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The Chase

The Chase

Director: Arthur D. Ripley
Year: 1946

The noir genre is known for its labyrinthine plots, but Arthur Ripley's The Chase (1946) takes the "wrong man" premise to unexpected extremes. Robert Cummings (Saboteur) stars as Chuck Scott, a down-on-his-luck veteran who lands a job as a chauffeur to a sadistic millionaire (Steve Cochran) and his reptilian bodyguard (Peter Lorre).

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Primary Instinct

Primary Instinct

Director: David Chen
Year: 2015

Stephen Tobolowsky is a veteran actor with a dazzlingly diverse filmography spanning forty years, but the stories he tells off-screen are even more compelling than those he tells onscreen. Join him and the audience on a personal journey about life, love, and Hollywood to answer one question: Why do we tell stories in the first place?

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Arab Labor: The Complete First Season

Arab Labor: The Complete First Season

Director: Yaakov Goldwasser, Roni Ninio
Year: 2008

This critically-acclaimed comedy series from Israel is about Amjad, a Palestinian journalist and Israeli citizen in search of his identity. This series pierces the taboos surrounding the prickly, long-standing status quo in which Palestinian and Jewish Israelis live side by side.

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Living Goddess

Living Goddess

Director: Ishbel Whitaker
Year: 2007

A powerful portrait of a young girl venerated as a goddess growing up in a country on the verge of civil war, this is the story of Sajani, who is worshiped as one of three living goddesses in the Himalayan kingdom of Nepal. Her peaceful existence is contrasted with violent political turmoil that threatens their traditional way of life.

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The Perfume of the Lady in Black

The Perfume of the Lady in Black

Director: Francesco Barilli
Year: 1974

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Sex: How To Do Everything (with Em & Lo)

Sex: How To Do Everything (with Em & Lo)

Director: Andy Devonshire
Year: 2008

Best-selling authors Em & Lo's objective: to help you whip your sex life into seriously seductive shape. Watch our two charming (and knowledgeable) sexperts as they guide viewers through an array of sexual practices, from the vanilla to the super-saucy. Guaranteed to jump-start your sex life.

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Who is Harry Kellerman and Why is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me

Who is Harry Kellerman and Why is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me

Director: Ulu Grosbard
Year: 1971

This cerebral, quirky comedy explores midlife crisis through a rock-music composer's perspective. Screen legend Dustin Hoffman (The Graduate) plays a neurotic songwriter at the peak of his career, can't seem to love anybody - least of all himself. He becomes increasingly depressed as his delusional paranoia - fueled by a mysterious stranger who has been bad-mouthing him.

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Crazylegs Crane (16 Cartoons)

Crazylegs Crane (16 Cartoons)

Director: Fritz Freleng
Year: 1978

After appearing as supporting character in the Tijuana Toads, Blue Racer and Dogfather cartoons, Crazylegs Crane earned a starring role in his own series of animated shorts, broadcast as part of the The All-New Pink Panther Show.

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Candy

Candy

Director: Christian Maquand
Year: 1968

Brand New 2K HD Restoration! Candy Christian (Ewa Aulin) is an innocent yet luscious high school student and when fate sends her on a far-out journey of sexual discovery - Candy on her trippy travels, encounters lust and lunacy at the hands of a drunken poet (Richard Burton), a Mexican gardener (Ringo Starr), a patriotic general (Walter Matthau), a mad surgeon (James Coburn), and a mystic guru (Marlon Brando).

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The Ant and the Aardvark (17 Cartoons)

The Ant and the Aardvark (17 Cartoons)

Director: Fritz Freleng
Year: 1969

Originally produced for theatrical release and later broadcast as part of The Pink Panther television series, The Ant and the Aardvark revived the timeless cartoon conflict of predator and prey, and modernized it with an irreverent sense of humor and a splashy color palette emblematic of the late 1960s and early 70s

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