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DRAMA/CRIME
Laila la figlia della tempesta DVD (1958)
Also known as: Laila DVD (English title)

Country: Sweden

Spoken Languages: Swedish

Genre(s): Drama

Director(s): Rolf Husberg

Cast: Erika Remberg (as Laila Logje), Edvin Adolphson (as Aslak Logje), Isa Quensel (as Elli Logje), Birger Malmsten (as Mellet Omma), Joachim Hansen (as Anders Lind), Ann-Marie Gyllenspetz (as Inger Lind), Alfred Maurstad (as Jompa), Annalisa Wenström (as Kari), Rune Ottoson (as Kari's Husband), Birger Lensander (as Kari's Father), Bengt Eklund (as Björneberg), Wiktor Andersson (as Mortensson), Anne Blomberg (as Mrs. Nielsen), Bengt Blomgren (as Nielsen, Laila's father), Helge Hagerman (as Parish Constable), Ninni Löfberg (as Nurse Gerda), Sune Mangs (as Speaker at the reindeer race), Sif Ruud (as Peasant Woman), Sonja Westerbergh (as Rasmussen, teacher)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Winter in Lapland, a settler and his wife just had their newborn daughter baptized. On the way home through the wilderness, they are chased by a pack of wolves. The little baby falls out of the sledge and parents plunges off a cliff.

Il lamento sul sentiero DVD (1955)
Also known as: Pather Panchali DVD (original title)

Country: India

Spoken Languages: Hindi

Genre(s): Drama

Director(s): Satyajit Ray

Cast: Kanu Bannerjee (as Harihar Ray), Karuna Bannerjee (as Sarbojaya Ray), Chunibala Devi (as Indir Thakrun), Uma Das Gupta (as Durga), Subir Banerjee (as Apu), Runki Banerjee (as Little Durga), Reba Devi (as Seja Thakrun), Aparna Devi (as Nilmoni's wife), Tulsi Chakraborty (as Prasanna, school teacher), Haren Banerjee (as Chinibas, Sweet-seller), Rampada Das, Nibhanani Devi (as Dasi Thakurun), Rama Gangopadhaya (as Ranu Mookerjee), Roma Ganguli (as Roma), Binoy Mukherjee (as Baidyanath Majumdar), Haridhan Nag, Harimohan Nag (as Doctor), Kshirod Roy (as Priest), Suren Roy

Medium: DVD R/RW

Subtitles: Italian

Storyline: The story of a young boy, Apu, and life in his small Indian village. His parents are quite poor - his father Harihar, a writer and poet, gave away the family's fruit orchard to settle his brother's debts. His sister Durga and an old aunt also still lives with them. His mother Sarbojaya bears the brunt of the family's situation. She scrapes by and sells her personal possessions to put food on the table and has to bear the taunts of her neighbors as Durga is always stealing fruit from their orchard. Things get worse when Harihar disappears for five months and Durga falls ill. Even after Harihar returns, the family is left with few alternatives.

La lampada arde DVD (1943)
Also known as: The Lamp Still Burns DVD (original title)

Country: UK

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Romance

Director(s): Maurice Elvey

Cast: Rosamund John (as Hilary Clarke), Stewart Granger (as Laurence Rains), Godfrey Tearle (as Sir Marshall Freyne), Sophie Stewart (as Christine Morris), Cathleen Nesbitt (as The Matron), Margaret Vyner (as Pamela Siddell), John Laurie (as Mr. Hervey), Joan Maude (as Sister Catley), Mignon O'Doherty (as Sister Tutor), Leslie Dwyer (as Siddons), Wylie Watson (as Diabetic Patient), Eric Micklewood (as Mr. Trevor), Joyce Grenfell (as Dr. Barrett), Ernest Thesiger (as Chairman), Brefni O'Rorke (as Mr. Lorrimer), Patric Curwen (as Mr. Lavery), Jenny Laird (as Ginger Watkins), Grace Arnold (as Sister Grace Annie Sprock , uncredited), Gordon Begg (as Old Carter , uncredited), Valentine Dunn (as Theatre sister , uncredited), Max Earle (as Man with bleeding nose , uncredited), Michael Edmonds (as Little boy , uncredited), Jane Gill-Davis (as Mrs. Chesterwood , uncredited), John Howard (as Jimmy , uncredited), Megs Jenkins (as Nurse , uncredited), David Keir (as Mr. Purvis , uncredited), Aubrey Mallalieu (as Rev. J. Ashton , uncredited), Paul Merton (as George , uncredited), Althea Parker (as Red Cross nurse , uncredited), Janette Scott (as (uncredited), Ben Williams (as Engineer Testing Machine , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: A tribute to the important work of female nurses during World War II.

La lampada cinese DVD (1935)
Also known as: Oil for the Lamps of China DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Drama

Director(s): Mervyn LeRoy

Cast: Pat O'Brien (as Stephen Chase), Josephine Hutchinson (as Hester), Jean Muir (as Alice), Lyle Talbot (as Jim), Arthur Byron (as No. 1 Boss), John Eldredge (as Don), Donald Crisp (as Mr. McCarger), Willie Fung (as Kin), Tetsu Komai (as Ho), Henry O'Neill (as Edward Hartford), Ronnie Cosby (as Bunsy Wellman), William B. Davidson (as E.H. Swaley), George Meeker (as Bill Kendall), Joseph Crehan (as Clements), Christian Rub (as Dr. Jorgen), Willard Robertson (as Speaker), Edward McWade (as Dan), Florence Fair (as Miss Cunningham - Nurse), Keye Luke (as Young Chinese Soldier), Suey Long Wong, William Austin (as Clerk in Chase's Office , uncredited), Glen Cavender (as Worried McCarger Employee , uncredited), George Irving (as Walter Gilbert , uncredited), Olive Jones (as Telephone Operator #14 , uncredited), Mitchell Lewis (as Skipper of Ship , uncredited), Lotus Liu (as Secretary , uncredited), Abraham Mirkin (as (uncredited), Miki Morita (as Japanese Tailor , uncredited), Paul Panzer (as Oil Company Employee , uncredited), Ferdinand Schumann-Heink (as Worried McCarger Employee , uncredited), Teru Shimada (as Tea House Owner , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: An American, working for his oil company in China, disregards all but the company's interests. " The characters and the institution portrayed in the story are not actual but the product of fiction. The oil business was chosen because light has ever been symbolic of progress."

Lampi sul Messico DVD (1933)
Also known as: Thunder Over Mexico DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, History

Director(s): Sergei M. Eisenstein

Cast: Martín Hernández (as Sebastian Enriquez), Isabel Villaseñor (as Maria, his betrothed), Félix Balderas (as Sebastian's Brother), Julio Saldívar (as The Haciendado)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: As was common in Diaz's Mexico, a young hacienda worker finds his betrothed imprisoned and his life threatened by his master for confronting a hacienda guest for raping the girl.

Lancillotto e Ginevra DVD (1974)
Also known as: Lancelot du Lac DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: Italian

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

Director(s): Robert Bresson

Cast: Luc Simon (as Lancelot du Lac), Laura Duke Condominas (as La Reine, The Queen), Humbert Balsan (as Gauvain), Vladimir Antolek-Oresek (as Le Roi, The King), Patrick Bernhard (as Mordred), Arthur De Montalembert (as Lionel), Charles Balsan, Christian Schlumberger, Joseph-Patrick Le Quidre, Jean-Paul Leperlier, Marie-Louise Buffet, Marie-Gabrielle Cartron, Antoine Rabaud, Jean-Marie Becar, Guy de Bernis, Philippe Chleq

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: A million miles away from 'Camelot' or 'Excalibur', this film ruthlessly strips the Arthurian legend down to its barest essentials. Arthur's knights, far from being heroic, are conniving and greedy men who, just before the film starts, have failed miserably to find the Holy Grail. Aimlessly resentful at first, the developing relationship between Lancelot and Queen Guinevere focuses their rage, leading to inevitable tragedy...

Landru DVD (1963)
Also known as: Bluebeard DVD (English title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Crime, Biography

Director(s): Claude Chabrol

Cast: Michèle Morgan (as Célestine Buisson), Danielle Darrieux (as Berthe Heon), Hildegard Knef (as Mme X. / Madame Ixe), Juliette Mayniel (as Anna, Marie, Angèle Colomb), Stéphane Audran (as Fernande Segret), Catherine Rouvel (as Andrée Babelet), Françoise Lugagne (as Catherine Landru), Mary Marquet (as Madame Guillin), Denise Provence (as Madame Laporte), Serge Bento (as Maurice Landru), Claude Mansard (as Maître de Moro Gafferi, Landru's defence attorney), Robert Burnier (as Le président / Presiding judge), Mario David (as Le procureur / Prosecutor), Jean-Louis Maury (as Comissaire Belin), Diane Lepvrier (as Suzanne Landru, Landru's Daughter), Gisèle Sandré (as Georgette), Pierre Vernier (as Un magistrat), René Pannetrat, Jacques Munier, Louis Lyonnet (as Un inspecteur), Pierre Lafont, Huguette Forge (as Madame Vidal), Joseph Hindley, André Dino, André Fouché (as Le docteur Paul), Bernard Papineau, Eric Muller, Robert Barre, Philippe Castelli (as Un inspecteur de police), Jacques Robiolles (as Un juré), Alain Quercy, Henri Attal (as Un gendarme), Dominique Zardi (as Un gendarme), Sacha Briquet (as Le substitut / Assistant prosecutor), Raymond Queneau (as Georges Clemenceau), Jean-Pierre Melville (as Georges Mandel), Charles Denner (as Henri-Desiré Landru), Roger Vincent (as Le pretre à l'exécution), Jean-Marie Arnoux (as Un spectateur au procès , uncredited), André Badin (as Le gardien de la paix au square , uncredited), Charles Bayard (as Un juré , uncredited), Yvonne Gradelet (as Une femme au procès , uncredited), Christian Lude (as (uncredited), Franck Maurice (as Un homme au procès , uncredited), Louis Saintève (as L'assesseur somnolent , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: France, WWI. Landru, the father of four children, contacts Parisian women through newspaper ads, seduces and eventually kills them.

Lasciami sognare DVD (1951)
Also known as: Meet Danny Wilson DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Drama, Musical

Director(s): Joseph Pevney

Cast: Frank Sinatra (as Danny Wilson), Shelley Winters (as Joy Carroll), Alex Nicol (as Michael Francis), Raymond Burr (as Nick Driscoll alias Joe Martell), Vaughn Taylor (as T.W. Hatcher), Tommy Farrell (as Tommy Wells), Donald MacBride (as Police Desk Sergeant), Barbara Knudson (as Marie), Carl Sklover (as Cab Driver), John Albright (as Newsboy , uncredited), Richard Alexander (as Nightclub Patron , uncredited), Phil Arnold (as Little Man , uncredited), Walter Bacon (as Observer at Accient Scene , uncredited), Ray Barnes (as Second Interne , uncredited), Eleanor Bassett (as Girl at Party , uncredited), Willie Bloom (as Fight Second , uncredited), Harold Bostwick (as Photographer , uncredited), James Bradley (as Quartette Singer , uncredited), Paul Bradley (as Party Guest , uncredited), Mary Brewer (as Party Girl , uncredited), Norman Brooks (as Quartette Singer , uncredited), Ralph Brooks (as Party Guest , uncredited), Steve Carruthers (as Party Guest , uncredited), Sue Casey (as Minor Role , uncredited), James J. Casino (as Fight Second , uncredited), Bill Cassady (as Newspaper Reporter , uncredited), Jeff Chandler (as Jeff Chandler - Nightclub Patron, cameo appearance , uncredited), Jack Chefe (as Makeup Man , uncredited), Eddie Coontz (as Reporter , uncredited), Oliver Cross (as Nightclub Patron , uncredited), Tony Curtis (as Himself - Nightclub Patron , uncredited), John Daheim (as Gus - Driscoll's Henchman , uncredited), Peggy Dale (as Minor Role , uncredited), Sayre Dearing (as Minor Role , uncredited), Jack Deery (as Waiter , uncredited), Helen Dickson (as Night Club Patron , uncredited), Tom Dillon (as Policeman , uncredited), John Dix (as Quartette Singer , uncredited), Bob Donnelly (as Emerson , uncredited), George Eldredge (as Detective Lt. Kelly , uncredited), Paul Ely (as Western Union Messenger , uncredited), Sandra Farrell (as Bobby-Soxer , uncredited), Bobby Faye (as Inmate , uncredited), Pat Flaherty (as 'Mother' Murphy , uncredited), Bess Flowers (as Guest at Danny's Party , uncredited), George Ford (as Party Guest , uncredited), Cindy Garner (as Stewardess , uncredited), George Garver (as Fighter , uncredited), Robert Haines (as Fight Spectator , uncredited), Charmienne Harker (as Dance Director , uncredited), Paula Hill (as Party Girl , uncredited), Stuart Holmes (as Nightclub Patron , uncredited), Jimmie Horan (as Fight Spectator , uncredited), Charles Horvath (as Truck Driver , uncredited), Tom Hubbard (as Cop , uncredited), John Indrisano (as Truck Passenger , uncredited), Pete Kellett (as Observer at Accient Scene , uncredited), Colin Kenny (as London Bobby , uncredited), Bert Keyes (as Minor Role , uncredited), Jack Kruschen (as Drunken Heckler , uncredited), Mike Lally (as Driscoll's Nightclub Headwaiter , uncredited), Morty Langer (as Newsboy , uncredited), Donna Leary (as Bobby-Soxer , uncredited), Earl Lee (as Park Cop , uncredited), Herbert Lytton (as Lawyer White , uncredited), Larry McGrath (as Inmate , uncredited), Noreen Michaels (as Minor Role , uncredited), Lee Miller (as Airline Clerk , uncredited), Hans Moebus (as Nightclub Patron , uncredited), Carlos Molina (as Bandleader , uncredited), Forbes Murray (as Party Guest , uncredited), Gregg Palmer (as Interne / Policeman , uncredited), Charlie Parlato (as Musician with Trumpet , uncredited), Bob Perry (as Tim , uncredited), Charles Perry (as Waiter , uncredited), Jack Perry (as Nightclub Patron , uncredited), Rose Plumer (as Scrubwoman , uncredited), Ezelle Poule (as Maggie , uncredited), George Ramsey (as Electrician , uncredited), Bob Reeves (as Plainclothesman , uncredited), Phil Resnick (as Inmate , uncredited), Albin Robeling (as Waiter , uncredited), Ned Roberts (as Park Policeman , uncredited), Michael Ross (as Salesman , uncredited), Jeffrey Sayre (as Nightclub Patron , uncredited), Frank J. Scannell (as Nightclub Emcee , uncredited), Scott Seaton (as Observer at Accient Scene , uncredited), Bernard Sell (as Nightclub Patron , uncredited), Bruce Sharpe (as Inmate , uncredited), Charles Sherlock (as Minor Role , uncredited), Bert Stevens (as Party Guest , uncredited), Leo Sulky (as Minor Role , uncredited), Brick Sullivan (as Cop Outside Fight Arena , uncredited), Jeanne Tatum (as Tired Hairdresser , uncredited), Ken Terrell (as Driscoll's Henchman , uncredited), Billy Vernon (as Usher , uncredited), Peter Virgo (as Pool Player , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Danny Wilson and partner Mike make a meager living singing in dives and hustling pool. One night they meet entertainer Joy Carroll, who gets them a job at racketeer Nick Driscoll's posh nightclub. But Nick wants a high price: half of Danny's future income. Danny's career skyrockets, but his position at the top of the heap, and his one-sided romance with Joy, prove extremely unstable.

Lasciate fare a Sanders DVD (1944)
Also known as: Herr Sanders lebt gefährlich DVD (original title)

Country: Germany

Spoken Languages: German

Genre(s): Drama, Crime

Director(s): Robert A. Stemmle

Cast: Paul Verhoeven (as Paul Sanders, Kriminalromanautor), Gretl Schörg (as Colette Francis, Revuestar), Else von Möllendorff (as Ellen Hinz, Sekretärin), Harald Paulsen (as Fergusson), Paul Henckels (as Caspar Natter), Aribert Wäscher (as Kockelkorn, Juwelier), Paul Bildt (as Jap Kool, Verleger), Erich Fiedler (as Adami, Angestelter), Emil Heß (as Gil Schnyder), Ralph Lothar (as Dr. Walter Noris), Werner Schott (as Franck, Kriminalkommissar), Franz Schafheitlin (as Romberg, Regierungsrat), Karl Etlinger (as Philipp, Hausdiener), Karl Günther (as Hotelchef), Ruth Lommel (as Lona), Käte Kühl (as Wirtin), Lotte Werkmeister (as Frau Schulz, Gardrobiere), Louis Brody, Peter Busse, Henry Lorenzen, Georg Thomalla (as Inspizient , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Lasciateci vivere DVD (1939)
Also known as: Let Us Live DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English, Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Crime

Director(s): John Brahm

Cast: Maureen O'Sullivan (as Mary Roberts), Henry Fonda (as 'Brick' Tennant), Ralph Bellamy (as Lieutenant Everett), Alan Baxter (as Joe Linden), Stanley Ridges (as District Attorney), Henry Kolker (as Chief of Police), George Lynn (as Joe Taylor), George Douglas (as Ed Walsh), Phillip Trent (as Frank Burke), Martin Spellman (as Jimmy Dugan), Norman Ainsley (as New York Hotel Clerk , uncredited), Eric Alden (as Cop , uncredited), Herbert Ashley (as Sam , uncredited), Earl Askam (as Prison Guard , uncredited), Harry A. Bailey (as Drug Clerk Juror , uncredited), Harry Bernard (as Auto Show Watchman , uncredited), Joseph E. Bernard (as Man in Courtroom Corridor , uncredited), James Blaine (as Detective , uncredited), Sammy Blum (as Chef , uncredited), Harry C. Bradley (as Hijacked Motorist , uncredited), James P. Burtis (as Taxi Cab Mechanic , uncredited), Eddy Chandler (as Detective with First Cab Driver , uncredited), George Chesebro (as Prison Visitor's Room Guard , uncredited), Jack Rube Clifford (as Police Sergeant , uncredited), Edmund Cobb (as Fingerprint Man , uncredited), Chuck Colean (as Movie Projectionist , uncredited), Alec Craig (as Bookkeeper Juror , uncredited), Kernan Cripps (as Desk Sergeant , uncredited), Beatrice Curtis (as Waitress , uncredited), Dick Curtis (as Convict on Death Row , uncredited), Joe De Stefani (as Dentist Juror , uncredited), Mike Donovan (as Cop , uncredited), Ann Doran (as Secretary Juror , uncredited), Phil Dunham (as Nervous Juror , uncredited), Dick Elliott (as Rotarian Juror , uncredited), Frank Fanning (as Detective Brown , uncredited), Betty Farrington (as Mother Juror , uncredited), Carl Faulkner (as Detective , uncredited), Al Ferguson (as Death Row Guard , uncredited), Joseph Forte (as Prison Doctor , uncredited), Byron Foulger (as Defense Attorney , uncredited), Mary Foy (as Theatre Scrubwoman , uncredited), Bud Geary (as Cop at Line-up , uncredited), Kit Guard (as Convict on Death Row , uncredited), Chuck Hamilton (as Bailiff , uncredited), Forrester Harvey (as Death Row Inmate Asking for His Music , uncredited), Edward Hearn (as Detective Carson , uncredited), Al Herman (as Garage Attendant Juror , uncredited), Herbert Heywood (as Theatre Watchman , uncredited), Fay Holderness (as Theatre Scrubwoman , uncredited), Harry Hollingsworth (as Detective Stone , uncredited), Harry Holman (as J.B. - Businessman Juror , uncredited), Robert Homans (as 'Unlucky' Cop , uncredited), Arthur Stuart Hull (as Crandall , uncredited), Dick Jensen (as Detective , uncredited), Milton Kibbee (as Hardware Store Proprietor , uncredited), Joe King (as Police Inspector Cavanaugh , uncredited), Brady Kline (as Detective Hennessey , uncredited), Wright Kramer (as Appeals Judge , uncredited), Charles Lane (as Auto Salesman , uncredited), Billy Lee (as Boy in Window , uncredited), Sharon Lewis (as Buyer Juror , uncredited), Arthur Loft (as Warden , uncredited), Tom London (as Police Sergeant , uncredited), Stanley Mack (as Undetermined Role , uncredited), Tom Mahoney (as Second Bailiff , uncredited), Charles McAvoy (as Death Row Guard , uncredited), Sam McDaniel (as Mose - Hold-Up Witness , uncredited), Bruce Mitchell (as Cop , uncredited), William V. Mong (as Joe Taylor, Sr. , uncredited), Philip Morris (as Detective , uncredited), Frank O'Connor (as Detective , uncredited), Pat O'Malley (as Police Captain , uncredited), Ted Oliver (as Detective , uncredited), Edward Peil Sr. (as Bank Teller , uncredited), Jessie Perry (as Head of P.T.A. Juror , uncredited), Lee Phelps (as Cop , uncredited), Lee Prather (as Cop , uncredited), John Qualen (as Dan , uncredited), Gus Reed (as Man Asking J.B. How the Trial Went , uncredited), Ralph Remley (as Bill Henderson , uncredited), William Royle (as Prison Guard , uncredited), Dick Rush (as Cop , uncredited), Marshall Ruth (as Peter Roxbury - Cab Driver , uncredited), Ernest Shields (as Undetermined Role , uncredited), Lee Shumway (as Warden's Attendant , uncredited), Walter Soderling (as Janitor - Hold-Up Witness , uncredited), Ray Stewart (as Undetermined Role , uncredited), George Taylor (as Death Row Prisoner , uncredited), Ted Thompson (as New York Hotel Assistant Manager , uncredited), Charles Trowbridge (as Trial Judge , uncredited), Minerva Urecal (as Charwoman at Theatre Hold-Up , uncredited, unconfirmed), Monte Vandergrift (as Police Detective Dietz , uncredited), Emmett Vogan (as Bank Cashier , uncredited), Bess Wade (as Theatre Scrubwoman , uncredited), Ethel Wales (as Ella - Theatre Scrubwoman , uncredited), Ray Walker (as Drunken Reporter , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Two innocent men are wrongly convicted of murder and sentenced to death. The fiance of one of them convinces a police detective of their innocence, and together they try to find the real killer before the men's execution date.

Lassù qualcuno mi ama DVD (1956)
Also known as: Somebody Up There Likes Me DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English, Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Sport, Biography

Director(s): Robert Wise

Cast: Paul Newman (as Rocky), Pier Angeli (as Norma), Everett Sloane (as Irving Cohen), Eileen Heckart (as Ma Barbella), Sal Mineo (as Romolo), Harold J. Stone (as Nick Barbella), Joseph Buloff (as Benny), Sammy White (as Whitey Bimstein), Arch Johnson (as Heldon), Robert P. Lieb (as District Attorney Hogan), Theodore Newton (as Athletic Commissioner Edward Eagan), Caswell Adams (as Sam , uncredited), Stanley Adams (as Romolo's Attorney , uncredited), Fred Aldrich (as Ringside Photographer - Zale Fight , uncredited), Leon Alton (as Fight Spectator , uncredited), Harry Arnie (as Spectator , uncredited), Bob Bardette (as Reporter , uncredited), Walter Beaver (as Sidekick , uncredited), Michael Bookasta (as Boy at Parade , uncredited), William Boyett (as Military Policeman Escort at Fight , uncredited), Bart Braverman (as Boy , uncredited), John Breen (as Hearing Specatator , uncredited), Ben Cameron (as Minor Role , uncredited), Frank Campanella (as Detective , uncredited), Walter Cartier (as Polack , uncredited), Angela Cartwright (as Audrey at Age 3 , uncredited), George Cisar (as Fence , uncredited), Russ Clark (as Zale Fight Referee , uncredited), Tom Coleman (as Reporter at Sparring Session , uncredited), Russ Conway (as Capt. Grifton , uncredited), Gene Coogan (as Bookie , uncredited), Clancy Cooper (as Capt. Lancheck , uncredited), Vincent Correccio (as Tough Kid , uncredited), Joe Costa (as Racketeer , uncredited), Matt Crowley (as Lou Stillman , uncredited), Michael Dante (as Shorty the Greek , uncredited), Ray Danton (voice of Off-Screen Reporter , uncredited), James Dime (as Training Spectator , uncredited), Robert Duvall (as MP , uncredited, unconfirmed), Robert Easton (as Cpl. Quinbury , uncredited), John Eldredge (as Reformatory Warden George Niles , uncredited), Joe Garcio (as Radio Listener , uncredited), Robert Gardett (as Reporter , uncredited), Tommy Garland (as Referee , uncredited), Jan Gillum (as Yolanda at Age 12 , uncredited), Sam Gilman (as Detective Arresting Rocky , uncredited), Pete Gonzales (as Fighter , uncredited), James Gonzalez (as Trial Spectator , uncredited), Herschel Graham (as Fight Spectator , uncredited), Charles Green (as Curtis Hughtower , uncredited), Donna Jo Gribble (as Yolanda Barbella , uncredited), Kit Guard (as Fight Spectator , uncredited), Don Haggerty (as Leavenworth Prison Guard , uncredited), Bern Hoffman (as Fat Man at Hijacking Attempt , uncredited), Dynamite Jackson (as Referee , uncredited), Allen Jaffe (as Radio Listener , uncredited), Walter Johnson (as Guard , uncredited), Dean Jones (as Private in Rocky's Tent at Army Base , uncredited), Rodney Jones (as Fighter , uncredited), Byron Kane (as Reporter , uncredited), Jackie Kelk (as George , uncredited), Kenner G. Kemp (as Fight Commissioner's Assistant , uncredited), Jack Kenney (as Reformatory Guard , uncredited), Jess Kirkpatrick (as Chicago Reporter , uncredited), Joe La Barba (as Referee in Brooklyn Arena , uncredited), Richard LaMarr (as Fight Spectator , uncredited), Pat Lawless (as Cop , uncredited), David Leonard (as Mr. Mueller , uncredited), Len Lesser (as Reporter at Sparring Session , uncredited), Robert Loggia (as Frankie Peppo , uncredited), Jack Lomas (as Reformatory Guard , uncredited), Wilbur Mack (as Fight Spectator , uncredited), Cy Malis (as Referee , uncredited), Joseph Marr (as Customer , uncredited), Gregg Martell (as Guard , uncredited), Philo McCullough (as Fight Spectator , uncredited), Joe McGuinn (as Guard , uncredited), Frank McLure (as Fight Spectator , uncredited), Steve McQueen (as Fidel , uncredited), Tyler McVey (as Reporter , uncredited), Tony Michaels (as Assistant Commissioner , uncredited), Frank Mills (as Counterman at Gym , uncredited), Mike Morelli (as Radio Listener , uncredited), Philip Morini (as Reporter , uncredited), Robin Morse (as Reporter at Boxing Commission Hearing , uncredited), Ben Moselle (as Referee in Army Arena , uncredited), Sol Murgi (as Fight Spectator , uncredited), Jimmy Murphy (as Young Fighter at Gym , uncredited), Frank Nechero (as Spectator , uncredited), Ralph Neff (as Spectator , uncredited), Billy Nelson (as Commissioner , uncredited), Monty O'Grady (as Fight Spectator , uncredited), James O'Rear (as Judge , uncredited), Jack Orrison (as Detective , uncredited), Jack Perry (as Man in Bar , uncredited), Judson Pratt (as Johnny Hyland , uncredited), Terry Rangno (as Rocky at Age 8 , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: The abuse Rocky Barbella endures at the hand of his father and subsequent run-ins with the law lead him in and out of detention centers and prisons. When it seems he has it together, Rocky is drafted but, refusing to adhere to Army rules, goes AWOL. He takes up boxing to earn quick money, but when he discovers he has a natural talent in the ring, he builds the confidence to pursue his love interest, Norma, and fulfill his potential as a fighter.

Laura nuda DVD (1961)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama

Director(s): Nicolò Ferrari

Cast: Giorgia Moll (as Laura), Tomas Milian (as Marco), Anne Vernon (as Claudia), Nino Castelnuovo (as Franco - il marito di Laura), Milly (as Adriana - la madre di Laura), Antonio Centa (as Sandro - il padre di Laura), Bruno Gardini (as Luciano), Antoinette Weynen (as Marta), Françoise De Quental (as Un' amica di Marta), Nerio Bernardi (as L'amante di Adriana), Nicolo' Stiozzi (as Paolo), Renato Mambor (as Toni), Giancarlo Sbragia (as Il prete), Riccardo Garrone (as Alvise)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Laura, a beautiful young middle class woman, marries Franco just to see what it is like to tie in the knot. She is not happy with him and tries to find happiness in the arms of a couple of men, among whom a respected teacher. But her quest is a failure and , in the end, she finds herself helpless and desperate.

I lautari DVD (1972)
Also known as: Lautarii DVD (original title)

Country: Soviet Union

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Romance, Musical

Director(s): Emil Loteanu

Cast: Serghei Lunchevici (as Toma Alistar), Dumitru Hãbãsescu, Jenea Rolko, Galina Vodnyatskaya (as Leanca), Olga Câmpeanu, Angelica Iascencu, Willy Musoian (as Dragomir), Haralambie Berdaga (as Lautar), Dumitru Mocanu (as Lautar), Liubomir Iorga (as Lautar), Ilie Moschei (as Lautar), Vasili Zubku (as Lautar), N. Fagurel (as Lautar), Grigore Grigoriu (as Radu Negostin), Svetlana Toma, Valeriu Cupcea, Mircea Sotsky-Voinicescu (as First Lieutenant Baturin), Viktor Sotsky-Voinicescu (as Duca), Dumitru Fusu, Mihai Timofti (as Vasile), Viktor Chutak (as Alistar's Father), Constantsa Tirtseu

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Leader of a traveling gypsy band from the steppes of Bessarabia (now Moldova), Toma Alistar is a skilled violinist whose fame takes him on tours around European capitals and royal courts. He remains obsessed with his first love, beautiful Leanca who was married elsewhere while Toma was traveling, and spends his life and fortune trying to find her.

Laviamoci il cervello DVD (1963)
Also known as: Ro.Go.Pa.G. DVD (alternative title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy

Director(s): Jean-Luc Godard, Ugo Gregoretti, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Roberto Rossellini

Cast: Rosanna Schiaffino (as Anna Maria, segment "Illibatezza"), Bruce Balaban (as Joe, segment "Illibatezza"), Maria Pia Schiaffino (as Air hostess, segment "Illibatezza"), Jean-Marc Bory (as Husband, segment "Il nuovo mondo"), Alexandra Stewart (as Alexandra, segment "Il nuovo mondo"), Orson Welles (as The 'Director', segment "La ricotta"), Mario Cipriani (as Stracci / Good Thief, segment "La ricotta"), Laura Betti (as The 'Diva', segment "La ricotta"), Edmonda Aldini (as Another diva, segment "La ricotta"), Ettore Garofolo (as Angel, segment "La ricotta"), Ugo Tognazzi (as Togni, segment "Il pollo ruspante"), Lisa Gastoni (as Togni's wife, segment "Il pollo ruspante"), Ricky Tognazzi (as The son, segment "Il pollo ruspante"), Antonella Taito (as The daughter, segment "Il pollo ruspante"), Maria Bernardini (as Stripteaser, segment "La ricotta" , uncredited), Elsa De Giorgi (as Productor's Wife, segment "La ricotta" , uncredited), Michel Delahaye (as (segment "Il nuovo mondo" , uncredited), Rossana Di Rocco (as Stracci's Daughter, segment "La ricotta" , uncredited), Jean-André Fieschi (as (segment "Il nuovo mondo" , uncredited), Vittorio La Paglia (as The Journalist, segment "La ricotta" , uncredited), André S. Labarthe (voice of (segment "Il nuovo mondo" , uncredited), Tomas Milian (as Centurione, segment "La ricotta" , uncredited), Franca Pasut (as Visitor, segment "La ricotta" , uncredited), Gianrico Tedeschi (as The psichiatrist, segment "Illibatezza" , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: This consists of four short films by different directors. Rosselini's 'Chastity' ('Illibatezza') deals with an attractive air hostess who receives the unwelcome attentions of a middle aged American. Godard's 'New World' ('Il Nuovo Mondo') illustrates a post-apocalypse world the same as the pre-apocalyptic one but for an enigmatic change in attitude in most people, including the central character's girlfriend. In Pasolini's 'Curd Cheese' ('La Ricotta'), a lavish film about the life of Jesus Christ is being made in a poor area. The impoverished people subject themselves to various indignities in the name of moviemaking in order to win a little food. The central character is hoisted up on a cross for filming, and dies there. Finally comes Gregoretti's 'Free Range Chicken' ('Il Pollo Ruspante') in which a family of the materialist culture inadvertantly illustrate the cynical, metallic voiced doctrine of a top sales theorist.

Lazarillo di Tormes DVD (1959)
Also known as: El Lazarillo de Tormes DVD (original title)

Country: Spain

Spoken Languages: Spanish

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy

Director(s): César Fernández Ardavín

Cast: Marco Paoletti (as Lazarillo), Juanjo Menéndez (as The Squire), Carlos Casaravilla (as Ciego, Blind Man), Memmo Carotenuto (as Cómico, The Actor), Antonio Molino Rojo (as Alguacil, Bailiff), Margarita Lozano (as Antona), Emilio Santiago (as Sacristán de la Sagra), Pilar Sanclemente (as Ciega, Blind Girl), Mary Paz Pondal (as Moza 1ª, Girl #1), Ana Rivero (as Moza 2ª, Girl #2), Juana Cáceres (as Mujer sacristán), Luis Roses (as Tejero), Victoria Rambla (as Viuda, Widow), Carmen Rodríguez (as Hilandera vieja), Ángeles Macua (as Hilandera joven), Mariano Martín (as Párroco), Carmen Casaravilla (as (uncredited), Carlo Pisacane (as Sacristán amo de Lazarillo , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Film based on an anonymous novel from the XVI century.

Le Mans scorciatoia per l'inferno DVD (1970)
Also known as: Summer Love DVD (English title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Action, Drama

Director(s): Osvaldo Civirani

Cast: Lang Jeffries (as John Lee Scott), Erna Schurer (as Sheila), Maurizio Bonuglia (as Dustin Rich), Edwige Fenech (as Cora), Franco Borelli, Roberto Messina, Franco Pesce (as Agostino Bonelli), Paola Iacopucci (as Berit), Marcello Di Paolo (as Franco Baresi), Gaetano Imbró (as Kurt Weiß), Vittorio Caprioli (as Luis , uncredited), Ivano Staccioli (as TV host , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Former racing champion John Lee Scott coaches young driver Dustin Rich. The learn of a new Italian model that can reach 300 kilometers an hour developed by an 80 year old racing expert.

Le piace Brahms? DVD (1961)
Also known as: Goodbye Again DVD (English title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Romance

Director(s): Anatole Litvak

Cast: Ingrid Bergman (as Paula Tessier), Yves Montand (as Roger Demarest), Anthony Perkins (as Philip Van der Besh), Jessie Royce Landis (as Mrs. Van der Besh), Pierre Dux (as Maître Fleury), Jocelyn Lane (as First Maisie), Jean Clarke (as Second Maisie), Michèle Mercier (as Third Maisie), Alison Leggatt (as Alice), Uta Taeger (as Gaby), David Horne (as Queen's Counsel), Peter Bull (as Client), André Randall (as Mr. Steiner), Diahann Carroll (as Night Club Singer), Marcel Achard (as (uncredited), Michel Arene (as (uncredited), Henri Attal (as Man at Concert , uncredited), Paul Bonifas (as Cellarman , uncredited), Yul Brynner (as Extra in nightclub scene , uncredited), Jean-Pierre Cassel (as Dancer , uncredited), Germaine Delbat (as Usherette , uncredited), Sacha Distel (as (uncredited), Maurice Druon (as (uncredited), Annie Duperoux (as Madeline Fleury , uncredited), Michel Garland (as Young Man in Club , uncredited), Raymond Gérôme (as Jimmy , uncredited), Jean Hébey (as Monsieur Cherel - Man in Club , uncredited), René Lefevre-Bel (as (uncredited), Colin Mann (as Assistant Lawyer , uncredited), Yves-Marie Maurin (as (uncredited), Jean Michaud (as François , uncredited), Moustache (as Personality dancing at the Épi Club , uncredited), Jean Ozenne (as Van Der Besh 's Guest , uncredited), Lee Patrick (as Madame Fleury , uncredited), Jean-Loup Philippe (as Personality at the Épi Club , uncredited), Jeanne Provost (as (uncredited), Françoise Rasquin (as Bit Part , uncredited), Françoise Sagan (as Personality at the Épi Club , uncredited), Georges Sellier (as Bit Part , uncredited), Hélène Tossy (as (uncredited), Paul Uny (as Waiter , uncredited), Dominique Zardi (as Man at Concert , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: In this adaptation of Françoise Sagan's best selling novel, Paula is a beautiful and highly successful 40-year-old businesswoman. She is deeply in love with Roger, her mature consort of five years. Roger is a very charming gallant who loves Paula but is too selfish to give up his freedom to be promiscuous. When Paula meets Phillip, the 24-year-old immature lawyer son of one of her rich clients, he falls hopelessly in love with the glamorous, sympathetic older woman and insists that the age difference will be no barrier to a romance. Paula resists the young man's persistent advances, but she finally succumbs when Roger initiates yet another affair with one of his young Maisies. An affair begins, and society does not approve.

La legge DVD (1959)
Also known as: The Law DVD (English title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy, Crime

Director(s): Jules Dassin

Cast: Gina Lollobrigida (as Marietta), Pierre Brasseur (as Don Cesare), Marcello Mastroianni (as Enrico Tosso - l'agronomo), Melina Mercouri (as Donna Lucrezia), Yves Montand (as Matteo Brigante), Raf Mattioli (as Francesco Brigante), Vittorio Caprioli (as Attilio - il commissario), Lidia Alfonsi (as Giuseppina), Gianrico Tedeschi (as Primo disoccupato), Nino Vingelli (as Pizzaccio), Bruno Carotenuto (as Balbo), Luisa Rivelli (as Elvira), Anna Maria Bottini (as Maria), Anna Arena (as Anna - la moglie d'Attilio), Edda Soligo (as Giulia), Herbert Knippenberg (as Lo svizzero), Franco Pesce, Joe Dassin (as Secondo disoccupato), Sonia Barbieri (as La moglie del svizzero), Marcello Giorda (as Il parroco), Teddy Bilis (as Il giudice Alessandro), Paolo Stoppa (as Tonio)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Marietta, servant of aristocrat Don Cesare, is the bellezza of an Italian town where men gather nightly in the tavern for the 'game of the Law,' selecting one by lot to boss and humiliate the others. Illicit passions abound: the judge's wife pursues Francesco, son of crime boss Matteo, who is after Marietta (so is her brother-in-law); Marietta wants engineer Enrico for a husband, but he claims he's too poor to marry. So she decides to steal herself a dowry! All this may lead to an explosion...and some changes in who dictates 'the law.'

La legge del cuore DVD (1948)
Also known as: Big city DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Drama

Director(s): Norman Taurog

Cast: Margaret O'Brien (as Midge), Robert Preston (as Rev. Philip Y. Andrews), Danny Thomas (as Cantor David Irwin Feldman), George Murphy (as Patrick O'Donnell), Karin Booth (as Florence Bartlett), Edward Arnold (as Judge Martin O. Abercrombie), Jackie 'Butch' Jenkins (as Louis Keller), Betty Garrett (as Shoo Shoo Grady), Lotte Lehmann (as Mama Feldman), Connie Gilchrist (as Martha, the Judge's Maid), Page Cavanaugh (as Trio Leader), David Bair (voice of Boy , uncredited), Bobby Barber (as Fighter , uncredited), Stanley Blystone (as Mike, the Bartender , uncredited), George Calliga (as Rabbi , uncredited), Heinie Conklin (as Drunk Barfly , uncredited), George Davis (as The Florist , uncredited), Dolores Donlon (as Bride , uncredited), John George (as Midget at Bar , uncredited), Sherry Hall (as Court Clerk , uncredited), Dell Henderson (as Courtroom Spectator , uncredited), Clarence Hennecke (as Fighter , uncredited), Maynard Holmes (as Groom , uncredited), Joy James (as Boogie-Woogie Fan , uncredited), Doris Kemper (as Mrs. Krause , uncredited), Colin Kenny (as Lawyer , uncredited), David Leonard (as Rudy , uncredited), Hank Mann (as Drunk Barfly , uncredited), Frank Mayo (as Lawyer , uncredited), Jerry Mickelsen (voice of Boy , uncredited), Ben Moselle (as Fighter , uncredited), Marles Noie (as Little Girl , uncredited), Skeets Noyes (as Cleaning Man , uncredited), Peter Roman (as Stooge , uncredited), Irene Seidner (as Woman Guardian , uncredited), Lotte Stein (as Rudy's Wife , uncredited), Brick Sullivan (as Cop , uncredited), Charles Sullivan (as Brawler Outside Bar , uncredited), Sailor Vincent (as Fighter , uncredited), Arthur Walsh (as Boogie-Woogie Fan , uncredited), Wilson Wood (as Best Man , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: An abandoned baby is raised by three men: the Rev. Andrews, cantor Feldman, and Officer O'Donnell. When Feldman and O'Donnell each find a woman to fall in love with, they both think of getting married and settling down. And each wants to adopt Midge officially and raise her without the other "fathers". And Midge has to find some way for them to all become a family again.

La legge del nord DVD (1939)
Also known as: La loi du nord DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: French

Genre(s): Drama, Adventure

Director(s): Jacques Feyder

Cast: Michèle Morgan (as Jacqueline Bert), Pierre Richard-Willm (as Robert Shaw), Charles Vanel (as Le caporal Dalrymple), Arlette Marchal (as Mme. Shaw), Jacques Terrane (as Louis Dumontier), Max Michel (as L'avocat), Youcca Troubetzkov (as Ellis Lowton), Fabien Loris (as Daugh), Henri Guisol (as Le docteur Milo), Jean Bradin (as Patterson), Jean Wall (as L'avocat général), Georges Malkine, Robert Moor (as Parker), Robert Seller (as Le médecin-chef), Robert Ancelin, Marcelle Praince (as La présidente), Jean Brochard (as Urghard), Marthe Alycia (as Une dame au procès , uncredited), Jeanne de Carol (as Une dame au bal de charité , uncredited), Lucien Coëdel (as Le portier au bal de charité , uncredited), Marguerite de Morlaye (as Une dame au bal de charité , uncredited), Marcel Duhamel (as Un journaliste , uncredited), Édouard Francomme (as Un trappeur , uncredited), Manuel Gary (as Un monsieur au bal de charité , uncredited), Georges Marceau (as Un trappeur , uncredited), Victor Vina (as Le président du tribunal , uncredited), Jean Worms (as Un monsieur au bal de charité , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Robert Shaw slaughters his wife's lover and runs away with his secretary Jacqueline. Helped by a French trapper who takes them for film-makers, they hide in Northern Canada.

La legge della camorra DVD (1973)
Also known as: The Godfather's Advisor DVD (English title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Crime

Director(s): Demofilo Fidani

Cast: Reza Beyk Imanverdi (as Lucky De Simone), Dino Strano (as Gaetano Liguoro), Simonetta Vitelli (as Donna Carolina), Marco Guglielmi (as Don Calogero Micheli), Raffaele Di Mario (as Don Salvatore Caruso), Franco Ricci (as Angelo), Silvio Noto (as Alfonso Caruso), Jeff Cameron (as Mike Artesi), Amerigo Castrighella (as Vincenzo), Pietro Torrisi, Benito Pacifico (as Mobster), Spela Rozin, Gerardo Rossi, Simone Santo (as Mobster), Lino Coletta (as Louis), Enzo Pulcrano, Giorgio Dolfin, Stefano Oppedisano, Marco Mariani (as Doctor), Isabella Spataro, Cesarina Zara, Angelo Casadei, Renato Fratini, Mario Castaldi, Fabio Ceroni, Giulio Di Stefano, Corrado Blengini, Paolo Figlia

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Donna Carolina, rimasta vedova, ricorda con Don Salvatore la sua gioventù in America e in particolare la storia di Lucky De Simone: di come arrivò a casa sua una sera e di come ricevette l'aiuto di suo padre Don Calogero. Lucky faceva l'esattore per l'organizzazione, ma gli piaceva lavorare da solo e questo gli procurò dei guai per cui finì in prigione. Da qua lo tirò fuori Don Calogero. Ma i guai per Lucky non erano finiti.

La legge della foresta DVD (1937)
Also known as: God's Country and the Woman DVD (original title)

Country: USA

Spoken Languages: English, French

Genre(s): Drama, Romance

Director(s): William Keighley

Cast: George Brent (as Steve Russett), Beverly Roberts (as Jo Barton), Barton MacLane (as Bullhead), Robert Barrat (as Jefferson Russett), Alan Hale (as Bjorn Skalka), Joe King (as Red Munro), El Brendel (as Ole Olson), Addison Richards (as Gaskett), Roscoe Ates (as Gander Hopkins), Billy Bevan (as Plug Hat), Joseph Crehan (as Jordan), Bert Roach (as Kewpie), Victor Potel (as Turpentine), Mary Treen (as Miss Flint), Herbert Rawlinson (as Doyle), Harry Hayden (as Barnes), Pat Moriarity (as Tim O'Toole), Max Wagner (as Gus), Susan Fleming (as Grace Moran), Robert Bell (as French Messenger , uncredited), Harry Burns (as Talking Man at Boundary , uncredited), Eddy Chandler (as Logger , uncredited), George Chandler (as Flunky , uncredited), André Cheron (as Monsignor André Gagnon , uncredited), Irene Coleman (as Girl in Automobile , uncredited), Mathilde Comont (as Mary - Jo's Housekeeper , uncredited), Ben Corbett (as Lumberjack , uncredited), Hal Craig (as Motorcycle Policeman , uncredited), Don Downen (as Messenger , uncredited), Franklyn Farnum (as Lumberjack , uncredited), George Ford (as Logger , uncredited), Sol Gorss (as Logger , uncredited), Eddie Graham (as Office Worker , uncredited), Ben Hendricks Jr. (as Logger , uncredited), Winston Jay (as Logger , uncredited), Shirley Lloyd (as Secretary , uncredited), Eily Malyon (as Mrs. Higgenbottom , uncredited), Frank McCarroll (as Lumberjack , uncredited), Lyle Moraine (as Clerk , uncredited), Spec O'Donnell (as Office Worker , uncredited), Henry Otho (as Logger , uncredited), Gil Perkins (as First Man at Boundary , uncredited), Lee Phelps (as Brakeman , uncredited), Georgette Rhodes (as French Teletype Operator , uncredited), Cyril Ring (as Passerby , uncredited), Charles Sherlock (as Taxi Driver , uncredited), Robert R. Stephenson (as Lars , uncredited), Renee Torres (as Blonde Woman Going on Ship , uncredited), Minerva Urecal (as Maisie , uncredited), Sailor Vincent (as Pete - a Logger , uncredited), Francis Walker (as Lumberjack , uncredited), Harry Wilson (as Logger , uncredited), Joan Woodbury (as French Woman in Elevator , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: Jefferson Russett runs a logging company; his brother, Steve, is the prodigal son. Jeff cuts off his allowance and puts him to work, but on his first day, he is tricked into signing a contract allowing arch-rivals Barton Logging to use Russett railways. Jeff hauls Steve up to the logging camp, but he steals a plane. It runs out of gas in Barton territory, where spitfire Jo is running the camp. Naturally, this shrew must be tamed, so Steve, calling himself Steve Martin, sets out to do just that as he's trapped in the camp for two months until the next boat anyhow.

La legge della vendetta DVD (1950)
Also known as: Faddija DVD (alternative title)

Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama, Crime

Director(s): Roberto Bianchi Montero

Cast: Otello Toso (as Michele), Luisa Rossi (as Annarita), William Tubbs (as Pietro), Piero Palermini (as Saru), Olga Solbelli (as Madre di Annarita), Silvio Bagolini, Amedeo Trilli, Dedi Ristori (as Sorella di Annarita), Bianca Manenti (as Altra sorella di Annarita), Peppino Spadaro (as Parroco), Dario Dolci, Armando Guarnieri, Edmea Lollobrigida, Amalia Pellegrini

Medium: DVD R/RW

La legge è uguale per tutti DVD (1949)
Also known as: Bal Cupidon DVD (original title)

Country: France

Spoken Languages: French

Genre(s): Comedy, Crime

Director(s): Marc-Gilbert Sauvajon

Cast: Pierre Blanchar (as Flip), Yves Vincent (as Morezzi), Marcelle Praince (as Mme Chanut), Suzanne Dantès (as Mme Delacroix), Henri Crémieux (as Cresat), Simone Renant (as Isabelle), Maria Mauban (as Anne-Marie), René Blancard (as Turnier), André Bervil (as Tonio), Marion Tourès (as Christine), Germaine Michel (as Clémence), François Joux (as Gratien), Pierre Juvenet (as Le président Chanut), Albert Michel (as Le gardien), Janine Miller (as L'annonceuse), Yvonne Ménard (as La danseuse), Odette Barencey (as La cuisinière), Henry Murray (as Le commissaire), André Wasley (as Victor), Christiane Delacroix (as La bonne), Henri Niel (as Le directeur de la prison), Christian Duvaleix (as Le photographe), Julien Maffre (as Un monsieur), Harry-Max, Tania Soucault, Gil Delamare, Christian Lude, Michèle Clément

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: 'Bal Cupidon" features a well-meaning female lawyer and an arrogant smug private eye ,half Sherlock Holmes ,half Arsene Lupin,forced to investigate together ,whereas they are at odds with each other (she had him thrown into jail because he showed himself a real menace on the roads).Like it often occurs in today's thrillers,if we are to believe the screenwriters ,duty calls,and ,little by little ,they become reconciled ,and by the end of the story,you guess what happens..

La leggenda del Piave DVD (1952)
Country: Italy

Spoken Languages: Italian

Genre(s): Drama

Director(s): Riccardo Freda

Cast: Gianna Maria Canale (as Contessa Giovanna Dolfin), Carlo Giustini (as Conte Riccardo Dolfin), Renato Baldini (as Don Carlo, capellano), Edoardo Toniolo (as Ufficiale Austriaco), Enrico Viarisio (as Caporale Mainardi), Duccio Sissia (as Piccolo Mario, figlio dei conti Dolfin), Giorgio Consolini (as Soldato Cantante), Luigi De Filippo (as Giorgio, un soldato), Elena Cotta (as Gabriella), Vittorio Braschi, Giovanni Vari, Marcello Pedrini, Marina Recchia (as Contadina)

Medium: DVD R/RW

La leggenda della lepre in salmì DVD (1975)
Also known as: Legenda a nyúlpaprikásról DVD (original title)

Country: Hungary

Spoken Languages: Hungarian

Genre(s): Drama

Director(s): Barna Kabay

Cast: Wojciech Siemion (as Gazsi), Ferenc Kállai (voice of Gazsi), Judit Halász (as A grófkisasszony), Dezsö Garas (as Mezõõr), Lili Monori (as A mezõõr felesége), Ádám Szirtes (as A harangozó), Hajnal Dancsházi (as A postáskisasszony), Endre Harkányi (as A postamester), László Helyey (as Egy legény), Péter Horváth, Zoltán Lengyel (as A mezõõr fia), Kati Lázár (as A komorna), Imre Pongrácz (as A bakter), Ildikó Pádua, István Verebes (as A fényképész)

Medium: DVD R/RW

La leggenda di Gosta Berling DVD (1924)
Also known as: Gösta Berlings saga DVD (original title)

Country: Sweden

Genre(s): Drama, Romance

Director(s): Mauritz Stiller

Cast: Lars Hanson (as Gösta Berling), Sven Scholander (as Sintram), Ellen Hartman-Cederström (as Märtha Dohna), Mona Mårtenson (as Ebba Dohna), Torsten Hammarén (as Henrik Dohna), Greta Garbo (as Elizabeth Dohna), Gerda Lundequist (as Majorskan; Margaretha Samzelius), Jenny Hasselqvist (as Marianne Sinclaire), Sixten Malmerfeldt (as Melchior Sinclaire), Karin Swanström (as Gustafva Sinclaire), Oscar Byström (as Patron Julius), Hugo Rönnblad (as Beerencreutz), Knut Lambert (as Örneclou), Svend Kornbeck (as Christian Bergh), Otto Elg-Lundberg (as Samzelius), Hilda Forsslund (as Modern, mother), Svea Palm (as Flicka i kyrkan), Anna-Lisa Baude (as Märtha Dohnas kammrrjungfrau , uncredited), Erik Bergman (as Man at fest in ekeby , uncredited), A.T.H. Buch (as Ruster little drummer , uncredited), Hilda Castegren (as Woman at fest in ekeby , uncredited), Gucken Cederborg (as Woman at fest in ekeby , uncredited), Jan de Meyere (as Löwenborg , uncredited), Anton De Verdier (as Cousin Kristoffer , uncredited), Carl Deurell (as Inspekterande präst , uncredited), Lars Egge (as Man at fest in ekeby , uncredited), Bertil Ehrenmark (as Betjänt på borg / man vid fördrivningen av majorskan , uncredited), Signe Enwall (as Bit part , uncredited), Carl Ericson (as Inspekterande präst , uncredited), Georg Fernqvist (as Man at fest in ekeby , uncredited), Emil Fjellström (as Man vid branden , uncredited), Mia Gründer (as Kyrkobesökare , uncredited), Gösta Gustafson (as Inspekterande präst , uncredited), Edmund Hohndorf (as Kevenheuler , uncredited), Axel Jacobsson (as Lilliencrona , uncredited), Axel Lagerberg (as Man at fest in ekeby , uncredited), Birger Lyne (as Kavaljer , uncredited), Arne Palm (as Pojke i kyrkan , uncredited), Gaston Portefaix (as Major Anders Fuchs , uncredited), Sven Quick (as Man vid branden , uncredited), Edla Rothgardt (as Kyrkobesökare , uncredited), Albert Ståhl (as Uncle Eberhard , uncredited), Tom Walter (as Bit part , uncredited), Ruth Weijden (as Kvinna vid fördrivningen av majorskan , uncredited)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Subtitles: English, German, French, Spanish

Storyline: Gösta Berling is a young and attractive minister. Because he is an alcoholic and his preaches are far too daring, he is finally defrocked. He leaves the town in disgrace and arrives at countess Marta's manor. His new job there is to be a tutor to countess' beautiful stepdaughter. They eventually fall in love with each other. But they don't know that countess hired him only because she has some secret plans of her own...

La leggenda di Llareggub DVD (1972)
Also known as: Under Milk Wood DVD (original title)

Country: UK

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Drama, Comedy

Director(s): Andrew Sinclair

Cast: Richard Burton (as First Man), Elizabeth Taylor (as Rosie Probert), Peter O'Toole (as Captain Tom Cat), Glynis Johns (as Myfanwy Price), Vivien Merchant (as Mrs. Pugh), Siân Phillips (as Mrs. Ogmore-Pritchard), Victor Spinetti (as Mog Edwards), Ryan Davies (as Second Man), Angharad Rees (as Gossamer Beynon), Ray Smith (as Mr. Waldo), Michael Forrest (as Sinbad Sailor), Ann Beach (as Polly Garter), Glynn Edwards (as Mr. Cherry Owen), Bridget Turner (as Mrs. Cherry Owen), Talfryn Thomas (as Mr. Pugh), Tim Wylton (as Mr. Willy Nilly), Bronwen Williams (as Mrs. Willy Nilly), Meg Wynn Owen (as Lily Smalls), Hubert Rees (as Butcher Beynon), Aubrey Richards (as Rev. Eli Jenkins), Mark Jones (as Evans the Death), Dillwyn Owen (as Mr. Ogmore), Richard Davies (as Mr. Pritchard), David Jason (as Nogood Boyo), Davyd Harries (as Police Constable Attila Rees), David Davies (as Utah Watkins), Maudie Edwards (as Mrs. Utah Watkins), Peggy Ann Clifford (as Bessie Bighead), Dudley Jones (as Dai Bread), Jill Britton (as Mrs. Rose Cottage), Margaret Courtenay (as Waldo Wife Three), Griffith Davies (as Ocky Milkman), Janet Davies, T.H. Evans (as Old Man), Aldwyn Francis (as Villager in 'Sailors Arms'), Andree Gaydon (as Waldo Wife One), Eira Griffiths (as Waldo Wife Two), Lucy Griffiths, Paul Grist (as Tom Fred), Dafydd Havard (as Lord Cut Glass), Bryn Jones (as Drowned Sailor), Iris Jones (as Mother), Mary Jones (as Mrs. Beynon), Rhoda Lewis (as 1st Woman / Waldo Wife Four), Ruth Madoc (as Mrs. Dai Bread Two), Pamela Miles (as Waldo Wife Five), Maia Newley (as Bethan), Brian Osborne (as Fisherman), Dudley Owen (as Villager in 'Sailors Arms'), Gwyneth Owen (as Neighbor), Ifor Owen (as Villager in 'Sailors Arms'), Richard Parry (as Organ Morgan), Susan Penhaligon (as Mae Rose Cottage), Dorothea Phillips (as Mrs. Dai Bread One), Dilys Price (as Mrs. Organ Morgan), John Rainer, John Rees (as Jack Black), Olwen Rees (as Gwennie), Shane Shelton (as Drowned Sailor), Gordon Styles (as Fisherman), Rachel Thomas (as Mary Ann Sailors), Bryn William (as Drowned Sailor), Ieuan Rhys Williams (as Gomer Owen), Gladys Wykeham-Edwards (as Villager in 'Sailors Arms')

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: This is a delightful if peculiar story of a day in the life of a small, Welsh fishing village called "Llareggub" (read it backwards). We meet a host of curious characters (and ghosts) through the 'eyes' of Blind Captain cat. This is a true "Classic" of modern British writing with a wonderful, mischievous use of language.

La leggenda di Narayama DVD (1958)
Also known as: Narayama bushikô DVD (original title)

Country: Japan

Spoken Languages: Japanese

Genre(s): Drama

Director(s): Keisuke Kinoshita

Cast: Kinuyo Tanaka (as Orin), Teiji Takahashi (as Tatsuhei), Yûko Mochizuki (as Tamayan), Danko Ichikawa (as Kesakichi), Seiji Miyaguchi (as Mata-yan), Keiko Ogasawara (as Matsu-yan), Yûnosuke Itô (as Matayan's son), Eijirô Tôno (as Messenger), Ken Mitsuda (as Teruyan)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Subtitles: English

Storyline: In Kabuki style, the film tells the story of a remote mountain village where the scarcity of food leads to a voluntary but socially-enforced policy in which relatives carry 70-year-old family members up Narayama mountain to die. Granny Orin is approaching 70, content to embrace her fate. Her widowed son Tatsuhei cannot bear losing his mother, even as she arranges his marriage to a widow his age. Her grandson Kesa, who's girlfriend is pregnant, is selfishly happy to see Orin die. Around them, a family of thieves are dealt with severely, and an old man, past 70, whose son has cast him out, scrounges for food. Will Orin's loving and accepting spirit teach and ennoble her family?

Legione bianca DVD (1936)
Also known as: White Legion DVD (original title)

Country: USA,

Spoken Languages: English

Genre(s): Drama

Director(s): Karl Brown

Cast: Ian Keith (as Dr. Julian Murray), Tala Birell (as Dr. Sterne), Ferdinand Gottschalk (as Dr. Fontaine), Rollo Lloyd (as The Colonel), Nigel De Brulier (as Father Gonzales), Warner Richmond (as Burke), Don Barclay (as Miggs), 'Snub' Pollard (as Baker), Robert Warwick (as Capt. Parker), Ralph Byrd (as NCO Clerk , uncredited), Edward Peil Sr. (as Dr. Moore , uncredited), Jason Robards Sr. (as Kramer , uncredited), Robert Strange (as Planter , uncredited), Suzanne Kaaren (as Gloria Blank), Lionel Pape (as Dr. Travis), Teru Shimada (as Dr. Nogi), Nina Campana (as Maria), Ferdinand Munier (as Sen. Blank), Harry Allen (as McKenzie)

Medium: DVD R/RW

Storyline: In the early 1900s, as the Panama Canal is being built, a group of doctors try to discover a cure for yellow fever, a disease that is decimating the workers constructing the canal.

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