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An isolated poet's reality is shattered when he discovers that his life is not what it appears to be.
Rumbelow has taken an amalgamation of Marlowe, Goethe and Byron and produced an impression of the Faust tale. The film is based on the long running stage production that Triple Action Theatre toured around the world for 14 years.
All That Money Can Buy
A nineteenth-century New Hampshire farmer who makes a compact with Satan for economic success enlists Daniel Webster to extract him from his contract.
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(1999 TV series)
Episode: The Best of Mr. Pedro
The entire Pedro side story is revisited in this recap episode, including some new scenes that deepens the plot.
Harry Angel has a new case, to find a man called Johnny Favourite. Except things aren't quite that simple...
(1967 TV movie)
Wishing that his favorite baseball team, the Senators, win the pennant, Joe Hardy makes a deal with the devil (literally)...
Batman: Year One
A wealthy playboy and a Chicago cop both return to Gotham City where their lives will intersect in unexpected ways.
Film adaptation of the George Abbott Broadway musical about a Washington Senators fan who makes a pact...
A 15-episode serial in which Beatty goes to darkest Africa to rescue the Goddess of Joba, who is being held by the high priest.
Bizarre events keep occurring in an old mansion, and it's soon obvious that something mysterious is up in the attic.
|11||La leggenda di Faust (1950)||6.6/10||17|
|12||A Month of Hungry Ghosts (2008 documentary)||6.5/10||13|
|13||The Angel's Fountain (2011 short)||"||8|
|14||The Collector (2004 TV series)||6.3/10||487|
|15||The Haunting in Connecticut (2009)||5.8/10||36,667|
|16||Astral City: A Spiritual Journey (2010)||"||1,296|
|17||Félix et Lola (2001)||5.7/10||315|
|18||Ma vie est un enfer (1991)||5.4/10||562|
|19||Looking Through Lillian (2002)||"||260|
|20||Shrunken Heads (1994)||5.0/10||670|
|22||Going to Glory... Come to Jesus (1946)|
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