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Testament Of Dr. Mabuse, The (1933) -- Give Him A Shot Police commissioner Lohmann (Otto Wernicke, seen in the same role in director Fritz Lang's M, 1931) casing a crime scene, as Professor-Doctor Baum (Oscar Beregi Sr.) has a weird visit with the title character in his cell, in The Testament Of Dr. Mabuse, 1933.
Testament Of Dr. Mabuse, The (1933) -- Lovely Are Maidens Another inimitable depiction of madness by director Fritz Lang, detective Lohmann (Otto Wernicke) delivered by Dr. Hauser (A.E. Licho) to see his very rattled former colleague Hofmeister (Karl Meixner), in The Testament Of Dr. Mabuse, 1933.
Girl Happy -- (Movie Clip) Open, Title Song Music legend Doc Pomus shares credit for the title song, heard in the opening to the 1965 Elvis Presley vehicle Girl Happy, also starring Shelley Fabares and Gary Crosby.
Annie Hall (1977) -- (Movie Clip) To Atone For Our Sins One of the most advanced technical sequences, Annie (Diane Keaton) brings Alvy (writer-director Woody Allen) to meet her Midwestern family, Colleen Dewhurst her mom, Christopher Walken as brother Duane, Joan Newman and Mordecai Lawner Alvy’s parents, in Annie Hall, 1977.
Hausu (1977) -- (Movie Clip) Over The Rainbow Style bending sequences from director Nobuhiko Obayashi, as Gorgeous (Kimiko Ikegami) leads her schoolmates to visit her aunt in the country, detouring through family and world history, in Hausu (a.k.a. House), 1977.
House By The Cemetery, The (1984) -- (Movie Clip) Welcome To New Whitby Academic Norman (Paolo Malco) and wife Lucy (Catriona MacColl) arrive in a New England town where he’ll take over the research of a colleague who oddly killed himself and his mistress, their son Bob (Giovanni Frezza) communing with local Ann (Ania Pieroni) in the Italian-made The House By The Cemetery, 1984.
House By The Cemetery, The (1984) -- (Movie Clip) Let's Just Say You Never Saw Her Following an R-rated murder before the credits, inside the house in question, director Lucio Fulci’s credit followed by the introduction of star Catriona MacColl as mom Lucy and Giovanni Frezza as young (and not-so-well dubbed) Bob, in the Italian-financed The House By The Cemetery, 1984.
Another Man, Another Chance (1977) -- (Movie Clip) What's West About This? James Caan in the amusing contemporary opening to director Claude Lelouch's 19th century trans-Atlantic melodrama, from Lelouch's original screenplay, Another Man, Another Chance, 1977, also starring Genevieve Bujold.
Hausu (1977) -- (Movie Clip) Tasty! All the girls now settled at the country home of "Auntie," (Yoko Minamida), Mac (Mieko Sato) trots off to the well, Fantasy (Kumiko Oba) follows, and suddenly it's a horror movie, director Nobuhiko Obayashi's Hausu (a.k.a. House), 1977.
Rana's Wedding (2003) -- (Movie Clip) Stories Are No Use Searching in East Jerusalem for her boyfriend, on a deadline from her father, Rana (Clara Khoury) finds by chance the address of one of his candidates for marriage, then alarms Israeli soldiers, in director Hany Abu-Assad's Rana's Wedding, 2003.
Rana's Wedding (2003) -- (Movie Clip) You Have Until Tuesday The distinctive opening sequence, introducing the protagonist (Clara Khoury), much of her family's story, and the voice of her father (Zuher Fahoum), from director Hany Abu-Assad's Rana's Wedding, 2003.
Wagon Team (1952) -- (Movie Clip) Back In The Saddle Again Stage-coach line detective Gene Autry (using his own name as usual), steps up to front the band with his signature song (co-written with Ray Whitley), drama surrounding "The Kid" (Dick Jones) continuing, in Wagon Team, 1952.