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Returning to the historic era of his greatest success, D.W. Griffith pays homage to the sixteenth President in this drama starring Walter Huston
The true story of Carlson's Raiders and their World War II attack on Makin Island.
Cree filmmaker Neil Diamond explores Hollywood's portrayal of Native Americans in a century of cinema.
The Last Days Of Frank And Jesse James
TV Western starring Johnny Cash. Follows the latter years of the infamous bank-robbing brothers Frank and Jesse James, as they attempt to put their criminal pasts behind them. Can they go straight after fifteen years?
Dick Tracy Detective
Dick is faced with a series of brutal murders in which the victims, all from different social and economic backgrounds, are viciously slashed to pieces.
With fascinating detail, Stanley Kubrick lays bare the intricate inner-planning of a racetrack heist by a deadly mastermind (Sterling Hayden) and his crew. Co-stars Coleen Gray.
Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon
Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson must protect a Swiss inventor of an advanced bomb sight from falling into German hands.
On the eve of WWII, a young American reporter tries to expose enemy agents in London.
The Strange Love of Martha Ivers
A ruthless, domineering woman is married to an alcoholic D.A., her childhood companion who is the only living witness to her murder of her rich aunt seventeen years earlier.
Life with Father
A financier from New York rules his numerous family, consisting of his wife and his four sons, with the meticulousity of a bookkeeper.
Dick Tracy meets Gruesome
Dick Tracy goes up against a villain who robs banks using a nerve gas.
Sherlock Holmes-Dressed to Kill
Sherlock Holmes sets out to discover why a trio of murderous villains are desperate to obtain three unassuming and inexpensive little music boxes.
Gulliver washes ashore on Lilliput and attempts to prevent war between that tiny kingdom and its equally-miniscule rival.
Plastic: The Real Sea Monster
Plastic floats. This is where our story begins. Millions of tons enter the ocean every year, pouring out from rivers and shores, ships and platforms. The worlds scientists have studied the phenomenon and come to alarming results. Plastic contains synthetic hormones that are released when plastic breaks down into tiny particles through wind, waves and exposure to the sun. Once in seawater, plastic absorbs toxic substances known as POPs, or persistent organic pollutants. This process allows toxins to accumulate in a density a million times higher than normal. What happens when fish and seabirds mistake the plastic for food? Scientists have found evidence that these toxins are entering the food chain, and ultimately winding up in our bodies. Worse still, plastic doesnt biodegrade. Instead, it becomes trapped in massive maelstroms of garbage. Scientists have identified five of these so-called gyres. A few of them are larger than Spain and Portugal combined. The worlds biggest dumps are at sea. This is what we kno