Great classic content from the early years of film and television. True classics no film student should miss and the less important, but no less entertaining fan favorites.
An infant creature is found on an island by a group of reporters. The little creature is caged and sent to Japan to become a media attraction. Not only do the island's natives object wholeheartedly to the removal of the beast, but so do the creature's giant parents.
Not only a Stooges flick, but also a great collection of classic singers and musicians of the era.
Based on an H.G. Wells story, this is the story of what our world will be like in the year 2036, after a nuclear fall-out.
When a group of Nazis plot to hijack a train carrying Winston Churchill, commando Al Cooper is called in to protect the Prime Minister.
Sgt. tyne ends up platoon leader after a series of deaths. As they prepare to attack a Nazi held farmhouse the team members reflect on their lives, war, and the missions ahead. excellently directed by Lewis Milestone.
Though Earth has been destroyed by nuclear warfare, a scientist and his daughter have managed to escape and live in their remote mountain home. Thei fate, however, doesn't seem so lucky once their desperate neighbors start moving in.
A forward thinking scientist uses his own body in order to test his theory of cryogenics and its side-effects. But while he is in suspended animation, someone murders his wife. How will the doctor prove his innocence?
Col. Thorwald leads "Carlson's Riders," a special unit of Marine jungle fighters whose purpose is to raid Japanese-held islands. Their assignment: take back Makin Island in the Pacific from a much larger Japanese garrison.
This is a typical sex exploitation film from the early 1930s - complete with wild parties, sex out of wedlock, lesbianism, etc. A chorus girl's exposure to the casting couch also exposes her to syphilis. Exploitation filmmakers hoped to capitalize on the taboo subjects of venereal disease, sex before marriage, lesbianism, etc. while skirting the Motion Picture Production Code of 1930 which forbade a film from containing such content. Films like this would tour the United States for years - mostly being shown in rundown, skid row theaters. This film has been re-edited and re-titled ( Human Wreckage , They Must Be Told , Trial Marriage , About Trial Marriage ) many times to attract the same audience to film, to take advantage of a taboo subject which may have gotten press recently or to appease local censors who disapproved of the film's content
Told in flashback, this is the story of the man that shot Wild Bill Hickok.
Dramatized history of the Coca-Cola company and some of the people who participated in its origin and growth. Made in the style of a feature film
While travelling in Switzerland, the child of a well-off couple is kidnapped. She is held to ensure that her father does not reveal what he knows about a planned assassination. Since they can't talk to the authorities, the parents plan to begin the search for their daughter on their own. This is the original, British-made movie from 1934 and is now in the public domain. After coming to the United States, Alfred Hitchcock produced a remake of this movie in 1956 starring James (Jimmy) Stewart and Doris Day. The remake remains under copyright.