Devil is a Woman The
gentlemen I'm going to be brief tomorrow the carnival begins
unfortunately every crook within a 1000 miles every exile and political offender will try to take advantage of the masquerade
if you catch a man stealing, shoot him less trouble afterwards
but I want no useless arrests last year the jail and the hospital were a disgraceful sight
I definitely do not want any interference with the peoples' pleasures
and if you must make one or two arrests because you will not listen to me, then make them, but no more - dismissed
- say, where are all the pretty girls today? - pretty girls? watch this!
please give my card to the lady of the house
- which lady sir? - the lady who lives here. - what is her name?
- look here, your lady is expecting me. - I'm sorry sir, I am not so informed.
- Antonio! - Pasqual, what luck, how wonderful to see you again.
you've come here? what if you're recognized? turn around, sit down, turn your back.
- what on earth ever tempted you to leave Paris? - I'm on my way back there now, I came to see my parents. - but there's a price on your head!
don't you know we have a new governor who eats republicans for breakfast?
I'll risk it till the carnival is over. but how are you Pasqual? let me look at you you've changed, have you been ill?
my health has been excellent.
I hardly knew you without your uniform. I suppose that's another one of your famous adventures. Captain Pasqual Castellar in search of a new beauty.
I've left the army, resigned my commission. as for the ladies my friend, for three years I haven't even looked at a woman.
but none of my affairs, what of yours? why don't you leave while you can, for safety?
leave? I have an appointment this evening with the most beautiful creature I've ever seen.
the advice may sound strange coming from me. I can't ask you to ignore the gentler sex.
had I lived my life over again I'd probably do the same foolish things once more. but be careful Antonio.
the boys in the club will laugh their heads off if they heard you were offering moral advice to the young.
but while we're on the subject of advice, do you happen to know a goddess in this town by the name of Concha Perez?
she lives at the end of the plaza del Trionfo, doesn't she?
yes, anything wrong with her?
do you mean to tell me you don't know who Concha is? Concha the singer, the toast of Spain
is she the toast of Spain? well I'm in luck, for the last 5 years I've known nothing but jail, exile and manifestoes.
apparently you don't like her, do you?
she's the most dangerous woman you'll ever meet
you must be mad to talk like that. what has she done to you?
there's no pleasure for me to talk about the past. but ... I was returning from a holiday in France about five years ago
our train ran into an avalanche. we were snowbound for about three days.
- porter - I don't want a porter
how about an address Concha, that I can write to you, perhaps I can find time to visit you some day
what did you take me for?
- come on, where can I get in touch with you? - mother says no flies enter a closed mouth
as the devil would have it I was in town one day with nothing to do, joined some fool committee investigating labour conditions in a cigarette factory
I'd heard there were some pretty girls there
now gentlemen you heard a lot of stories about our cigarette factory, they're not true
our girls are all well behaved, they earn a great deal of money and they wouldn't exchange their position for any other on earth
- is something in your eye? - not at all
now follow me and I'll show you where we make our shipping cases
- do the girls make the shipping cases too? - yes
the captain has an eye for the ladies, hasn't he?
well of all people! how did you get here Concha?
the Lord knows, I don't remember
I never expected to find you in a place like this
I suppose you must make quite a lot of money here
if I work all week I earn enough money to bring some flowers to my mother on Sunday
living with your mother?
who did you think I was living with?
you know what that is Concha?
oh yes that's gold, it's more than I earn in a year
it's yours if you give me one of your cigarettes you roll with your pretty hands
better take two in case you should become impatient
why should I be impatient?
because I want you to wait for me outside
so you did wait, didn't you
- yes I waited - I didn't think you would
I know that you are an important person and your friends might not like to see you in such company
are you glad that I waited Concha?
come and take me home
- here we are. - what a climb. how does your mother get up here? - oh mother can climb anything
- look mama I've got a fish. - how are you going to feed it?
don't worry about that mother
make the gentleman welcome, he's my friend
captain Castellar, charmed beyond words, Senora
Excellency, make this humble house your own
what is the exact relationship of this gentleman?
your Excellency, a cousin
and plenty of garlic. is it paid for?
and sausage mother, try it, and look mama, gold
how did you earn all that Concha?
I earn anything? don't be foolish mother
your Excellency, if my poor husband were alive, he has been in the enchargement of God for the past 15 years, he'd have beaten her black and blue
but don't be deceived by her language. my daughter is a good girl
oh we could be rich, my daughter and I, we could have mules and necklaces and live in the country
but wickedness has never spent a night here!
how I worry when I see my daughter leave in the morning
how can you say that, mother, when you sleep all day?
there! you see what bad example these factory girls are
oh, the ugly words she must hear!
if my daughter had listened to them she would have gone wrong long ago
what makes young girls go wrong, your Excellency, is the advice of women, not the eyes of men
there's a cure for all ill, Senora
your highness, how can I thank you?
I'll take care of that mama, I'll thank him, you don't need to bother
we see, this will be enough for the rent, and this for the water and this the baker, the doctor
but I'm afraid there'll be hardly enough to keep Concha out of the factory
and the landlord thought he was going to throw us out
this is to see who runs this show. when the time comes for a sweetheart to offer himself I have to talk to you and not to your mother
you don't happen to know of anyone?
let me see now? no, I don't think so
oh you think too much!
you know of nobody at all?
let me go! don't you touch me or I'll call for help
are you mad Concha?
I came here as a friend. suddenly you throw yourself into my arms and now you accuse me!
I kissed you because I loved you for a minute
but I won't let you kiss me without loving me
so you don't think I love you my child
no! I please you, I amuse you
but I'm not the only one. Am I? answer me Pasqualito!
I want to know! am I or am I not?
what happened my child?
give a man a finger and he bites off the whole hand
well I go and get dinner ready
I don't think I wanted to see her again
but I went there not once but 30 times
she was never at home
her mother told me she was either out with a cousin or else was going to her dancing lessons
finally, after three months of this I told her mother that I loved Concha
and although there were certain ties I couldn't form I wished to provide for her daughter
take charge of her education, in other words, make myself her protector
I assured her that she and Concha need never want for anything
to prove my sincerity, well the old lady got quite a sum out of me that time
I am deeply offended
what did I write last?
I never want to see you again
and my mother doesn't want to see you again
as I write this
my heart is bleeding
and my eyes are filled with tears
when I received her letter I rushed to her home
but they had disappeared, mother and daughter, bag and baggage, without a trace
then, about three months later, after I've given up hope of ever seeing her again she suddenly appeared
- you Concha! - were you expecting someone else?
I thought I'd stop by to look in. since you didn't care to look for me it's I who look for you.
I haven't slept a wink since you left me
why did you run away like that? where the devil did you go to? why did you send me that stupid letter?
I was angry because you had given us so much money
I only wanted to help you
I thought it would spoil our friendship
and now that all the money is gone and nothing is left but my affections for you
I can no longer live without seeing you
oh Concha, why did you stay away so long?
what if someone saw me come in? my name would be ruined! it was foolish of me to come here
no it wasn't. it was wonderful, Concha
I've been thinking things over for some time now
and I'll be happy to make you my wife
and no one will ever speak ill of you
but no one speaks ill of me now!
did you hear what I said Concha?
I just offered to marry you, to give you the honour and protection that goes with my name
that's exactly what I told mother, the moment I came here you'd become serious
I didn't want to come here, only she needs money so badly
at least you're honest Concha even if you don't love me
but I do love you! don't read now! and I told mother I wouldn't accept any money from you
how much does she want?
she has many debts. she needs a lot
well mind if you leave it to me Concha, of course I'll help you
but you're not helping me. if you want to help my mother that's your affair. she's waiting outside
you can discuss money with her just as you did before.
Senora, make this humble house your own
oh your Excellency, how well you look
how good it is to see you again
my daughter talks of you all the time
she loves you more than anything
your Excellency I have missed you so much
well sir, they vanished again
it was months before I saw her again
I don't believe that destinies are controlled by a throw of dice
but it couldn't have been merely a succession of accidents
I've been sent down to the coast to inspect some defences
and while there it was my bad luck to run into her once more
I'm romantic so romantic that I often wish I had a more discreet heart
but believe me please believe me when I tell you that I haven't got a sweetheart
did you hear me say that I had none? no I only said I haven't ONE!
three sweethearts have I
three handsome sweethearts
and one is a son of a a gardener
he gives me daisies and roses and orchids regardless of the price and other things that are so nice
and one is a son of a a farmer
he gives me butter and carrots and onions no other farmer would and other things that are so good
and one is a son of a a baker
he gives me biscuits and cookies and pastry a queen could even eat and other things that are so sweet
to all three I'm true and I could be as true to you
Arturo, a cup of coffee
my emotions seem to make little impression on you
aren't you afraid of anything Concha? have you no fear of death?
no, not today I feel too happy
why do you ask? are you going to kill me?
you played with me as if I were a fool what I gave gladly you took like a thief
I thought you would be glad to see me I'm sorry I sat down
don't go, please don't go
I've looked for you for so long
I've missed you
I don't want to offend you
perhaps I'm a bit nervous
don't go please
coffee? did I order coffee Pasqualito?
the lady said: champagne!
all that night I walked the streets with a fever
cursed myself, called myself coward
I burned with shame for the despicable role I played
I told myself there were only two ways out
either to leave her or kill her
I chose a third
Pasqualito this is La Tuerta, the one eye this is captain Castellar
welcome to your own house, your Excellency
she has only one eye and with that one eye see can only see money
some day you will have a theatre of your own when I was your age
yes I know, all the men were crazy about you
she packs them in like sardines captain
and some day you'll offer me more money eh Tuerta?
I shall change to civilian clothes
but I like your uniform Pasqualito
oh I forgot to thank you for the flowers
I love you Concha life without you means nothing
one moment and I'll give you a kiss
where have you been for two days, you bad boy?
Pasqual this is Morenito, the bullfighter
it's an extraordinary pleasure
have you ever seen him fight?
no but I've read the reviews
oh critics don't value genius he's such a baby
some day all Spain will know his name won't it Morenito?
have you had anything to eat today?
what time is it?
what time is it Pasqual?
about nine o'clock
nine o'clock and no food! it's easy to see why bullfighters don't live long
perhaps there are other reasons for their untimely deaths
oh no, a jealous man is no more dangerous than a blind bull
here darling, buy yourself something to eat
this Morenito, this genius of yours, what exactly does he mean to you?
oh he's so young and so poor, I hardly know him
I gathered as much
oh you're so sweet Pasqualito
how much do you want to release Concha from her contract?
before she came here my house was emptier than a bullring when it rains
she is having a great career
I'm not interested. how much?
what will she say when she hears about this? she has a temper and you probably know
I'll take care of her. think it over
I'm exhausted. I'm going upstairs to lie down for a while. why don't you go back to the hotel?
no, I prefer to wait here
then why don't you go out and get some fresh air?
it's raining, I'd rather stay in
do as you like
is Concha still asleep?
how should I know?
come on. you're going with me. I'm not going to hurt you but come on
I'm not going to leave here and you're not going to touch me
don't you dare advance another step
well what have you to say? invent something! defend yourself! lie some more! you lie so well
first of all I want to know what you mean by breaking in here like an assassin and causing this utterly ridiculous scene
you've gone too far you're not going to play with me any more
ha, this is superb! he threatens me!
what right have you to tell me what to do?
are you my father? no! are you my husband? no! are you my lover?
well I must say you're content with very little
I wanted to leave the country, leave everything, try and forget her and myself
but you don't know this woman, she wasn't through with me yet
I came to see if you were dead. if you had loved me enough you would have killed yourself last night
bad, not made properly I can make much better chocolate
you want another beating? haven't you had enough? I'm through with you, why did you come here?
poor Pasqual, you haven't much faith in me have you?
I haven't much faith in anything
but I love you Pasqual look at me
look Pasqualito, I'm black and blue
I know I've been cruel but I'll make up for it tell me what you want me to do
oh Concha let's leave this miserably place
- but I can't, my contract - what about your contract? - it doesn't end until the season is over - we'll see about that
I'll have to close up and poor little Concha, such a success
stop that hackling. how much do you want?
- I don't want to be in your way captain - I realize that but I haven't much time
- and Concha, does she agree? - yes yes, I tell you, how much?
Pasqual, angel, you did buy off my contract
did the old hag tell you? I was going to tell you myself
will you be content now Concha?
of course Pasqualito
come, give me a kiss
be careful you'll mess up my hair
you know sweetheart I need a rest after all this excitement
I think I'll take a little ride
but I plan to leave town with you in an hour
but didn't you hear what I said: I want to take a little ride
alright, I'll be ready in a minute
no you're not going with me
- why not? - because I don't want you to!
but I tell you what you can do: you can throw me a kiss from the balcony
goodbye Pasqualito if I'm not back in a week don't wait for me
I was laughed at of course there was rather a big scandal there were questions in parliament, investigations
I resigned my commission, that made it easier for everyone
I've told you all that's necessary Antonio that woman has ice where others have a heart
not only that she wrecked my life, there were others as well
the man she ran off with killed himself, saved trouble for the bulls
Antonio, forget about her
what a devil of a woman
would you rather see her again?
no. I hardly wanted to after that
what if you ran into her now? you both live in the same town
impossible but for your own sake, don't you go near her
I wouldn't go near her for anything in the world. I'm leaving for France tonight
- swear it. - I give you my word.
well, I'd better be going, goodbye Antonio, and think of me once in a while
good evening stranger. you're late
so that's what you're like
are you disappointed?
I wanted to see your face. I wanted to take a good look at the woman who broke the heart of my best friend
I've broken so many hearts. who is this friend of yours?
- Don Pasqual. - oh, Pasqualito! did I break his heart?
I could kill you in cold blood for what you've done to him
I should like some coffee before I die in soothing company if possible
I regret to inform you that my time is limited, I'm leaving tonight
come, I'll take you to the train
after the coffee
bring me some cards Pablo
why don't you take off you mask? dodging the police or are you ashamed of being seen with me?
I've nothing to be ashamed of
you're very fortunate. I have.
you're a very beautiful woman. it's easy to see why men should lose their heads over you
is it easy?
- nice of you to honour us with your company. - the honour is all mine.
come on now, take off your mask, I've waited long enough
when did you say you were leaving for France?
I'm fairly certain I'm leaving within two hours
we'll see. shuffle them.
you're not going to play cards with me are you?
you see we had to meet you're the jack of spades and I'm the queen of hearts. hold them for me
I don't like those black cards, two kings too, clubs and spades
king of spades? now who can that be?
the king of clubs is my old friend Paquito the governor he has been in a lot of my cards lately but never quite so close. you are afraid of the police?
well to tell you the truth I prefer to avoid them just now
what did you do?
politics, a little bit revolutionary
is that all? I thought it was something important
don't shoot. I know that knock
there's no answer Maria, you can go home
life is difficult, isn't it, with so many admirers
sometimes it is!
on the other hand life is very easy for me
I'm going to leave you now I must say I'm grateful to Pasqual to have warned me
if it hadn't been for him I'd have fallen madly in love with you
if this letter is causing your departure I'll read it to you
dear Concha, I must see you again, I'm at your feet, I love you more than ever
and do you know who sent this?
your friend Pasqual!
you're a liar! let me see it
he must be mad well he told me that you destroyed his life
if I'd destroyed your life you couldn't write such a letter, could you?
I'd wring your neck!
kiss me Antonio
Pasqual the king of spades
did you write this letter?
a little earlier in the day you took an oath not to see her
answer me Pasqual did you write this ridiculous letter?
I hope it will fill you both with amusement to know that I still love her
leave town Antonio before I lose my temper and call the police
no I wouldn't put anything to under you all you wanted was to keep me out of your preserves I'm going to stay now in spite of your petitions
call it what you like I'm not going to lose her
how can you lose what you never possessed?
I used to have a lot of respect for you Pasqual but you're behaving like a fool
you young puppy, how dare you talk like that
we were friends Pasqual I'll forget the blow
your new victim, Concha, is a coward
I don't think he is
you know better than to think me a coward and if you can find any friend to act as your secondary I'll be very glad to discuss that point at the hotel room tomorrow morning
- weapons? - pistols.
reading the cards is one of her virtues I forgot to tell you about
was there a shot?
this card belongs to your deck doesn't it?
Concha! how marvellous of you to come here I hope no one saw you
I was here before where have you been?
I was out arranging the duel
why don't you leave for Paris tonight?
- alone? - I'll come with you. - you can't, the border's the only way out. besides we need passports
and then there's a trifling affair with Pasqual in the morning which I have no wish to cancel
alright then you'll be killed Pasqual is a dead shot
you mean he used to be
right through the heart eh
nonsense that shot was an accident
if you die, Antonio, I'll kill myself
let's forget about the duel Concha tonight's the last night of the carnival tomorrow there'll be time enough to think of death
you too were thinking of death those letters are farewells
I wrote them anyway they're not important
whom did you write to?
- oh lots of people. - any women?
yes. there's a girl
where is she?
do you love her?
why do you ask? not interested are you Concha?
no of course not
you wouldn't care if I were in love with someone else, would you?
that isn't true is it Concha? you would care wouldn't you?
there gentlemen you've done it I hope you're pleased no consideration for me
close your umbrella, it's not raining any more the carnival is over but not for me I told you to be careful with your arrests and what have you done?
turned this peaceful jail into a madhouse there, gentlemen, is the direct result of listening to my views
stop them, tear their masks off, take their tin-horns away, remove every vestige of this nerve shattering carnival. go! what are you waiting for? I'll teach you to behave
let those balloons go! order my carriage! I want to go home and get some sleep.
who are you? I've had just about enough of this. take off you mask.
come at once. by this time he may be dead. perhaps they're both dead.
who may be dead by this time? make yourself clear.
they wanted me to drive them. I said no!
to arms! guns! porters! why don't you put up your umbrella? it's raining!
we will have to hurry sir, the police might come
if there are no further objections select your pistols
you will placed back to back, march 12 paces, I will count three and you will then be at liberty to kill each other, I hope your injury will be slight
well Concha I might as well say goodbye
one never knows anything I might want to say to you now will sound silly
if we had never met this couldn't have happened
you forced this on him Pasqual this is murder
listen to me Pasqualito you never loved me or you couldn't do this
you know very well that I loved you
you've always mistaken your vanity for love
make your final mistake, go and kill the only man I've ever cared for
I want you to listen Antonio! I want you to leave here, at once!
Antonio are you hurt?
he didn't even take aim at me
morning gentlemen. a pretty mess. arrest everybody! why don't you gentlemen go to Madrid or Barcelona where they have the proper police to cope with these things?
Don Pasqual! gentlemen, this is a serious matter. I could have hushed it up if it were anyone else. but Don Pasqual hurt. there'll be the devil to pay. stop them, arrest them! I thought I made myself clear. I want everyone arrested!
here? where're you going?
good morning Paquitito
oh I should have known. you're the only woman in town worth fighting for. I'm sorry Concha but I'll have to arrest this gallant gentleman
if only you knew how willingly I'd exchange places with either one of them for you smile
do you still like me Paquito?
Concha, I haven't slept for 72 hours, this carnival has been purgatory, I'm about to go home to my wife which does not make my condition more pleasant
but if you smile at me once more I shall nevertheless be in heaven
go home to your wife Paquito, I too haven't slept maybe we can meet tomorrow
I dream of the moment every profession has its compensations, even mine
how's the patient doctor? not serious I hope? it is my wish that the whole affair blow over
there are some things beyond even your wish, my patient is seriously hurt, I'm getting him into the hospital, if I get him there alive I'll be very pleased, very pleased, do you hear me?
Concha how is Pasqual? is he badly hurt?
I don't know. I don't think so. I went to the hospital but they refused to let me see him
why didn't he tell me he was going to fire in the air? I did my best to kill him before he killed me
only Pasqual can do such things and now you're in jail. why didn't you listen to me when I told you to leave?
I wish I had listened to you. but I've got to get away before they find out whom they've arrested or I'll never get out
although you don't deserve it I'm going to see Paquito, on one condition
Concha, how can you joke at a time like this?
will you take me to France with you?
you know I wouldn't leave without you
in that case I'm going to see the governor
gentlemen I'll attend to you later. leave me.
Concha, most beautiful of women
I'm so unhappy Paco
roll up a full account of this distasteful affair. get a statement from everybody you can find. have them sworn to before a notary. a full account by each witness, the name of the culprit, and then return to this office for division
I was just going to talk to you about this matter
Concha I implore you don't talk to me about this confounded duel. I'm a man of lightning decision. these troublemakers can't fool with me. Don Pasqual might die!
don't shout at me Paquito I'm afraid of you anyway I thought you were fond of me
it's useless Concha I know what you want. I cannot release him.
so you can't release him? of course you can! you can do anything! do you want me to lose my respect for you?
come on, Paquitito, two little pieces of paper, two passports
two passports? who's the other one for?
there's a girl mixed up in it. a cousin of mine. Manuela
I regret to inform you Concha I still think it's you
I? how silly! I hardly know him!
I am happy to hear that you hardly know him.
this person has been wanted by the police for five years
he doesn't think that we know but it's unwise to cross my path
take a look at this
I found it in my files with the following information: republican, revolutionary, one of the leaders
we'll put him up against the wall and shoot him
he's much better looking than his photograph isn't he?
well Paco, I must go.
I don't care about this republican
but that you, Paquito should refuse such a small favour to a lady is distressing
don't go Concha
please ask me anything else, anything
but this affair has kicked up too much excitement!
and all I asked for were two little slips of paper
what a pity
two little slips of paper from a man I so admire
come away from the door Concha come away from the door
farewell Paquito I might have loved you
you can have your two passports I'll hush up the affair, too you're a magnificent woman, Concha let it never be said of Don Paquito that he didn't know how to value beauty
you here again? haven't you caused trouble enough?
oh doctor, please help me to see Don Pasqual
I'm leaving town tonight
I don't know why I should help you 1/16th inch more and he would have been dead I'll give you 2 minutes, no more
how did you get in here? I gave orders that no one should be admitted
Pasqualito, I came to find out how you are
getting yourself shot for me! I didn't think I meant so much to you
you might have been killed
well what of it. my life's worthless anyway
no it isn't. you're wonderful and I came to thank you for sparing Antonio's life
don't bother you wanted another proof of my love and I gave it to you
as to your thanks, keep them
I suppose I deserve this I know I've always done everything wrong
will you forgive me, Pasqualito? and then I'll go
will you get out or I'll call the attendant
no I'll go
to the future and may you be happy
I'm not going. the gentleman travels alone
forgive me, Antonio I'm going back to Pasqual don't forget me, Antonio
I've changed my mind
you know I used to work in a cigarette factory
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Day The World Ended The
Day after tomorrow The
Day of The Jackal  CD1
Day of The Jackal  CD2
Day the Earth Stood Still The
Days Of Heaven
Days Of Wine And Roses 1962 CD1
Days Of Wine And Roses 1962 CD2
Days of Thunder
De Vierde Man (23976)
Dead End 2003
Dead Men Dont Wear Plaid (1982)
Dead Or Alive 2
Dead Presidents CD1
Dead Presidents CD2
Dead Zone The
Dead again (1991)
Dead again (1991) Commentary
Dead man walking 1995 CD1
Dead man walking 1995 CD2
Dead or alive
Dear Diary 1994
Death To Smoochy
Death in Venice 1971
Decalogue 06 1988
Decalogue 07 1988
Decalogue 08 1988
Decalogue 09 1988
Decalogue 10 1988
Decline of the American Empire The 1986
Deep Blue CD1
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Deep Loves CD1
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Deep Space 9 1x01 and 1x02 Emissary
Deep Space 9 1x03 Past Prologue
Deep Space 9 1x04 A Man Alone
Deep Space 9 1x05 Babel
Deep Space 9 1x06 Captive Pursuit
Deep Space 9 1x07 Q-Less
Deep Space 9 1x08 Dax
Deep Space 9 1x09 The Passenger
Deep Space 9 1x10 Move Along Home
Deep Space 9 1x11 The Nagus
Deep Space 9 1x12 Vortex
Deep Space 9 1x13 Battle Lines
Deep Space 9 1x14 The Storyteller
Deep Space 9 1x15 Progress
Deep Space 9 1x16 If Wishes Were Horses
Deep Space 9 1x17 The Forsaken
Deep Space 9 1x18 Dramatis Personae
Deep Space 9 1x19 Duet
Deep Space 9 1x20 In The Hands Of The Prophets
Deep blue sea
Defiant Ones The
Delirium (Delirio Caldo)(23.976)
Deliv and Daniel Webster The
Deliver Us from Eva
Demetrius And The Gladiators 1954
Demoiselles de Rochefort Les CD1
Demoiselles de Rochefort Les CD2
Demonic Beauty (2002)
Dentist 2 The 1998
Dersu Uzala (Akira Kurosawa) CD1
Dersu Uzala (Akira Kurosawa) CD2
Desert Fox - The Story of Rommel
Desert Rats The
Desperate Hours The
Destination Tokyo CD1
Destination Tokyo CD2
Destry Rides Again
Devdas (2002) CD1
Devdas (2002) CD2
Devil Probable The
Devil Rides Out The 1968
Devil is a Woman The
Devils Advocate The CD1
Devils Advocate The CD2
Devils Backbone The
Devils Brigade The
Devils Own The
Dial M for Murder 1954
Diamonds Are Forever
Diana Krall Live in Paris
Diarios De Motocicleta
Diary of a Chambermaid
Diary of a Country Priest (1951 Bresson Robert)
Dias de Nietzsche em Turim
Dickie Roberts Former Child Star
Die Another Day (2002) CD1
Die Another Day (2002) CD2
Die Hard 1988 Extended Version CD1
Die Hard 1988 Extended Version CD2
Die Hard With a Vengeance
Die Nibelungen - Die Kriemhilds Rache CD1
Die Nibelungen - Die Kriemhilds Rache CD2
Diez de hollywood Los 1951
Dil Ka Kya Kasoor
Dil Ka Rishta
Dirty Dancing - Havana Nights
Dirty Tiger Crazy Frog 1978
Discovery Air Jaws Sharks of South Africa
Discovery Channel - Raising The Mammoth
Disorderly Orderly The
Django spara per primo
Do The Right Thing CD1
Do The Right Thing CD2
Dobry vojak Svejk
Dodeskaden (Akira Kurosawa)
Dodgeball - A True Underdog Story
Dog Nail Clipper
Dog Soldiers (2002)
Dogs Of War The 1981
Doing Hard Time CD1
Doing Hard Time CD2
Dois Perdidos Numa Noite Suja 2002
Dokument Fanny och Alexander CD1
Dokument Fanny och Alexander CD2
Dolce Vita La 1960 CD1
Dolce Vita La 1960 CD2
Dolores Claiborne (1995)
Don Giovanni CD1
Don Giovanni CD2
Dong (The Hole) 1998
Donggam (2000) - Ditto
Dont Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice In The Hood
Dont Bother to Knock
Dont look now
Dont say a word
Door in the Floor The 2004
Doors The CD1
Doors The CD2
Double Vision (Shuang Tong)
Down By Law 1986
Down With Love
Down and Out in Beverly Hills
Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Dracula - Dead and Loving It
Dracula Has Risen From The Grave 1968
Dragon Head CD1
Dragon Head CD2
Dragonheart - Collectors Edition
Dragons Forever (Jackie Chan)
DreamKeeper 2003 CD1
DreamKeeper 2003 CD2
Dream Master The
Dream Of A Warrior (Cheonsamong)
Dreamlife of Angels The
Dressed to Kill 1980
Driving Miss Daisy
Driving miss Wealthy (2004)
Drop Dead Gorgeous 1999
Drowning Mona CD1
Drowning Mona CD2
Drums Along the Mohawk
Drunken Master (Yuen Woo-Ping 1978)
Du rififi chez les hommes (Jules Dassin 1955) CD1
Du rififi chez les hommes (Jules Dassin 1955) CD2
Duck Soup (1933 Marx Brothers)
Dude Wheres My Car
Duel in the Sun CD1
Duel in the Sun CD2
Duel to the Death
Dumb And Dumberer When Harry Met Lloyd 2003
Dumb and Dumber
Dune 2000 - 1 of 3
Dune 2000 - 2 of 3
Dune 2000 - 3 of 3
Dungeons And Dragons
Dunken Monkey 2002
Dust in the Wind (Hsiao-hsien Hou 1986)
Dying td CD1
Dying td CD2
The Dawns Here Are Quiet The CD2