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erich von stroheim, "foolish wives" (1921) [title charts in italian]

This film is in the public domain. The copyright notice in the opening credits refers to a musical background track which has been removed. This is the original, unedited, full-length version which predates "Metropolis" by three years. FROM IMDB: This is called the first Soviet science fiction film because of its "futuristic" sets on Mars, although most of it takes place in Moscow. The movie is set at the beginning of the NEP (New Economic Policy) in December, 1921.

After borrowing $20 from his employer's cash register, an auto mechanic is plunged into a series of increasingly disastrous circumstances which rapidly spiral out of his control. -IMDB

In this classic horror film, strangers hold up in a rural Pennsylvania farmhouse and battle constant attacks from dead locals who have been brought back to life by mysterious radiation. 720p version.

Boris Karloff stars Dr Bernard Adrian, who dons an ape skin and begins murdering people so that he can steal their spinal fluids. You can find out more about The Ape at A Passion for Horror.

Terry Arden (Evelyn Dall) arrives in London to re-establish an ailing escort agency partly owned by Arthur Bowden (Arthur Askey). PD In UK At GATT Date. Not Eligible For GATT Mystic Nights Videos

Good-natured troublemaker "Cyclone" Tom Saunders (Tom Tyler) is hired by a ranchers' association manager to investigate recent cattle rustling at one of their ranches and to see if a pair of nesters have anything to do with it. After discovering the nesters, pretty Betty Powell (Jean Carmen) and her rickety old father (Earl Dwire), are incapable of rustling, Tom instead turns his attention to the huge, swaggering bully of a foreman, Nate Lenox (Richard Alexander).

Susan Cabot stars as Janice Starlin, the owner a large cosmetics company. Worried about her failing looks, Janice allows herself to be injected with an experimental serum, that may turn back her biological clock. The serum works, but has some nasty side effects. You can find out more about The Wasp Woman at A Passion For Horror.

A 1913 drama about marriage and infidelity directed by D W Griffith.

RAGGEDY ROSE Hal Roach-Pathe 3 reels, rel. Nov. 7, 1926 dir. Richard Wallace in collaboration with Stan Laurel, Photography by Floyd Jackman and Jack Roach, Edited by Richard Currier, Titles by H. M. Walker cast: Mabel Normand, Carl Miller, Max Davidson, James Finlayson, Anita Garvin, Laura Lavarnie Location: Roach studio, Los Angeles copyright: Oct. 26, 1926

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