When a corrupt American businessman tries to strong arm his way into businesses in Newcastle, England, he is thwarted by an club attendant and his waitress girlfriend.
The psychiatry department of a young doctor Cora has just admitted a young lady who refuses to speak and whose identity remains unknown. Cora becomes fond of her patient and establishes a relationship which goes beyond the usual course of treatment. She feels a kind of "call" from this woman as a strange and strong tie grows between them. One day, Cora learns that the identity of her patient has been discovered. Her name is Loa, she is a stranger, she has been sent back home…to Iceland. Cora, who had no idea of this woman's life outside their relationship, is deeply moved : she decides to meet up with her in order to finish the treatment.
A young man looks for a thoroughbred horse that was got lost during a train wreck.
Dancing great Bill Williamson sees his face on the cover of Theatre World magazine and reminisces: Just back from World War I, he meets lovely singer Selina Rogers at a soldiers' ball and promises to come back to her when he "gets to be somebody." Years go by, and Bill and Selina's rising careers intersect only briefly, since Selina is unwilling to "settle down." Will she ever change her mind? Concludes with a big all-star show hosted by Cab Calloway.
Bucharest, 1876. Don Dumitrache instructs his trusted man, Chiriac, to watch his young wife, Veta. Dumitrache is sure that Veta having an affair, she does not know is that her lover is Chiriac own...
A lecherous widow tries to steal away another woman's weak husband, leading to lust, betrayal and murder.
While spending the summer at her grandmother's farm, a girl discovers a talent for communicating with horses and tries to tame a fierce stallion.
After murdering his lover, cross-channel swimmer Joy Webster, Derek Bond attempts to do same to her other boyfriend, Sheldon Lawrence. John Ireland plays an Interpol detective who stems Bond's homicidal hijinks. Black Tide was produced by Monty Berman in his pre-Saint days.
In the 1930s the family of old Sinas Cavinder, gathered for the reading of his will, find themselves being murdered by a mysterious phantom while two rival reporters compete for the story.
Two couples are seated at neighbouring tables in a fashionable restaurant. Elena and Chus are dining with a group of friends, although that doesn’t stop them from arguing. Nearby, Sara and Oscar are trying fo keep their marriage off the rocks. They don't know each other yet, but both couples find a temporary solution to their problems. A few years later they coincide again, this time in the hospital's emergency department. Despite having a child, Elena and Chus's lives now follow separate paths. Sara and Oscar have suffered a serious misfortune and have been speaking different languages for some time now. From stormy night when their destinies cross, changing their lives forever.
Someone spit (Flip The Frog) and the saliva turns into a tiny human who then dances on the ship deck; someone (Flip) roll up their sleeves and get a complete dance routine out of a tattoo and then the owner slaps the buttocks of the female dancer; a skunk comes out of an accordion, gets thrown in the sea and fish all jump out and run on top of the water while holding their noses! And - all of this is just in the first minute of this wild Flip The Frog cartoon from UB Iwerks.
Short animation transports you to the heart of the imagination of a child. In the storm that threatens a little girl thinking at night aloud.
Friends gather on Halloween Night for the last party of their lives. Andrew (Aaron Massey) is afraid that his girlfriend will report a hit-and-run he committed on Halloween Night. Andrew’s friend Gray (Juan Riedinger) proposes a solution – to kill her. Andrew is reluctant at first, but Gray convinces him that murder is the only option. Little does Andrew know that Gray’s twisted proposition forecasts a coldblooded massacre…on a stormy night.
A rancher caught in the middle of a bank robbery shoots one of the robbers. However, the dead bandit turns out to be a former ranch hand who was suing him. The rancher is arrested for murder.
Part of BFI's "National Coal Board Collection".
Tony Clifton, one of Andy Kaufman’s many alter-egos, presides over some totally clueless plaintiffs and defendants in this brilliant and absolutely freaked out take-off on The People’s Court.
Sir Duncan Craggs retires from the Colonial Service and returns to London with his new French wife. The couple are devoted to each other, but continually flirt with other people. Sir Duncan is appointed to the board of clothing retail chain. On his tour of inspection, he encounters a successful store run by the efficient Mr. Bullock. By contrast, a neighbouring shop is filled with unhelpful staff overseen by an incompetent and lazy manager, Raymond Penny, who is more interested in horseracing than running his shop. Craggs is unimpressed by Penny and summons him to a meeting in London. Both Bullock and his domineering wife travel up to London as well, fearing that Penny will tell Craggs malicious stories about them.
Japanese drama film.
Every year, the whole gather in the French region of Auvergne's home. During this 1944 summer, Louis falls in love with his cousin Laurence. The arrival of a British skydiver, Jack, will completely upset Laurence. Louis, jealous like crazy, will betray the skydiver who will die in front of his eyes. But his cousin François-Xavier has also seen what happened.
The series focuses on the Croatian struggle for independence, dating as far back as 1895.
Stormy Petrel was an early attempt at Australian television drama. A mini-series/period drama, the 12-episode series told the story of William Bligh, and aired in 1960 on ABC. Other period drama series produced by ABC in the early 1960s included The Outcasts, The Patriots, and The Hungry Ones. Additionally, in 1964 the broadcaster aired The Purple Jacaranda, a mini-series/serial with a contemporary setting. Telerecordings of the series are held by National Archives of Australia.
Hang Jung Im (Park Sun Young) lives in an ordinary life as a wife and mother. However, Her life have problem when her friend has an affair with her husband and she loses her daughter after that.
Natsu no Arashi! is a Japanese manga written and illustrated by Jin Kobayashi, who is known for his previous work School Rumble. The manga started serialization in Square Enix's Gangan Wing shōnen manga magazine on August 25, 2006, and seven bound volumes have been released in Japan as of March 2010. Natsu no Arashi! was also adapted into two anime television series by Shaft under the direction of Akiyuki Shinbo and broadcast in Japan from April 5, 2009 to December 27, 2009.