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Io e Annie DVD (1977)
Also known as: Annie Hall DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance

Director(s): Woody Allen

Cast: Woody Allen (as Alvy Singer), Diane Keaton (as Annie Hall), Tony Roberts (as Rob), Carol Kane (as Allison), Paul Simon (as Tony Lacey), Shelley Duvall (as Pam), Janet Margolin (as Robin), Colleen Dewhurst (as Mom Hall), Christopher Walken (as Duane Hall), Donald Symington (as Dad Hall), Helen Ludlam (as Grammy Hall), Mordecai Lawner (as Alvy's Dad), Joan Neuman (as Alvy's Mom), Jonathan Munk (as Alvy - Age 9), Ruth Volner (as Alvy's Aunt), Martin Rosenblatt (as Alvy's Uncle), Hy Anzell (as Joey Nichols), Rashel Novikoff (as Aunt Tessie), Russell Horton (as Man in Theatre Line), Marshall McLuhan (as Marshall McLuhan), Christine Jones (as Dorrie), Mary Boylan (as Miss Reed), Wendy Girard (as Janet), John Doumanian (as Coke Fiend), Bob Maroff (as Man #1 Outside Theatre), Rick Petrucelli (as Man #2 Outside Theatre), Lee Callahan (as Ticket Seller at Theatre), Chris Gampel (as Doctor), Dick Cavett (as Dick Cavett), Mark Lenard (as Navy Officer), Dan Ruskin (as Comedian at Rally), John Glover (as Actor Boy Friend), Bernie Styles (as Comic's Agent), Johnny Haymer (as Comic), Ved Bandhu (as Maharishi), John Dennis Johnston (as L.A. Policeman), Laurie Bird (as Tony Lacey's Girlfriend), James MacKrell (as Lacey Party Guest), Jeff Goldblum (as Lacey Party Guest), William Callaway (as Lacey Party Guest), Roger Newman (as Lacey Party Guest), Alan Landers (as Lacey Party Guest), Jean Sarah Frost (as Lacey Party Guest), Vince O'Brien (as Hotel Doctor), Humphrey Davis (as Alvy's Psychiatrist), Veronica Radburn (as Annie's Psychiatrist), Robin Mary Paris (as Actress in Rehearsal), Charles Levin (as Actor in Rehearsal), Wayne Carson (as Rehearsal Stage Manager), Michael Karm (as Rehearsal Director), Petronia Johnson (as Tony's Date at Nightclub), Shaun Casey (as Tony's Date at Nightclub), Riccardo Bertoni (as Waiter #1 at Nightclub), Michael Aronin (as Waiter #2 at Nightclub), Lou Picetti (as Street Stranger), Loretta Tupper (as Street Stranger), James Burge (as Street Stranger), Shelley Hack (as Street Stranger), Albert Ottenheimer (as Street Stranger), Paula Trueman (as Street Stranger), Beverly D'Angelo (as Actress in Rob's T.V. Show), Tracey Walter (as Actor in Rob's T.V. Show), David Wier (as Alvy's Classmate), Keith Dentice (as Alvy's Classmate), Susan Mellinger (as Alvy's Classmate), Hamit Perezic (as Alvy's Classmate), James Balter (as Alvy's Classmate), Eric Gould (as Alvy's Classmate), Amy Levitan (as Alvy's Classmate), Gary Allen (as School Teacher), Frank Vohs (as School Teacher), Sybil Bowan (as School Teacher), Margaretta Warwick (as School Teacher), Lucy Lee Flippin (as Waitress at Health Food Restaurant), Gary Mule Deer (as Man at Health Food Restaurant), Sigourney Weaver (as Alvy's Date Outside Theatre), Walter Bernstein (as Annie's Date Outside Theatre), Jan Citron (as College Audience , uncredited), Scott Crawford (as Peter , uncredited), Gregory Doucette (as Usher , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Io e Barnaby DVD (1979)
Also known as: Barnaby and me DVD (original title)

Country: Australia

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Adventure, Family

Director(s): Norman Panama

Cast: Sid Caesar (as Leo Fisk), Juliet Mills (as Jennifer), Sally Boyden (as Linda), Rangi Nikora (as Ko), Hugh Keays-Byrne (as Huggins), Kenneth Laird (as Bromwich), Dave Allenby (as Pommie), James Condon (as The Chairman), Bruce Spence (as Tall Baddie), Al Kenny (as Bad Baddie), John Bremner (as Short Baddie), Michael Beecher (as French Reporter), David Whitford (as Australian Reporter), Hudson Faucett (as U.S. Consul), Karl Florsheim (as German Reporter), John McTernan (as Secretary), Margaret Christensen (as Doctor), Ivar Kants (as Boris), Edward Howell (as Tennis Umpire), Ken Fraser (as Club President), Terry Bader (as Photographer), Gordon Poole (as Ticket Seller), Daws Butler (voice of Barnaby), John J. Newcombe (as Himself)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Io e il colonnello DVD (1958)
Also known as: Me and the Colonel DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, War

Director(s): Peter Glenville

Cast: Danny Kaye (as S.L. Jacobowsky), Curd Jürgens (as Colonel Prokoszny), Nicole Maurey (as Suzanne Roualet), Françoise Rosay (as Madame Bouffier), Akim Tamiroff (as Szabuniewicz), Martita Hunt (as Mother Superior), Alexander Scourby (as Major Von Bergen), Liliane Montevecchi (as Cosette), Ludwig Stössel (as Dr. Szicki), Gérard Buhr (as German Captain), Franz Roehn (as Monsieur Girardin), Celia Lovsky (as Mme. Arle), Clément Harari (as Man of the Gestapo), Alain Bouvette (as Rothschild's Chauffeur), Albert Godderis (as M. Gravat), Karen Lenay (as Denise), Eugene Borden (as Pierre Michel), Maurice Marsac (as French Lieutenant), Jack Ary (as German Sergeant , uncredited), Jacques Bertrand (as Porter , uncredited), Mathilde Casadesus (as Secretary , uncredited), Jean Clarieux (as French Soldier , uncredited), Robert Dalban (as Pierre Michel , uncredited), Maurice de Canonge (as Hollander , uncredited), Jean Del Val (as Old Gentleman , uncredited), Jacques Dhéry (as Airport Official , uncredited), Micheline Gary (as Young Nun , uncredited), Peter Glenville (as British Submarine Commander , uncredited), Rudy Lenoir (as German Civilian , uncredited), Colin Mann (as Passport Official , uncredited), Jenny Orléans (as Nun , uncredited), Pailette (as Mme. Girardin , uncredited), André Pradel (as Porter , uncredited), Marcelle Ranson-Hervé (as Secretary , uncredited), Otto Reichow (as German Sergeant , uncredited), Werner Reichow (as German Sergeant , uncredited), Guy Rolland (as German Civilian , uncredited), Henry Rowland (as German Captain , uncredited), Roger Saget (as Taxi Driver , uncredited), Martine Toscane (as Plump Nun , uncredited), Ivan Triesault (as Polish Vice Consul , uncredited), Jean Vinci (as Spanish Clerk , uncredited), Hugues Wanner (as German General , uncredited), Jean Werner (as German Soldier , uncredited), Richard Winckler (as German Soldier , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Jacobowsky, a Jewish refugee, flees from the Nazis with an aristocratic, anti-semitic Polish officer trying to get papers to England. Jurgens learns to appreciate Kaye, despite their competition for the same woman, and together they outwit their pursuers.

Io e il generale DVD (1958)
Also known as: The Square Peg DVD (original title)

Country: UK

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, War

Director(s): John Paddy Carstairs

Cast: Norman Wisdom (as Norman Pitkin / General Schreiber), Honor Blackman (as Lesley Cartland), Edward Chapman (as Mr. Grimsdale), Campbell Singer (as Sergeant Loder), Hattie Jacques (as Gretchen von Schmettering), Brian Worth (as Henri Le Blanc), Terence Alexander (as Captain Wharton), John Warwick (as Colonel Layton), Arnold Bell (as General Hunt), André Maranne (as Jean-Claude), Victor Beaumont (as Jogenkraut), Frank Williams (as Captain Ford), Eddie Leslie (as Medical officer), Harold Goodwin (as (uncredited), Fred Griffiths (as Lorry Driver , uncredited), John G. Heller (as German officer at gatepost , uncredited), Victor Maddern (as Cpl Motor Pool. , uncredited), Richard Marner (as German officer , uncredited), Sheila McGibbon (as Annie McQuillan , uncredited), Oliver Reed (as (uncredited), Hazel Sutton (as Blonde , uncredited), Richard Warner (as (uncredited), Ian Wilson (as Extra , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Norman and Mr Grimsdale are council workmen mending the road outside an Army base when they come into conflict with the military. Shortly afterwards, they get drafted and fall into the clutches of the Sergeant they have just bested. They are sent to France to repair roads in front of the Allied advance but get captured. Norman takes advantage of a useful similarity to impersonate General Schreiber and manages to return a hero.

Io e l'amore DVD (1929)
Also known as: Spite Marriage DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Edward Sedgwick, Buster Keaton

Cast: Buster Keaton (as Elmer), Dorothy Sebastian (as Trilby Drew), Edward Earle (as Lionel Benmore), Leila Hyams (as Ethyl Norcrosse), William Bechtel (as Nussbaum), Jack Byron (as Scarzi), Joe Bordeaux (as Rumrunner , uncredited), Ray Cooke (as The Bellboy , uncredited), Mike Donlin (as Man in Ship's Engine Room , uncredited), Pat Harmon (as Ship Captain , uncredited), Sydney Jarvis (as Man in Audience Next to Elmer , uncredited), Theodore Lorch (as Actor as 'Union Officer' , uncredited), Hank Mann (as Stage Manager , uncredited), Charles Sullivan (as Tough Sailor , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Elmer is a dry cleaner. He is madly in love with stage star Trilby Drew; for each of her 35 performances, he dons someone else's tuxedo and races to the theatre. When Trilby's co-star boyfriend gets engaged to a socialite, she marries Elmer to get even, assuming Elmer is a millionaire (since his clothes are so snazzy.) But she's clearly still in love with her scoundrelous co-star, and her manager makes her leave Elmer, trying to pay him off so the papers don't hear about her marriage to a "cheap pants presser." Can Elmer win her love? Maybe a sea voyage will help.

Io e l'imperatrice DVD (1933)
Also known as: Ich und die Kaiserin DVD (original title)

Country: Germany

Spoken Languages: German

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Friedrich Hollaender

Cast: Lilian Harvey (as Juliette), Mady Christians (as Empress), Conrad Veidt (as Marquis de Pontignac), Heinz Rühmann (as Didier), Friedel Schuster (voice of Annabel), Hubert von Meyerinck (as Flügeladjutant), Julius Falkenstein (as Offenbach), Paul Morgan (as Erfinder des Fahrrades), Hans Hermann Schaufuß (as Doctor), Käte Kühl (as Marianne), Heinrich Gretler (as Sanitäter), Eugen Rex (as Etienne, Diener des Marquis), Hans Deppe, Hans Nowack (as Erfinder des Telefons), Margot Höpfner, Walter Reisch (as Himself - Author , unconfirmed)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Io e l'uovo DVD (1947)
Also known as: The Egg and I DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance

Director(s): Chester Erskine

Cast: Claudette Colbert (as Betty MacDonald), Fred MacMurray (as Bob MacDonald), Marjorie Main (as Phoebe 'Ma' Kettle), Louise Allbritton (as Harriet Putnam), Percy Kilbride (as Frank 'Pa' Kettle), Richard Long (as Tom Kettle), Billy House (as Billy Reed), Ida Moore (as Old Lady), Donald MacBride (as Mr. Henty), Samuel S. Hinds (as Sheriff), Esther Dale (as Birdie Hicks), Elisabeth Risdon (as Betty's Mother), John Berkes (as Geoduck), Victor Potel (as Crowbar), Fuzzy Knight (as Cab Driver), Isabel O'Madigan (as Mrs. Hicks' Mother), Dorothy Vaughan (as Maid), Polly Bailey (as Reveler at Country Dance , uncredited), William Bailey (as Doctor at Country Dance , uncredited), Jack Baxley (as Judge , uncredited), Vangie Beilby (as Reveler at Country Dance , uncredited), Carl Bennett (as Attendant , uncredited), Earl Bennett (as Reveler at Country Dance , uncredited), Joseph E. Bernard (as Asa Pettingrew , uncredited), Robert Beyers (as Kettle Child , uncredited), Chet Brandenburg (as Reveler at Country Dance , uncredited), Judith Bryant (as Kettle Child , uncredited), Robert Cherry (as Goon , uncredited), William Desmond (as Spectator at County Fair , uncredited), Banjo the Dog (as Sport , uncredited), Diane Florentine (as Kettle Child , uncredited), Diane Graeff (as Kettle Child , uncredited), Jesse Graves (as Porter , uncredited), Herman Hack (as Reveler at Country Dance , uncredited), Herbert Heywood (as Mailman , uncredited), Joe Hiser (as Goon , uncredited), George Hoagland (as Reveler at Country Dance , uncredited), Jimmie Horan (as Reveler at Country Dance , uncredited), Teddy Infuhr (as Albert Kettle , uncredited), Jack Kenny (as Townsman , uncredited), Ann Kunde (as Reveler at Country Dance , uncredited), Nolan Leary (as Announcer , uncredited), Ralph Littlefield (as Photographer , uncredited), George Lloyd (as Farmhand , uncredited), Kathleen Mackey (as Kettle Child , uncredited), Louis Mason (as Bergheimer , uncredited), Sam McDaniel (as Waiter on Train , uncredited), George McDonald (as Kettle Child , uncredited), Howard M. Mitchell (as Announcer , uncredited), Gloria Moore (as Kettle Child , uncredited), Frank O'Connor (as Reveler at Country Dance , uncredited), Bob Perry (as Reveler at Country Dance , uncredited), Charles Perry (as Reveler at Country Dance , uncredited), Eugene Persson (as Kettle Child , uncredited), Joe Ploski (as Goon , uncredited), Joe Recht (as Goon , uncredited), Beatrice Roberts (as Nurse , uncredited), Hector V. Sarno (as Burlaga , uncredited), Sammy Schultz (as Goon , uncredited), Nella Spraugh (as Reveler at Country Dance , uncredited), Dorothy Vernon (as Reveler at Country Dance , uncredited), Glen Walters (as Townswoman , uncredited), Robert Winans (as Kettle Child , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: On their wedding night Bob informs his new bride Betty that he has bought a chicken farm. An abandoned chicken farm, to be exact, which is obvious when the two move in. Betty endures Bob's enthusiasm for the rural life, rustic inconveniences, and battling nature, but her patience is severely tested when glamorous neighbor Harriet Putnam seems to set her sights on Bob.

Io e la boxe DVD (1926)
Also known as: Battling Butler DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Buster Keaton

Cast: Buster Keaton (as Alfred Butler), Snitz Edwards (as Alfred's Valet), Sally O'Neil (as The Mountain Girl), Walter James (as The Moutain Girl's Father), Budd Fine (as The Mountain Girl's Brother), Francis McDonald (as Alfred Battling Butler), Mary O'Brien (as Butler's Wife), Tom Wilson (as Butler's Trainer), Eddie Borden (as Butler's Manager)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Alfred's father wants him to make of a man of himself so sends him off on a hunting and fishing trip. He doesn't catch or shoot anything, but he does fall in love with a mountain girl. When her father and brothers laugh at this they are informed that he is Alfred "Battling" Butler, the championship fighter. From there on the masquerade must be maintained.

Io e la donna DVD (1962)
Also known as: Le soupirant DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: French

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Pierre Étaix

Cast: France Arnel (as Stella, the Olympia star), Pierre Étaix (as Pierre, the Suitor), Laurence Lignières (as Laurence, Pierre's Neighbour), Claude Massot (as Pierre's Father), Denise Péronne (as Pierre's Mother), Karin Vesely (as Ilka, the Swedish Au-pair), Robert Blome, Pierre Maguelon (as Olympia's Stage Manager), Dominique Clément, Dora Diana, Bernard Dumaine, Armelle Engel, Édouard Francomme, Jeannette François, Lucien Frégis (as Painter in Park Scene), Brigitte Juslin, Patrice Laffont (as Stella's Son), Kim Lokay (as Stella's Bodyguard), Georges Loriot, Jean-Pierre Moutier, Sally Pearce, Guy Piérauld, Gilles Rosset, Robert Sabatier, Roger Trapp, Béatrice Arnac (as Stella in TV Scene , archive footage, uncredited), Charles Bayard (as Old Man in Lift Scene , uncredited), Pierre Vernet (as Man with Girl in Park Scene , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Pierre is a shy man whose sole focus in life is studying astrology in solitude, which is often difficult since he still lives at and studies in his parent's house. His parent's would rather he date and get married. He takes on this task with verve. Not knowing how to approach women in a romantic way, he watches how other men operate and tries to emulate them, most often without success. He ends up attracting the one woman he doesn't really want, a fun loving woman named Laurence who lives next door, but he becomes obsessed with Stella, a singer he sees on television. He believes her love song is being sung directly to him. As Pierre tries to get away from Laurence while pursuing Stella, he may miss the perfect match who may be right under his nose.

Io e la scimmia DVD (1928)
Also known as: The Cameraman DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

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

Director(s): Edward Sedgwick, Buster Keaton

Cast: Buster Keaton (as Buster), Marceline Day (as Sally), Harold Goodwin (as Stagg), Sidney Bracey (as Éditor), Harry Gribbon (as Cop), Edward Brophy (as Man in Bath-House , uncredited), Ray Cooke (as Office Worker , uncredited), Vernon Dent (as Man in Tight Bathing Suit , uncredited), William Irving (as Photographer , uncredited), Harry Keaton (as Extra in Swimming Pool , uncredited), Louise Keaton (as Extra in Swimming Pool , uncredited), Charles A. Lindbergh (as Himself , archive footage, uncredited), Bert Moorhouse (as Randall , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: After becoming infatuated with a pretty office worker for MGM Newsreels, Buster trades in his tintype operation for a movie camera and sets out to impress the girl (and MGM) with his work.

Io e la vacca DVD (1925)
Also known as: Go West DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Western

Director(s): Buster Keaton

Cast: Howard Truesdale (as Owner of the Diamond Bar Ranch), Kathleen Myers (as His Daughter), Ray Thompson (as The Foreman), Brown Eyes (as Herself), Buster Keaton (as Friendless), Joe Keaton (as Man in Barber Shop , uncredited), Gus Leonard (as General Store Owner , uncredited), Babe London (as Woman in Department Store , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A young man who doesn't find a job in his small hometown, tries his luck in New York, but is overwelmed by the life of the city, so decides to try his luck somewhere else after a only a few minutes in New York. He falls off a train near a ranch, where he tries his luck as a cowbowy, being in his own way very sucessful. But he shows what he can do when the farm has to bring a 100 head of cattle to the slaughterhouses of Los Angeles to avoid going bankrupt, against the will of his neighbour who wants a better price. After a shoot-out with the neighbour's men he's the only person on a Los Angeles bound train with 1000 cows....

Io e lui DVD (1973)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Fantasy

Director(s): Luciano Salce

Cast: Lando Buzzanca (as Rico), Bulle Ogier (as Irene), Vittorio Caprioli (as Cutica), Antonia Santilli (as Flavia Protti), Gabriella Giorgelli (as Fausta - wife of Rico), Yves Beneyton (as Maurizio), Mario Pisu (as Protti), Jessica Dublin (as Trotti's Wife), Paolo Bonacelli (as Vladimiro), Dimitri Corchialis (as Scavazza - Fat director), Bruno Boschetti, Luigi Antonio Guerra (as Servant), Bruno Alias (as Dinner Guest , uncredited), Luciano Bonanni (as Bonanni - Cutica Assistant , uncredited), Nicoletta Elmi (as Virginia , uncredited), Enrico Marciani (as The Banker , uncredited), Enzo Mondino (as Dinner Guest , uncredited), Teresa Rossi Passante (as Dinner Guest , uncredited), Pier Maria Rossi (as Friend of Maurizio , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Rico is a not too successful screen-player. He is also a repressed sex addict. His life changes when he starts to talk to his own penis, which incredibly answers him! All his relationships and views about reality are seriously impacted by his new "friend", his penis! The "two" in fact, often have different opinions, and sometimes the personality of "it" is stronger than its owner.

Io io io e gli altri DVD (1966)
Also known as: Me Me Me and the Others DVD (English title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Alessandro Blasetti

Cast: Gina Lollobrigida (as Titta), Silvana Mangano (as Silvia), Walter Chiari (as Sandro), Vittorio De Sica (as Commendator Trepossi), Nino Manfredi (as 'Millevache'), Marcello Mastroianni (as Peppino Moratti), Caterina Boratto (as Luigia, Peppino's Sister-in-law), Vittorio Caprioli (as Finizio, Politician), Elisa Cegani (as Francesca, Peppino's Housekeeper), Andrea Checchi (as Praying Man), Umberto D'Orsi (as Man in Railway Station), Graziella Granata (as Gisella, Girl in the Train), Marisa Merlini (as Lady on the telephone), Paolo Panelli (as Photographer), Mario Pisu (as Winner of the 'Capranica'), Salvo Randone (as Traveller with a menu), Luisa Rivelli (as Lady dancing), Maria Grazia Spina (as Nicetta, Peppino's Niece), Saro Urzì (as 2nd Praying Man), Franca Valeri (as Journalist), Sylva Koscina (as The 'Star'), Francesco Baiolo, Nerio Bernardi, Salvatore Campochiaro, Enzo Cerusico, Alberto Cevenini, Carlo Croccolo (as JokingTraveller), Solveyg D'Assunta (as Rosa), Ermelinda De Felice, Maria Rosaria Di Pietro (as Anna), Rossana Di Rocco, Rika Dialyna, Sandro Dori (as Printmaker), Giustino Durano (as Policeman), Fanfulla (as Concierge), Mario Ferrari, Ettore Geri (as 3rd Praying Man), John Karlsen (as Producer), Lelio Luttazzi (as Director), Renato Malavasi (as Usher), Marina Malfatti, Gianni Manera (as Boy near Excelsior Hotel), Genevieve Mark, Vittorio Mazza, Fabrizio Moroni (as Boy in Railway Station), Paul Muller (as Funeral Parlours Manager), Lia Murano (as Claudia), Elio Pandolfi (as Newscaster), Piero Pastore, Enzo Petito, Mimmo Poli, Gianni Rizzo (as Politician with glasses), Umberto Sacripante, Mario Scaccia (as Guidarino, Journalist), Rosella Spinelli, Carlo Sposito (as Barman), Daniela Surina, Tellino Tellini, Renato Terra, Giulio Tomasini, Mario Valdemarin (as Waiter), Elsa Vazzoler, Lena von Martens, Antoinette Weynen, Calogero Azzaretto (as Emigrant , uncredited), Angelo Casadei (as Carabiniere , uncredited), Lella Cattaneo (as Woman in Church , uncredited), Geoffrey Copleston (as Traveller in restaurant , uncredited), Veriano Ginesi (as Fat Passenger , uncredited), Luigi Leoni (as Young Man looking a movie , uncredited), Filippo Perego (as Spettatore al teatro / Curioso per strada / Passante , uncredited), Alberto Plebani (as Tram passenger , uncredited), Domenico Ravenna (as Politician , uncredited), Jean Rougeul (as #4 Praying Man , uncredited), John Stacy (as Man reciting repetitive prayers , uncredited), Solvi Stubing (as (uncredited), Kitty Swan (as Girl In Shower , uncredited), Vincenzo Talarico (as Indro , uncredited), Maria Tedeschi (as Old Woman , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Sandro is a well-known journalist and he is conducting a survey on human selfishness. Every man and every woman he meets turns into a theme for his inquiry. Even his own wife, Titta. But little by little Sandro identifies himself with the people he meets and the accusation against mankind changes into a confession to himself. And, after the death of his true friend Peppino Marazzi and a conversation with Silvia, Sandro begins to consider again his own life.

Io mammeta e tu DVD (1958)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Carlo Ludovico Bragaglia

Cast: Marisa Merlini (as Donna Amalia, la madre), Renato Salvatori (as Nicolino, il fidanzato), Rossella Como (as Carmelina, la figlia), Domenico Modugno (as Gaetano), Dolores Palumbo (as Donna Nunziata), Alida Cappellini (as Sisinella), Franca Gandolfi (as Lilli), Fernando Sancho (as Turco), Monserrat Blanche (as Zia Maria), Gennaro Di Napoli (as Armando, il parrucchiere), Agostino Salvietti (as Maggiore medico), Franco Sportelli (as Maresciallo di picchetto), Aldo Tarantino (as Cameriera della trattoria), Memmo Carotenuto (as Marito della partoriente), Tina Pica (as La nonna)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: In 1950s Naples (more Italian than Italy itself), a couple struggles to be together against, you guessed it, the will of the mother-in-law. in the end, not only they will be together, but the mother-in-law to be, a widow, finds love as well, although the guy will have pass the mother-in-law's own mother scrutiny.

Io mio figlio e la fidanzata DVD (1960)
Also known as: Les tortillards DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Jean Bastia

Cast: Jean Richard (as César Beauminet), Roger Pierre (as Gérard Durand), Louis de Funès (as Émile Durand), Nicky Valor (as Céline Valmont), Danièle Lebrun (as Suzy Beauminet), Annick Tanguy (as Fanny), Robert Rollis (as Ernest), Max Desrau (as Pépé), Billy Bourbon (as Albert Albert), Madeleine Barbulée (as Adélaïde Benoît), Jane Helly (as Marguerite Durand), Christian Marin (as Léon), André Dalibert (as M. Grandjean), Pierre Mirat (as Un paysan), Alain Roulleau (as Le petit Robert), Charles Bouillaud (as Le maire de la ville et auteur de la pièce), Albert Michel (as Le garde-champêtre), Sylvain (as Le concierge), Louisette Rousseau (as La concierge), Jean Berton (as M. Laporte, l'huissier), Nono Zammit (as L'acteur), Lena Buoli (as Petit rôle , uncredited), Mario David (as L'automobiliste , uncredited), Max Elloy (as M. Bonfils , uncredited), Fransined (as Le machiniste de la salle , uncredited), Marcelle Féry (as Petit rôle , uncredited), René Hell (as L'annonceur du spectacle , uncredited), Marcel Loche (as Petit rôle , uncredited), Max Martel (as Un passager du train , uncredited), Franck Maurice (as Un spectateur au théâtre , uncredited), Anna Rey (as Petit rôle , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Io non protesto io amo DVD (1967)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Musical

Director(s): Ferdinando Baldi

Cast: Caterina Caselli (as Caterina), Terence Hill (as Gabriele), Livio Lorenzon (as Barone Francesco Maria Calò), Nina Larker (as Barbara), Tiberio Murgia (as Salvatore), Pinuccio Ardia (as Giuseppe), Rosita Pisano (as Anna Maria), Enzo Maggio (as Felice), Giancarlo Cobelli (as Filippo), Luisa De Santis (as Dorothy), Mario Frera (as Beniamino), Enrico Montesano (as Domenico), Ivo Callegari, Antonella Murgia (as Evelina), Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia (as Traffic Officer), Bruno Scipioni (as Ghighi - Record Store Owner), Mario De Simone (as Mayor), Renato Zero (as Dancing boy at party , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Io non scappo fuggo DVD (1970)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Franco Prosperi

Cast: Enrico Montesano, Alighiero Noschese, Renato De Carmine, Lino Banfi, Ignazio Leone, Stefano Satta Flores, Bruno Naerini, Gianfranco D'Angelo, Stefano Oppedisano

Medium: DVD R/RW

Io non spezzo rompo DVD (1971)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Bruno Corbucci

Cast: Alighiero Noschese (as Riccardo Viganò), Enrico Montesano (as Attilio Canepari), Janet Agren (as Carla Viganò), Claudio Gora (as Frank Mannata), Lino Banfi (as Zagaria - policeman from Apulia), Gino Pernice (as Policeman from Liguria), Anna Campori (as Elena - wife of Riccardo), Giacomo Furia (as Policeman from Naples), Gordon Mitchell (as Joe il Rosso), Ignazio Leone (as Mazzetti), Mario Donatone (as Tony Cupiello), Sandro Dori (as Rick), Luca Sportelli (as Owner of Red Car , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Io non vedo tu non parli lui non sente DVD (1971)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Mario Camerini

Cast: Alighiero Noschese (as Luigi Gorletti), Enrico Montesano (as Valerio), Francesca Romana Coluzzi, Gastone Moschin (as Metello Bottazzi), Janet Agren (as Monica Gorletti), Isabella Biagini, Gianrico Tedeschi (as Comm. Salvatore Mazzia), Vittorio De Sica (as Player in Venice casino), Bianca Castagnetta, Cesare Di Vito, Irio Fantini, Angelo Infanti (as Claude Parmentier), Dolores Palumbo (as Maid), Alessandro Perrella, Alberigo Donadeo (as Curious Onlooker , uncredited), Giuseppe Marrocco (as Cameriere interrogato dalla polizia , uncredited), Gennarino Pappagalli (as Man at Restaurant , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Io sono con te DVD (1943)
Also known as: Je suis avec toi DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: French

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance

Director(s): Henri Decoin

Cast: Yvonne Printemps (as Élisabeth & Irène), Pierre Fresnay (as François), Jacques Louvigny (as Le commissaire), Jean Meyer (as Armand), Palau (as Le contrôleur), Luce Fabiole (as Tante Ellen), Denise Benoît (as Irma), André Valmy (as Le gérant de l'hôtel), Guita Karen (as Madeleine), André Varennes (as Le général), Robert Le Fort (as Le violoniste), Annette Poivre (as La postière), Henry Prestat (as Le veilleur de nuit), Henri de Livry (as Le portier), Jacques Janvier, Paulette Dubost (as La standardiste), Bernard Blier (as Robert), Maggy Claude (as (uncredited), Paul Delauzac (as Le maître d'hôtel , uncredited), Simone Gerbier (as (uncredited), Jacques Munier (as (uncredited), Anne Vandène (as (uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Io sono il capataz DVD (1951)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Western

Director(s): Giorgio Simonelli

Cast: Renato Rascel (as Uguccione / Rascelito Villa), Silvana Pampanini (as Rosa de Fuego), Virgilio Riento (as Il Guardiano), Marilyn Buferd (as Moira), Luigi Pavese (as Erasmo), Vittorio Duse (as Puchero), Nino Crisman (as Gonzales), Bruno Corelli (as Il Sarto Francese), Mario Pisu (as Hurtado), Kiki Urbani (as Danzatrice Bianca), Vickie Henderson (as Danzatrice Creola), Sophia Loren (as Segretaria del Dittatore), Carlo Delle Piane, Alberto Sorrentino, Mario Volpicelli, Adriano Ambrogi, Angelo Dessy, Attilio Torelli, Bruno Smith, Arnaldo Mochetti, Claude Marchant, Guglielmo Leoncini, Franco Jamonte, Armando Furlai, Riccardo Foti, Maria Piazzai, Franco Pesce, Amalia Pellegrini, Giovanni Onorato, Corrado Nardi, Guido Morisi, Giulio Donnini, Oscar Andriani, Rina Dei, Dale Arden, Giulio Battiferri, Giovanni Petrucci

Medium: DVD R/RW

Io sono il più grande DVD (1977)
Also known as: The Greatest DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Sport, Biography

Director(s): Tom Gries

Cast: Muhammad Ali (as Cassius Clay / Muhammad Ali), Ernest Borgnine (as Angelo Dundee), John Marley (as Dr. Ferdie Pacheco), Lloyd Haynes (as Herbert Muhammad), Malachi Throne (as Payton Jory), Lucille Benson (as Mrs. Fairlie), Teddy Wilson (as John the Gardener), Annazette Chase (as Belinda Ali), Mira Waters (as Ruby Sanderson), Chip McAllister (as Cassius Clay Aged 18), Drew Bundini Brown (as Drew 'Bundini' Brown), Robert Duvall (as Bill McDonald), David Huddleston (as Cruikshank), Ben Johnson (as Hollis), James Earl Jones (as Malcolm X), Dina Merrill (as Velvet Green), Roger E. Mosley (as Sonny Liston), Paul Winfield (as Draft Lawyer), Richard Gullage (as Commission Doctor), Arthur Adams (as Cassius Clay Senior), Dorothy Meyer (as Odessa Clay), Rahman Ali (as Rahaman Ali), Howard Bingham (as Howard Bingham), Stack Pierce (as Rahaman), Richard Venture (as Colonel), W. Youngblood Muhammad (as W. Youngblood Muhammad), Ven Medina (as Ronnie), Paul Mantee (as Carrara), Skip Homeier (as Major), Lloyd Wells (as Lloyd Wells), George Garro (as Mr. Curtis), David Clennon (as Captain), Ernie Wheelwright (as Bossman Jones), Pat Patterson (as Pat Patterson), George Cooper (as Lawyer), James Gammon (as Mr. Harry), Gene Kilroy (as Gene Kilroy), Toni Crabtree (as Hooker), Sally Gries (as Sponsor's Wife), Elizabeth Marshall (as Sponsor's Wife), Don Dunphy (as Commentator), Fernand A. Larrieu Jr. (as Grocer), Nai Bonet (as Suzie Gomez), Harold Conrad (as Harold Conrad), Alberto Martín (as Doctor), Ray Holland (as Reporter), Ray Mann (as Young Man), Sally Bondi (as Bess , uncredited), Joe Bugner (as Joe Bugner , archive footage, uncredited), Ty Copeman (as White Youth , uncredited), Roy Firestone (as TV Reporter , uncredited), George Foreman (as George Foreman , archive footage, uncredited), Levi Forte (as Gym Boxer , uncredited), Bob Gordon (as Reporter , uncredited), Vic Hunter (as Metro Di , uncredited), Jay W. Jensen (as Boxing Fan , uncredited), Jack McDermott (as Reporter , uncredited), Archie Moore (as Archie Moore , uncredited), Todd Rosen (as Reporter , uncredited), Kirby Sanders (as Reporter 'Can We Quote You' , uncredited), Tracy 'Chubby' Steele (as Boxer Hitting Heavy Bag in 5th Street Gym , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Muhammad Ali stars as himself in this dramatised version of his life story up to the late 1970s. It includes his Olympic triumphs as Cassius Clay, his conversion to Islam, his refusal of the Army draft and the legal battle after being stripped of his World Title.

Io sono un autarchico DVD (1976)
Also known as: I Am Self Sufficient DVD (English title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Nanni Moretti

Cast: Luciano Agati (as Giuseppe), Lorenza Codignola, Simona Frosi (as Silvia), Nanni Moretti (as Michele Apicella), Beniamino Placido (as Theatrical Critic), Andrea Pozzi (as Andrea), Fabio Traversa (as Fabio Ghezzi), Giorgio Viterbo (as Giorgio), Paolo Zaccagnini (as Paolo), Stefano Bergesio, Benedetta Bini (as Benedetta), Alberto Flores d'Arcais (as Pio), Lori Valerini (as Girl in the Window), Stefano Brasini, Mauro Fabretti, Enrico Proietti, Paolo Flores d'Arcais, Franco Moretti (as The Buddhist), Andrea Parlatore, Silverio Pozzi, Fabio Sposini, Piero Galletti, Enzo D'Agostino, Alberto Abruzzese, Augusto Minzolini, Fabrizio De Taddeo, Franco Piersanti, Carlo Postiglione, Guido Valesini (as The Doctor), Filippo La Porta, Luigi Moretti (as Spectator), Lucio Ravasini (as Spectator)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Io sto con gli ippopotami DVD (1979)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Action, Comedy, Adventure

Director(s): Italo Zingarelli

Cast: Terence Hill (as Slim), Bud Spencer (as Tom), Joe Bugner (as Ormond), May Dlamini (as Mama Leone), Dawn Jürgens (as Stella, Slim's lady-love), Malcolm Kirk (as Ormond's bald henchman), Ben Masinga (as Jason, the doctor), Les Marcowitz (as Trixie, the Midget), Johan Naude (as Ormond's chief henchman, the Russian), Nic van Rensburg, Hugh Rouse (as Police Captain, arresting Slim and Tom), Mike Schutte (as Ormond's henchman, German version: Lumpi), Kosie Smith (as Ormond's henchman with moustache, German version: Kopf, wie 'n Hauklotz), Joseph Szucs, Sandy Nkomo (as Senghor, Stella's father), Tony Binarelli (as Gambler on market with eye patch , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: In Africa, many years ago, Slim and Tom don't like it when a German tyrant, starts selling all of the African wildlife to Canadian Zoo's! Slim and Tom must teach this guy a lesson by beating the hell out of him and his gang, left and right!

Io tigro tu tigri egli tigra DVD (1978)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Giorgio Capitani, Renato Pozzetto

Cast: Renato Pozzetto (as Elia), Cochi Ponzoni (as Caminito), Paolo Villaggio (as Della Spigola), Enrico Montesano (as Roberto Micozzi), Angela Luce (as Annalise), Nadia Cassini (as Carla), Erika Blanc (as Italia), Felice Andreasi (as Il Generale), Massimo Boldi, Ugo Bologna, Paola Arduini, Lida Bonini, Vittorio Congia, Sergio Di Pinto, Renzo Ozzano, Giorgio Porcaro, Domenico Seren Gay, Sergio Ciani, Ernesto Thole, Loris Zanchi, Costantino Carrozza (as Carabiniere , uncredited), Ernesto Colli (as Conduttore del telegiornale , uncredited), Geoffrey Copleston (as Generale , uncredited), Luciano Foti (as Giornalista , uncredited), Rodolfo Magnaghi (as Commendatore , uncredited), John Stacy (as Primo Ministro Svizzero , uncredited), Maria Tedeschi (as Grandmother , uncredited), Pietro Zardini (as Uomo In Auto , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Three short stories full of absurd Italian humor. Uno: Oddjobs man Elia is hired to be a waiter and soon finds himself caught up in a plot to knock off his mistress (in more ways than one). Due: Della is convinced that aliens are on their way to consume the world and before long ends up a guinea pig on a spaceship from the planet Phobos. Tre: Roberto becomes a Bersaglieri in the Italian army and nearly causes a war between Italy and Switzerland over a packet of cigarettes.

Io Willie e Phil DVD (1980)
Also known as: Willie & Phil DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy, Romance

Director(s): Paul Mazursky

Cast: Michael Ontkean (as Willie Kaufman), Margot Kidder (as Jeannette Sutherland), Ray Sharkey (as Phil D'Amico), Jan Miner (as Maria Kaufman), Tom Brennan (as Mr. Sal Kaufman), Julie Bovasso (as Mrs. D'Amico), Louis Guss (as Mr. D'Amico), Kathleen Maguire (as Mrs. Sutherland), Kaki Hunter (as Patti Sutherland), Kristine DeBell (as Rena), Alison Cass Shurpin (as Zelda Kaufman #4), Christine Varnai (as Zelda Kaufman #3), Walter N. Lowery (as Park Bum), Jerry Hall (as Karen), Helen Hanft (as Used Cars Salesperson), Sol Frieder (as Pshchiatrist #2), Ed Van Nuys (as Official Clerk), Jill Mazursky (as Jill), Donald F. Muhich (as Psychiatrist #1), Ann E. Wile (as Elaine), Hubert J. Edwards (as Black Kid), Allen C. Dawson (as Tall Boy), Alvin Alexis (as Short Boy), Robert Townsend (as Thin Boy), Cynthia McPherson (as Woman In Hospital Bed), Karen Montgomery (as Cute Blonde), Tom Noonan (as Man In Park), Ginny Ortiz (as Puerto Rican Girl), Louis Cappeto (as Angry Man), Karen Ford (as Movie Patron), Stephan Hart, Kitty Muldoon (as Spokeswoman), Avind Harum (as Igor), Nikokas K. Irizarry (as Wedding Guest), Madeline Moroff (as Wedding Clerk / Secretary), R.M. Wexler, Mary-Pat Green (as Film Crew), Natalie Wood (as Natalie Wood), Seth Affoumado (as Classroom Student / extra), Laurence Fishburne (as Wilson), Lionel Pina (as Puerto Rican Girl's Husband), Edy Williams (as Ashley), Douglas Rowan (as Frank-n-Furter on line , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Remake of Jules et Jim following the experiences over a decade of two friends who fall in love with the same woman, enjoyably satirising the 70's through the search by the three protagonists for their identities and making sharp attacks on cultural signposts of the decade along the way. The film also studies relationships, what its director calls "wanting something permanent yet wanting to be free".

Irene DVD (1940)
Also known as: Irene DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance, Musical

Director(s): Herbert Wilcox

Cast: Anna Neagle (as Irene O'Dare), Ray Milland (as Don Marshall), Roland Young (as Mr. Smith), Alan Marshal (as Bob Vincent), May Robson (as Granny O'Dare), Billie Burke (as Mrs. Vincent), Arthur Treacher (as Bretherton), Marsha Hunt (as Eleanor Worth), Isabel Jewell (as Jane), Doris Nolan (as Lillian), Stuart Robertson (as Freddie), Ethel Griffies (as Princess Minetti), Tommy Kelly (as Michael), Juliette Compton (as Mrs. Newlands Grey), Roxanne Barkley (as Helen), Mildred Boyd (as Dancer in Harlem Version of Alice Blue Gown Number , uncredited), Tom Coleman (as Diner Patron , uncredited), Alexander D'Arcy (as Mr. Dumont , uncredited), The Dandridge Sisters (as Singing Sisters Trio , uncredited), Dorothy Dandridge (as One of the Dandridge Sisters , uncredited), Vivian Dandridge (as One of the Dandridge Sisters , uncredited), Jack Deery (as Charity Ball Guest , uncredited), J.C. Fowler (as Theatre Patron , uncredited), Herschel Graham (as Charity Ball Guest , uncredited), Avanelle Harris (as Dancer in Harlem Version of Alice Blue Gown Number , uncredited), Sam Harris (as Charity Ball Guest , uncredited), Louis Jean Heydt (as 'Biffy' Webster - the Columnist , uncredited), Michael Jeffers (as Bus Passenger , uncredited), Johnny Long and His Orchestra (as Johnny Long's Orchestra , uncredited), Etta Jones (as One of the Dandridge Sisters , uncredited), Rosemary La Planche (as Charity Ball Guest , uncredited), Mike Lally (as Charity Ball Guest , uncredited), Hank Mann (as Sam - Wrong-Way Driver , uncredited), Hans Moebus (as Club Patron , uncredited), Bert Moorhouse (as Charity Ball Guest , uncredited), Richard Neill (as Theatre Patron , uncredited), Hattie Noel (as 'Mama' - Show Singer , uncredited), Neva Peoples (as Singer in Alice Blue Gown - Black Version , uncredited), Tom Quinn (as Charity Ball Guest , uncredited), The Radio City Rockettes (as Show Dancers , uncredited), Cyril Ring (as Charity Ball Guest , uncredited), Syd Saylor (as The Gardener , uncredited), Larry Steers (as Charity Ball Guest , uncredited), Martha Tilton (as Susie Smith - Show Singer , uncredited), Edwin Tuttle (as Club Patron , uncredited), Nella Walker (as Mrs. Marshall , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Sent by her employers on an errand to the home of the wealthy Mrs. Vincent, Irene O'Dare meets Don, a friend of Bob, Mrs. Vincent's son. Attracted to Irene, Don decides to invest some money in Bob's latest venture, the "Madame Lucy" dress shop, in order to give Irene a job there as a model. She is very successful and Bob also becomes attracted to her. Smith, the manager assigns Irene and other models to display gowns at Mrs. Vincent's charity ball, but Irene ruins the gown she was to wear, and appears instead in a quaint blue dress that had belonged to her mother... and it is a big hit. A guest, Princess Minetti, places her as the niece of Ireland's Lady O'Dare, and Irene does not deny the relationship. Smith decides to set her up in a Park Avenue suite as the niece of Lady O'Dare, so that she can attend socially important gatherings wearing and displaying, of course, Madame Lucy gowns. A jealous model tells the truth to a newspaper columnist who writes an expose, which somewhat ...

Irene non ti spogliare DVD (1926)
Also known as: Irene DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance

Director(s): Alfred E. Green

Cast: Colleen Moore (as Irene O'Dare), Lloyd Hughes (as Donald Marshall), George K. Arthur (as Madame Lucy), Charles Murray (as Pa O'Dare), Kate Price (as Ma O'Dare), Ida Darling (as Mrs. Warren Marshall), Eva Novak (as Eleanor Hadley), Edward Earle (as Larry Hadley), Larry Wheat (as Bob Harrison), Marion Aye (as Helen Cheston), Bess Flowers (as Jane Gilmour), Lydia Yeamans Titus (as Mrs. Cheston), Cora Macey (as Mrs. Gilmour), Ella McKenzie (as Chubby Neighborhood Child , uncredited), Fay McKenzie (as Irene's Younger Sister , uncredited), Bobby White (as Child , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Irene, a feisty Irish girl in Philadelphia, clashes with her family and walks out, heading to New York City to seek fame and fortune. She gets a job as a dressmaker's model and becomes involved with Donald, the scion of a wealthy family. Donald's mother doesn't approve of Irene and sets out to discredit her in Donald's eyes.

Irma la dolce DVD (1963)
Irma la douce DVD (original title)
Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance

Director(s): Billy Wilder

Cast: Jack Lemmon (as Nestor Patou / Lord X), Shirley MacLaine (as Irma La Douce), Lou Jacobi (as Moustache), Bruce Yarnell (as Hippolyte), Herschel Bernardi (as Inspector Lefevre), Hope Holiday (as Lolita), Joan Shawlee (as Amazon Annie), Grace Lee Whitney (as Kiki the Cossack), Paul Dubov (as Andre), Howard McNear (as Concierge), Cliff Osmond (as Police Sergeant), Diki Lerner (as Jojo), Herb Jones (as Casablanca Charlie), Ruth Earl (as One of the Zebra Twins), Jane Earl (as One of the Zebra Twins), Tura Satana (as Suzette Wong), Lou Krugman (as Customer #1), James Brown (as Customer from Texas), Bill Bixby (as Tattooed Sailor), John Alvin (as Customer #2), Susan Woods (as Poule with Balcony), Harriette Young (as Mimi the MauMau), Sheryl Deauville (as Carmen), Billy Beck (as Officer Dupont), Jack Sahakian (as Jack), Fred Aldrich (as Diner Patron , uncredited), Al Bain (as Hood , uncredited), Edgar Barrier (as General Lafayette , uncredited), Ivan Bell (as Butcher , uncredited), Herman Belmonte (as Hood , uncredited), Eumenio Blanco (as Diner Patron , uncredited), James Caan (as Soldier with Radio , uncredited), Noble 'Kid' Chissell (as Street Vendor , uncredited), Louise Colombet (as Street Vendor , uncredited), Don Diamond (as Man with Samples , uncredited), Duke Fishman (as Street Vendor , uncredited), Paul Frees (voice of Trailer Narrator , uncredited), Ben Frommer (as Wedding Guest , uncredited), Bobby Gilbert (as Busted Patron in Raid , uncredited), Mickey Golden (as Diner Patron , uncredited), Joe Gray (as Bar Gangster , uncredited), Jack Henderson (as Convict , uncredited), Chester Jones (as Street Vendor , uncredited), Louis Jourdan (voice of Narrator , uncredited), Ethan Laidlaw (as Butcher , uncredited), Richard LaMarr (as Diner Patron , uncredited), William Meader (as Busted Patron in Raid , uncredited), Ralph Moratz (as Pimp , uncredited), Mike Morelli (as Street Vendor , uncredited), Doye O'Dell (as Ticket Seller , uncredited), Joe Palma (as Prison Guard , uncredited), Richard Peel (as Englishman , uncredited), Joe Ploski (as Street Vendor , uncredited), Bill Raisch (as Man in Church , uncredited), Waclaw Rekwart (as Wedding Guest , uncredited), Stephen Soldi (as Street Vendor , uncredited), Bob Whitney (as Diner Patron , uncredited), Harry Wilson (as Wedding Guest , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Naive, by the book French police officer Nester Patou, is transferred to the Red Light district. Upon witnessing what must be a brothel, he calls the station and organizes a raid, transporting all the 'ladies' to the jail. This unfortunately disrupts the well organized system of the police and the Pimps union. Not to mention inadvertently netting his station superior at the brothel. Fired, he goes to a bar to drink, is befriended by Irma, beats up her pimp, and finds he is now Irma's new pimp. Nester's doesn't like the thought of his girl seeing other men, so comes up with a plan.

Irma va a Hollywood DVD (1950)
Also known as: My Friend Irma Goes West DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Crime, Musical

Director(s): Hal Walker

Cast: John Lund (as Al), Marie Wilson (as Irma Peterson), Diana Lynn (as Jane Stacy), Dean Martin (as Steve Laird), Jerry Lewis (as Seymour), Corinne Calvet (as Yvonne Yvonne), Lloyd Corrigan (as Sharpie Corrigan), Don Porter (as Mr. Brent), Harold Huber (as Pete), Joseph Vitale (as Slim), Charles Evans (as C.Y. Sanford), Kenneth Tobey (as Pilot), Dick Stabile (as Band Leader), Ivan Browning (as Reporter , uncredited), George Bruggeman (as Kibitzer , uncredited), Gordon Carveth (as Bit Role , uncredited), David Clarke (as Bill - Deputy Sheriff , uncredited), Richard Clayton (as Henry , uncredited), James Conaty (as Man Being Deputized , uncredited), James Davies (as Officer , uncredited), Charles Dayton (as Second Reporter , uncredited), Jimmie Dundee (as Jimmie - Deputy , uncredited), Al Ferguson (as News Vendor , uncredited), James Flavin (as Sheriff , uncredited), Frank Gerstle (as Doctor , uncredited), Jody Gilbert (as Fat Woman , uncredited), Roy Gordon (as Jensen - Sponsor , uncredited), Joe Gray (as (uncredited), Sam Harris (as Man on Train , uncredited), Helene Hatch (as First Teacher , uncredited), Joe Hecht (as Vendor , uncredited), Gil Herman (as Ambulance Intern , uncredited), Rose Higgins (as Indian Woman , uncredited), George Humbert (as Spaghetti Chef , uncredited), Bobby Johnson (as Redcap , uncredited), Stan Johnson (as First Reporter , uncredited), Paul Lees (as Unemployment Clerk , uncredited), Harry Lewis (as Trooper , uncredited), Mike Mahoney (as Cigarette Gag Man , uncredited), Margarita Martín (as Indian Woman , uncredited), Kermit Maynard (as Man Being Deputized , uncredited), Walter Merrill (as Taxicab Driver , uncredited), Harold Miller (as Extra , uncredited), Lee Miller (as Chief Hiawatha's Chauffeur , uncredited), Joe Molina (as Indian , uncredited), Julia Montoya (as Indian Woman , uncredited), Marian Mosick (as Fat Squaw , uncredited), Ottola Nesmith (as Second Teacher , uncredited), Wendell Niles (as M.C. , uncredited), Gregg Palmer (as Ambulance Intern , uncredited), Suzanne Ridgway (as Extra , uncredited), Jeffrey Sayre (as Roulette Player / Cashier , uncredited), Charles Sherlock (as Man Being Deputized , uncredited), Helen Sky Eagle (as Indian Woman , uncredited), Brick Sullivan (as Man Being Deputized , uncredited), Maxie Thrower (as Bartender , uncredited), Edward Wahrman (as Television Cameraman , uncredited), Jasper Weldon (as Reporter , uncredited), Napoleon Whiting (as Waiter , uncredited), Henry Wills (as Extra at Excavation , uncredited), Chief Yowlachie (as Hiawatha - Indian Chief , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: In this sequel film, all the characters remain the same; Al is still unemployed, Jane still has show-biz aspirations for boyfriend Steve; Steve and Seymour are still partners, and Irma is still Irma, which isn't all that easy. Al gets Steve a singing job on television, which is seen by a Hollywood producer. He signs Steve to a long term movie contract, and all hands depart for Hollywood. But, alas, the producer turns out to be an escaped lunatic, and they end up in Las Vegas, where Irma manages to get kidnapped by gangsters, who are very unhappy with Irma.

Gli irregolari Di North Avenue DVD (1979)
Also known as: The North Avenue Irregulars DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Action, Comedy, Crime, Family

Director(s): Bruce Bilson

Cast: Edward Herrmann (as Michael Hill), Barbara Harris (as Vickie), Susan Clark (as Anne), Karen Valentine (as Jane), Michael Constantine (as Marv), Cloris Leachman (as Claire), Patsy Kelly (as Rose), Douglas Fowley (as Delaney), Virginia Capers (as Cleo), Steve Franken (as Tom), Dena Dietrich (as Mrs. Carlisle), Dick Fuchs (as Howard), Herb Voland (as Dr. Fulton), Alan Hale Jr. (as Harry, the Hat), Melora Hardin (as Carmel), Bobby Rolofson (as Dean), Frank Campanella (as Max), Ivor Francis (as Rev. Wainwright), Louisa Moritz (as Mrs. Gossin), Marjorie Bennett (as Mother Thurber), Ruth Buzzi (as Dr. Rheems), Ceil Cabot (as Pedestrian), Cliff Osmond (as Big Chin), Carl Ballantine (as Sam), Damon Bradley Raskin (as Danny), Linda Lee Lyons (as Bette), John Kerry (as Roca's Lieutenant), Dave Morick (as Policeman), Darrow Igus (as Mechanic), Dennis Robertson (as Truck Driver #1), Ed McCready (as Truck Driver #2), David Ketchum (as Capt. Bamford), John Wheeler (as Clothier), David Rode (as Toby), Mickey Morton (as Bootsie), Pitt Herbert (as Mr. Thurber), Chuck Henry (as TV Announcer), Rickie Layne (as Bettor), Jack Perkins (as Bouncer), Tom Pedi (as Bartender), Bill McLean (as Mr. Younger), Roger Creed (as Mailman), Walt La Rue (as Grandpa), Jack Griffin (as Traffic Cop), Len Ross (as Passerby), Douglas Hume (as Driver), Gary Morgan (as Strawberry Shortcake), Jack Cameron White (as Strawberry Shortcake), Michael Lloyd (as Strawberry Shortcake), Kim Bullard (as Strawberry Shortcake), Joan Hackett (as (uncredited), Rachel Jacobs (voice of , uncredited), Larry Moran (as Jacob , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: When crooks set up operations in a traditional town, a minister and a group of church ladies are willing to do anything, no matter how wacky, to get them out.

L'irresistibile DVD (1936)
Also known as: Earthworm Tractors DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Ray Enright

Cast: Joe E. Brown (as Alexander Botts), June Travis (as Mabel Johnson), Guy Kibbee (as Sam Johnson), Dick Foran (as Emmet McManus), Carol Hughes (as Sally Blair), Gene Lockhart (as George Healey), Olin Howland (as Mr. Blair), Joseph Crehan (as Mr. Henderson), Rosalind Marquis (as Telephone Girl), Charles C. Wilson (as H.J. Russell), William B. Davidson (as Mr. Jackson), Irving Bacon (as Taxicab Driver), Stuart Holmes (as The Doctor), Jerry Fletcher (as Bellboy , uncredited), Henry Hall (as The Banker , uncredited), Milton Kibbee (as Hotel Clerk , uncredited), Spec O'Donnell (as Telegram Boy , uncredited), Henry Otho (as Road Worker , uncredited), Harvey Parry (as Road Construction Worker , uncredited), Russ Powell (as Hardware Man , uncredited), John J. Richardson (as Accident Spectator , uncredited), Tom Wilson (as Accident Spectator , uncredited), Jack Wise (as Johnson's Clerk , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Alexander Botts is a self-described natural born salesman and master mechanic, who is trying to make a big sale of Earthworm tractors to grouchy lumberman Johnson. Since Botts doesn't really know anything about tractors, and since the old-fashioned Johnson is opposed to tractors of any kind, it isn't going to be an easy sell. But Botts perseveres, encouraged by Johnson's daughter.

L'irresistibile Mr.John DVD (1953)
Also known as: Trouble Along the Way DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy, Sport

Director(s): Michael Curtiz

Cast: John Wayne (as Steve Aloysius Williams), Donna Reed (as Alice Singleton), Charles Coburn (as Father Burke), Tom Tully (as Father Malone), Sherry Jackson (as Carol Williams), Marie Windsor (as Anne Williams McCormick), Tom Helmore (as Harold McCormick), Dabbs Greer (as Father Peterson), Leif Erickson (as Father Provincial aka Ed), Douglas Spencer (as Father Procurator aka George), Lester Matthews (as Cardinal William Patrick O'Shea), Chuck Connors (as Stan Schwegler), Murray Alper (as Bus Driver , uncredited), Beatrice Bernadine (as Minor Role , uncredited), Phil Chambers (as Bishop , uncredited), Keith Clarke (as Scholastic , uncredited), Doris Cole (as Redhead , uncredited), Dolly Cooper (as Minor Role , uncredited), James Dean (as Football Spectator , uncredited), Martin Dean (as Minor Role , uncredited), Ted Eckelberry (as Joe Ostrow , uncredited), Frank Ferguson (as Mike Edwards , uncredited), Henry Fladwed (as Minor Role , uncredited), James Flavin (as Coach Buck Holman , uncredited), Fritz Ford (as Football Player , uncredited), Joan Freeman (as Minor Role , uncredited), Jack Gargan (as Bailiff , uncredited), Richard Garrick (as Judge , uncredited), Ned Glass (as Pool-Player , uncredited), Fred Graham (as Bill Sackheim , uncredited), Merv Griffin (voice of Football Broadcaster , uncredited), Tom Hernández (as Butler , uncredited), Harry Hines (as Minor Role , uncredited), Robert Keys (as Santa Clara Team Manager Joe , uncredited), Paul Kruger (as Bailiff , uncredited), Ray Kyle (as Student , uncredited), Mike Lally (as Priest , uncredited), Frank Marlowe (as Drunk in Bar with Dog , uncredited), Sydney Mason (as Priest , uncredited), Frank McLure (as Priest , uncredited), Larry Merrill (as Jeffrey Marlowe , uncredited), Melly Merrill (as Minor Role , uncredited), Pat Mitchell (as Minor Role , uncredited), Jack Mower (as Domestic Relations Court Staffer , uncredited), Barry Norton (as Party Guest , uncredited), William H. O'Brien (as Bartender Joe , uncredited), Melody O'Connor (as Minor Role , uncredited), Jack Pepper (as Irish Tenor / Pianist in Saloon , uncredited), Billy Perna (as Minor Role , uncredited), Howard Petrie (as Marvin Adams , uncredited), Angi O. Poulos (as Saloon Waiter , uncredited), Vici Raaf (as Beanie , uncredited), Bill Radovich (as Moose McCall , uncredited), Olan Soule (as Cardinal's Secretary , uncredited), Anitra Stevens (as Bobo , uncredited), Arthur Tovey (as Football Spectator , uncredited), Renata Vanni (as Maria's Italian Mother , uncredited), Ralph Volkie (as Referee , uncredited), Charles Watts (as Mr. Wallace , uncredited), Guy Way (as Football Player , uncredited), Jeri Weil (as Young Carol , uncredited), Gayne Whitman (as Lawyer Grummet , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Struggling to retain custody of his daughter following his divorce, football coach Steve Williams finds himself embroiled in a recruiting scandal at the tiny Catholic college he is trying to bring back to football respectability.

L'irresistibile soldato Bom DVD (1948)
Also known as: Soldat Bom DVD (original title)

Country: Sweden

Spoken Languages: Swedish

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Lars-Eric Kjellgren

Cast: Nils Poppe (as Fabian Bom), Gunnar Björnstrand (as Korpral Berglund), Julia Cæsar (as Carolina Hård), Douglas Håge (as Major Killman), Inga Landgré (as Agnes), Naima Wifstrand (as Översköterskan), Gunnel Wadner (as Gabriella Killman), Gösta Cederlund (as Översten), Ludde Juberg (as Zakarias), Åke Jensen (as Löjtnant Forsberg), Nils Hallberg (as Kalle), Nils Jacobsson (as Militärläkaren), Karl Erik Flens (as Korpralen), Anders Andelius (as Rödluvan , uncredited), Wiktor Andersson (as Lokföraren , uncredited), Ulla Andreasson (as Sjuksyster , uncredited), Rolf Bergström (as Melankolikern , uncredited), Astrid Bodin (as Kvinnan vid porten , uncredited), Ernst Brunman (as Karl Gustafsson , uncredited), Carl Deurell (as Prästen , uncredited), Carl-Axel Elfving (as Soldat på väg till dansbanan , uncredited), Stig Ossian Ericson (as Tjänstemannen , uncredited), Erna Groth (as Sjuksyster , uncredited), Else-Merete Heiberg (as Sjuksyster , uncredited), Eleonora Kios (as Sjuksyster , uncredited), Torsten Lilliecrona (as Inskrivningsofficeren , uncredited), Rune Ottoson (as Kandidaten , uncredited), Hilding Rolin (as Vakten , uncredited), Margreth Weivers (as Receptionisten , uncredited), Birger Åsander (as Officer , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: The station-master Fabian Bom is a very meticulous person, and he makes sure that the train leaves exactly - on the second. To him, nothing could be more important than duty, efficiency and punctuality, in fact, his sense of duty is clearly perverted. His beloved Plum-Plum, the major's daughter, is infatuated with army officers. To regain her attention, he joins the army. Bom becomes a soldier who loves the military training, long marches as well as hard labour as punishment. He meets Agnes, who falls madly in love with him.

Ischia operazione amore DVD (1966)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Vittorio Sala

Cast: Walter Chiari (as Enrico Laterra - aka Trema la terra), Graziella Granata (as Marina Capatosta), Ingrid Schoeller (as Ingrid), Didi Perego (as Flavia Perazzi), Evi Marandi (as Nennella - Peppiniello's wife), Hélène Chanel (as Beatrice Dinelli), Vittorio Caprioli (as Baron Domenico 'Mimì' Lo Russo), Tony Renis (as Marco Ferrari), Angelo Infanti (as Peppiniello Capatosta), Alberto Cevenini (as Luigi Cataldo), Adriana Facchetti (as Miss Paula - American holidaymaker), Umberto D'Orsi (as The Mayor), Ignazio Leone (as Il prete), Carlo Sposito (as Maresciallo Francesco Capaci), Anna Campori (as Rosalia - Gennaro's wife), Ermelinda De Felice (as The Fat Woman from Baltimore), Edda Ferronao (as The Spa Orderly), Ric (as Primo - painter), Gian (as Secondo - painter), Peppino De Filippo (as Gennaro Capatosta)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: Gennaro runs a small boarding house in Ischia, the beautiful island in the gulf of Naples. Each member of his family is involved: his wife cooks, his daughter has a small boutique and his married son courts the old and rich patrons under his wife's enraged eyes.

L'isola del paradiso DVD (1954)
Also known as: Up to His Neck DVD (original title)

Country: UK

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): John Paddy Carstairs

Cast: Ronald Shiner (as Jack Carter), Brian Rix (as Wiggy), Laya Raki (as Lao Win Tan), Harry Fowler (as Smudge), Colin Gordon (as Lt. Cmdr. Sterning), Michael Brennan (as CPO Brazier), Bryan Forbes (as Subby), Alec Mango (as Bandit General), Anthony Newley (as Tommy), Gerald Campion (as Skinny), Roland Curram (as Jock), Norman Mitchell (as Fungus), Hattie Jacques (as Rakiki), John Warwick (as Lt Truman), Martin Boddey (as Chang), Philip Stainton (as Mr. Woo), Andreas Malandrinos (as Chieftain), Charles Cameron (as Commander in Chief), Maria Baillie (as Molakai, Atoll Girl , uncredited), Shirley Burniston (as Olga, Night-club Hostess , uncredited), Cyril Chamberlain (as Walter , uncredited), Jacqueline Chan (as Sung-Yo, Night-club Hostess , uncredited), Alexander Harris (as Flag Lieutenant , uncredited), Hermione Harvey (as Sword Dancer , uncredited), Frank Hawkins (as Yeoman of Signals , uncredited), Andy Ho (as Salamander Manager , uncredited), John Horsley (as Navigating Officer , uncredited), Charles Houston (as Davidson , uncredited), Harold Kasket (as Croupier , uncredited), Maya Koumani (as Hula Girl , uncredited), Sara Leighton (as Fanny, Night-club Hostess , uncredited), Guy Massey (as Sword Dancer , uncredited), Jan Miller (as Giggling Hostess , uncredited), Michael Mulcaster (as Naval Police , uncredited), Yvonne Olena (as Sword Dancer , uncredited), Kim Parker (as Kona, Atoll Girl , uncredited), Soraya Rafat (as Zalina, Atoll Girl , uncredited), Lizabeth Rollins (as Arua, Atoll Girl , uncredited), Cleo Rose (as Cleopatra, night-club hostess , uncredited), Eileen Sands (as Mara, Atoll Girl , uncredited), Ruth Shiell (as Suva, Atoll Girl , uncredited), John Singer (as R / T Rating , uncredited), Stephen Vercoe (as Gunnery Officer , uncredited), John Warren (as Collins , uncredited), Ian Wilson (as Friday's Husband , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

L'isola del piacere DVD (1953)
Also known as: The Girls of Pleasure Island DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance

Director(s): Alvin Ganzer, F. Hugh Herbert

Cast: Leo Genn (as Roger Halyard), Don Taylor (as Lt. Jimmy Gilmartin), Gene Barry (as Capt. Beaton), Elsa Lanchester (as Thelma), Dorothy Bromiley (as Gloria Halyard), Audrey Dalton (as Hester Halyard), Joan Elan (as Violet Halyard), Peter Baldwin (as Pvt. Henry Smith), Philip Ober (as Col. Reade), Barry Bernard (as Wilkinson), Arthur Gould-Porter (as Rev. Bates), Ross Bagdasarian (as Marine , uncredited), Benny Bartlett (as Marine , uncredited), Richard P. Beedle (as Marine , uncredited), Sidney Bernstein (as Marine , uncredited), Cy Brooskin (as Marine , uncredited), John 'Uh huh' Collum (as Marine , uncredited), James Dobson (as Marine , uncredited), Johnny Downs (as Marine , uncredited), Don Dunning (as Captain , uncredited), Douglas Evans (as Lieutenant Commander , uncredited), Ralph Gaston (as Marine , uncredited), Ben Harris (as Marine , uncredited), Earl Holliman (as Marine , uncredited), John Huffman (as Marine , uncredited), Tony Kent (as Marine , uncredited), Hubie Kerns (as Marine , uncredited), Richard Landry (as Marine , uncredited), Leon Lontoc (as Simon , uncredited), Terry MacRae (as Marine , uncredited), Mike Mahoney (as Marine , uncredited), Joel Marston (as Seabee , uncredited), Roger McGee (as Marine , uncredited), Richard Monahan (as Marine , uncredited), Alvy Moore (as Marine , uncredited), Harry Raven (as Sailor , uncredited), Michael Ross (as Gunner Miller , uncredited), William Schallert (as Orderly , uncredited), Dick Scott (as Marine , uncredited), Richard Shannon (as Captain McKendry , uncredited), Jay Stafford (as Marine , uncredited), Bob Templeton (as Marine , uncredited), Buck Young (as Marine , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: In the spring of 1945, World War II is coming to a close. Roger Halyard, a dignified, strait-laced Englishmen, lives on a South Sea atoll with his three daughters, Gloria, Hester and Violet, along with the housekeeper, Thelma, who has raised the girls since childhood. Other than their father, the girls have never seen another man. Halyard is informed that 1500 U.S. Marines will soon arrive to establish an air base on the island. Halyard is rather apprehensive over the prospect of his daughters, who have never met another man, being thrown together with 1500 Marines who haven't seen a woman in months.

L'isola delle sirene DVD (1943)
Also known as: Coney Island DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Musical

Director(s): Walter Lang

Cast: Betty Grable (as Kate Farley), George Montgomery (as Eddie Johnson), Cesar Romero (as Joe Rocco), Charles Winninger (as Finnigan), Phil Silvers (as Frankie), Matt Briggs (as William 'Willie' Hammerstein), Paul Hurst (as Louie), Leo Diamond (as Solidaires Leader), Hal K. Dawson (as Cashier , scenes deleted), Bert Hanlon (as Saloon Patron , scenes deleted), Sam Harris (as Saloon Patron , scenes deleted), Bud Jamison (as Bartender , scenes deleted), George Lloyd (as Saloon Patron , scenes deleted), Matt McHugh (as Saloon Patron , scenes deleted), Herbert Ashley (as Heckler , uncredited), Eddie Borden (as Man in Carnival Crowd , uncredited), George Boyce (as Chorus Boy , uncredited), Yakima Canutt (as Saloon Waiter in Brawl , uncredited), Ruth Clifford (as Saloon Patron , uncredited), Alec Craig (as Billy , uncredited), Carmen D'Antonio (as Specialty Dancer , uncredited), Harold DeGarro (as Stiltwalker , uncredited), Abe Diamond (as Member, the Solidaires , uncredited), Mike Donovan (as Sidewalk Mourner , uncredited), Tom Dugan (as Charlie Fitch , uncredited), Jimmie Dundee (as Drunken Bricklayer , uncredited), Bess Flowers (as Saloon Patron , uncredited), Byron Foulger (as Organist at Wedding , uncredited), Jack George (as Violinist , uncredited), Ruth Gillette (as Saloon Patron , uncredited), George Gramlich (as Chorus Boy , uncredited), William Halligan (as Murph, the Cop , uncredited), Richard Hayman (as Member, the Solidaires , uncredited), Claire James (as Girl Friend , uncredited), Delos Jewkes (as Member of quartettes, 'Irish' number and singing waiters , uncredited), John Kelly (as Drunken Bricklayer , uncredited), Phyllis Kennedy (as Dolly , uncredited), Paul Kruger (as Man at Harem Show , uncredited), Ethan Laidlaw (as Henchman , uncredited), Merrill Long (as Chorus Boy , uncredited), Sally Loomis (as Drum Majorette , uncredited), Jimmie Lucas (as Heckler , uncredited), Pete Maggio (as Member, the Solidaires , uncredited), George Magrill (as Tough Guy at Harem Show , uncredited), Trudy Marshall (as Girl Friend , uncredited), Alphonse Martell (as Jerry - Headwaiter , uncredited), Thomas Martin (as Bartender , uncredited), Harry Masters (as Chorus Boy , uncredited), Pat McKee (as Saloon Patron , uncredited), Ed McNamara (as Policeman , uncredited), John 'Skins' Miller (as Drunken Bricklayer , uncredited), James Mitchell (as Chorus Boy , uncredited), Joe Niemeyer (as Member of quartette, 'Irish' number , uncredited), Frank Orth (as Saloon Waiter / Member of quartette, 'Irish' number , uncredited), Hermes Pan (as Specialty Dancer , uncredited), Gene Ramey (as Member of quartette, singing waiters , uncredited), Gus Reed (as Member of quartette, singing waiters , uncredited), Dewey Robinson (as Man in Carnival Crowd , uncredited), Harry Roller (as Member, the Solidaires , uncredited), Francis Sayles (as Heckler , uncredited), Harry Seymour (as Piano Player , uncredited), Amzie Strickland (as Dancer , uncredited), Libby Taylor (as Libby, Kate's Maid , uncredited), Andrew Tombes (as Horace Carter , uncredited), Jim Toney (as Drunken Bricklayer , uncredited), Vanita Wade (as Dancer , uncredited), Walton Walker (as Chorus Boy , uncredited), Buddy Williams (as Singing Waiter , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Subtitles: Spanish

Plot: Set at the turn of the century, smooth talking con man Eddie Johnson weasels his way into a job at friend and rival Joe Rocco's Coney Island night spot. Eddie meets the club's star attraction (and Joe's love interest), Kate Farley, a brash singer with a penchant for flashy clothes. Eddie and Kate argue as he tries to soften her image. Eventually, Kate becomes the toast of Coney Island and the two fall in love. Joe then tries to sabotage their marriage plans.

L'ispettore generale DVD (1949)
Also known as: The inspector general DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance, Musical

Director(s): Henry Koster

Cast: Danny Kaye (as Georgi), Walter Slezak (as Yakov), Barbara Bates (as Leza), Elsa Lanchester (as Maria), Gene Lockhart (as The Mayor), Alan Hale (as Kovatch), Walter Catlett (as Colonel Castine), Rhys Williams (as Inspector General), Benny Baker (as Telecki , uncredited), Leonard Bremen (as Lieutenant , uncredited), Robert Cherry (as Peasant , uncredited), Frank Conlan (as OId Villager , uncredited), Jimmy Conlin (as Turnkey , uncredited), Helena Dare (as Townwoman , uncredited), Bryn Davis (as Councilman's Wife , uncredited), George Davis (as Ladislaus , uncredited), Abe Dinovitch (as Peasant , uncredited), Art Dupuis (as Sentry , uncredited), Robert Filmer (as Sentry , uncredited), Byron Foulger (as Burbis , uncredited), Karen Hale (as Councilman's Wife , uncredited), Lew Hearn (as Izzick , uncredited), Sam Hearn (as Gizzick , uncredited), Herbert Heywood (as Goatherd , uncredited), Si Jenks (as Deaf Villager , uncredited), Fred Kelsey (as Villager , uncredited), Joleen King (as Councilman's Wife , uncredited), Marc Krah (as Gypsy , uncredited), Gracille LaVinder (as Townwoman , uncredited), Norman Leavitt (as Lazlo , uncredited), Ida Moore (as Old Villager , uncredited), Jack Mower (as Villager , uncredited), Alix Nagy (as Councilman's Wife , uncredited), Paul Newlan (as Viertel - the Woodchopper , uncredited), Nestor Paiva (as Gregor , uncredited), Barbara Pepper (as Buxom Villager , uncredited), Joe Ploski (as Bela , uncredited), Maudie Prickett (as Townwoman , uncredited), Harry Raven (as Sentry , uncredited), Buddy Roosevelt (as Sentry , uncredited), Lester Sharpe (as Sentry , uncredited), Pepi Sinoff (as Councilman's Wife , uncredited), Arthur Tovey (as Townsman , uncredited), Joan Vohs (as Peasant Girl , uncredited), Audrey Winn (as Councilman's Wife , uncredited), Jeff York (as Guard , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: An illiterate stooge in a traveling medicine show wanders into a strange town and is picked up on a vagrancy charge. The town's corrupt officials mistake him for the inspector general whom they think is traveling in disguise. Fearing he will discover they've been pocketing tax money, they make several bungled attempts to kill him.

L'Italia in pigiama DVD (1977)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Guido Guerrasio

Cast: Grazia Adami, Gianni Airò, Tommaso Amoroso, Caterina Barbero, Roberto Bronchizio, Maurizia Caleffi, Claudio Caramaschi, Patrizia Cecchi, Armando Celso (as Eros), Livia Cerini, Tano Cimarosa (as Il padre incestuoso), Pietro Cimatti, Paola Corazzi, Mario Cutini, Dino D'Este, Almina De Sanzio, Maurizio Esposito, Laura Ferraro, Enzo Fisichella, Pio Gironi, Bernhard Haring, Sofia Lusy, Luigi Maffione, Giovanna Mainardi, Mario Mercalli, Renato Moretti, Alessandra Palladino (as Unsatisfied wife), Renato Paracchi, Gianni Parenti, Mino Reitano (as Se stesso), Anna Rossi, Piera Rossi, Gianna Doris Rota, Gianni Rubens, Claudio Russo, Gloria Sabo, Ezio Sancrotti (as Arturo), Sergio Tardioli, Antonia Tempesta, Dante Trezzi, Walter Valdi, Alessandra Vazzoler, Zaira Zoccheddu (as Rosaria)

Medium: DVD R/RW

L'Italia s'è rotta DVD  (1976)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Steno

Cast: Dalila Di Lazzaro, Teo Teocoli, Mario Scarpetta, Mario Carotenuto, Clelia Matania, Sergio Di Pinto, Marisa Laurito, Loris Bazzocchi, Guidarino Guidi, Antonio Basile, Barbara Herrera, Roberto Alessandri, Armando Marra, Ada Pometti, Giovanni Pallavicino, Assunta Attili, Duilio Del Prete, Alberto Lionello, Enrico Montesano, Orazio Orlando, Franca Valeri

Medium: DVD R/RW

Italian secret service DVD (1968)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Luigi Comencini

Cast: Nino Manfredi (as Natale Tartufato aka Capellone), Françoise Prévost (as Elvira Spallanzani), Clive Revill (as Charles Harrison), Jean Sobieski (as Edmund Stevens Jr), Giampiero Albertini (as Ottone), Alvaro Piccardi (as Ciro De Dominicis), Enzo Andronico (as Femore), Loris Bazzocchi (as Tony), Gianni Pulone (as Russian Agent with a Gun), Anastasia Stevens (as Rosalind), Giorgia Moll (as Agent known as 'Passero Filippo'), Gastone Moschin (as L'avvocato Ramirez), Attilio Dottesio (as Captain of the Russian Ship , uncredited), Vittorio Fanfoni (as Bearded Man at the Pawn Agency , uncredited), Steffen Zacharias (as Dr. Wollenkampf , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Le italiane e l'amore DVD (1961)
Also known as: Latin lovers DVD (English title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy, Romance

Director(s): Gian Vittorio Baldi, Marco Ferreri, Giulio Macchi, Francesco Maselli, Lorenza Mazzetti, Gianfranco Mingozzi, Carlo Musso, Piero Nelli, Giulio Questi, Nelo Risi, Florestano Vancini

Cast: Anna Brignole (as (segment "Educazione sessuale dei figli, L'"), Antonietta Caiazzo (as (segment "Viaggio di nozze"), Ruggero Cappelli (as (segment "Adolescenti e l'amore, Le"), Mario Colli (as (segment "Viaggio di nozze"), Willi Colombini (as (segment "Prezzo del amore, Il"), Assuntina del Salento (as (segment "Vedova bianca, La"), Consalvo Dell'Arti (as (segment "Adolescenti e l'amore, Le"), Maria Di Giuseppe (as (segment "Sfregiata, La"), Riccardo Fellini (as (segment "Infedeltà coniugale, L'"), Giuseppe Fina (as (segment "Separazione legale, La"), Laura Forest (as (segment "Frenesia del successo, La"), Michele Francis (as (segment "Prova d'amore, La"), Lucia Gabrioli (as (segment "Ragazze madre, Le"), Ida Galli (as (segment "Prezzo del amore, Il"), Graziella Galvani (as (segment "Separazione legale, La"), Andrea Giordana (as (segment "Adolescenti e l'amore, Le"), Adriana Giuffrè (as (segment "Frenesia del successo, La"), José Greci (as (segment "Matrimonio assurdo, Il"), Efi Kamper (as (segment "Adolescenti e l'amore, Le"), Silvio Lillo (as (segment "Infedeltà coniugale, L'"), Roberto Miali (as (segment "Matrimonio assurdo, Il"), Inger Milton (as (segment "Adolescenti e l'amore, Le"), Rosalba Neri (as (segment "Infedeltà coniugale, L'"), Raggi Tania (as (segment "Frenesia del successo, La"), Fernanda Ricciardi (as (segment "Frenesia del successo, La"), Leonardo Severini (as (segment "Separazione legale, La"), Michele Stasino (as (segment "Sfregiata, La"), Gaddo Treves (as (segment "Ragazze madre, Le"), Elisabetta Velinska (as (segment "Frenesia del successo, La"), Renza Volpi (as (segment "Infedeltà coniugale, L'"), Mariella Zanetti (as (segment "Prova d'amore, La")

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: A dozen sketches: (1) "L'educazione sessuale dei figli" or how it is not easy for parents to reveal the mystery of birth to their young children. (2) "Le adolescenti et l'amore" or how the first kiss can be pleasant for teenagers and a worry to their parents. (3) "La sfregiata" or how violent a male ego can be after a woman's rejection. (4) "La prova d'amore" or how double standards work in view of a woman's loss of virginity. (5) "Le ragazze-madri" or how modern psichology can influence a pregnant woman to deal with her dilemma. (6) "La prima notte" or how hiding her sexual past to the bridegroom does not succeed past their nuptial night. (7) "La frenesia del successo" or how aspiring actresses have to pay a price for success. (8) "L'infideltá coniugale" or how a matrimony can be a social hypocrisy by a cheating couple. (9) "Il matrimonio assurdo" or how a girl eager to marry discovers too late her husband's true nature. (19) "La vedova bianca" or how an emigrant's wife shall ...

Gli italiani e le donne DVD (1962)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Marino Girolami

Cast: Walter Chiari, Moira Orfei, Sandra Mondaini, Ennio Girolami, Alberto Lupo, Riccardo Billi, Gino Bramieri, Mario De Simone, Carlo Delle Piane, Aldo Fabrizi, Ave Ninchi, Raimondo Vianello, Lia Zoppelli

Medium: DVD R/RW

Italiani! È severamente proibito servirsi della toilette durante le fermate DVD (1969)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Vittorio Sindoni

Cast: Silvia Dionisio (as Patrizia), Franco Acampora (as Benito), Sandro Dori, María Rosa Sclauzero (as Augusta), Flora Carosello, Ernesto Colli, Patrizia De Clara (as Emma), Gianni Diotaiuti, Andrea Fantasia, Dante Maggio, Ludovica Modugno, Silvio Noto, Pietro Tordi, Stefano Torossi (as Garibaldi), Pia Velsi, Filippo Perego (as Passerby , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Un italiano in America DVD (1967)
Also known as: An Italian in America DVD (English title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Alberto Sordi

Cast: Vittorio De Sica (as Giuseppe's Father), Alberto Sordi (as Giuseppe), Gray Frederickson, Alice Condon, Bettina Brenna, Bill Dana, Lou Perry, Valentino Macchi, Franco Valobra

Medium: DVD R/RW

Plot: The service-station attendant Giuseppe lives in Rome when he receives an invitation from his father to visit him in America. There Giuseppe finds out he has to take part in a television program to win $10,000. Afterwards he follows his father through The States in search of money and success, pursued by the criminals his father was in debt to. Giuseppe discovers that his father lives by his own wits and has no money at all. When his father is arrested because of fraud, the only thing Giuseppe can do is to take his old job as a service-station attendant, this time in America.

Jacqueline e gli uomini DVD (1965)
Also known as: Moi et les homme de 40 ans DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: French

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Jacques Pinoteau

Cast: Dany Saval (as Caroline), Paul Meurisse (as Alexandre Dumourier), Michel Serrault (as Bénéchol), Paul Hubschmid (as Jean-Marc Oesterlin), Paolo Ferrari (as Casserti), Michel Galabru (as Bricaud), Angelo Bardi (as Le chauffeur de Dumourier), Michèle Bardollet (as Ginette), Maurice Bourbon (as Le réceptionniste), Maurice Coussonneau, Jacques David (as Le sergent), Alice Field (as Mme de Trévise), Henri Garcin (as Le voisin de Bénéchol), Guy Jacquet, Jean-Pierre Moutier (as Maxime, le fiancé de Caroline), Bernard Musson (as Le garçon d'étage), Jenny Orléans (as La voisine de Bénéchol), Antonio Passalia (as Un client du salon de coiffure), Claude Rollet (as Edouard Dumourier), France Rumilly (as Babe), Véronique Silver (as La secrétaire de Dumourier), Ingrid van Bergen (as Valérie Delcasse), Franck Vilcour (as Le copain de Maxime), Nono Zammit (as Victor), Hubert Deschamps (as Le directeur du journal , uncredited), Pierre Duncan (as Le client au jambon , uncredited), Édouard Francomme (as Le balayeur , uncredited), Guy Grosso (as Le valet du casino , uncredited), Roland Malet (as Le chauffeur de police , uncredited), Gaston Meunier (as Le client du salon de coiffure , uncredited), Bob Morel (as Le client au croque-monsieur , uncredited), Jimmy Perrys (as Un badaud , uncredited), Jacques Préboist (as L'agent de police , uncredited), Claude Salez (as L'inspecteur , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Jambon d'Ardenne DVD (1977)
Also known as: Jambon d'Ardenne DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: French

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Benoît Lamy

Cast: Annie Girardot (as La patronne du Beauséjour), Christian Barbier (as L'entrepreneur), Ann Petersen (as Germaine Radoux), Dominique Drouot (as Bruno), Nathalie van de Walle (as Colette Radoux), André Vercammen (as Chef coq), Bonbon (as Brigitte), William Vandendaele (as William), Donat Bonmariage (as Marcel), Marie-Luce Debouny (as Andrée), Marie-Josée Megank (as Lulu), Denise Bonmariage (as Wies), Jean-Philippe Laroche (as Pierrot), Michel Lechat (as Hubert), Alain Soreil (as Michel), Jean Daskalidès (as (uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: World Wars can break out for futile causes. But, in the holiday town of Durbuy (the smallest one in Belgium), there IS a good reason for civil war, namely the business rivalry between Simone, the energetic and successful owner of the Esplanade Hotel and Germaine Radoux, the envious tenant of the French fries stand across the square. Such an unbearable situation naturally pits half of the population against the other. Things do not improve when Simone's son and Germaine's daughter take it into their head to fall in love!

James Tont operazione D.U.E. DVD (1966)
Also known as: The Wacky World of James Tont DVD (English title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Bruno Corbucci

Cast: Lando Buzzanca (as James Tont / Giacomino Tontonatti), France Anglade (as Helene), Loris Gizzi (as Mr. Spring), Claudie Lange (as Clarissa), Antonella Murgia (as Samantha), Jacques Dufilho (as Y), Geoffrey Gerald Copleston (as Head of Secret Service), Furio Meniconi, Aldo Bonamano, Mirko Valentin, Franco Ressel (as Jack Clifford - the spaceman), Enzo Consoli, Francesco Sormano, Sara Ridolfi, Renato Montalbano, Franco Gulà, Mario De Simone, Fiorella Ferrero

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: A dangerous criminal group wants to destroy St. Peter's Basilica and the secret agent James Tont is the only one who can help it.

James Tont operazione U.N.O. DVD (1965)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Bruno Corbucci, Giovanni Grimaldi

Cast: Lando Buzzanca (as James Tont), Evi Marandi (as Barbara), Gina Rovere (as Narda), Loris Gizzi (as Goldsinger), Evi Rigano (as Joyce Patterson), George Wang (as Kayo), Licia Lombardi, Susanna Clemm, Lilia Neyung, Bruno Scipioni, Claudio Guarino, Walter Maestosi (as Reider), Franco Ressel, Mario De Simone, Alighiero Noschese (as Noskes), Mario De Grad, Pino Donaggio (as Himself), Corinne Fontaine, Gianni Morandi (as Himself)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: The diabolical Goldsinger, enraged at being excluded from the UN, hatches a plot to blow up the assembly while all the heads of the state participate. Luckily, inept agent James Tont discovers the plot and sets out to stop Goldsinger.

Jerry 8 e 3/4 DVD (1964)
Also known as: The Patsy DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English, Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Jerry Lewis

Cast: Jerry Lewis (as Stanley Belt / Singers of the Trio), Ina Balin (as Ellen Betz), Everett Sloane (as Caryl Fergusson), Phil Harris (as Chic Wymore), Keenan Wynn (as Harry Silver), Peter Lorre (as Morgan Heywood), John Carradine (as Bruce Alden), Hans Conried (as Prof. Mulerr), Richard Deacon (as Sy Devore), Scatman Crothers (as Shoeshine Boy), Del Moore (as Policeman), Neil Hamilton (as The Barber), Buddy Lester (as Copa Café MC), Nancy Kulp (as Helen, Theatergoer), Lloyd Thaxton (as Lloyd), Norman Alden (as Bully at the Gym), Jack Albertson (as Theatergoer with Helen), Henry Slate (as Paul), Gavin Gordon (as Executive on Golf Course), Ned Wynn (as Band Member), Rhonda Fleming (as Rhonda Fleming), Phil Foster (as Mayo Sloan), Hedda Hopper (as Hedda Hopper), George Raft (as George Raft), The Four Step Brothers (as Dancers), Mel Tormé (as Mel Tormé), Ed Wynn (as Ed Wynn), Clyde Adler (as Bald Man , uncredited), Murray Alper (as Bowler , uncredited), Phil Arnold (as Bartender , uncredited), Richard Bakalyan (as Boy at Spring Hop , uncredited), Billy Beck (as Band Member , uncredited), Billy Bletcher (as Table Captain #3 at Italian Café , uncredited), Don Brodie (as Bowler , uncredited), Robert Carson (as Table Captain #2 at Italian Café , uncredited), Chick Chandler (as Hedda Hopper's Escort , uncredited), Harry Cheshire (as Police Sergeant , uncredited), Robert Christian (as Barbershop Porter , uncredited), Adele Claire (as Elderly Lady , uncredited), Jerome Cowan (as Business Executive , uncredited), Lorinne Crawford (as Manicurist , uncredited), Michael Crockett (as Radio Newscaster , uncredited), Bob Denner (as Band Member , uncredited), Fay DeWitt (as Woman at Party , uncredited), Jerry Dexter (as (uncredited), Jerry Dunphy (as TV Newscaster , uncredited), Isabelle Dwan (as Elderly Lady , uncredited), William Enge (as Barbershop Porter , uncredited), Herbie Faye (as Tailor , uncredited), Fritz Feld (as Maitre D' , uncredited), Joe Finnegan (as Reporter at Party , uncredited), Nancy Patricia Fisher (as Waitress , uncredited), Kathleen Freeman (as Katie , uncredited), Marianne Gaba (as Waitress , uncredited), John Gallaudet (as Barney , uncredited), Richard Gehman (as Reporter at Party , uncredited), Bob Harvey (as Waiter , uncredited), Jerry Hausner (as Floorman , uncredited), Robert Ivers (as Boy at Spring Hop , uncredited), Bobby Johnson (as Barbershop Porter , uncredited), Joey Johnson (as Barbershop Porter , uncredited), Byron Kane (as Table Captain #1 at Italian Café , uncredited), Norman Leavitt (as Newsboy , uncredited), Gary Lewis (as Boy at Spring Hop , uncredited), Bill Leyden (as TV Announcer , uncredited), David Lipp (as Frozen-Stare Man , uncredited), Darlene Lucht (as Checkroom Girl , uncredited), John Macchia (as Student , uncredited), Marlene Maddox (as Waitress , uncredited), Mike Mahoney (as Copa Café Heckler , uncredited), John Marlowe (as Waiter , uncredited), Dee Jay Mattis (as Broad , uncredited), Bob May (as Fireworks Boy , uncredited), Peggy Mondo (as Bowler , uncredited), Mantan Moreland (as Barbershop Porter , uncredited), Hollis Morrison (as Juke Box , uncredited), Terry Naylor (as Barbershop Customer , uncredited), Quinn O'Hara (as Cigarette Girl , uncredited), Barbara Pepper (as Bowler , uncredited), Sherwood Price (as Bellboy , uncredited), Joanne C. Quakenbush (as Waitress , uncredited), Bill Richmond (as Pianist , uncredited), Sheila Rogers (as Woman at Party , uncredited), Edmundo Ros (as Bandleader , uncredited), Michael Ross (as Truck Driver , uncredited), Benny Rubin (as Waiter #1 at Italian Café , uncredited), Eddie Ryder (as Man at Party , uncredited), Ernest Schworck (as (uncredited), Vernon Scott (as Reporter , uncredited), June Smaney (as Pedicurist , uncredited), Mabel Smaney (as Woman in Phone Booth , uncredited), Walter Smith (as Barbershop Porter , uncredited), Harry Spear (as Salesman , uncredited), Anthony Spinelli (as Man on Phone , uncredited), Joe Stabil (as Lead Musician , uncredited), Ed Sullivan (as Ed Sullivan , uncredited), Joan Swift (as Girl , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: When a star comedian dies, his comedy team, decides to train a nobody to fill the shoes of the Star in a big TV show (a Patsy). But the man they choose, bellboy Stanley Belt, cant do anything right. The big TV show is getting closer, and Stanley gets worse all the time.

Jerryssimo! DVD (1969)
Also known as: Hook Line and Sinker DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English, Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): George Marshall

Cast: Jerry Lewis (as Peter J. Ingersoll / Fred Dobbs), Peter Lawford (as Dr. Scott Carter), Anne Francis (as Nancy Ingersoll), Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez (as Perfecto), Jimmy Miller (as Jimmy Ingersoll), Jennifer Edwards (as Jennifer Ingersoll), Eleanor Audley (as Mrs. Durham), Henry Corden (as Kenyon Hammercher), Sylvia Lewis (as Karlotta Hammercher), Phillip Pine (as Head Surgeon), Felipe Turich (as Foreign Mortician), Kathleen Freeman (as Mrs. Hardtack - Baby Sitter), Murray Alper (as Member - Board of Inquiry , uncredited), Leon Alton (as Burial Spectator , uncredited), Larry Anthony (as Credit Card Man , uncredited), Pat Armitage (as Nurse , uncredited), Larry J. Blake (as Chief of Police , uncredited), Paul Bradley (as Casket Onlooker , uncredited), Barbara Burgess (as Woman , uncredited), Scatman Crothers (as The Corpse , uncredited), Diane Da Pron (as Calypso Singer , uncredited), Frankie Darro (as Delivery Man , uncredited), George DeNormand (as Friend of the Family , uncredited), Byron Foulger (as Funeral Director , uncredited), Stella Garcia (as Arm Wrestling Girl , uncredited), Tony Gardner (as Man , uncredited), Elizabeth Germaine (as Miss Freitas , uncredited), Glenda Grainger (as Glenda , uncredited), Mark Harris (as Doctor , uncredited), Bob Harvey (as CIA Man , uncredited), Raephael Hendricks (as Dancer , uncredited), Hubert H. Humphrey (as Himself , archive footage, uncredited), Jessica James (as Stewardess , uncredited), Trayce Johnson (as Dancer , uncredited), Sid Kane (as Minister at Van Nuys Funeral , uncredited), Maurice Kelly (as Milkman , uncredited), Walter Kray (as Insurance Executive , uncredited), Norman Leavitt (as Dr. Everson - County Coroner , uncredited), Art Lewis (as Toothpick Man , uncredited), Haydee Marino (as Chambemaid , uncredited), Tina Menard (as Portuguese Woman , uncredited), Carlos Molina (as Hotel Clerk , uncredited), Alberto Monte (as Hispanic Surgeon , uncredited), Del Moore (as Television Clergyman / Gravedigger at Funeral , uncredited), Alberto Morin (as Portuguese Passport Official , uncredited), John Nolan (as Carte Blanche Man , uncredited), William O'Connell (as Hotel Clerk , uncredited), Ines Pedroza (as Miss Santos , uncredited), Barbara Pepper (as Peter's Secretary , uncredited), Bill Richmond (as Col. Durham , uncredited), Davis Roberts (as Member - Board of Inquiry , uncredited), Andy Romano (as Portuguese Morgue Attendant , uncredited), Benny Rubin (as Veterinarian , uncredited), Jeffrey Sayre (as Minister at South Carolina Funeral , uncredited), Linda Shoup (as Calypso Singer , uncredited), John Spina (as Attendant , uncredited), John Stacy (as Surgeon , uncredited), Joe Stead (as Medical Examiner , uncredited), Gilchrist Stuart (as Night Manager , uncredited), Roberta Sweed (as Calypso Singer , uncredited), Margaret Teele (as Nurse Susan , uncredited), Anne Travis (as Bar Girl , uncredited), Sarita Vara (as Miss Rivera , uncredited), Candy Ward (as Dancer - Miss Tizanne , uncredited), Harlan Warde (as District Attorney , uncredited), Kenneth Washington (as Bell Captain , uncredited), William Wellman Jr. (as CIA Man , uncredited), Barbara Wilkin (as Nurse , uncredited), Bob Williams (as NAACP Representative , uncredited), Sharyn Wynters (as Miss Gomez , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/R

Storyline: Man (Lewis) is told by his doctor (Lawford), and best friend, that he has a terminal illness. At his wife's urging, he lives life to the fullest, racking up insurmountable debts. When the damage is done, his friend the doctor tells him that he's not dying. Unfortunately, his life will eventually be ruined by his actions. So, they decide to stage his death so that his wife and family will not have to suffer for what he's done. Lewis eventually discovers that his friend, the doctor, set the entire scenario up so that he could get Lewis' wife.

Jessica DVD (1962)
Also known as: Tutti vogliono Jessica DVD (alternative title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy, Romance

Director(s): Jean Negulesco, Oreste Palella

Cast: Angie Dickinson (as Jessica Brown Visconti), Maurice Chevalier (as Father Antonio), Noël-Noël (as Old Crupi), Gabriele Ferzetti (as Edmondo Raumo), Sylva Koscina (as Nunzia Tuffi), Agnes Moorehead (as Maria Lombardo), Marcel Dalio (as Luigi Tuffi), Danielle De Metz (as Nicolina Lombardo), Antonio Cifariello (as Gianni Crupi), Kerima (as Virginia Toriello), Carlo Croccolo (as Beppi Toriello), Georgette Anys (as Mamma Parigi), Rossana Rory (as Rosa Masudino), Alberto Rabagliati (as Pietro Masudino), Marina Berti (as Filippella Risino), Angelo Galassi (as Antonio Risino), Manuela Rinaldi (as Lucia Casabranca), Gianni Musy (as Filippo Casabranca), Joe Pollini (as Rosario), Livia Contardi (as (uncredited), Tanya Lopert (as (uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: The women of a small Sicilian village, jealous of a beautiful widowed midwife, plot her ruin by refusing to have anything to do with their husbands.

Jim di Piccadilly DVD (1936)
Also known as: Piccadilly Jim DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Romance

Director(s): Robert Z. Leonard

Cast: Robert Montgomery (as James Crocker, Jr.), Frank Morgan (as James Crocker - Sr. / Count Olav Osric), Madge Evans (as Ann Chester), Eric Blore (as Bayliss, Jim's Butler), Billie Burke (as Eugenia Willis, Nesta's Sister), Robert Benchley (as Bill Macon), Ralph Forbes (as Lord Frederick 'Freddie' Priory), Cora Witherspoon (as Nesta Pett, Ann's Aunt), Tommy Bupp (as Ogden Pett), Aileen Pringle (as Paducah Pomeroy), Grant Mitchell (as Herbert Pett), E.E. Clive (as London Gossip Editor Bill Mechan), Billy Bevan (as Taxi Driver), Grayce Hampton (as Mrs. Brede), Jay Eaton (as Reporter , uncredited), Bess Flowers (as Nightclub Extra , uncredited), Torben Meyer (as Pett's Butler , uncredited), Sidney Miller (as Messenger Boy , uncredited), Belle Mitchell (as (uncredited), Dennis Morgan (as Chrystal Club Singer , uncredited), Dennis O'Keefe (as Petie McGregor , uncredited), Richard Powell (as Reporter , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Jim's father wants to marry Eugenia, but her sister Netta refuses to allow it. When Jim sees Ann at a club, he falls for her even though she is with Lord Priory. He meets her the next day at the riding path, but she quickly loses him. He searches all over for her, not knowing that his father's hopeful fiancée is her Aunt. As his caricature work suffers as he searches, he is fired from his paper. But he makes a comeback with the comics 'Rags to Riches' which is based upon the Pett's. But this upsets the Pett's so much that they go back to New York, and he follows, being careful not to let them know that he is the one who draws the strip that parodies them.

Jo e il gazebo DVD (1971)
Also known as: Jo DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Jean Girault

Cast: Louis de Funès (as Antoine Brisebard), Claude Gensac (as Sylvie Brisebard), Michel Galabru (as Tonelotti l'entrepreneur), Bernard Blier (as Inspecteur Ducros), Guy Tréjan (as Maître Adrien Colas), Ferdy Mayne (as Mister Grunder), Yvonne Clech (as Cécile Grunder), Florence Blot (as Madame Cramusel), Micheline Luccioni (as Françoise), Christiane Muller (as Mathilde la bonne), Paul Préboist (as L'adjudant de gendarmerie), Jacques Marin (as Andrieux), Jean Valmence (as Le représentant), Carlo Nell (as Plumerel), Dominique Zardi (as Le Duc), Henri Attal (as Grand Louis), Jean-Paul Blonday (as Un serveur à la réception , uncredited), Jean Droze (as Riri , uncredited), Marius Gaidon (as Un serveur à la réception , uncredited), Marcel Gassouk (as Le plombier , uncredited), Henri Guégan (as Un ouvrier de Tonelotti , uncredited), Roger Lumont (voice of M. Jo , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Antoine Brisebard, a famous comedy playwright, is struggling with financial difficulties and is preparing to sell his country villa to an English couple. What no one knows, however, is that Brisebard is actually a victim of blackmail since his wife Sylvie, a famous actress, is the daughter of a notorious robber-murderer. His extortionist is a malevolent criminal only known as Jo, who visits him often to pick up his hush money. But faced with certain ruin, Brisebard is preparing to do away with Jo once and for all, planning his deed under the guise of him trying to write the script for a crime play and consulting his friend, attorney Colas, for ideas of how to efficiently get rid of the body. He finally takes up the offer of one Tonelotti to erect a garden pavillon, whose foundation would provide the ideal hiding place for the corpse. On the night Jo is scheduled to arrive for his next payment, Brisebard awaits the arrival with a gun but is not able to pull the trigger, drops the gun ...

Joe Butterfly DVD (1957)
Also known as: Joe Butterfly DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Jesse Hibbs

Cast: Audie Murphy (as Pvt. Joe Woodley), George Nader (as Sgt. Ed Kennedy), Keenan Wynn (as Harold Hathaway), Kieko Shima (as Chieko), Fred Clark (as Col. E.E. Fuller), John Agar (as Sgt. Dick Mason), Charles McGraw (as Sgt. Jim McNulty), Shinpei Shimazaki (as Boku, little boy), Reiko Higa (as False Tokyo Rose), Tatsuo Saitô (as Sakayama, father), Chizu Shimazaki (as Mother), Herbert Anderson (as Maj. Ferguson), Eddie Firestone (as Sgt. Oscar Hulick), Frank Chase (as Yeo. Saul Bernheim), Harold Goodwin (as Col. Hopper), Willard W. Willingham (as Soldier)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: The staff of "Yank" magazine are among the first American troops into Tokyo after the Japanese surrender. Their mission: produce an issue of the magazine...in three days. To accomplish the seeming impossible, they reluctantly enlist the aid of black marketeer and arch-conniver Joe Butterfly, who sets them up in a palatial private mansion, complete with lovely daughter -- strictly against regulations. How much trouble can our heroes talk their way out of?

John Travolto... da un insolito destino DVD (1979)
Also known as: The Face with Two Left Feet DVD (English title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Comedy

Director(s): Neri Parenti

Cast: Giuseppe Spezia (as Gianni), Angelo Infanti (as Raoul), Gloria Piedimonte (as Gloria), Franco Agostini (as Alvise), Claudio Bigagli, Massimo Giuliani, Adriana Russo, Massimo Vanni, Sonia Viviani (as Deborah), Ilona Staller (as Ilona), Enzo Cannavale (as Caruso), Aldo Canti (as Cameriere del 'John's Fever'), Francesco De Rosa (as Facchino dell'Hotel Hilton), Dino Emanuelli (as Signor Giacomo), Giulio Farnese (as Direttore dell'Hotel Hilton), Ettore Mattia (as Uomo basso al telefono), Renzo Rinaldi (as Psicologo della mutua), Claudio Ruffini (as Cameriere gay del 'John's Fever'), Angelo Ragusa (as Scagnozzo di Raoul), Franco Ukmar (as Scagnozzo di Raoul)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Karaoke version of the hit song 'A Teenager In Love' in the style of Dion & The Belmonts. Video contains karaoke backing track with on-screen scrolling lyrics.

Josephine DVD (1967)
Also known as: Les demoiselles de Rochefort DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: French, Spanish

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

Director(s): Jacques Demy

Cast: Catherine Deneuve (as Delphine Garnier), George Chakiris (as Etienne), Françoise Dorléac (as Solange Garnier), Jacques Perrin (as Maxence), Michel Piccoli (as Simon Dame), Jacques Riberolles (as Guillaume Lancien), Grover Dale (as Bill), Geneviève Thénier (as Josette), Henri Crémieux (as Subtil Dutrouz), Pamela Hart (as Judith), Leslie North (as Esther), Patrick Jeantet (as Boubou Garnier), Gene Kelly (as Andy Miller), Danielle Darrieux (as Yvonne Garnier), René Pascal (as Pépé), Dorothée Blanck (as Passerby), Daniel Moquay (as First Sailor), Daniel Gall (as Second Sailor), Bernard Fradet (as Second Agent), Remy Brozek (as Third Agent), Véronique Duval (as A Woman), Pierre Caden (as First Man), Peter Ardran (as Dancer), Wendy Barry (as Dancer), Sarah Butler (as Dancer), Anne Chapman (as Dancer), Jane Darling (as Dancer), Tudor Davies (as Dancer), Lindsay Dolan (as Dancer), John McDonald (as Dancer), Keith Drummond (as Dancer), Maureen Evans (as Dancer), Tara Fernando (as Dancer), Sarah Flemington (as Dancer), Johnny Greenland (as Dancer), Leo Guerard (as Dancer), David Hepburn (as Dancer), Bob Howe (as Dancer), Alix Kirsta (as Dancer), Jerry Manley (as Dancer), Tony Manning (as Dancer), Tom Merrifield (as Dancer), Connel Miles (as Dancer), Albin Pahernik (as Dancer), Nicky Temperton (as Dancer), Barrie Wilkinson (as Dancer), Maureen Willsher (as Dancer), Anne Germain (as Delphine Garnier , singing voice), Claude Parent (as Solange Garnier , singing voice), Christiane Legrand (as Judith , singing voice), Claudine Meunier (as Esther , singing voice), Alice Herald (as Josette , singing voice), José Bartel (as Bill , singing voice), Romuald (as Etienne , singing voice), Donald Burke (as Andy Miller , singing voice), Olivier Bonnet (as Boubou , singing voice), Georges Blaness (as Simon Dame , singing voice), Jacques Revaux (as Maxence , singing voice), Sarah Hardenberg (as Dancer), Jacques Henri Barratier (as Second Man , uncredited), Liliane de Kermadec (as Nun , uncredited), Alain Franchet (as First Agent , uncredited), Florence Malraux (as Nun , uncredited), Michèle Manceaux (as Nun , uncredited), Annie Maurel (as Nun , uncredited), Jean Stout (as Guillaume Lancien , singing voice, uncredited), Jacques Thébault (voice of Etienne , uncredited), Dominique Tirmont (voice of Bill , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Delphine and Solange are two sisters living in Rochefort. Delphine is a dancing teacher and Solange composes and teaches the piano. Maxence is a poet and a painter. He is doing his military service. Simon owns a music shop, he left Paris once month ago to come back where he fell in love 10 years ago. They are looking for love, looking for each other, without being aware that their ideal partner is very close... A film whose scenario is much less important than its feeling of euphory, according to the director Jacques Demy.

Josette DVD (1938)
Also known as: Josette DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Crime, Musical

Director(s): Allan Dwan

Cast: Don Ameche (as David Brassard Jr.), Simone Simon (as Renee LeBlanc), Robert Young (as Pierre Brassard), Joan Davis (as May Morris), Bert Lahr (as Barney Barnaby), Paul Hurst (as A. Adolphus Heyman), William Collier Sr. (as David Brassard Sr.), Tala Birell (as Mlle. Josette), Lynn Bari (as Mrs. Elaine Dupree), William Demarest (as Joe, Diner Owner), Ruth Gillette (as Belle), Armand Kaliz (as Thomas), Maurice Cass (as Ed, the Furrier), George Reed (as Butler), Paul McVey (as Hotel manager), Fred Kelsey (as Hotel detective), Robert Kellard (as Reporter), Robert Lowery (as Rufe, Boatman), Lon Chaney Jr. (as Boatman), Slim Martin (as Orchestra leader), June Gale (as Cafe girl), Ferdinand Gottschalk (as Papa Le Blanc), Carol Adams (as Dancer , uncredited), Alice Armand (as Toinette , uncredited), Bill Baxter (as Messenger Boy , uncredited), Brooks Benedict (as Nightclub Table Extra , uncredited), Ralph Brooks (as Nightclub Dance Extra , uncredited), Eddie Collins (as Customs Inspector , uncredited), Harry Denny (as Bit Role , uncredited), Jack Donaldson (as Bit Role , uncredited), Antonio Filauri (as Waiter , uncredited), Harold Foshay (as Bit Role , uncredited), Mary Healy (as Girl at Ringside , uncredited), Edward Keane (as Doorman , uncredited), Hank Mann (as Charlie, Stagehand , uncredited), Bert Moorhouse (as Extra , uncredited), James C. Morton (as Bartender , uncredited), Ruth Peterson (as Switchboard Operator , uncredited), Lillian Porter (as Cigarette Girl , uncredited), Jayne Regan (as (uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Two young men try to wrest their father from the clutches of a gold digger but by mistake think the woman is a young nightclub singer with whom they both fall in love.

Judy la picchiatella DVD (1951)
Also known as: Honeychile DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Comedy, Musical

Director(s): R.G. Springsteen

Cast: Judy Canova (as Judy Canova), Eddie Foy Jr. (as Eddie Price), Alan Hale Jr. (as Joe Boyd), Walter Catlett (as Al Moore), Claire Carleton (as Betty Loring), Karolyn Grimes (as Effie), Brad Morrow (as Larry), Roy Barcroft (as Walter Judson), Leonid Kinskey (as Chick Lister), Gus Schilling (as Window Washer), Irving Bacon (as Abner), Fuzzy Knight (as Ice Cream Vendor), Roscoe Ates (as Bob), Ida Moore (as Harriet), Sarah Edwards (as Sarah), Emory Parnell (as Mayor), Dick Elliott (as Sheriff), Dick Wessel (as Bartender), William Fawcett (as Ben Todd), Robin Winans (as Boy), Stanley Blystone (as Mr. Olson), Donia Bussey (as Mrs. Olson), John Crawford (as Marvin McKay), Cecil Elliott (as Woman), Cecil Weston (as Woman), Trevor Bardette (as Crooked Rancher , uncredited), Vince Degen (as Member of The Starlighters , uncredited), Jerry Duane (as Member of The Starlighters , uncredited), Herman Hack (as Townsman , uncredited), Chuck Hamilton (as Man on Phone , uncredited), Howard Hudson (as Member of The Starlighters , uncredited), Imogene Lynn (as Member of The Starlighters , uncredited), George Meeker (as Gambler , uncredited), Frank O'Connor (as Man on Phone , uncredited), Tony Paris (as Member of The Starlighters , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

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