1852 films and counting...


Snapshot from The Big Chance

The Big Chance, 2020


He wanted to fight. They wanted him to take a dive. Originally 1933. Colorized by SIXTEENmm.


Snapshot from Top Hat

Top Hat, 2019


A young man falls for a model, who mistakes him for her producer.


Snapshot from Italian Spiderman

Italian Spiderman, 2007


A substance with cloning properties falls into the wrongs hands. Violence is necessary to get it back!


Snapshot from Go to Hell!

Go to Hell!, 1997


Little Red attempts to disrupts his father's plans.


Snapshot from Hate

Hate, 1995


Steve Loter's attempt to bring the comic to the viewing world.


Snapshot from Hey Vern, It's Ernest!

Hey Vern, It's Ernest!, 1988


A story, and a moral, filled with whacky characters.


Snapshot from The Worst Witch

The Worst Witch, 1986


A young student at a prestigious witching academy doesn't seem to be able to do anything right.


Snapshot from Just Married

Just Married, 1985


A young couple faces their daily lives.


Snapshot from The Muppets Go to the Movies

The Muppets Go to the Movies, 1981


The Muppets spoof various classic movies.


Snapshot from B.C. | A Special Christmas

B.C. | A Special Christmas, 1981


Two cavemen create the myth of Santa to rip off the others.


Snapshot from Have Badge, Will Chase

Have Badge, Will Chase, 1977


Abbott and Costello have a little run in.


Snapshot from Murder by Death

Murder by Death, 1976


Five famous detectives are invited to a strange house to solve a crime that hasn't been comitted... Yet.


Snapshot from The Great Santa Claus Switch

The Great Santa Claus Switch, 1970


Cosmo Scam hatches a plan to replace Santa in this Muppet special.


Snapshot from Eegah

Eegah, 1962


Teenagers stumble across a prehistoric man.


Snapshot from Rosie

Rosie, 1960


Unsold pilot for a sitcom featuring a talking dog and his boy.


Snapshot from Jack and the Beanstalk

Jack and the Beanstalk, 1952


Abott & Costello star in this take on the famous children's tale.


Snapshot from Utopia

Utopia, 1951


The last Laurel and Hardy.


Snapshot from Mr Adam's Bomb

Mr Adam's Bomb, 1949


A family suspect their eccentric Uncle of trying to construct a bomb in this somewhat rare film, starring an all-black cast.


Snapshot from My Dear Secretary

My Dear Secretary, 1948


A romance novelist hires a new secretary.


Snapshot from So This Is New York

So This Is New York, 1948


A small town man inherits a fortune and moves his family to the city.


Snapshot from It's a Joke, Son!

It's a Joke, Son!, 1947


A financially troubled senator is forced into a political race with his wife.


Snapshot from Midget Car Maniacs

Midget Car Maniacs, 1947


Abbott and Costello have fun with small cars.


Snapshot from Heckle & Jeckle

Heckle & Jeckle, 1946


A magpie couple move into the neighbourhood.


Snapshot from Midnight Manhunt

Midnight Manhunt, 1945


A gangster is killed and his package stolen. A reporter hides the body, trying to get the scoop.


Snapshot from Shake Hands with Murder

Shake Hands with Murder, 1944


A female bond-broker and her partner try and prove his innocence.


Snapshot from Million Dollar Kid

Million Dollar Kid, 1944


The East Side Kids save a millionaire from a mugging.


Snapshot from Lights of Old Sante Fe

Lights of Old Sante Fe, 1944


Two rodeos compete, getting downright dirty.


Snapshot from The Bashful Bachelor

The Bashful Bachelor, 1942


Chaos errupts in a small town as a shy man attempts to impress the woman he wants to marry.


Snapshot from Let's Get Tough!

Let's Get Tough!, 1942


The East Side Kids taken on Japanese Spies.


Snapshot from Road Show

Road Show, 1941


A man who realises he's about to marry a gold-digger feigns insanity to get out... But it doesn't go so well.


Snapshot from Son of the Navy

Son of the Navy, 1940


A young boy pretends to be a sailor's sick child, causing utter havoc.


Snapshot from Made For Each Other

Made For Each Other, 1939


An ambitious lawyer marries a day after falling for a complete stranger.


Snapshot from Romance on the Run

Romance on the Run, 1938


A man with a nack for finding missing items turns in fake jewelry.


Snapshot from Shall We Dance

Shall We Dance, 1937


A classic musical. A classical ballet dancer falls for a tap dancer.


Snapshot from School for Husbands

School for Husbands, 1937


A couple of wives arrange for their husbands to leave them free for the night.


Snapshot from Navy Blues

Navy Blues, 1937


A sailor bets his friends he can woo any girl.


Snapshot from Follow the Fleet

Follow the Fleet, 1936


Whilst on liberty, a sailor tries to rekindle a romance.


Snapshot from Judge Priest

Judge Priest, 1934


A judge with humanity and common sense dispenses justice in a small town.


Snapshot from Pardon My Pups

Pardon My Pups, 1934


A young boy is disappointed when he receives a dog for his birthday.


Snapshot from The Dentist

The Dentist, 1932


An eccentric dentist stars in this slapstick comedy.


Snapshot from The Death Kiss

The Death Kiss, 1932


A murder during filming prompts a manhunt on set.


Snapshot from The Medicine Man

The Medicine Man, 1930


Abused children turn to a salesman for help.


Snapshot from Poor Daddy

Poor Daddy, 1929


A man tries to get back at his cheating wife.


Snapshot from The Bees' Buzz

The Bees' Buzz, 1929


Andy and Harry bumble as they attempt to stop the wedding of Andy's daughter.


Snapshot from Three Ages

Three Ages, 1923


Buston Keaton across three eras.


Snapshot from Mabel's Busy Day

Mabel's Busy Day, 1914


Chaplin steals a box of hotdogs.


Snapshot from Charlot Face on the Barroom Floor

Charlot Face on the Barroom Floor, 1914


Charlie Chaplin is an artist whose life fell apart because of his muse.


Snapshot from Good for Nothing

Good for Nothing, 1914


Chaplin cares for a man confined to a wheelchair.


Snapshot from Cruel, Cruel Love

Cruel, Cruel Love, 1914


Chaplin is an aristocrat, who believes his love has left him, and so suicide appears his only option.


Snapshot from Mabel's Strange Predicament

Mabel's Strange Predicament, 1914


Chaplin is drunk, in a hotel.