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1988. Adam Ant, Richard Blade, Gail O'Grady, Harold Pruett, Bunty Bailey, Kim Johnston Ulrich. A group of contestants travel to a castle in Italy to participate in a million dollar treasure hunt hidden on the premises. Little did they know, the lord of the castle hides a deadly secret.

1954. Norman Wooland, Tilda Thamar, Wayne Morris. Following WW II, a U.S. army officer stationed in West Germany is assigned with keeping classified information away from the Communists. Unfortunately, Red spies know that he suffers from sudden black-outs and use this to hypnotize him, and make it appear that he is a traitor.

1944. Buster Crabbe, Arline Judge, Julie Gibson, Donald Mayo, Glenn Strange. In order to get some extra money to send his son to military school, a truck driver turns amateur boxer. His success in that field convinces him take up the sport full-time, and he soon fights his way up to where he becomes a contender for the Heavyweight Championship. However, his chance at the title is endangered when he starts squiring around a flashy blonde and begins tasting the "good life" of nightclubs, partying and booze.

1954. Robert Francis, Brian Keith, Dianne Foster, Jerome Courtland. Corporal Brady, an American soldier captured during the Korean War, is taken to a POW camp. There he meets Sergeant Rand, a prisoner who is cooperating with the North Koreans. Brady is disgusted by these actions, but he soon discovers that Rand is actually an intelligence officer playing along to access important secrets.

1945. Jim Bannon, Nina Foch, George Macready, Barton Yarborough. Mysterious letters from a Tibetan religious group have anxious inheritor Jefferson Monk fearing for his life. When the strange messages accurately portend the paralysis of his wife, Ellen, and warn of his own impending decapitation, Monk seeks the help of private investigator Jack Packard and his partner.

1957. Donald Wolfit, Robert Bray, Jane Griffiths, Anton Diffring. Survivors of the World War 2 German Resistance Group attend an annual reunion at an English country house. The reunion is hosted by Colonel Price, who intends to find out which guest had betrayed their leader.

1971. Paul Scofield, Irene Worth, Cyril Cusack, Susan Engel. Lear, the aged king of a medieval kingdom, decides to step down from his throne and divide his lands and power among his three daughters: Goneril, Regan and Cordelia.

1956. Tom Conway, Elizabeth Sellars. Sir Roderick Strood is on trial for the murder of his neurotic wife, Lady Daphne Strood, by means of a sedative overdose. However, he is perplexed to discover that his wife is in fact alive and well.

1949. Sally Forrest, Keefe Brasselle, Leo Penn. After a beautiful but unsophisticated girl is seduced by a worldly piano player and gives up her out-of-wedlock baby, her guilt compels her to kidnap another child.

1955. John Ireland, Honor Blackman, Geoffrey Keen, Eric Pohlmann. Crowds flock to a carnival sideshow to see "The Starving Man", a heavyset man who claims he can go 70 days without eating. However, a couple of murders occur at the carnival, resulting in the police becoming involved.

1938. James Cagney, Pat O'Brien, Humphrey Bogart, The Dead End Kids, Ann Sheridan. A priest tries to stop a gangster from corrupting a group of street kids.

1937. Noah Beery Jr., Kay Hughes, Larry J. Blake, Bernadene Hayes. During World War I, tough talking city truck driver Tony Michaels saves dairy farmer Dick Cameron's life, and Dick promises that he will always be welcome at his farm in Thatcher, Illinois. Following the armistice, Dick dies from shrapnel wounds, and his kid brother Kirk takes over the dairy. In 1937, during a string of cattle raids in the Thatcher district, Tony, now a member of a rustling syndicate, is hit with a bullet and arrives on the dairy farm wounded.

1955. John Ericson, Mari Blanchard, Neville Brand. Jack Slade, son of a lawman, is hired by Pinkerton detective Joseph Ryan to help outlaws and train robbers. After Texas Rose steals his gun, Slade joins the gang and, with Ryan's help, sets a trap for the gang.

1961. Bent Mejding, Asbjรธrn Andersen, Povl Wรธldike, Ann Smyrner. After copper miners discover a piece of the frozen tail of a giant prehistoric reptile in Lapland, scientists inadvertently bring it back to life. The original Danish version, complete with musical numbers.

1935. Claude Rains, Fay Wray, Jane Baxter. A fake music-hall clairvoyant discovers he has genuine psychic powers in the presence of a woman, but also faces a court case for a disaster he predicted.

1955. Alex Nicol, Veronica Hurst, Clifford Evans. A security officer's brother is accused of stealing a famous painting from a British gallery.

1977. Cรผneyt Arkin, Necla Nazir, Ekrem Bora. Murat runs a casino. He has promised his pregnant wife Nilgun that he would give up this business. Inspector Sahin is after Murat, but never has sufficient evidence against him. One day at a police raid, he arrests Murat, but when somebody else confesses, Murat is released. Sahin begins to follow Murat and surrounds the house he stays at.

1955. Sterling Hayden, William Bishop, Karin Booth. An ex-gunslinger arrives in a small town to warn of an impending attack by his old gang.

1948. Humphrey Bogart, Walter Huston, Tim Holt. Two down-on-their-luck Americans searching for work in 1920s Mexico convince an old prospector to help them mine for gold in the Sierra Madre Mountains.

1955. Johnny Weissmuller, Angela Stevens, Selmer Jackson, William Tannen. Johnny Weissmuller helps Professor Blakely look for a missing colleague who is now playing "god" for a bunch of natives. Weissmuller's final film and the last in Columbia's 'Jungle Jim' series.

1950. Dorothy Patrick, Robert Rockwell, Jimmy Lydon, Robert Armstrong, Larry J. Blake, John Harmon. School teacher Janet Brooks innocently involves herself in a scandal while spending the weekend alone in the mountain cabin of her fiancรฉe, Dr. Walter Phillips. She gives first aid to a wounded racketeer, Joe Bruno, who is running out on his mob with eighty thousand dollars in cash. Unknown to Janet, Bruno hides the money in the cabin.

1985. Nicol Williamson, Jean Marsh, Piper Laurie, Matt Clark, Fairuza Balk, Michael Sundin. Dorothy, saved from a psychiatric experiment by a mysterious girl, is somehow called back to Oz when a vain witch and the Nome King destroy everything that makes the magical land beautiful.

1941. Joel McCrea, Ellen Drew, Eddie Bracken, Albert Dekker, Billy Gilbert, George Chandler, Bodil Ann Rosing. A backwoodsman comes to Detroit to get a job and earn money to buy an outboard motor.

1955. Johnny Weissmuller, Jean Byron, Helene Stanton. Johnny Weissmuller accompanies writer Ellen Martson, archery-expert Bob Prentice and trader Mark Santo to the remote Baku area in Africa, where an ancient civilization is rumored to have once flourished.

1954. Johnny Weissmuller, Judy Walsh, David Bruce, Bruce Cowling. Johnny Weissmuller fights enemy agents who are trying to steal cobalt while disguised as crocodiles.


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