5, 6, 7, 8!
What do you think the hell this is?
You, you're up in 5.
-Keep the change, Charlie. |-Thank you.
Where the hell have you been? |And where is Veronica?
She's on stalked tonight.
But tonight's your sister act.
Don't sweat it. l'll do it alone.
All right! Move it! Hurry up!
Ladies and gentlemen,
the Onyx club proudly presents |Chicago's hottest show.
Two Jazz babes moving as one.
The Kelly sisters!
Let's go, babe.
But l didn't even meet your friend. |That manager guy.
Don't worry, Roxie. |lt's all taken care of.
You told him about me?
Yeah, l did. lt's all moving.
-Hello, Mrs. Borusewicz. |-Mrs. Hart.
This is Fred.
He's my brother.
Say it again.
You're a star, kid. |My little shooting star!
Say it again, Fred.
Hey, why is the hurry?
Amos ain't be home until midnight. |Freddie?
Hey, you know, l don't want you |to feel like l'm nagging or anything.
But don't you think it's about time |for me to meet your friend down at the Onyx?
lt's been a month |since you told him about me.
Cause that was the night they met Kelly, |plus her husband and her sister.
You know, they said you |found them in a kit together.
Guess from where it from.
Amos opened it to somebody else. |l throw him a party.
-You're not going away, right? |-lt's getting late.
l've been thinking a lot about my anthem.
Whenever l get a good idea, l write it down |at my diary before it puts off in my head.
And you know what've come to me?
The other day, |that all the really knock-out acts.
Have something more different |going on, you know?
Like, a signature bed. |And l thought my thing could be a loaf.
Give them just enough to feel hungry |but always leave them one more.
Once l get a name for myself. |Maybe we can open up a club in Varum, you know?
You could run it, |and l could be the headliner.
-Get off. |-What's the idea?
Wake up, kiddo, you aren't |never gonna have an act.
Who says so?
Face it, Roxie. |You're two big towers with skinny legs.
And l'm just a furniture salesman.
But you got connections. |You know, that guy down the club...
There's no guy.
Yeah, that night...
lt's the first time l set foot in that joint. |l get clicked from the trombone player.
So you never told anyone about me?
Sugar, you're hot stuff. |l would say anything to get a piece of that.
Stay then. Now?
lt has some laughs. |Let's just leave it like that.
You can't do this to me.
You get off!
You touch me again, |l'll put your lights out.
-Wait... |-Your husband will be home soon,
why don't you watch yourself. |Don't head into shit again.
-You're a liar, Fred. |-Oh, yeah, so what?
You lied to me...
That's right, sweetheart. |That's right.
You son of a bitch... |Son of a bitch!
You son of a bitch!
Why you bothering, Sal? |This one's all wrapped up.
l hear it's a new city record. |From killing to confession in an hour for that.
Why did you get a murder weapon?
l keep a gun in the underway drawer. |Just in case it trouble, you know.
That's just fine. |Sign right there, Mr. Hart.
For you, l'm gladly. Really in gladly.
And mind that you don't say we beat you up |when you at the witness stand.
No, l give myself up. |Surrender at my own free will.
lt's indeed you're the murderer.
Shooting a burglar ain't murder.
l'm always grateful |if the citizens know the law.
Get him there.
Okay, from the top.
A man has got the right to protect |his home and his love one, right?
Of course he has.
l come home from the garage, |l see him climbing through the window.
With my wife Roxie lying there, |sleeping like an angel.
ls that true, Mrs. Hart?
l'm telling you, that's the truth. |My wife has nothing to do with it.
She won't hurt a worm. |Not even a worm.
Until l fired the first shot, |then she opened her eyes.
She was somehow in sleep. |l would say she sleeps in charisma pray.
When l think of what would happen |if l went off for a beer with the guy
instead of coming straight home, |it makes me sick even think about it...
For her first number, Ms. Roxie Hart |would like to sing a song of Loving Devotion.
Dedicated to her dear husband, Amos.
Like l said, even though l shot him, |he kept coming at me.
So l had to pull the trigger again.
And supposed if... just supposed if |he violated her or something.
You know what l mean, violated?
l know what you mean.
Or something. |Think how terrible it'd have been.
lt's good thing l got home from work |on time. l'm telling you that.
l say l'm telling you that.
The name of deceased is Fred Casely.
How could he be a burglar? My wife |knows him. He sold us our furniture.
He gave us 10% off.
You told me he was the burglar? |-You mean he was dead when you ot home?
l'm covering for her. She was telling |me some story about this burglar.
And l'd say l did it |because l was sure to get off.
''Help me, Amos.'' she said, |''lt's my goddamn hour-need.''
And l believed that cheap little |tramp. She's too smart on me, huh?
And l protected her...
l'm on the garage with my butt 14 hours a day. |And she's now promoted to a bon-bon?
And traveling around like some |goddamn pussy!
She thought she can pull the world |by that l wasn't pulled yet.
l tell you that something that l can take. |And this time she pushed me too far.
l didn't shoot him. |The woman is sucks!
You double-crosser! You big bluffer |mouth! You promised you'd stay...
What're you talking about? |You've been setting me up, Roxie!
-Goddamn it! |-You told me it was a burglar!
The whole time you've been jazzing...
You are a disloyal husband!
Look, it's true. l shoot him.
But it was self-defense. |He was trying to burgle me.
From what l hear, he's been burgled you |three times a week for the last month.
So what do you say, Mrs.?
-That's him, all right. |-Thank you.
Your story doesn't work, Mrs. Hart. |So try this emphasize.
Fred Casely was a good time on the |side but goofy here is a meal ticket.
Meal ticket? |He couldn't buy my liquor.
And Fred Casely could?
With a wife and five little Caselys? |Or he forgot to mention them.
That bastard! Yes, l killed him. |l would kill him again!
Once was enough. |Take her downtown. Come on.
Take off! This way, honey.
Oh, come on. lt's a shame |to hide such a beautiful face.
Why you shoot him, honey?
Why don't you give a profile, |a little smile like the girl in the toothpaste ad?
Take while you can. |The case is down.
District attorney Harrison |says this is a hanging case.
Hanging? |-l'm reay to go to the jury tomorrow.
Wait a minute, |what do you mean hanging?
Not so confident anymore, are you? |Take her to the Cooke County Jail.
Come on, sweetie. Headline. |What did you shoot him? ls it...
Hey, what do you mean hanging?
...Caffeine or cocaine?
Arm length. 31 inches...
The matrons are on the way. |So don't get too cozy.
Put off that cigarettes!
Ever had Morton before?
as long as you keep her happy.
And now, ladies and gentlemen.
The keeper of the keys, |the counties of the clink,
the mistress of murderers' row. |Matron Mama Morton!
On your feet.
You might think l'd make your life |a living hell, which is not true.
l'd be your friend if you let me.
So if something upsets you |or makes you unhappy in any way,
don't shoot your fat-ass mouth on me |'cause l won't give a shit. Now move it out.
You must be Hart. |You're a pretty one.
Thank you, ma'am.
Why don't you call me Mama? |We can take care of you.
You'd be happy taken down in these blocks. |Murderers' Row, we called it.
Oh, is that nicer?
l don't think l really belong in it. |l didn't actually do anything wrong.
Don't need to tell me, honey. |l never heard of a man getting killed.
Hey, mama. Come here.
You're the Velma Kelly?
You know l was there that night? |l was there that night that you got arrested.
Yeah, you're happy in Chicago. |Look at this, Mama.
Another story of announcing me |in Redbook magazine.
Not in memory do we recall |so finishing horrible in double homicide.
Maybe you couldn't |buy that kind of publicity.
Couldn't buy it?
l guess l can keep these then.
Mama? lt's... kinda freezing in here.
You don't think maybe there's |something wrong with the heat?
Not that l'm complaining, |but... you know...
lf you can bring |something on the way...
Lights out, ladies.
And now, the six merry murderers |from the Cooke county jail
in their rendition of The |Seven-block Tango.
You know how people have |these little habit that get you down.
Like, Bernie. |Bernie likes to chew gum.
No, not chew. Pop.
So l came home this one day, |and l'm really irritated.
l'm looking for a little bit sympathy.
And there's Bernie, lying on the |couch, drinking a beer and chewing.
No, not chewing. Popping!
So l said to him, |''You pop that gum one more time...''
And he did.
So l took the shotgun of the wall |and l fired two warning shots...
into his head.
l met Ezekial Young from Suntex |City about two years ago.
And he told me he was single. |And we hit it off right away.
We started living together.
He got to work. He came home. |l fixed him a drink. We did dinner.
And then l found out.
Single, he told me. Single my ass!
Not only he was married, |oh no, he has 6 wives.
One of those moments, you know.
So that night when he came home from work, |l fixed him his drink, as usual.
You know some guy just |can't hold their ass in it.
Now l'm standing in the kitchen.
Cooking a chicken for dinner, |minding my own business.
ln storm my husband |Wilbur in a jealous rage.
''You've been screwing the |milkman,'' he said. He was crazy.
And he kept on screaming, |''You've been screwing the milkman!''
And he ran into my knife.
He ran into my knife 10 times.
Yeah, but did she do it?
My sister Veronica |and l had this double act.
And my husband Charlie |traveled around with this.
Nevertheless, the number in our act |we did these 20 acrobatic tricks in a row.
1 . 2. 3. 4. 5. Split. |Spread eagle. Back flip. Flip-flop...
One right after the other.
So this one night before the show, |we were down in the hotel, Sisera.
The three of us spoofing, |having a few laughs.
And we ran out of ice. |So l go out to get some.
l come back. Open the door.
And there's Veronica and Charlie, |doing number 17:
the spread eagle!
Well, l was in such a static shock.
l completely blacked out. |l can't remember a thing.
lt was until later, when l was |washing the blood of my hands,
l even knew they were dead!
l love Al Lipschitz more than |l could possibly say.
He was a real artistic guy.
Sensitive. A painter.
But he was always |trying to find himself.
He goes out every night |looking for himself and on the way...
he found Ruth,
Gladies, Rosemary, and lrving.
l guess you could say we broke |a bit artistic differences.
He saw himself is alive.
And l saw him dead.
Who brings along them?
-lt doesn't belong to you. |-Who then?
Heard they were Velma's.
Hunyak does |all her laundry for a week.
Fresh towels for change.
Make it quick.
...l can take care of you.
There're a couple of things, |let me analyze to you.
Now, Billy Flynn set a travel on March 5th. |March 7th, you would be quit.
On March 8th, you know |what Mama gonna do for you?
Mama gonna put you back |on the Vonville circus.
So now you're an agent too?
Until you install private line in your cell, |all calls are gonna go through me.
What kind of dough are we talking about?
You know, it's a crazy world.
l mean, Babe Ruth is playing |in palace for $5,000 a week.
Yeah. And what about |someone with real talent?
Well, l can talk |to the boys over Wianmarx.
With your recent sensation activity, |they seems of thinking to give you $2,500.
$2,500? Geez, the most |me and Veronica made is 35,000.
That's what happens when you |have a Redbook presentation.
You know what, Mama?
l always wanted to play |in big Gym Conesus most.
Do you think you can get me that?
The Gyms? l don't know.
lt gonna take you |another phone call.
How much is that gonna cost?
Come on, Velma. l feel about you.
You're like family to me. |You're like one of my own.
-l'll do for 50 bucks. |-50 bucks for a phone call?
You must've got |a lot of wrong numbers, Mama.
Oh, Miss Kelly. |That's your personals.
Oh, no. lt's my pleasure.
Hey, listen. |Can l ask you something?
You know that Harrison guy?
He said that what |l've done is a hanging case
and he's prepared to ask |for the maximum penalty.
So, l'm scared. |l'm sure would appreciate some advice,
especially from |someone l admire as much as you.
Since l can remember, |l have wanted to be on the stage.
Really? What's your talent? |Washing and drying?
No. l dance in the chorus. |That was before l met my husband...
Look, honey, you want some advice?
Here it is, direct from me to you.
Keep your pawns |off my underwear, okay?
Thanks... for nothing.
She's not that nice, ain't she?
l tell you, no matter how big she |gives, she's still as common as ever.
l'd like to help you, baby.
So, what do you |figure to use it for grounds?
What do you mean grounds?
What are you gonna tell the jury?
l'm afraid l have to tell him the truth.
-The truth? |-Yeah.
That's the one |we take you to the death house.
Holy mother of God.
Relax. l mean, in this town, |murder is a formal entertainment.
Besides, in 47 years Cooke County |never hangs a woman yet.
So even it's 47 and 1, they won't hang you. |-Jesus Mary Joseph.
lt's nothing wrong with the people. |What you need, is Billy Flynn.
-Who? |-Billy Flynn.
Some of the best |criminal lawyer in lllinois.
He knows about juries and women.
How do you get this Billy Flynn?
Not by prayer, dear.
First, you give me a hundred dollars. |Then l'll make a phone call.
A hundred dollars? Will you just...
l mean, it seems |pretty stiff for a phone call.
Over these work that we sent,
he never lost |a case for a female client yet.
And a sweet little puss like yours,
let's just say |what a blindness you got.
He never lost a case?
Never. Every girl in this place would kill |to have Billy Flynn representing them.
Ladies and gentlemen, presenting |the silver tongue, prince of the courtroom,
the one and only... Billy Flynn!
Good morning, ladies.
You tell him, sweetheart.
Excuse me, gentlemen. Miss Kelly, |do you remember anything at all about that night?
l passed out. |l can't remember a thing.
Only that l didn't do it.
Any idea who did it?
No. But my client |is offering a substantial reward
to anyone with |information about this crime.
How much is the reward, Miss Kelly?
-l don't know, how much? |-We'll work it out after the trial.
Now, if there's no more question, |Miss Kelly and l have got a lot of work to do.
Flynn, what is that about the reward?
lf the reporters ask again, |deny the whole thing later on.
-Thank you! |-One more question...
-Mr. Flynn, l'm Roxie Hart. |-Who?
Roxie Hart, you heard about me.
Oh, yeah. The cute one.
l was hoping that you might represent me.
You have $5,000?
That's a lot of money.
Mama didn't say anything about $5,000.
Okay, Mr. Flynn.
l'm not very good at this sort of thing, but...
Maybe we could make some |sort of arrangement between us.
And l can be an awfully good sport.
Good, you got the idea system.
Listen, you mean just one thing to me.
You call me when you got $5,000.
Oh, he'll see you now.
Amos, my name is Amos.
That's right. Take a seat.
You know, you're a remarkable man.
Who has two times used. |Pluck the guy and try to pick it on you.
Most men are gonna dim like that swing.
But no, you're sticking by her. |Actually you're a hero in my eyes.
That's right. l'm a hero.
Did you bring the money?
l didn't do as well as l hoped. |But, l will, Mr. Flynn. l will.
This is only a thousand.
Plus this 300 l borrow from the guy |down at the garage,
and the 700 from the building in Long Fund.
And that's all l got so far.
But l'd give you $20 of my salary every week. |l'd give you a note with interest.
Double, triple, |until every cent is paid, l promise.
You came to me yesterday, |l didn't ask you if she's guilty.
l didn't ask if she's innocent.
l didn't ask you if she's drunk, |or a dope, no!
All l said was, do you have $5,000?
You said yes! |But you don't have $5,000!
So l figure you're a dirty liar |and l don't waste my time with dirty liars.
l'm really sorry, Mr. Flynn.
On the other hand, your devotion |to your wife is really very touching.
l'll take your wife's case.
And l'll keep it. |Because l play square.
Now look, l don't like to blow my |own horn. But believe me.
lf Jesus Christ lives in Chicago today |and if he had $5,000 and he come to me,
things would have turn out differently.
All right, this is what we gonna do.
At the end of the week,
l'm gonna have Roxie's name at |the front page of every newspapers in town.
Sweetest little Jazz killer in Chicago.
That's the angle l'm after.
You make an announcement, |we're gonna have an auction.
Tell them we gotta raise |some money for the defense.
They'll buy everything |that she touched. Everything.
Your shoes, your dresses, |your perfumes, your underwear.
And the trolled records.
Like the one l was playing |when l shot the bastard.
l didn't hear that.
Not that l didn't have ground to |remind you. Hey, what are they?
When we go to trial, nobody |is gonna care a lick what your defense is
unless they care about you.
So first thing we gotta do is work up |some sympathy from the press.
And l'll push you like some Mary Sunshine.
But there was one thing they can never resist.
And that is a reformed sinner.
So tell me, what's your |favourite subject in school?
There must be something |that you're really good at.
l got high marks in courtesy in Hygiene.
Perfect, you wanted to be a nun.
When were you born?
On a chicken farm outside Lopac.
Beautiful setting home, |feel every luxury in refinement.
Where're your parents now?
Probably on front port on Genre...
They're dead. Family fortune swept away. |You're educated as a sacred heart.
Then you fell into a runaway marriage. |Left you miserable, alone, unhappy.
Of course you got all swept up |in a mad world, the city.
Jazz, cabarets, liquors. |You're drawn like a moth to the flame.
Now the man sees
and you're a butterfly. |Crushed on a wheel!
Wait, what did you say? |ls it the moth or the butterfly?
-You have sin in your soul. |-God, that's beautiful.
Cut out God. |Stay with your battle acquainted.
Kid, when l'm through with you, |not only will you be acquainted,
you can remain on the jury. |l wanna take you home to meet his mother.
l was born on |a beautiful Southern corn dent.
-What? |-Holy shit!
l'd never gotta get this straight!
Pipe down and swearing. |Look, from here on,
You'd say nothing wrong. |Now try it again.
-l was born on... |-Come on...
You know what l'm gonna do at |witness stand?
l thought l'd get all teary eyes |and ask for your handkerchief.
Then l think l'd take a peek |at the jury like this.
Flash a bit of the thigh, |what do you think?
lt sounds great.
Hey, don't you want to hear the rest?
Knock it off. You're on the top of my |list.
Well, well, well.
Sorry to be late, Mr. Flynn.
Hope you're not too bored.
l like it. l like it.
Hey, l heard your |press conference is tomorrow.
Yeah, what is to you?
Well, you wanted my advice, right?
Whatever it is, don't forget Bailiff's |number-one client is Billy Flynn.
Meaning, |don't let him hug the spotlight.
You're the one that pay the see.
Remember, |we can only sell them one idea.
l can still see him coming at me |with that awful look in his eyes.
And we... both reached for the gun.
That's right, |you both reached for the gun.
Thank you, gentlemen. |Miss Sunshine.
My client just |entered pleads of not guilty.
We look forward to the trial |the earliest possible dates.
Now is there any question?
As you know, my paper is dry. |Do you have any advice for young girls,
speaking to avoid |the life of Jazz and drink?
Absolutely yes. Mrs. Hart feels |that it was the tragic combination of liquor
and Jazz, which lead to the |downfall. Next question, please.
Ladies and gentlemen, l'd just like to say |how flattered l am that you all came to see me.
Mrs. Hart is very...
He said l was a moth... |crushed on a wheel.
Butterfly drawn to the...
l bet you want to know why l shot |the bastard.
Shut up, dummy.
Mr. Billy Flynn in the press conference. |Notice how mouth never moves...
-Where did you come from? |-Mississippi.
-And your parents? |-Very wealthy.
Where are they now?
Six feet under. |But she was granted one more start.
The convent girl with sacred heart.
-When she gets here? |-1920.
-How old were you? |-Don't remember.
Then what happened?
l met Amos and he stole my heart away, |convinced me to aloaf one day.
Oh, poor girl, l can't believe |what you've been through.
A convent girl, a runaway marriage.
Now tell us Roxie.
-Who's Fred Casely? |-My ex-boyfriend.
-Why you shoot him? |-l was leaving.
Was he angry?
Like a mad man. |Till l said, Fred, move along.
She knew that she was doing wrong.
-Then describe it. |-He came taught me.
-With the pistol? |-Thrum my barrow.
-Did you fight him? |-Like a tiger.
He has strength and she has none.
Yet me looking for the gun.
lt's perfectly understandable.
Now at apprehensible,
lt' all defensible.
-How your feeling? |-Very frightened.
-Are you sorry? |-Are you kidding?
What's your statement?
All l say is, |though my chu-chu jump that track,
l get my life and bring it back.
-And? |-Stay away from...
-What? |-Jazz and liquor.
-And? |-The men who lay for fun...
That's the thought that came upon me,
when we both reach for the gun!
lt's perfectly understandable.
Now at apprehensible,
lt' all defensible.
Let me hear it.
They got it!
... Both reach for the gun!
...The windy city has taken |a new criminal to a charge.
Let me remind you the name is, Roxie Hart.
The sweetest lady ever accused |in a murder in Chicago.
Women want to look like her. |Fellows want to go out with her.
Some little girls even want to take her home. |Don't get any idea, little lady.
On the other side of town, |the assistant D.A. promise
the game little jump shooter |will swing before lridark.
Who knows? lf he lit up to his word,
assistant D.A. Harrison might |become governor Harrison someday.
At the scene of the crime, everybody |wants a little piece of Roxie Hart.
The jar would send |her husband back 20 dollars!
Maybe this pretty little lady would |get some of that famous Roxie style.
lt seems everybody these days |is looking for Roxie Hart.
Send the flowers to the yard |and you make sure they send them.
So, kiddo, you have any thought |what you wanna do after they get you off?
Yeah, l think l'd like to go on stage.
l figure it much. |l already called the Morris office.
Really? |How much is that gonna cost me?
lt's a fairly deal. |10% of all your takings.
Yeah, we'll see, Mama.
Besides, l don't even have an act yet.
Killing Fred Casely was your act.
That's solo steps in the audience. |That song is my favourite.
lt's a freak act.
Besides, l'm better than that.
Of course you are.
l mean, you can be as big as Sophie Tago.
You really think so?
Maybe Canton and Joseph combined.
You know, l always wanted |to have my name on the papers.
Before l met Amos, l used to date |this wealthy dude, ugly bootlegger.
He used to take me out and show me |off. Ugly guys like to do that.
Once it said in the paper, gangland alcopaly |seen a shade Vito with cute blonde.
That was me.
You know all my life, |l wanted to have my own act.
Always no, they always turned me down.
One big world-ful of no.
And then Amos came along.
Save sweet Amos.
He'll never say no.
l've never done this before.
But you know, it's such a special night. |And you are such a great audience!
And l really feel like |l can talk to you, you know?
So forget what you read in the papers. |And forget what you heard on the radio.
Because... |because l'm gonna tell you the truth.
Not that the truth really matters.
But l'm gonna tell you anyway.
ln the apartment, Amos was... zero.
l mean,when he made love to me,it goes like... |was he fixing a operator or something.
l love you, honey...
Anyway, l start to fool around.
And l start screwing around.
Which is fooling around without dinner.
Then l met Fred Casely.
He said he could get me into a bought film.
But that didn't quite |work out like l planned.
l guess it didn't really work out to Fred either.
So l gave up the whole idea.
lf you can't figure out for all of these,
opportunities just pass you by.
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Cheonnyeon Ho 2003 CD1
Cheonnyeon Ho 2003 CD2
Cher - Live In Concert
Chicken Run (2000)
Children Of Dune Part 1
Children Of Dune Part 2
Children Of Dune Part 3
Children of Heaven The
Children of a Lesser God
Children of the Damned
Childs Play 1988
Childs Play 2 1990
Childs Play 3
Chimes at Midnight
China Strike Force 2000
Chineese Ghost Story A 3
Chinese Ghost Story
Chinese Odyssey A
Chitty Chitty Bang Bang
Choose Me (1984)
Chori Chori 1956
Christmas Carol A
Christmas Story A
Christmas Vacation (National Lampoons)
Chronicles of Riddick The - Dark Fury
Chunhyang 2000 CD1
Chunhyang 2000 CD2
Cider House Rules The
Cinderella Story A
City By The Sea
City Of God 2003 CD1
City Of God 2003 CD2
City Of The Living Dead 1980
City of Lost Children The CD1
City of Lost Children The CD2
City of No Limits The (Antonio Hernandez 2002)
City on fire 1987
Civil Brand 2003
Clan Des Siciliens Le - Henri Verneuil 1969
Clash of the Titans CD1
Clash of the Titans CD2
Class Trip 1998
Classic The (Korean) CD1
Classic The (Korean) CD2
Cleo De 5 à 7
Cleopatra 1963 CD1
Cleopatra 1963 CD2
Cleopatra 1963 CD3
Cleopatra 1999 CD1
Cleopatra 1999 CD2
Cliffhanger (Collectors Edition)
Clockwork Orange A
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (The Collectors Edition)
Coast Guard 2002 CD1
Coast Guard 2002 CD2
Cobra Verde CD1
Cobra Verde CD2
Coca-Cola Kid The 1985
Cock - A Broken Leghorn (1959)
Cock - The Foghorn Leghorn (1948)
Cockleshell Heroes The
Cold Comfort Farm 1995
Cold Mountain 2003 CD1
Cold Mountain 2003 CD2
Cold Mountain CD1
Cold Mountain CD2
Cold Mountain CD3
Colour Of The Truth
Comandante (Oliver Stone 2003)
Come And See CD1
Come And See CD2
Como Agua Para Chocolate
Company Of Wolves The CD1
Company Of Wolves The CD2
Company The CD1
Company The CD2
Conan The Barbabian (uncut)
Conan the Barbarian
Conan the Destroyer
Confessions of Sorority Girls
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
Connie and Carla
Conquest of the Planet of the Apes
Conspiracy Theory 1997
Conversation The CD1
Conversation The CD2
Cook The Thief His Wife And Her Lover The 1989
Cookies Fortune 1999
Cool Hand Luke 1967
Couch Trip The 1988
Counterfeit Traitor The 1962 CD1
Counterfeit Traitor The 1962 CD2
Countess Dracula (1970)
Country of my Skull
Cover Girl (Charles Vidor+1944)
Cowboy (Delmer Daves 1958)
Coyote - Dont Give Up the Sheep (1953)
Coyote - Fast and Furry-ous (1949)
Craddle 2 The Grave
Cranes Are Flying The (1957)
Cravan vs Cravan
Crazy People 1990
Crazy in Alabama
Creature from the Black Lagoon
Cries And Whispers (Bergman Ingmar)
Crime Scene Investigation 3x01 - Revenge Is Best Served Cold
Crime Scene Investigation 3x02 - The Accused Is Entitled
Crime Scene Investigation 3x03 - Let The Seller Beware
Crime Scene Investigation 3x04 - A Little Murder
Crime Scene Investigation 3x05 - Abra Cadaver
Crime Scene Investigation 3x06 - The Execution Of Catherine Willows
Crime Scene Investigation 3x07 - Fight Night
Crime Scene Investigation 3x08 - Snuff
Crime Scene Investigation 3x09 - Blood Lust
Crime Scene Investigation 3x10 - High And Low
Crime Scene Investigation 3x11 - Recipe For Murder
Crime of Padre Amaro The
Criminal Lovers (1999)
Crimson Pirate The
Crimson Rivers 2 - Angels Of The Apocalypse
Crimson Rivers 2 Angels of the Apocalypse
Cristina Quer Casar
Critters 2 The Main Course 1988
Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
Crow The - City Of Angels 1996
Cruel Intentions 3
Cube2 Hypercube 2002
Cure (Kiyoshi Kurosawa) CD1
Cure (Kiyoshi Kurosawa) CD2
Custer of the west
Cut Runs Deep The 1998
Cutthroat Island (1995)