Apollo 13 CD3
As most of you are aware, there is no rescue possible in space flight.
A-Any rescue system the space agency has long since calculated--
Hold this a minute.
Since any rescue system the space agency calculated--
- One sock. - Once you have the sock in place...
- we're gonna want you to bungee... - Work it in.
the entire filter assembly to the bulkhead...
- right above the LEM canister. - We're getting close to 15.
So how does this flight compare to other emergency situations you've faced?
l'd have to say that this is the most serious situation...
we've ever encountered in manned space flight.
- Houston, filter's in place. - Cabin gas return to egress.
Suit circuit relief to close.
- CO2 canister select to secondary. - All right.
l can hear air moving.
Just breathe normal, fellas.
Aquarius, please advise on CO2 status.
Yeah, Houston, we're taking a look at those numbers now.
We're still holding close to 15, Houston.
Roger that. Standing by.
Houston, the CO2 level has dropped to nine...
and it is still falling.
- Yes! - Great. Good job, you guys.
That is good to hear, Aquarius.
And you, sir, are a steely-eyed missile man.
Okay, spacecraft control to computer.
We used way too much power.
There must be a sneak circuit between step seven and ten.
- Which one has the leak? - Don't know that yet, John.
The sequence was wrong. We just have to go back and try 'em one at a time.
You need a break, Ken?
lf they don't get one, l don't get one.
Well, if it won't work, get me another one.
- My son's supposed to be on. - l know, Mrs. Lovell.
- Hi, Blanch. - They can't fix a thing in this place.
Blanch, it's Marilyn.
- l was gonna see Jimmy. - l know. l know.
We came to tell you something.
There's been an accident. Jimmy's okay. He's all right.
But he's not gonna get to walk on the moon.
Well, they said he was.
l know. l know.
Um... that was before.
Now there's been an explosion, and they're all okay.
They're all right. But now they're just going to...
try to figure out a way to get them home.
And it's a little bit dangerous.
Are you scared?
Well, don't you worry, honey.
lf they could get a washing machine to fly...
my Jimmy could land it.
You saw me standing alone
Without a dream in my heart
Without a love of my own
Jack, you'll be happy to hear we contacted President Nixon...
and he's gonna grant you an extension on your income taxes...
since you are most decidedly out of the country.
Roger that, Houston.
That's wonderful news.
Tell them they have to sleep.
Haise is running a fever of 104.
Thirteen, we've had another request from the flight surgeon...
that you fellas get more sleep.
He doesn't like his readings down here.
Let's see how he feels about this.
l am sick and tired of the entire western world...
knowing how my kidneys are functioning!
Flight, l just lost Lovell!
Uh, Thirteen, this is Houston.
Jim, we just had a dropout on your bio-med sensors.
l'm not wearing my bio-med sensors, Houston.
Okay, Jim. Copy that.
Now l'm losing all three of 'em!
lt's just a little medical mutiny, Doc.
l'm sure the guys are still with us.
Let's cut 'em some slack, okay?
lt's not the velocity, it's the angle.
Maybe they're still venting something that's throwing off the trajectory...
but we are definitely shallowing again.
- We are up to a 5.9. - Damn it.
At this rate, they nick the earth's atmosphere and bounce off into space.
- We need another burn to get them back in the corridor. - Definitely another burn.
-Another burn. Copy that. -Fire the engines and get 'em on course.
Aquarius, this is Houston.
Jim, we've got another course correction for you.
Something about another course correction.
Uh, we copy, Houston.
Be advised it's gonna take Freddo and l a while to power up the computer...
for the alignment platform if we have to fire the engine.
Negative on that, Jim.
We can't spare power for the computer.
We gotta do this blind?
Without the computer, what do we use for orientation?
We've got to be able to give these guys something.
Without the power, we can't give them a reading.
l'm not talking about power, l'm talking about reference.
No, there's no references. We have debris up there.
Houston, what's the story with this burn?
We're trying to hash something out down here, Aquarius.
Look, Houston. All we need to hold attitude is one fixed point in space.
- ls that not correct? - Yeah. Roger that, Jim.
Well, Houston, we've got one.
lf we can keep the Earth in the window, flying manually...
the co-ax cross hairs right on its terminator...
all l have to know is: how long do we need to burn the engine?
- The shorter, the better. - Roger that, Jim.
Can they fly it manually and still shut it down...
on time without the computer?
l guess that's the best we can do.
We're out of time.
ln order to enter the atmosphere safely...
the crew must aim for a corridor just two and a half degrees wide.
lf they're too steep, they'll incinerate in the steadily thickening air.
lf they're too shallow, they'll ricochet...
off the atmosphere like a rock skipping off a pond.
The reentry corridor is, in fact, so narrow...
that if this basketball were the Earth...
and this softball were the moon...
and the two were placed 14 feet apart...
the crew would have to hit a target no thicker than this piece of paper.
Okay, people, on your toes. We're doing this one blind.
Gene, l want you to understand we've never tried this before:
burn, cold soak, burn, cold soak, burn, manual control.
Look, it will ignite, will it not?
l just want you to know the engine's never been tried like this.
That's all l'm trying to tell you.
l know what you're trying to do.
l guarantee you, l won't hold you personally responsible.
lf it lights, it lights. Let Lovell do the rest.
They're gonna burn the engines and steer it manually...
attempting to keep the Earth in the window.
Okay, this is gonna take all three of us.
you handle the pitch.
Put on the translation controllers, all backwards.
So if the Earth starts drifting down...
you need to thrust aft, not forward.
l'll do the same on mine with everything else.
We're going to burn at ten percent thrust for 39 seconds.
- Jack, you time us. - Got it.
Give us a count of the last ten seconds up to 39.
Let's not miss this.
You up to this, Freddo?
l'm with you.
Standing by for corridor control burn.
Okay, Jim, you can fire when ready.
You are go for the manual burn.
Okay, X plus button at ten seconds. Mark.
- Come on, baby. One more burn. -Nine, eight...
seven, six, five...
- four, three, - Ullage is go.
two, one, ignition!
- She's burnin'! - Oh, yeah.
- Master arm off. - Okay, here we go.
- Helium regulator on. - R.C.S. is go, 10o/o thrust.
- Bring her around, Freddo. - l'm tryin', but it's draggin'.
- Ten seconds. - Drop it down, Freddo.
- We're driftin'! - No, hold what you got.
- l'll roll it. Back off. - l can't get it stable.
She's dancin' all over the place!
- Come to the right a little bit. - Fifteen seconds.
She's driftin'. l'm losin' attitude.
Hold it right there. That's it. No, Freddo, back!
- Shit! l'm losin' it! - Bring the Earth up.
Forward, Fred. Come on. Forward.
Shit, l lost it! Where is it? Where is it?
7:00. Helium regulator's closed.
Bring it down, Freddo. Just nose it down.
- Okay, uh, okay, l got it! - Thirty seconds.
Little farther. Ease your touch!
Damn it! Damn it, that's mine. That's me. Around.
- A little more. Come on, baby. - Come on, that's it. Hold it. Damn it!
- Back! That's it! Hold it! Steady. - ...seven, eight, nine!
Houston, we have shutdown.
That's close enough, Jim. Good work.
l knew it! l knew it! How about that LEM, huh?
How about it?
- Guess you can keep your job. - You betcha.
Thirteen, stand by. We're evaluating our power usage on that burn.
Well, let's hope we don't have to do that again.
Gentlemen, you've given our guys enough to survive 'til reentry.
Now we gotta get 'em in, so tell me about the power-up procedures.
Here's the order of what l want to do.
l want to power up Guidance, E.C.S., Communications...
warm up the pyros for the parachutes and the command module thrusters.
The thrusters are gonna put you over budget on amps.
They've been sitting at 200 below for four days, John. They gotta be heated.
Fine. Then trade off the parachutes, something.
Well, if the chutes don't open, what's the point?
You're telling me what you need. l'm telling you what we have to work with at this point.
l'm not making this stuff up.
They're going to need all these systems, John.
We do not have the power, Ken. We just don't have it.
Okay, l'm gonna go back and reorganize the sequencing again...
and find more power.
Let's start from scratch. Clear the board.
l don't know where the hell we're gonna find it.
Apollo 13 commander Jim Lovell has more time in space...
almost 24 days already, than any other man...
and l asked him recently if he ever was scared.
l've had an engine flame out a few times in an aircraft...
and was curious as to whether it was going to light up again...
but, uh, they seem to work out.
ls there an instance in an airplane emergency...
when you can recall fear?
Uh, well, l remember this one time...
l'm in a Banshee at night in combat conditions, so there's no running lights on the carrier.
lt was the Shangri-la, and we were in the Sea of Japan.
My radar had jammed, and my homing signal was gone...
because somebody in Japan was actually using the same frequency...
and so it was leading me away from where l was supposed to be.
l'm looking down at a big, black ocean, so l flip on my map light.
Then, suddenly, zap, everything shorts out right there in my cockpit.
All my instruments are gone. My lights are gone and l can't even tell what my altitude is.
l know l'm running out of fuel, so l'm thinking about ditching into the ocean.
l look down there and then, in the darkness...
there's this, uh, there's this green trail.
lt's like a long carpet that's just laid out right beneath me. lt was the algae.
lt was that phosphorescent stuff...
that gets churned up in the wake of a big ship.
lt was, it was, it was just leading me home.
lf my cockpit lights hadn't shorted out...
there's no way l'd have ever been able to see that.
So, uh, you, uh, you never know...
what, what events are going to transpire to get you home.
Spacecraft commander Jim Lovell, no stranger to emergencies.
- How's it going, Fred? - l'm okay.
- What the hell was that?
Let's hope it was just the burst disk.
- Can you confirm a burst helium disk? - We confirm that.
Houston, is that going to affect our, uh, entry angle at all?
Uh, negative. Your entry angle is holding at 6.24, Aquarius.
we, we sure could use...
the reentry procedure up here.
When can we expect that?
Uh, that's coming real soon, Aquarius.
Uh, Houston, we, we--
We just can't throw this together at the last minute.
So, here's what you're gonna do.
You're gonna get the procedure up to us, whatever it is...
and we're gonna go over it step by step, so there's no foul-ups.
l don't have to tell you we're all a little tired up here.
The world's getting awfully big in the window.
- Jim, this is Deke. - lt's Deke.
They don't know how to do it.
- Maybe Jack's right. - Hello there, Deke. What's the story?
We're gonna get that power-up procedure to you.
We're gonna get it as soon as we possibly can.
Ken Mattingly's in the simulator right now.
Ken's working on it?
l know this sequence works, John.
The sequence looks good. We're just over budget on the amperage.
- By how much? - Three or four amps.
Goddamn it, John! ls it three or four?
- Four. - Four!
Four more amps.
We know they have some power left in the LEM batteries, right?
We have an umbilical that provides power from the command module to the LEM.
- lt's backup for the LEM power supply. - l'm listening.
So... reverse it.
Reverse the flow and see if we can draw these four amps...
from the LEM batteries before we cut it lose.
- Why can't we do that? - We don't have a procedure for that?
You're gonna lose a lot in the transfer, Ken.
Yeah, yeah, but all we're talking about here is four amps.
l want whatever you guys got on these power procedures.
- Gene, they're already-- - l don't want the whole bible, just a couple of chapters.
- We've got to get something up to these guys. - They're working on it.
- l'll call the simulator and get an estimate. - Goddamn it!
l don't want another estimate! l want the procedures... now!
l.M.U. is up.
- How am l reading? - Fine, so far.
- Say again. - You're under the limit. Keep going.
Okay. Floodlights to fixed.
Okay, l'm bringing up the guidance.
Here we go.
C.M.C. attitude l.M.U.
C.M.C. mode, auto, and we're on the computer.
- Go ahead. - ls your computer on now?
Up and running. How do we look?
l think we got it, buddy.
Arthur, my notes are clear on that last sequence, right?
- Excuse me, gentlemen. - l was getting a little blurry there.
Here's Ken. Here's John.
lt's good to see you, Ken.
This is the sequence.
- Was it tried on the hardware yet? - We didn't have time.
Aquarius, Houston. Do you read?
Yeah, we read you, Ken.
Are the flowers blooming in Houston?
Uh, that's a negative, Jim. l don't have the measles.
Jim, is Jack in there with you?
Uh, yeah, stand by one. We gotta get him on comm.
- Put those on the table. - Oh, damn it. Thanks, Jackie.
l think it would really help if you could...
just distract her when the heavy predictions come in.
- Yeah, yeah. We'll give it a shot. - Thanks.
Blanch, these nice, young men are gonna watch the television with you.
This is Neil Armstrong, and this is Buzz Aldrin.
Nice to meet you.
- Hi. - Are you boys in the space program too?
Okay, Jack, give me a read-back on that last procedure.
Uh, stand by, Ken.
Ken, l'm having trouble reading my own writing.
l guess l was a little more tired than l thought.
Uh, don't worry, Jack. l'll talk you through it.
Okay, find the main bus breakers on panel 11.
Yeah, main bus breakers.
- Got it. - Close main bus B.
Ken, there's an awful lot of condensation on these panels.
What's the word on these things shorting out?
Uh, we'll just take that one at a time, Jack.
lt's like tryin' to drive a toaster through a car wash.
Main bus B is closed.
Okay, Thirteen, we're coming up on entry interface.
Flight, we're still shallowing up a bit in the reentry corridor.
lt's almost like they're underweight.
- Now how could they be underweight? - We didn't land on the moon.
- Rocks? - That's affirm.
Uh, one more thing, Jim.
While Jack's working on the power-up, we'd like you and Freddo...
to transfer some ballast over to the command module.
Uh, say again, Houston. Ballast?
Um, that's affirm. We got to get the weight right.
We were expecting you to be toting a couple hundred pounds of moon rocks.
- Now, Jack. - Yeah, go ahead, Ken.
Okay, now, uh, panel five.
Circuit breaker caution and warning main B closed.
Main B closed.
Master alarm off.
Okay, Jack, uh, on panel seven, B-MAG number two, power to warm-up.
B-MAG number two, power to warm-up done.
Sequential logic one and two on.
Sequential logic... two on.
C.M.R.C.S. pressure on.
As her husband prepares to jettison his lunar module lifeboat...
Marilyn Lovell waits with her children, her neighbors...
and, we are told, Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin.
Only the Lovell's eldest son, Jay, is absent...
as he holds vigil with his classmates...
at the St. Johns Military Academy in Wisconsin.
ABC News science editor Jules Bergman.
With a crippled command module, and surviving by using the LEM's systems...
there can be no easy maneuver.
Their LEM lifeboat is doing things and working longer...
than it was ever intended to.
lt's a race against time until splashdown.
Okay, Jack, we're ready to see if the computer will accept...
- uplink of the reentry data now. - Okay, the l.M.U. is up.
- uplink of the reentry data now. - Okay, the l.M.U. is up.
- We got our eight-balls back. - Copy that.
Okay, Ken, uh, uplink telemetry, command module to accept, right?
That's affirm. Go ahead and try it.
- Yeah. That's more like it. - We're back in business.
- Yeah. - Okay, let's go.
Look at your amps. How we doin'?
We got her back up, Ken.
Boy, l wish you were here to see it.
l'll bet you do.
Way to go, Jack.
- Flight, this is RETRO. - Go, RETRO.
Flight, we are looking at a typhoon warning...
-on the edge of the prime recovery zone. -Say again, RETRO.
We are looking at a typhoon warning on the edge of the prime recovery area.
This is just a warning. lt could miss them.
Only if their luck changes.
Jim, we're ready for S.M. jettison!
All right, Jack, on three!
- upward thrust. - We're loose!
We have service module jettison.
Okay, Houston, service module is free.
We're gonna take a look at what we have here.
There it is. l see it!
Houston, we're getting our first look at the service module now.
One whole side of the spacecraft is missing.
Right by the high gain antennae a whole panel is blown out...
right up, right up to our heat shield.
Uh, copy that, Aquarius.
lt looked like it got the engine bell too. Can you see that?
Oh, man, that's incredible.
The heat shield.
The heat will build up to as much as 3,000 or 4,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
On a lunar reentry flight, the heat approaches 4,000 degrees.
So, uh, Blanch?
Blanch? Did Jim make Eagle Scout or not?
- Yes, he did. - He did.
lf the heat shield is even slightly cracked...
the extreme cold could have split it wide open.
Worst of all, if the pyrotechnics that control the parachutes...
have been damaged, the chutes may not open at all...
causing the spacecraft to hit the water not at a gentle 20 miles per hour...
but at a suicidal 300.
Perhaps never in human history...
has the entire world been united by such a global drama.
ln New York City, thousands of people have gathered...
to watch updates of the mission in Times Square.
Many countries offered help, and the State Department said...
it would ask for it if it were needed.
The House and Senate passed resolutions calling on the American people...
to pray tonight for the astronauts.
ln Rome, Pope Paul led 50,000 people...
in prayers for the safe return of the astronauts.
ln Jerusalem, prayers at the Wailing Wall.
Uh, it's about time to bail out of this ship, Freddo.
l'm, uh-- l'm freezing.
Can you hold out just a little longer?
- Long as l have to. - Aw, come on.
lt won't be long. Just a little while longer, Freddo.
Just a little while longer. We're gonna hit that water in the South Pacific.
Open up that hatch.
- lt's 80 degrees out there. - Eighty degrees.
- You are a mess. - Y-Yeah.
Odyssey, Houston. Uh, how we doin', guys?
We're closing in on lunar module jettison.
As you know, that is time critical.
We should be making our move into the command module.
Let's get that hatch buttoned up,
and, when you get a chance, let us know how you're doing.
Let me give you a hand there, Freddo.
We're coming up on LEM jettison.
ls everyone strapped in, Ken? We're getting real close.
Uh, copy that, Flight. Uh, 13, Houston. Uh, we're coming up on LEM jettison.
Have you got everybody in the Odyssey?
Yeah, Ken, l'm gonna check those pyro batteries one more time here.
Okay, the pyro batts look good.
l don't think we're gonna have to tie the other batteries.
Sorry, Jack, this is an old habit.
l'm kind of used to the pilot's seat. She's yours to fly.
Okay, Odyssey, l want to double check some reentry procedures...
right after we jettison the LEM, which is coming up in 30 seconds.
What is that?
Oh, l was getting a little punchy...
and l didn't want to cut the LEM loose with you guys still in it.
That's good thinking.
Stand by, Houston.
We have lunar module jettison.
She sure was a good ship.
Farewell, Aquarius, and we thank you.
lt's almost time, honey.
Let me put it this way.
The trajectory may be off. Their thrusters may be frozen.
Their guidance system might be malfunctioning.
Their heat shield could be cracked.
And their parachutes might be three blocks of ice.
Clearly, we have some obstacles to overcome.
Yeah, okay, but now l'm asking you, when will we know?
Well, blackout lasts for three minutes.
lf they're not back in four, we'll know.
Velocity now reading 34,802 feet per second.
- Range to go 2,625 nautical miles. - Copy that.
Okay, Ken, we are aligned for reentry.
Jim, we're going to need that computer reentry program.
- Fred, how are the batteries looking? - Okay. Batt A looks good.
Reentry interface in one minute...
- Batt B, no volts, the amps are okay. - and 30 seconds.
shit, no volts, only two amps.
lt may die before the main chutes open.
Roger. Let's tie all the batteries onto main A and main B.
Flight, they're still shallowing a bit up there. Do you want to tell 'em?
- ls there anything we can do about it? - Not now, Flight.
- Then they don't need to know, do they? - Copy that.
RETRO says the typhoon is still a presence in the splashdown area?
- Yeah. - We got the parachute situation...
the heat shield, the angle of trajectory and the typhoon.
There's so many variables, l'm a little at a loss--
l know what the problems are.
This could be the worst disaster NASA's ever experienced.
With all due respect, sir, l believe this is going to be our finest hour.
Expect entry interface in 45 seconds.
And on my mark, your velocity...
will be 35,245 feet per second.
Mark 35 seconds to entry interface.
it's been a privilege flying with you.
Flight, we have loss of radio contact.
Expect to regain signal in three minutes.
lt all depends on the heat shield.
Back to the lwo Jima and our live cameras there.
The Navy recovery and rescue helicopters already airborne...
circling, waiting for first radar contact.
Coming up now on three minutes until time of drogue deployment.
Bill, what time you got?
Standing by for any reports of acquisition.
One minute and 30 seconds to end of blackout.
No reentering ship has ever taken longer...
than three minutes to emerge from blackout.
This is the critical moment. Will the heat shield hold?
Will the command module survive the intense heat of reentry?
lf it doesn't, there'll only be silence.
- Mommy, you're squishing me. - Oops, sorry, sweetie.
Okay, Flight, that's three minutes.
- We are standing by for acquisition. - Copy that.
Odyssey, Houston. Do you read me?
Odyssey, this is Houston. Do you read?
Expected time of reacquisition...
the time when the astronauts were expected to come out of blackout...
has come and gone.
About all any of us can do now is just listen and hope.
We're about to learn whether or not that heat shield...
which was damaged by the explosion three days ago...
has withstood the inferno of reentry.
Odyssey, this is Houston. Do you read me?
Odyssey, Houston. Do you read?
Three minutes, 30 seconds. Standing by.
Odyssey, Houston. Do you read?
Odyssey, this is Houston. Do you read me?
That's four minutes. Standing by.
Odyssey, uh, Houston. Do you read?
Hello, Houston, this is Odyssey.
lt's good to see you again.
Odyssey, Houston. Welcome home.
We're glad to see you.
- Good job, Ken. Good job. - Thank you.
They made it. They made it.
- Yeah! - Lunney.
Houston, we're at stable one. The ship is secure.
This is Apollo 13 signing off.
Our mission was called a successful failure...
in that we returned safely, but never made it to the moon.
ln the following months, it was determined...
that a damaged coil built inside the oxygen tank...
sparked during our cryo stir and caused the explosion that crippled the Odyssey.
lt was a minor defect that occurred two years...
before l was named the flight's commander.
Fred Haise was going back to the moon on Apollo 18...
but his mission was canceled because of budget cuts.
He never flew in space again.
Nor did Jack Swigert, who left the astronaut corps...
and was elected to Congress from the state of Colorado.
But he died of cancer before he was able to take office.
Ken Mattingly orbited the moon as command module pilot of Apollo 16...
and flew the space shuttle, having never gotten the measles.
Gene Kranz retired as Director of Flight Operations just not long ago.
And many other members of Mission Control have gone on to other things...
but some are still there.
And as for me...
the seven extraordinary days of Apollo 13 were my last in space.
l watched other men walk on the moon and return safely...
all from the confines of Mission Control and our house in Houston.
l sometimes catch myself looking up at the moon...
remembering the changes of fortune in our long voyage...
thinking of the thousands of people who worked to bring the three of us home.
l look up at the moon and wonder...
when will we be going back...
and who will that be?
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Alias 02x12 - The Getaway
Alias 02x13 - Phase One
Alias 02x14 - Double Agent
Alias 02x15 - A Free Agent
Alias 02x16 - Firebomb
Alias 02x17 - A Dark Turn
Alias 02x18 - Truth Takes Time
Alias 02x19 - Endgame
Alias 02x20 - Countdown
Alias 02x21 - Second Double
Alias 02x22 - The Telling
Alias 3x01 - The two
Alias 3x02 - Succession
Alias 3x03 - Reunion
Alias 3x04 - A missing link
Alias 3x05 - Repercussions
Alias 3x06 - The nemesis
Alias 3x07 - Prelude
Alias 3x08 - Breaking point
Alias 3x09 - Conscious
Alias 3x10 - Remnants
Alias 3x11 - Full disclosure
Alias 3x12 - Crossings
Alias 3x13 - After six
Alias 3x14 - Blowback
Alias 3x15 - Facade
Alias 3x16 - Taken
Alias 3x17 - The frame
Alias 3x18 - Unveiled
Alias 3x19 - Hourglass
Alias 3x20 - Blood ties
Alias 3x21 - Legacy
Alias 3x22 - Resurrection
Alice Doesnt Live Here Anymore 1974 CD1
Alice Doesnt Live Here Anymore 1974 CD2
Alice et Martin 1998 CD1
Alice et Martin 1998 CD2
Alice in Wonderland
Alices Adventures in Wonderland
Alien Directors Cut
Alien Resurrection 1997 CD1
Alien Resurrection 1997 CD2
Alien Vs Predator
Aliens (special edition) 1986 CD1
Aliens (special edition) 1986 CD2
All About Eve
All About Lily Chou-Chou CD1
All About Lily Chou-Chou CD2
All About My Father (Alt Om Min Far)
All I Want for Christmas 1991
All Night Long
All That Heaven Allows
All The Kings Men
All The Pretty Horses 23.976fps
All the Little Animals 1998
Alladin and the Wonderful Lamp
Allegro non troppo
Alliance garden state
Along Came Polly
Along came a spider
Alt Om Min Far (All About My Father)
Alvarez Kelly CD1
Alvarez Kelly CD2
Alzheimer Case The (2003) CD1
Alzheimer Case The (2003) CD2
Amantes del Circulo Polar Los (1998)
Amants Criminels Les
Amar Akbar Anthony - Manmohan Desai 1977 CD1
Amar Akbar Anthony - Manmohan Desai 1977 CD2
Amelie From Montmartre CD1
Amelie From Montmartre CD2
Amelie or The Time To Love CD1
Amelie or The Time To Love CD2
American Movie - The Making Of Northwestern CD1
American Movie - The Making Of Northwestern CD2
American Pie (UK)
American Pie - Rated Version
American Pie 2
American Wedding (Unrated)
American Werewolf in London CD1
American Werewolf in London CD2
American in Paris An
Americas Sweethearts (2001)
Amerikanische Soldat Der (1970)
Amic-Amat (Beloved-Friend 1999)
Amiche Le 1955
Amityville 2 - The Possession 1982
Amityville 3 - The Demon 1983
Amityville 4 - The Evil Escapes 1989
Amityville Horror 5 - The Curse 1990
Amityville Horror 6 - Its About Time (1992)
Amityville Horror The CD1
Amityville Horror The CD2
Amor Brujo El (Carlos Saura 1986)
Amour en Fuite L
Amour en fuite Le 1979
An American Werewolf in Paris
An Autumn Afternoon 1962
Anacondas - The Hunt For The Blood Orchid
Analyze That (2002)
Analyze This (1999)
Anatomie 2 2003
Anatomy of a Murder 1959 CD1
Anatomy of a Murder 1959 CD2
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself
And God Created Woman
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself
Andaz Apna Apna
Andrei Rublev 1969 Directors Cut CD1
Andrei Rublev 1969 Directors Cut CD2
Angel Heart Devil Face
Angels In America - Chapter 1
Angels In America - Chapter 2
Angels In America - Chapter 3
Angels In America - Chapter 4
Angels In America - Chapter 5
Angels In America - Chapter 6
Angels With Dirty Faces 1938
Angels of the Universe
Anglaise et le duc La (Rohmer Eric 2001)
Animals Are Beautiful People
Anna In Kungfu Land 2003
Anne Frank - The Whole Story CD1
Anne Frank - The Whole Story CD2
Annie Get Your Gun
Annie Hall 1977
Anniversary Party The
Another 48 Hours
Another Heaven CD1
Another Heaven CD2
Any Given Sunday
Anywhere But Here
Apartment The CD1
Apartment The CD2
Apocalypse Now - Redux
Apollo 13 CD1
Apollo 13 CD2
Apollo 13 CD3
Appartement Le 1996 CD1
Appartement Le 1996 CD2
April Fools Day
Architekten Die 1990
Arizona Dream CD1
Arizona Dream CD2
Armata Brancaleone Le
Arme des ombres Le (Jean-Pierre Melville 1969) CD1
Arme des ombres Le (Jean-Pierre Melville 1969) CD2
Army in the Shadows 1969 CD1
Army in the Shadows 1969 CD2
Aro Tolbukhin En la Mente del Asesino (Agustin Villaronga 2002)
Around The World In 80 Days 2004 CD1
Around The World In 80 Days 2004 CD2
Around The World In 80 Days CD1
Around The World In 80 Days CD2
Arsenic And Old Lace 1944
Art Of War The
Arven (2003) CD1
Arven (2003) CD2
As Long As My Feet Will Carry Me CD1
As Long As My Feet Will Carry Me CD2
As bodas de Deus (1998) CD1
As bodas de Deus (1998) CD2
Asphalt Jungle The
Asterix In Britain 1986
Asterix and Obelix Mission Cleopatra 2002
At Close Range
At Kende Sanheden
Atlantis - The Lost Empire
Atlantis Milos Return 2003
Atlantis The Lost Empire
Attack The Gas Station
Au Hasard Balthazar
Audition The (1999 Japanese)
Austin Powers - International Man Of Mystery
Austin Powers - The Spy Who Shagged Me
Austin Powers I
Austin Powers in Goldmember
Autumn Sonata 1978
Avenging Fist The
Aventuras de Robinson Crusoe Las
Avventura La 1960 CD1
Avventura La 1960 CD2
Awara Paagal Deewana
Awful Truth The
Azul y Blanco
Azumi 2003 CD1
Azumi 2003 CD2