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The Broadway Gallant

The Broadway Gallant is a 1926 American action film directed by Noel M. Smith and written by Frank Howard Clark. The film stars Richard Talmadge, Clara Horton, Joseph Harrington Jack Richardson, Cecile Cameron and Ford West. The film was released ...

As You Like It (disambiguation)

As You Like It is a pastoral comedy by William Shakespeare. As You Like It may also refer to: "As You Like It", 1962 single by Adam Faith As You Like It Barenaked Ladies album, 2005 album As You Like It 2006 film, adaptation directed by Kenneth B ...

A Final Cut for Orson

A Final Cut for Orson: 40 Years in the Making is a 2018 American documentary short, directed by Ryan Suffern, revolving around the completion of The Other Side of the Wind, directed by Orson Welles. It offers a glimpse behind the scenes into the ...

An Ideal Husband (1980 film)

The film tells about Sir Robert Chiltern, who was a promising politician, an ideal husband and man, but got involved in a dirty business. Will he be able to save his marriage?

Stars Over Arizona

Stars Over Arizona is a 1937 American Western film directed by Robert North Bradbury and written by Robert Emmett Tansey. The film stars Jack Randall, Kathleen Eliot, Horace Murphy, Warner Richmond, Tom Herbert and Chick Hannan. The film was rele ...

Ill Be Next Door for Christmas

Ill Be Next Door for Christmas is a 2018 American comedy film directed by David Jay Willis and starring Nicole Sullivan, Atticus Shaffer, Jonathan Mangum, Beth Littleford, Regan Burns and Lil Bub. The movie was released worldwide on Amazon Prime ...

The Cheyenne Kid (1940 film)

The Cheyenne Kid is a 1940 American Western film directed by Raymond K. Johnson and written by Tom Gibson. The film stars Jack Randall, Louise Stanley, Kenne Duncan, Frank Yaconelli, Reed Howes and Charles King. The film was released on February ...

The Man from Sundown

The Man from Sundown is a 1939 American Western film directed by Sam Nelson and written by Paul Franklin. The film stars Charles Starrett, Iris Meredith, Richard Fiske, Jack Rockwell, Alan Bridge and Dick Botiller. The film was released on July 1 ...

Appaloosa (disambiguation)

The Appaloosa is a horse breed known for its leopard-spotted coat markings and other distinctive physical characteristics. Appaloosa may also refer to: Appaloosa band, a French electronic duo The Appaloosa, a 1966 Western film starring Marlon Bra ...

Absinthe (disambiguation)

Absinthe: La Folie Verte 2001, by Blood Axis and Les Joyaux De La Princesse Absinthe Naked City album 1993, by Naked City Absinthe Marc Almond album 1993, by Marc Almond

Sign of the Wolf

Sign of the Wolf is a 1941 American adventure film directed by Howard Bretherton and written by Elizabeth Sutphin and Edmond Kelso. The film stars Michael Whalen, Grace Bradley, Darryl Hickman, Mantan Moreland, Louise Beavers and Wade Crosby. The ...

Up in the Air

Up in the Air 2009 film, an adaptation of the novel, starring George Clooney "Up in the Air", a 1992 episode of ChuckleVision Up in the Air 1940 film, an American film directed by Howard Bretherton "Up in the Air" Eureka, a 2011 episode of Eureka

The Lone Avenger

The Lone Avenger is a 1933 American Western film directed by Alan James and written by Forrest Sheldon and Betty Burbridge. The film stars Ken Maynard, Muriel Gordon, James Marcus, Alan Bridge, Niles Welch and William Bailey. The film was release ...

Standing Up for Sunny

RJ Mitte as Travis Matt Nable as Male Interviewer Philippa Northeast as Sunny Ella Scott Lynch as Felicity Barry Humphries as Himself Sam Reid as Mikey

Goodbye Summer

Goodbye Summer, by Alison Prince 1983 The Goodbye Summer, by Patricia Gaffney 2004 The Goodbye Summer, by Crosby Bonsall 1979 Goodbye summer blues, by Philip Prowse 1995

The Show-Off

The Show-Off is a 1924 stage play by George Kelly about a working-class North Philadelphian familys reluctance to accept their daughters suitor Aubrey Piper, an overly-confident Socialist buffoon. The play has been revived five times on Broadway ...

Dark August

Dark August is a 1976 American supernatural horror film directed by Martin Goldman and starring Kim Hunter. Its plot follows a man who places a curse on a man who accidentally killed his daughter in a car accident. The screenplay was co-written b ...

Excuse Me for Living

Excuse Me for Living is a 2012 American romantic comedy film written, produced and directed by Ric Klass and starring Tom Pelphrey, Christopher Lloyd, Robert Vaughn, Melissa Archer and Ewa Da Cruz. It is based on Klasss novel of the same name.

No Looking Back

Out of the Blue 1980 film, released in Canada as No Looking Back, directed by Dennis Hopper No Looking Back, documentary on Jorge Salan 2014 No Looking Back film, a 1998 film directed by Edward Burns

Gun Talk (film)

Gun Talk is a 1947 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by J. Benton Cheney. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Christine McIntyre, Douglas Evans, Geneva Gray and Wheaton Chambers. The film was released on ...

Frontier Agent

Frontier Agent is a 1948 American Western film directed by Lambert Hillyer and written by J. Benton Cheney. The film stars Johnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton, Reno Browne, Kenneth MacDonald, Dennis Moore and Riley Hill. The film was released on Ma ...

Rough Riding Rhythm

Rough Riding Rhythm is a 1937 American Western film directed by J. P. McGowan and written by Arthur Everett. The film stars Kermit Maynard, Beryl Wallace, Ralph Peters, Olin Francis, Betty Mack, Curley Dresden and Cliff Parkinson. The film was re ...

Ellery Queens Penthouse Mystery

Ellery Queens Penthouse Mystery is a 1941 American mystery film directed by James P. Hogan and written by Eric Taylor. It is based on the 1939 play The Three Scratches by Ellery Queen. The film stars Ralph Bellamy, Margaret Lindsay, Charley Grape ...

Under Two Flags

Under Two Flags may refer to: Under Two Flags novel, a novel by British writer Ouida, and its film adaptations Under Two Flags 1915 film, a short starring Helen Bray Under Two Flags 1922 film, directed by Tod Browning Under Two Flags 1912 George ...

London After Midnight

London After Midnight may refer to: London After Midnight, a 1928 novelization of London After Midnight by Marie Coolidge-Rask London After Midnight film, a lost 1927 silent horror film directed by Tod Browning London After Midnight, a 1996 book ...

Its Alive

Its Alive 1974 film, a 1974 horror film directed by Larry Cohen "Its alive", a phrase used in the film Frankenstein 1931 and its sequels "Its alive", a phrase used in the film Rosemarys Baby 1968 Its Alive! TV series, a YTV variety show that aire ...

Miss Congeniality

Miss Congeniality may refer to: Miss Congeniality film, 2000 film, directed by Donald Petrie, starring Sandra Bullock and Benjamin Bratt Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous, a 2005 sequel Miss America RuPauls Drag Race Miss Teen USA Miss Inte ...

Two-Fisted Jones

Two-Fisted Jones is a 1925 American Western film directed by Edward Sedgwick and written by Scott Darling. The film stars Jack Hoxie, Kathryn McGuire, William Steele, Harry Todd, Frank Rice and Paul Grimes. The film was released on December 6, 19 ...

Dust Bowl (disambiguation)

The Dust Bowl was a period of severe dust storms during the 1930s Depression Era. Dust Bowl may also refer to: "Dust Bowl", a song from the 10.000 Maniacs album Blind Mans Zoo The Dust Bowl film, a 2012 PBS documentary on the Dust Bowl directed b ...

Devils Den (disambiguation)

Devils Den is a name, or part of a name, of numerous places and other entities. The most famous Devils Den is on part of the Civil War battlefield at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Handle with Care

Handle with Care 1977 film, an American comedy directed by Jonathan Demme Handle with Care 1922 film, an American silent film directed by Phil Rosen "Handle with Care" The Vampire Diaries, a 2013 television episode Handle with Care 1935 film, a B ...

Tomorrow Night

Tomorrow Night may refer to: In music: "Tomorrow Night", a song from the 1983 film Yentl Tomorrow Night, an album by Charlie Rich "Tomorrow Night" a 1978 single by Shoes band "Tomorrow Night" Coslow and Grosz song, 1939 "Tomorrow Night", a song f ...

A Girl of the Limberlost

A Girl of the Limberlost is the title of a 1909 novel by Gene Stratton-Porter It may also refer to: The Girl of the Limberlost, a 1945 American film directed by Mel Ferrer, based on the Stratton-Porter novel A Girl of the Limberlost, a 1990 Ameri ...

Hunchback (disambiguation)

Hunchback is a descriptive yet derogatory term for a person who has severe kyphosis. Hunchback or The Hunchback may also refer to: The Hunchback 1914 film directed by W. Christy Cabanne and featuring Lillian Gish The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, an 1 ...

Season of the Witch

Season of the Witch Nox Arcana album, 2017 Season of the Witch John 5 album, 2017 "Season of the Witch" song, by Donovan, 1966 "Season of the Witch", a song by American hard rock band Zeke Seasons of the Witch, a 2003 album by Gotham Road

Trespass (disambiguation)

Trespass is the legal term for a direct violation of another persons property, usually land. Trespass may also refer to: Trespass soundtrack Trespass film score Trespass 1992 film, starring Bill Paxton, Ice Cube, Ice-T, and William Sadler Trespas ...

Confidential (disambiguation)

Confidential may refer to: Confidential 1935 film, a film directed by Edward L. Cahn Confidential TV series, an Australian weekly entertainment news show Confidential, a level of classified information Confidențial Anda Adam album, 2005 Confident ...

Hi-Life

Hi-Life is a 1998 American Christmas romantic comedy film written and directed by Roger Hedden and starring Katrin Cartlidge, Charles Durning, Daryl Hannah, Moira Kelly, Peter Riegert, Campbell Scott and Eric Stoltz.

Jesse (film)

It was based on a true story and filmed in Arizona. The movie was directed by Glenn Jordan, who worked with Remick in The Womens Room and Toughlove. He brought the project to Remick who said "It appealed to us both, I think, for the same reasons ...

Strictly Confidential

Strictly Confidential may refer to: "Strictly Confidential", a short story by Gordon R. Dickson collected in The Man the Worlds Rejected Strictly Confidential 1934 film or Broadway Bill, a 1934 American comedy directed by Frank Capra "Strictly Co ...

A Lovers Oath

A Lovers Oath is a lost 1925 American silent fantasy film directed by Ferdinand P. Earle and featuring Ramon Novarro. The film is based upon the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, as translated by Edward Fitzgerald, and included quotes of its text on inte ...

Night Riders

Night Riders may refer to: Night Riders 1981 film, released in 1981 The Night Riders 1920 film, a British film directed by Alexander Butler NightRiders, Incorporated, a defunct company that offered fee-based designated drivers Night Riders EP, a ...

Border Outlaws

Border Outlaws is a 1950 American Western film directed by Richard Talmadge and written by Arthur Hoerl. The film stars Spade Cooley, Maria Hart, Bill Edwards, Bill Kennedy, George Slocum, and John Laurenz. The film was released on November 2, 19 ...

High Rise

High Rise, High-Rise or Highrise may refer to: High-Rise novel, a 1975 novel by J. G. Ballard High-rise fashion, a conservative type of fashion that contrasts with low-rise fashion High-rise, a tall building or structure Highrise formerly known a ...

Salton Sea (disambiguation)

Salton Sea Beach, California, a settlement on the seas shores Salton Sea State Recreation Area, a state park located on the northeastern side of the sea

Its a Small World (disambiguation)

"Its a Small World After All", 1964 music composed by the Sherman brothers, Robert B. Sherman and Richard M. Sherman, as Its a Small World attraction theme song.

Screening

Screening may refer to: Smoke screening, blanketing an area with smoke to provide cover Screening tactical, one military unit providing cover for another in terms of both physical presence and firepower Film screening, the displaying of a motion ...

Lightning Strikes West

Lightning Strikes West is a 1940 American Western film directed by Harry L. Fraser and written by Martha Chapin. The film stars Ken Maynard, Claire Rochelle, Bob Terry, Michael Vallon, Charles King and Reed Howes. The film was released on June 1, ...

Trails of the Wild

Trails of the Wild is a 1935 American adventure film directed by Sam Newfield and written by Joseph ODonnell. The film stars Kermit Maynard, Billie Seward, Monte Blue, Matthew Betz, Fuzzy Knight and Wheeler Oakman. The film was released on August ...

Meeting Daddy

Meeting Daddy was a 2000 film written and directed by Peter Gould. It is notably the last of actor Lloyd Bridges 160 films, and was posthumously released. The plot involves a struggling New York-based screenwriter travelling to Savannah, Georgia ...