In this remake of Shakespeare's TAMING OF THE SHREW, wealthy rancher George Washington McLintock (John Wayne) uses his power and influence in the territory to keep the peace between farmers, ranchers, land-grabbers, Indians, and corrupt government officials. While maintaining this balancing act, his alienated wife returns seeking custody of his daughter.
Sam Peckinpah's THE DEADLY COMPANIONS, starring Brian Keith and Maureen O'Hara, follows a group of outlaws as they escort a woman and the body of her dead son to his final resting-place.
When a bank heist goes wrong, outlaw Yellowleg (Keith) inadvertently kills a 9-year-old boy -- the son of saloon girl Kit Tilden (O'Hara). Plagued by guilt over the shooting, Yellowleg vows to help her bury the boy beside his father in the now-derelict town of Siringo, Ariz. With criminal cohorts Billy and Turk, Yellowleg embarks on a dangerous journey into Apache territory to lay the boy in his final resting place.
Gulliver washes ashore on Lilliput and attempts to prevent war between that tiny kingdom and its equally minuscule rival, Blefuscu, as well as smooth the way for the romance between the Princess and Prince of the opposing lands. In this he is alternately aided and hampered by the Lilliputian town crier and general fussbudget, Gabby. A life-threatening situation develops when the bumbling trio of Blefuscu spies, Sneak, Snoop, and Snitch, manage to steal Gulliver's pistol.
Widely considered to be the feature film that gave "birth to Hollywood", D. W. Griffith's THE BIRTH OF A NATION is more than just an historical movie; it's a classic of it's genre that portrays a time before Jewish domination of our cultural and the anti-White political correctness that has risen from their hegemony.
A classic everyone should watch at least once, Griffith's film recounts the tale of two families torn apart by war. It follows their story through the Union's invasion of the Confederacy to the rise of the Ku Klux Klan as a response to the anti-Southron devastation reeked by carpet baggers, scalawags, and the epidemic of black-on-White crime and violence.
Sherlock Holmes takes a vacation and visits his old friend Sir Henry Baskerville. His vacation ends when he suddenly finds himself in the middle of a double-murder mystery. Now he's got to find Professor Moriarty and the horse Silver Blaze before the great cup final horse race.
BEAT THE DEVIL is a 1953 John Huston adventure comedy film, starring Humphrey Bogart, Jennifer Jones, and Gina Lollobrigida. Loosely based on a novel of the same name by British journalist Claud Cockburn.
Five rogues are stranded in Italy whilst their steamer is being repaired. With them are the an English couple, the Dannreuthers. The seven are headed for Africa, presumably to sell vacuum cleaners but all is not as it seems. They are joined by others who apparently have similar designs.
Produced by Roger Corman, this Francis Ford Coppola 1963 thriller starring William Campbell and Luana Anders tells the story of scheming widow who hatches a daring plan to get her hands on her late husband's inheritance, unbeknownst to her that she is targeted by an axe-wielding murderer who lurks within the family's estate.
Poet, romantic, and sword fighter Cyrano de Bergerac (Jose Ferrer) loves the beautiful Roxane (Mala Powers), but although he is proud enough of his bulbous proboscis that he regularly duels those who dare mock it, he fears she could never love a man with such an enormous nose. When he learns that she loves the handsome guardsman Christian (William Prince), Cyrano provides the tongue-tied young man with the words of love and devotion he wishes he could say to Roxanne himself.
Helmed by Roger Corman, The Little Shop of Horrors tells the tale of Seymour Krelboin (Jonathan Haze) who works in a Skid Row flower shop owned by Mr. Mushnik (Mel Welles). In his spare time, Seymour creates a new plant species he names Audrey Junior in honor of his girlfriend Audrey (Jackie Joseph). Audrey Junior begins speaking and demands, err . . . sacrifice, leading Seymour down a darkly humorous path.
Of Human Bondage is a 1934 American Pre-Code drama film directed by John Cromwell and is widely regarded by critics as the film that made Bette Davis a star.The screenplay by Lester Cohen is based on the 1915 novel of the same title by W. Somerset Maugham.
In this horror chiller, starring Jack Nicholson (in a very early role) and Boris Karloff, an intriguing, beautiful woman keeps re-appearing to a young French officer, and he is led to a castle where he finds an elderly baron. He becomes trapped in the ancient castle and tries to make sense of the eerie situation. Director Roger Corman (with the help of a few other directors, including Francis Ford Coppola) shot most of this within a few days after finishing The Raven--utilizing the same set.
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HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL was directed by William Castle, written by Robb White, and starred Vincent Price as eccentric millionaire Frederick Loren. He and his fourth wife, Annabelle, have invited five people to the house for a "haunted house" party. Whoever stays in the house for one night will earn $10,000. As the night progresses, all the guests are trapped inside the house with ghosts, murderers, and other terrors.
Exterior shots of the house were filmed at the historic Ennis House in Los Feliz, California, California.
When legendary hunter Bob Rainsford and two shipmates are shipwrecked on the perilous reefs surrounding a mysterious island, they find themselves the guest of the reclusive Count Zaroff. While he is very gracious at first, Zaroff eventually forces them to participate in a sadistic game of cat and mouse in which he is the hunter and they are the hunted.
A FAREWELL TO ARMS is a 1932 dramatic film based on the novel of the same name by Ernest Hemingway. Directed by Frank Borzage and starring Gary Cooper and Helen Hayes, it features a love affair between an American ambulance driver and an English nurse in Italy during World War I. It won Academy Awards for Best Cinematography and Best Sound, and was nominated for Best Picture and Best Art Direction.
This Howard Hawks helmed classic features Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell in the lead roles.
When hard-charging New York newspaper editor Walter Burns discovers that his ex-wife, investigative reporter Hildy, has gotten engaged to a milquetoast insurance agent, he lures her away from tame domestic life with a story about the impending execution of convicted murderer Earl Williams.
Based on the novel THE MAGIC ISLAND by William Seabrook, WHITE ZOMBIE, starring Bela Lugosi, tells the story of a young man who turns to a witch doctor to lure the woman he loves away from her fiancé, but instead turns her into a zombie slave.
D.W. Griffith's epic intercuts between four separate stories about man's inhumanity to man. In Babylon, pacifist Prince Belshazzar is brought down by warring religious factions. In Judea, the last days of Christ are depicted in the style of a Passion play. In France, Catherine de Medici presides over the slaughter of the Huguenots. And in California, a woman pleads for the life of her husband when he is sentenced to hang for a murder he did not commit.
Different people search for different reasons for "The Green Goddess", the Guatemalan idol.
A friend of Tarzan, D'Arnot, has crashed in Guatemala and is now held by a jungle tribe. Two other expeditions, one lead by Major Martling and one by Ula Vale whose fiance died in an earlier one, are looking for the valuable idol, too. Raglan, Ula's lawyer, is searching as well, but only to keep it to himself.
Tarzan, Ula and Major Martling rescue D'Arnot and find the idol that is worshiped by the natives. More adventures follow through the jungle of losing and recapturing the idol.
OUR TOWN is a 1940 film adaptation of a play of the same name by Thornton Wilder starring William Holden. The premise of which is that change comes slowly to a small New Hampshire town in the early 20th century.
F. Scott Fitzgerald's poignant tale "Babylon Revisited" provides the basis for this film starring Elizabeth Taylor and Van Johnson as tragic, restless lovers striving to find meaning and fulfillment in the bittersweet world of fashionable post-war Paris.
During the Mexican war for independence, General Ramirez hires a mysterious gunfighter called "Hallelujah" to steal a cache of jewels to be sold to buy weapons. He must fight off bandits, secret agents, a nun, a Russian prince, and other scoundrels!
A high school biology class receives a visitor, who is a good friend of their teacher. He tells them of an encounter that he and their teacher had 15 years before while searching for Indian artifacts in the nearby mountains. They find a mummified corpse in a cave that resembles a rough-hewn statue. The mummy is brought back to their lodge and breaks out of its wrappings. It goes on a rampage and the teens are forced to work together to stop the creature.
The film is an expanded version of a 1958 unreleased film titled TEENAGERS BATTLE THE THING.