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The Private Life Of Sherlock Holmes
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From the collaborative genius of writer/director Billy Wilder comes this highly entertaining mystery that unfolds from Dr. Watson's (Colin Blakely) diary involving the great Sherlock Holmes (Robert Stephens).
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La Cage Aux Folles
One of the most successful comedies of all time, this Best Foreign Film Award winner inspired "The Birdcage" and stars Michel Serrault and Ugo Tognazzi as two partners torn between cross-dressing and chaos!
A black comedy in which a meek butcher wrongly believes he has killed his partner after discovering him frozen to death in the freezer.
The Russians Are Coming the Russians Are Coming
1966 Comedy, War
Alan Arkin and Jonathan Winters lead an all-star cast (Carl Reiner, Eva Marie Saint, Brian Keith, Theodore Bikel) in this outrageous comedy about a Russian submarine that runs aground off the New England coast.
1921 comedy, silent
The Tramp cares for an abandoned child, but events put that relationship in jeopardy.
1964 comedy, mystery, romance
Romance and suspense in Paris, as a woman is pursued by several men who want a fortune her murdered husband had stolen. Who can she trust?
The Long Goodbye
Under the inimitable direction of Robert Altman, Elliot Gould stars as the laid-back, legendary private eye Philip Marlowe investigating a mysterious murder. Also stars Sterling Hayden and Nina Van Pallandt.
Woody Allen's humor is at his wild and bizarre best in this story of a "weird-gadget" tester who, after being jilted by his girlfriend (Louise Lasser), ends up as president of a tiny country where absurdity reigns.
1955 Drama, Romance
Ernest Borgnine won a Best Actor Oscar for his role as a Bronx butcher who gives up on love -- until he meets an equally lonely school teacher in this charming story that garnered a total of four Oscars including Best Picture.
On the eve of WWII, a young American reporter tries to expose enemy agents in London.
The Last Waltz
1978 Documentary, Music
On Thanksgiving Day, 1976, The Band gave its farewell concert at Winterland in San Francisco. On hand to help say goodbye to this influential rock group were some of the most acclaimed musicians of the late 1960s and '70s. This film is not only a vibrant documentary of that historic evening, but also a commentary on the rock world at the time. Most of the picture is concert footage of The Band and their guest performers -- highlighted by interviews with members of the group, who eloquently articulate their personal involvement in the history of rock and roll.
George Segal and Ruth Gordon give the funniest performances of their careers with Trish Van Devere and Rob Reiner in this black comedy about a man attempting to romance his cantankerous mother's nurse.
Alias Jesse James
An incompetent insurance salesman sells a policy to Jesse James and has to protect his client until he can get it back.
Is college worth the cost? Ivory Tower explores the current education crisis from the halls of Harvard, to community colleges, to online learning, providing an astonishing look at the American university landscape.
Witness For The Prosecution
Tyrone Power, Marlene Dietrich and Charles Laughton star in this exceptional courtroom drama about a young man on trial for a wealthy widow's murder after he suspiciously profits from her will.
The "Pink Panther" team, Blake Edwards and comedy genius Peter Sellers, skewer Hollywood snobbery in this on-target, behind-the-scenes lampoon of Tinseltown.
1963 action, drama, western
George Washington McLintock may be a cattle baron and the richest man in the territory, but his daughter and ex-wife keep him grounded with trouble.
And Then There Were None
Based on a novel and subsequent stage play by Agatha Christie; ten people are invited to an isolated island, only to be killed one-by-one. Could one of them be the killer?
A Best Actor Oscar went to Burt Lancaster for his outstanding performance as a con-man-turned-preacher in this provocative indictment of religious corruption. Co-stars Jean Simmons and Shirley Jones.