Most Popular "Paramount Pictures" Titles
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2. The Day of the Locust (1975)
R | 144 min | Drama, Thriller
An art director in the 1930's falls in love and attempts to make a young woman an actress despite Hollywood who wants nothing to do with her because of her problems with an estranged man and her alcoholic father.
3. Casting By (2012)
TV-14 | 89 min | Documentary
The surprising, never-before-told tale of the indispensable yet unsung Casting Director - Iconoclasts whose keen eye, exquisite taste and gut instincts redefined Hollywood.
4. Jackass 2.5 (2007 Video)
Unrated | 64 min | Documentary, Action, Comedy
The crew have now set off to finish what as left over from Jackass 2.0, and in this version they have Wee Man use a 'pee' gun on themselves, having a mini motor bike fracas in the grocery ... See full summary »
5. G.I. Joe: The Invasion of Cobra Island (2009)
G | 15 min | Animation, Short
When Cobra develops a secret bio-weapon on their hidden island base, GI Joe is called in to stop them. A daring invasion is executed with Snake-Eyes squaring off against Storm Shadow, his ... See full summary »
6. The Dying Gaul (I) (2005)
R | 101 min | Drama
A grief-stricken screenwriter unknowingly enters a three-way relationship with a woman and her film executive husband - to chilling results.
7. Hollywood or Bust (1956)
95 min | Comedy, Musical
A singer who can't pay his bookie joins a nerdy, star-struck movie fan and his Great Dane in a cross-country convertible ride to Hollywood.
12. Cat in the Act (1957)
Approved | 6 min | Animation, Short, Comedy
Herman takes his nephew, Murgatroyd, on a sightseeing tour of Paramount's Hollywood studio. where Murgatroyd is frightened by the jungle animals (and publicity people)but uncle Herman ... See full summary »
Hollywood Hist-o-Rama (1961– )
4 min | Documentary, Biography
Using photographs and an off-screen narrator, this breezy biography takes us quickly through Myrna Loy's film career and ends with a salute to her charity work for the United Nations and on... See full summary »