It’s Alive!, a film by Larry Buchanan, 1969

It's Alive!, a film by Larry Buchanan, 1969

It’s Alive!, 1969

A film by Larry Buchanan

“In this sci-fi film a loony farmer finds a prehistoric monster hiding in a cavern on his land. To feed his newest critter, the farmer kidnaps three people. The three desperately try to escape and finally, one of them succeeds.” (IMDB)

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The Front Page, a film by Lewis Milestone, 1931

The Front Page, a film by Lewis Milestone, 1931

The Front Page, 1931

A film by Lewis Milestone

“The film, considered a screwball comedy, centers on a reporter, Hildebrand ‘Hildy’ Johnson (Pat O’Brien) and his editor (Adolphe Menjou), who hope to cash in on a big story involving an escaped accused murderer, Earl Williams (Stone) and hide him in a rolltop desk while everybody else tries to find him.” (Wikipedia.com)

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Elephants Dream, a film by Bassam Kurdali, 2006

Elephants Dream, a film by Bassam Kurdali, 2006

A film by Bassam Kurdali

“Elephants Dream is the story of two strange characters exploring a capricious and seemingly infinite machine. The elder, Proog, acts as a tour-guide and protector, happily showing off the sights and dangers of the machine to his initially curious but increasingly skeptical protege Emo. As their journey unfolds we discover signs that the machine is not all Proog thinks it is, and his guiding takes on a more desperate aspect.

Elephants Dream is the world’s first open movie, made entirely with open source graphics software such as Blender, and with all production files freely available to use…” (Browse our Movie Archive)

The Admiral was a Lady, a film by Roxbury Productions, 1950

The Admiral Was a Lady

The Admiral was a Lady, 1950

A film by Roxbury Productions

“Four slacker G.I.’s — boxer Mike O’Halloran (Steve Brodie), interior decorator Eddie Hoff (Johnny Sands), cab driver Ollie Bonelli (Richard Erdman) and ex-employment counselor Jimmy Stevens (Edmond O’Brien) — return from World War II and avoid jobs in order to stay on the dole. At the unemployment office, they meet the gorgeous WAVE officer Jean Madison (Wanda Hendrix), and all promptly fall in love with her. The men then forget about their friendships as they vie for Jean’s affections.” (IMDB)

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The Big Bad Wolf, by Castle Films, 1936

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The Big Bad Wolf, 1936

A film by Castle Films

Adorable animated characters sing and dance. A real wolf shows up, after the barnyard is tricked by blacksheep crying wolf earlier. Little Bow Peep and Little Boy Blue, and more. The cartoon is also known as Little Boy Blue.  (Browse our Movie Archive)

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