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Addams Family, vol 1
80:-

Based on the cartoons of Charles Addams, this creepy and kooky series from the 1960s features everyone's favorite freaky family.

Episode List:
• The Addams Family Goes to School
• Morticia & the Psychiatrist
• Fester's Punctured Romance
• Gomez: The Politician
Addams Family, vol 2
80:-

Based on the cartoons of Charles Addams, this creepy and kooky series from the 1960s features everyone's favorite freaky family.

Episode List:
1. The Addams Family tree
2. Morticia joins the Ladies League
3. Halloween with the Addams Family
4. Green Eyed Gomez
Addams Family, vol 3
80:-

Based on the cartoons of Charles Addams, this creepy and kooky series from the 1960s features everyone's favorite freaky family.

Episode List:
1. New neighbors meet the Addams Family
2. Wednesday leaves home
3. The Addams Family meet the VIP's
4. Morticia, the matchmaker
Addams Family, vol 4
80:-

Based on the cartoons of Charles Addams, this creepy and kooky series from the 1960s features everyone's favorite freaky family.

Episode List:
1. Lurch Learns to Dance (1964)
2. Art and the Addams Family (1964)
3. The Addams Family Meets a Beatnik (1965)
4. The Addams Family Meets the Undercover Man (1965)
Addams Family, vol 6
80:-

Based on the cartoons of Charles Addams, this creepy and kooky series from the 1960s features everyone's favorite freaky family.

Episode List:
1. The Addams Family in Court
2. Amnesia in the Addams Family
3. Thing is Missing
4. Crisis in the Addams Family
Adventures of Baron Munchausen
1988 Terry Gilliam 80:-)

In THE ADVENTURES OF BARON MUNCHAUSEN, Gilliam tells the legend of an old man who has lived a fairy-tale life.

In the late 18th century, the Age of Reason has no room for fantasy. In a town besieged by murderous enemies, a traveling company is putting on a stage show about the apocryphal Baron Munchausen, who, with his motley crew of servants, supposedly circled the globe and the universe, following each bizarre adventure with one even more strange and ludicrous. But then a man appears at the theater claiming to be the real Baron, and to prove it, he goes off on one final journey to save the town, chased all along the way by the winged specter of death.
Age of Innocence
(1994 Martin Scorcese 50:-)

Daniel Day-Lewis stars as Newland Archer, a well-bred New Yorker engaged to an appropriate match: cultured May Welland (Winona Ryder). But when her alluring cousin, Ellen Olenska (Michelle Pfeiffer), comes along, Archer puts society's mores to the test. Edith Wharton's Pulitzer Prize–winning novel transfers lavishly to the screen under Martin Scorsese's direction, with Ryder earning an Oscar nod for her incandescent performance.
Aladdin
(1992 Ron Clements 100:-)

Poor Aladdin looks longingly at the Sultan's luxurious castle, and dreams of living inside, but Princess Jasmine wants only to escape that pampered life. Finally, she does run away, only to discover how hard life on the streets can be -- especially when a vendor accuses you of thievery. Aladdin comes to her rescue, and soon the two have fallen in love. But how can a beggar marry the sultan's daughter?. His only hope lies in a magic lamp from the Cave of Wonders and a wisecracking genie who can grant wishes.
Alice in Wonderland
(1951 Clyde Geronimi 80:-)

Based on the 1865 book by Lewis Carroll, this is the classic Disney animated version of Alice's adventures as she follows a white rabbit into a "Wonderland" of her own imagination. On her journey, she encounters the Mad Hatter, the Cheshire Cat, and a host of other beloved characters brought to life with the usual Disney zest. Combining stellar animation with upbeat songs such as "I'm Late," ALICE IN WONDERLAND garnered an Academy Award nomination for "Best Scoring of a Musical Picture."
American Buffalo
(1996 Michael Corrente 80:-)

David Mamet's play about three losers planning a robbery is brought to the screen in an admirably simple, straightforward manner. Don (Dennis Franz) is the owner of an "antique store" (read: junk shop) who discovers that the buffalo head nickel he recently sold to a coin collector was a lot more valuable than he imagined. Don hatches a scheme in which he and Bobby (Sean Nelson), a teenage kid who works at the shop, will steal the nickel back and sell it for a much higher price. Teach (Dustin Hoffman), Don's down-on-his-luck buddy, insists on coming in on the job, but Don isn't sure he wants Teach's help -- or that the robbery is a good idea at all.
An American Tail 2: Fievel goes West
(1991 Phil Nibbelink 80:-)

svensk titel: Resan till Amerika: Fievel i Vilda Västern

This sequel to the animated hit An American Tail follows young mouse Fievel as he sets out from New York City to the western frontier. His journey becomes more dangerous when he encounters a conniving feline, who hopes to capture and eat Fievel and his new companions.
Andrew Dice Clay: Dice Man Cometh
(1989 Jay Dubin
50:-)

This comedy performance video is not for all tastes. The controversial Andrew Dice Clay, known for his foul obscenities and sexism, proves he's earned his reputation.
Apocalypse Now
(1979 Francis Ford Coppola 50:-)

Francis Ford Coppola's Vietnam epic, loosely based on HEART OF DARKNESS by Joseph Conrad, tells the story of Captain Willard (Martin Sheen), a special agent sent into Cambodia to assassinate an errant American colonel (Marlon Brando). Willard is assigned a navy patrol boat operated by Chief (Albert Hall) and three hapless soldiers (Frederic Forrest, Sam Bottoms, and Larry Fishburne).
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