Bedroom Key The CD1
Dedicated to St. Petersburg's|Tercentennial
Gulliver and Luch Film Companies|Russia TV Channel
Moscow Mayor's Office with|Russian Ministry of Culture
and St. Petersburg Foundation|present
Captain, why do we surface?
We're lost, your excellence.|Got to check the coordinates.
- What is this city?|- Looks like Hamburg to me.
Like hell it is.|It's St. Petersburg.
I was the naval attache here|of our great Fatherland.
I see the Russian cruiser|Aurora.
Urgent diving until they see us.|- Destroy the witness.
Leonid Timtsunik|Fedor Chekhankov
Alexander Pashutin|Andrey Tolubeyev
in the film by Eldar Ryazanov
The Bedroom Key
Written by Eldar Ryazanov|Based on the farce by Georges Feydeau
Director of Photography|Nikolay Nemolyayev
Production Designers Alexander|Borisov and Leonid Svintsitsky
Music by Andrey Petrov|Conducted by Yevgeny Kolobov
Costume Designer Natalia Ivanova|Make-Up by Yekaterina Ivanova
Produced by Leonid Bitz and|Eldar Ryazanov
Your excellences, the telegraph|is down. When are we going to fire?
What do you mean? What's the time|by your watch? 1.02. Can it be fast?
My watch shows 10 to noon.|- Is it slow?
- We'll be in time, sir.
In time for what? When do we fire?|The time's different.
And the telegraph's down.|What shall we do?
In the meantime, in the cinema.
I beg you. I adore you.|How much longer can you torture me?
Ah, Andre. I seem to fall in love for the|first time.
Let's go to my place. The time's|running.
Oh Andre, I... I'm afraid,|I'm married.
I don't understand what to do.|When do we fire?
Jesus, when should I command it?|- Guvnor, shoot it now.
Truth speaks in mysterious ways.|Help me Lord. Fire!
It's him! My husband fired it!|- What happened?
- What husband?|- My husband fires it!
Darling, it's the gun that every day tells|the citizens that the noon has come.
My husband speaks through that|gun!
Madam!|But it's not noon, it's 10 after!
Yes, I dropped the watch and now|it's slow.
In the next 100 years the Russian Empire|was always late for 10 and more minutes.
This is nonsense! Promise you'll come|to me tonight.
I'm not sure.
It all happened at the shore,|where waves are so hostile,
That you never could see|any ships at the sea.
The Queen played charming Chopin|at the elegant castle,
The page, listening to music,|fell in love, fell in sin...
It all happened so simply,|it all happened so oddly.
The Queen asked him|to cut the vermilion fruit...
Then she gave him a half,|as she languished him fondly,
She was wrapped into music,|so seductively cute.
Then she gave herself wholly,|she made love to him stormily,
And the dame slept till morning|as an obedient slave...
It all happened at the shore,|multicolored like a tourmaline,
Where waves are so hostile|and the page sings a lay...
- Stepan, is the mistress home?|- She's not back yet, sir Major.
How many times should I tell you|I'm neither Major nor Sir. I'm a civilian.
You're not an ammunition carrier,|you're a lackey. - Yes, sir, your excellence!
Oh Andre, I'm so afraid.|What have we done?
It's my first time, by the way.|We haven't done anything yet!
Yesterday you visited me, but|were so cruel.
Tonight or never!|I'm not the person to toy with.
Damn!|Hold on, madam!
- Andre! You're totally marvelous.|- This isjust love!
- Thank you.|- Wait. Don't leave like this!
You may rent our first floor.
Dearest Mommy, I'm sending you a talking|letter, the technical innovation.
Happy birthday to you.|- Here I am.
Sadly, distances separate us,|the whole Russia,
but our present dire straits preclude me|from coming to Yekaterinburg.
why do you tickle me when I|dictate to a phonograph?
What deep thoughts do you dictate|it, I wonder?
You don't have to be nasty,|you'd better call for breakfast.
This is a strange routine when the man|and wife breakfast at different time.
It's not the way it should be.|I'm so tired of living in the barracks.
Stepan, serve breakfast to the mistress.|- Right now or some time later?
Later, you dimwit!
I'm sick of that lame moron.|Don't we have the money for a maid?
A martinet serves coffee|to my bed every morning.
I'm expecting the alarm to sound|in our house any day.
- This gentleman wishes to see you.|- Another gunner?
Menelaus Ivanitsky, decadent poet,|my friend from the club.
- Mr. Ivanitsky, my spouse.|- Enchanted.
If I'm not mistaken, I had the pleasure|of seeing you in my residence?
- Sorry, I don't know where you reside.|- 5, Tavrichesky St.
I've never visited such an|address.
- It means I've made a mistake.|- Yes, you have.
What could I do for you?|Card debts are paid within 24 hours.
- Did you have to worry about it?|- Money likes counting.
Yesterday you had a better|chance. You were, so to say...
I was drunk as a lord.
Yes, every night after 10|I'm drunk as a cobbler,
but in the morning at my desk|I think in images.
My mind is shrouded by mystical|clouds.
Something otherworldly|guides my gifted quill.
Vague silhouettes of the past and future|fight in my mind and I write in that mist.
Yet sometimes love guides me.|Today I've written this. It's called I Want.
Will you allow me?|- Of course. Please.
I want to be impudent and brave,|I want a laurel of fresh grape
I want to drink your splendid body|I want to tear your clothes wide open
I want to know your satin bosom,|I want our lusts to be as one.
Gods, go away, and you people, scram!|I want to stay with her alone.
- Charming, isn't it?|- Yes. Quite charming.
Avaricious publishers with advance|royalties swarm in the hall,
tearing my precious manuscripts hot|from my hands, shouting A masterpiece!
and I stay behind gutted|out to the bottom.
I find solace in drink and cocaine.|- The author's life is sure hard.
I lost to you yesterday.|I don't even remember how much.
- 35 rubles.- Say it again?|- 35 rubles.
Tell me, Mr. Ivanitsky,|is it hard to compose verse?
- Stepan, please announce me.|- Here you are, master.
- Mr. Marusin to see you.|- What Marusin? Academician?
The same! Our close friend.|Please invite him.
Or we'll see no end to it!
My dear, is your mistress home?
Stepan, ask him in. Sorry.|Here we go... What do I...
Well' we've got used to it.|I'm all thumbs.
I'm a walking disaster.
Pavel, why are you frozen?|We spoke of you. Come in.
My dear friend, how've you been?
Pavel, it's not for me neither.|- Yes, but I'm awkward about it.
Please accept it. This flower|doesn't grow in Russia.
In Russian, it's a hordenine.
I brought it for you from China.|- Are you back from China?
Like Chatsky, from the ship to the reception.|- Have a seat, Pavel Petrovich.
Why shouldn't you be more|precise?
Sit closer, please.
- He sits...|...on my foot!
He sits on my foot!
- Who?|- Marusin!
Aglaya Nikitichna, pray forgive me!|Stepan, we need ice!
I'll blow on it!
I'm sorry.|I swear I didn't mean to!
- Forgive me for Chrissakes!|- Please do calm down!
Let me introduce Menelaus Semenovich|Ivanitsky, decadent poet.
Of course, I've read you and am an avid fan.|I'm thrilled by your progressive ideas...
Yes, your poesy, Leprosy Marionette.|- On the waters' transparency.
- The Wine of Love.|- On the beauty of fields.
- The Cupid's Arrow.|- This is the work of genius!
- Your work on the feathered.|- The poet in the field of study.
- How do you feel?|- Considerably better.
Madam, allow me to take my leave.|It was an unforgettable meeting!
I sure seem to have seen you.|- I'll see you off.
I was staggered by your Marusin.|An academician, a great mind, but here?
I was discouraged myself. He's new at that.|I suggested he seek psychiatric help, but...
All the best to you.
Pasha, what have you done? You broke|the vase given to me by General Kuropatkin.
What is this, huh?
Aglaya Nikitichna, don't nurse a|grudge.I'll never forget myself.
Pavel Petrovich, be quiet.
- Should I leave?|- I like your present very much.
- Really?|- Really.
You should water it a lot.
And it loves sun.|You'd better keep it on the sill.
When rays of sun fall on the flower,|the leaves produce chlorophyll
that facilitates its life.
They're not acquainted yet.
- At your service.|- Mr. Chuguyev, if I'm notmistaken?
- Yes, sir.|- The master of this house?
I'm not, really, my wife is, but|it doesn't matter.
- Do you let the 1st floor?|- Yes. Do you want to see it?
Not necessary. I like the house anyway.|Well, if it's a custom.
It wouldn't even wish to.. when in cage.
Don't worry, my silly sweetheart
It's wonderful, amazing,
a separate entrance. It's|convenient, you know.
Well, what about the price?
Do you hear that bird sing?|Delightful.
We've never let out.|Dire straits, you see.
- 250 rubles.|- 250?
Is it a lot?
I think 300 could be paid for|apartments like this easily.
- What do you mean, 300?|- Yes. - As you wish. I agree.
- Your finch has escaped.|- No problem.
Now, let's go home.|I've to leave.
- Remember me, when you hear it.|- Thank you, Pavel Petrovich.
This gift is too much for me...|..indeed.
I should warn you though. The house|belongs to my wife. It's not a parlor house.
- You should live decently.|Don't worry. I'm not interested in women.
I'm quiet and unattached.|- D'you wish to sign a contract?
Andrey Vakhalakov, Manufacture|Association. It's a well-known brand.
Did you happen to serve in|Gen. Kuropatkin's HQ, in Manchuria,
in the Russo-Japanese War?|- I was the General's aide.
Isn't it nice to meet a comrade|in arms!
Glad to see you, your excellence.
I thought where I could've seen|you. It's the battlefield.
I was discharged as the 1st Lt.|and went into commerce.
My spouse prefers your fabrics.|- She has excellent taste.
I'll introduce you.
Mr. Vakhlakov here is going to let|our 2nd floor. I know him from the war.
I'll prepare the contract. You|entertain the guest.
- The idea is marvelous.|- I can't live without you.
- I love you.|- When, oh when? - Tonight.
Don't you think your husband would know?|I hope not. He's not Philip,
I've prepared the contract. You read it|at home and we'll sign it tomorrow.
- Madam, it was a pleasure to meet you.|- I hope we'll be good neighbors.
I hope, too.|God bless you. See you soon.
- A well-mannered young man, doesn't he?|- He's nice, but I pity him.
He's so young and already impotent.|- It cannot be.
- He told me himself.|Now allow me to finish my talking letter.
I'm going to have|dinner with my mother.
- I'll go straight home.|- All right. I'll be waiting.
So, where did I stop? My roll is finished.|It means I didn't stop it.
- I love you.|- When, oh when? - Tonight.
I'll tell my husband that I'll|dine with my mother.
Don't you think your husband would know?|I hope not. He's not Philip, he's Philbert.
- Tonight at 5, Tavricheskaya St.?|- Tonight. 5, Tavricheskaya.
At the Tavricheskaya St.?
Who is that man?|Today we had Ivanitsky in the house,
but they are not acquainted.
At the Tavricheskaya.|Someone mentioned that address today.
Vakhlakov? But it was his first time here.|And I introduced him myself.
Moreover, women are in the past|for him.
Jesus, why does it have to happen|to me?
The friend of the house.
- Stepan! Where is the mistress?|- She'sjust left. In a cab.
The mean woman.
What a nice weather, isn't it?|What a nice weather, isn't it?
Here I am, in person.
Meanwhile, at Vakhlakov's|summer-house...
Serge, guess: the first letter is m|the second is a...
A creature that every woman needs?|I don't know..
You see this kind of creature, Sophie.
I think, it's 'a man'.|We can't live without a man.
What a silly stuff. Let's have some tea.
- Sophie, do you mind?..|Sure, Serge.
I'll show you stereo pictures and let this|tango warm up our hearts.
I've got them from Paris.|French life-style.
Bring me a strawberry jam.
Premonition of love.
- My God, isn't she ashamed?|- What exactly to be ashamed of?
He will come soon.|- Does she expect him right in her bed?
- A French woman.|- They do it, that way.
Sweet relax.|My love.
This is Andre.
Hello, yes, dear, it's me your sweetheart.
I'll get prepared to meet stock-holders.|- You work too much, dear.
I'm glad you telephone to me,|my sweet monster. Serge is here.
I hate to hear this dentist is around you|when I'm out. Show him the door!
He came to Zakharych to treat his tooth.|- Let him go, when it's over.
Kiss you, my bird, my sweet girl,|my sweetest girl!
I give you a big hug.
Have you ever cleaned your teeth?|Too late to treat it. I've to pull it down.
Pull it down, Serge: his mouth stinks|awufully, indeed.
- It's painful. He'll start yelling.|- I'll put some loud music.
I hate when people shout.
Here you are!
Marpha, follow me!
Give me my tooth!
Wait, son of a bitch!
A lady to see you.
Thank you, Matvey.
- Kill the light.|- No light.
Then, please... turn away from me.|- I can't.
- Then close your eyes.|- It's above me.
And then, how could I cope with that|damned corset with my eyes closed?
- You know, the hooks are in the front.|- Why didn't you tell me so?
- I thought you knew.|All of you have it different ways.
Please, I'm begging you... turn away.|I'm begging you not to beg me.
The poet came back home|after a lavish party
I've come, my precious one,|I'm coming home.
I have come,|I have come.
I see, the key's in the shoe.
Key, come out!|It won't.
It means I gambled it away.|Could I lose my apartment as well?
Complete with my wife?|How horrible!
Unfortunately, the movie camera was late.|The most interesting thing remained off-screen.
A drunken lout.
I envy your freedom so much.|I wonder if I could be just as free as you are,
could you marry me?|- Of course.
It's so good when you don't have to hurry|home, don't have to lie or make excuses,
don't have to think what time it is now.|- By the way, what time it is now?
Well, can't be over 12.
- 5 o'clock in the morning!|- How can it be, 5?
- God damn it!|- What have I done?
What about me?
What do you have to do with it? You're free!|- Am I? What about my wife?
What wife? You said you're a bachelor!|- No time to think of it now.
- He's married! This is base!|- Home... home.
The hooks are in the front.
And you, with her, with your wife,|in this very bed, in this bedroom...
- Where is your wife now?|- In the country house.
Where is my hat?
- You were hatless.|- I was hatted!
You were everything-less.
Home at last!
It's me, pussycat. Don't be afraid.|We went on a little spree.
Pussycat, where are you?
Are you asleep?|Couldn't wait for me.
Kitty, where are you?
Andrey! A man is in here!
- Where's the man?|- Over there, in the bed.
A male specimen in my pussycat's|bedroom?
- Who are you? Introduce yourself!|- I'm a cuckold!
- Just a sec, I'll get dressed.|- Give me back my things.
- Madam, please confirm it.|- Yes.
- These are my things.|- They're mine.
- Are they yours?|- They're mine!
Yours? You won't see them, then!
Don't you dare to throw away|other people's things!
Now, get out!
- It's locked.|- Then open it!
The key.|Where's the key?
The key was in the robe thrown|away by that idiot.
He doesn't hear it. He's dead drunk.|Could I leave through the back door?
It's under repairs. Long been|locked!
The balcony.|That's what remains!
- Well, I'm gone or what?|- Go.
Listen, why do you have to whistle?|Let me whistle some.
Away with you!
I'm tired of whistling. Is he a|doorman or what? He won't answer!
Get up! Get up immediately!
Stop, you criminal!
Spare the furniture!
I'll break everything!
Throw him out of here, milksop!
Turn on the light! I can't see|his throat in the dark!
Excellent. I'll strangle you with|the electricity on!
- Let us rest awhile!|- Let's do it.
Could you bring us some water?|Vodka would be better.
- Isn't it the 5th floor?|- No, it's the 3rd!
Why should I get here, then? It's|not my bedroom!
- Hell knows! - Why do you swear?|We're not acquainted.
And he's asking if this is the 5th|floor!
But I know you. You're Madam Chuguyeva.|What a nice surprise.
How do you feel, Madam Chuguyeva?
You've probably made a mistake!|She's not a Madam, and she's not Chuguyeva!
- Liar! I recognized her.|- How dare you?
- And you're the crook, right?|- It's outrageous!
In this case, we'll fight a duel.
- Andrey, he has a revolver.|- Why a revolver?
Let's go to the Gypsies, to the|islands!
God, am I drunk!
- What could we do?|- We're trapped.
- He had to come in here somehow.|- He must have a key.
- How can we get it. He's armed.|- And dangerous.
- Are you ready to fight a duel?|I'm... Not ready. I must absent myself.
Listen...|I'm begging you.
We're ready to fight a duel with|you, but some other time.
Come to think of it, I'm completely|undressed. And you are fully clothed.
In essence, I have only a shirt on.|- What is the matter then?
- It embarrasses me.|- Are you embarrassed by the shirt?
Take it off then.|- Undress yourself!
Yes, let's undress, all of us.|I'll take my clothes off, too.
Above all, one should be polite.|I won't stay dressed in a lady's presence.
Andrey, he undresses!
I can't remain dressed if you're|basically, in a shirt.
What should we do?
Madam, you can't tango at all.
Oh Lord, how good it feels!
Don't yell.|I'm trying to sleep here.
- Who's that riffraff?|- What riffraff? - That riffraff.
- What riff... - You know him!|- I don't know him!
He's a poet, a friend of my husband.|- Why do you have to yell like this?
He's a decadent poet.|He'll tell my husband. I'm done!
Hush! We'll wake him up.
Enough bewailing!|We should escape. - Where to?
- To the balcony!|- I'm lost, lost!
Save me! Put me down, I'm afraid|of the height.
Yard-keeper, tell the doorman, we|have a madman in here!
I heard two shots, your excellency,|and shouts.
- Is it 5, Tavricheskaya St.?|- As you see it.
- What happened?|- Someone shouted and fired.
- A male or a female?|- They screamed in unison.
- Call the doorman.|- He's not sober, your excellence.
In the name of law, open up! The police!|Coming, Mr. Policeman, in a moment.
- I don't have a key, it's in my robe.|- Then take it out.
The robe was thrown into the street.|Enough jokes. I'm on duty.
Impossible. The key's in the|street, in my robe. Yes, it's true!
I'll have to resort to firearms.|Step aside from the door.
Allow me. I'm a gunner after all,|and a person concerned, in general.
Just a sec. Let me have your|firearm.
Why should I?|Because you're the concerned person.
- I demand it!|- I'll teach her a lesson anyway.
Oh spare me that.
Where are the owners of that|place?
Where the hell are they? I've|just spoken to them.
Don't you recognize|this dress by any chance?
Oh, is it you, the rascal!
You fooled around and rented my|2nd floor, the bastard!
- I won't allow any assault and battery!|- Give me the gun! I'll kill him!
Atten-SHUN! You're the officer!
Here's the denounciation!
Good morning.|What happened?
Is it you? You... Look, you're...|- Who do you think you are?
- I don't have any words for it.|- You don't need them.
Do you suspect me of anything?
You know, I won't abase myself|with excuses.
How? Oh you the traitor,|nonentity.
I'll tear you to pieces!
You won't deny, Madam, that you|were caught in adultery?
Could you give me the chance|to change my clothes?
- Give me the revolver!|- Attention!
I must retreat to the bathroom.
Allow me to ask you to escort me,|I need to offer you some explanation.
Well, the wife is unfaithful, it happens.|Mine was unfaithful to me many times.
My officer's honor...
When a decent man has the honor|of a decent woman in his hands,
he's supposed to take care of it.|What a horrible... awakening.
- Cavalier, are you coming?|- I'm trying to fit into the suit of that wacko.
Catch up with me on the stairs.
You scared me so!
- Truth what?|Well yes. How did you know I'm here?
Philip told me that you're|here indulged in adultery.
Where's the lover? I'll kill him.
I hate you!
What does it all mean?
Is it you, worthless rhymester?
So it's you...
I'll kill the bastard!
What?|Now get it, quill-driver!
The ornithologist felt like a bird.
I'm a falcon, a stormbringer.|No, I'm a seagull.
A seagull, I'm a young eagle.
How did you get there, my good man?|Hold on tight! We'll call the fire brigade.
Make your suits with the fabrics|of the Manufacture Association.
I still wonder how you got there.
- Mommy! Take me down!|- Call the fire brigade.
Thief, give me back my suit!
Don't shoot, take mercy, I won't|do it again.
I killed everyone!
The End of Part 1
You go home drunk|and deadly pale
Along the dark back streets.
Strangely you seem to remember
Only the blue curtain|of his window.
And crimson pillows|of the sofa,
L'Orsay perfume|and the Martel cognac.
His amber eyes, always tired,
And the drunk heat|of his swollen lips...
Mother mistress, calm down. I made|a round of restaurants, everything's closed.
I visited the Lost & Found|office. Nothing.
I dropped by the establishment.|Everyone's asleep there.
Jesus... What could I do?|I have terrible suspicions.
Marfa, how can you indulge in this rot|in such a terrible moment?
'Scuse me, mistress, The doctor|prescribed you. The future baby demands it.
God, he'll be born an orphan.
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Balanta 1992 (The Oak)
Ballad Of A Soldier 1959
Bamba La (1987)
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Barberella - A Queen Of The Galaxy
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Barefoot Gen 1983
Barrio 1947 25fps
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Batman - Mystery of the Batwoman
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Batman and Robin
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Battle Hymn 1957
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Battle Royale 2 (2003)
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Battlestar Galactica 01x01 - 33
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Bean - The Ultimate Disaster Movie
Beast From 20,000 Fathoms The 1953
Beast Within The
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Beating Of The Butterflys Wings The 2000
Beatles Anthology The Episode1
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Beatles Anthology The Episode3
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Beatles Anthology The Episode5
Beatles Anthology The Episode6
Beatles Anthology The Episode7
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Beatles The First US Visit The
Beau Pere - Stepfather - Bertrand Blier 1981
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Beautifull Mind A CD1
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Beauty And The Beast
Beauty and the Beast (Disney Special Platinum Edition)
Beavis and Butt-head Do America (1996)
Bedford Incident The
Bedroom Key The CD1
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Before Night Falls 2000 CD1
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Before Sunset 2004
Behind Enemy Lines 2001
Behind The Sun (Walter Salles 2001)
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Being There (1979) CD1
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Belle and La Bete La (1946)
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Bells Of St Marys The (1945)
Belly Of The Beast
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Bend It Like Beckham
Bend of the River 1952
Beneath the Planet of the Apes
Benny and Joon
Best years of our lives 1946
Bet on My Disco
Better Off Dead 1985
Better Than Chocolate
Better Tomorrow 2 A CD1
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Better Tomorrow 3 A
Better Way To Die A
Between Heaven and Hell
Beverly Hillbillies The 1993
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Beyond The Clouds
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Biches Les (Claude Chabrol 1968)
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Big Bounce The
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Big Deal on Madonna Street (1958)
Big Fat Liar
Big Fish 2003
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Big Lebowski The
Big Mommas House
Big Shot - A Confessions of a Campus Bookie 2002
Big Sleep The
Big clock The 1948
Big girls dont cry
Billy Madison 1995
Bingwoo 2004 CD1
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Bionicle 2 A Legends of Metru-Nui
Bionicle Mask Of Light 2003
Birch Tree Meadow The
Bird People in China The 1998 CD1
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Bird on a wire
Bishops Wife The 1947 CD1
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Bite the bullet
Bitter Sugar (Azucar amarga)
BlackAdder 1x1 - The Foretelling
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BlackAdder 4x6 - Goodbyeee
BlackAdder Christmas Carol 1988
BlackAdder The Cavalier Years
BlackAdder the Third 3x1
BlackAdder the Third 3x2
BlackAdder the Third 3x3
BlackAdder the Third 3x4
BlackAdder the Third 3x5
BlackAdder the Third 3x6
Black Adder V - Back and Forth
Black Hawk Down
Black Mask 2
Black Rain CD1
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Black Widow 1987
Black and White (1998)
Blackout The 1997 CD1
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Blade 3 - Trinity
Blade Of Fury
Blade Runner (1982 Original Cut) CD1
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Blade Runner Directors Cut
Blair Witch Project The
Blame It On Rio
Blast From The Past 1999
Blast from the Past
Blazing Sun (1960) CD1
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Bless The Child
Blind Chance (1987) CD1
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Blind Spot Hitlers Secretary (2002)
Blob The 1988
Blood Wedding (1981)
Blood and Black Lace
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Blow Dry 2001
Blown Away 1994 CD1
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Blue Collar Comedy Tour The Movie
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Blue Spring 2001
Blue juice 1995
Blues Brothers The (1980) CD1
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Boat Trip - Feedback Overflow
Bob Le Flambeur 1955
Bob Marley Story - Rebel Music
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Boot Das 1981 CD1
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Bourne supremacy The-1CD
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Boys and Girls
Boyz N the Hood
Branca de Neve
Bread and Roses
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Breakfast at Tiffanys
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Bride with White Hair The
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Broadway Danny Rose
Brother (Takeshi Kitano)
Brother Sun Sister Moon 1972
Brother from Another Planet The 1984
Brotherhood Of The Wolf
Buena Estrella La (Lucky Star)
Bugs Bunny - Baseball Bugs (1946)
Bugs Bunny - Big Top Bunny (1951)
Bugs Bunny - Bugs Bunny Gets the Boid (1942)
Bugs Bunny - Bugs Bunny and the Three Bears (1944)
Bugs Bunny - Bugs and Thugs (1954)
Bugs Bunny - Bully for Bugs (1953)
Bugs Bunny - Frigid Hare (1949)
Bugs Bunny - Hair-Raising Hare (1946)
Bugs Bunny - Haredevil Hare (1948)
Bugs Bunny - Long Haired Hare (1949)
Bugs Bunny - My Bunny Lies Over the Sea (1948)
Bugs Bunny - Rabbits Kin (1952)
Bugs Bunny - Tortoise Wins by a Hare (1943)
Bugs Bunny - Wabbit Twouble (1941)
Bugs Bunny - Water Water Every Hare (1952)
Bugs Bunny - Whats Up Doc (1950)
Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck - Rabbit Fire (1951)
Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck - Rabbit Seasoning (1952)
Bugs Bunny and Elmer - Rabbit of Seville (1950)
Bugs Bunny and Taz - Devil May Hare (1954)
Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam - Ballot Box Bunny (1951)
Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam - Big House Bunny (1950)
Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam - Bunker Hill Bunny (1950)
Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam - High Diving Hare (1949)
Bugs Life A
Bullet in the Head
Bulletproof Monk 2003
Bullets Over Broadway
Bully (Unrated Theatrical Edition)
Burning Paradise (Ringo Lam 1994)
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid A Special Edition
Butchers Wife The