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A Tale of Two Cities
Alcoholic lawyer Sydney Carton travels to Paris during the Reign of Terror to rescue French aristocrat Charles Darnay, husband of the woman he loves.
|2||Va prononcer la mort (1927 short)|
|3||Cagliostro - Liebe und Leben eines großen Abenteurers (1929)||6.4/10||61|
Dr. Sovac transplants the brain of a gangster into his professor friend's body to save his life, but there is a side effect that causes a dangerous split personality.
A beautiful Dutch girl finds herself in Peking being pursued by agents of the Japanese government.
A young married couple flee both police and a gangster out for revenge.
Jungle Moon Men
Priestess Oma is forever young in this Jungle Jim knockoff of "She" or the La of Opar stories from "Tarzan". The Jungle Jim type is played by Weissmuller using his own name.
Four Star Playhouse
(1952 TV series)
Episode: To Die at Midnight
A prison warden desperately tries to prove that a man scheduled for execution is innocent.
The Six Wives of Henry VIII
(1970 TV mini-series)
Episode: Catherine Howard
Henry is suffering agony with his ulcerated leg .The Duke of Norfolk presents his young and pretty niece Catherine Howard to the King who becomes captivated . Henry soon marries Catherine but will she prove to be his rose without a thorn?
Disgusted with the policies of King Charles I, Oliver Cromwell plans to take his family to the New World...
(1963 TV series)
Episode: Paradise Towers: Part Two
|12||Vec vidjeno (1987)||7.7/10||422|
|13||Une affaire de femmes (1988)||7.6/10||1,921|
|14||Bangkok Hilton (1989 TV mini-series)||7.8/10||3,070|
|15||Magyar rekviem (1990)||7.6/10||20|
|16||Anna Göldin, letzte Hexe (1991)||6.6/10||37|
|17||Balzac (1999 TV movie)||6.8/10||420|
|18||The Dancer Upstairs (2002)||6.9/10||4,983|
|19||Un long dimanche de fiançailles (2004)||7.7/10||52,408|
|20||The Prestige (2006)||8.4/10||518,185|
|21||I Sell the Dead (2008)||6.0/10||8,032|
|22||Michael Kohlhaas (2013)||6.5/10||519|
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