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The Crimson Pirate

Directed by Robert Siodmak

The most successful of Lancaster’s many action-packed swashbucklers made for his Hecht-Hill-Lancaster production company, THE CRIMSON PIRATE features Lancaster as

Forbidden Planet

Directed by Fred M. Wilcox

A major landmark in the evolution of cinematic science fiction, Forbidden Planet is credited with a number of pioneering achievements:

Henry V

Directed by Laurence Olivier

Tasked by Winston Churchill to create a rousing piece of morale-boosting, pro-British entertainment during the twilight years of World War

An American Tail

Directed by Don Bluth

After leaving behind his role at Disney as the animation director on such films as The Rescuers and Pete's Dragon,

Stand by Me

Directed by Rob Reiner

“You guys wanna go see a dead body?” Based on a short story by Stephen King (“The Body”) and filmed

Black Jack

Directed by Ken Loach

Adapted from Leon Garfield’s novel of the same name, this whimsical yet terrifying children’s adventure strays from Loach’s usual realist

Neko Samurai

Directed by Takeshi Watanabe, Yoshitaka Yamaguchi

Starring acclaimed actor Kazuki Kitamura as Kyutaro Madarame, a masterless Samurai, the madcap Neko Samurai wonders aloud: “what if we

Il Sorpasso

Directed by Dino Risi

Classically mismatched co-stars Vittorio Gassman and Jean-Louis Trintignant embark on a wildly reckless ride in an iconic Lancia Aurelia convertible

Big in Japan

Directed by John Jeffcoat

“Real-life Seattle rockers Phillip A. Peterson, David Drury, and Sean Lowry, known collectively as Tennis Pro, play reasonable facsimiles of

Pee Wee’s Big Adventure

Directed by Tim Burton

What would you do for the love of your bicycle? Pee-Wee’s charmed life, filled with wonder and delight, comes crashing

North by Northwest

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

Roger O. Thornhill (Cary Grant), trying to prove he’s not who they think he is, encounters people who are not

Jurassic Park

Directed by Steven Spielberg

What could go wrong with breeding extinct predators and opening an amusement park where children can come see them...?