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The Railway Children (disambiguation)

The Railway Children TV 1968, a 1968 BBC television drama based on the book The Railway Children, several adaptations of the book for BBC TV and radio in 1951, 1957, and 1991 Railway Children film, a 2016 Indian film The Railway Children 2000 fil ...

Cheyenne (disambiguation)

Cheyenne Creek, Colorado Cheyenne, Oklahoma, a town Cheyenne River, in Wyoming and South Dakota Cheyenne, Wyoming, the state capital of Wyoming Cheyenne Creek South Dakota

Robbery Under Arms (disambiguation)

Robbery Under Arms may refer to: Robbery Under Arms 1957 film, a British film directed by Jack Lee Robbery Under Arms 1920 film, an Australian film directed by Kenneth Brampton Robbery Under Arms, an 1882-1883 Australian novel by Rolf Boldrewood ...

Fanfan la Tulipe (disambiguation)

Fanfan la Tulipe may refer to: Fanfan la Tulipe poem, an 1819 pome by Paul Emile Debraux Fanfan la Tulipe operetta, an 1882 operetta by Louis Varney

Traitor (disambiguation)

Traitor film, a 2008 spy thriller starring Don Cheadle The Traitor 1957 film, a British film noir The Traitor 2019 film, an Italian film The Traitor 1936 American film, directed by Sam Newfield The Traitor 1936 German film, the English title for ...


Jeeva may refer to: ==People- Jiiva born 1984, Indian Tamil actor Jeeva director 1963–2007, Tamil movie director Jeeva or P. Jeevanandham 1907–1963, Indian politician Jeeva artist born 1956, Tamil painter, film critic and art designer from Tamil ...

Paid in Full

Paid in Full album, a 1987 hip-hop album by Eric B. & Rakim Paid in Full Entertainment, a record label "Paid in Full" Eric B. & Rakim song, a 1987 song from the above album Paid in Full soundtrack, the soundtrack to the 2002 film "Paid in Full" S ...

Satyricon (disambiguation)

Satyricon is an ancient Roman novel attributed to Petronius Arbiter. Satyricon may also refer to: Satyricon 1969 Polidoro film, a 1969 film by Gian Luigi Polidoro based on Petronius book Satyricon album, 2013 self-titled album by the band Satyric ...

Dead Souls (disambiguation)

Dead Souls 1960 film, a Soviet film based on a theatrical production of Gogols novel, directed by Leonid Trauberg Dead Souls 2018 film, a 2018 Chinese documentary film directed by Wang Bing Dead Souls 1909 film, a 1909 Russian short comedy "Dead ...

Ace in the Hole

"Ace in the Hole" George Strait song written by Dennis Adkins "Ace in the Hole" Cole Porter song "Ace in the Hole", a song by Paul Simon on the album One-Trick Pony Ace in the Hole Band, the backup band for George Strait "Ace in the Hole", song c ...

Arsene Lupin (disambiguation)

Arsene Lupin is a fictional character who appears in a series of novels written by French writer Maurice Leblanc, as well as a number of non-canonical sequels and numerous film, television, stage play and comic book adaptations. Arsene Lupin may ...

Woman Hater

A woman hater is a person who practices misogyny, the hatred of or prejudice against women or girls. Woman Hater, Woman Haters or woman hater may also refer to: Woman Haters, a 1934 short film starring the Three Stooges The Woman Hater, a 1606 Ja ...

The Last of the Mohicans (1911 film)

The Last of the Mohicans is a silent film of 1911. Directed by Theodore Marston and starring Frank Hall Crane, it was one of the first film adaptations of the novel The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper. As early as 1909 the novel had ...

The Count of Monte Cristo (1912 film)

The Count of Monte Cristo is a lost 1912 unauthorised silent film short directed by Colin Campbell and starring Hobart Bosworth. The film is a remake of the same story Selig had filmed in 1908. When this film was made Adolph Zukor had secured the ...

Cardinal Wolsey (film)

Cardinal Wolsey is a 1912 silent short film drama directed by Laurence Trimble and written by and starring Hal Reid. It was based on the play Henry VIII by William Shakespeare. It was produced by the Vitagraph Company of America and distributed t ...


Aguas Candidas, a municipality in Burgos, Castile and Leon, Spain Candida, Campania, a comune in Avellino, Italy Candida Casa, a church in Whithorn, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

The Doctors Secret (1913 film)

The Doctors Secret is a 1913 silent film short directed by and starring Van Dyke Brooke with Norma Talmadge and Leo Delaney. It was produced by the Vitagraph Company of America and released by the General Film Company. This film is lost.

The Third Degree (1913 film)

The Third Degree is a lost 1913 silent film melodrama directed by Barry ONeil and produced by the Lubin Manufacturing Company. It was based on the 1909 Broadway play by Charles Klein.

The Bells

The Bells 1926 film, directed by James Young, starring Lionel Barrymore and Boris Karloff The Bells 1911 film, Australian feature-length film The Bells 1931 film, directed by Harcourt Templeman and Oscar Werndorff The Bells 1918 film, a lost sile ...

Eyes of the World

The Eyes of the World 1920 film, German silent starring Conrad Veidt The Eyes of the World, 1917 American silent drama co-starring Jack Livingston#Selected filmography, based on Harold Bell Wrights 1914 novel The Eyes of the World 1930 film, Amer ...


Amalia TV series, a South African television series Amalia film, a 2008 Portuguese film biography of singer Amalia Rodrigues Amalia 1936 film, an Argentine remake of the 1914 movie Amalia Sheran Sharm, one of the main protagonists in Wakfu TV ser ...

Ups and Downs

The Ups and Downs album, a 1985 album by Stephen Duffy as Stephen "Tin Tin" Duffy "Ups & Downs", a 2005 song by Snoop Dogg Ups and Downs album, an album by Saves the Day Ups & Downs: Early Recordings and B-Sides, a compilation album by Saves the ...

Song of Songs (disambiguation)

Song of Songs, also known as the Song of Solomon, is a book of the Hebrew Bible or Old Testament. Song of Songs or The Song of Songs may also refer to:


Blast or The Blast may refer to: Explosion, a rapid increase in volume and release of energy in an extreme manner Detonation, an exothermic front accelerating through a medium that eventually drives a shock front

Better Man

The Better Man 1926 film, an American silent film directed by Scott R. Dunlap The Better Man 1914 film, a lost 1914 silent film directed by William Powers A Better Man film, a 2017 Canadian documentary film co-directed by Attiya Khan and Lawrence ...

The Man in the Cellar

The Man in the Cellar is a 1914 German silent thriller film directed by Joe May and starring Ernst Reicher, Max Landa and Olga Engl. It was part of a series of films featuring the fictional detective Stuart Webbs. The films sets were designed by ...

Journalist (disambiguation)

A journalist is a person who practises journalism, the gathering and dissemination of information about current events, trends, issues and people. Journalist may also refer to: Journalist British magazine, monthly magazine published by the UKs Na ...

Yorke Film Corporation

Yorke Film Corporation was a film company. The companys films were distrivuted by Metro Pictures. Fred J. Balshofer and Joseph Engel were involved with the company. Balshofer formed the company to produce films pairing the popular Harold Lockwood ...

Melting Millions (1917 film)

Melting Millions is a 1917 American silent comedy film directed by Otis Turner and starring Sydney Deane, Cecil Holland, Velma Whitman, George Walsh, and Frank Alexander. The film was released by Fox Film Corporation on February 19, 1917.

A Modern Monte Cristo

A Modern Monte Cristo is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Eugene Moore and starring Vincent Serrano, Helen Badgley and Thomas A. Curran. It is also known by the alternative title of Eye for an Eye.

When Love Was Blind (1917 film)

When Love Was Blind is a 1917 American silent drama film directed by Frederick Sullivan and starring Florence La Badie, Thomas A. Curran and Boyd Marshall. It was shot at studios in Jacksonville, Florida.


Environment most often refers to: Biophysical environment, the physical and biological factors along with their chemical interactions that affect an organism or a group of organisms Natural environment, all living and non-living things occurring ...

Suspicion (1918 film)

Suspicion is a 1918 American silent drama film directed by John M. Stahl and starring Grace Davison, Warren Cook and Mathilde Brundage. It is now presumed to be a lost film.

Clean Sweep (1918 film)

Clean Sweep is a 1918 silent film comedy short. It was produced by the L-KO Kompany and starred actress Merta Sterling. It was distributed through Universal Film Manufacturing Company.

The Savage Woman (1918 film)

The Savage Woman is a 1918 American silent adventure film directed by Edmund Mortimer and Robert G. Vignola and starring Clara Kimball Young, Edward Kimball and Milton Sills.

Battle of the Somme (disambiguation)

The Battle of the Somme most commonly refers to the Anglo-French offensive in 1916 during World War I. The campaign was later divided into a series of battles. According to official nomenclature, two offensives in 1918 also use this name: the Ger ...

The Black Gate (film)

The Black Gate is a 1919 American silent mystery film directed by Theodore Marston and starring Earle Williams, Ruth Clifford, Harry Spingler, J. Parks Jones, and Clarissa Selwynne. The film was released by Vitagraph Company of America in Novembe ...

School Days (1920 film)

Joe is a schoolboy, in school together with a girl not named in the film who is in love with him. She passes him a note on a slate stating "I love you Joe" while the grumpy and angry teacher is busy scolding one of the other children. Joe draws a ...

The Last of the Mohicans (disambiguation)

The Last of the Mohicans is an adventure novel by James Fenimore Cooper. The Last of the Mohicans may also refer to: In film and television: The Last of the Mohicans 1920 German film The Last of the Mohicans 1932 serial The Last of the Mohicans 1 ...

Dead Men Tell No Tales (1920 film)

Dead Men Tell No Tales is a lost 1920 silent film adventure directed by Tom Terriss and starring Catherine Calvert. It was produced by Terriss and the Vitagraph Company of America with distribution by Vitagraph.

Frolics at the Circus

Just outside a tent at the circus, a moustachioed man with a pipe strokes a contented Felix; within the same, an elephant chained sleeps. From a bucket emerges a mouse; curious on seeing the elephant, the creature climbs the great beasts trunk to ...

It Can Be Done (1921 film)

It Can Be Done is a 1921 American silent comedy film directed by David Smith and starring Earle Williams, Elinor Fair, Henry A. Barrows, Jack Mathis, and Jack Carlyle. The film was released by Vitagraph Company of America in March 1921.

The Forgotten Woman (1921 film)

A "water waif" named Dixie is adopted by a hateful woman and tricked into marrying the womans son. After her new husband is arrested on their wedding night, she ends up falling for another man.


Susanna given name, a feminine given name including a list of people with the name Susanna Book of Daniel, a portion of the Book of Daniel and its protagonist Susanna disciple, a disciple of Jesus

Texas Rangers

Terrys Texas Rangers, a modern regiment in the Texas State Guard Texas Ranger Division of the Texas Department of Public Safety Terrys Texas Rangers, the popular name of the 8th Texas Cavalry

The Thief of Bagdad

The Thief of Bagdad may refer to: A novel and its film adaptations: The Thief of Bagdad 1961 film, a film starring Steve Reeves Thief of Baghdad 1977 film, a Ravikant Nagaich 1977 Indian film, starring Shatrughan Sinha, Kabir Bedi, Bindu, Prem Ch ...

Little Dorrit (disambiguation)

Little Dorrit is a novel by Charles Dickens originally published in installments between 1855 and 1857. Little Dorrit may also refer to: Little Dorrit, a cultivar of Lobularia maritima, commonly known as sweet alyssum Little Dorrit 1924 film, a 1 ...


Babbitt 1934 film, a 1934 film based on the novel Babbitt novel, a 1922 novel by Sinclair Lewis Babbitt 1924 film, a 1924 film based on the novel Babbit, the family name of the title character of Runny Babbit, a book by Shel Silverstein

The Curse

Noroi: The Curse 2005 film, a 2005 J-Horror, "found footage" film in the form of a documentary The Curse Stargate SG-1, an episode of Stargate SG-1 The Curse 1924 film, a 1924 Austrian silent film directed by Robert Land The Curse 1987 film, a 19 ...

The Price

"The Price" Once Upon a Time "The Price" Star Trek: The Next Generation "The Price" Angel "The Price" Prison Break "The Price", from season 7 of M*A*S*H