Archive for June, 2009

The Sources

June 7, 2009

As I embark on this project, I’ll be drawing heavily on these sources.

Movie Classics (Allan Hunter, ed.), 1995 Laser Video Disc Companion (Douglas Pratt), A History of Narrative Film (David Cook)
Movie Classics (Allan Hunter, ed.), 1995 Laser Video Disc Companion (Douglas Pratt), A History of Narrative Film (David Cook)

These are just a few of the texts I read during my college years, and as I built my laserdisc collection. Notice that they’re not primarily works of film criticism. I have a stack of film-criticism collections on my desk right now, checked out from the library, but many of them cover films from the 1980s forward, and those that dip into earlier films don’t touch on many of the titles I own on laserdisc.

It’s the critical sensibility I’m after. In reading those film-criticism collections, the critic’s voice will become more familiar, and his or her underlying approach will become more apparent.

The three titles pictured here are simply the titles I’ve returned to most often over the years. David Cook’s A History of Narrative Film was formative in my film education, although my Second Edition (a later edition is pictured, for reasons of conveniece; an image of the older edition is harder to locate, and is much less attractive) predates much of the most interesting areas of contemporary global cinema, but it’s invaluable in understanding much of the canon of great films and filmmakers.

Doug Pratt’s passion for laserdiscs made his Laserdisc Newsletter a monthly treat, always devoured within hours of receiving it. His Laser Video Disc Companion compiles most of his published reviews to that time, although some are abbreviated from the original versions that appeared in the newsletter. Again, I’ve pictured the wrong edition. I have the 1995 companion, but could not find the cover image online. (We’ve just purchased a digital camera, but I haven’t used it yet and therefore couldn’t post my own photo of the cover image.)

The suspect entry here is Movie Classics, from the Chambers Encyclopedic Guides. I picked this up in the PBS store at Tyson’s Corner Mall many years ago, almost an afterthought. But its collection of one-page entries covering several important films proved worthy of frequent reference. The editor, Allan Hunter, is not a familiar name to me, but his introduction to this volume sums up its appeal: “The aim of this book is to provide an easy reference for those seeking a sense of the landmarks of world cinema and an instant aide-memoire for all those who have looked back in languor on the memory of a film that moved, informed, delighted or entertained them.”

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The Laserdisc Project Post #2: The List

June 2, 2009

Titles for the Laserdisc Project will be culled from the following collection. (The list is scanned in from a print document. Please excuse any typos and extraneous details.)

I’ve placed the titles in bold. For reasons I can no longer comprehend, the Chaplin titles and Looney Tunes collections come at the end of the list.  I’ve added a space between the titles beginning with a new letter. So all of the “A” titles are grouped together, then all the “B”, etc.

It’s surprising to see just how many movies I’ve accumulated over the years — and the growth of this collection halted years ago!

Without further ado:

CHRISTIAN’S LASERDISC COLLECTION

 

The Adventures of Baron Munchausen

1989, 126 minutes, PG Director: Terry Gilliam Starring: John Neville, Oliver Reed

Aladdin

1992, 90 minutes, G

Animated

Director: Ron Clements, John Musker

Starring (voice): Robin Williams

Amadeus

1984, 158 minutes, PG Director: Milos Forman Starring: F. Murray Abraham, Tom Hulce

Amarcord

1974, 127 minutes

Italian

Director: Federico Fellini

American Graffiti

1973, 112 minutes, PG Director: George Lucas Starring: Richard Dreyfuss, Ronny Howard

Amistad

1997, 155 minutes, R

Director: Steven Spielberg

Starring: Morgan Freeman, Anthony Hopkins

Andrei Roublev

1966, 185 minutes,

Russian

Director: Andrei Tarkovsky

Apocalypse Now

1979, 155 minutes, R

Director: Francis Coppola

Starring: Marion Brando, Robert Duvall, Martin Sheen

The Apostle

1997, 134 minutes, PG-13

Director: Robert Duvall

Starring: Robert Duvall, Farrah Fawcett

Avalon

1990, 126 minutes, PG

Director: Barry Levinson

Starring: Aidan Quinn, Joan Plowright

 

Baraka

1992, 96 minutes, Director: Ron Fricke

Barton Fink

1991. 117 minutes, R

Director: Joel Coen

Starring: John Goodman, John Turturro

Batman Returns

1992. 126 minutes, PG-13

Director: Tim Burton

Starring: Michael Keaton, Michelle Pfeiffer

Beauty and the Beast

1946, 92 minutes

French

Director: Jean Cocteau

The Birds

1963, 119 minutes Director: Alfred Hitchcock Starring: Tippi Hedren, Rod Taylor

Black Narcissus

1947, 101 minutes

Director: Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger

Starring: Deborah Kerr, Sabu, Jean Simmons

Blade Runner

1982, 117 minutes, R Director: Ridley Scott Starring: Harrison Ford, Scan Young

Blood Simple

1985, 96 minutes, R

Director: Joel Coen

Starring: John Getz, Frances McDormond

Blow Out

1981, 108 minutes, R

Director: Brian DePalma

Starring: John Travolta, Nancy Alien

Brigadoon

1954, 108 minutes Director: Vincente Minnelli Starring: Gene Kelly

 The Bridge on the River Kwai

1957, 167 minutes, PG

Director: David Lean

Starring: William Holden, Alec Guinness

Brother’s Keeper

1992, 105 minutes Documentaiy

Buffalo Bill and the Indians or Sitting Bull’s History Lesson

1976, 123 minutes, PG

Director: Robert Altman

Starring: Burt Lancaster, Paul Newman

 

Carlito’s Way

1993, 145 minutes, R Director: Brian De Palma Starring: Al Pacino, Sean Penn

Casualties of War

1989, 120 minutes, R Director: Brian De Palma Starring: Michael J. Fox, Sean Penn

Cinema Paradiso

1988, 123 minutes, PG

Italian

Director: Giuseppe Tornatore

Citizen Kane

1941, 119 minutes

Director: Orson Welles

Starring: Joseph Cotton, Orson Welles

Cold Comfort Farm

1995, 105 minutes, PG

Director: John Schlesinger

Starring: Kate Beckinsale, Rufus Sewell

Cries and Whispers

1972, 91 minutes

Swedish

Director: Ingmar Bergman

Crimes and Misdemeanors

1989, 107 minutes, PG-13

Director: Woody Alien

Starring: Woody Alien, Mia Farrow

The Crucible

1996, 123 minutes, PG-13 Director: Nicholas Hytner Starring: Daniel Day-Lewis, Winona Ryder

 

Days of Heaven

1978, 95 minutes, PG

Director: Terrence Malick

Starring: Brooke Adams, Richard Gere

The Day the Earth Stood Still

1951, 92 minutes

Director: Robert Wise

Starring: Patricia Neal, Michael Rennie

Dazed and Confused

1993, 103 minutes, R

Director: Richard Linklater

Starring: Jason Landon, Wiley Wiggins

Dead Man Walking

1995, 122 minutes, R Director: Tim Robbins Starring: Sean Penn, Susan Sarandon

Dead Presidents

1995, 119 minutes, R Director: The Hughes Brothers Starring: David Keith, Larenz Tate

Denise Calls Up

1995, 80 minutes, PG-13

Director: Hal Salwen

Starring: Tim Daly, Live Schreiber

Dick Tracy

1990, 105 minutes, PG Director: Warren Beatty Starring: Warren Beatty, Madonna

Do the Right Thing

1989, 120 minutes, R

Director: Spike Lee

Starring: Danny Aiello, Ossie Davis, Spike Lee

Dressed to Kill

1980, 105 minutes, R

Director: Brian De Palma

Starring: Michael Caine, Angie Dickinson

Dr. Strangelove or How I learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb

1964, 93 minutes

Director: Stanley Kubrick

Starring: Peter Sellers, George C. Scott

Drums Along the Mohawk

1939, 104 minutes, NR

Director: John Ford

Starring: Claudette Colbert, Henry Fonda

 

The Earrings of Madame de…

1953, 105 minutes French-Italian Director: Max Ophuls

Easter Parade

1948, 103 minutes

Director: Charles Walters

Starring: Fred Astaire, Judy Garland

Empire of the Sun

1987, 153 minutes, PG

Director: Steven Spielberg

Starring: Christian Bale, John Malkovich

Escape From New York

1981, 99 minutes, R Director: John Carpenter Starring: Kurt Russell

Everyone Says I Love You

1996, 101 minutes, R Director: Woody Alien Starring: Woody Alien, Julia Roberts

 

Face/Off

1997, 140 minutes, R

Director: John Woo

Starring: Nicholas Cage, John Travolta

Fairy Tale: A True Story

1997, 99 minutes, PG

Director: Charles Sturridge

Starring: Elizabeth Earl, Florence Hoath

Falling Down

1992, 113 minutes, R

Director: Joel Schumacher

Starring: Michael Douglas, Robert Duvall

Fearless

1993, 122 minutes, R Director: Peter Weir Starring: Jeff Bridges

The Fisher King

1991, 137 minutes, R

Director: Terry Gilliam

Starring: Jeff Bridges, Robin Williams

A Fistful of Dynamite

1971, 154 minutes, R

Italian

Director: Sergio Leone

Starring: James Colburn, Rod Steiger

 Fly Away Home

1996, 107 minutes, PG

Director: Carroll Ballard

Starring: Jeff Daniels, Anna Paquin

Fool for Love

1985, 107 minutes, R

Director: Robert Altman

Starring: Kim Basinger, Sam Shepard

The Freshman

1990, 102 minutes, PG-13 Director: Andrew Bergman Starring: Marion Brando, Mathew Broderick

 

The Game

1997, 128 minutes, R

Director: David Fincher

Starring: Michael Douglas, Sean Penn

Geronimo: An American Legend

1993, 115 minutes, R

Director: Walter Hill

Starring: Robert Duvall, Gene Hackman, Jason Patrick

Get on the Bus

1996, 121 minutes, R

Director: Spike Lee

Starring: Ossie Davis, Charles S. Dutton

Gigi

1958, 117 minutes, G

Director: Vincente Minnelli

Starring: Leslie Caron, Maurice Chevalier

Glengarry Glen Ross

1992, 100 minutes, R Director: James Foley Starring: Jack Lemmon, Al Pacino

Glory

1991, 122 minutes, R

Director: Edward Zwick

Starring: Mathew Broderick, Denzel Washington

The Golden Age of Television

Days of Wine & Roses, 1958, 78 minutes Marty, 1953, 50 minutes No Time for Sergeants, 1955, 50 minutes Requiem for a Heavyweight, 1956, 73 minutes

 The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

1966, 161 minutes, R Italian-Spanish Director: Sergio Leone Starring: Glint Eastwood

Goodfellas

1990, 146 minutes, R

Director: Martin Scorsese

Starring: Robert De Niro, Ray Liotta

The Gospel According to Saint Mathew

1966, 135 minutes

Italian-French

Director: Pier Paolo Pasolini

The Graduate

1969, 105 minutes, R Director: Mike Nichols Starring: Dustin Hoffman

Grand Canyon

1991, 134 minutes, R Director: Lawrence Kasdan Starring: Danny Glover, Kevin Kline

The Grapes of Wrath

1940, 129 minutes Director: John Ford Starring: Heniy Fonda

The Gunfighter

1950, 84 minutes Director: Henry King Starring: Gregory Peck

 

Hard-Boiled

1992, 126 minutes Hong Kong Director: John Woo Starring: Chow Yun Fat

The Hidden

1987, 96 minutes, R Director: Jack Sholder Starring: Michael Nouri

High Noon

1952, 111 minutes Director: Fred Zinnemann Starring: Gary Cooper, Grace Kelly

 The Hudsucker Proxy

1994, 111 minutes, PG

Director: Joel Coen

Starring: Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tim Robbins

 

I Know Where I’m Going

1945, 91 minutes

Director: Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger

Starring: Wendy Hiller

It’s Always Fair Weather

1950, 102 minutes

Director: Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen

Starring: Cyd Charisse, Gene Kelly

It’s a Wonderful Life

1946, 129 minutes

Director: Frank Capra

Starring: Donna Reed, James Stewart

 

Jaws

1975, 124 minutes, PG Director: Steven Spielberg Starring: Roy Scheider

The Jungle Book

1967, 78 minutes, G

Animated

Director: Wolfgang Reitleman

 

Kansas City

1966, 115 minutes, R

Director: Robert Altman

Starring: Jennifer Jason Leigh, Miranda Richardson

The Killer

1989, 110 minutes Hong Kong Director: John Woo Starring: Chow Yun Fat

King Kong

1933, 103 minutes Director: Merian C. Cooper Starring: Fay Wray

King of the Hill

1993, 103 minutes, PG-13

Director: Steven Soderbergh

Starring: Jesse Bradford, Jeroen Krabbe

 

Lady and the Tramp

1955, 75 minutes, G

Animated

Director: Hamilton Luske

Starring (voice): Peggy Lee

Lawrence of Arabia

1962, 216 minutes

Director: David Lean

Starring: Alec Guinness, Peter O’Toole

The Leopard Son

1996, 84 minutes

Documentary

Director: Hugo Van Lowick

The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp

1943, 163 minutes

Director: Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger

Starring: Deborah Kerr, Roger Livesey

The Lion King

1994, 58 minutes, G

Animated

Director: Roger Allers

Starring (voices): Mathew Broderick, James Earl Jones

Little Voice

1998, 96 minutes, R

Director: Mark Herman

Starring: Michael Caine, Jane Horrocks

Little Women

1996, 118 minutes, PG

Director: Gillian Armstrong

Starring: Winona Ryder, Susan Sarandon

 

The Magician

1958, 102 minutes

Swedish

Director: Ingmar Bergman

Starring: Max von Sydow

Malcolm X

1992, 201 minutes, R

Director: Spike Lee

Starring: Angela Bassett, Denzel Washington

McCabe & Mrs. Miller

1971, 112 minutes, R

Director: Robert Altman

Starring: Warren Beatty, Julie Christie

 Meet Me in St. Louis

1944, 113 minutes Director: Vincente Minnelli Starring: Judy Garland

Menace II Society

1993, 97 minutes, R Director: Hughes Brothers Starring: Larenz Tate, Tyrin Turner

Miller’s Crossing

1990, 115 minutes, R

Director: Joel Coen

Starring: Gabriel Byme, Albert Finney

Million Dollar Mermaid

1952, 115 minutes

Director: Mervyn LeRoy

Starring: Victor Mature, Esther Williams

Mission: Impossible

1996, 110 minutes, PG-13 Director: Brian De Palma Starring: Tom Cruise, John Voight

Mr. Smith Goes To Washington

1939, 129 minutes

Director: Frank Capra

Starring: Jean Arthur, James Stewart

 

Nixon

1995, 191 minutes, R Director: Oliver Stone Starring: Anthony Hopkins

Nostalghia

1983, 126 minutes

Italian-Russian

Director: Andrei Tarkovsky

Notorious

1946, 101 minutes Director: Alfred Hitchcock Starring: Gary Grant, Ingrid Bergman

 

Of Mice and Men

1992, 110 minutes, PG-13

Director: Gary Sinise

Starring: John Malkovich, Gaiy Sinise

Once Were Warriors

1994, 103 minutes, R Director: Lee Tamahori Starring: Rena Owen

On the Town

1949, 98 minutes

Director: Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen

Starring: Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra

On the Waterfront

1954, 108 minutes

Director: Elia Kazan

Starring: Marion Brando, Karl Maiden

 

Pinocchio

1940, 88 minutes, G

Animated

Director: Ben Sharpsteen

Starring (voice): Dickie Jones

The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes

1970, 125 minutes, PG Director: Billy Wilder Starring: Robert Stephens

Psycho

1960, 109 minutes

Director: Alfred Hitchcock

Starring: Janet Leigh, Anthony Perkins

 

Quiet Riot: Bang Thy Head

1986, 26 minutes

Quiz Show

1994, 130 minutes, PG-13

Director: Robert Redford

Starring: Ralph Fiennes, Rob Morrow

 

Raging Bull

1980. 128 minutes, R

Director: Martin Scorsese

Starring: Robert De Niro, Cathy Moriarty

Raiders of the Lost Ark

1981. 115 minutes, PG Director: Steven Spielberg Starring: Karen Alien, Harrison Ford

Raising Arizona

1987, 92 minutes, PG-13

Director: Joel Coen

Starring: Nicholas Cage, Holly Hunter

Raising Cain

1992, 95 minutes, R

Director: Brian De Palma

Starring: Lolita Davidovich, John Lithgow

 Re-Animator

1985, 86 minutes, R

Director: Stuart Gordon

Starring: Bruce Abbott, Jeffrey Combs

Rear Window

1954, 112 minutes Director: Alfred Hitchcock Starring: Grace Kelly, James Stewart

The Red Shoes

1948, 133 minutes

Director: Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger

Starring: Marius Goring, Anton Walbrook

Ride the High Country

1962, 94 minutes

Director: Sam Peckinpah

Starring: Joel McCrea, Randolph Scott

 

The Sacrifice

1986, 145 minutes

Swedish-French

Director: Andrei Tarkovsky

Scream

1996, 110 minutes, R Director: Wes Craven Starring: Drew Barrymore, Neve Campbell

The Searchers

1986, 119 minutes

Director: John Ford

Starring: Jeffrey Hunter, John Wayne

Seconds

1966, 106 minutes

Director: John Frankenheimer

Starring: Rock Hudson

Secret Honor

1984, 90 minutes Director: Robert Altman Starring: Philip Baker Hall

Seven Samurai

1954, 203 minutes

Japanese

Director: Akira Kurosawa

The Seventh Seal

1957, 96 minutes

Swedish

Director: Ingmar Bergman

 Shadow of a Doubt

1954, 203 minutes

Director: Alfred Hitchcock

Starring: Joseph Cotton, Teresa Wright

She’s So Lovely

1997, 97 minutes, R

Director: Nick Cassavetes

Starring: Scan Penn, Robin Wright Penn

Short Cuts

1993, 189 minutes, R

Director: Robert Altman

Starring: Bruce Davison, Andie MacDowell

Show Boat

1929, 118 minutes

Director: Harry Pollard

Starring: Laura La Plante, Joseph Schildkraut

Show Boat

1936, 113 minutes Director: James Whale Starring: Irene Dunne

Show Boat

1951. 107 minutes

Director: George Sidney

Starring: Kathryn Grayson, Howard Keel

Singin’ in the Rain

1952. 102 minutes

Director: Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen

Starring: Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds

Sling Blade

1996, 134 minutes, R

Director: Billy Bob Thornton, Dwight Yoakam

Starring: Billie Bob Thornton

Smiles of a Summer Night

1955, 55 minutes

Swedish

Director: Ingmar Bergman

Smoke

1995, 112 minutes, R Director: Wayne Wong Starring: William Hurt, Harvey Keitel

Sonatine

1994, 94 minutes, R

Japanese

Director: Takeshi Kitano

 Spitfire Grill

1996, 116 minutes, PG-13 Director: Lee David Zlotoff Starring: Ellen Burstyn, Alison Elliott

Star!

1968, 176 minutes

Director: Robert Wise

Starring: Julie Andrews, Richard Crenna

Strangers on a Train

1951, 101 minutes

Director: Alfred Hitchcock

Starring: Faiiey Granger, Robert Walker

Streets of Fire

1984, 93 minutes, PG

Director: Walter Hill

Starring: Diane Lane, Michael Pare

Substance of Fire

1996. 101 minutes, R

Director: Daniel Sullivan

Starring: Timothy Hutton, Ron Rifkin

The Sweet Hereafter

1997. 110 minutes, R Director: Atom Egoyam Starring: lan Holm, Sarah Policy

 

The Tales of Hoffman

1951,118 minutes

Director: Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger

Starring: Moria Shearer

The Tender Trap

1955, 111 minutes

Director: Charles Walters

Starring: Frank Sinatra, Debbie Reynolds

They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?

1969, 121 minutes, PG

Director: Sydney Pollack

Starring: Jane Fonda, Michael Sarrazin

The Thief of Bagdad

1940, 106 minutes Director: Ludwig Berger Starring: Sabu, Conrad Veidt

Thieves Like Us

1974, 123 minutes, R

Director: Robert Altman

Starring: Keith Carradine, Shelley Duvall

The Thing

1982, 108 minutes, R Director: John Carpenter Starring: Kurt Russell

The Third Man

1946, 104 minutes

Director: Carol Reed

Starring: Joseph Cotton, Orson Welles

This is Spinal Tap

1984, 82 minutes, R Director: Rob Reiner Starring: Christopher Guest, Michael McKean

Toy Story

1995. 81 minutes, G

Animated

Director: John Lasseter

Starring (voices): Tim Alien, Tom Hanks

Trainspotting

1996. 94 minutes, R Director: Danny Boyle Starring: Ewan McGregor

The Trial

1962, 118 minutes

Director: Orson Welles

Starring: Anthony Perkins, Orson Wells

 

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

1966, 91 minutes

French

Director: Jacque Demy

The Underneath

1994, 99 minutes, R

Director: Steven Soderbergh

Starring: Alison Elliott, Peter Gallagher

The Untouchables

1987, 119 minutes, R

Director: Brian De Palma

Starring: Scan Connery, Kevin Costner

 

Vampyr

1932, 73 minutes

French-German

Director: Carl Theodore Dreyer

Vanya on 42nd Street

1996, 120 minutes, PG

Director: Louis Malle

Starring: Julianne Moore, Shawn Wallace

Variety Lights

1950, 93 minutes

Italian

Director: Federico Fellini

Vertigo

1958, 128 minutes Director: Alfred Hitchcock Starring: Kim Novak, James Stewart

The Virgin Spring

1960, 88 minutes

Swedish

Director: Ingmar Bergman

Starring: Max von Sydow

Visions of Light

1993, 90 minutes

Director: Arnold Glassman, Todd McCarthy, Stuart Samuels

 

West Side Story

1961, 151 minutes

Director: Jerome Robbins, Robert Wise

Starring: Natalie Wood

When We Were Kings

1996, 92 minutes, PG

Director: Leon Cast

Starring: Muhammad Ali, George Foreman

Who Framed Roger Rabbit?

1988, 103 minutes, PG

Director: Robert Zemeckis

Starring: Bob Hoskins, Christopher Lloyd

Wild Bill

1995, 97 minutes, R Director: Walter Hill Starring: Ellen Barkin, Jeff Bridges

The Wild Bunch

1969, 145 minutes, R

Director: Sam Peckinpah

Starring: William Holden, Ernest Borgnine

Wild Strawberries

1957, 90 minutes

Swedish

Director: Ingmar Bergman

The Wizard of Oz

1939, 101 minutes Director: Victor Fleming Starring: Judy Garland

 Wolf

1994, 122 minutes, R

Director: Mike Nichols

Starring: Jack Nicholson, Michelle Pfieffer

The Women

1939, 132 minutes

Director: George Cukor

Starring: Joan Crawford, Norma Shearer

 

You Can’t Take It With You

1938. 127 minutes

Director: Frank Capra

Starring: Jean Arthur, James Stewart

Young Mr. Lincoln

1939. 100 minutes Director: John Ford Starring: Heniy Fonda

 

Zentropa

1992, 114 minutes Danish-Swedish-French-German Director: Lars von Trier

 

Charlie Chaplin Films The Chaplin Mutuals

25 minutes each

Silent

The Adventurer, Behind the Screen, The Count, The Cure, Easy Street, The Fireman, The Floonvalker, The Immigrant, One A.M., The Pawn Shop, The Rink, The Vagabond

The Circus

1928, 72 minutes Starring: Charlie Chaplin

City Lights

1931, 87 minutes Starring: Charlie Chaplin

A First National Collection: Charlie Chaplin Set

Shoulder Arms, 1918, 45 minutes

Sunnyside, 1919, 34 minutes

A Day’s Pleasure, 1919, 21 minutes

Pay Day, 1922, 26 minutes

The Idle Class, 1921, 25 minutes

The Pilgrim, 1923, 97 minutes

The Gold Rush

1925, 82 minutes Starring: Charlie Chaplin

The Great Dictator

1940 125 minutes Starring: Charlie Chaplin

The Kid

1918, 35 minutes Starring: Charlie Chaplin

A King in New York

1957, 109 minutes Starring: Charlie Chaplin

Limelight

1952, 141 minutes Starring: Charlie Chaplin

Modern Times

1936, 103 minutes Starring: Charlie Chaplin

A Woman of Years

1923, 91 minutes Starring: Charlie Chaplin

 

Looney Tunes Guffaw & Order: Looney Tunes Fight Crime

99 minutes

Looney Tunes Curtain Calls

92 minutes

Looney Tunes Wince Upon a Time

101 minutes