Comedy based on the plight of modern Native Americans living on reservations.
FLAP (1983) is a very direct approach to moviemaking. A 3x5 card waved in front of the line of a projector beam, shot from a perpendicular angle to the projector. A good old-fashioned light/shadow play.
Little Flip-Flap, a seal, is unhappy in the confines of the swimming tank in a big-city zoo. He breaks out and heads for the North Pole, where he meets a pretty girl-seal. She is captured by seal-hunters and sent to the zoo. Flip-Flap decides to return to the zoo and is happy when he is reunited with his sweetheart.
A splendid picture of the remarkable centrifuge railroad at Coney Island in which the car makes a complete circle in its course around the track, commonly known as "Loop the Loop."
A Southern teen at a ritzy boarding school gets into mischief while acting the sophisticated grownup to impress a suave gentleman and match wits with a pair of jewel thieves.
When they discover that they are pregnant, a young couple in Hanoi resort to desperate (and bizarre) measures to raise money for an abortion.
A hungry crow intrudes on a party honoring Speedy Gonzales, Mexico's fastest mouse, and tries to catch and eat some of Speedy's friends. Speedy leads the crow on a frustrating and violent chase that demoralizes the crow into surrendering and joining in Speedy's party, as the center of a dart board, and the target of a ball-throw.
The Christmas Bunny tells the story of a lonely foster child (Sophie Bolen) who finds a lost, injured rabbit in the woods on Christmas Eve. The rabbit is nursed back to health by The Bunny Lady (Florence Henderson), who runs a rabbit rescue in an old barn behind her Michigan farmhouse.
Stan and Ollie are marooned on an atoll. This was their last film together.
With their golden era long behind them, comedy duo Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy embark on a variety hall tour of Britain and Ireland. Despite the pressures of a hectic schedule, and with the support of their wives Lucille and Ida – a formidable double act in their own right – the pair's love of performing, as well as for each other, endures as they secure their place in the hearts of their adoring public
A slapstick comedy featuring Bobby Dunn.
The story of the freewheeling Flappers of the 1920s, told by the Flappers themselves.
FLAPJACK - Live w Dwojce Metall Band from Poland
Ham and Bud, while trying to evade a policeman, become cooks in a pancake house.
A 1924 film directed by John Francis Dillon.
A decline in family fortunes forces Bill to become a racing car driver. His wife, Pam, has been carrying on a bold flirtation with a wily philanderer, who, tiring of her, turns his attention to a younger girl.
Stan and Ollie stow away to Scotland expecting to inherit the MacLaurel estate. When things don't quite turn out that way, they unwittingly enlist in the Scottish army and are posted to India.
Vitaphone short in which Oklahoma Bob and his two "daughters" perform a series of musical numbers, including an exciting new dance craze.
Medic Peso Penguin isn’t fond of scary situations, but if someone is hurt or in trouble he can be the bravest Octonaut of all. Only Peso can save the day when a cone snail invades the Octopod and picks off the crew one by one with its dangerous harpoons. In other episodes the Octonauts enlist an undersea detective to find Peso’s missing patient, and recruit a shape-shifting mimic octopus to recover some important medicine.
How does the world look in your eyes? Papika and Cocona, the heroines of the story, hold the keys to open the door. When the two girls meet, their adventures in a different time and different overlapping dimension called "Pure Illusion" begin. Many things in Pure Illusion will stand in the girls' way on their search for the mysterious crystal called the "Shard of Mimi," an item that is said to grant any wish. However, when the girls find themselves in danger, the Shard of Mimi shines, and they are able to transform.
The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack is an American animated television series created by Thurop Van Orman for Cartoon Network that premiered on June 5, 2008, and ended on August 30, 2010. On April 20, 2012, this series returned to Cartoon Network to show re-runs on the revived block, "Cartoon Planet".
Flappers was a Canadian television sitcom airing on the CBC from 1979 to 1981. It was set in a Montreal night club during the Roaring Twenties. It followed the people who work in and around the club. Television producer Jack Humphrey wrote the pilot for Flappers and served as executive producer for the series. The title refers to the 1920s term Flappers. Flappers was directed by Alan Erlich, and produced by Joseph Partington, with Jack Humphrey as executive producer.
The story of Banner, a young orphaned squirrel raised by a kindly mother cat, and his adventures in the forest.