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Geremia cane e spia DVD (1959)
Also known as: The Shaggy Dog DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy, Family

Director: Charles Barton

Cast: Fred MacMurray, Jean Hagen, Tommy Kirk, Annette Funicello, Tim Considine, Kevin Corcoran, Cecil Kellaway, Alexander Scourby, Roberta Shore, James Westerfield, Strother Martin, Forrest Lewis, Ned Wever, Gordon Jones, Jacques Aubuchon

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Through an ancient spell, a boy changes into a sheepdog and back again. It seems to happen at inopportune times and the spell can only be broken by an act of bravery....

Die geschichte vom kleinen muck DVD (1953)
Country: East Germany

Spoken Languages: German

Genre(s): Fantasy, Family

Director(s): Wolfgang Staudte

Cast: Thomas Schmidt (as Kleiner Muck), Johannes Maus (as Altgewordener Muck), Friedrich Richter (as Mukrah), Trude Hesterberg (as Ahavzi), Alwin Lippisch (as Sultan), Silja Lesny (as Amarza), Heinz Kammer (as Bajazid), Gerhard Hänsel (as Hassan), Wilhelm Hinrich Holtz (as Oberster Ramudschin), Richard Nagy (as Oberer Ramudschin), Gerd Frickhöffer (as Unterer Ramudschin), Werner Peters (as Unterster Ramudschin), Charles Hans Vogt (as Magier), Harry Riebauer (as Laeufer Murad), Ursula Kempert (as Sklavin), Friedrich Gnaß (as Stadtwächter), Wolf von Beneckendorff (as Schulmeister), Johannes Rhein (as Mustafa), Wolf Kaiser (as Wachhauptmann), Heinz Appel (as Doctor), Karl Block (as Doctor), Hermann Dieckhoff (as Doctor), Emil Leser (as Doctor), Wilhelm Otto Eckhardt (as Murad's Father), Jean Brahn (as Teppichverkäufer), Hans-Joachim Gliese (as Fisherman), Wladimir Marfiak (as Fisherman), Walter Wystemp (as Fisherman), Willi Schwabe (as Jussef), Fritz Wolff (as Uncle), Herbert Scholz (as Uncle), Wolfgang Bolling, Lutz Götz, Hans Hellenberger, Waldemar Jacobi, Erich Klappner, Julius Klee, Else Korén, Alfred Land, Otto Lange, Toni Meitzen, Alexander Papendiek, Helene Riechers, Manfred Schaeffer, Hans Schille, Joe Schorn, Anneliese Sommer, Otto Sommer, Hubert Temming, Nico Turoff

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: An old man living in an oriental city tells the story of his life to a group of kids: He too was once a young boy by the name of Little Muck - much like them, but with better manners and a heap of problems. Having lost his father at early age, little Muck is expelled from home by his greedy relatives. He wanders off into the desert hoping to find the merchant who sells good fortune. Amidst the dunes of sand he comes across a small house owned by a wicked woman and her many cats. She wants to make Little Muck her servant, but he manages to escape by stealing a pair of magic shoes which enable him to run faster than any man in the country. From there he heads right into the next set of challenges... Based on a fairy tale by Wilhelm Hauff.

Ghost buster DVD (1952)
Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Short, Fantasy

Director: Hal Yates

Cast: Gil Lamb, Carol Hughes, Donald MacBride, Donna Martell, Jim Hayward, Edward Clark, George Wallace, Barbara Pepper

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Gil Lamb, window washer at the "Daily Record" has aspirations of becoming a reporter and marrying Carol Hughes, the city editor's secretary. When he hears of the disappearance of a town millionaire's nephew, he sets out, disguised as a nurse, for the millionaire's mansion to solve the case.

The ghost goes wild DVD (1947)
Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy, Mystery

Director: George Blair

Cast: Edward Everett Horton, James Ellison, Anne Gwynne, Ruth Donnelly, Stephanie Bachelor, Grant Withers, Lloyd Corrigan, Emil Rameau, Jonathan Hale, Charles Halton, Holmes Herbert, Edward Gargan, Eugene Gericke, Michael Hughes, William Austin

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Monty Crandall is a commercial artist who ridicules a dowager with a caricature of her on a magazine cover and she sues him. His troubles are multiplied when a pretty wife forces her attentions on him, and her gun-toting husband is somewhat incensed about it, blaming Monty. He fakes his death and returns as a ghost to frighten off the trouble-makers, but it is only when he enlists the aid of a real ghost, Eric, that his problems are solved.

The ghost that walks alone DVD (1944)
Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance, Mystery, Fantasy

Director: Lew Landers

Cast: Arthur Lake, Janis Carter, Lynne Roberts, Frank Sully, Warren Ashe, Arthur Space, Barbara Brown, Matt Willis

Medium: DVD R/RW

Il giardino della felicità DVD (1976)
Also known as: The Blue Bird DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Thriller, Drama, Adventure, Fantasy, Family, Mystery

Director: George Cukor

Cast: Elizabeth Taylor, Jane Fonda, Ava Gardner, Cicely Tyson, Robert Morley, Harry Andrews, Patsy Kensit, Will Geer, Todd Lookinland, Mona Washbourne, George Cole, Richard Pearson, Nadezhda Pavlova, Georgiy Vitsin, Margarita Terekhova

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A pair of peasant children, Mytyl and her brother Tyltyl, are led on a magical quest for the fabulous Blue Bird of Happiness by the Fairy Berylune. On their journey, they are accompanied by the humanized presences of a Dog, a Cat, Light, Fire, Bread, and other entities.

Il giardino incantato DVD (1952)
Also known as: Jack and the Beanstalk DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy, Family, Musical

Director: Jean Yarbrough

Cast: Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Buddy Baer, Shaye Cogan, James Alexander, Dorothy Ford, Barbara Brown, David Stollery, William Farnum, Johnny Conrad, Arthur Shields (voice)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Hilarious version of the famous fairy tale, about a young boy who trades the family cow for magic beans.

I giganti della giungla DVD (1952)
Also known as: The Jungle DVD (original title)

Country: India

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Drama, Adventure, Fantasy

Director: William Berke

Cast: Cesar Romero, Marie Windsor, Rod Cameron, Ruby Mayer, M.N. Nambiar, David Abraham, Ramakrishna, Chitra Devi

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A great white hunter and an Indian princess trek into the Indian jungle to investigate a number of wild animal stampedes which have resulted in the deaths of many people. On their journey, they discover a herd of prehistoric wooly mammoths are responsible for the terror!

I giganti della Tessaglia DVD (1960)
Also known as: Gli argonauti DVD (alternative title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Adventure, Fantasy

Director: Riccardo Freda

Cast: Massimo Girotti, Roland Carey, Ziva Rodann, Luciano Marin, Alberto Farnese, Nadia Sanders, Cathia Caro, Alfredo Varelli, Gil Delamare, Maria Teresa Vianello, Nando Tamberlani, Alberto Sorrentino, Massimo Pianforini, Paolo Gozlino, Raf Baldassarre

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: In order to placate the angry gods, who have allowed Thessaly to be overrun with barbarian invaders and beset with natural disasters, King Jason takes his Argonauts on a search for the fabled Golden Fleece. Meanwhile, back at home, his scheming regent is plotting to get his hands on the kingdom--and the queen.

Ginevra e il cavaliere di re Artù DVD (1963)
Also known as: Lancelot and Guinevere DVD (original title)

Country: UK

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Action, Adventure, War, Fantasy, Romance

Director: Cornel Wilde

Cast: Cornel Wilde, Jean Wallace, Brian Aherne, George Baker, Adrienne Corri, Archie Duncan, Michael Meacham, Iain Gregory, Mark Dignam, Reginald Beckwith, John Barrie, Richard Thorp, Joseph Tomelty, Graham Stark, Geoffrey Dunn

Medium: DVD R/RW

Gioco perverso DVD (1968)
Also known as: The Magus DVD (original title)

Country: UK

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Fantasy, Mystery

Director: Guy Green

Cast: Michael Caine, Anthony Quinn, Candice Bergen, Anna Karina, Julian Glover, Jerome Willis, Paul Stassino, Takis Emmanuel, George Pastell, Danièle Noël, Ethel Farrugia, Andreas Malandrinos, George Kafkaris, Anthony Newlands, Stack Constantino

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: An English teacher arrives on a sleepy Greek island to take up a vacant teaching post. The last man to hold the post committed suicide under mysterious circumstances. Slowly but surely, he is drawn into a bizarre game engineered by a reclusive local magician. The deeper into the game he is drawn, the more he senses danger... yet cannot seem to untangle himself from the fascinating and compelling influence that the game is having on his mind.

Un giorno un gatto DVD (1963)
Also known as: Az prijde kocour DVD (original title)

Country: Czechoslovakia

Spoken Languages: Czech

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy, Family, Romance

Director: Vojtech Jasný

Cast: Jan Werich, Emília Vásáryová, Vlastimil Brodský, Jirí Sovák, Vladimír Mensík, Jirina Bohdalová, Karel Effa, Vlasta Chramostová, Alena Kreuzmannová, Stella Zázvorková, Jaroslav Mares, Jana Werichová, Ladislav Fialka, Karel Vrtiska, Václav Babka

Medium: DVD R/RW

Subtitles: Portuguese

Plot: Some people with a strange cat arrive in a small village. The cat wears glasses, and when someone takes them off, she can colour people, according to their nature and mood. The grown-ups of the village consider the cat to be dangerous, but the kids just love her...

Giove in doppiopetto DVD (1954)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Fantasy, Comedy

Director: Daniele D'Anza

Cast: Delia Scala, Carlo Dapporto, Lucy D'Albert, Gino Ravazzini, Franca Gandolfi, Gianni Agus, Annabella Cerliani, Lilo Weibel, Françoise Rambert, Rina Mascetti, Lile Larson, Renato Tovaglieri, Silvio Crescenzi, Domenico Crescentini

Medium: DVD R/RW

Il giro del mondo in 80 giorni DVD (1956)
Also known as: Around the World in Eighty Days DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Adventure, Fantasy, Family, Romance

Director: Michael Anderson

Cast: Cantinflas, Finlay Currie, Robert Morley, Noel Coward, John Gielgud, Trevor Howard, Harcourt Williams, David Niven, Fernandel, Charles Boyer, Evelyn Keyes, José Greco, Ronald Squire, Basil Sydney, Martine Carol

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Phileas Fogg accepts a challenge from his fellow members at the Reform Club and sets of prove that you can travel around the world in a mind-boggling 80 days. He sets off by train to Paris with his new valet Passepartout but then is forced to continue the trip by balloon arriving next in Spain where Passepartout has an interesting encounter in the bullfighting ring. They finally make their way across the Mediterranean and through the Suez canal, arriving in Bombay two days ahead of schedule...

Giro girotondo con il sesso è bello il mondo DVD (1975)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Sexy, Fantasy

Director: Oscar Brazzi

Cast: Rossano Brazzi, Pierluigi Catocci, Wilma Della Lunga, Ghigo Masino, Giovanni Petti, Tina Vinci, Patrizia Webley

Medium: DVD R/RW

Giù sulla Terra DVD (1947)
Also known as: Down to Earth DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy, Romance, Musical

Director: Alexander Hall

Cast: Rita Hayworth, James Gleason, Edward Everett Horton, George Macready, William Frawley, Dorothy Hart, Larry Parks, Marc Platt, Roland Culver, Adele Jergens, Jean Willes, Kathleen O'Malley, William Haade, James Burke

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Upset about a new Broadway musical's mockery of Greek mythology, the goddess Terpsichore comes down to earth and lands a part in the show. She works her charms on the show's producer and he incorporates her changes into the show. Unfortunately, her changes also produce a major flop.

Giulietta degli spiriti DVD (1965)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy, Fantasy

Director: Federico Fellini

Cast: Giulietta Masina, Sandra Milo, Valentina Cortese, Mario Pisu, Valeska Gert, José Luis de Vilallonga, Friedrich von Ledebur, Caterina Boratto, Lou Gilbert, Luisa Della Noce, Silvana Jachino, Milena Vukotic, Fred Williams, Dany París, Anne Francine

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Juliet lives in a beautiful house by the ocean. Her sisters, and especially her Mother overshadow her with their beauty. She is a spiritual, superstitious and naive woman. She visits a psychic seer who tells her she must follow the sex trade in order to be happy. Not long after she meets her eccentric and sexy neighbour, Suzy, who, by all counts appears to be a high class prostitute and encourages Juilet into sexual acts which make her guilty and nervous...

Le gladiatrici DVD (1963)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Adventure, Fantasy

Director: Antonio Leonviola

Cast: Susy Andersen, Joe Robinson, Harry Baird, Janine Hendy, Maria Fiore, Alberto Cevenini, Tony Ante, Robert Baca, Anna Majurec, Claudia Capone, Carla Foscari

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A race of Amazon warriors is enslaving the men of a country, and the mighty Thor is called upon to help them regain their freedom.

La gnomo mobile DVD (1967)
Also known as: The Gnome Mobile DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Adventure, Fantasy, Family

Director: Robert Stevenson

Cast: Walter Brennan, Karen Dotrice, Richard Deacon, Ed Wynn, Charles Lane, Matthew Garber, Tom Lowell, Sean McClory, Jerome Cowan, Norman Grabowski, Gil Lamb, Maudie Prickett, Cami Sebring

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: An eccentric millionaire and his grandchildren are embroiled in the plights of some forest gnomes who are searching for the rest of their tribe. While helping them, the millionaire is suspected of being crazy because he's seeing gnomes! He's committed, and the niece and nephew and the gnomes have to find him and free him.

Il grande corsaro DVD (1963)
Also known as: Dai tozoku DVD (original title)

Country: Japan

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Action, Adventure, Fantasy

Director: Senkichi Taniguchi

Cast: Toshirô Mifune (as Sukezaemon Naya), Tadao Nakamaru (as alias 'Luzon'), Mie Hama (as Sinbad in English version), Kumi Mizuno (as The Chancellor), Ichirô Arishima (as Princess Yaya), Hideyo Amamoto (as Miwa the Rebel Leader), Mitsuko Kusabue (as Sennin the Wizard), Jun Tazaki (as Granny the Witch), Akiko Wakabayashi (as in drag), Jun Funato (as Sobei), Makoto Satô (as Itaka Tsuzuka of the Imperial Guards), Jun'ichirô Mukai (as Yaya's maid), Yutaka Nakayama (as Prince Ming of Thailand), Hidezu Kane (as The Black Pirate), Rokku Furukawa (as Chief of Imperial Guards)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: An adventurous and daring sailor sets sail to the castle of an ailing king to stop an evil premier, hungry for power and wealth, from succeeding to the throne and marrying the king's beautiful daughter. Along the way, with the help of a band of courageous rebels and a lustful wizard, he must overcome the powers of a mesmerizing witch, ruthless pirates, and the castle's Imperial guards. The sailor must also free those kidnapped into slavery and restore the king's reputation.

La grande giornata di Babbo Natale DVD (1979)
Also known as: The Man in the Santa Claus Suit DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Drama, Fantasy

Director: Corey Allen

Cast: Fred Astaire (as Costume Shop Proprietor / Chauffeur / Policeman / Cab Driver / Jeweler / Floor Walker / Choral Director / Santa Claus), Gary Burghoff (as Bob Willis), John Byner (as Stan Summerville), Bert Convy (as Gil Travis), Tara Buckman (as Polly Primer), Brooke Bundy (as Linda Travis), Eddie Barth (as Babyskin), Ron Feinberg (as Bruno Betinger), Nanette Fabray (as Dora Dayton), Harold Gould (as Dickie Dayton), Ray Vitte (as Eddie), Debbie Lytton (as Melissa), Pat Petersen (as Lance ), Danny Wells (as as Patrick Petersen), Carlo Imperato (as Chandler)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: The mysterious owner of a costume shop rents a Santa Claus suit to three very different men: a math teacher trying to get the nerve to propose, a homeless restaurateur trying to hide from the mob, and a harried political speech writer visiting with his estranged wife and son. Their lives are inexorably changed by their experience of playing Santa Claus.

La grande passione DVD (1951)
Also known as: House in the Square DVD (original title)

Country: UK

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Drama, Fantasy, Romance

Director: Roy Ward Baker

Cast: Tyrone Power (as Peter Standish), Ann Blyth (as Helen Pettigrew / Martha Forsyth), Michael Rennie (as Roger Forsyth), Dennis Price (as Tom Pettigrew), Kathleen Byron (as Duchess of Devonshire), Beatrice Campbell (as Kate Pettigrew), Raymond Huntley (as Mr. Throstle), Irene Browne (as Lady Anne Pettigrew), Ronald Adam (as Ronson , uncredited), Robert Atkins (as Dr. Samuel Johnson , uncredited), Felix Aylmer (as Sir William, the Physician , uncredited), Hamlyn Benson (as Magistrate , uncredited), Catherine Boyle (as Girl , uncredited), Richard Carrickford (as Bow Street Runner , uncredited), Jill Clifford (as Maid , uncredited), Arthur Denton (as Loonies' Driver , uncredited), Peter Drury (as Policeman , uncredited), Alec Finter (as Throstle's Coachman , uncredited), Tom Gill (as Macaroni , uncredited), Diane Hart (as Dolly , uncredited), Rose Howlett (as Woman , uncredited), Victor Maddern (as Geiger Man , uncredited), Alex McCrindle (as James Boswell , uncredited), Gibb McLaughlin (as Jacob , uncredited), Anthony Pelly (as Footman , uncredited), Ronald Simpson (as Sir Joshua Reynolds , uncredited), Michael Ward (as (uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: An American physicist, Peter Standish, lives in London in an inherited flat on Berkeley Square, unchanged from its 18th century appearance. He's researched his ancestors and the flat, and he believes somehow he will travel through time, if only briefly, to 1784. A lightning strike transports him, and he finds things disturbingly different than he expected...

The greenstone DVD (1980)
Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Adventure, Fantasy, Family, Short

Director(s): Kevin Irvine

Cast: Orson Welles (voice of Narrator), John Riley (as Older Sean), Joseph Cory (as Younger Sean), Nancy Pascoe (as Mother), Candace Hilligoss (as Lady in White), Nicholas Alexander (as Sigmund), Gary Kirk (as Sigfried), Steve Kaye (as Whistle), Jack Mauck (as Mike, The Overseer), Kathleen Irvine (as Morra), Michael Zacharia (as Lucan), William Harris (as Rider #1), Douglas Smith (as Rider #2), Donna Smith (as Rider #3), Debbie McNeely (as Rider #4), Chips McCallister (as Rider #5), Carol Sonheim (as Rider #6)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Gulliver nel paese di Lilliput DVD (1977)
Also known as: Gulliver's Travels DVD (original title)

Country: UK

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Fantasy, Adventure, Animation

Director: Peter R. Hunt

Cast: Richard Harris (as Gulliver), Catherine Schell (as Mary), Norman Shelley (as Father / animation voices), Meredith Edwards (as Uncle), Michael Bates (voice), Denise Bryer (voice), Julian Glover (voice), Stephen Jack (voice), Bessie Love (voice), Murray Melvin (voice), Nancy Nevinson (voice), Robert Rietty (voice), Vladek Sheybal (voice), Roger Snowden (voice), Bernard Spear (voice), Graham Stark (voice), David Prowse (as (uncredited), Rod Taylor (voice of Reldresal / King of Blefuscu , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plo: Part live-action and part-animated version of Gulliver's travels, especially his meeting with the tiny Lilliputians.

Gums DVD (1976)
Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy, Adult

Director(s): Robert J. Kaplan

Cast: Brother Theodore (as Captain Carl Clitoris), Terri Hall (as Mermaid), Robert Kerman (as Dr. Sy Smegma), Jody Maxwell (as Miss Mayhem), Crystal Sync (as Dora Coxswain), Paul Styles (as Sheriff Rooster Coxswain), Ian Morley (as Mayor Ike White), Mark Carvel (as Father Tim / Father Kevin), Zack Norman (as Norm Gingold), Edward Krane (as Lance Sterling), Ras Kean (as Deputy Dick), Michael Sullivan (as The Secret Weapon), Steve Kraus (as Brother Sam), Leroy (as Stable Inspector), Rick (as Paper Boy), Steve Corney (as Solitary Swimmer)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: A killer nympho mermaid with an oral fixation prowls the ocean waters, devouring - up to a point - any man unlucky enough to be swimming naked.

Harlequin DVD (1980)
Also known as: Dark Forces DVD (original title)

Country: Australia

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Thriller, Drama, Fantasy, Mystery

Director: Simon Wincer

Cast: Robert Powell (as Gregory Wolfe), David Hemmings (as Nick Rast), Carmen Duncan (as Sandra Rast), Broderick Crawford (as Doc Wheelan), Gus Mercurio (as Mr. Bergier), Alan Cassell (as Mr. Porter), Mark Spain (as Alex Rast), Alyson Best (as Alice), Sean Myers (as Benny Lucas), Mary Simpson (as Zoe Cayce), Bevan Lee (as Mr. Robinson), Neville Teede (as Dr. Barthelemy), Mary Mackay (as Miss Edith Twist), John Frawley (as Dr. Lovelock), Nita Pannell (as Mabel Wheelan), David Hough (as Mr. Jepson), Klaus Schultz (as Arthur), Peter West (as Godfrey), Maurie Ogden (as Prison Officer), Jack Ferrari (as Eli Steele), Jeremy Sims (as Young Boy on Raft), Toby Amoore (as Young Boy on Raft), Sebastian Hunsley (as Young Boy on Raft), Julia Moody (as Reporter), Leslie Wright (as Mayor), Adele Cohen (as Mayoress), Ramsay McLean (as Broadcaster)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A modern-day politician is faced with an incomprehensible in this mystical-fantasy. Senator Rast is a very powerful man. But his is nothing compared to the extraordinary power of the enigmatic stranger who mysteriously comes to "visit" him. Possessing uncanny magical prowess and miraculous psychic abilities, the peculiar, but seemingly benevolent, visitor quickly gains a spell-binding hold over the senator and his family. But a power-lusting political backer is also vying for control over the up-and-coming senator. And he would kill the influential stranger, without question, for that power. But he and the senator are about to be enlightened.

Harvey DVD (1950)
Also known as: Mein Freund Harvey DVD (German title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Fantasy, Drama, Comedy

Director: Henry Koster

Cast: James Stewart (as Elwood P. Dowd), Josephine Hull (as Veta Louise Simmons), Peggy Dow (as Miss Kelly), Charles Drake (as Dr. Sanderson), Cecil Kellaway (as Dr. Chumley), Victoria Horne (as Myrtle Mae Simmons), Jesse White (as Wilson), William H. Lynn (as Judge Gaffney), Wallace Ford (as The Taxi Driver), Nana Bryant (as Mrs. Hazel Chumley), Grayce Mills (as Mrs. Ethel Chauvenet), Clem Bevans (as Mr. Herman Shimelplatzer), Gino Corrado (as Eccentric Man , scenes deleted), Jack Curtis (as (scenes deleted), Ida Moore (as Mrs. McGiff , scenes deleted), Billy Wayne (as Man in Car , scenes deleted), Polly Bailey (as Mrs. Krausmeyer , uncredited), Don Brodie (as Mailman , uncredited), Aileen Carlyle (as Mrs. Tewksbury , uncredited), Sally Corner (as Mrs. Cummings , uncredited), Pat Flaherty (as Policeman , uncredited), Eula Guy (as Mrs. Johnson - Maid Who Quits , uncredited), Grayce Hampton (as Mrs. Strickleberger , uncredited), Harry Hines (as Mr. Meegles , uncredited), Norman Leavitt (as Henry Riley - Cab Driver , uncredited), Edwin Max (as First Bar Patron , uncredited), Anne O'Neal (as Dr. Schwartz's Nurse , uncredited), Fess Parker (as Voice of Leslie the Chauffeur , uncredited), Maudie Prickett (as Elvira the Cook , uncredited), Almira Sessions (as Mrs. Halsey , uncredited), Ruthelma Stevens (as Miss LaFay , uncredited), Leo Sulky (as (uncredited), Minerva Urecal (as Nurse Dunphy , uncredited), William Val (as Leslie, Chumley's Chauffeur , uncredited), Dick Wessel (as Mr. Cracker , uncredited), Sam Wolfe (as Mr. Minninger , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: The classic stage hit gets the Hollywood treatment in the story of Elwood P. Dowd who makes friends with a spirit taking the form of a human-sized rabbit named Harvey that only he sees (and a few privileged others on occasion also.) After his sister tries to commit him to a mental institution, a comedy of errors ensues. Elwood and Harvey become the catalysts for a family mending its wounds and for romance blossoming in unexpected places.

Herbie il maggiolino sempre più matto DVD (1974)
Also known as: Herbie Rides Again DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy, Family, Romance

Director: Robert Stevenson

Cast: Helen Hayes (as Mrs. Steinmetz), Ken Berry (as Willoughby Whitfield), Stefanie Powers (as Nicole), John McIntire (as Mr. Judson), Keenan Wynn (as Alonzo Hawk), Huntz Hall (as Judge), Ivor Barry (as Chauffeur), Dan Tobin (as Lawyer), Vito Scotti (as Taxi Driver), Raymond Bailey (as Lawyer), Liam Dunn (as Doctor), Elaine Devry (as Secretary), Chuck McCann (as Loostgarten), Richard X. Slattery (as Traffic Commissioner , as Richard X.Slattery: in closing credits), Hank Jones (as Sir Lancelot), Rod McCary (as Red Knight), Don Pedro Colley (as Barnstorff), Larry J. Blake (as Police Officer), Iggie Wolfington (as Lawyer-Second Team), Jack Manning (as Lawyer-First Team), Hal Baylor (as Demolition Truck Driver), Herb Vigran (as Window washer), James Almanzar, Candy Candido, Edward Ashley (as Announcer at Chicken Race), Beverly Carter (as Chicken Run Queen), Norman Grabowski (as Security Guard #2), Hal Williams, Irwin Charone (as Lawyer-Second Team), Gail Bonney (as Rich Woman in Mansion), Burt Mustin (as Rich Man in Mansion), John Myhers (as Announcer at San Francisco's Office of the President), John Stephenson (as Lawyer-Second Team), Robert Carson (as Lawyer-First Team), Arthur Space (as Beach Caretaker), John Hubbard (as Angry Chauffeur), Fritz Feld (as Maître d'), Alvy Moore (as Angry Taxi Driver), Karl Lukas (as Angry Construction Worker), Paul Micale (as Fisherman's Wharf Waiter), John Zaremba (as Lawyer-First Team), Alan Carney (as Judge with Cigar at Chicken Run), Ken Sansom (as Lawyer-First Team), Maurice Marsac (as French Waiter), Martin Braddock, Spencer Chan (as Man at Building Presentation , uncredited), Herbie The Love Bug (as Itself , uncredited), Dorothy Konrad (as Angry Woman in Crowd , uncredited), David Mooney (as Young Man Surfing , uncredited), Joseph V. Perry (as First Cab Driver , uncredited), Lomax Study (as Waiter With Cake , uncredited), Arthur Tovey (as Man at Party , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Herbie sbarca in Messico DVD (1980)
Also known as: Herbie Goes Bananas DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Adventure, Fantasy, Family

Director: Vincent McEveety

Cast: Cloris Leachman (as Aunt Louise), Charles Martin Smith (as D.J.), John Vernon (as Prindle), Stephen W. Burns (as Pete), Elyssa Davalos (as Melissa), Joaquin Garay III (as Paco), Harvey Korman (as Captain Blythe), Richard Jaeckel (as Shepard), Alex Rocco (as Quinn), Fritz Feld (as Chief Steward), Vito Scotti (as Armando Moccia), Jose Gonzales-Gonzales (as Garage Owner), Ruben Moreno (as Store Owner), Tina Menard (as Store Owner's Wife), Jorge Moreno (as Bus Driver), Allan Hunt (as Canal Operator #1), Tom Scott (as Canal Operator #2), Hector Morales (as Mexican General), Iris Adrian (as Loud American Wife), Ceil Cabot (as Mrs. Purkiss), Pat Van Patten (as Cigarette Guest), Jack Perkins (as Loud American), Henry Slate (as Off-Watch Officer), Ernie Fuentes (as Native), Antonio Trevino (as Pigeon Owner), Dante D'Andre (as Dr. De Moraes), Alma Beltran (as General's Wife), Dolores Aguirre (as General's Daughter #1), Aurora Coria (as General's Daughter #2), Alex Tinne (as Local #1), Don Diamond (as Local #2), Warde Donovan (as Maitre d'), Ray Victor (as Guard Attendant), Bert Santos (as Policeman #3), Buddy Joe Hooker (as Chef), Steve Boyum (as Panama Policeman), Kenny Endoso (as Mexican Policeman), Mario Cisneros (as Puerto Vallarta Policeman), Jeff Ramsey (as The Matador), John Meier (as Ship's Officer), Alejandro Alemán (as Kid in bus , uncredited), Raúl Gómez (as Jeep Driver , uncredited), Herbie The Love Bug (as Itself , uncredited), Gloria O'Brien (as (singing voice, uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Histórias Que Nossas Babás Não Contavam DVD (1979)
Country: Brazil

Spoken Languages: Portuguese

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy, Sexy

Director(s): Oswaldo de Oliveira

Cast: Adele Fátima (as Clara das Neves), Costinha (as Caçador), Meiry Vieira (as Rainha), Dênis Derkian (as Príncipe), Xandó Batista (as Rei), Sérgio Hingst (as Ministro), Teobaldo (as Conde), Lino Sérgio, Satã, Felipe Levy, Castor Guerra, Quinzinho, Litho, Zezinho, Paulinho, Zequinha, João Grandão, Dilim Costa, Renato Pedrosa (voice), Helena Samara (voice of Rainha , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Once upon a time there was a conceited and unfaithful Queen that frequently consults her magic mirror to learn if there is anyone prettier than she. When her husband the King passes away, the Queen believes that her lover the Prince will marry her. However, the Prince meets the virgin Clara das Neves and shags her in the woods; then he tells the Queen that he wants to marry her stepdaughter. The jealous Queen hires the Hunter to shag Clara das Neves and execute her. However he lets her go and Clara das Neves meets the seven dwarfs and she moves to their house. Only the dwarf Nervous, who is gay, does not have sex with Clara das Neves. The six dwarfs and Clara das Neves are happy with their lives; when the Prince finds Clara das Neves, she prefers to stay with the six dwarfs, but the Prince brings Nervous with him in his horse.

Ho fatto splash DVD (1980)
Also known as: I Made a Splash DVD (Englishl title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy

Director: Maurizio Nichetti

Cast: Maurizio Nichetti (as Maurizio), Angela Finocchiaro (as Angela), Luisa Morandini (as Luisa), Carlina Torta (as Carlina), Daniel Bongiovanni (as Figlio di Mimì), Flavio Bonacci (as Fotografo), Walter Valdi (as Rapinatore), Enzo Radicchio (as Pubblicitario), Lyall Crawford (as Regista inglese), Ugo Bologna (as Cliente), Massimo Sacilotto (as Sposo), Renato Moretti (as Prete), Ruggero Dondi (as Cameriere), Pier Medini (as Cameriere), Riccardo Peroni (as Cameriere), Osvaldo Salvi (as Cameriere), Elio Veller (as Cameriere), Gianfranco Mauri (as Custode del teatro), Corrado Lojacono (as Pompiere), Maise Flach (as Maise), Giulia Lazzarini (as Ariel), Dante Martini (as Industriale), Franco Barbero (as Uomo nel flashback), Massimo Buscemi, Giorgio Caldarelli, Lou Contreras, Patrizia Costa, Mirella Falco (as Vecchietta in chiesa), Salvatore Landolina, Luis Molteni (as Uomo basso al ricevimento), Daniele Palmieri, Pier Luigi Pelitti, Tullia Piredda, Lino Robi, Edmondo Sannazzaro, Guido Spadea (as Uomo al provino), Franca Viglione, Giorgio White

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Three girls share a flat in Milano in the '80s. Luisa is a beginner actress dreaming about a career in the show business, Angela is university student and Carlina a part-time teacher. One day Maurizio go to visit them. Maurizio is fallen asleep in front of television when he was six years old and woke up just since few days after twenty! He doesn't speak at all and obviously he is very strange. The life of the three girls will change turning into a surreal experience.

Ho sposato una strega DVD (1942)
Also known as: I Married a Witch DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy, Romance

Director: René Clair

Cast: Fredric March (as Jonathan Wooley / Nathaniel Wooley / Samuel Wooley / Wallace Wooley), Veronica Lake (as Jennifer), Robert Benchley (as Dr. Dudley White), Susan Hayward (as Estelle Masterson), Cecil Kellaway (as Daniel), Elizabeth Patterson (as Margaret), Robert Warwick (as J.B. Masterson), Georgia Backus (as Older Woman , uncredited), Charles Bates (as Wooley's Son , uncredited), Brooks Benedict (as Country Club Extra , uncredited), Billy Bevan (as Puritan Vendor , uncredited), Marie Blake (as Purity Sykes , uncredited), Billy Bletcher (as Photographer , uncredited), Monte Blue (as Doorman , uncredited), Wade Boteler (as Policeman Arresting Daniel , uncredited), Aldrich Bowker (as Justice of the Peace , uncredited), Al Bridge (as Second Prison Guard , uncredited), Ann Carter (as Jennifer Wooley, Wooley's Daughter , uncredited), Nora Cecil (as Harriet Wooley , uncredited), Eddy Chandler (as Motorcycle Cop , uncredited), Chester Conklin (as Party Bartender , uncredited), Georgie Cooper (as Wedding Guest , uncredited), Gino Corrado (as Onlooker in Crowd , uncredited), Gordon De Main (as Man with Masterson on radio , uncredited), Emma Dunn (as Wife of Justice of the Peace , uncredited), Ralph Dunn (as First Prison Guard , uncredited), Frank Elliott (as Magistrate , uncredited), Franklyn Farnum (as Country Club Extra / Man at Fire , uncredited), Mary Field (as Nancy Wooley , uncredited), Bess Flowers (as Matron of Honor , uncredited), Jack Gardner (as Radio Voice , uncredited), Florence Gill (as Woman Playing Chess , uncredited), Robert Greig (as Town Crier , uncredited), George Guhl (as Fred, Cop , uncredited), William Haade (as Policeman at Ambulance , uncredited), Reed Hadley (as Young Man , uncredited), Oscar 'Dutch' Hendrian (as Tom, Bartender , uncredited), Robert Homans (as Fire Chief , uncredited), Esther Howard (as Extra , uncredited), Arthur Stuart Hull (as Wedding Guest , uncredited), Donivee Lee (as Girl , uncredited), Peter Leeds (as Ambulance Attendant , uncredited), Jack Luden (as Ambulance Driver , uncredited), Eily Malyon (as Tabitha Wooley , uncredited), Renny McEvoy (as Bellboy , uncredited), David McKim (as Newsboy , uncredited), James Millican (as Wedding Guest , uncredited), Frank Mills (as Joe, Cab Driver , uncredited), Charles R. Moore (as Rufus, Samuel's Servant , uncredited), Viola Moore (as Martha , uncredited), Edmund Mortimer (as Wedding Guest , uncredited), Emory Parnell (as Allen, Hotel Owner , uncredited), Ralph Peters (as Second Prisoner , uncredited), Gerald Pierce (as Newsboy , uncredited), Mickey Rentschler (as Boy at Country Club , uncredited), Cyril Ring (as Country Club Extra , uncredited), Ronald R. Rondell (as Country Club Extra / Wedding Guest , uncredited), Kathryn Sheldon (as Elderly Wife , uncredited), Ernest Shields (as Waiter , uncredited), Lee Shumway (as Fireman , uncredited), Helen St. Rayner (as Singer at Wedding , uncredited), Bert Stevens (as Country Club Extra , uncredited), Harry Tyler (as First Prisoner , uncredited), Dan White (as Fireman , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

L'homme à l'oreille cassée DVD (1960)
Country: France

Spoken Languages: French

Genre(s): Fantasy

Director(s): Vicky Ivernel

Cast: Maurice Chevit, Denise Gence, Olivier Hussenot, Claude Joseph, René-Louis Lafforgue, Christiane Lasquin, Jacques Mancier, Jacques Marin, André Numès Fils, Lucien Raimbourg, Robert Vattier, François Vibert

Medium: DVD R/RW

I'm magic DVD (1978)
Also known as: The Wiz DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Adventure, Fantasy, Family, Musical

Director: Sidney Lumet

Cast: Diana Ross (as Dorothy), Michael Jackson (as Scarecrow), Nipsey Russell (as Tinman), Ted Ross (as Lion / Fleetwood Coupe de Ville), Mabel King (as Evillene), Theresa Merritt (as Aunt Em), Thelma Carpenter (as Miss One), Lena Horne (as Glinda the Good), Richard Pryor (as The Wiz, Herman Smith), Stanley Greene (as Uncle Henry), Clyde J. Barrett (as Subway Peddler), Derrick Bell (as The Four Crows), Roderick-Spencer Sibert (as The Four Crows), Kashka Banjoko (as The Four Crows), Ronald 'Smokey' Stevens (as The Four Crows), Tony Brealord (as Gold Footman), Joe Lynn (as Gold Footman), Clinton Jackson (as Green Footman), Charles Rodriguez (as Green Footman), Carlton Johnson (as Head Winkie), Ted Williams (as Munchkin #1), Mabel Robinson (as Munchkin #2 / The Wiz Singers Adult Choir), Damon Pearce (as Munchkin #3), Donna Patrice Ingram (as Munchkin #4), Harry Madsen (as Cheetah, Head of the Flying Monkeys), Glory Van Scott (as Rolls Royce Lady), Vicki Baltimore (as Green Lady), Carlos Cleveland (as Aunt Em's Party), Mariann Aalda (as Aunt Em's Party), Aaron Boddie (as Aunt Em's Party), Gay Faulkner (as Guest at Aunt Emma's Party), Ted Butler (as Aunt Em's Party), T.B. Skinner (as Aunt Em's Party), Jamie Perry (as Aunt Em's Party), Daphne McWilliams (as Aunt Em's Party), H. Douglas Berring (as Aunt Em's Party), James Shaw (as Aunt Em's Party), Johnny Brown (as Aunt Em's Party), Gyle Waddy (as Aunt Em's Party), Dorothi Fox (as Aunt Em's Party), Frances Salisbury (as Aunt Em's Party), Beatrice Dunmore (as Aunt Em's Party), Traci Core (as Aunt Em's Party), Donald King (as Aunt Em's Party), Claude Brooks (as Aunt Em's Party), Billie Allen (as Aunt Em's Party), Willie C. Carpenter (as Aunt Em's Party), Denice Dejon (as Aunt Em's Party), Kevin Stockton (as Aunt Em's Party), Alvin Alexis (as Aunt Em's Party), Adrienne Albert (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Alfa K. Anderson (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Joshie Armstead (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Patti Austin (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir / The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Clare Janice Bathe (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Claude Brooke (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir , uncredited), Eric Butler (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Tom Bähler (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Vivian Cherry (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir / The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Kacey Cisyk (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Steve Clayton (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Kay Coleman (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Charles Collins (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Jenny Cooke (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir , uncredited), T.J. Cooke (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir , uncredited), Ron Dante (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Billy Davis (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Darrell Davis (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir , uncredited), Jules S. Davis (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir , uncredited), Sharon Davis (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir , uncredited), Christopher Dean (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), William Eaton (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Melvin W. Edmondson (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Camille Farrell (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir , uncredited), Mike Farrell (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir , uncredited), Steve Feldman (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Roberta Flack (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Bobby Floyd (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir / The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Frank Floyd (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir / The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Antonia French (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir , uncredited), Arthur French (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir , uncredited), Nancy Gilliam (as Vocalist , uncredited), Robin Givens (as Guest at Aunt Emma's Party , uncredited), Bryon Gray (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir , uncredited), Diva Gray (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Mike Gray (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Milt Grayson (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Gordon Grody (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Lani Groves (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir , uncredited), Gwen Guthrie (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir / The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Susan Hamilton (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Julio Herrara (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir , uncredited), Jake Holmes (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Cissy Houston (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Rhetta Hughes (voice of The Wiz Singers Adult Choir , uncredited), Petra Johnson (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir , uncredited), Martina Jones (voice of The Wiz Singers Children's Choir , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Images DVD (1972)
Also known as: Images DVD (original title)

Country: UK

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Horror, Drama, Fantasy

Director: Robert Altman

Cast: Susannah York (as Cathryn), Rene Auberjonois (as Hugh), Marcel Bozzuffi (as Rene), Hugh Millais (as Marcel), Cathryn Harrison (as Susannah), John Morley (as Old Man), Barbara Baxley (as Voice on telephone , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Like Polanski's heroine in Repulsion, Susannah York's character is one that is seemingly haunted by memories of undisclosed magnitude. These memories are perhaps rooted in some sort of past sexual turmoil that causes York's character to see men as inherently the same.

L'immagine allo specchio DVD (1975)
Also known as: Ansikte mot ansikte DVD (original title)

Country: Sweden

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Fantasy

Director: Ingmar Bergman

Cast: Liv Ullmann (as Dr. Jenny Isaksson), Erland Josephson (as Dr. Tomas Jacobi), Aino Taube (as The Grandmother), Gunnar Björnstrand (as The Grandfather), Kristina Adolphson (as Nurse Veronica), Marianne Aminoff (as Jenny's Mother), Gösta Ekman (as Mikael Strömberg), Helene Friberg (as Anna, Jenny's Daughter), Ulf Johansson (as Helmuth Wankel), Sven Lindberg (as Jenny's Husband), Jan-Eric Lindquist (as Jenny's Father), Birger Malmsten (as Rapist), Sif Ruud (as Elisabeth Wankel), Göran Stangertz (as Rapist), Mona Andersson (as Patient), Bengt Eklund (as Ludde), Donya Feuer (as Patient), Lena Olin (as Shop Assistant), Rebecca Pawlo (as Shop Assistant), Tore Segelcke (as The Woman), Kari Sylwan (as Maria Jacobi)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A sensitive exploration of the tragic irony of the psychiatrist suffering with mental illness. Dr. Jenny Isaksson is a psychiatrist married to another psychiatrist; both are successful in their jobs but slowly, agonizingly, she succumbs to a breakdown. Jenny is haunted by images and emotions from her past and eventually cannot function, either as a wife, a doctor or as an individual.

L'immortale DVD (1963)
Also known as: L'immortelle DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Fantasy

Director: Alain Robbe-Grillet

Cast: Françoise Brion (as L, the Woman), Jacques Doniol-Valcroze (as N, The Man), Guido Celano (as M, the Stranger), Sezer Sezin (as Turkish Woman), Ulvi Uraz (as Antique Dealer), Belkis Mutlu (as Servant), Catherine Blisson

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A sad man meets a beautiful, secretive woman who may or may not be involved in some conspiracy ring dealing in kidnapped women used as prostitutes. After several days of their sadly passionate relationship she disappears. The sad man is unable to locate her as all the local Turkish people pretend not to remember any such woman. He suddenly finds her again (she finds him?) and before she can explain her disappearance she is killed in a car crash while he is in the passenger seat. He replays the accident over and over in his mind trying to remember how she died if he caused the accident himself by grabbing the wheel.

L'imperatore della città d'oro DVD (1952)
Also known as: Císaruv pekar DVD (original title)

Country: Czechoslovakia

Spoken Languages: Czech

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy

Director: Martin Fric

Cast: Jan Werich (as Rudolf II / pekar Matej), Marie Vásová (as Countess Katharina Strada), Natasa Gollová (as Katerina aka Sirael), Bohus Záhorský (as Lang, komorí), Jirí Plachý (as Edward Kelley), Zdenek Stepánek (as Rusworm, marsál), Frantisek Filipovský (as Court astrologer), Frantisek Cerný (as Scotta), Václav Trégl (as Emperor's servant), Vladimír Leraus (as Hungarian delegate), Milos Nedbal (as Court doctor), Bohus Hradil (as Tycho de Brahe), Frantisek Holar (as Commander of guard), Vladimír Repa (as Majitel pekárny), Lubomír Lipský (as Alchymista), Theodor Pistek (as Portreeve), Bohumil Bezouska (as Hans Von Aachen - painter), Felix Le Breux (as Bourgeois delegation), Josef Kemr (as Alchemist breaking atom lead), Fanda Mrázek (as Halberdier), Ota Motycka (as Písar), Miroslav Svoboda (as Master of Ceremonies), Jan S. Kolár (as Alchemist 1), Milos Kopecký (as Alchemist 2), Eliska Kucharová (as Gardener), Josef Hlinomaz (as Journeyman), Alois Dvorský (as Man before bakery), Jana Werichová (as Girl 1), Eva Jirousková (as Girl 2), Gustav Hrdlicka (as Barbier 1), Frantisek Miroslav Doubrava (as Barbier 2), Marie Nademlejnská (as Women before bakery), Vladimír Svitácek (as Juggler), Ladislav Rychman (as Man with a writing desk), Vera Chytilová (as Maid-in-waiting 1), Anna Pitasová (as Maid-in-waiting 2), Jaroslav Vlk (as Stripling), Antonín Soukup (as Baker), Václav Svec (as Servant), Antonín Jirsa (as Doctor's assistant), Martin Raus (as Servant with vase), Emanuel Kovarík (as Chamberlain)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Rudolph II, the Holy Roman Emperor, does not have a simple life. And yet he manages to complicate it even more with his frequent outbursts of anger. While he searches for a mythical Golem, an animated clay statue, Matthew the Baker is thrown into the dungeon for selling the special buns for the emperor to people. Matthew is accidentally mistaken for the emperor and takes his place. And when the Golem is finally found, it will complicate things beyond comprehension...

L'inafferrabile Signor Jordan DVD (1941)
Also known as: Here Comes Mr. Jordan DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy, Romance

Director: Alexander Hall

Cast: Robert Montgomery (as Joe Pendleton), Evelyn Keyes (as Bette Logan), Claude Rains (as Mr.Jordan), Rita Johnson (as Julia Farnsworth), Edward Everett Horton (as Messenger 7013), James Gleason (as Max Corkle), John Emery (as Tony Abbott), Donald MacBride (as Inspector Williams), Don Costello (as Lefty), Halliwell Hobbes (as Sisk), Benny Rubin (as Bugs), Lloyd Bridges (as Sloan - Co-pilot of Plane #22 , uncredited), Eddie Bruce (as Reporter , uncredited), James Carlisle (as Board Member , uncredited), Ken Christy (as Chuck - Plainclothesman , uncredited), Chester Conklin (as Newsboy , uncredited), Heinie Conklin (as Reporter , uncredited), Joe Conti (as Newsboy , uncredited), Maurice Costello (as Ringsider at Fight , uncredited), Joseph Crehan (as Doctor , uncredited), Mary Currier (as Secretary , uncredited), Billy Dawson (as Johnny - Young Fan , uncredited), Edmund Elton (as Elderly Man , uncredited), William Forrest (as Reporter , uncredited), Tom Hanlon (as Fight Announcer , uncredited), Joe Hickey (as Lou Gilbert - Fighter , uncredited), John Ince (as Bill Collector , uncredited), Selmer Jackson (as Board Member , uncredited), John Kerns (as Sparring Partner , uncredited), Bobby Larson (as Chips , uncredited), Carl M. Leviness (as Board Member , uncredited), Max Linder (as Board Member , uncredited), Philo McCullough (as Board Member , uncredited), William Newell (as Murdoch Handler , uncredited), Gerald Pierce (as Newsboy , uncredited), Cyril Ring (as Board Member , uncredited), John Rogers (as Escort , uncredited), Abe Roth (as Referee , uncredited), Scott Seaton (as Board Member , uncredited), Charles Seel (as Board Member , uncredited), Larry Wheat (as Board Member , uncredited), Douglas Wood (as Board Member , uncredited), Bert Young (as Taxi Driver , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Boxer Joe Pendleton, flying to his next fight, crashes...because a Heavenly Messenger, new on the job, snatched Joe's spirit prematurely from his body. Before the matter can be rectified, Joe's body is cremated; so the celestial Mr. Jordan grants him the use of the body of wealthy Bruce Farnsworth, who's just been murdered by his wife. Joe tries to remake Farnsworth's unworthy life in his own clean-cut image, but then falls in love; and what about that murderous wife?

Incontro sotto la pioggia DVD (1956)
Also known as: Miracle in the Rain DVD (original title)

Country: USA,

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Fantasy, Romance

Director(s): Rudolph Maté

Cast: Jane Wyman (as Ruth Wood), Van Johnson (as Pvt. Arthur 'Art' Hugenon), Peggie Castle (as Millie Kranz), Fred Clark (as Steven Jalonik), Eileen Heckart (as Grace Ullman), Josephine Hutchinson (as Agnes Wood), William Gargan (as Harry Wood), Marcel Dalio (as Marcel, Waiter), George Givot (as Headwaiter), Barbara Nichols (as Arlene Parker nee Witchy), Halliwell Hobbes (as Ely B. 'Windy' Windgate), Paul Picerni (as Priest), Alan King (as Sgt. Gilbert 'Gil' Parker), Irene Seidner (as Mrs. Hamer), Arte Johnson (as Monty), Marian Holmes (as Mrs. Rickles), Minerva Urecal (as Mrs. Canelli), Chalo Alvarado (as Italian Count , uncredited), Roxanne Arlen (as Cathy Wicklow , uncredited), Malcolm Atterbury (as Special Delivery Man , uncredited), James Conaty (as Newsman at Desk , uncredited), John Connoughton (as Altar Boy , uncredited), Diana Dawson (as Young Woman , uncredited), Anna Dewey (as Elderly Woman , uncredited), Darlene Fields (as Count's Girlfriend , uncredited), Harry Harvey Jr. (as Boy in New York Times Office , uncredited), Charles Anthony Hughes (as 55 Year Old Man , uncredited), Walter Kingson (as Narrator , uncredited), Jess Kirkpatrick (as Andy, the Bartender , uncredited), Mike Lally (as Antique Store Clerk , uncredited), Jack Lomas (as Assistant Auctioneer , uncredited), Lucita (as Accordionist , uncredited), Peter Mamakos (as Headwaiter , uncredited), Paul Maxey (as Stout Man , uncredited), Charles Meredith (as Mr. Baldwin's Associate , uncredited), Allen Ray (as Middle Aged Man , uncredited), Grandon Rhodes (as Mr. Baldwin, City Editor , uncredited), Frank J. Scannell (as Auctioneer , uncredited), Norbert Schiller (as Dr. Zero , uncredited), Paul Smith (as Dixie Dooley , uncredited), Hal Taggart (as Street Extra , uncredited), Arthur Tovey (as Man at Auction , uncredited), Michael Vallon (as Italian Flower Vendor , uncredited), Glen Vernon (as Master of Ceremonies , uncredited), Ray Walker (as Mr. McGuire, Salesman , uncredited), Tom Wilson (as Auction Extra , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW,

Plot: A fanciful, O. Henryesque tale set in New York City during World War II. A shy, lonely woman and a dashing soldier from Tennessee meet in the rain late one afternoon, and end up falling in love. But Fate threatens to come between them.

L'incredibile signor Blunden DVD (1972)
Also known as: The Amazing Mr. Blunden DVD (original title)

Country: UK

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Fantasy, Family, Mystery

Director(s): Lionel Jeffries

Cast: Graham Crowden (as Mr. Clutterbuck), Dorothy Alison (as Mrs. Allen), Benjamin Smith (as Benjamin), Stuart Lock (as Thomas), Deddie Davies (as Meakin, Mrs. Wickens' Servant), David Lodge (as Mr. Wickens), Madeline Smith (as Bella), James Villiers (as Uncle Bertie), Diana Dors (as Mrs. Wickens the Housekeeper), Rosalyn Landor (as Sara Latimer), Marc Granger (as Georgie Latimer), Garry Miller (as Jamie Allen), Lynne Frederick (as Lucy Allen), Laurence Naismith (as Mr. Blunden), Erik Chitty (as Mr. Claverton), Reg Lye (as Sexton), Paul Eddington (as Vicar), Aimée Delamain (as Elsie Tucker), Paddy Ward (as Bus Driver)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A mysterious, very old solicitor Mr. Blunden visits Mrs. Allen and her young children in her squalid, tiny Camden Town flat and makes her an offer she cannot refuse. The family become the housekeepers to a derelict country mansion in the charge of the solicitors. One day the children meet the spirits of two other children who died in the mansion nearly a hundred years previously. The children prepare a magic potion that allows them to travel backwards in time to the era of the ghost children. Will the children be able to help their new friends and what will happen to them if they do??

L'infernale avventura DVD (1946)
Also known as: Angel on My Shoulder DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy, Romance

Director(s): Archie Mayo

Cast: Paul Muni (as Eddie Kagle / Judge Frederick Parker), Anne Baxter (as Barbara Foster), Claude Rains (as Nick), Onslow Stevens (as Dr. Matt Higgins), George Cleveland (as Albert), Erskine Sanford (as Minister), Marion Martin (as Mrs. Bentley), Hardie Albright (as Smiley Williams), James Flavin (as Bellamy), Sam Ash (as Citizen , uncredited), Joan Blair (as Brazen Girl in Hell , uncredited), Chet Brandenburg (as Man in Audience , uncredited), James Carlisle (as Citizen , uncredited), Maurice Cass (as Lucius , uncredited), Chester Clute (as Kramer , uncredited), James Dime (as Guard of Stokers in Hell , uncredited), Mike Donovan (as Court Bailiff , uncredited), Jimmie Dundee (as Gangster , uncredited), Eddie Dunn (as Motorcycle Cop , uncredited), Joel Friedkin (as Malvola , uncredited), Curt Furburg (as Angry Citizen , uncredited), Sol Gorss (as Gangster , uncredited), Jonathan Hale (as Citizens for Better Government Chairman , uncredited), Noble Johnson (as Trustee in Hell , uncredited), Kurt Katch (as Warden in Hell , uncredited), Edward Keane (as Prison Yard Captain , uncredited), Kenner G. Kemp (as Lawyer at Table , uncredited), Connie Laird (as Girl , uncredited), Mike Lally (as Gangster , uncredited), Fritz Leiber (as Chemist Who Poisoned Wife , uncredited), Carl M. Leviness (as Citizen , uncredited), Wilbur Mack (as Lawyer's Aide , uncredited), George Meeker (as Mr. Bentley , uncredited), Harold Miller (as Lawyer's Aide , uncredited), Georgie Nokes (as Boy at Political Rally , uncredited), William H. O'Brien (as Court Spectator , uncredited), Bob O'Connor (as Court Spectator , uncredited), Sarah Padden (as Agatha , uncredited), Joe Ploski (as Man in Audience , uncredited), Addison Richards (as Big Harry , uncredited), Frank J. Scannell (as Taxi Driver , uncredited), Lee Shumway (as Bailiff , uncredited), Ray Spiker (as Guard in Hell , uncredited), Duke Taylor (as Gangster , uncredited), Jack Tornek (as Man in Audience , uncredited), Arthur Tovey (as Court Spectator , uncredited), Archie Twitchell (as Police Sergeant , uncredited), James Van Trees (as Minor Role , uncredited), Ben Welden (as Shaggsy , uncredited), Russ Whiteman (as Intern , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Gangster Eddie Kagel is killed by a trusted lieutenant and finds himself in Harry Redmond Jr's special-effects Hell, where Nick/The Devil sees that he is an-exact double for a judge who Nick doesn't approve of. Eddie is agreeable to having his soul transferred to the judge's body, as it will give him a chance to avenge himself on his killer. But every action taken by Eddie (as the judge) results in good rather than evil and, to Nick's dismay, the reputation and influence of the judge is enhanced, rather than impaired by Eddie. And Eddie also falls in love with the judge's fiancée, Barbara. Even Eddie's planned revenge fails and Nick is forced to concede defeat. He returns to Hell, taking Eddie with him, after Eddie has extracted his promise that Nick will not molest the judge or Barbara in the future.

L'inferno ci accusa DVD (1957)
Also known as: The Story of Mankind DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Drama, Sci-Fi, Fantasy

Director(s): Irwin Allen

Cast: Ronald Colman (as The Spirit of Man), Hedy Lamarr (as Joan of Arc), Groucho Marx (as Peter Minuit), Harpo Marx (as Sir Isaac Newton), Chico Marx (as Monk), Virginia Mayo (as Cleopatra), Agnes Moorehead (as Queen Elizabeth I), Vincent Price (as The Devil), Peter Lorre (as Nero), Charles Coburn (as Hippocrates), Cedric Hardwicke (as High Judge), Cesar Romero (as Spanish Envoy), John Carradine (as Khufu), Dennis Hopper (as Napoleon Bonaparte), Marie Wilson (as Marie Antoinette), Helmut Dantine (as Marc Antony), Edward Everett Horton (as Sir Walter Raleigh), Reginald Gardiner (as William Shakespeare), Marie Windsor (as Josephine Bonaparte), George E. Stone (as Waiter), Cathy O'Donnell (as Early Christian Woman), Franklin Pangborn (as Marquis de Varennes), Melville Cooper (as Major Domo), Henry Daniell (as Pierre Cauchon - Bishop of Beauvais), Francis X. Bushman (as Moses), Jim Ameche (as Alexander Graham Bell), David Bond (as Early Christian), Nick Cravat (as Devil's Apprentice), Dani Crayne (as Helen of Troy), Richard H. Cutting (as Court Attendant), Anthony Dexter (as Christopher Columbus), Toni Gerry (as Wife), Austin Green (as Abraham Lincoln), Eden Hartford (as Laughing Water), Alexander Lockwood (as Promoter), Melinda Marx (as Early Christian Child), Bart Mattson (as Cleopatra's Brother), Don Megowan (as Early Man), Marvin Miller (as Armana), Nancy Miller (as Early Woman), Leonard Mudie (as Chief Inquisitor), Burt Nelson (as Second Early Man), Tudor Owen (as High Tribunal Clerk), Ziva Rodann (as Egyptian Concubine), Harry Ruby (as Indian Brave), William Schallert (as Earl of Warwick), Reginald Sheffield (as Julius Caesar), Abraham Sofaer (as Indian Chief), Bobby Watson (as Adolf Hitler), Creighton Hale (as Heavenly Judge , uncredited), Sam Harris (as Nobleman in Queen Elizabeth's Court , uncredited), Jack Henderson (as Heavenly Judge , uncredited), Fred Kelsey (as Cardinal , uncredited), Paul Kruger (as Pharaoh's Guard , uncredited), Cherokee Landrum (as Indian , uncredited), Angelo Rossitto (as Dwarf in Nero's Court , uncredited), Sailor Vincent (as Trial Spectator , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: The council of elders of outer space is deliberating on a very important subject: Must mankind be allowed to survive, or is it so esentially evil that it must be destroyed? A devil and an angel act as prosecutor and defense for the human race, and the movie presents in a very interesting way a series of episodes of the human history. What will be the final veredict? Innocent, or Guilty?

L'inferno può attendere DVD (1980)
Also known as: Angel on My Shoulder DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Fantasy

Director(s): John Berry

Cast: Peter Strauss (as Eddie Kagel), Richard Kiley (as Nick), Barbara Hershey (as Julie), Janis Paige (as Dolly Blaine), Seymour Cassel (as Smiley Mitchell), Scott Colomby (as Tony), Peter MacLean (as Gregg Harlowe), Billy Jayne (as Joe Navotny), Douglas Dirkson (as Nick's Aide), Ann Newman-Mantee (as Diana), Murray Matheson (as The Stranger), Terry Alexander (as Luke), Frank Campanella (as Gino Ciannelli), Anne Seymour (as Mrs. Martin), Charles Cooper (as Matt), Janis Hansen (as Cissy), Peter Jason, James O'Connell, McKee Anderson, Harry Caesar, Victor Rogers, Phillip Simms, Joanne Horne, Shepherd Sanders, Simmy Bow, Michael Goldfinger, John Alderman, Art Aragon, Joe Mays, Susan Barnes, Gordon Hanson, Mary Armstrong, Joe Tornatore, Harrison Baker

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Criminal dies and goes to hell, and is given one last chance to redeem himself by helping a respected judge.

Intolleranza: Simon del deserto DVD (1965)
Also known as: Simon del desierto DVD (original title)

Country: Mexico

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy, Fantasy, Short

Director(s): Luis Buñuel

Cast: Claudio Brook (as Simón), Silvia Pinal (as The Devil), Enrique Álvarez Félix (as Brother Matías), Hortensia Santoveña (as The Mother), Francisco Reiguera (as The Devil as an Old Witch), Luis Aceves Castañeda (as Priest), Enrique García Álvarez, Antonio Bravo (as Priest), Enrique del Castillo (as The Mutilated One), Eduardo MacGregor, Jesús Fernández (as Dwarf Goatherd , uncredited), Glauber Rocha (as (uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Simon, a deeply religious man living in the 4th century, wants to be nearer to God so he climbs a column. The Devil wants him come down to Earth and is trying to seduce him.


Io piaccio DVD (1955)
Also known as: La via del successo con le donne DVD (alternative title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy

Director(s): Giorgio Bianchi

Cast: Walter Chiari (as Professor Roberto Maldi), Aldo Fabrizi (as Giuseppe Tassinetti), Peppino De Filippo (as Nicolino), Dorian Gray (as Doriana Paris), Bianca Maria Fusari (as Sandra, assistente di Maldi), Sandra Mondaini (as The Harassing Woman at Theatre), Tina Pica (as Sibilla), Mario Carotenuto (as Marassino), Riccardo Billi (as The Husband of the Harassing Woman), Natale Cirino (as The Factory Watchman), Anna Maria Moreno, Bruno Corelli (as The Stage Manager), Cristina Pall (as Marassino's Wife), Anita Donà (as Marga), Dina Perbellini, Valeria Fabrizi (as The Cloakroom Attendant at Theatre), Marika Rowsky (as Nightclub Hostess), Enrico Glori (as The Nightclub Waiter), Lina Volonghi (as Lucia), Battistoni (as (uncredited), Rosanna Fabrizi (as (uncredited), Erminio Spalla (as Man who abducts Roberto Maldi , uncredited), Darix Togni (as Girolamo , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Roberto Maldi, a young scientist, is trying to find a serum capable of giving courage but he unwittingly invents a serum which transforms any man in a womanizer. His boss scents a good business and wants to produce the serum on industrial basis, but Roberto does not agree.

Io ti amo DVD (1968)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance, Fantasy

Director(s): Antonio Margheriti

Cast: Dalida (as Judy), Alberto Lupo (as Prince Tancredi di Castelvolturno), Marisa Quattrini (as Sonia), Gioia Desideri (as Clarissa), Spela Rozin (as Grace), Salvatore Campochiaro, Karin Schubert, Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia, Mirella Pamphili, Wanda Capodaglio (as Principessa di Castelvolturno)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: During an air trip, Prince Tancredi, a well-known abstract artist, gets to know air hostess Judy and is charmed by the young woman. When he asks her to pose for him Judy accepts. Following a few negative remarks on her part about his work Tancredi is driven to question himself artistically. Now, Judy has to leave but she promises to see Tancredi again, which they do. Their mutual attraction soon turns into a burning passion. As Judy will soon benefit from a week off they promise each other to live this blessed period to the full. The young woman leaves, Tancredi returns to his studio and works hard at her portrait, bringing it the magic of his sincere, intense feelings. When the time comes to join Judy, he learns in horror that she got killed in a car accident the very day when she had left him while she had decided to drive back and was happily returning to him.

Die eschichte vom kleinen muck DVD (1953)
Country: East Germany

Spoken Languages: German

Genre(s): Fantasy, Family

Director(s): Wolfgang Staudte

Cast: Thomas Schmidt (as Kleiner Muck), Johannes Maus (as Altgewordener Muck), Friedrich Richter (as Mukrah), Trude Hesterberg (as Ahavzi), Alwin Lippisch (as Sultan), Silja Lesny (as Amarza), Heinz Kammer (as Bajazid), Gerhard Hänsel (as Hassan), Wilhelm Hinrich Holtz (as Oberster Ramudschin), Richard Nagy (as Oberer Ramudschin), Gerd Frickhöffer (as Unterer Ramudschin), Werner Peters (as Unterster Ramudschin), Charles Hans Vogt (as Magier), Harry Riebauer (as Laeufer Murad), Ursula Kempert (as Sklavin), Friedrich Gnaß (as Stadtwächter), Wolf von Beneckendorff (as Schulmeister), Johannes Rhein (as Mustafa), Wolf Kaiser (as Wachhauptmann), Heinz Appel (as Doctor), Karl Block (as Doctor), Hermann Dieckhoff (as Doctor), Emil Leser (as Doctor), Wilhelm Otto Eckhardt (as Murad's Father), Jean Brahn (as Teppichverkäufer), Hans-Joachim Gliese (as Fisherman), Wladimir Marfiak (as Fisherman), Walter Wystemp (as Fisherman), Willi Schwabe (as Jussef), Fritz Wolff (as Uncle), Herbert Scholz (as Uncle), Wolfgang Bolling, Lutz Götz, Hans Hellenberger, Waldemar Jacobi, Erich Klappner, Julius Klee, Else Korén, Alfred Land, Otto Lange, Toni Meitzen, Alexander Papendiek, Helene Riechers, Manfred Schaeffer, Hans Schille, Joe Schorn, Anneliese Sommer, Otto Sommer, Hubert Temming, Nico Turoff

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: An old man living in an oriental city tells the story of his life to a group of kids: He too was once a young boy by the name of Little Muck - much like them, but with better manners and a heap of problems. Having lost his father at early age, little Muck is expelled from home by his greedy relatives. He wanders off into the desert hoping to find the merchant who sells good fortune. Amidst the dunes of sand he comes across a small house owned by a wicked woman and her many cats. She wants to make Little Muck her servant, but he manages to escape by stealing a pair of magic shoes which enable him to run faster than any man in the country. From there he heads right into the next set of challenges... Based on a fairy tale by Wilhelm Hauff.

Ipersecret DVD (1965)
Also known as: Calle P. DVD (original title)

Country: Sweden

Spoken Languages: Swedish

Genre(s): Comedy, Spy, Fantasy

Director(s): Robert Brandt

Cast: Carl-Gustaf Lindstedt (as Calle Parking), Lena Söderblom (as Teacher), Lillemor 'Lill' Lindfors (as Vamp), Frej Lindqvist (as Ahrman), Sune Mangs (as Behrman), Håkan Serner (as Criminal), Börje Nyberg (as ÖÖ), Birger Åsander (as Policeman), Rolf Bengtsson (as Bartender), Jan Malmsjö (as Tramp), Arne Gustafsson (as Caretaker), Barbro Svensson (as Clerk), Ulla-Carin Rydén (as Lapplisa , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Calle Parking has invented a car that can be folded to the size of a suitcase. To remedy the parking problems in Stockholm. Presenting his idea to the authorities causes a conflict of interest.

L'isola del desiderio DVD (1948)
Also known as: The Luck of the Irish DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy, Romance

Director(s): Henry Koster

Cast: Tyrone Power (as Stephen Fitzgerald), Anne Baxter (as Nora), Cecil Kellaway (as Horace, A Leprechaun), Lee J. Cobb (as David C. Augur), James Todd (as Bill Clark), Jayne Meadows (as Frances Augur), J.M. Kerrigan (as Tatie the Innkeeper), Phil Brown (as Tom Higginbotham), Charles Irwin (as Cornelius), Robert Adler (as Reporter , uncredited), Harry Antrim (as Sen. Ransom , uncredited), Rodney Bell (as Reporter , uncredited), Claribel Bressel (as The Bride , uncredited), Don Brodie (as Reporter , uncredited), Ruth Clifford (as Secretary , uncredited), Dick Crockett (as Brawler at Wedding , uncredited), John Davidson (as Reporter , uncredited), Ann Fredrick (as Hat Check Girl , uncredited), Eugene Gericke (as Reporter , uncredited), Douglas Gerrard (as Receptionist , uncredited), John Goldsworthy (as Augurs' Butler Jenkins , uncredited), Hollis Jewell (as Cab Driver , uncredited), Robert Karnes (as Reporter , uncredited), Kenner G. Kemp (as Reporter , uncredited), Donald Kerr (as Man Clapping at Wedding , uncredited), Norman Leavitt (as Milkman , uncredited), Jack Lomas (as Subway Pickpocket's Accomplice , uncredited), Louise Lorimer (as Augur's Secretary , uncredited), Lee MacGregor (as (uncredited), Marion Marshall (as Secretary , uncredited), George Melford (as Nightclub Doorman , uncredited), Harold Miller (as Businessman in Corridor , uncredited), Frank Mitchell (as Irish Dancer , uncredited), Alberto Morin (as Captain of Waiters , uncredited), Dorothy Neumann (as Acme Employment Agency Manager , uncredited), Jimmy O'Brien (as Irish Tenor , uncredited), Eddie Parks (as Pickpocket , uncredited), Joe Ploski (as Wedding Reception Guest , uncredited), 'Snub' Pollard (as Wedding Reception Guest , uncredited), Suzanne Ridgway (as Hatcheck Girl , uncredited), John Roy (as Subway Guard , uncredited), Tim Ryan (as Patrolman Clancy , uncredited), Tom Stevenson (as Gentleman's Gentleman , uncredited), Bill Swingley (as Terrance Flaherty , uncredited), Tito Vuolo (as Italian Vendor , uncredited), Margaret Wells (as Mrs. Augur , uncredited), Wilson Wood (as Reporter , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Steven Fitzgerald, a newpaper reporter from New York, meets a leprechaun and a beautiful young woman while traveling in Ireland. When he returns to his fiance and her wealthy father's political campaign in New York, he finds that the leprechaun and the young woman are now in New York as well. Steven is torn between the wealth he might enjoy in New York or returning to his roots in Ireland.

Joe il pilota DVD (1943)
Also known as: A Guy Named Joe DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English, Italian

Genre(s): Drama, War, Fantasy, Romance

Director(s): Victor Fleming

Cast: Spencer Tracy (as Pete Sandidge), Irene Dunne (as Dorinda Durston), Van Johnson (as Ted Randall), Ward Bond (as Al Yackey), James Gleason (as 'Nails' Kilpatrick), Lionel Barrymore (as The General), Barry Nelson (as Dick Rumney), Esther Williams (as Ellen Bright), Henry O'Neill (as Col. Sykes), Don DeFore (as James J. Rourke), Charles Smith (as Sanderson), Addison Richards (as Maj. Corbett), Kirk Alyn (as Officer in Heaven , uncredited), Bill Arthur (as Cadet , uncredited), Martin Ashe (as Sergeant in Chinese Restaurant , uncredited), George Atkinson (as Waiter , uncredited), Irving Bacon (as Cpl. Henderson , uncredited), Dora Baker (as Charwoman , uncredited), Steve Barclay (as Flier , uncredited), Ted Billings (as Man , uncredited, unconfirmed), Charles Bimbo (as Man , uncredited, unconfirmed), William Bishop (as Ray - Transport Pilot , uncredited), John Bogden (as Cadet , uncredited), Becky Bohanon (as English Girl , uncredited), Eddie Borden (as Taxi Driver , uncredited), Fred Coby (as Cadet , uncredited), Eddie Coke (as Corporal , uncredited), Peter Cookson (as Sgt. Hanson , uncredited), Oliver Cross (as American Major , uncredited), Mark Daniels (as Lieutenant , uncredited), Edward Davies (as Bartender , uncredited), Vernon Downing (as English Liaison Officer , uncredited), Johnny Dunn (as Cadet , uncredited), Blake Edwards (as Flyer , uncredited), Mary Elliott (as Dance Hall Girl , uncredited), Frank Faylen (as Major , uncredited), Craig Flannagan (as American Lieutenant , uncredited), John Frederick (as Lt. Ridley , uncredited), Mary Ganley (as Woman in Chinese Restaurant , uncredited), Leatrice Joy Gilbert (as Woman in Chinese Restaurant , uncredited), Gibson Gowland (as Bartender , uncredited), Richard Graham (as Crew Member , uncredited), Herbert Gunn (as Cadet , uncredited), Aileen Haley (as Hostess , uncredited), Edward Hardwicke (as George - English Boy , uncredited), Carey Harrison (as American Major in Red Lion Inn , uncredited), Louis Hart (as Cadet , uncredited), Gertrude Hoffman (as Old Woman , uncredited), Earl Kent (as American Lieutenant , uncredited), Charles King (as Lt. Collins , uncredited), George Kirby (as Fisherman , uncredited), Harold Landon (as Cadet , uncredited), Nelson Leigh (as Man , uncredited, unconfirmed), Robert Lowell (as Flier , uncredited), Peggy Maley (as Woman , uncredited, unconfirmed), William Manning (as Co-Pilot , uncredited), James Martin (as Cadet , uncredited), Mary McLeod (as Hostess , uncredited), James Millican (as Orderly , uncredited), Neyle Morrow (as Flier , uncredited), Maurice Murphy (as Capt. Robertson , uncredited), Melvin Nix (as American Lieutenant , uncredited), Tarquin Olivier (as Boy , uncredited), Stanley Orr (as English Captain , uncredited), Michael Owen (as American Lieutenant , uncredited), Jean Prescott (as Mother , uncredited), Stafford Quartet (voice of Background Singers: "I'll See You in My Dreams" , uncredited), Marshall Reed (as Flyer , uncredited), Walter Sande (as Sande - Mess Sergeant , uncredited), Jack Saunders (as American Captain , uncredited), Earl Schenck (as Col. Hendricks , uncredited), Ken Scott (as Cadet , uncredited), Bernard Sell (as Co-Pilot , uncredited), Violet Seton (as Bartender's Wife , uncredited), Christopher Severn (as Peter - English Boy , uncredited), Ernest Severn (as Davey - English Boy , uncredited), Raymond Severn (as Cyril - English Boy , uncredited), Yvonne Severn (as Elizabeth - English Girl , uncredited), Jessie Tai Sing (as Headwaitress , uncredited), Bill Sloan (as Man , uncredited, unconfirmed), Arthur Space (as San Francisco Airport Captain , uncredited), Wyndham Standing (as English Colonel , uncredited), Arthur Stenning (as Fisherman , uncredited), Clarence Straight (as Flight Sergeant , uncredited), Robert Sully (as Cadet , uncredited), Carlie Taylor (as English Captain , uncredited), Joan Thorsen (as Woman in Chinese Restaurant , uncredited), Elizabeth Valentine (as Washerwoman's Child , uncredited), Philip Van Zandt (as Major , uncredited), Leslie Vincent (as Sentry , uncredited), James Warren (as Irish Guard , uncredited), Jacqueline White (as Helen , uncredited), Eve Whitney (as Girlfriend of Rourke , uncredited), John Whitney (as Officer in Heaven , uncredited), Kay Williams (as Girl at Bar , uncredited), Matt Willis (as Lt. Hunter , uncredited), Alan Wilson (as Sergeant in Jeep , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Maj. Pete Sandidge is a very able pilot who seems to have a streak of luck as far as flying goes. World War II is raging and Pete has come out of it pretty so far. He even has a beautiful girlfriend Dorinda Durston, herself a qualified pilot who ferries aircraft to different bases. When Pete is killed however, he finds himself in heaven and learns that every pilot has a guardian angel. He returns to Earth where, unseen by anyone, he coaches a pilot-in-training Ted Randall. Ted is a pretty good kid and is coming along nicely but when he's shipped to New Guinea he runs into Dorinda who has remained faithful to her lost love. As Ted pursues her, Pete will have to decide what he wants to do about it.

Jolanda e il re della samba DVD (1945)
Also known as: Yolanda and the Thief DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English, Italian

Genre(s): Fantasy, Romance, Musical

Director(s): Vincente Minnelli

Cast: Fred Astaire (as Johnny Parkson Riggs), Lucille Bremer (as Yolanda), Frank Morgan (as Victor Budlow Trout), Mildred Natwick (as Aunt Amarilla), Mary Nash (as Duenna), Leon Ames (as Mr. Candle), Ludwig Stössel (as School Teacher), Jane Green (as Mother Superior), Remo Bufano (as Puppeteer), Francis Pierlot (as Padre), Leon Belasco (as Taxi Driver), Gigi Perreau (as Gigi), Charles La Torre (as Police Lieutenant), Michael Visaroff (as Major Domo), Eddie Abdo (as Man in Lounge , uncredited), Ed Agresti (as Waiter , uncredited), Yussuf Ali (as Man in Lounge , uncredited), Fernando Alvarado (as Little Boy , uncredited), Jessie Arnold (as Woman at Fiesta , uncredited), Nina Bara (as Chambermaid , uncredited), Alma Beltran (as Maid , uncredited), Boyd Bennett (as Olaf , uncredited), Audrey Betz (as Stout Dowager , uncredited), Edward Biby (as Tallyho Man , uncredited), Jeanne Blackford (as Woman at Fiesta , uncredited), Judi Blacque (as Telephone Operator , uncredited), Lulu Mae Bohrman (as Woman at Fiesta , uncredited), Eugene Borden (as Maitre d' , uncredited), George Calliga (as Footman , uncredited), Gabriel Canzona (as Man with Monkey , uncredited), André Charlot (as Dilettante , uncredited), Zedra Conde (as Maid , uncredited), Miguel Contreras (as Man at Fiesta , uncredited), Gino Corrado (as Hotel Lounge Waiter , uncredited), Franco Corsaro (as Shifty Man , uncredited), David Cota (as Bellhop , uncredited), Peter Cusanelli (as Bit Role , uncredited), Antonio D'Amore (as Pierre , uncredited), Guy D'Ennery (as Elderly Butler , uncredited), Hal Darby (as Tumbler at Fiesta , uncredited), Jean De Briac (as Waiter , uncredited), Leander De Cordova (as Elderly Butler , uncredited), Marcel De la Brosse (as Policeman , uncredited), Harold DeGarro (as Stilt Walker at Fiesta , uncredited), Poppy del Vando (as Native Woman , uncredited), George L. Derrick (as Policeman , uncredited), Joe Dominguez (as Policeman , uncredited), George Economides (as Twin Boy , uncredited), Michael Economides (as Twin Boy , uncredited), Bill Edwards (as Gatekeeper , uncredited), Rosina Galli (as Housekeeper , uncredited), Martin Garralaga (as Police Official on Train , uncredited), Karen X. Gaylord (as Maid , uncredited), Kenneth Gibson (as Tallyho Man , uncredited), George Golden (as Tallyho Man , uncredited), George Humbert (as Father on Train , uncredited), Dorothy Jackson (as Vocal Effects: Will You Mary Me? , uncredited), Sheldon Jett (as Escort , uncredited), Ralph Johns (as Soldier Captain , uncredited), Toni LaRue (as Yolanda's Maid , uncredited), Carl M. Leviness (as Tallyho Man , uncredited), Frank Leyva (as Llama Man , uncredited), Karen Lind (as Yolanda's Maid , uncredited), Oscar Loraine (as Banillo , uncredited), Jacques Lory (as Painter , uncredited), Alice Ludes (as Vocal Effects: Will You Marry Me? , uncredited), Floria Macias (as Gardener's Daughter , uncredited), George Magrill (as Chauffeur , uncredited), Jerry Mandy (as Conductor , uncredited), Saul Martell (as Mayor , uncredited), Matt Mattox (as Featured Dancer , uncredited), Danna McGraw (as Conchita , uncredited), Torben Meyer (as Town Official , uncredited), Chef Milani (as Gaston, the Chef , uncredited), Peter Miles (as Little Boy , uncredited), Marta Mitrovich (as Yolanda's Maid , uncredited), Mayo Newhall (as Conductor , uncredited), Lillian Nicholson (as Native Woman , uncredited), Skeets Noyes (as Native Man , uncredited), Alfred Nunez (as Mexican Boy , uncredited), Vic Parks (as Tumbler at Fiesta , uncredited), Dena Penn (as Eight-Year-Old Girl , uncredited), Walter Pietila (as Tumbler at Fiesta , uncredited), Nino Pipitone (as Conductor , uncredited), Rose Plumer (as Woman at Fiesta , uncredited), Rudy Rama (as Train Steward , uncredited), Virginia Rees (as Specialty Line , uncredited), Frank Remsden (as Clown at Fiesta , uncredited), Georges Renavent (as Train Passenger with Mink Eyebrows , uncredited), Julian Rivero (as Brakeman , uncredited), Betty Russell (as Vocal Effects: Will You Marry Me? , uncredited), Harry Semels (as Native Man , uncredited), Lester Sharpe (as Headwaiter , uncredited), Ward Shattuck (as Juggler at Fiesta , uncredited), Reginald Simpson (as Man at Fiesta , uncredited), Dimas Sotello (as Native Man , uncredited), Leonard St. Leo (as Stilt Walker at Fiesta , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Johnny Riggs, a con man on the lam, finds himself in a Latin-American country named Patria. There, he overhears a convent-bred rich girl praying to her guardian angel for help in managing her tangled business affairs. Riggs decides to materialize as the girl's "angel", gains her unquestioning confidence, and helps himself to the deluded girl's millions. Just as he and his partner are about to flee Patria with their booty, Riggs realizes he has fallen in love with the girl and returns the money, together with a note that is part confession and part love letter. But the larcenous duo's escape from Patria turns out to be more difficult than they could ever have imagined.

Juliette o La chiave dei sogni DVD (1951)
Also known as: Juliette ou La clef des songes DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: French, Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Fantasy

Director(s): Marcel Carné

Cast: Gérard Philipe (as Michel Grandier), Suzanne Cloutier (as Juliette), Jean-Roger Caussimon (as Le châtelain & Monsieur Bellanger), René Génin (as Le père Lajeunesse & le greffier), Roland Lesaffre (as Le légionnaire), Gabrielle Fontan (as La patronne de la confiserie), Arthur Devère (as Le marchand de souvenirs), Louise Fouquet (as La compagne du légionnaire), Martial Rèbe (as L'employé), Marion Delbo (as L'accorte ménagère), Fernand René (as Le facteur), Marcelle Arnold (as La femme acariâtre), Max Dejean (as Le policier), Gustave Gallet (as Le notaire), Jean Besnard (as L'infirme), Paul Bonifas (as La capitaine du cargo), Yves Robert (as L'accordéoniste), Édouard Delmont (as La garde-champêtre), Jean Bazin (as Un homme du village , uncredited), Jean Clarieux (as Un homme du village , uncredited), Gérard Darrieu (as Un prisonnier , uncredited), Olivier Darrieux (as Un homme du village , uncredited), Georges Demas (as Un homme du village , uncredited), Liliane Ernout (as Une femme du village , uncredited), Marc Gentilhomme (as Un homme du village , uncredited), René Hell (as Un homme du village , uncredited), Hennery (as Un homme du village , uncredited), Jean-Pierre Lorrain (as Un homme du village , uncredited), Guy Mairesse (as Le prisonnier , uncredited), Henri Niel (as Un homme du village , uncredited), Claire Olivier (as Une vieille femme , uncredited), Jean Sylvère (as Un homme du village , uncredited), Pierre Vernier (as Le jeune homme aux souvenirs , uncredited), Paul Violette (as Un homme du village , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Michel has stolen from his employer, Mr Bellanger, for the love of Juliette. He is now in jail. One night, while sleeping in his cell, he wakes up all of a sudden, the gates open and he finds himself in a strange village where all the inhabitants have lost their memory. There, meets Juliette again who seems to agree to marry a powerful man, who might well be Bluebeard...

Kali Yug la dea della vendetta DVD (1963)
Country: Italy, France

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Adventure, Fantasy, Family

Director(s): Mario Camerini

Cast: Paul Guers (as Dr. Simon Palmer), Senta Berger (as Catherine Talbot), Lex Barker (as Maj. Ford), Sergio Fantoni (as Ram Chand), Klaus Kinski (as Saddhu), Ian Hunter (as Robert Talbot), I.S. Johar (as Gopal), Claudine Auger (as Amrita), Joachim Hansen (as Lt. Collins), Michael Medwin (as Capt. Walsh), Roldano Lupi (as Maharadja d'Hasnabad), Alfio Caltabiano (as The Crie), Luciano Conversi (as Kanchan), Paul Muller (as Botanist Alamian), Lamberto Antinori (as 2nd Lieutenant), Maharay Din, Ajimal Khan, Zarrin Panna

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: At the end of the 19th century, during the British rule of India, the goddess Kali commits a number of murders, among which the man who was conducting a cargo of serum to a village infected with disease. Worried with the vast number of fatalities that will result from stopping this shipment, Dr. Palmer asks for help from Major Talbot. The Major suspects about the murderer turn onto the doctor, and he must take refuge in the jungle, after faking his own death by a tiger. Help does come in the shapely form of Amrita, a native dancer, who will give him shelter, and will even free him from a gang of robbers. Dr. Palmer still has a number of real and fantastic adventures until he sees an end to his tribulations... sent him by the vengeful Kali.

Kascey l'immortale DVD (1945)
Also known as: Kashchey bessmertnyy DVD (original title)

Country: Soviet Union

Spoken Languages: Russian

Genre(s): Fantasy

Director(s): Aleksandr Rou

Cast: Aleksandr Shirshov (as Bulat Balagur), Georgiy Millyar (as Kashchej Immortal), Sergei Stolyarov (as Nikita Kozhemjaka), Galina Grigoreva (as Marja Morevna), Sergey Filippov, Emmanuil Geller, K. Krovitsky, Ivan Ryzhov

Medium: DVD R/RW

Subtitles: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian

Storyline: A beautiful maiden, Marya Morevna, gives her prospective prospective husband, the mighty warrior Nikita Kozhemyaka, three riddles to solve before she'll marry him. Before he can tell her the answers, the Russian land is invaded by the armies of Kashchei the Immortal, in whose footsteps death and destruction follow. Marya is abducted by Kashchei, and Nikita finds his home in ashes. Nikita meets a kindly wizard who gives him a cap of darkness. With it, the hero will find a way to save his bride and rout Kashchei.

Katia e il coccodrillo DVD (1966)
Also known as: Káta a krokodýl DVD (original title)

Country: Czechoslovakia

Spoken Languages: Czech

Genre(s): Fantasy, Family

Director(s): Vera Plívová-Simková

Cast: Alena Cechová (as Tána), Andrea Cunderlíková, Tomás Drbohlav, Alois Dvorský (as Twittling grandfather), Eva Dyková (as Jana), Josef Hlinomaz (as Fireman), Ywetta Hollauerová (as Káta), Ondrej Jandera (as Makaronovej), Alena Kreuzmannová, Jan Libícek (as Man with Balloons), Minka Malá (as Milka), Alois Minsky (as Grandfather), Antonín Nedvídek (as Mísa), Oldrich Nový (as Man with umbrella), Josef Príhoda (as Musician), Jan Skopecek (as Firemen leader), Václav Trégl (as Dirigent), Marek Vasut, Miroslav Vladyka (as Boy), Václav Wasserman (as Pedestrian)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: It is the summer holiday and little Mísa Horák has taken a few animals from the school's so-called "Corner of Living Nature" home to care for. But when he brings home two Angora rabbits, a starling, a little monkey, a tortoise and a small crocodile, his parents order him to take them away. He is helped by Káta, who offers to place the animals in the child's room of her family's apartment. Mísa leaves for her friend where the animals will hopefully be able to stay. Káta goes shopping. In the meantime, Káta's younger sister Minka wakes up and begins to play with the animals, who gradually run off in disarray.

Kilink Istanbul'da DVD (1967)
Also known as: Killing in Istanbul DVD (English title)

Country: Turkey

Spoken Languages: Turkish

Genre(s): Adventure, Fantasy, Crime

Director(s): Yilmaz Atadeniz

Cast: Irfan Atasoy (as Orhan 'Uçan Adam'), Pervin Par (as Gül), Muzaffer Tema (as Prof. Cemil), Suzan Avci (as Kilink's Lover), Hüseyin Peyda (as Police chief), Sevinç Pekin, Mine Soley (as Professor's secretary), Ergun Köknar, Feridun Çölgeçen (as Prof. Maxwell), Hüseyin Zan (as Oski), Mete Mert, Enver Dönmez, Süheyl Egriboz, Yildirim Gencer (as Kilink , uncredited), Cahit Irgat (as (uncredited), Melda (as (uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Subtitles: English

Storyline: Kilink, the Turkish super anti-hero,who was a lookalike of the Italian comic-strip hero Killing, who was a lookalike of the other Italian super hero Kriminal,opens the long series of Kilink installments with this blockbuster cornerstone of the Turkish cinema! The only rival who could possibly stand in his way is no other than... Superman!... Kilink visits Istanbul in order to grab a destructive formula which is in the hands of an once-collaborate scientist,professor Houloussi. He murders him, kidnaps his daughter, tortures her in some gloomy dungeon, and then kidnaps more people and tortures them but still, the formula remains hidden. Meanwhile, the son of professor Houloussi is blessed by a Devinne spirit and turns into Superman! But will he be a worthy opponent to the unbeatable and evasive master of all criminals, Kilink?? Well, at any rate,,be prepared for a delirious,psychedelic,jaw-dropping,sleazy,fierce pandemonium!

Kilink soy ve öldür DVD (1967)
Also known as: Kilink: Strip and Kill DVD (English title)

Country: Turkey

Spoken Languages: Turkish

Genre(s): Adventure, Fantasy, Crime

Director(s): Yilmaz Atadeniz

Cast: Yildirim Gencer (as Kilink), Suzan Avci (as Selma), Reha Yurdakul, Devlet Devrim, Cahit Irgat, Sevda Nur, Süha Dogan (as Kerim), Meriç Basaran, Tansu Sayin, Necati Er, Askin Dilek, Tevfik Soyulgan, Lütfü Engin (as Lütfü), Kudret Karadag, Behçet Nacar (as Kerim'in Adami), Hakki Kivanç (as Hakki), Taner Kalayci, Bilal Inci

Medium: DVD R/RW

Subtitles: English

Storyline: The 3rd of the long Kilink series picks up exactly where the 2nd film (KILINK UCAN ADAMA KARSI) left off. This time Kilink is between 2 rival gangs and manages to turn one against the other. All of them are after a precious microfilm and a big foreign treasure. Kilink proves to be the most perfect Fantomas of them all, changing disguises more often than he changes socks. At the same time, it's raining gorgeous ladies all over the place. Most of them rivals....All of them falling for him or off balconies, pushed by him. In a brilliant sequence, he punches a treacherous pussycat, strangles her with his bare hands and chucks her off a balcony. The film features the classic torture-the-tied-woman scenes. In one of them, even a snake is used for a quicker confession. Endless shootouts, car chases, murders, beat ups and plot twists make this sequel one of the best Turkish auctioneers ever. This time, our anti-hero proves to be a real HERO in at least one instance! But above all he proves to...

Kilink uçan adama karsi DVD (1967)
Also known as: Killing vs. the Flying Man DVD (English title)

Country: Turkey

Spoken Languages: Turkish

Genre(s): Action, Sci-Fi, Adventure, Crime

Director(s): Yilmaz Atadeniz

Cast: Irfan Atasoy (as Orhan / Uçan Adam), Pervin Par (as Gül), Muzaffer Tema (as Profesör Cemil), Suzan Avci (as Suzi), Hüseyin Peyda (as Komiser), Sevinç Pekin, Mine Soley (as Professor's secretary), Ergun Köknar, Feridun Çölgeçen (as Prof. Maxwell), Hüseyin Zan (as Oski), Mete Mert, Enver Dönmez, Süheyl Egriboz, Aynur Aydan (as (uncredited), Lütfü Engin (as (uncredited), Yildirim Gencer (as Kilink , uncredited), Cahit Irgat (as (uncredited), Melda (as (uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Subtitles: English

Storyline: The first sequel to KILINK ISTANBUL'DA picks up right where the 1st installment left off. Superman manages to locate Kilink's hideout on a remote island where his fiancé and her father are being held behind bars. Meanwhile, Kilink's scientists finally manufacture a lethal destructive canon-like weapon that is able to blast away even portions of mountains. Superman arrives there not flying but as an ordinary man and after becoming a target for the weapon is captured and locked up with his woman and his future dad-in-law. Of course, Superman triumphs but, fortunately, Kilink gets away. The film ends with a separate episode that has nothing to do with the island and the weapon. This time Kilink murders a rich foreign woman and steals her jewels. But Superman is still around for the final conflict. Sadly, the part with this conflict was destroyed decades ago. At least, the producers saved many stills from this segment and incorporated them in the film together with a narration on the ...

Kismet DVD (1944)
Also known as: Kismet DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English, Spanish

Genre(s): Adventure, Fantasy

Director(s): William Dieterle

Cast: Ronald Colman (as Hafiz), Marlene Dietrich (as Jamilla), James Craig (as Caliph), Edward Arnold (as The Grand Vizier), Hugh Herbert (as Feisal), Joy Page (as Marsinah), Florence Bates (as Karsha), Harry Davenport (as Agha), Hobart Cavanaugh (as Moolah), Robert Warwick (as Alfife), Eddie Abdo (as Aide to Mansur / Arabic Prayer Voice , uncredited), Jimmy Ames (as Major Domo , uncredited), Morris Ankrum (as The Caliph's Messenger , uncredited), Leslie Anthony (as Handmaiden , uncredited), Lynn Arlen (as Handmaiden , uncredited), Noble Blake (as Nubian Slave , uncredited), Carla Boehm (as Handmaiden , uncredited), Dick Botiller (as Aide to Mansur , uncredited), Paul Bradley (as Magician , uncredited), Sonia Carr (as Handmaiden , uncredited), Zedra Conde (as Cafe Girl , uncredited), Harry Cording (as Policeman , uncredited), Pedro de Cordoba (as Meuzin , uncredited), Billy Cummings (voice of Arabic Prayer Voice , uncredited), Peter Cusanelli (as Merchant , uncredited), Carmen D'Antonio (as Dancer in Cafe , uncredited), Yvonne De Carlo (as Handmaiden , uncredited), Walter De Palma (as Detective , uncredited), Anna Demetrio (as Proprietess of the Cafe , uncredited), Victor Dubinsky (as Singer , uncredited), Joyce Gates (as Handmaiden , uncredited), Sachin Ghosh (as Nabout Fighter , uncredited), Leatrice Joy Gilbert (as Rallah - Water Bearer , uncredited), Barbara Glenz (as Cafe Girl , uncredited), Gabriel Gonzales (as Monkey Man , uncredited), Joseph Granby (as Policeman , uncredited), Herman Heller (as Singer , uncredited), Eileen Herrick (as Handmaiden , uncredited), Harry Humphrey (as The Caliph's Gardener , uncredited), Charles Judels (as Wealthy Merchant , uncredited), Cy Kendall (as Herald , uncredited), Victor Kilian (as Jehan , uncredited), Beatrice Kraft (as Court Dancer , uncredited), Evelyne Kraft (as Court Dancer , uncredited), Charles La Torre (as Alwah - the Wood Chopper , uncredited), Rosalyn Lee (as Handmaiden , uncredited), Gabriel Lenoff (as Singer , uncredited), Mitchell Lewis (as Sheik , uncredited), Jack 'Tiny' Lipson (as Aide to Mansur , uncredited), Barry Macollum (as Amu , uncredited), Louis Manley (as Fire Eater , uncredited), John Maxwell (as Guard , uncredited), John Merton (as Aide to Mansur , uncredited), Charles Middleton (as The Miser , uncredited), Frank Morgan (voice of Narrator , uncredited), Phil Nazir (as Nabout Fighter , uncredited), Julian Oliver (as Singer , uncredited), Nestor Paiva (as Captain of the Police , uncredited), Shelby Payne (as Handmaiden , uncredited), Frank Penny (as Merchant , uncredited), Frances Ramsden (as Cafe Girl , uncredited), Ramiro Rivas (as Member of Juggling Trio , uncredited), William Rivas (as Member of Juggling Trio , uncredited), John Schaller (as Member of Juggling Trio , uncredited), Dan Seymour (as Fat Turk at the Cafe , uncredited), Saul Silverman (as Singer , uncredited), Jessie Tai Sing (as Black Eyes - Cafe Girl , uncredited), Paul Singh (as Valet to Caliph , uncredited), Sammy Stein (as Policeman , uncredited), Minerva Urecal (as Retainer , uncredited), Dale Van Sickel (as Mansur's Assassin , uncredited), Morgan Wallace (as Merchant , uncredited), Bruno Weise (as Pole Act , uncredited), Eve Whitney (as Cafe Girl , uncredited), Zack Williams (as Executioner , uncredited), Marek Windheim (as Wapu - the Barber , uncredited), Roque Ybarra (as Son of the Miser , uncredited), Joe Yule (as Bath House Attendant , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Hafiz, a rascally beggar on the periphery of the court of Baghdad, schemes to marry his daughter to royalty and to win the heart of the queen of the castle himself.

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