Nelly (Felicity Jones), a happily-married mother and schoolteacher, is haunted by her past. Her memories, provoked by remorse and guilt, take us back in time to follow the story of her relationship with Charles Dickens (Ralph Fiennes) with whom she discovered an exciting but fragile complicity.
Dickens - famous, controlling and emotionally isolated within his success - falls for Nelly, who comes from a family of actors. The theatre is a vital arena for Dickens - a brilliant amateur actor - a man more emotionally coherent on the page or on stage, than in life. As Nelly becomes the focus of Dickens' passion and his muse, for both of them secrecy is the price, and for Nelly a life of "invisibility".
No More Ladies movie trailer - starring Joan Crawford, Franchot Tone, Robert Montgomery, Charlie Ruggles, Edna May Oliver. Directed by Edward H. Griffith. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Invisible Woman movie trailer - starring John Barrymore, Virginia Bruce, Charlie Ruggles, John Howard, Charles Ruggles, Oskar Homolka. Directed by A. Edward Sutherland. Genre: Comedy
Rating: Not Rated
Classic comedy about a British valet who becomes the employee of a gruff American rancher in a poker game. Nominated for Best Picture Academy Award!
Summoned to account for the crime of smiling at the visiting princess (Miriam Hopkins), Viennese soldier Niki (Maurice Chevalier) rolls the dice with her father the king (George Barbier), in Ernst Lubitsch's The Smiling Lieutenant, 1931.
In Paris, English valet Ruggles (Charles Laughton) tries to keep up as his new American employer Floud (Charlie Ruggles) ditches his wife's cultural instructions and trashes social barriers, in Leo McCarey's Ruggles Of Red Gap, 1935.
As exemplary as an Ernst Lubitsch opening can be, Viennese soldier Niki (Maurice Chevalier), visited twice but not seen, then opening with a song by Oscar Straus and Clifford Grey, in The Smiling Lieutenant, 1931.
His first day with his new American employers shopping in Paris, Charles Laughton (title character) mediates between Egbert (Charlie Ruggles) and Effie (Mary Boland) Floud, and a snooty salesman (Armand Kaliz), in Leo McCarey's Ruggles Of Red Gap, 1935.
Valet Charles Laughton (title character), at his first social in his new American home town, meets forthright widow Mrs. Judson (ZaSu Pitts), having given up resisting his new employers' determination to declare him a colonel, in Leo McCarey's Ruggles Of Red Gap, 1935.
There's magic in the memories as great Disney moments are captured right here for you and your family to enjoy. You don't have to own a pet to enjoy this story of a happy suburban household gone to the dogs! The Garrisons (Dean Jones and Suzanne Pleshette) are the "proud parents" of three adorable dachshund pups -- and one overgrown Great Dane named Brutus, who nevertheless thinks of himself as a dainty dachsie. His identity crisis results in an uproarious series of household crises that reduce the Garrisons' house to shambles -- and viewers to howls of laughter!
After one year too many on the road with a ramshackle jazz band, Lem Siddons (Fred MacMurray) decides to put down roots. He marries sweetheart Vida Downey (Vera Miles) and embarks on a lifelong roller-coaster ride as a scoutmaster to a steady stream of high-spirited youngsters. Set against lovingly recreated scenes of 1930's America, this family classic shines with warmth and humor.
A Great Dane who thinks he's a Dachshund creates havoc for the family.
A man settles down in a small town and becomes the scoutmaster.
Medfield's lovable but hopelessly absent-minded professor -- Ned Brainard (Fred MacMurray) -- bounces back in this classic Disney film with hilarious new mishaps when he experiments with the amazing by-products of his startling anti-gravity substance, "flubber." Windows shatter, football players fly, and thunderstorms materialize indoors as Professor Brainard fights to keep Medfield College from falling into the hands of ruthless land developer Alonzo Hawk (Keenan Wynn).
Ben arranges for a horse race unaware that the outcome has been fixed.
Herman cheers the family with the happy news that he has been promoted at the mortuary where he is employed and that, starting the following Monday, he will be driving the hearse.
Also Available On Netflix
Aunt Clara tells Samantha and Endora she is hiding from warlock Hedley Partridge, because she fears her old beau will discover her magic no longer works. Seeing in Hedley a husband for Aunt Clara, who has become a problem, Endora invites him to the Stephens home. Samantha decides to make sure Aunt Clara's tricks work. Unaware of this, Aunt Clara is sure her gift is returned when she matches all of Hedley's tricks. When Samantha goes out of the room, Aunt Clara tries to follow Hedley's ro-mantic suggestion that they turn themselves into nightingales, but Hedley becomes an animal, while Aunt Clara's lower half disappears.
Herman must regain his license to accept a promotion as driver of the hearse at the funeral parlor.
Aunt Clara tells Samantha and Endora she is hiding from warlock Hedley Partridge, because she fears her old beau will discover her magic no longer works.
Also Available On Crackle
Aunt Bee and her new beau go out on the town.
Also Available On iTunes and Amazon Prime
U.N.C.L.E. discovers that THRUSH is controlled by a giant, malevolent computer--which Napoleon and Illya must destroy.
Also Available On Amazon Instant Video and VUDU
Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!