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Servant and Mistress

Servant and Mistress is a 1977 French drama film directed by Bruno Gantillon and starring Victor Lanoux and Andrea Ferreol.

A Bridge Too Far

A Bridge Too Far may refer to: A Bridge Too Far film, a film based on the book, directed by Richard Attenborough A Bridge Too Far, a Historical Advanced Squad Leader module for the board game Advanced Squad Leader based on Operation Market Garden ...

Fighting Texans

Fighting Texans is a 1933 American Western film directed by Armand Schaefer and written by Wellyn Totman. The film stars Rex Bell, Luana Walters, Betty Mack, Yakima Canutt, Wally Wales and George "Gabby" Hayes. The film was released on June 15, 1 ...

Tomorrow Never Comes (disambiguation)

Tomorrow Never Comes is a 1978 British-Canadian crime film directed by Peter Collinson and starring Oliver Reed and Susan George. Tomorrow Never Comes may also refer to:

Chomp (disambiguation)

Chomp Mario, or Chain Chomp, a character from the Mario video game series Chomps Sonic, name of a pet dinosaur in the Sonic Underground animated series Chomp, Maxs dinosaur in the arcade game Dinosaur King

The Cattle Thiefs Escape

The Cattle Thiefs Escape is a 1913 silent film short directed by and starring William Duncan and costarring Myrtle Stedman. It was produced by the Selig Polyscope Company and released through the General Film Company. It was released as split ree ...

The Golden Thought

The Golden Thought is a 1917 silent short film western directed by and starring Tom Mix. It was produced by the Selig Polyscope Company and released through the General Film Company. A print survives in the George Eastman House. It was rereleased ...

One Man Woman

A One Man Woman, a 1925 American comedy short film by Jimmy Callahan One-Man Woman, a 1996 romantic novel by Carole Mortimer A One Man Woman, a 1991 film directed by David Christensen

The Fellowship of the Ring (disambiguation)

The Fellowship of the Ring is the first volume of The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien. The Fellowship of the Ring may also refer to: The Fellowship of the Ring board game, a 1983 game from Iron Crown Enterprises The Fellowship of the Ring: ...

Ten Feet Tall (disambiguation)

"Ten Feet Tall", 1970 single by Joe Gibbs record producer "Ten Feet Tall", 1986 song by Eric Martin "Ten Feet Tall", 1990 song by Mark Lanegan from the album The Winding Sheet "Ten Feet Tall II", 2015 song by Passion Pit from the album Kindred "T ...

Are You Lonesome Tonight?

Are You Lonesome Tonight? may refer to: Are You Lonesome Tonight? musical, a 1985 musical play by Alan Bleasdale about Presley "Are You Lonesome Tonight?" song, a 1926 popular song by Lou Handman and Roy Turk recorded by a number of singers, best ...

Swept Away

Swept Away may refer to: Swept Away Diana Ross album, a 1984 album by Diana Ross Swept Away, a 2004 EP by The Avett Brothers "Swept Away" Diana Ross song,1984 Swept Away 2002 film, a 2002 remake directed by Guy Ritchie and starring Madonna "Swept ...

F (disambiguation)

Fluorine symbol, a chemical element Farad, a unit for electric capacitance f-number, the focal length divided by the aperture diameter Faraday constant Focal length of a lens Fahrenheit This is often generalize to include the field tensors of oth ...

Bert and Arnies Guide to Friendship

Bert and Arnies Guide to Friendship is a 2013 American comedy film directed by Jeff Kaplan and starring Matt Oberg, Stephen Schneider and Anna Chlumsky. It is Kaplans directorial debut.

Bitter Springs

Bitter Spring Valley, a valley in southeast Nevada, at Lake Mead Bitter Springs fossil locality, Australia Bitter Springs, Arizona, a place in Arizona

Depth charge (disambiguation)

Depth charge may refer to: Depth Charge horse, a thoroughbred racehorse Depth Charge, an alias of British DJ & multi-instrumentalist Jonathan Saul Kane Depth Charge film, a 1960 film directed by Jeremy Summers Depth Charge computer game, a comput ...

North of the Yukon (film)

North of the Yukon may refer to: North of Hudson Bay, a 1923 film starring Tom Mix that was released in Great Britain as North of the Yukon North of the Yukon Disney comics, a 1965 Scrooge McDuck comic North of the Yukon 1939 film, a 1939 film

Cordelia (disambiguation)

"Amelia Cordelia McHugh", a Scottish-themed song performed by The Andrews Sisters and Danny Kaye, detailing the antics and many physical attributes of an attractive, wealthy young woman "Cordelia Malone", a popular song recorded in 1904 by Irish ...

Power Book II: Ghost

"Power Book II: Ghost" will pick up the narrative just days after the "Power" finale. The sequel then follows Tariq navigating his new life, in which his desire to shed his fathers legacy comes up against the mounting pressure to save his family."

Kalamazoo (disambiguation)

Kalamazoo, Nebraska Kalamazoo County, Michigan, a county in southwest Michigan Kalamazoo, West Virginia Kalamazoo, Florida Kalamazoo–Portage metropolitan area Kalamazoo River, a river in southwest Michigan

A Bit of Jade

A Bit of Jade is a 1918 silent comedy-drama film directed by Edward Sloman and starring Mary Miles Minter. As with many of Minter’s movies, the film is thought to be a lost film.

There Goes the Neighborhood

There Goes the Neighborhood may refer to: Whoops! There Goes the Neighbourhood, album by The Blow Monkeys There Goes the Neighborhood album, by Joe Walsh There Goes the Neighborhood TV series There Goes the Neighborhood film, directed by Bill Phi ...

Cutaway

Cutaway may refer to: Pudsey Cutaway Dalek Cutaway Cutaway, a flying trapeze trick Cut-away, disconnecting a parachute that has malfunctioned Cutaway van chassis, an incomplete vehicle for further assembly by a manufacturer of conversion vans, RV ...

Good Times Bad Times (disambiguation)

Good Times Bad Times is a song by Led Zeppelin. Good Times Bad Times or GTBT may also refer to: Good Times, Bad Times, an EP by Nuclear Assault Gute Zeiten, schlechte Zeiten, a similar German soap opera Good Times Bad Times film, a 1969 Canadian ...

Break Up

Break Up 1978 film, starring Tony Musante and Ornella Muti "The Break-Up" Recess, a television episode Break Up 1998 film, starring Bridget Fonda, Kiefer Sutherland, and Steven Weber Break Up TV program, starring Bernadette Peters and Carl Ballan ...

Christmas Next Door

Christmas Next Door is a 2017 American made-for-television Hallmark Channel family romance film directed by Jonathan Wright and starring Fiona Gubelmann and Jesse Metcalfe. It premiered on 16 December 2017 on Hallmark Channel as part of Countdown ...

Wild Primrose

Wild Primrose is a 1918 American silent drama film directed by Frederick A. Thomson and starring Gladys Leslie, Richard Barthelmess, Eulalie Jensen, Charles Kent, and Claude Gillingwater. The film was released by V-L-S-E, Incorporated on August 1 ...

Cry Me a River

"Cry Me a River" Justin Timberlake song, a song recorded by Justin Timberlake in 2002 "Cry Me a River" Arthur Hamilton song, written by Arthur Hamilton in 1953, made famous by the 1955 version by Julie London "Cry Me a River", a song by Joe Cocke ...

Skrzydlate swinie

Skrzydlate Swinie – is a Polish drama film directed by Anna Kazejak-Dawid. The premiere was held on 5 November 2010 in Poland.

My Dog Stupid

My Dog Stupid is a 2019 French comedy film directed by Yvan Attal and starring Attal and Charlotte Gainsbourg. The screenplay, written by Attal, Dean Craig and Yael Langmann, is based on the short story of the same name from John Fantes novella W ...

Daguerreotypes

Daguerreotypes is a French documentary by Agnes Varda. It features vignettes of life in Rue Daguerre - a street in Paris, where the filmmaker lived. Varda was caring for her two-year-old son at the time of filming and could not spend long periods ...

Pickpocket (disambiguation)

A pickpocket is a person who commits the act of pickpocketing. Pickpocket, pickpockets or pick pocket may also refer to: Xiao Wu transl. The pickpocket, 1997 Chinese film Pick Pocket 1976 film, Indian film directed by J. Sasikumar Pocket Maar 195 ...

Dan Simkovitch

Dan Simkovitch was born as Daniele Anne Fanny Simkovic in 1954 to a family of Slavic origin. She rose to fame by portraying Madame Bellefeuille in the television series Les Filles dà cote and Les Nouvelles Filles dà cote. In 1991, she appeared al ...

Belle de nuit

Belle de nuit is a French phrase meaning "Beauty of the night". Belle de nuit may refer to: Les Belles de nuit US title: Beauties of the Night, a 1952 French language motion picture fantasy directed and written by Rene Clair Belle de nuit film, a ...

Knave of Hearts

Knave of Hearts may refer to: The Knave of Hearts, a recurring character in the American television show Once Upon a Time in Wonderland The Jack of Hearts in a deck of playing cards The Knave of Hearts book, an illustrated childrens book by Louis ...

Lisa Redler

Lisa Redler is an upcoming French thriller film, directed by Nicole Garcia, from a screenplay by Garcia and Jacques Fieschi. It stars Stacy Martin, Pierre Niney and Benoit Magimel.

La Fin du Monde

La Fin Du Monde may refer to: La Fin du monde book, a science fiction novel published in 1894 by Camille Flammarion and translated into English under the title Omega: The Last Days of the World La Fin du Monde album, an album by The Hylozoists La ...

Folie

Forêt-la-Folie, commune in the Haute-Normandie region of northern France Conde-Folie, commune in the Picardie region of France La Folie, commune in the Basse-Normandie region of northern France Hubert-Folie, commune in the Basse-Normandie region ...

Tout va bien (disambiguation)

Tout Va Bien may refer to: Films The Kids Are All Right film, a 2010 American film released in France under the title Tout Va Bien! The Kids Are All Right Tout Va Bien, a 1972 film directed by Jean-Luc Godard and Jean-Pierre Gorin Everybodys Fine ...

Le Pont des Arts

Le Pont des Arts is a 2004 French drama film directed by Eugene Green. The story is of a young man who falls in love with and finds the whole meaning of his life contained in a young woman who sings a baroque lament on record. He discovers she co ...

Il y a (disambiguation)

Il y a un train toutes les heures, French original title of A Train Leaves in Every Hour, a 1961 Belgian film directed by Andre Cavens Il y a longtemps que je taime, French original title of Ive Loved You So Long, a 2008 film directed by Philippe ...

Exit Point

Exit Point is a Philippine action film starring Ronnie Ricketts, who also serves as the film co-writer and director under the name Ronn Rick. It marks Ricketts movie comeback after 2013s The Fighting Chefs.

Pretty Things (disambiguation)

Pretty Things are an English rock band. Pretty Things may also refer to: The Pretty Things album, a 1965 album by the band Pretty Things: the Last Generation of American Burlesque Queens, a 2006 book by Liz Goldwyn The Pretty Things/Philippe DeBa ...

Vanechka

The film takes place in 1998. The film tells about a woman who goes to Moscow to enter VGIK. Suddenly a tragedy happened: her only friends in Moscow died in a car accident and she only had an orphan, Vanechka, who became her closest person.

Forest for the Trees

"Forest for the Trees", a song by Huey Lewis and the News from Fore! 1986 "Forest for the Trees", a song by The Original Sins from Move 1992 "Forest for the Trees", a song by Taxiride from Garage Mahal 2002 "Forest for the Trees", a song by Danko ...

Last words (disambiguation)

Last words are a persons final words spoken before death. Last Words may also refer to: "Last Words" How I Met Your Mother, an episode of the TV series How I Met Your Mother Last Words film, a 1968 short film directed by Werner Herzog Last Words ...

Kiss Me Again

Kiss Me Again 2006 film, starring Jeremy London Kiss Me Again 1925 film, directed by Ernst Lubitsch Kiss Me Again 2010 film, directed and written by Gabriele Muccino Kiss Me Again 1931 film, starring Bernice Claire, Edward Everett Horton and Walt ...

Dogtooth

Dogtooth or dog tooth is a relatively long, pointed tooth. The term may also refer to or found in: Dogtooth tuna Dog-tooth, ornament found in medieval architecture and feature on aircraft wings Dog-tooth aviation, a wing or tailplane design where ...

For the Freedom of the East

For the Freedom of the East is a lost 1918 silent film drama directed by Ira M. Lowry and starring Lady Tsen Mei. It was produced by Betzwood Pictures, an organization distantly affiliated with the soon to be defunct Lubin Manufacturing Company a ...

Rogue Warfare

Rogue Warfare is a 2019 film directed by Mike Gunther. The film stars Will Yun Lee, Jermaine Love,Rory Markham and is described as a multi-national, special forces action/drama. The project was written by Gunther, Andrew Emilio DeCesare and Micha ...