An oil drilling team struggles to survive after a plane crash strands them in the wilds of Alaska. Hunting them is a pack of wolves that sees them as intruders.
A Nazi doctor, along with the Sonderkomando Jews – who are forced to work in the crematoria of Auschwitz against their fellow-Jews – find themselves in a moral grey zone.
A group of teenagers go for a partying weekend in the woods, but unknown to them the woods is home to a legend. The legend of a young girl who was bullied and then committed suicide......
Elmer wonders if he'll ever catch the rabbit; the voice of God takes him through a flash-forward to the year 2000. Elmer is equipped with a rocket-launcher rifle, but he's no smarter. He shoots Bugs, who shows him a photo album with baby pictures. We see a sequence of Bugs and Elmer as babies. Elderly Bugs digs his own grave and tricks Elmer into getting in.
Mother and daughter - Big Edie and Little Edie Beale - live with six cats in a crumbling house in East Hampton. Little Edie, in her 50s, who wears scarves and bright colors, sings, mugs for the camera, and talks to Al and David Maysles, the filmmakers. Big Edie, in her 70s, recites poetry, comments on her daughter's behavior, and sings "If I Loved You" in fine voice. She talks in short sentences; her daughter in volumes. The film is episodic: friends visit, there's a small fire in the house, Little Edie goes to the shore and swims. She talks about the Catholic Church. She's ashamed that local authorities raided the house because of all the cats. She values being different.
Melodrama about two girls whose fortunes run on very different paths.
Za La Mort (Emilio Ghioen) lives in the countryside with his girlfriend Za La Vie (Kally Sambucini). A day does a good deed by taking with him Leo, an orphan found on the street. This situation, however, the rage against the Rats Grey, a group of criminals in the country, because Leo is in possession of an important black envelope. Released in eight chapters.
A Soviet claymation short film created by Garri Bardin in 1990 that retells the story of Red Riding Hood while incorporating political metaphors and themes about the USSR's demise; the wolf representing communism, devouring innocent creatures who have never known him.
Jimmy Ward infiltrates a criminal gang, only to reveal at the last moment that he is, in fact, none other than an undercover Sherlock Holmes.
Bob Hope wants to marry the mayor's daughter, but the mayor doesn't want his daughter to marry Bob Hope.
Bugs goes to the dog track, falls in love with the mechanical rabbit there, and has to outsmart the dogs to get to her.
Old West highwayman Bill Miner, known to Pinkertons as "The Gentleman Bandit," is released in 1901 after 33 years in prison, a genial and charming old man. He goes to Washington to live and work with his sister's family. But the world has changed much while he has been away, and he just can't adjust. So he goes to Canada and returns to the only thing familiar to him -- robbery (with stagecoaches changed to trains).
An unusual children's film set during World War II in Czechoslovakia, this compelling drama unfolds five different segments that present the war through the eyes of three youngsters. The three have a series of adventures which include saving a soldier from being captured by the Germans, helping out the resistance fighters, and meeting up with a young Russian woman trained in guerrilla warfare. As they learn more about life and danger, various circumstances constantly recall the reality of war itself. The title comes from a wounded pigeon under the care of one of the youngsters.
A gang terrorizes Mexico City's high society on 1915. Murder, kidnaping and robbery are their trademarks. One police inspector (Cabrera) follows the gang crimes and eventually send them to the jail.
A man, irritated by his childhood friend's refusal to marry him, steals her beloved grey mare in order to force her to agree.
In a mansion full of secret rooms and passageways, people are dying shortly after seeing the ghost of a woman in gray, as an old legend dictates. Called in to solve the mystery, Sherlock Holmes has doubts about the supernatural aspect of the crimes and focuses on a more earthly culprit.
In a small town in southern Brazil, Lidia spends his days watching others working around you and at night dreaming of times past in the cultivation of tobacco, when I could still walk. Along with the rescue of its history, we know the lives of four other tobacco growers. Guided by tradition, mysticism or pure pragmatism, they live on the fine line between the fight and the love of the land.
Terry 'The Taxman' Tempest, the greatest bank robber there ever was, whose true identity was never discovered, finds himself languishing in a dilapidated care home with only elderly confidence trickster Professor Humboldt Worth for company. When Terry and The Professor discover all is not right in the care home, the bickering pair are forced to put their differences aside, dust off their criminals skills, step onto the other side of the law and save the day.
A young boy, Ive, and his friends set sail on the sea in order to try and repay his father's debts. They name their boat "Sinji galeb". Soon, the pirate Lorenco and his gang notice the children on their boat.
The Old Grey Whistle Test is an influential BBC2 television music show that ran from 1971 to 1987. It took over the BBC2 late night slot from "Disco Two", which had been running since January 1970, while continuing to feature non-chart music. It was devised by BBC producer Rowan Ayers. According to presenter Bob Harris, the programme derived its name from a Tin Pan Alley phrase from years before. When they got the first pressing of a record they would play it to people they called the old greys—doormen in grey suits. The songs they could remember and whistle, having heard it just once or twice, had passed the old grey whistle test.
The Story of Peter Grey was an Australian television daytime soap opera made by the Seven Network in 1961. James Condon starred in the title role as a church minister. Other cast members included Thelma Scott, Lynne Murphy, Moya O'Sullivan. Produced in Sydney, the series had a run of 156 fifteen-minute episodes, and was in black and white. In 1964, Melbourne station HSV-7 repeated the series, accompanied by repeats of the 1958-1959 series Autumn Affair. A large number of episodes of both series are held by the National Film and Sound Archive.
Dick Powell's Zane Grey Theatre, sometimes simply called Zane Grey Theatre, is an American Western anthology series which ran on CBS from 1956 to 1961.
Cassie Nightingale, Middleton’s favorite enchantress, and her young-teenage daughter Grace, who shares that same special intuition as her mom, welcome Dr. Sam Radford and his son to town. When the New York transplants move in next to the Grey House, they are immediately spellbound by the mother-daughter duo next door, but Sam and Cassie quickly find they may not see eye to eye. With her signature charm, Cassie attempts to bring everyone together, ensuring all of Middleton is in for new changes, big surprises and, of course, a little bit of magic! "Good Witch” is based on Bell’s beloved character Cassie, the raven-haired enchantress who kept audiences spellbound for seven installments of Hallmark Channel's longest-running and highest-rated original movie franchise of all time.