

    A married pianist (Charles Boyer) deserts his mentally troubled wife when he falls in love with a pretty waitress (Irene Dunne).

  • The New World [13 April 2006 (India)]

    Pocahontas, a Native American princess, falls in love with Captain Smith, an English explorer. But her tribe's hatred towards him forces her to choose between love and duty towards her people.

  • The Night We Got the Bird [1961]

    Cyril's family is unaware that he and his cabinet-maker employee are making and selling false antique furniture. It is only when he dies and his salesman Bernie marries his widow Julie that the truth comes out through Cecil reappearing as a parrot.

  • The Odyssey [Beppe Recchia]

  • The Perfect Woman [1949]

    A British inventor's lonely niece (Patricia Roc) poses as his yes-woman robot for the benefit of men (Stanley Holloway, Nigel Patrick).

  • The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes [29 October 1970 (USA)]

    A bored Sherlock Holmes (Robert Stephens) meets Madame Petrova (Tamara Toumanova), a famed ballerina, who tries to seduce him, hoping that their child will have her body and his brains. He manages to extract himself from her grasp, using Dr. Watson (Colin Blakely) as a decoy. Then he and the doctor head for Loch Ness in search of the missing husband of Gabrielle Valladon (Genevieve Page). While there, they meet Sherlock's brother, Mycroft (Christopher Lee), who aids them in solving the mystery.… MORE

  • The Pure Hell of St Trinian's [22 December 1960 (United Kingdom)]

    After burning down the school, the young tearaways are shipped off to the Middle East, where they create havoc in a harem and become involved with secret agents.

  • The Rebel [2 March 1961 (London)]

    A clerk from London leaves his boring office job and travels to Paris to become an artist on the Left Bank.

  • The Ropin' Fool [Clarence G. Badger]

    Will Rogers performs amazing rope tricks with his horse, Dopey.

  • The Scapegoat [6 August 1959 (USA)]

    On a vacation to France, John Barratt comes across a man who looks exactly like him. The fun begins when the look-alike gets John drunk and swaps lives with him.

  • The Secret of Madame Blanche [4 April 1931]

    The Stolen Jools is a 1931 American pre-Code comedy short produced by the Masquers Club of Hollywood, featuring many cameo appearances by film stars of the day. The stars appeared in the film, distributed by Paramount Pictures, to raise funds for the National Vaudeville Artists Tuberculosis Sanitarium.

  • The Shell Seekers [3 December 1989]

    Penelope Keeling (Angela Lansbury) is a withdrawn English matron from an artistic family. After suffering what seems to be a heart attack, Penelope reevaluates her past choices and decides to reconnect with her children, including Noel (Christopher Bowen) and Olivia (Patricia Hodge). Looking back on her life, Penelope reflects on moments of both happiness and regret, focusing in particular on her ill-fated romance with one-time love Richard (Sam Wanamaker).… MORE

  • The Silken Affair [2 October 1956]

    The Silken Affair is a 1956 British romantic comedy film directed by Roy Kellino and starring David Niven, Geneviève Page, Wilfrid Hyde-White, Joan Sims, Irene Handl and Ronald Squire. The screenplay concerns an accountant who is creative with his firm's books and uses the money to fund a romantic spree.

  • The Silver Cord [13 April 1934]

    Another woman (Constance Cummings) threatens a couple's (Irene Dunne, Ralph Bellamy) marriage with her catty ways.

  • The Song of Hiawatha [1997]

    When white men begin moving west, Native American leader Hiawatha (Litefoot) must watch over the Iroquois tribe as they set up their new homes in a new environment. While Hiawatha attempts to protect his people from illness, he falls in love and pursues the beautiful Minnehaha (Irene Bedard). All the while, he attempts to get various tribes to work together in order to fight off their mutual foe: settlers and soldiers. As Hiawatha battles his enemies, his legend spreads far and wide.… MORE

  • The Stolen Jools [1950]

  • The Strange Boarder [April 1920]

    The Strange Boarder is a 1920 American silent drama film directed by Clarence G. Badger and written by Edfrid A. Bingham. The film stars Will Rogers, Irene Rich, Jimmy Rogers, James Mason, Doris Pawn, and Lionel Belmore. The film was released in April 1920, by Goldwyn Pictures.

  • The Stranger's Return [1933]

    A crafty grandfather, who owns a farm in Iowa makes a new will for his new granddaughter and disinherits everyone else.

  • The Stratford Adventure [2 August 1954]

    The Stratford Adventure is a 1954 National Film Board of Canada documentary film about the founding of the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, directed by Morten Parker.

  • The Sultan's Daughter [16 December 1943]

    The Sultan of Araband wants his daughter Patra to hand over all the land inherited by her from her mother to Germans. However, Patra disagrees and proposes to give her property to the Americans.

  • The Sword of Ali Baba [April 1965 (USA)]

    The Arabian Nights prince (Peter Mann) turns thief and returns with his gang for his princess (Jocelyn Lane).

  • The Trap [11 September 1985 (Italy)]

    A Parisian businessman's coincidental meeting with a former lover leads him into a dangerous web of passion and deceit.

  • The Tree of Life [29 July 2011 (India)]

    Jack tries to mend the troubled relationship that he shares with his father, Mr O'Brien. He attempts to find the true meaning of life in the modern world and questions the existence of faith.

  • The Trojan Women [24 October 1962 (France)]

    When King Agamemnon returns from battle, he is slain by his wife, Clytemnestra (Aleka Katselli), and her lover. The king's son, Orestes (Giannis Fertis), is sent into exile, and his daughter, Electra (Irene Papas), into mourning. Over the years, Electra's hatred of her mother grows, and she bristles with the desire for vengeance. When she and Orestes are reunited, the siblings hatch a plot for revenge. But can they reconcile their need for justice with the act of matricide?… MORE

  • The Unfaithfuls [23 January 1953 (Italy)]

    Adulterers try to save their own reputations when a wrongly accused servant commits suicide.

  • The WAC from Walla Walla [10 October 1952]

    A pigtailed cowgirl (Judy Canova) joins the Army, disrupts boot camp and foils spies with her boyfriend (Stephen Dunne).

  • The Wacky Family [William C. Watson]

  • The White Cliffs of Dover [11 May 1944]

    A woman's character is very strong as compared to a man's. Catch a woman's courage put to test, when she is put through many obstacles.

  • The Winning Ticket [8 February 1935 (USA)]

    A barber tries to find the winning lottery ticket he hid from his moralistic wife.

  • The Woman on the Beach [7 June 1947 (USA)]

    A coast guardsman, Scott loves a married woman, Peggy. When he meets Peggy's blind husband, Tod, Scott suspects Tod's blindness. Will Scott be able to prove the reality to Peggy?

  • The Women in His Life [8 December 1933 (USA)]

    The life of a well-known attorney is irrevocably changed after his first fateful encounter with a beautiful, charming woman.

  • The Wrong Box [27 May 1966 (London)]

    The Finsbury brothers, Masterman (John Mills) and Joseph (Ralph Richardson), are the last surviving members of a tontine that will pay a huge sum to whomever lives longest. Hoping to bankroll his feckless grandson Michael (Michael Caine), Masterman asks Joseph to visit with the intention of killing him. Meanwhile, Joseph has two scheming nephews (Dudley Moore, Peter Cook) who also want the money. When they think Joseph has died en route to seeing his brother, they attempt to cover it up.… MORE

  • The Yin and the Yang of Mr. Go [1970 (United Kingdom)]

    The Yin and the Yang of Mr. Go is a 1970 British thriller film directed by Burgess Meredith. It was shot in Hong Kong and Toronto, Canada.

  • Theodora Goes Wild [12 November 1936 (USA)]

    A story about a small-town woman who writes a scandalous best-seller and falls in love with a sophisticated New Yorker, who illustrated the book.

  • Theodora, Slave Empress [11 September 1998 (Spain)]

    Three stories revolve around a father (Jose Pinto) and his son (Luís Miguel Cintra), two courtesans and the possibility of eternal life.

  • There's a Girl in My Heart [19 December 1949]

    A ward heeler (Lee Bowman) and a music-hall operator want a rich young widow's (Elyse Knox) land in Gay '90s New York.

  • They Had to See Paris [18 September 1929]

    An Oklahoma woman (Irene Rich) packs herself and her family off to Paris after her husband (Will Rogers) finds oil on their land.

  • Thirteen Women [26 September 1933]

    This movie features the love affair between a social worker, Ann Vickers and a corrupt judge, Barney Dolphin.

  • This Man Is Mine [18 July 1931]

    Jean, a womanizing opera star, agrees to help boost Diana's career. He vies for her affection when he realises that his understudy in also in love with her.

  • This Woman [2 November 1924]

    This Woman is a 1924 American drama film directed by Phil Rosen, written by Louis D. Lighton and Hope Loring, and starring Irene Rich, Ricardo Cortez, Louise Fazenda, Frank Elliott, Creighton Hale and Marc McDermott.

  • Three Cheers for the Irish [9 March 1940 (New York)]

    The story revolves around a Scottish lad and Irish lass who risk their families' wrath by marrying.

  • Three Godfathers [6 March 1936]

    Three fugitives risk their lives to bring a newborn baby out of the desert to safety.

  • Three on a Honeymoon [23 March 1934]

    Three on a Honeymoon is a 1934 American Pre-Code comedy film directed by James Tinling, written by Edward T. Lowe Jr. and Raymond Van Sickle, and starring Sally Eilers, ZaSu Pitts, Henrietta Crosman, Charles Starrett, Irene Hervey and Johnny Mack Brown. It is based on the 1932 novel Promenade Deck by Ishbel Ross.

  • Three Sons o' Guns [2 August 1941]

    Each of Margaret Patters' three sons is unemployed and incapable of holding a steady job. The sons make excuses to avert military duty in the Second World War before their aunt takes matters in hand.

  • Three the Hard Way [26 June 1974 (USA)]

    A record producer (Jim Brown), a PR man (Fred Williamson) and a black belt (Jim Kelly) in karate foil a racist plot to poison part of a city.

  • Timberwolf [2013]

  • To Die in Madrid [18 April 1963]

    To Die in Madrid is a 1963 French documentary film about the Spanish Civil War, directed by Frédéric Rossif. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

  • Together Again [2011]

  • Tortilla Heaven [13 May 2005 (USA)]

    Isidor owns Tortilla Heaven, the best restaurant in the world, but he has few customers in his very small town. He makes little money preparing delicious food, but during Mass one Sunday, he is blessed with a miracle: The face of Jesus appears on one of his tortillas.

  • Trap for the Assassin [Steve Sekely]

    A group of nuclear scientists tries to make sure top secret information about atomic weapons does not fall into the wrong hands when two scientists go missing in mysterious circumstances.

  • Tribute to a Bad Man [22 February 1967 (Italy)]

    A professor investigates the killing of two men during a hunting trip and becomes fascinated by one of the widows of the victims. As he gets closer to the truth and discovers not only mafia, corrupt police but also church connections, the reality indicates that there can only be one end for the professor.

  • True Women - Oltre i confini del west [John Grabowska]

  • Turok: Son of Stone [5 February 2008]

    Twenty years after being exiled from the village in which he was born, a mighty warrior returns to his home to find that a ruthless tyrant has slaughtered his family and spread death and despair across the land.

  • Two for Texas [18 January 1998 (USA)]

    In 1836, two escaped convicts enlist in the Texas Volunteer Army to escape a vengeful manhunt, only end up in the line of fire when their unit is sent to San Jacinto to avenge the Alamo massacre.

  • Two-Way Stretch [January 1960 (United Kingdom)]

    Three men plan a perfect robbery while they are in prison with only a few days of their sentence left; they intend to break out of prison to steal diamonds with the help of their friends and family.

  • Unbecoming Age [1992]

    Magic bubbles make a weary 40-year-old housewife (Diane Salinger) feel and act like an 8-year-old again.

  • Under This Sky [Randa Haines]

  • Unfinished Business [27 August 1941 (USA)]

    Unfinished Business is a 1941 American romantic comedy film produced and directed by Gregory La Cava and starring Irene Dunne, Robert Montgomery and Preston Foster. The screenplay concerns a young woman who quickly falls in love with a playboy, but when he shows no interest in making her his wife, marries his brother.

  • Unseen Enemy [10 March 1942]

    Unseen Enemy is a 1942 spy thriller directed by John Rawlins and starring Don Terry as a Canadian military intelligence agent trying to uncover a plot to sabotage American ships.

  • Up, Down and Sideways [26 March 1980 (France)]

    Blood Wedding is a 1977 Moroccan drama film directed by Souheil Ben-Barka. The film was selected as the Moroccan entry for Best Foreign Language Film at the 50th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee. The film is based on the Spanish play by Federico Garcia Lorca.

  • Watch It, Sailor! [July 1961]

    A sailor named Albert is late for his own wedding, but a bigger problem occurs when he gets a message from the Navy saying that for legal reason he can't get married. Everyone jumps to conclusions and thinks there's another woman.

  • Water, Water, Everywhere [8 February 1920]

    Water, Water, Everywhere is a 1920 American silent comedy film directed by Clarence G. Badger and written by Robert F. Hill. It is based on the 1912 novel Billy Fortune and the Hard Proposition by William Rheem Lighton.

  • We Still Kill the Old Way [23 February 1979 (Italy)]

    In 1935, Italian artist and activist Carlo Levi (Gian Maria Volonte) is exiled to the remote village of Eboli for taking a stand against Mussolini's fascist regime. Although intended as a punishment, the experience soon proves to be an uplifting one for Levi. As he uses his medical knowledge to help the local villagers (Irene Papas, Paolo Bonacelli), he finds himself inspired by their spirit and ability to maintain their values while in the depths of poverty.… MORE

  • When Tomorrow Comes [30 December 1935]

    Helen Hudson (Irene Dunne) is left widowed and penniless after the hospital is unable to save the life of her charitable husband, Dr. Hudson, because another drowning victim -- the spoiled Robert Merrick (Robert Taylor) -- required the hospital's only resuscitation device. Merrick seeks Helen out to offer recompense, but she rebukes him. He soon falls in love with her, but an accident leads to Helen's loss of eyesight, which threatens their relationship and eventually her life.… MORE

  • Widow's Kiss [Peter Foldy]

    Although not much time has passed since his wife's death, Justin Sager (Bruce Davison) quickly falls for and marries the beautiful Vivian Fairchild (Beverly D'Angelo). Justin's son, Sean (Mackenzie Astin), is concerned about his wealthy father's hasty marriage, and he is even more disturbed when his new stepmother becomes flirtatious with him. As Vivian's actions grow increasingly suspicious, Sean decides to investigate, even hiring a detective to dig up dark secrets from her past.… MORE

  • Wildflowers [15 May 1999]

    Cally (Clea DuVall) is a moody, melancholy 17-year-old who was raised on a small commune by her father, Wade (Tomas Arana). She's never met her birth mother, but one day at a music festival Cally sees a free-spirited older woman, Sabine (Daryl Hannah), and becomes obsessed with the idea she is her mother. Cally tracks her down via a sketchy drug dealer (Eric Roberts) and throws herself into Sabine's life. Are her instincts correct? Or is Cally deluding herself?… MORE

  • Will You Stop! [William C. Watson]

  • Witness Out of Hell [1981 (Italy)]

    L'assistente sociale tutto pepe, also known as L'assistente sociale tutta pepe e tutta sale, is a 1981 Italian commedia sexy all'italiana directed by Nando Cicero.

  • Woman in Distress [17 January 1937]

    Woman in Distress is a 1937 American crime film directed by Lynn Shores and written by Albert DeMond. The film stars May Robson, Irene Hervey, Dean Jagger, Douglass Dumbrille, George McKay and Gene Morgan. The film was released on January 17, 1937, by Columbia Pictures.

  • Women of the Prehistoric Planet [Mystery Science Theater 3000]

    Alien astronauts (Wendell Corey, Keith Larsen, John Agar) land on a strange place, but it's only the beginning of Earth.

  • Women They Talk About [11 August 1928 (USA)]

    Forbidden by her father to marry John, a woman marries someone else and moves abroad while John becomes mayor of their hometown. Years later, she returns home a widow and decides to run for mayor against John.

  • Wonderwall [17 May 1968]

    Absent-minded professor Oscar Collins (Jack MacGowran), studying in his charmless apartment, is bothered by loud music from the flat next door. Peeking through a tiny crack in the wall, he discovers a gorgeous young model, Penny Lane (Jane Birkin), and becomes obsessed with her and her swinging hippie lifestyle. In surreal fantasy sequences, he imagines doing battle with Penny's gauche photographer boyfriend (Iain Quarrier) for her hand. George Harrison provides the period soundtrack.… MORE

  • Yerma [3 July 1973]

    Battle of Sutjeska is a 1973 partisan film directed by Stipe Delić and made in SFR Yugoslavia. It tells the story of the famous Battle of Sutjeska, the greatest engagement of the Yugoslav Partisan War. The film is one of the most expensive ever made in Yugoslavia.

  • You Can Change the World [5 November 1937 (USA)]

    Terangi is jailed when he injures a man who hurled him with racial abuse. Imprisoned initially for six months, but freed only after eight years, he rushes home, only to face a devastating hurricane.

  • Your Guardian [Hancock]

  • Z [29 June 1979]

    A pampered woman (Audrey Hepburn) inherits her slain father's Swiss-based pharmaceutical empire and cannot trust anyone.

  • Zagubieni w Yonkers [Martha Coolidge]

  • Zorba the Greek [22 June 1961 (USA)]

    A group of elite Greek soldiers is assigned an impossible task of taking out the powerful German cannons on the Aegean island with the help of guerrilla fighters.

  • Жесткое прошлое [2 May 1997]

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