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Il grande seduttore DVD (1956)
Also known as: Don Juan DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: French

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: John Berry

Cast: Fernandel (as Sganarelle / Falso Don Juan), Fernando Rey (as Don Iñigo), Carmen Sevilla (as Serranilla), Erno Crisa (as Don Juan Tenorio), Christine Carère (as Doña Inés), José Sepúlveda (as Don Ramón), Manolo Gómez Bur (as Lebourreau), Teófilo Palou (as Un Guardia), Pedro Valdivieso (as Angel), Hebe Donay (as Juanita), Mercedes Rueda (as Lola), Matilde Artero, Luis Torrecilla, Juan Olaguivel (as El Escudero), José María Rodríguez (as Otro Guardia), Ángel Calero (as Luis), Simone Paris (as Doña María), Micheline Dax (as Doña Elvira), Robert Lombard (as The duke of Altaquerque), Roland Armontel (as El Gobernador), Germaine Montero, Antonio Riquelme, Juan Antonio Bardem (as (uncredited), Claudine Bleuse (as (uncredited), Jacques Emmanuel (as (uncredited), Jean Manse (as (uncredited), Claude May (as (uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Film based on the myth of Don Juan.

La grande sparata DVD (1926)
Also known as: The Strong Man DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages:

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Frank Capra

Cast: Harry Langdon (as Paul Bergot), Priscilla Bonner (as Mary Brown), Gertrude Astor (as 'Lily' of Broadway), William V. Mong (as 'Holy Joe'), Robert McKim (as 'Mike' McDevitt), Arthur Thalasso (as 'Zandow the Great'), Brooks Benedict (as Bus Passenger , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A meek Belgian soldier (Harry Langdon) fighting in World War I receives penpal letters and a photo from "Mary Brown", an American girl he has never met. He becomes infatuated with her by long distance. After the war, the young Belgian journeys to America as assistant to a theatrical "strong man", Zandow the Great (Arthur Thalasso). While in America, he searches for Mary Brown... and he finds her, just as word comes that Zandow is incapacitated and the little nebbish must go on stage in his place.

Il grande truffatore DVD (1960)
Also known as: Mit Himbeergeist geht alles besser DVD (original title)

Country: Austria

Spoken Languages: German

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Georg Marischka

Cast: Marianne Koch (as Hilde von Hessenlohe), O.W. Fischer (as Philipp Kalder), Jocelyn Lane (as Chou-Chou), Petra Schürmann (as Suzie), Bill Ramsey (as Captain), Fritz Rémond Jr. (as Prof. Schwarzenberger), Bruno Hübner (as Helmut Niederberger), Helmut Qualtinger (as Seppl Reber), Fritz Muliar (as Vaclav Pivatschek), Totò Mignone, Claus Veith, James Greenhill, Horst Naumann (as Reporter)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Il grande teschio DVD (1949)
Also known as: El gran calavera DVD (original title)

Country: Mexico

Spoken Languages: Spanish

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Luis Buñuel

Cast: Fernando Soler (as Ramiro de la Mata), Rosario Granados (as Virginia de la Mata), Andrés Soler (as Ladislao de la Mata), Rubén Rojo (as Pablo), Gustavo Rojo (as Eduardo de la Mata), Maruja Grifell (as Milagros), Francisco Jambrina (as Gregorio de la Mata), Luis Alcoriza (as Alfredo), Antonio Bravo (as Alfonso), Antonio Monsell (as Juan, mayordomo), María Luisa Serrano (as Mamá de Alfredo), José Chávez (as Prisionero , uncredited), Leonor Gómez (as Vecina vecindad , uncredited), Ana María Hernández (as Invitada a fiesta , uncredited), Ángel Infante (as Empleado de Ramiro , uncredited), Pepe Martínez (as (uncredited), Juan Pulido (as (uncredited), Gerardo Pérez Martínez (as (uncredited), Nicolás Rodríguez (as don Carmelito , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: "El Gran Calavera" concerns a family's attempts to change the patriarch's somewhat indulgent and hedonistic ways by fooling him into thinking his large fortune is gone. They assume a life of poverty in Mexico in an attempt to teach him a lesson. However, he discovers it's a ruse, but continues to perpetuate the facade of ignorance while sneaking off during the day to conduct his thriving business. Why? To teach his family a lesson - they are all lazy, worthless leeches!

Grandi manovre DVD (1955)
Also known as: Les grandes manoeuvres DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: French

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy, Romance

Director: René Clair

Cast: Michèle Morgan (as Marie-Louise Rivière), Gérard Philipe (as Le lieutenant Armand de la Verne), Jean Desailly (as Victor Duverger), Pierre Dux (as Le colonel), Jacques Fabbri (as L'ordonnance d'Armand), Jacques François (as Rodolphe), Yves Robert (as Le lieutenant Félix Leroy), Brigitte Bardot (as Lucie), Lise Delamare (as Juliette Duverger), Jacqueline Maillan (as Jeanne Duverger, une soeur de Victor), Magali Noël (as Thérèse, la chanteuse), Simone Valère (as Gisèle Monnet), Catherine Anouilh (as Alice, la fille du préfet), Madeleine Barbulée (as La dame au chapeau jaune), Dany Carrel (as Rose-Mousse), Gabrielle Fontan (as Mélanie, la bonne des Duverger), Viviane Gosset (as La colonelle), Judith Magre (as Emilienne), Arlette Thomas (as Amélie, la bonne de Marie-Louise), Raymond Cordy (as Le photographe), Olivier Hussenot (as Le préfet), Jacques Jouanneau (as L'ordonnance de Félix), Jacques Morel (as Monsieur Monnet), Palau (as Arthur), Claude Rich (as Le fiancé d'Alice), Daniel Sorano (as Le maître d'armes), France Asselin (as Sophie , uncredited), Robert Balpo (as Le garçon de café , uncredited), Jean Bayle (as Un civil , uncredited), Georges Bever (as Le facteur , uncredited), Georges Carrère (as Un officier , uncredited), Colette Castel (as Yvonne , uncredited), Daniel Ceccaldi (as Un officier , uncredited), Guy Cosson (as Un civil , uncredited), Charles Debert (as Le mendiant , uncredited), Jean Degrave (as Un officier , uncredited), Bernard Dhéran (as Un officier , uncredited), Hélène Duc (as La préfète , uncredited), Paul Faivre (as Le patron de la pension , uncredited), Georges Galley (as Un officier , uncredited), Gilles Gallon (as Un officier , uncredited), Pierre Langlet (as Un officier , uncredited), Robert Le Béal (as Un officier , uncredited), Claude Magnier (as Un officier , uncredited), Jacqueline Marbaux (as Madame Mathilde , uncredited), Pierre Maréchal (as Un civil , uncredited), Jean-Pierre Maurin (as Le petit pâtissier , uncredited), Anne-Marie Mersen (as La petite bonne du cercle des officiers , uncredited), Michel Piccoli (as Un officier , uncredited), Pierre Roussel (as Un officier , uncredited), Clément Thierry (as L'ordonnance du colonel , uncredited), Roger Vincent (as Un invité , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Le grandi vacanze DVD (1967)
Also known as: Les grandes vacances DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Jean Girault

Cast: Louis de Funès (as Charles Bosquier), Ferdy Mayne (as MacFarrell), Martine Kelly (as Shirley MacFarrell), François Leccia (as Philippe Bosquier), Olivier De Funès (as Gérard Bosquier), Claude Gensac (as Isabelle Bosquier), Maurice Risch (as Stéphane Michonnet), Jacques Dynam (as Croizac, le livreur de charbon), Dominique Davray (as Rose), Mario David (as L'automobiliste), Jean St. Clair, Christiane Muller (as La bonne des Bosquier), Denise Provence (as La comtesse), Françoise Girault (as Une vacancière avec le chien), Silvia Dionisio (as Une vacancière avec le chien), René Bouloc (as Bargin), Jean-Pierre Bertrand (as Christian), Jacques Dublin (as Claude), Dominique Maurin (as Michel), Guy Grosso (as Chastenet, un professeur), Carlo Nell (as Un professeur), Daniel Bellus (as Le comte), Max Montavon (as Morizot, un professeur), Robert Destain (as Le surveillant général), Jacques Famery, Paul Faivre (as Le propriétaire du poulailler), Emile Prud'homme (as Mimile), Douglas Read, Colin Drake (as Jenkins), Jean Droze (as Le jardinier), Mary Boduin, Barbara Sommers (as La préposée aux costumes), Charles Lloyd Pack, Jean Falloux (as L'ivrogne), Billy Kearns (as Le conducteur du car), Joachim Westhoff, Percival Russel (as Un policeman), Brian Coburn, Henri Attal (as Un marin au bistrot , uncredited), Antoine Baud (as Un marin au bistrot , uncredited), Jackie Blanchot (as Un marin au bistrot , uncredited), Claude Carliez (as Un marin au club nautique , uncredited), Bernard Charlan (as Le brigadier , uncredited), Louise Chevalier (as Petit rôle , uncredited), Guy Delorme (as Un marin au bistrot , uncredited), Jack Jourdan (as Un marin hollandais , uncredited), Richard Larke (as Un spectateur aux mariages , uncredited), Bernard Le Coq (as Jean-Christophe, un élève , uncredited), Rudy Lenoir (as Un professeur , uncredited), Sylvain Levignac (as Un marin hollandais , uncredited), Dominique Marcas (as La pompiste , uncredited), Ernest Menzer (as Un père , uncredited), Jean Minisini (as Un marin au bistrot , uncredited), André Nader (as Le père de Jean-Christophe , uncredited), Ivo Pauwels (as Un marin hollandais , uncredited), Jacques Van Dooren (as Un marin hollandais , uncredited), Lionel Vitrant (as Le serveur du bistrot , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Charles Bosquier, a role apparently written for French comedy superstar Louis de Funès, is the dictatorial headmaster of a French strict boarding school. No father could be deeper shocked to find one of his own sons miserably failed his exams, and too embarrassed to enroll him for his own summer-school, so he sends Philippe to England as exchange student. Philippe planned to save his sailing plans...

Il Granduca e Mister Pimm DVD (1963)
Also known as: Love Is a Ball DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: David Swift

Cast: Glenn Ford (as John Lathrop Davis), Hope Lange (as Millicent 'Millie' Mehaffey), Charles Boyer (as M. Etienne Pimm), Ricardo Montalban (as Duke Gaspard Ducluzeau), Telly Savalas (as Dr. Christian Gump, Millie's uncle), Ruth McDevitt (as Mathilda), Ulla Jacobsson (as Janine), Georgette Anys (as Mme. Gallou), Robert Bettoni (as Milkman), Mony Dalmès (as Mme. Fernier), Laurence Hardy (as Priory), Jean Le Maitre (as Carlo), André Luguet (as Maurice Zoltan), Jean Parédès (as Freddie), Redmond Phillips (as Starcy), Erika Soucy (as Gretl), Aram Stephan (as Gallou), Olga Valéry (as Mme. Giardin), John Wood (as Julian Soames), Jean-Pierre Zola (as Mueller)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Etienne makes a good living out of marrying off poor but titled young men to rich but untitled young ladies. Millicent is now in his sights on the Riviera, and Grand Duke Gaspar is the bait. But what if Millicent starts to fancy planted chauffeur John instead, and Gaspar takes a shine to Etienne's secretary Janine?

La Granduchessa e il cameriere DVD (1934)
Also known as: Here Is My Heart DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Musical

Director: Frank Tuttle

Cast: Bing Crosby (as J., Jasper Paul Jones), Kitty Carlisle (as Princess Alexandra), Roland Young (as Prince Nicholas / Nicki), Alison Skipworth (as Countess Rostova), Reginald Owen (as Prince Vladimir / Vova), William Frawley (as James Smith), Marian Mansfield (as Claire), Cecilia Parker (as Suzette - the Maid), Akim Tamiroff (as Manager of Hotel), Arthur Housman (as Drunken Waiter), Charles Arnt (as Higgins - Paul's Valet), Gwenllian Gill (as Young Yacht Guest , uncredited), Donald Gray (as Young Yacht Guest , uncredited), Robert Klein (as Cloche , uncredited), Cromwell McKechnie (as Paul's Secretary , uncredited), Albert Petit (as Paul's Waiter , uncredited), George Polonsky (as Paul's Chauffeur , uncredited), Fred Santley (as Yacht Guest , uncredited), Rolfe Sedan (as Artist , uncredited), Frederick Sullivan (as Hotel Guest in Hallway , uncredited), Charles C. Wilson (as Captain Dodge , uncredited), Florence Wix (as Yacht Guest , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A rich and famous singer disguises himself as a waiter in order to be near the woman he loves, a European princess.

Il grand'uomo di mio marito DVD (1941)
Also known as: Hauptsache glücklich! DVD (original title)

Country: Germany

Spoken Languages: German

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance

Director: Theo Lingen

Cast: Heinz Rühmann (as Axel Roth), Hertha Feiler (as Uschi Roth), Ida Wüst (as Frau Lind), Hans Leibelt (as Generaldirektor Arndt), Arthur Wiesner (as Standesbeamter), Jane Tilden (as Liselotte / Daisy), Fritz Odemar (as Generaldirektor Zimmermann), Max Gülstorff (as Bürovorsteher Binder), Hilde Wagener (as Frau Bertyn), Arthur Schröder (as Rechtsanwalt Mohrig), Annemarie Holtz (as Betty Arndt), Karl Etlinger (as Juwelier), Ernst G. Schiffner (as Steuerbeamter), Hilde Sessak, Theo Shall, Hans Zesch-Ballot, Theo Lingen (as (uncredited), Hans Paetsch (as Unverheiratetet Kollege , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Grazie a Dio è venerdì DVD (1978)
Also known as: Thank God It's Friday DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Music, Comedy

Director: Robert Klane

Cast: Valerie Landsburg (as Frannie), Terri Nunn (as Jeannie), Chick Vennera (as Marv Gomez), Donna Summer (as Nicole Sims), Ray Vitte (as Bobby Speed), Mark Lonow (as Dave), Andrea Howard (as Sue), Jeff Goldblum (as Tony), Robin Menken (as Maddy), Debra Winger (as Jennifer), John Friedrich (as Ken), Paul Jabara (as Carl), Mews Small (as Jackie), Chuck Sacci (as Gus), Hilary Beane (as Shirley), Otis Day (as Floyd), The Commodores (as Themselves), Phil Adams (as Tarzan), Judith Brown (as Badmouth in Bar), Marianne Bunch (as Boutique Salesgirl), Tony Cacciotti (as Club Cashier), Jacqueline Carlin (as Blonde in Blue Blouse), Linda Cremeans (as Tony's Friend #1), Gregory V. Karliss (as 2nd Bar Boor), Wade Collings (as Jennifer's Partner), Cosie Costa (as Parking Attendant), Christine De Lisle (as Tony's Girlfriend), MacIntyre Dixon (as Bartender), Michael Durrell (as Bar Boor), Al Fann (voice of Sam), Harry Gold (as Mercedes Driver), Heidi Gold (as Blond with Carl), Nanci L. Hammond (as Marv's Dancing Partner), Luce Rains (as Swinger in Phone Booth), Howard Itzkowitz (as Transvestite), Osko Karaghossian (as Bouncer), Solomon Karriem (as Another Bouncer), Sheila MacKenzie (as Tony's Friend #3), J.W. Bear Martin (as Bouncer at Bobby's Booth), Shelly Parsons (as Tony's Other Girlfriend), Sherry Peterson (as Tony's Friend #2), Nicholas Shields (as Gorilla in Elevator), Vaya Warren (as Guy Who Cuts in on Jennifer), Richard Weinberg (as Bar Boy in Blue), Sandra Will (as Miss Negative), Jonathan Wynne (as Trooper)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: It's Friday and everyone is going to the hot new disco. The Commodores are scheduled to play if Floyd shows up with the instruments and Nicole dreams of becoming a disco star. Other characters are there to win the dance contest, or to put a little excitement into a fifth anniversary.

Grazie nonna DVD (1975)
Also known as: Ah mon petit puceau DVD (French title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Sexy, Comedy

Director: Marino Girolami

Cast: Edwige Fenech (as Marianna Persiquetti), Valerio Fioravanti (as Carletto Persiquetti), Enrico Simonetti (as Ingeniere Pino Persiquetti), Gianfranco D'Angelo (as Fra Domenico), Valeria Fabrizi (as Celeste), Graziella Mossini (as Marinella), Fabrizio Cardinali, Antonio Canterini, Andrea Petrucci, Alfredo Quadrelli, Loredana Bianchi, Sandra Barbani, Sergio Favati

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A telegram has just arrived ant the Persichette home in Italy. It seems that their late grandfather's second wife, Maria Juana, is traveling from Venezuela to Italy to visit her stepson and two grandchildren. The youngest of the boys is given the task of picking up grandma at the airport. Expecting an aged widow, he is stunned , amazed and aroused by the incredible beauty that awaits him.

Grazie tante arrivederci DVD (1977)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Sexy, Comedy

Director: Mauro Ivaldi

Cast: Carmen Villani (as Monica), Mario Scarpetta (as Lello), Vittorio Caprioli (as Casino Manager), Franca Valeri (as The Lady on the Bus), Gianfranco D'Angelo (as Faustino), Memmo Carotenuto (as Maresciallo), Giovanni Attanasio, Luigi Bonos, Aristide Caporale, Per Holgher, Marzio Honorato, Pierre Marfurt, Alberto Martelli, Girolamo Marzano, Nerina Montagnani, Giancarlo Pannese, Paolo Paoloni

Medium: DVD R/RW

Grazie zio ci provo anch'io DVD (1971)
Also known as: Carmen Boom DVD (Spanish title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Spanish

Genre(s): Comedy, Musical, Sexy

Director: Nick Nostro

Cast: Riccardo Garrone (as Agente X-15), Marujita Díaz (as Carmen), Margot Cottens, Franco Pesce (as Secondino Perez), Manolo Codeso, Fabián Conde, Erasmo Pascual, Mario Della Vigna, Carmen Martínez Sierra, Franco Marletta, José Bastida, José Canalejas, Antonio Jiménez Escribano, Antonio Orengo, Joe Kamel

Medium: DVD R/RW

Il grugnito dell'aquila DVD (1980)
Also known as: First Family DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Buck Henry

Cast: Bob Newhart (as President Manfred Link), William Sylvester (as TV Interviewer), Roger Bowen, Gilda Radner (as Gloria Link), Harry Gold, Larry Block, Jim McKrell, Julie Payne, Fred Willard (as Presidential Assistant Feebleman), Richard Benjamin (as Press Secretary Bunthorne), Bob Dishy (as Vice-President Shockley), Nicholas Shields, Bobby Porter (as Senator from Rhode Island), Madeline Kahn (as Constance Link), Julius Harris (as Ambassador Longo), Art Evans, Roger Aaron Brown, Eddie Short, Ernest Robinson, Fred Holliday, John Brent, Harvey Korman (as U.N. Ambassador Spender), Maurice Sherbanee (as Arab Delegate), Hany Ghorra, Bruce Kimmel (as UN Translator), June Kim, Ion Teodorescu, George Skaff, Eddie Zammit, Billy Beck, Roger Etienne, Chao Li Chi, Rip Torn (as JCS Chairman G. E. Dumpston), Bruce French, Miriam Flynn, Tony Plana, George J. Mahon, Ray Didsbury, Michael Francis Kelly, Philip Roth, Sarum Shatsmi Dance Troupe, Eleanor Zee, Austin Pendleton (as Dr. Alexander Grade), Ron Sossi, Richard Hande, Richard Karie, John Gowans, James Burr Johnson, Ben Meyer, Ben Sorensen, Dudley Knight (as Secretary of Defense Springfield), Lou Felder (as Secretary of State Reigle), Buck Henry (as Father Sandstone), Betty Palivoda, John Hancock (as President Mazai Kalundra), Sylvia Anderson, Dolores Sandoz, Maurie Sherd, Caroline Quitter, Richard Reicheg, Charles Bartlett, Fred Carney, Warren Munson, Jim Moody, Ruth Silveira, Raimund Pollard (as Motorcycle Cop , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

I guai di papà DVD (1964)
Also known as: A Global Affair DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Spanish

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Jack Arnold

Cast: Bob Hope (as Frank Larrimore), Michèle Mercier (as Lisette), Elga Andersen (as Yvette), Yvonne De Carlo (as Dolores), Miiko Taka (as Fumiko), Robert Sterling (as Randy Sterling), Nehemiah Persoff (as Under Secretary Segura), John McGiver (as Mr. Snifter), Jacques Bergerac (as Guy Duval), Mickey Shaughnessy (as Police Officer Dugan), Liselotte Pulver (as Sonya), Baby Monroe (as Nonnie), Rafer Johnson (as Nigerian Representative), Georgia Hayes (as Jean), Hugh Downs (as Himself - TV Newscaster), Billy Halop (as Cab Driver), Edmon Ryan (as Gavin), Martin Blaine (as Man), Ines Pedroza (as Man), Barbara Bouchet (as Woman), François Ruggieri (as Man), Reta Shaw (as Nurse Argyle), Voltaire Perkins (as Judge in Geneva), Jack Chefe (as Party Guest , uncredited), Booth Colman (as United Nations Delegate , uncredited), Edward Colmans (as Party Guest , uncredited), Richard H. Cutting (as Welland--U.N. Chief of Security , uncredited), Vic Dana (voice of Singer , uncredited), Francis De Sales (as U.S. Delegate , uncredited), Susan Hart (as Outraged Woman at Dog Show , uncredited), Rodolfo Hoyos Jr. (as Spanish Delegate , uncredited), Kenner G. Kemp (as Man at Dog Show , uncredited), Henry Kulky (as Charlie - Newsstand Proprietor , uncredited), Tanya Lemani (as Panja , uncredited), Lester Matthews (as British Delegate , uncredited), William Newell (as Waiter , uncredited), Jack Shea (as Dog Show Security Guard , uncredited), Adlai Stevenson (as Passerby , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: As an employee at the United Nations building in New York City, Bob Hope finds himself in charge of an infant abandoned at the UN. Besides being a bachelor trying to cope with an infant, he must determine which nationality the baby is to have since he was abandoned on international territory. Women from several countries appear at his doorstep trying to tempt him and to get him to choose their country.

Guardatele ma non toccatele DVD (1959)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Mario Mattoli

Cast: Ugo Tognazzi (as Maresciallo Valentino La Notte), Caprice Chantal (as Captain Rebecca O'Connor), Johnny Dorelli (as Tenente Altieri), Lynn Shaw (as Julia), Bice Valori (as Irma, moglie di La Notte), Corrado Pani (as Claudio, l'aviere), Liana Orfei (as Alison), Edy Vessel (as Maggie), Raimondo Vianello (as The Commanding Officer), Fred Buscaglione (as Himself), Bruce Cabot (as Collonnello Joe Charleston), Chelo Alonso (as Pepita Garcia), Giacomo Furia (as Edoardo Capuano), Tino Scotti (as Portiere d'albergo), Giampiero Littera (as aviere Adolfo Paniconi), Gino Buzzanca (as Maggiore), Enzo Garinei (as Aviere direttore orchestrina), Gianni Minervini (as Aiutante colonnello americano), Franco Andrei (as Aviere con chitarra), Tony Angeli (as Presentatore), Franco Silva (as Morris Blond), Nando Angelini (as Aviere meccanico), Angelo Piscinelli (as Giocoliere), Rik Van Nutter (as Charlie), Salvo Libassi (as Caporale), Clara Bindi (as The Hungry Lady , uncredited), Santo Versace (as Aviere addetto allo spaccio , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

La guardia del corpo DVD (1933)
Also known as: Her Bodyguard DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: William Beaudine

Cast: Edmund Lowe (as Casey McCarthy), Wynne Gibson (as Margot Brienne), Edward Arnold (as Orson Bitzer), Alan Dinehart (as Lester Cunningham), Marjorie White (as Lita), Johnny Hines (as Ballyhoo), Fuzzy Knight (as Danny Dare), Zoila Cana (as Miss Spook), Louise Beavers (as Margot's Maid), Arthur Housman (as Drunk), Lona Andre (as Hat Check Girl , uncredited), Don Brodie (as Hood , uncredited), James Burke (as Police Captain , uncredited), Harry Depp (as Dresser , uncredited), Bill Elliott (as Dance Extra , uncredited), Robert Gleckler (as Hood , uncredited), Harrison Greene (as Cunningham's Assistant , uncredited), Tenen Holtz (as Hood , uncredited), Wilfred Lucas (as Doorman , uncredited), Mary MacLaren (as Sales Clerk , uncredited), Frank O'Connor (as Train Conductor , uncredited), Hector Sarno (as Headwaiter , uncredited), Minerva Urecal (as Lingerie Clerk , uncredited), Blue Washington (as Chauffeur , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: The "sugar daddy" of a Broadway star hires a bodyguard to protect her from thieves out to steal the jewels he's given her and also from the attentions of other men, most notably the producer of the show in which she's starring. However, soon the bodyguard and the star begin to become attracted to each other.

Guardia guardia scelta brigadiere e maresciallo DVD (1956)
Also known as: Guardias de Roma (Spanish title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Mauro Bolognini

Cast: Alberto Sordi (as Guardia Alberto Randolfi), Peppino De Filippo (as Guardia Scelta Giuseppe Manganiello), Aldo Fabrizi (as Brigadiere Pietro Spaziani), Gino Cervi (as Maresciallo), Valeria Moriconi (as Maria Spaziani - Pietro's Daughter), Tiberio Mitri (as Sandro), Nino Manfredi (as Paolo), Alessandra Panaro (as Charlotte), Alvaro Strina (as Roberto Strinati), Ciccio Barbi (as French Tourist), Gina Amendola (as Pietro's Sister), Livia Venturini (as The Nun as a Car Driver), Lydia Johnson (as Madame Yolande), Memmo Carotenuto (as The Provoking Pedestrian), Oscar Blando (as The Scooterist with his Family), Mino Doro (as The Colonel as an Examiner), Anita Durante (as Carmela), Riccardo Garrone (as The Driver into No-Parking Area), Edoardo Nevola (as Tonino Spaziani), Mario De Simone (as City Policeman , uncredited), Guido Martufi (as The Boy on a Bicycle , uncredited), Marco Tulli (as The 'Ugly' City Policeman , uncredited), Giancarlo Zarfati (as The Scooterist's Son , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: This is the (funny) story of four agents of Roma traffic police in the '50s. Their life are crossed in affairs that often retire from mere job relationships. 'Guardia scelta' (special agent) Giuseppe tries to be a composer, he wants to write the anthem for the roman traffic police. 'Guardia'(agent) Alberto Randolfi has a too strong inclination to fine everyone and is dreaming about learning French. 'Brigadiere' (sergeant) Pietro Spaziali is busy looking at his little son Tonino and daughter Maria who is going to marry a boxer. The 'Maresciallo' (Marshal) tries to manage and solve all the troubles they often do.

Guardia ladro e cameriera (1958)
Also known as:: El guardia el ladrón y la camarera (Spanish title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Steno

Cast: Gabriella Pallotta (as Adalgisa Pellicciotti), Nino Manfredi (as Otello Cucchiaroni), Fausto Cigliano (as Amerigo Zappitelli), Bice Valori (as La Contessa), Luciano Salce (as Il Conte tedesco), Marco Guglielmi (as Franco), Gianni Minervini (as Un'Altra Guardia), Giampiero Littera (as Angelino), Salvo Libassi (as Gioacchino, il barista), Enzo Garinei (as Il Medico del P.S.), Mario De Simone (as Bacchino), Mario Carotenuto (as Il professore), Aldo Pini

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Otello, an amateur thief, tries a burglary on New Year Eve but he finds the maid Adalgisa in the supposedly empty house. Adalgisa likes Otello who, all things considered, is a good guy, unlike Amerigo the night watchman who tries to profit from the situation.

Guardie e ladri DVD (1951)
Also known as: Gendarmes et voleurs DVD (French title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy

Director: Mario Monicelli

Cast: Totò (as Ferdinando Esposito), Aldo Fabrizi (as Brigadiere Bottoni), Pina Piovani (as Esposito's Wife), Ave Ninchi (as Giovanna, Bottoni's Wife), Rossana Podestà (as Bottoni's Daughter), Ernesto Almirante (as Esposito's Father), Carlo Delle Piane (as Libero, Esposito's Son), William Tubbs (as Mr. Locuzzo, the Tourist), Gino Leurini (as Esposito's Brother-in-law), Mario Castellani (as Amilcare), Aldo Giuffrè (as Esposito's Partner), Armando Guarnieri, Pietro Carloni (as Commissario), Riccardo Antolini, Giulio Calì, Alida Cappellini, Rocco D'Assunta, Ettore Jannetti, Paolo Modugno, Gino Scotti, Luciano Bonanni (as Secondo barbiere , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

La guarnigione innamorata DVD (1937)
Also known as: 23 1/2 Hours Leave DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: John G. Blystone

Cast: James Ellison (as Sgt. Robert Gray), Terry Walker (as Peggy Markley), Morgan Hill (as Tommy), Arthur Lake (as Sgt. Turner), Paul Harvey (as Gen. Markley), Wally Maher (as Sgt. Beans Banning), Andy Andrews (as Sgt. Jake Solomon), Murray Alper (as Sgt. Schultz), Pat Gleason (as Sgt. Squibb), John Kelly (as Sgt. Tubbs), Russell Hicks (as Capt. Barker), Ward Bond (as Top Sgt. Burke), Frank Darien (as Elevator Operator , uncredited), Sam Flint (as Chief of Police , uncredited), Bud Geary (as Gate Sentry , uncredited), Harrison Greene (as J. Brown , uncredited), George Magrill (as Waiter - Soldier , uncredited), Jim Mason (as Army Cook , uncredited), Ivan Miller (as Captain Burns , uncredited), Frank O'Connor (as Policeman , uncredited), Jack Pennick (as Sgt. Johnson , uncredited), Harry Tenbrook (as Stockage Sergeant , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Army training Sgt. Gray makes a bet that he can get himself invited to breakfast with his commanding officer, General Markley. But he gets into an unhappy tangle with a couple of enemy spies (and a happy tangle with the general's daughter) before the bet is finally decided.

Guendalina DVD (1957)
Also known as: La Guendalina DVD (Spanish title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Alberto Lattuada

Cast: Jacqueline Sassard (as Guendalina Redaelli), Raf Mattioli (as Oberdan Pancani), Sylva Koscina (as Francesca Redalli, madre di Guendalina), Raf Vallone (as Guido Redaelli, padre di Guendalina), Leda Gloria (as Madre di Oberdan), Lili Cerasoli (as Bianchina Norman), Fanny Landini (as Attilia, la cameriera), Loretta Capitoli (as Ragazzina sorda), Leonardo Botta (as Gianluca), Antonio Mambretti (as Industriale), Flavia Solivani (as Italia, sorella di Oberdan), Tonino Cianci (as Primo ragazzo in macchina), Enzo Cerusico (as Postino), Giancarlo Cobelli (as Memo, il barbiere), Decimo Cristiani (as Secondo ragazzo in macchina), Fiorella Lavelli, Titti Fabiani, Nadia Scarpitta, Piero Malò, Emanuele Pantanella, Geronimo Meynier (as Ragazzo al mare), Donatella Bardzky, Carla Gravina (as Amica di Guendalina), Fiammetta Lovatelli, Patrizia Lari (as Ragazza al mare), Patrizia Tosi

Medium: DVD R/RW

Guerra amore e fuga DVD (1968)
Also known as: The Secret War of Harry Frigg dvd (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, War

Director: Jack Smight

Cast: Paul Newman (as Pvt. Harry Frigg), Sylva Koscina (as Countess Francesca De Montefiore), Andrew Duggan (as Gen. Newton Armstrong), Tom Bosley (as Gen. Roscoe Pennypacker), John Williams (as Gen. Francis Mayhew), Charles Gray (as Gen. Adrian Cox-Roberts), Vito Scotti (as Col. Enrico Ferrucci), Jacques Roux (as Gen. Andre Rochambeau), Werner Peters (as Maj. von Steignitz), James Gregory (as Gen. Homer Prentiss), Fabrizio Mioni (as Lt. Rossano), Johnny Haymer (as Sgt. Pozzallo), Norman Fell (as Capt. Stanley), Buck Henry (as Stockade Commandant), Horst Ebersberg (as Lt. Gruber), Richard X. Slattery (as MP Sergeant), George Ives (as Major)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: When 5 allied generals are captured in Italy in WW II, it is a propaganda nightmare for the Allies. The generals are all 1 star and refuse to take orders from each other in order to plan an escape. Harry Frigg is a private who has escaped from the guard house dozens of times. He is promoted to Major General (2 stars) and ordered to get the generals out once he is captured. Harry is willing to escape, but then he meets the countess ...

La guerra dei bottoni DVD (1962)
Also known as: iLa guerre des boutons DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Yves Robert

Cast: Jacques Dufilho (as L'Aztec's father), Yvette Etiévant (as Lebrac's mother), Michel Galabru (as Bacaillé's father), Michèle Méritz (as L'Aztec's mother), Jean Richard (as Lebrac's father), Pierre Tchernia (as Bédouin), Pierre Trabaud (as School teacher), Claude Confortès (as Nestor the postman), Paul Crauchet (as Touegueule), Henri Labussière (as A countryman), Yves Peneau (as Le préfet des études / The prefect), Robert Rollis (as Le père de 'Migue la Lune' / Migue la lune's father), Louisette Rousseau (as Bacaillé's mother), Claude Bourseiller, Tsilla Chelton, Claude Meunier (as Bacaillé), Jean-Paul Queret (as Bacaillé), François Boyer (as The priest , uncredited), Marie-Catherine Faburel (as Marie-Tintin , uncredited), Michel Isella (as L'Aztec , uncredited), François Lartigue (as Grand Gibus , uncredited), Martin Lartigue (as Petit Gibus , uncredited), André Treton (as Lebrac , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

La guerra dei topless DVD (1964)
Also known as: Donne e diavoli DVD (alternative title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Enzo Di Gianni

Cast: Denny Durano, Gianni Bandi, Nunzio Filogamo, Stevenson Lang, Flally Holiday, Sonja Romanoff, Blance Gallay, Susan Kahan, Noemi Lenz, Betty Britt, Monique Montez, Ira King, Moa Tahi, Kiko Gonçalves, Giovanni Vari, Luciano Fineschi, Manuel Medina, Rosa Della Monica

Medium: DVD R/RW

Guerra di valzer DVD (1933)
Also known as: Walzerkrieg DVD (original title)

Country: Germany

Spoken Languages: German

Genre(s): Musical, Comedy

Director: Ludwig Berger

Cast: Renate Müller (as Kati Lanner), Willy Fritsch (as Pauker Gustl), Paul Hörbiger (as Joseph Lanner), Anton Walbrook (as Johann Strauß), Rosi Barsony (as Ilonka), Theo Lingen (as Sir Phillips), Hanna Waag (as Queen Viktoria), Trude Brionne (as Katis Freundin Susi), Karel Stepanek (as Kellner Leopold), Heinz von Cleve (as Albert von Coburg), Hugo Flink (as Der Wirt), Hansjörg Adolfi (as Der Richter), Ossy Kratz-Corell (as 1. Piccolo), Bert Schmidt-Moris (as 2. Piccolo), Tommy Thomas (as 3. Piccolo), Max Ralph-Ostermann

Medium: DVD R/RW

Guerra fredda e pace calda DVD (1960)
Also known as: Bottoms Up DVD (original title)

Country: UK

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Mario Zampi

Cast: Jimmy Edwards (as Professor Jim Edwards), Arthur Howard (as Oliver Pettigrew), Martita Hunt (as Lady Gore-Willoughby), Sydney Tafler (as Sid Biggs), Raymond Huntley (as Garrick-Jones), Reginald Beckwith (as Bishop Wendover), Vanda Hudson (as Matron), Melvyn Hayes (as Cecil Biggs), John Mitchell (as Wendover), Donald Hewlett (as Hamley), Richard Briers (as Colbourne), Neil Wilson (as Hackforth), Gordon Phillott (as Dinwiddie), John Wilder (as Roebuck), Graham Tonbridge (as Pelbrook), Paul Castaldini (as Prince Hassid), George Pastell (as Swarthy Man), George Selway (as 1st Man), Richard Shaw (as 2nd Man), John Stuart (as Police Officer), Ed Devereaux (as Policeman , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A Professor trying to control a school full of naughty boys.

La guerra lampo dei fratelli Marx DVD (1933)
Also known as: Duck Soup DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Musical

Director: Leo McCarey

Cast: The Marx Brothers, Groucho Marx (as Rufus T. Firefly), Harpo Marx (as Pinky), Chico Marx (as Chicolini), Zeppo Marx (as Bob Roland), Margaret Dumont (as Mrs. Teasdale), Raquel Torres (as Vera Marcal), Louis Calhern (as Trentino), Edmund Breese (as Zander), Leonid Kinskey (as Agitator), Charles Middleton (as Prosecutor), Edgar Kennedy (as Street Vendor), Edward Arnold (as Politician , uncredited), Wade Boteler (as Officer at Battle Headquarters , uncredited), Sidney Bracey (as Mrs. Teasdale's Butler , uncredited), E.H. Calvert (as Officer in Battle Sequence , uncredited), Davison Clark (as Minister of Finance #2 , uncredited), Louise Closser Hale (as Reception Guest , uncredited), Carrie Daumery (as Reception Guest , uncredited), Mario Dominici (as Minister , uncredited), Maude Turner Gordon (as Reception Guest , uncredited), Verna Hillie (as Trentino's Blonde Secretary , uncredited), Edward LeSaint (as Secretary of Labor , uncredited), George MacQuarrie (as First Judge , uncredited), Edwin Maxwell (as Freedonia's Secretary. of War #1 , uncredited), Eric Mayne (as Third Judge , uncredited), Edmund Mortimer (as Minister , uncredited), Dennis O'Keefe (as Bridegroom at Firefly's Reception , uncredited), Leo Sulky (as Agitator , uncredited), Frederick Sullivan (as Second Judge , uncredited), Dale Van Sickel (as A Palace Guard , uncredited), Florence Wix (as Reception Guest , uncredited), William Worthington (as First Minister of Finance , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: The small state of Freedonia is in a financial mess, borrowing a huge sum of cash from wealthy widow Mrs. Teasdale. She insists on replacing the current president with crazy Rufus T. Firefly and mayhem erupts. To make matters worse, the neighboring state sends inept spies Chicolini and Pinky to obtain top secret information, creating even more chaos!

La guerra privata del maggiore Benson DVD (1955)
Also known as: The Private War of Major Benson DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Family, Romance

Director: Jerry Hopper

Cast: Charlton Heston (as Maj. Bernard R. 'Barney' Benson), Julie Adams (as Dr. Kay Lambert), William Demarest (as John), Tim Hovey (as Cadet Thomas 'Tiger' Flaherty), Nana Bryant (as Mother Redempta), Tim Considine (as Cadet Lt. Gerald Hibler), Sal Mineo (as Cadet Col. Sylvester Dusik), Milburn Stone (as Maj. Gen. Wilton J. Ramsey), Mary Field (as Sister Mary Theresa), Joey D. Vieira (as Cadet Cpl. Scawalski), Gary Pagett (as Cadet Lt. Molony), Mickey Little (as Cadet Lt. Hanratty), Don Haggerty (as Harold Hibler), David Janssen (as Young Lieutenant), Richard H. Cutting (as Monsignor Collins), Mary Alan Hokanson (as Sister Mary Thomasina), Butch Jones (as Cadet Capt. Petri), Yvonne Peattie (as Mrs. Hibler), Kay Stewart (as Mrs. Flaherty), Anne Barton (as Miss Carter , uncredited), Steven Benson (as Cadet , uncredited), Madge Blake (as Woman at Airport , uncredited), Alfred Caiazza (as Cadet Lt. Morelli , uncredited), Margaret Campbell (as Mrs. Corrigan , uncredited), Taggart Casey (as Mr. Hanratty , uncredited), James Conaty (as R.O.T.C. Drill Observer , uncredited), William Forrest (as Lt. General De Bay , uncredited), Russell Gaige (as Colonel Marvin , uncredited), Jack Gardner (as Mr. Corrigan , uncredited), Sue George (as Nancy , uncredited), Raymond Giarrusso (as Ritchie , uncredited), Marc Hamilton (as Bus Ticket Clerk , uncredited), Jimmy Karath (as Cadet Lt. Netcher , uncredited), Jess Kirkpatrick (as Priest , uncredited), Mike Mahoney (as Airline Gate Attendant , uncredited), Ann Morriss (as Miss Dunne , uncredited), Ralph Neff (as Cook , uncredited), Bob Nelson (as Captain Duffield , uncredited), Voltaire Perkins (as Colonel Holt , uncredited), Thorpe Whiteman (as Cadet Lt. Walworth , uncredited), Stephen Wootton (as Michaels , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A Major noted for advancing with his mouth before thinking is given a choice: to be drummed out of the Army, or take command of and shape up the ROTC program at Sheridan Academy before it fails its next inspection. At Sheridan he encounters three hundred pre-teen cadets who range from rascally to adorable, and a female doctor who has just the right prescription for him.

Il guerriero DVD (1930)
Also known as: Doughboys DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, War

Director: Edward Sedgwick

Cast: Buster Keaton (as Elmer), Sally Eilers (as Mary), Cliff Edwards (as Nescopeck), Edward Brophy (as Sgt. Brophy), Victor Potel (as Svendenburg), Arnold Korff (as Gustave), Frank Mayo (as Capt. Scott), Pitzy Katz (as Abie Cohn), William Steele (as Lt. . Randolph), John Carroll (as Doughboy in Elmer's Squad , uncredited), Ann Dvorak (as Chorine , uncredited), Tiny Sandford (as Bit , uncredited), Ann Sothern (as Chorine , uncredited), Harry Strang (as Induction Clerk , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Elmer, rich society loafer, falls for Mary, but she'll have nothing to do with him until (mistakenly thinking that he's hiring a new chauffeur) he accidentally volunteers for the army. Luckily, Mary's signed up to entertain the troops. Unluckily, Elmer's sergeant likes Mary, too. And worst of all, they're all about to ship out for France.

Il gufo e la gattina DVD (1970)
Also known as: The Owl and the Pussycat DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Herbert Ross

Cast: Barbra Streisand (as Doris), George Segal (as Felix), Robert Klein (as Barney), Allen Garfield (as Dress Shop Proprietor), Roz Kelly (as Eleanor), Jacques Sandulescu (as Rapzinsky), Jack Manning (as Mr. Weyderhaus), Grace Carney (as Mrs. Weyderhaus), Barbara Anson (as Miss Weyderhaus), Kim Chan (as Theatre Cashier), Stan Gottlieb (as Coatcheck Man), Joe Madden (as Old Man Neighbor), Fay Sappington (as Old Woman Neighbor), Ken Adam (as Middle-Aged Man , uncredited), Tom Atkins (as Kid in Car , uncredited), Dominic Barto (as Man in Bar , uncredited), Stan Bryant (as Kid in Car , uncredited), Trent Gough (as Old Man , uncredited), Buck Henry (as Man Looking Through Doubleday's Bookstore , uncredited), Marshall Ward (as Kid in Car , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Can a bickering odd couple in Manhattan become friends and maybe more? Owlish Felix is an unpublished writer who vents his frustration by reporting to the super that the woman in a neighboring flat takes the occasional payment for sex. She's Doris, more wildcat than pussycat, and when Felix's peeping-tom-tattle-tale routine gets her bounced from her apartment, she knocks at his door at 3 AM, aggressive and ticked off. They yell, lose another apartment, and pick up where they left off in a friend's flat and beyond. Dancing by the light of the moon seems unlikely for this owl and pussycat.

Una guida per l'uomo sposato DVD (1967)
Also known as: A Guide for the Married Man DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance

Director: Gene Kelly

Cast: Walter Matthau (as Paul Manning), Inger Stevens (as Ruth Manning), Sue Ane Langdon (as Mrs. Irma Johnson), Jackie Russell (as Miss Harris, Manning's Secretary), Robert Morse (as Edward L. 'Ed' Stander), Aline Towne (as Mousey Man's Wife), Claire Kelly (as Harriet Stander), Eve Brent (as Joe X's Blowsy Blonde), Marvin Brody (as Taxi Driver), Majel Barrett (as Mrs. Fred V.), Marian Mason (as Mrs. Rance G.), Tommy Farrell (as Rance G.'s Hanger On), Linda Harrison (as Miss Stardust, Rance's New Girl), Jason Wingreen (as Harry 'Big Fella' Johnson), Pat Becker (as Party Guest), Fred Holliday (as Party Guest), Robert Patten (as Party Guest), Dee Carroll (as Party Guest), Ray Montgomery (as Party Guest), Jackie Joseph (as Janet Brophy, Party Guest), Heather Young (as Girl with Megaphone), Evelyn King (as Female Plaintiff), Nancy DeCarl (as Woman with Baby), Warrene Ott (as Woman with Gun), Michael Romanoff (as Romanoff's Maitre'd), Karen Arthur (as Lady Dinner Partner at Romanoff's), Damian London (as Lone Male Diner at Romanoff's), Chanin Hale (as Miss Crenshaw), Julie Tate (as Woman in bed at Banner Motel), George N. Neise (as Man in bed at Banner Motel), Tim Herbert (as Shoe Clerk), Patricia Sides (as Mau Mau Dancer at Bantu Cusine), Pat McCaffrie (as Happy Hour Motel Clerk), Jimmy Cross (as Mr. Brown, Clara's Husband), Elaine Devry (as Jocelyn Montgomery the Rich Divorcee), Virginia Wood (as Bubbles), Lucille Ball (as Technical Adviser, Mrs. Joe X), Jack Benny (as Technical Adviser, Ollie 'Sweet Lips'), Polly Bergen (as Technical Adviser, Clara Brown), Joey Bishop (as Technical Adviser, Charlie), Sid Caesar (as Technical Adviser, at Romanoff's), Art Carney (as Technical Adviser, Joe X), Wally Cox (as Technical Adviser, Married 14 years), Jayne Mansfield (as Technical Adviser, Girl with Harold), Hal March (as Technical Adviser, Man who loses coat), Louis Nye (as Technical Adviser, Irving, House Buyer), Carl Reiner (as Technical Adviser, Rance G.), Phil Silvers (as Technical Advisor, Realtor), Terry-Thomas (as Technical Adviser, Harold aka Tiger), Ben Blue (as Technical Adviser, Shoeless), Ann Morgan Guilbert (as Technical Adviser, Charlie's Wife), Jeffrey Hunter (as Technical Adviser, Mountain Climber), Marty Ingels (as Technical Adviser, Meat Eater), Sam Jaffe (as Technical Adviser, Shrink), Sanita Pelkey, Robert Aiken (as Ticket Clerk , uncredited), Jutta D'Arcy (as Mother , uncredited), Mickey Deems (as Waiter , uncredited), Cherie Foster (as Mother in Toreador Pants , uncredited), Maureen Gaffney (as Bridge Player , uncredited), Joy Harmon (as Party Girl in Bar , uncredited), Sharyn Hillyer (as Zelda , uncredited), Bobbi Jordan (as Waitress , uncredited), Gregg Lally (as One of Ed's Sons , uncredited), Jeff Lally (as One of Ed's Sons , uncredited), Michael Mark (as Shoeshine Man , uncredited), Walter Maslow (as Photographer , uncredited), Dick McAuliffe (as Man in Tennis Club Locker Room , uncredited), Larry McCormick (as Maitre D' , uncredited), Leo Needham (as Studio Policeman , uncredited), Gene O'Donnell (as Photographer , uncredited), Angelique Pettyjohn (as Girl on Wilshire Blvd. , uncredited), Eddie Quillan (as Cologne Salesman , uncredited), Rita Rogers (as Girl on Wilshire Blvd. , uncredited), Paul Sorensen (as Detective , uncredited), Hal Taggart (as Diner at Romanoff's , uncredited), Darlene Tompkins (as Bosomy Blonde , uncredited), Corinna Tsopei (as Girl on Wilshire Blvd. , uncredited), Dale Van Sickel (as Driver , uncredited), Charles Wagenheim (as Man in Steam Room , uncredited), Delores Wells (as Very Attractive Woman , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Ha da veni' DVD (1940)
Also known as: He Stayed for Breakfast DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Alexander Hall

Cast: Loretta Young (as Marianna Duval), Melvyn Douglas (as Paul Boliet), Alan Marshal (as Andre Dorlay), Eugene Pallette (as Maurice Duval), Una O'Connor (as Doreta), Curt Bois (as Comrade Tronavich), Leonid Kinskey (as Comrade Nicky), Trevor Bardette (as Police lieutenant), Grady Sutton (as Salesman), Frank Sully (as Butcher), Evelyn Young (as Secretary), Ethelreda Leopold (as Secretary), Ernie Adams (as Workman , uncredited), George Beranger (as Maitre d'hotel , uncredited), William Castle (as Policeman , uncredited), Edward Colebrook (as Busboy , uncredited), Vernon Dent (as Chef , uncredited), Jack Douglas (as Gendarme , uncredited), Henry Hale (as Police Lieutenant , uncredited), Joseph Kamaryt (as Waiter , uncredited), Jack Low (as Communist , uncredited), George Burr Macannan (as Communist Vice President , uncredited), Walter Merrill (as Guard , uncredited), Art Miles (as Communist , uncredited), Leonard Mudie (as Communist Secretary , uncredited), Ferdinand Munier (as Cafe Proprietor , uncredited), William Newell (as Waiter , uncredited), Nestor Paiva (as Gendarme , uncredited), Jack Raymond (as Communist , uncredited), Guy Repp (as Headwaiter , uncredited), Jack Rice (as Marianne's Chauffeur , uncredited), Harry Semels (as Comrade , uncredited), Robert St. Angelo (as Communist , uncredited), Charles Wagenheim (as Timid Waiter , uncredited), Frederick Worlock (as Communist President , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Ha fatto 13 DVD (1951)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Carlo Manzoni

Cast: Carlo Croccolo (as Mario Rossi), Riccardo Billi (as Himself), Mario Riva (as Himself), Antonella Lualdi (as Mirella), Virgilio Riento (as Cav. Brusaglia), Nyta Dover, Giulio Stival (as Direttore dell'hotel), Nerio Bernardi, Anna Carena, Beniamino Maggio (as Fattorino dell'hotel), Guglielmo Barnabò (as Comm. Mario Rossi), Annamaria Bugliari, Bruno Corelli, Lilly Drago, Lilly Greco, Edmea Lari, Silvana Pampanini, Camillo Pilotto, Franca Rame, Flora Torrigiani, Marco Tulli, Pino Vidale, Lina Volonghi

Medium: DVD R/RW

Hai mai provato in una valigia? DVD (1973)
Also known as: La valise DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: French

Genre(s): Comedy, Adventure

Director: Georges Lautner

Cast: Mireille Darc (as Françoise), Michel Constantin (as Capt. Augier), Jean-Pierre Marielle (as Major Bloch), Amidou (as Le lieutenant Abdul Fouad), Robert Dalban (as Mercier), Raoul Saint-Yves (as L'ambassadeur), El Kebir, Bernard Fontaine, Jean Luisi, Charly Bravo, Jesus Fernandez, Jean Lefebvre (as Le bagagiste / Baggage Man), Michel Galabru (as Baby), Leila Sheir (as (uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A beautifull and thoroughly modern young French women, Francoise, gets involved with an Israeli agent working in Lybia. The agent is exposed and in order to save his life, he has to be smuggled out of the country in a trunk ("valise"). Francoise and the agent get through a lot of turbulent adventures, in the process of which the thoroughly liberated young woman also seduces a Lybian agent and an Egyptian officer, who also fall wildly in love with here. Resolute Francoise stays in control of the situation and imposes a kind of peaceful coexistence on her three lovers.

Half human DVD (1958)
Also known as: Abominable Snowman DVD (alternative title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Horror, Sci-Fi

Director: Kenneth G. Crane

Cast: John Carradine (as Dr. John Rayburn), Momoko Kôchi (as The Girl), Akira Takarada (as The Boy), Akemi Negishi (as The Mountain Girl), Russell Thorson (as Prof. Philip Osborne), Robert Karnes (as Prof. Alan Templeton), Sachio Sakai (as Third Member of Ski Party), Nobuo Nakamura (as Prof. Tanaka), Kokuten Kôdô (as Old Tribe Leader), Morris Ankrum (as Dr. Carl Jordan), Kenji Kasahara (as Murdered Skier , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Subtitles: Italian


Plot: Japanese villagers worship a monster and his son who live in an island cave. Some circus people hear about them, go to the island to capture the monster and wind up shooting its son. Then the trouble starts.

Hanno rubato le chiappe di Afrodite DVD (1979)
Also known a: On a volé la cuisse de Jupiter DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: French

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Philippe de Broca

Cast: Annie Girardot (as Lise Tanquerelle), Philippe Noiret (as Antoine Lemercier), Francis Perrin (as Charles-Hubert Pochet), Catherine Alric (as Agnès Pochet), Marc Dudicourt (as Spiratos), Paulette Dubost (as La mère de Lise), Roger Carel (as Sacharias, le conservateur), Anna Gaylor (as La femme du touriste français), Gabriel Cattand (as Le maire), Philippe Brizard (as Le touriste français), Nikos Tsachiridis, Nikos Dafnis, Vasilis Kolovos (as L'inspecteur de police)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Antoine, a professor of Greek, and Lise, a police inspector, honeymoon in Greece. There they meet a young couple, Charles, an archaeologist, and Agnes, a dishy flirt. Charles unearths the lovely buttocks of a classical statue and is determined to donate it to the Louvre. Agnes wants to sell it and gets a handsome local sailor to take it for an appraisal. When the sailor is murdered, the police suspect Charles and arrest Antoine as his accomplice. Lise swings into action, but before she can clear the men, Agnes springs them from jail, and now Lise must help them elude the police, find the real murderer, and recover the statue fragment. More art goes missing. What is the statue's secret?

Hanno rubato un tram DVD (1954)
Also known as: Giovinezza scapigliata DVD (alternative title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Aldo Fabrizi

Cast: Aldo Fabrizi (as Cesare Mancini), Carlo Campanini (as Bernasconi), Juan de Landa (as Rossi), Lucia Banti (as Marcella), Lia Reiner (as Teresa), Mimo Billi (as Caposervizio), Alvaro Alvisi (as Fidanzato di Marcella), Oreste Biavati (as Avvocato), Bruno Corelli (as Pretore), Fernanda Giordani (as Suocera), Libero Grandi, Armando Guatti, Zoe Incrocci, Bruno Lanzarini (as Pubblico Ministero), Leontina Zucchelli (as Noleggiatrice di biciclette)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Hans Brinker e i pattini d'argento DVD (1958)
Also known as: Hans Brinker and the Silver Skates DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Sidney Lumet

Cast: Florence Anglin (as Hilda), Dick Button (as Peter Van Gleck), Matt Crowley (as Old Man), John Fiedler (as Vollenhoven), Frances Gaar (as Nurse), Martha Greenhouse (as Housekeeper), Luke Halpin (as Boy), Blair Heimbach (as Carl), Tab Hunter (as Hans Brinker), Peggy King (as Rychie Van Gleck), Carmen Mathews (as Mevrouw Van Gleck), Jarmila Novotna (as Dame Brinker), Jana Pearce (as Lucretia), Basil Rathbone (as Dr. Boekman), Ralph Roberts (as Raff Brinker), Paul Robertson (as Pote Van Gleck), Eleanor Sommers (as Trinka Brinker)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Happy days la banda dei fiori di pesco DVD (1974)
Also known as: The Lord's of Flatbush DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy, Romance

Director: Martin Davidson

Cast: Perry King (as David 'Chico' Tyrell), Sylvester Stallone (as Stanley Rosiello), Henry Winkler (as Butchey Weinstein), Paul Mace (as Wimpy Murgalo), Susan Blakely (as Jane Bradshaw), Maria Smith (as Frannie Malincanico), Renee Paris (as Annie Yuckamanelli), Paul Jabara (as Crazy Cohen), Bruce Reed (as Mike Mambo), Frank Stiefel (as Arnie Levine), Martin Davidson (as Mr. Birnbaum), Joe Stern (as Eddie), Ruth Klinger (as Mrs. Tyrell), Joan Neuman (as Miss Molina), Dolph Sweet (as Mr. Rosiello), Antonia Rey (as Mrs. Rosiello), Lou Byrne (as Mrs. Pat Bradshaw), Bill Van Sleet (as Mr. Bradshaw), Margaret Bauer (as Nancy Bradshaw), Rose Rothman (as Mrs. Malincanico), Lillian Davidson (as Mah Jong Player), Ann Lefkowitz (as Mah Jong Player), Florence Schissler (as Mah Jong Player), Mildred Deutsch (as Mah John Player), Ray Sharkey (as Student / Wedding Guest), Geraldine Smith (as Student), Darryl Peck (as Student), Bernie Hiller (as Student), Caren Kaye (as Student), Phyllis Gibbs (as Student), Helen Calahan (as Student), Dana Foley (as Student), Barbara Foley (as Student), Thomas Clarke (as Student), Bonnie Sylvano (as Student), Linda Troiano (as Student), Mark Flanagan (as Student), Linda Lanna (as Student), Tia Millman (as Student), Armand Assante (as Wedding Guest), George Goomishian (as Wedding Guest), Arlene Gelb (as Wedding Guest), Jamie Gelb (as Wedding Guest), Stacy Gelb (as Wedding Guest), Peter Mintz (as Wedding Guest), Tom Bauer (as Wedding Guest), David Stein (as Wedding Guest), Ralph Rogers Trio (as Wedding Band), Joseph Stern (as Eddie The Drug Store Clerk), Monica Dizozza (as Wedding Guest , uncredited), Peter Dizozza (as Wedding Guest , uncredited), Burt Lancaster (as Himself - Actor in From Here to Eternity , archive footage, uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A group of kids in Brooklyn form a gang. From this moment on they do everything together. This makes things easier but at the same time they have to face new problems.

L'harem DVD (1967)
Also known as: Harem DVD (English title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy, Crime

Director: Marco Ferreri

Cast: Carroll Baker (as Margherita), Gastone Moschin (as Gianni), Renato Salvatori (as Gaetano), Michel Le Royer (as Mike), William Berger (as Mario), Clotilde Sakaroff, George Hilton (as (uncredited), John Phillip Law (as (uncredited), Ugo Tognazzi (as Himself , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A seductive woman pushes three men to the limits toying with their sexual desires and male pride.

Harlem detectives DVD (1972)
Also known as: Come Back Charleston Blue DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Action, Comedy

Director: Mark Warren

Cast: Godfrey Cambridge (as Gravedigger Jones), Raymond St. Jacques (as Coffin Ed Johnson), Peter De Anda (as Joe), Percy Rodrigues (as Bryce), Jonelle Allen (as Carol), Maxwell Glanville (as Caspar), Minnie Gentry (as Her Majesty), Dick Sabol (as Jarema), Leonardo Cimino (as Frank Mago), Toney Brealond (as Drag Queen), Tim Pelt (as Earl J), Marcia McBroom (as Girl Barber), Darryl Knibb (as Douglas), Joseph Ray (as Bubba), Adam Wade (as Benjy), Dorothi Fox (as Streetwalker), Steve Vignari (as Monsignor), Teddy Wilson (as Cemetery Guard), Harold Gaetano (as Horsecart Vendor), Ethel Ayler (as Matron at Ball), Jerle Moore (as Little Girl), George Fairley (as Pigfoot Baker), Charles McGregor (as Fatback), Philip Michael Thomas (as Minister), Lee Steele (as Chef), Al Fann (as M.C), Lou David (as Lou Calabreze), Frank Piazza (as Ruby Max), Willie Moore (as Stumpy), Dexter Westbrook (as Highpost), Reeta White (as Tamu), Carla Edwards (as Mafia Lady , uncredited), Al Kirk (as Sanitation Engineer , uncredited), Floyd Levine (as Truck Driver , uncredited), Mitchell Smith (as Joe's Bodyguard , uncredited), Sterling St. Jacques (as Guest at Ball , uncredited), Alyce Webb (as Mistress of Ceremonies , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Sequel to Cotton comes to Harlem. Another bad influence is hitting Harlem and Gravedigger and Coffin Ed are the two cops who will stop it. Charleston Blue was a prohibition era black gangster, dead 4 decades. When he seems to have reappeared, once again slitting throats with his Blue straight edge razors, the two cops begin a complicated search for some answers.

Harold e Maude DVD (1971)
Also known as: Harold and Maude DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy

Director: Hal Ashby

Cast: Ruth Gordon (as Maude), Bud Cort (as Harold), Vivian Pickles (as Mrs. Chasen), Cyril Cusack (as Glaucus), Charles Tyner (as Uncle Victor), Ellen Geer (as Sunshine Doré), Eric Christmas (as Priest), G. Wood (as Psychiatrist), Judy Engles (as Candy Gulf), Shari Summers (as Edith Phern), Tom Skerritt (as Motorcycle Officer), Susan Madigan (as Girlfriend), Ray K. Goman (as Police Officer), Gordon Devol (as Police Officer), Harvey Brumfield (as Police Officer), Henry Dieckoff (as Butler), Philip Schultz (as Doctor), Sonia Sorel (as Head Nurse), Margot Jones (as Student Nurse), Barry Higgins (as Intern), Hal Ashby (as Bearded Man Watching Model Train , uncredited), Michael L. Davis (as Policeman , uncredited, unconfirmed), Marjorie Eaton (as Madame Arouet , uncredited), William Lucking (as Policeman , uncredited), Jerry Randall (as (uncredited), Cat Stevens (as Man in Front of Maude at Funeral , uncredited, unconfirmed)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Self-destructive and needy but wealthy teenager Harold is obsessed with death and spends his leisure time attending funerals, watching the demolition of buildings, visiting junkyards, simulating suicides trying to get the attention of his indifferent, snobbish and egocentric mother, and having sessions with his psychologist. When Harold meets the anarchic seventy-nine-year-old Maude at a funeral, they become friends and the old lady discloses other perspectives of the cycle of life for him. Meanwhile, his mother enlists him in a dating service and tries to force him to join the army. On the day of Maude's eightieth birthday, Harold proposes to her but he finds the truth about life at the end of hers.

Harry e Tonto DVD (1974)
Also known as: Harry and Tonto (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy, Adventure, Romance

Director: Paul Mazursky

Cast: Art Carney (as Harry Coombes), René Enríquez (as Jesús - Deli Manager), Herbert Berghof (as Jacob Rivetowski), Michael McCleery (as Mugger), Avon Long (as Leroy), Rashel Novikoff (as Mrs. Rothman), Philip Bruns (as Burt Coombes), Cliff De Young (as Burt Coombes Jr.), Josh Mostel (as Norman Coombes), Dolly Jonah (as Elaine Coombes), Sybil Bowan (as Old Landlady), Joe Madden (as Panhandler), Bette Howard (as Morgue Clerk), Patricia Fay (as Airport Security Woman), Muriel Beerman (as Taxi Driver), Louis Guss (as Dominic Santosi), Clint Young (as Greyhound Bus Driver), Cliff Norton (as Nick Lewis - Used Car Dealer), Melanie Mayron (as Ginger), Michael Butler (as Hitchhiker), Letitia Toole (as Wrong Jessie Stone), W. Benson Terry (as Mr. Stone), Gregg Harris (as Mr. Stone's Grandson), Mike Nussbaum (as Old Age Home Clerk), Geraldine Fitzgerald (as Jessie Stone), Ellen Burstyn (as Shirley Mallard), Arthur Hunnicutt (as Wade Carlton), Barbara Rhoades (as Stephanie), Philip Roth (as Vegas Gambler), Chief Dan George (as Sam Two Feathers), Larry Hagman (as Eddie Coombes), Andre Philippe (as Chess Player), Anatol Winogradoff (as Anatol), Sally Marr (as Celia), Tonto (as Tonto), Paul Mazursky (as Prostitute , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Harry is a retired teacher in his 70s living in the Upper West Side of New York City where his late wife and he raised his children--where he's lived all his life. When the building he lives in is torn down to make way for a parking garage, Harry and his beloved cat Tonto begin a journey across the United States, visiting his children, seeing a world he never seemed to have the time to see before, making new friends, and saying goodbye to old friends.

Hello Dolly DVD (1969)
Also known as: Hello Dolly DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance, Musical

Director: Gene Kelly

Cast: Barbra Streisand (as Dolly Levi), Walter Matthau (as Horace Vandergelder), Michael Crawford (as Cornelius Hackl), Marianne McAndrew (as Irene Molloy), Danny Lockin (as Barnaby Tucker), E.J. Peaker (as Minnie Fay), Joyce Ames (as Ermengarde), Tommy Tune (as Ambrose Kemper), Judy Knaiz (as Gussie Granger), David Hurst (as Rudolph Reisenweber), Fritz Feld (as Rudolph's Assistant), Richard Collier (as Vandergelder's Barber), J. Pat O'Malley (as Policeman in Park), Louis Armstrong (as Orchestra Leader), David Ahdar (as Laborer , uncredited), Will Ahern (as Paper Ricker / Dancer , uncredited), Melanie Alexander (as Dancer / skeleton crew , uncredited), Ben Archibek (as Young Lover , uncredited), John Arnold (as Young Man , uncredited), Roger Arroyo (as Midget , uncredited), Robert Bakanic (as Dancer , uncredited), George Barrows (as Policeman , uncredited), William 'Billy' Benedict (as News Vendor , uncredited), Billy Bletcher (as Minor Role , uncredited), George Boyce (as Dancer , uncredited), Bettina Brenna (as Rhine Maiden , uncredited), Budd Bryan (as Dancer , uncredited), James Chandler (as Sullivan - Ticket Seller , uncredited), Irwin Charone (as Minor Role , uncredited), Ron Cisneros (as Waiter , uncredited), Allegra Clegg (as Blonde Daughter , uncredited), Robert Cole (as Dancer , uncredited), John Command (as Dancing Waiter , uncredited), Jimmy Cross (as Drunk , uncredited), Scatman Crothers (as Mr. Jones - Porter , uncredited), Fred Curt (as Dancer , uncredited), Billy Curtis (as Midget , uncredited), Linda Dano (as Minor Role , uncredited), Sheila Dehner (as Float Girl , uncredited), Frank Delfino (as Midget , uncredited), Lester Dorr (as Workman , uncredited), Sam Edwards (as Laborer , uncredited), James Elsegood (as Page Baker , uncredited), Jeannie Epper (as Float Girl , uncredited), Margo Epper (as Float Girl , uncredited), Stephanie Epper (as Float Girl , uncredited), Bonnie Evans (as Page in Waiter's Gallop , uncredited), Morgan Farley (as Workman / Onlooker , uncredited), William Fawcett (as Customer , uncredited), Jennifer Gan (as Miss Bolivia , uncredited), Jessie Garnier (as Woman with Groceries , uncredited), Rozsika Halmos (as Pretzel Woman , uncredited), Sonja Haney (as Dancer , uncredited), Chester Hayes (as Stiltwalker , uncredited), Ines Hellendall (as Dancer , uncredited), Jimmy Hibbard (as Dancer , uncredited), Gloria Hill (as Rhine Maiden , uncredited), Bern Hoffman (as Harmonia Gardens Patron , uncredited), Ken Hooker (as Laborer , uncredited), Shep Houghton (as Dancer / Singer , uncredited), Jim Hutchison (as Stanley , uncredited), Jenie Jackson (as Brunhilda , uncredited), Cass Jaeger (as Elegant Gentleman , uncredited), Jerry James (as Father / Laborer , uncredited), Kathryn Janssen (as Minor Role , uncredited), Howard Jeffrey (as Dancer , uncredited), Harvey Karels (as Dancer , uncredited), Hubie Kerns (as Keystone Kop , uncredited), Ed Kerrigan (as Busboy / Dancer , uncredited), Ross Kimbrough (as Onlooker , uncredited), Charles Lampkin (as Laborer , uncredited), Randy Lane (as Dancer , uncredited), Nolan Leary (as Workman , uncredited), Edith Leslie (as Woman in Railroad Station , uncredited), Ted Mapes (as Policeman , uncredited), Jerry Maren (as Midget , uncredited), Michael Mark (as Pushcart Man , uncredited), Robert Neal Marshall (as Boy with Hoop , uncredited), Bert May (as Dancing Waiter , uncredited), James McEachin (as Laborer , uncredited), Al McGranary (as Lleweyn Codd , uncredited), Tyler McVey (as Laborer , uncredited), Gary Menteer (as Dancer , uncredited), Marsha Metrinko (as Rhine Maiden , uncredited), Richard Monahan (as Dancer , uncredited), Ralph Montgomery (as Laborer , uncredited), Harry Monty (as Midget , uncredited), Inga Neilsen (as Spirit of Columbia , uncredited), Patrick O'Moore (as Officer Gogarty , uncredited), Linda Peck (as Young Woman , uncredited), Sanita Pelkey (as Girl on Float , uncredited), Alex Plasschaert (as Waiter , uncredited), Joe Ploski (as Laborer , uncredited), Eddie Quillan (as Mr. Cassidy , uncredited), Frank Radcliffe (as Baker , uncredited), Jack Raine (as Elderly Man , uncredited), Ralph Roberts (as Policeman , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Hello-Goodbye DVD (1970)
Also known as: Hello-Goodbye DVD (original title)

Country: UK

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Jean Negulesco

Cast: Michael Crawford (as Harry England), Geneviève Gilles (as Dany, Baroness), Curd Jürgens (as Baron De Choisis), Ira von Fürstenberg (as Evelyne Rossan), Lon Satton (as Cole Strutter), Peter Myers (as Bentley), Mike Marshall (as Paul), Didier Haudepin (as Raymond), Vivian Pickles (as Joycie), Agathe Natanson (as Monique), Georges Bever (as Hotel Porter), Denise Grey (as Concierge), Jeffry Wickham (as Dickie)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Harry England, a British car salesman on a trip to France meets a Baroness when her Rolls-Royce Breaks down. They spend a few days together and become lovers before she disappers one night, but Harry does not know her surname. The Baron then hires Harry to teach his teenage son about cars on their country estate. Harry discovers the Baroness again and their affair continues. Harry falls in love and asks the Baroness to leave the Baron who has taken up with a lady of his own. Hello-Goodbye is a light comedy where one of the funny moments occurs with a drunk Harry driving a prize vintage car into a swimming pool.

Hellzapoppin il cabaret dell'inferno DVD (1941)
Also known as: Hellzapoppin DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: H.C. Potter

Cast: Ole Olsen (as Ole Olsen), Chic Johnson (as Chic Johnson), Martha Raye (as Betty Johnson), Hugh Herbert (as Quimby), Jane Frazee (as Kitty Rand), Robert Paige (as Jeff Hunter), Mischa Auer (as Pepi), Richard Lane (as Director), Lewis Howard (as Woody Taylor), Clarence Kolb (as Andrew Rand), Nella Walker (as Mrs. Rand), Shemp Howard (as Louie), Elisha Cook Jr. (as Harry Selby), Frank Darien (as Man calling for Mrs. Jones), Catherine Johnson (as Lena, Lady looking for Oscar), Gus Schilling (as Orchestra conductor), The Six Hits (as Themselves), Slim Gaillard (as Specialty), Slam Stewart (as Specialty), Ann Johnson (as Dancer), Frankie Manning (as Dancer), Olive Hatch (as Water Ballet Specialty), Eddie Acuff (as Drafted Devil , uncredited), Kathryn Adams (as Girl , uncredited), Sig Arno (as Cellist , uncredited), Frank Austin (as Chauffeur , uncredited), Marvin Bailey (as Member of The Six Hits , uncredited), Don Brodie (as Theatre Manager , uncredited), George Chandler (as Movie Cameraman , uncredited), Milton Charleston (as Undetermined Role , uncredited), Dean Collins (as Betty's Jitterbug Dancing Partner , uncredited), Billy Curtis (as Bodyguard , uncredited), George Davis (as Russian Butler , uncredited), Hal K. Dawson (as Photographer at Pool , uncredited), Vince Degen (as Member of The Six Hits , uncredited), Bess Flowers (as Audience Extra , uncredited), Jody Gilbert (as Louie's Girlfriend , uncredited), Julia Griffith (as Party Guest , uncredited), Ben Hall (as Goofy Man in Betty's Way , uncredited), Charlie Hall (as Taxi Driver , uncredited), Samuel S. Hinds (as Showboat Captain , uncredited), Howard Hudson (as Member of The Six Hits , uncredited), George Humbert (as Chef with Bread , uncredited), Ethelreda Leopold (as Blonde Woman at Skeet Range , uncredited), Jack 'Tiny' Lipson (as Junior , uncredited), Jimmie Lucas (as Taxi Driver , uncredited), Mack McLean (as Member of The Six Hits , uncredited), Norma Miller (as Dancer, Cook , uncredited), Susan Miller (as Mother Calling for Junior , uncredited), Al Minns (as Dancer, butler , uncredited), Harry Monty (as Midget Taxi Driver , uncredited), Lyle Moraine (as Young Man , uncredited), Joseph North (as Butler , uncredited), Gil Perkins (as Butler in Pool , uncredited), Jean Porter (as Chorine , uncredited), Jerry Preshaw (as Member of The Six Hits , uncredited), Dorothy Raye (as Dancer , uncredited), Bert Roach (as Robert T. MacChesney , uncredited), Bob Rose (as Shorty - Butler , uncredited), Angelo Rossitto (as Dwarf Devil , uncredited), Fred Sanborn (as Man Playing Tic-Tac-Toe , uncredited), Bill Seckler (as Member of The Six Hits , uncredited), Rex Stewart (as Trumpet Specialty , uncredited), Andrew Tombes (as Max Kane , uncredited), Dale Van Sickel (as Man Who Falls Into Pool / Frankenstein Monster , uncredited), Ellinor Vanderveer (as Audience Extra , uncredited), Terry Walker (as Maid , uncredited), Billy Wayne (as Photographer , uncredited), Dave Willock (as Orchestra Trombone Player , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Helzapoppin in Grecia DVD (1940)
Also known as: The Boys from Syracuse DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Musical

Director: A. Edward Sutherland

Cast: Allan Jones (as Antipholus of Ephesus / Antipholus of Syracuse), Irene Hervey (as Adriana), Martha Raye (as Luce), Joe Penner (as Dromio of Ephesus / Dromio of Syracuse), Alan Mowbray (as Angelo), Charles Butterworth (as Duke of Ephesus), Rosemary Lane (as Phyllis), Samuel S. Hinds (as Angeen), Tom Dugan (as Octavius), Spencer Charters (as Turnkey), Doris Lloyd (as Woman), Larry J. Blake (as Announcer), Eddie Acuff (as Taxi Cab Driver), Matt McHugh (as Bartender), David Oliver (as Messenger), June Wilkins (as Secretary), Bess Flowers (as Woman), Cyril Ring (as Guard), Julie Carter (as Girl), Eric Blore (as Pinch), Joe Cunningham (as Jury Foreman , uncredited), William Desmond (as Citizen , uncredited), Gerald Pierce (as Newsboy , uncredited), Rebel Randall (as Girl , uncredited), Charles Sherlock (as Secretary , uncredited), Charles Sullivan (as Policeman , uncredited), Malcolm Waite (as Captain of Guards , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: The action takes place in Ephesus in ancient Asia Minor, and the story concerns the efforts of two boys from Syracuse, Anthipholus and his servant Dromio, to find their long-lost twins who, for reason of plot confusion, are also named Anthipholus and Dromio. Complications arise when the wife of the Ephesians, Adriana and her servant Luce, mistake the two strangers for their husband, though the couples eventually get sorted out after Adriana's sister Luciana and the Syracuse Antipholus admit their love.

Henriette DVD (1952)
Also known as: La fête à Henriette DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: French

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Julien Duvivier

Cast: Dany Robin (as Henriette), Michel Auclair (as Maurice / Marcel), Hildegard Knef (as Rita Solar), Louis Seigner (as Un scénariste / Script Writer), Micheline Francey (as Nicole / Script Girl), Henri Crémieux (as Un scénariste / Script Writer), Michel Roux (as Robert), Daniel Ivernel (as Detective), Odette Laure (as Valentine), Jeannette Batti (as Gisèle), Paulette Dubost (as Virginie - la mère d'Henriette), Alexandre Rignault (as Le père d'Henriette), Claire Gérard (as Charlotte), Jacques Eyser (as Un déménageur), Jean-Louis Le Goff (as Un déménageur), Philippe Olive (as Paulo), Paul Oettly (as Le destin), Jean Clarieux (as Dédé), Fernand Gilbert (as Le chef d'orchestre), Georgette Anys (as La fleuriste), Anne-Marie Mersen, Liliane Maigné (as La fille aux cigarettes), Saturnin Fabre (as Antoine), Julien Carette (as Arthur), Christian Argentin (as L'Excellence , uncredited), Robert Balpo (as Le garçon de café , uncredited), Paul Barge (as Le concierge , uncredited), Betty Beckers (as Une amie des scénaristes , uncredited), Paul Bonifas (as Le marchand de journaux , uncredited), Thomy Bourdelle (as Le directeur du cirque , uncredited), Robert Chandeau (as Petit rôle , uncredited), Joé Davray (as Un journaliste , uncredited), Gil Delamare (as Petit rôle , uncredited), Paul Demange (as Un coiffeur , uncredited), Lucien Desagneaux (as L'agent de la poursuite , uncredited), Raymond Destac (as Le dompteur , uncredited), Huguette Faget (as (uncredited), Anny Flore (as Singer , uncredited), Émile Genevois (as Petit rôle , uncredited), René Hell (as Le chauffeur , uncredited), Robert Le Fort (as Un coiffeur , uncredited), Michel Lemoine (as (uncredited), The Melachrino Strings (as Singers , uncredited), Geneviève Morel (as La concierge , uncredited), Nadine Olivier (as (uncredited), The Peter Knight Singers (as Singers , uncredited), André Philip (as Petit rôle , uncredited), Raymone (as La marchande de souvenirs , uncredited), Raymond Richard (as Petit rôle , uncredited), Marcel Rouzé (as L'agent du cambriolage , uncredited), Alain Stume (as Petit rôle , uncredited), Andrée Tainsy (as (uncredited), Yvonne Yma (as La dame au collier , uncredited), André Zibral (as L'homme assassiné , uncredited), Don Ziegler (as L'Américain , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Hi Mom! DVD (1970)
Also known as: Blue Manhattan DVD (alternative title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Brian De Palma

Cast: Charles Durning (as Superintendent), Robert De Niro (as Jon Rubin), Allen Garfield (as Joe Banner), Abraham Goren (as Pervert), Lara Parker (as Jeannie Mitchell), Bruce Price (as Jimmy Mitchell), Ricky Parker (as Ricky Mitchell), Andy Parker (as Andy Mitchell), Jennifer Salt (as Judy Bishop), Robbie Heywood (as Roommate), Leslie Bornstein (as Roommate), Paul Bartel (as Uncle Tom Wood), Gerrit Graham (as Gerrit Wood), Nelson Peltz (as Playboy), Delia Abrams (as Date), Tofer Delaney (as Date), Margaret Pine (as Date), Hector Valentin Lino Jr. (as N.I.T. Journal Revolutionary), Carole Leverett (as N.I.T. Journal Revolutionary), Ruth Bocour (as N.I.T. Journal), Bart DePalma (as N.I.T. Journal), Arthur Bierman (as N.I.T. Journal), Tina Hirsch (as N.I.T. Journal), Buddy Butler (as 'Be Black Baby' Troupe), David Connell (as 'Be Black Baby' Troupe), Carolyn Craven (as 'Be Black Baby' Troupe), Milton Earl Forrest (as 'Be Black Baby' Troupe), Joyce Griffin (as 'Be Black Baby' Troupe), Kirk Kirksey (as 'Be Black Baby' Troupe), Rutanya Alda (as 'Be Black Baby' Audience), Beth Bowden (as 'Be Black Baby' Audience), Eugene Elman (as 'Be Black Baby' Audience), Joe Fields (as 'Be Black Baby' Audience), Paul Milvy (as 'Be Black Baby' Audience), Joe Stillman (as 'Be Black Baby' Audience), Carol Vogel (as 'Be Black Baby' Audience), Peter Maloney (as Pharmacist), William Daley (as Co-op Resident), Floyd L. Peterson (as John Winnicove), Paul Hirsch (as Avery Gunnz), Joseph King (as Dr. Joe King), Bill Daly (as Neighbor , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Vietnam vet John Rubin returns to New York and rents a rundown flat in Greenwhich Village. It is in this flat that he begins to film, 'Peeping Tom' style, the people in the apartment across the street. His obsession with making films leads him to fall in with a radical 'Black Power' group, which in turn leads him to carry out a bizarre act of urban terrorism!

Ho baciato una stella DVD (1944)
Also known as: Hollywood Canteen DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance, Musical

Director: Delmer Daves

Cast: The Andrews Sisters (as The Andrews Sisters), Jack Benny (as Jack Benny), Joe E. Brown (as Joe E. Brown), Eddie Cantor (as Eddie Cantor), Kitty Carlisle (as Kitty Carlisle), Jack Carson (as Jack Carson), Dane Clark (as Sgt. Nowland), Joan Crawford (as Joan Crawford), Helmut Dantine (as Helmut Dantine), Bette Davis (as Bette Davis), Faye Emerson (as Faye Emerson), Victor Francen (as Victor Francen), John Garfield (as John Garfield), Sydney Greenstreet (as Sydney Greenstreet), Alan Hale (as Alan Hale), Paul Henreid (as Paul Henreid), Robert Hutton (as Cpl. Slim Green), Andrea King (as Andrea King), Joan Leslie (as Joan), Peter Lorre (as Peter Lorre), Ida Lupino (as Ida Lupino), Irene Manning (as Irene Manning), Nora Martin (as Hostess), Joan McCracken (as Specialty Dancer), Dolores Moran (as Dolores Moran), Dennis Morgan (as Dennis Morgan), Janis Paige (as Studio Guide), Eleanor Parker (as Eleanor Parker), William Prince (as William Prince), Joyce Reynolds (as Joyce Reynolds), John Ridgely (as John Ridgely), Roy Rogers (as Roy Rogers), Trigger (as Trigger), S.Z. Sakall (as Himself), Zachary Scott (as Zachary Scott), Alexis Smith (as Alexis Smith), Barbara Stanwyck (as Barbara Stanwyck), Craig Stevens (as Craig Stevens), Joseph Szigeti (as Performer), Donald Woods (as Donald Woods), Jane Wyman (as Jane Wyman), Jimmy Dorsey and His Orchestra (as Jimmy Dorsey Band), Carmen Cavallaro and His Orchestra (as Carmen Cavallaro and Orchestra), The Golden Gate Quartette (as Golden Gate Quartette,), Rosario (as Gypsy Dancers), Sons of the Pioneers (as Sons of the Pioneers), William Alcorn (as Dancer , uncredited), Betty Alexander (as Junior Hostess , uncredited), Laverne Andrews (as Leverne Andrews , uncredited), Maxene Andrews (as Maxene Andrews , uncredited), Patty Andrews (as Patty Andrews , uncredited), Lynn Baggett (as Junior Hostess , uncredited), Marvin Bailey (as Vocal Group Member , uncredited), Diana Barrymore (as Junior Hostess , uncredited), Julie Bishop (as Junior Hostess , uncredited), Betty Brodel (as Betty , uncredited), Paul Brooks (as Busboy , uncredited), Barbara Brown (as Mrs. Brodel , uncredited), Betty Bryson (as Dancer , uncredited), Dwight Butcher (as Soldier Getting Married , uncredited), Carmen Cavallaro (as Carmen Cavallaro , uncredited), Jack Coffey (as Dancer , uncredited), John Dehner (as Norwegian Sailor , uncredited), Jimmy Dorsey (as Jimmy Dorsey , uncredited), Ralph Dunn (as Studio Gate Guard , uncredited), Richard Erdman (as Soldier on Deck , uncredited), James Flavin (as Marine Sergeant , uncredited), Bess Flowers (as Hostess , uncredited), Rudolf Friml Jr. (as Performer , uncredited), Ceferino García (as Soldier , uncredited), Hayes Gordon (as Serviceman , uncredited), Mary Gordon (as Hostess , uncredited), Angela Greene (as Junior Hostess , uncredited), Jonathan Hale (as Mr. Brodel , uncredited), Willie Johnson (as Member, Golden Gate Quartette , uncredited), Harry Kaufman (as Pianist with Szigeti , uncredited), Bill Kennedy (as Busboy , uncredited), Dorothy Malone (as Junior Hostess , uncredited), Eddie Marr (as Dance Director , uncredited), Charles Marsh (as Diner without Spoon , uncredited), Jack Mattis (as Dancer , uncredited), Mack McLean (as Vocal Group Member , uncredited), Chef Milani (as Chef Milani , uncredited), Johnny Mitchell (as Busboy , uncredited), Jack Mower (as Juice-Stand Proprietor , uncredited), Bob Nolan (as Bob Nolan , uncredited), Marianne O'Brien (as Junior Hostess , uncredited), Henry Owens (as Member, Golden Gate Quartet , uncredited), Virginia Patton (as Junior Hostess , uncredited), LeRoy Prinz (as LeRoy Prinz , uncredited), Clyde Riddick (as Golden Gate Quartet Member , uncredited), Larry Rio (as Salior Kissed by Cantor , uncredited), Bill Seckler (as Vocal Group Member , uncredited), Robert Shayne (as Busboy , uncredited), John Sheridan (as Busboy , uncredited), Charles Sherlock (as Photographer , uncredited), Freddie Steele (as South American Sailor , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Ho incontrato l'amore DVD (1949)
Also known as: Dancing in the Dark DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance, Musical

Director: Irving Reis

Cast: William Powell (as Emery Slade), Mark Stevens (as Bill Davis), Betsy Drake (as Julie Clarke), Adolphe Menjou (as Melville Crossman), Randy Stuart (as Rosalie Brooks), Lloyd Corrigan (as John Barker), Hope Emerson (as Mrs. Schlaghammer), Walter Catlett (as Joe Brooks), Don Beddoe (as Barney Bassett), Jean Hersholt (as Jean Hersholt), Robert Adler (as Studio Gate Guard , uncredited), Erville Alderson (as Emery's Neighbor , uncredited), Louis Bacigalupi (as Masseur , uncredited), Joe Bautista (as Filipino , uncredited), George Beranger (as Waiter , uncredited), John Berkes (as Marshall , uncredited), Ralph Brooks (as Man Sleeping on Plane , uncredited), Helen Brown (as Esther , uncredited), Harry Carter (as Tom , uncredited), Edward Clark (as Mr. Wallberg , uncredited), Walter Clinton (as Waiter , uncredited), Dick Cogan (as Wes , uncredited), Ann Corcoran (as Woman , uncredited), Joseph Crehan (as Board Member , uncredited), Harry Crocker (as Master of Ceremonies , uncredited), Belle Daube (as Board Member , uncredited), John Davidson (as Board Member , uncredited), Elaine Edwards (as Girl , uncredited), Frank Ferguson (as John Sharkey , uncredited), Sammy Finn (as Man , uncredited), Fred Fisher (as Man , uncredited), Sally Forrest (as Secretary , uncredited), Byron Foulger (as Stephen , uncredited), Gregory Gaye (as Headwaiter , uncredited), Sid Grauman (as Himself , uncredited), Sherry Hall (as Hal , uncredited), Alvin Hammer (as Little Man , uncredited), Sam Harris (as Party Guest , uncredited), Larry Keating (as Board Member , uncredited), Fred Kelsey (as Deputy , uncredited), Mike Lally (as Premiere Attendee , uncredited), Babe London (as Hula Girl , uncredited), George MacDonald (as Autograph-Seeker , uncredited), Marion Marshall (as Myrna , uncredited), Thomas Martin (as Bartender , uncredited), William J. O'Brien (as Waiter at Party , uncredited), Milton Parsons (as Crossman's Butler , uncredited), Phyllis Planchard (as Woman , uncredited), Grandon Rhodes (as Producer , uncredited), Claire Richards (as Woman , uncredited), Cosmo Sardo (as Headwaiter at Party , uncredited), Syd Saylor (as Mac , uncredited), Harry Seymour (as Pianist, 'New Day' Number , uncredited), Bill Shirley (as Singer of Title Song over Opening Credits , uncredited), Larry Steers (as Party Guest / Premiere Attendee , uncredited), George E. Stone (as Film Cutter , uncredited), Charles Tannen (as Jack , uncredited), Helen Westcott (as June , uncredited), Claire Whitney (as Board Member , uncredited), Max Willenz (as Sommelier , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Conceited film star Emery Slade was on top in 1932; in 1949, he's broke and still insufferable. Fox producer Crossman enlists Slade's aid to persuade broadway star Rosalie Brooks to star in the film "Bandwagon." But when Slade meets Julie Clarke, his assistant's onetime girlfriend, he decides she, not Rosalie, should get the part. No one can fathom his motives for this apparently selfless act, but there are a few tricks in the old fox yet...and he'll need them all.

Ho inventato una donna DVD (1936)
Also known as: It's Love Again DVD (original title)

Country: UK

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Musical

Director: Victor Saville

Cast: Jessie Matthews (as Elaine Bradford aka Mrs. Smythe-Smythe), Robert Young (as Peter Carlton), Sonnie Hale (as Freddie Rathbone), Ernest Milton (as Raymond), Robb Wilton (as Boys - Butler), Sara Allgood (as Mrs. Hopkins), Cyril Wells (as Gigolo), Warren Jenkins (as Woolf), David Horne (as Durland), Athene Seyler (as Mrs. Durland), Glennis Lorimer (as Montague's typist), Robert Hale (as Col. Edgerton), Cyril Raymond (as Montague), Graham Moffatt (as Callboy , uncredited), Terry-Thomas (as Dancer, Extra , uncredited), Jack Vyvian (as Ticket Collector , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Elaine Bradford is a young singer and dancer, looking for her big break. Peter Carlton is a gossip columnist facing a deadline and a blank page. So, Peter invents "Mrs. Smythe-Smythe", a mysterious Englishwoman who spends her days hunting tigers in India, jumping out of airplanes, and generally driving men mad with her beauty. Since no one in London has ever seen Mrs. Smythe-Smythe, Elaine decides to impersonate the lady, in hopes that the publicity will land her the big break she's been looking for.

Ho ritrovato il mio amore DVD (1938)
Also known as: I Met My Love Again DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Romance, Comedy

Director: Joshua Logan

Cast: Joan Bennett (as Julie Weir), Henry Fonda (as Ives Towner), Louise Platt (as Brenda Wayne), Alan Marshal (as Michael Shaw), Dame May Whitty (as Aunt William), Alan Baxter (as Tony), Dorothy Stickney (as Mrs. Emily Towner), Tim Holt (as Budge Williams), Florence Lake (as Carol Towner), Elise Cavanna (as Agatha), Genee Hall (as Little Michael Shaw), Henry Brandon (as Bruno - the Painter , uncredited), Adrienne D'Ambricourt (as Marie - the French Nanny , uncredited), Lester Dorr (as Hotel Desk Clerk , uncredited), Mary MacLaren (as College Staff Member , uncredited), Philo McCullough (as Faculty Member at Dance , uncredited), Hal Mohr (as College Student , uncredited), Jack Rice (as Professor George B. Stockwell , uncredited), Keith Richards (as Student at Dance , uncredited), Dorothy Vernon (as College Staff Member , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: College sweethearts Julie and Ives have planned to marry as soon as school is over. Their plans go amiss when Julie meets a weak writer and runs off to marry him. After her husband dies, she's left in Paris, penniless and with a daughter to support. She decides to return to her home town with the intent to renew her romance with Ives. His family and a scheming co-ed vow to avert a reunion of the two...

Ho salvato l'America DVD (1943)
Also known as: They Got Me Covered DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, War, Musical

Director: David Butler

Cast: Bob Hope (as Robert Kittredge), Dorothy Lamour (as Christina Hill), Lenore Aubert (as Mrs. Vanescu), Otto Preminger (as Fauscheim), Eduardo Ciannelli (as Baldanacco), Marion Martin (as Gloria), Donald Meek (as Little Old Man), Phyllis Ruth (as Sally), Philip Ahn (as Nichimuro), Donald MacBride (as Mason), Mary Treen (as Helen), Bettye Avery (as Mildred), Margaret Hayes (as Lucille), Mary Byrne (as Laura), William Yetter Sr. (as Holtz), Henry Guttman (as Faber), Florence Bates (as Gypsy Woman), Walter Catlett (as Hotel Manager), John Abbott (as Gregory Vanescu), Frank Sully (as Red), Enrique Acosta (as Smiling Guest at Inn , uncredited), Rudolph Anders (as Gerhardt , uncredited), Brooks Benedict (as News Officer Worker , uncredited), John Bleifer (as Waiter at Café Moresque , uncredited), Ferike Boros (as Laughing Hotel Maid , uncredited), Harry C. Bradley (as Singing Hotel Waiter , uncredited), Don Brodie (as Joe McGuirk , uncredited), Jack Carr (as Joe , uncredited), Lillian Castle (as Wardrobe Woman , uncredited), George Chandler (as Smith , uncredited), Lane Chandler (as Reporter , uncredited), Stanley Clements (as Office Boy , uncredited), Gino Corrado (as Café Bartender , uncredited), Bing Crosby (voice of Music Box , uncredited), Doris Day (as Beautiful Girl in Sheet , uncredited), Joe Devlin (as Mussolini , uncredited), Ralph Dunn (as Cop at Lincoln Memorial , uncredited), John Eberts (as Smiling Guest at Inn , uncredited), Willie Fung (as Chinese Laundry Man , uncredited), Edward Gargan (as Cop at Bridge , uncredited), Jack Gargan (as Reporter , uncredited), Fred Graham (as FBI Agent Arresting Nichimuro , uncredited), Eddie Hall (as Navy Officer in Brawl , uncredited), Charles Irwin (as Creditor in Moscow , uncredited), Richard Keene (as Reporter , uncredited), Donald Kerr (as Stage Manager , uncredited), Pat Lane (as Ballet Dancer , uncredited), Lyle Latell (as Walsh , uncredited), Charles Legneur (as Plane Passenger , uncredited), George J. Lewis (as Foreign Correspondent , uncredited), Lou Lubin (as Wilbur , uncredited), Peggy Lynn (as Wardrobe Woman , uncredited), Etta McDaniel (as Georgia , uncredited), Thom Metzetti (as Nazi , uncredited), Victor Metzetti (as Nazi , uncredited), Greta Meyer (as Katrina , uncredited), Bert Moorhouse (as Man at Café Moresque Bar , uncredited), George N. Neise (as Matthews , uncredited), William O'Leary (as Tramp , uncredited), Anne O'Neal (as Beauty Salon Patron in Hall , uncredited), Gil Perkins (as Nazi , uncredited), Nino Pipitone (as Testori , uncredited), Ezelle Poule (as Pretty Girl at Inn , uncredited), Stanley Price (as Otto's Waiter , uncredited), Hugh Prosser (as Captain , uncredited), Hector Sarno (as Sally's Escort to Vanescu , uncredited), Hans Schumm (as Schmidt , uncredited), Harry Semels (as Laughing Reporter in Montage , uncredited), George Sherwood (as Reporter , uncredited), Byron Shores (as FBI Man , uncredited), John Sinclair (as Nazi , uncredited), Walter Soderling (as Pop , uncredited), Arnold Stang (as Drugstore Boy , uncredited), Brick Sullivan (as Marine , uncredited), Kam Tong (as Hawara , uncredited), Ray Turner (as Hubert , uncredited), Henry Victor (as Staeger , uncredited), Wolfgang Zilzer (as Cross , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Ho sposato 40 milioni di donne DVD (1964)
Also known as: Kisses for My President DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Curtis Bernhardt

Cast: Fred MacMurray (as Thaddeus, Thad McCloud), Polly Bergen (as U.S. President Leslie Harrison McCloud), Eli Wallach (as Raphael Valdez Jr.), Arlene Dahl (as Doris Reid Weaver), Edward Andrews (as Sen. Walsh), Donald May (as Secret Service Agent John O'Connor), Harry Holcombe (as Vice President Bill Richards), Ahna Capri (as Gloria McCloud), Ronnie Dapo (as Peter McCloud), Richard St. John (as Jackson), Bill Walker (as Joseph), Adrienne Marden (as Miss Higgins), Leon Alton (as Dignatary / Nightclubber , uncredited), Eleanor Audley (as School Principal Osgood , uncredited), John Banner (as Vasiliovich Alexman - Soviet Ambassador , uncredited), Lillian Bronson (as Miss Currier , uncredited), Robert Carson (as Presidential Diplomatic Aide , uncredited), Irwin Charone (as TV Floor Manager , uncredited), Booth Colman (as TV Producer , uncredited), Francis De Sales (as Reporter , uncredited), Sayre Dearing (as Colonel , uncredited), George DeNormand (as Reporter in Oval Office , uncredited), Edward Faulkner (as Secret Service Man , uncredited), Charles Fredericks (as Blonde's Escort , uncredited), Gregory Gaye (as Nicolai Wotomkyitch , uncredited), Chuck Hicks (as Senator , uncredited), Kenner G. Kemp (as Reporter / Man Behind Thad at Inauguration , uncredited), Jon Lormer (as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court , uncredited), Ralph Manza (as Rizzutti - Mechanic , uncredited), William Meader (as TV Make-up Man , uncredited), Joseph Mell (as Reporter , uncredited), William Mims (as Press Secretary Harrington , uncredited), Ray Montgomery (as Reporter , uncredited), Chuck Morrell (as Deckhand on Presidential Yacht , uncredited), Forbes Murray (as White House Party Guest , uncredited), Wilbert G. Nuttycombe (as Musician , uncredited), Kevin O'Neal (as Sneaker Morton , uncredited), Al Paige (as Photographer , uncredited), Voltaire Perkins (as Senate Chairman , uncredited), Beverly Powers (as Nana Peel - Stripper , uncredited), Ed Prentiss (as Max Kloch , uncredited), Jeffrey Sayre (as Man in Outer Office , uncredited), Joan Staley (as Blonde , uncredited), Bert Stevens (as Inauguration Attendee , uncredited), Hal Taggart (as Dignitary in Car / Senator on Committee , uncredited), Charles Tannen (voice of TV Crew Director , uncredited), Arthur Tovey (as Man at Party , uncredited), Norma Varden (as Miss Dinsendorff , uncredited), Ray Walker (as Ray - Assistant TV Crew Producer , uncredited), Napoleon Whiting (as Usher , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: When the women of America join together on election day and elect a Leslie McCloud as the US President, things get a little awkward. Especially for her husband Thad NcCloud. He, as First Husband, must take over the job as The First Lady, in the women's groups and garden parties.

Ho sposato un demonio DVD (1949)
Also known as: Red Hot and Blue DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

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

Director: John Farrow

Cast: Betty Hutton (as Eleanor Collier aka Yum-Yum), Victor Mature (as Danny James), William Demarest (as Charlie Baxter, Press Agent), June Havoc (as Sandra), Jane Nigh (as Angelica Roseanne aka No-No), Frank Loesser (as Hair-do Lempke), William Talman (as Bunny Harris), Art Smith (as Laddie Corwin), Raymond Walburn (as Alex Ryan Creek), Onslow Stevens (as Capt. Allen), Barry Kelley (as Lt. Gorman), Jack Kruschen (as Steve), Joseph Vitale (as Carr), Percy Helton (as Mr. Perkins, Stage manager), Ernö Verebes (as Waiter), Philip Van Zandt (as Louie, Headwaiter), Henry Guttman (as Frankie - Waiter), Don Shelton (as Hamlet), Herschel Daugherty (as Laertes), Dorothy Abbott (as The Queen), Julia Faye (as Julia - Housekeeper), John Marchak (as Guard), Julie Adams (as Starlet , uncredited), Frank Alten (as Karl Müller , uncredited), Roscoe J. Behan (as Perrina Club Bartender / Customer / Detective , uncredited), Phil Boutelje (as Crosland , uncredited), Ralph Brooks (as Waiter , uncredited), James Burke (as Joe, Doorman , uncredited), Bill Burt (as Gunman , uncredited), Bruce Carruthers (as Newsman , uncredited), Douglas Carter (as Piano Tuner , uncredited), James Conaty (as Restaurant Patron , uncredited), James Cornell (as Waiter / Actor in Theatre Group , uncredited), Fairy Cunningham (as Minor Role , uncredited), Billy Daniel (as Dancer , uncredited), James Davies (as Actor in Theatre Group , uncredited), Lester Dorr (as Drugstore Manager / Workman , uncredited), Jimmie Dundee (as Jimmie - Gangster , uncredited), Roy Engel (as Restaurant Patron , uncredited), Billy Engle (as Piano Tuner , uncredited), Franklyn Farnum (as Nightclub Patron , uncredited), Al Ferguson (as Piano Tuner , uncredited), Bess Flowers (as Woman in Nightclub , uncredited), Maxine Gates (as Waitress , uncredited), Greta Granstedt (as Movie Patron in Trailer , uncredited), Joseph J. Greene (as Mr. Anderson - Producer , uncredited), William Hall (as Charlie Kowalski - Gangster , uncredited), Fred Haney (voice of Baseball Announcer , uncredited), Len Hendry (as Cigar Clerk , uncredited), Stuart Holmes (as Restaurant Patron , uncredited), Don House (as Minor Role , uncredited), Arlene Jenkins (as Newspaper Woman , uncredited), Geraldine Jordan (as Customer , uncredited), Lorna Jordon (as Minor Role , uncredited), Russ Kaplan (as Gangster , uncredited), Virginia Keiley (as Miss Loring , uncredited), Robert Kellard (as Police Switchboard Operator , uncredited), Mike Lally (as Restaurant Customer , uncredited), Paul Lees (as Actor in Theatre Group Playing Ogilvy , uncredited), Edith Leslie (as Mrs. Creek , uncredited), Carl M. Leviness (as Restaurant Customer , uncredited), Rita Lupino (as Dancer , uncredited), Thomas Martin (as Restaurant Water , uncredited), Harold Miller (as Nightclub Patron , uncredited), Noel Neill (as Actress in Theatre Group , uncredited), Jacqueline Park (as Reporter / Drug Store Hostess / Showgirl , uncredited), Edward Peil Sr. (as Piano Tuner , uncredited), Steve Pendleton (as Detective , uncredited), Lee Phelps (as Cop , uncredited), Pepito Pérez (as Waiter at Perrin's , uncredited), Joey Ray (as Actor in Theatre Group , uncredited), Suzanne Ridgeway (as Cafeteria Customer / Nightclub Patron , uncredited), Cyril Ring (as Reporter , uncredited), Harry Rosenthal (as Piano Player , uncredited), Tim Ryan (as Brad Williams - Stranger , uncredited), Jeffrey Sayre (as Nightclub Patron , uncredited), John Sheehan (as Waiter , uncredited), Charles Sherlock (as Restaurant Customer , uncredited), Douglas Spencer (as Actor in Theatre Group , uncredited), Larry Steers (as Restaurant Patron , uncredited), Diane Stewart (as Customer / Cigar Clerk , uncredited), Tommy Summers (as Minor Role , uncredited), Harry Templeton (as Newsman , uncredited), Marie Thomas (as Showgirl , uncredited), Arthur Tovey (as Actor in Theatre Group , uncredited), Harland Tucker (as Saunders , uncredited), Archie Twitchell (as Movie Patron in Trailer , uncredited), Herb Vigran (as Movie Usher in Trailer , uncredited), Bobby Watson (as Barney Stratum , uncredited), Joe Whitehead (as Building Manager , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Eleanor Collier wants to become a successful actress and agrees to a series of publicity stunts thought up by her press agent, Charley Baxter. The result is trouble and a bad impression. Eleanor quarrels with her boyfriend when he blames her publicity mania for getting her involved in an underworld killing. A gangster kidnaps her for being, unwittingly, the finger woman in the killing, but a Boradway columnist comes to her rescue.

Ho trovato l'amore DVD (1938)
Also known as: Liebelei und Liebe DVD (original title)

Country: Germany

Spoken Languages: German

Genre(s): Comedy

Director: Arthur Maria Rabenalt

Cast: Paul Hörbiger (as Alexander Settegast - Koch), Carla Rust (as Gina Termälen), Gisela Uhlen (as Elsbeth Schellenbach), Carl Raddatz (as Günther Windgassen), Maria Krahn (as Helene), Marina von Ditmar (as Gerti), Paul Westermeier (as Eberhard Möhnke), Karl Günther (as Termälen), Franz Kossak (as Ingenieur Hellmuth), Horst Birr (as Fritz Sperling), Claire Reigbert (as Mosesalonbesitzerin Timmermann), Franz Arzdorf (as Oberingenieur bei Termälen), Eduard Bornträger (as Antiquitätenhändler), Fred Goebel (as Ingenieur bei Termälen), Fritz Draeger (as Hotelgast), Adolf Fischer (as Settemanns 2. KOch), Irmgard Hoffmann (as Küchenhilfe bei Settegast), Karl Jüstel (as Ingenieur bei der Diplomverteilung), Ida Krill (as Küchenhilfe bei Settegast), Walter Kunkel (as Ingenieur bei der Diplomverteilung), Katja Pahl, Else Reval (as Frau Hinke), Hans Schneider (as Ingenieur bei der Diplomverteilung), Georg H. Schnell (as Direktor der Technischen Hochschule), Lotte Spira (as Mutter Windgassen), Fritz Staudte (as Bankdirektor Hansen), Karl Vogt (as Arzt in der Mütterberatungsstelle), Erich Walter (as Vater Windgassen), Borwin Walth (as Zahlober Franz), Hanni Weisse (as Frau Schmiedecke)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Ho trovato una stella DVD (1939)
Also known as: Second Fiddle DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Musical

Director: Sidney Lanfield

Cast: Sonja Henie (as Trudi Hovland), Tyrone Power (as Jimmy Sutton), Rudy Vallee (as Roger Maxwell), Edna May Oliver (as Aunt Phoebe), Mary Healy (as Jean Varick), Lyle Talbot (as Willie Hogger), Alan Dinehart (as George 'Whit' Whitney), Minna Gombell (as Jenny), Stewart Reburn (as Trudi's Skating Partner), Spencer Charters (as Joe Clayton), Charles Lane (voice of Studio Chief), The Brian Sisters (as Schoolroom Vocal Trio), John Hiestand (as Radio Announcer), George Chandler (as Taxi Driver), Irving Bacon (as Justice of the Peace Harvey Vaughan), Maurice Cass (as Justice of the Peace Alex Blank), Purnell Pratt (as Abbott, the Editor , scenes deleted), Jed Prouty (as Undetermined Secondary Role , scenes deleted), Don Ackerman (as Dancer , uncredited), Ernie Alexander (as Photographer , uncredited), Herbert Ashley (as Highway Patrolman , uncredited), Jean Ashton (as Minor Role , uncredited), Lee Bailey (as Minor Role , uncredited), Monica Bannister (as Minor Role , uncredited), Patsy Bedell (as Dancer , uncredited), John Benson (as Minor Role , uncredited), Angela Blue (as Dancer , uncredited), Eugene Borden (as French Radio Broadcaster , uncredited), Bill Brande (as Minor Role , uncredited), Betty Brian (as Schoolroom Vocal Trio Member , uncredited), Doris Brian (as Schoolroom Vocal Trio Member , uncredited), Gwen Brian (as Schoolroom Vocal Trio Member , uncredited), Tex Brodus (as Minor Role , uncredited), Charles Brokaw (as Assistant Director , uncredited), Ralph Brooks (as Nightclub Patron , uncredited), Annabelle Brudie (as Minor Role , uncredited), Marianne Brudie (as Minor Role , uncredited), Betsy Burton (as Minor Role , uncredited), A.S. 'Pop' Byron (as Minor Role , uncredited), James Caesar (as Minor Role , uncredited), Barbara Carabin (as Minor Role , uncredited), Lloyd Carlos (as Minor Role , uncredited), Bud Carpenter (as Dancer , uncredited), Jack Chefe (as Nightclub Patron , uncredited), Bob Christy (as Minor Role , uncredited), Dora Clement (as Hairdresser , uncredited), Noel Coffey (as Minor Role , uncredited), Frank Coghlan Jr. (as Studio Call Boy , uncredited), Diane Cook (as Minor Role , uncredited), Ray Cooke (as Pool Party Photographer , uncredited), James Cooley (as Minor Role , uncredited), Pauline Craig (as Minor Role , uncredited), Midgie Dare (as Minor Role , uncredited), Grace Davies (as Minor Role , uncredited), John Dawson (as Minor Role , uncredited), Donald Douglas (as Film Director , uncredited), Eddie Dunn (as Road Construction Workman , uncredited), Edward Earle (as Gregg - Screen Test Director , uncredited), June Earle (as Minor Role , uncredited), Oliver Eckhardt (as Minor Role , uncredited), Paul Ellis (as Spanish Radio Broadcaster , uncredited), Fern Emmett (as Townswoman , uncredited), Frank Erickson (as Minor Role , uncredited), Shirley Ann Ewins (as Minor Role , uncredited), John Matt Farrell (as Minor Role , uncredited), Grace Gale (as Dancer , uncredited), Mildred Gaye (as Dancer , uncredited), Sugar Geise (as Dancer , uncredited), Marny George (as Minor Role , uncredited), Alyce Goering (as Dancer , uncredited), James Gonzalez (as Minor Role , uncredited), Harold Goodwin (as Pool Party Photographer , uncredited), Jimmy Grant (as Minor Role , uncredited), Irving Gregg (as Dancer , uncredited), Catherine Guy (as Minor Role , uncredited), Sol Haines (as Dancer , uncredited), Ted Harper (as Minor Role , uncredited), Edith Haskins (as Dancer , uncredited), Jack Heasley (as Minor Role , uncredited), Tommy Hicks (as Fat Skater , uncredited), Marian Hinds (as Minor Role , uncredited), Leyland Hodgson (as Henry, the Maitre'd Hotel , uncredited), Wilma Holly (as Minor Role , uncredited), Edna Holmes (as Minor Role , uncredited), George Holmes (as Minor Role , uncredited), Norris Houser (as Minor Role , uncredited), Jerry Jarrette (as Minor Role , uncredited), Payne B. Johnson (as Boy , uncredited), Therese Jorgensen (as Minor Role , uncredited), Harry Joyce (as Minor Role , uncredited), Jack Kearney (as Minor Role , uncredited), Lynne Kelly (as Minor Role , uncredited), Donald Kerr (as Pool Party Photographer , uncredited), The King Sisters (as Vocal Quartette , uncredited), Marilyn Kinsley (as Dancer , uncredited), Virginia Kucharski (as Minor Role , uncredited), Donna La Barr (as Minor Role , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Ho ucciso! DVD (1935)
Also known as: Crime and Punishment DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Crime

Director: Josef von Sternberg

Cast: Peter Lorre (as Roderick Raskolnikov), Edward Arnold (as Insp. Porfiry), Marian Marsh (as Sonya), Tala Birell (as Antonya Raskolnikov), Elisabeth Risdon (as Mrs. Raskolnikov), Robert Allen (as Dmitri), Douglass Dumbrille (as Grilov), Gene Lockhart (as Lushin), Charles Waldron (as University president), Thurston Hall (as Editor), Johnny Arthur (as Clerk), Mrs. Patrick Campbell (as Pawnbroker), A. Gest (as Clerk), Edith Arnold (as Nastasya , uncredited), Michael Arshasky (as Clerk , uncredited), George Blagoi (as Clerk , uncredited), Nana Bryant (as Madam , uncredited), Davison Clark (as Cop , uncredited), Frank Fanning (as Cop , uncredited), Al Ferguson (as Cop , uncredited), Sheldon Jett (as Tenant who discovers body , uncredited), Lorimer Johnston (as Bit , uncredited), George Lloyd (as Bit , uncredited), Michael Mark (as Painter / prisoner , uncredited), George McKay (as Bit , uncredited), Robert Middlemass (as Cop , uncredited), Gene Morgan (as Drunk , uncredited), Harry Neilman (as Cop , uncredited), Rafaela Ottiano (as Landlady , uncredited), Rita Owin (as Reception Clerk , uncredited), Russ Powell (as Porter , uncredited), Hal Price (as Porter , uncredited), Jack Richardson (as Man , uncredited), Peter Seal (as Cop , uncredited), Harry Semels (as Porter , uncredited), Kathryn Sheldon (as Bit , uncredited), Cecil Weston (as Secretary , uncredited), Robert Wilber (as Waiter , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Roderick Raskolnikov, a brilliant criminology student and writer, becomes embittered by poverty and his inability to support his family. When he sees a desperate prostitute, Sonya, degraded by a vicious pawnbroker, Raskolnikov, a proponent of the idea that some people are imbued with such intelligence that the law cannot be applied to them as to other people, decides to rid the world of the pawnbroker and thus save his family and Sonya as well from the fate poverty forces on them. When Porphiry, the police detective investigating the murder, encounters Raskolnikov, he finds a man nearly crippled by the guilt and paranoia his deed has burdened him with. But Raskolnikov clings with as much coldness and calculation as he can muster to his guiding idea, that some crimes ought not to be punished.

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