For you I die, a film by John Reinhardt, 1947

For you I die, a film by John Reinhardt, 1947

For you I die, 1947

A film by John Reinhardt, 1947

A young man serving short time in prison is forced to join an escape attempt. On the outside he hides out from the cops in a cafe, and falls in love with a lovely young waitress. But she has a dark secret that won’t allow the newly freed convict to escape his checkered past.

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The Playful Polar Bears, an animated short by Dave Fleischer, 1938

The Playful Polar Bears, an animated short by Dave Fleischer, 1938

The Playful Polar Bears, 1938

An animated short by Dave Fleischer

Adorable arctic polar bears and their cubs live a merry life in the frozen wilderness, but must defend themselves when they are threatened by human hunters.

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The Flying Deuces, with Laurel and Hardy, 1939

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The Flying Deuces, 1939

A film by A. Edward Sutherland

The hilarious duo joins the foreign legion to escape doldrums after a slump Ollie’s romantic life. They get in a heap of trouble when they try to desert, and things go from bad to worse. Will they face the firing squad, or find a way out of this crazy mess? (Browse our Movie Archive)

Play Boy Publisher Hugh Hefner died st 91

Publisher Hugh Hefner was controversial, but he is credited with changing American society, and bringing sexuality into the public discourse. Many award winning 20th century writers penned articles for playboy, but the magazine’s most powerful attraction was always its nude centerfold. It was shocking to a more socially conservative nation back in 1953, when the first issue debuted, featuring Marilyn Monroe.

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