• The Iron Mask
    United States

    The Iron Mask

    “The Iron Mask” is the first American talking film that was directed by Allan Dwan and released in 1929. Douglas Fairbanks stars as D’Artagnan in this classic retelling of the French legend. He see... More

    5 languages
  • Gulliver's Travels
    United States

    Gulliver's Travels

    Gulliver sets sail on his first voyage in 1699, only to encounter a violent storm that leaves him shipwrecked and unconscious on the mysterious island of Lilliput. The island is inhabited by a nati... More

    25 languages
  • Three Guys Named Mike
    United States

    Three Guys Named Mike

    Three Guys Named Mike (1951) is a romantic comedy film about a stewardess who becomes romantically involved with three different men named Mike, who eventually find out about each other. More

    3 languages
  • Toonerville
    United States

    Toonerville

    “Toonerville” was a popular newspaper cartoon from 1908 to1955 that was adapted into an animated cartoon series in 1936 by Van BeurenStudios. It also is known as “Toonerville Folks” or “The Toonerv... More

    5 languages
  • Legend of Moby Dick

    In 4699, spaceships drifting in space go by the name of whales. Ahab Whale Hunting Company is a whale-hunting company led by a prominent whale hunter Ahab. One day, a child named Lucky comes to Aha... More

    25 languages
  • Clutch Cargo
    United States

    Clutch Cargo

    “Clutch Cargo” is a classic U.S. animated series created by Clark Haas and produced by Cambria Productions. First syndicated in 1959, the series follows the adventures of Clutch Cargo, a writer and... More

    8 languages
  • Lonely Wives
    United States

    Lonely Wives

    Lonely Wives (1931) is an American comedy film. Edward Everett Horton plays Richard "Dickie" Smith, a respectable defense lawyer by day and a womanizer by night. More

    6 languages
  • Aesop's Fables
    United States

    Aesop's Fables

    “Aesop’s Fables” was a series of animated short subjects that was created by American cartoonist Paul Terry, who was inspired to make the series by Howard Estabrook, an actor who became a writer. T... More

    5 languages
  • Wives Under Suspicion
    United States

    Wives Under Suspicion

    Wives Under Suspicion (1938) is a crime drama film about a district attorney handling the case of a man who killed his adulterous wife suspects that his wife might be having an affair. More

    3 languages
  • The Little Shop of Horrors

    The Little Shop of Horrors (1960) is an American comedy fantasy film about a young man who has to kill to feed his bloodthirsty plant. More

    4 languages
  • Go for Broke!
    United States

    Go for Broke!

    Go for Broke! (1951) dramatizes the true story of the 442nd Regimental Combat Team, which was composed of Nisei, second-generation Americans born of Japanese parents, who fought in Europe during W... More

    3 languages
  • Why We Fight: The Battle of Britain

    Chapter IV of Frank Capra's "Why We Fight" World War II propaganda film series More

    5 languages