Knight Rider 1x07
NARRATOR: Knight Rider, a shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a man...
who does not exist.
Michael Knight, a young loner...
on a crusade to champion the cause of the innocent...
the helpless, the powerless...
in a world of criminals who operate above the law.
ALEX: Watch it, you jerk!
You want to blow us all to Kingdom Come?
I wouldn't do that, Alex.
TED: And we're all here celebrating because of Miss Wade and Mr. Miles.
Without their help, we'd be in deep trouble...
dried out by Herb Bremen.
But, boy, I gotta tell you...
when I saw a lady lawyer from The Foundation for Law and Government...
who's representing us in our case...
I really got a little nervous there.
TED: But seriously, folks, seriously, they did a bang-up job.
We've finally beaten Bremen.
MAN: Just hurry up. Let's plant this and get out of here.
If Bremen knew that you brought your brother along, he'd fire us both.
ALEX: Come on.
And according to the courts...
our water finally belongs to who it should belong to: us.
Let's just hope you're right.
WOMAN: What's that supposed to mean?
Only that for the last year...
Bremen's been trying to steal our rights legally.
Now that he can't, who knows what tactics he might resort to.
Grandpa, what's Mom so mad about? We won, didn't we?
In court we did. That's right, Kev.
But, you see, in the real world, it's not that way.
TED: Miss Wade, Mr. Miles...
we'd all just like to present you with a little token of our appreciation.
I'm sure I speak for all my colleagues at the Foundation...
who worked so diligently on this matter.
It has been a privilege to represent you in this fight.
And it's a special pleasure to win.
Now I'm sure Mr. Miles would like to thank you all personally.
- Devon? - Thank you.
Ladies and gentlemen...
it really has been a very great pleasure to have been able to help you.
That, after all, is what the Foundation is about.
And we certainly appreciate your kind gift.
It has been my experience in the past...
What the hell was that?
MYRA: It looks like it's near the catchment basin!
FRAN: It isn't near the catchment basin. It is the catchment basin!
I warned you all Bremen wouldn't give up so easily...
but you thought I was just paranoid.
Well, Mr. Miles, your legal victory doesn't mean diddly if they cut off our water.
What are we gonna do?
The first thing is we gotta go fix the basin and fast.
Do you think they'll want their trophy back?
We may have left these people with an even more serious problem...
than they had to begin with.
SUSAN: Do you have any ideas? DEVON: Only one.
DEVON: Anyway, as I was saying, we'd just won a lawsuit...
that will enable eight small ranches...
to keep the water that rightfully belongs to them.
However, the plaintiff, one Herb Bremen, now seems determined...
to resort to illegal acts to deprive them of that water.
- And you want me to stop them, right? - Exactly.
For how long? I can go up there and stop them for a month or a week.
MICHAEL: Can we stop them permanently? SUSAN: That's no problem.
I'm attempting to get a peace bond...
which is an injunction against this sort of harassment.
- Meaning? - Meaning if there is any more hanky-panky...
the courts will hold Herb Bremen personally responsible.
So you want me to cover you guys till you get this peace bond?
How long will that take?
SUSAN: It could take anywhere from a week to 10 days...
depending upon how much of a stiff the judge is.
All right, that doesn't seem to be too much of a problem.
All I gotta do is stop this Bremen guy from messing with the ranchers' water...
for up to 10 days.
It's slightly more complicated than that, I'm afraid.
MICHAEL: Like how? SUSAN: We can't get our hands dirty.
Which means if the ranchers engage in any extralegal activity against Mr. Bremen...
the judge will throw the whole thing out.
MICHAEL: I got you. Where do I start? DEVON: With Francesca Morgan.
She's not only their leader, she's also almost as impulsive as you are.
Stubborn, rebellious, constantly indignant.
As a matter of fact, I can't think of two people who deserve each other more.
All right, I got it. Stop him, stop her, make sure no one gets hurt.
DEVON: You got it. MICHAEL: See you.
BONNIE: All finished.
What have you done to the monster now?
I've just increased his capabilities enormously.
You see, you just push this button...
- and a grappling hook shoots out the back. - Really?
My! What a remarkable fisherman KITT would make.
Give him a chance to cool down, Sam.
We had a good ride.
BREMEN: So? KIRK: Piece of cake, boss.
ALEX: Real clean operation, Mr. B. It should stop them for a while.
I hope you're right, Alex. I don't like losing.
Like the lawsuit I filed. I should've made sure of the judge in the first place.
Francesca, my dear.
- I see you took the shortcut. - Just like you do all the time, Herb.
It's always good to see you. Come on in. Have a drink.
I'm here for one reason, and one reason only...
to serve notice on you.
We beat you in court, and now you're playing dirty.
You're not fooling anybody, and you're not getting away with it.
Back off, Herb. I'm warning you.
Just back off.
Now there's a pain we can deal with.
Let me at her. She thinks she owns the whole world.
Don't underestimate her. She's got more guts than the rest of them...
and she's their rallying point.
But I think if we take away their water long enough...
the whole valley will be mine by default.
MAN #1: Tell Mr. Bremen that the Knight Foundation is sending out...
some special hotshot out to help the ranchers.
MAN #2: Okay. We'll handle it.
FRAN: Pop, how's it going?
It's rough. But with a little luck, we ought to have it repaired by sundown.
Ma, are we gonna let Bremen get away with this?
No, honey, we're not.
KEVIN: What are we gonna do? FRAN: I don't know yet...
but I'll think of something.
Kevin, they had a problem just like this in a place called Lincoln County in 1870.
KEVIN: What'd they do, Grandpa? JOSH: Well, it's a long story...
so walk with me over here and I'll tell you all about it.
Morning, KITT. I gotta tell you, you're better than any hotel.
That was a great night's sleep...
and a terrific dream.
KITT: I'm glad you enjoyed yourself, Michael.
I believe we have a problem.
I've picked up some very large metallic objects directly ahead.
Okay, I'm gonna take over.
MAN: That's the car! It says Knight!
Bremen heard he was coming to help the ranchers.
Do you get the feeling they're a little hostile?
KITT: Feelings don't enter into it.
I can think of no friendly reason for their present deployment.
MICHAEL: Do we got room to jump? KITT: Of course we can jump.
But I can't guarantee where or how we'll land.
MAN: Easy as squishing a bug.
He can't get out of here now!
KITT: Are they serious? MICHAEL: They don't know you like I do.
KITT: Like this, Michael?
MICHAEL: Just like this.
That was a close one.
I wonder how they knew we were coming.
KITT: Are you positive it was a deliberate assault on us?
MICHAEL: No question about it. KITT: How can you be so sure?
Because earthmovers don't mate this time of year.
Turn around real slow, young fella. Keep those hands showing.
Now, who are you and what do you want here?
I'm not looking for a part in a western, especially the bad guy.
I'm Michael Knight. Devon Miles asked me to stop by.
FRAN: Harry, get over here. Come on, Harry.
If you've got some I.D., I'd like to see it, please.
Yes, sir. Sir, I do.
He's all right, Fran.
That remains to be seen.
Sorry to be so inhospitable, son...
but things have been mighty tense around these parts.
- Welcome to the Double-M Ranch. - Thank you.
I'm Josh Morgan, and this is my daughter-in-law Fran...
and my grandson Kevin.
What a neat car.
- You like it? - Sure beats the cars we got around here.
I've got work to do, Mr. Knight.
If you want to talk, you'll have to talk in the barn.
JOSH: You coming? KEVIN: In a minute, Gramp.
Just wanna take another look.
- Mr. Knight, do you wanna go see my mare? - Sure.
But you gotta call me Michael, okay?
KITT: Harry, go away. I am not a tree.
[KITT imitating growling]
Dog, what do you think you're doing?
I'm not a fire hydrant.
Some days, there's just no winning.
This is my horse Terra. She's due any day now.
Boy, she's real pretty, Kevin.
Like she'd throw a great foal.
MICHAEL: I'm here because Devon Miles suggested I might be of some help.
- Just what we need, another lawyer. - Listen, I'm not a lawyer.
I heard you've been having some problems.
But if you're not interested in me helping, I'll be happy to leave.
Kevin, go change your clothes. We'll be leaving for the basin in a few minutes.
All right, Mom.
FRAN: Look, Mr. Knight, if we can't solve this problem ourselves...
just what the hell good is one man like you gonna be?
Come on, Fran.
Mr. Knight, in this part of the country, water is more valuable than land.
We run about 6,000 head of cattle between eight spreads...
and each head needs 14 gallons a day.
Fourteen gallons a day. That's 84,000 gallons a day...
each day, 365 days a year.
Even without Herb Bremen's interference, we're barely managing to survive.
We've had a dry winter two years running, and our acre feet are down 30%.
Now, just how do you propose to help us?
Look, I think I'll be better at fixing Mr. Bremen's wagon than you are.
Look, Mr. Knight, you do your spying, or whatever it is you do...
and leave the rest to me. I've got my own idea how things should be done.
- Agreed? - You got it.
I'll see you at the basin later.
By the way, you can stay in the house.
We've got plenty of room since our help quit.
JOSH: Don't mind her, Mr. Knight. MICHAEL: I don't.
I think she's kind of gutsy.
Well, she's been living under a lot of pressure since my son Billy died.
Seems like she's fighting a whole war single-handed.
And she almost is. Been hard on her.
I'm getting too old to be much help. Kevin's too young.
She's got this whole place to worry about.
MICHAEL: I'd like to do what I can to help. JOSH: I bet you would.
And by the way, an acre foot...
is enough water to cover an acre of land...
with a foot of water.
Or to flush 70,000 johns a year.
Or enough to keep every head of cattle in this valley watered for four days.
Whichever is more important to you.
You can store your stuff in the house there, and then I'll show you the ranch.
You got it. Thank you.
KITT: Michael, did you see what that cur did to my tyre?
No, but I'm sure the damage isn't permanent.
KITT: It all depends upon whose tyre it is.
What are you staring at?
I've just never seen anybody take a bull for a walk before.
- You want some help? - No.
I mean, it's okay. I'd rather be alone.
Just exactly where are you taking this bull?
I'm gonna teach Herb Bremen a lesson he won't forget.
What kind of lesson?
Well, I thought I'd let old Bumper here have a little fun for a change...
with a real high-class crowd of Brangus.
Won't that destroy the value of the herd?
You catch on quickly, Michael. Doesn't he deserve it?
- Probably, but that's not the point. - That's exactly the point.
You're taking a chance with every ranch just to play a dirty trick on Bremen.
What do you mean?
You pull off this stunt, you're jeopardizing everybody's chances...
to get rid of Bremen the right way. In court, for good. Why?
- To get even with him. - That's pure self-indulgence.
Who the hell are you to tell me how to run my ranch or my life?
FRAN: You're just here on a pass. You don't belong.
Where do you get off being judge and jury?
I don't. I'm just pointing out a few facts you're too hot-headed to think about.
And maybe too selfish.
FRAN: No, Bumper!
Josh, help! Bumper's gotten loose!
MICHAEL: Don't worry. Just get out of the way.
Do something about that bull, will you, KITT?
KITT: A bull? Really, Michael. You want me to chase a bull?
I'm not a matador.
MICHAEL: KITT. KITT: Very well, Michael.
[Fast-paced instrumental music]
FRAN: What's going on?
Who's driving that car?
JOSH: How's that car doing that?
KITT: Toro, toro.
JOSH: Who said that?
FRAN: I'm afraid it was the car.
[Spanish instrumental music]
MICHAEL: KITT, teach him who's boss.
KITT: OlÚ! OlÚ!
That's the damnedest thing I ever saw!
FRAN: You've got old Bumper scared silly.
KITT: Michael, you may now take the bull by the horns, as they say.
MICHAEL: Come on.
Come on there, guy.
Here's your bull.
How'd you do that? How'd that car do that?
I see it, but I don't believe it.
Well, have you figured out another kind of accident yet?
ALEX: It's not gonna be easy, Mr. B.
From what I hear, the ranchers have established 24-hour patrols...
on the whole water system.
I don't care.
Even if we cut off their water for a few hours, the herds will stampede.
Yeah, but what about the patrols?
In that case, somebody will have to get hurt.
FRAN: Keep that bag open.
I was just showing Mike here what we gotta deal with.
As long as you're here, I better fill you in.
MICHAEL: You have my full attention.
FRAN: The water runs down that waterfall there...
from the main reservoir into this basin here...
where it's distributed by gravity flow to all eight of our ranches.
How long can the cattle go without water?
Three, maybe four days.
But that's not the big problem.
If you cut off their water for even six hours, they'll panic on you.
FRAN: Cattle can smell water miles away...
and the herds will take off for it, any way they can, anywhere their noses lead them.
MICHAEL: You mean stampede? JOSH: Yep.
And if you've ever seen one, you'll never forget it.
Looks like Bremen's got you in a pocket.
He's sure trying.
What can I do to help?
For now, why don't you go play with the cement mixer?
You were kind of hard on him, weren't you? I mean, he did come here to help.
What kind of help can he be if he doesn't know anything...
about ranching, or farming, or water?
That kind of depends on what he does know about. Give him a chance.
Unless there's something else you're not comfortable about.
You know, Dad, sometimes I think you missed your calling.
You would've been great at quilting bees with all the other gossips.
Now, come on. We got work to do.
FRAN: Time for bed, Kevin. KEVIN: Mom.
MICHAEL: If you want, you can show me around tomorrow.
I didn't get a chance to see much of the territory today.
- You'll drive? - You got it.
All right! Come on.
FRAN: You know, Michael, this is really our war, not yours.
Bremen means business. He hasn't killed anybody yet...
but I think that's just because he hasn't had to.
Don't worry about it. I've been in wars before, and I've survived.
I didn't like them much, but I don't like power-hungry people that much either.
So I think I'll take a little look around tomorrow.
MICHAEL: Good night and thank you. I gotta go.
Mr. Morrow asked me to do some guard duty for him tonight. Thanks for dinner.
KITT: It's about time.
You can't be impatient. That's a human trait.
KITT: I just like to know what's going on.
I'm only as good as my input, you know.
I know. I want you to stay in surveillance mode tonight.
We're doing some guard duty, and I got a feeling.
KITT: By all means, listen to your instincts.
I do. Believe me, I do.
- Good night, Mom. Love you. - Good night, sweetheart. I love you, too.
Now, you sleep tight and don't let those bad bedbugs bite.
I think I'm too old for that, Mom.
Whatever, Kev. Good night.
JOSH: He's a nice young fella, that Michael.
It's time you started thinking about going out and having some fun, don't you think?
Papa, I'm your son's wife.
Michael's just drifting through.
Come on, I haven't seen you that lit up inside since Billy died.
You are an incorrigible old romantic.
What's wrong with a little romance once in a while?
- Good night, sweetheart. - Good night, Papa.
I love you, too.
See you later.
- Right on time, Mike. - Everything okay?
Yeah, so far.
But I don't really expect any trouble this soon.
Let's hope not.
- See you later. Get some sleep. - Yeah, okay. Thanks.
I really don't know why you're doing this, but we sure do appreciate it.
It's all right. Good night.
KITT, I'm gonna check around the perimeter. Stay alert.
KITT: That's a redundancy, Michael. I'm always alert.
Dewey and me will take care of him.
What do you want me to do?
Pick up the car. It'll make a good souvenir.
MICHAEL: What is it, KITT? KITT: There are three men in the area.
One is approaching me on the rear left.
The other two are 20 yards behind you, moving quietly.
All right. You take care of your end, I'll take care of mine.
KITT: Of course.
KITT: You should remove your hand, buddy. DEWEY: Who said that?
DEWEY: Alex! It's alive!
KITT: Aren't we going after them, Michael?
No, KITT. We gotta stay here and do some guard duty.
What happened back there, anyway?
KITT: You told me to take care of my end and I did.
I don't think that person will ever attempt to approach me again.
Possibility ever occur to you that you might have scared him off?
KITT: Wasn't that the point?
Not exactly, no.
KITT: Well, next time you want something handled in a specific way...
please be sure to tell me ahead of time.
I did manage to save us both from harm, you know.
Right. And you did very, very good work.
How's it going?
TED: Fine. MYRA: All quiet so far.
FRAN: Don't let up. We know Bremen's gonna make another move.
It's just a matter of where and when.
Come, baby. Let's go. Come on.
KITT: Michael, where are we going?
Bremen's ranch, buddy. To investigate.
KITT: To investigate what?
If I knew that, we wouldn't have to investigate, now, would we?
KITT: You call that logic? MICHAEL: You got a better idea?
KITT: How would you like to hear a little music?
KITT: That person up ahead is the one that tried to violate me last night.
He's over the rise, about 100 yards ahead.
MICHAEL: The one who freaked out? KITT: Exactly.
We may have something worth investigating after all.
MICHAEL: You take over, buddy.
I want you to pretend you're a UFO with a very unpleasant disposition.
KITT: That may require considerable acting ability on my part.
Not as much as you think.
[Tense instrumental music]
KITT: Why were you were running when all I want to do is talk to you?
Who are you?
What do you want to talk to me about? I wasn't doing anything.
KITT: You were very offensive last night, earthling.
Who are you?
KITT: I don't really think you want to know the answer to that.
We've had some unfortunate prior experience with earthlings...
who became too inquisitive.
Are you from outer space or something?
KITT: Outer space covers a lot of territory.
Anyway, we're wasting time. You'd better just get right in.
DEWEY: What for? KITT: I've come to collect you.
You mean you wanna take me out there...
DEWEY: into space? KITT: That's right.
Unless, of course, you have some information you want to give me.
KITT: Like maybe what this earthling Bremen's next move is.
Our supreme council finds his antics quite amusing.
I could get in big trouble if I told you that.
KITT: What do you mean, "get"? You are in big trouble.
I don't know anything...
except it's got something to do with the main water pipes.
That's all I can tell you. Just please go!
KITT: Thank you very much. I'll be seeing you around.
Not if I can help it.
KITT: How did I do, Michael?
MICHAEL: KITT, that was beautiful.
That earthling bit...
was pure genius.
KITT: Yes, I thought so myself at the time.
KITT: What's our next move? MICHAEL: The pipes, of course.
MAN: Get in position, Frank.
KITT: That's an awfully impressive piece of machinery, Michael.
Are you quite sure we want to antagonize it?
We don't have any choice, KITT.
With one swipe of that arm, he can rupture those pipes...
wipe out the ranchers' water supply for days.
KITT: Very likely. But I'm thinking of what one swipe of that arm could do to us.
What do you intend to do?
We got to manoeuvre him away from those pipes.
MICHAEL: Hey, you! Move away from those pipes!
FRANK: He's gotta be kidding! MAN: Move around, Frank!
FRANK: Easy pickings. MAN: You bet.
MAN: Now! FRANK: Got him!
MAN: Frank, what happened?
So far it's a standoff, KITT.
We gotta get that guy away from that pipeline.
KITT: What do you intend to do, Michael?
You know I'm not programmed to finish off any person.
The people aren't the problem. It's the backhoe.
Wait a minute.
What about that grappling hook Bonnie just installed?
KITT: Good thinking.
FRANK: I'll get him this time!
The retro-rockets, KITT?
KITT: Very logical, Michael. MICHAEL: Thank you.
FRANK: Back up!
MAN: I can't get away! He's towing us!
KITT: Farm implements. MICHAEL: Yeah.
MICHAEL: Nice horse.
BREMEN: Nice car. MICHAEL: Thank you.
I assume you're Michael Knight from the Foundation.
- You're very well informed, Mr. Bremen. - Naturally.
What can I do for you?
- It's more like what I can do for you. - Meaning?
MICHAEL: I think we both know what's going on around here.
I just thought I'd tell you that whatever you've got in mind...
it isn't gonna happen.
So what do you say we make life easy on everybody...
and leave the status as quo as possible?
You're very confident, Mr. Knight.
MICHAEL: It's better confident than overconfident.
These mean something?
Yes, sir. You'll find your men handcuffed to their machines up at the pipeline.
That play didn't work either.
MICHAEL: By tomorrow night, you should have your injunction against Bremen...
and that should be that.
FRAN: You just don't know him like I do. He doesn't plan on giving up.
MICHAEL: What's the matter with you, Fran? You worried about it?
FRAN: Not really about him.
I'm worried about Kevin.
MICHAEL: Kevin? Why?
FRAN: I'm afraid he'll grow up like Josh or me.
MICHAEL: What's wrong with that?
FRAN: Josh still thinks we live in the Old West.
I'm not so sure we're the greatest influence on him sometimes.
You give him a lot of love, don't you?
A lot of discipline?
And a chance to be himself?
- Most of the time. - He'll be fine.
How do you know all this? You don't have any kids.
I was a kid once. I remember.
I'm not so sure you're still not a giant kid right now.
You may be right.
Michael, do you think people can change?
All the time.
- I've got this really bad temper. - No kidding.
I just wish I was an easier sort of person...
instead of always flying off like a rocket first.
I know it's not good for Kevin or me.
All you gotta do is figure out how to channel all that energy...
into something positive.
I think if I let go of all that anger, I just won't be able to cope anymore.
It's the only thing that keeps me strong.
You can't be strong all the time.
- Nobody is. - Not even you?
Not even me.
You know, Devon's always telling me how impulsive I am.
Looking at you, I think I know what he means.
You're right. I know you're right.
But now what I think I need more than anything is a hug.
KEVIN: Hi, Mom.
Kevin, what are you doing here this early?
- Spent the night with Terra. - I thought I told you...
Never mind. I probably would've done the same thing at your age.
- Where are you going? - Over to Bremen's.
I can't stand this cat and mouse game anymore.
- I gotta find out what's going on. - That could be dangerous, Mom.
Don't you worry. I'll be careful. Let's go.
FRAN: Don't tell Michael I've gone to Bremen's.
BREMEN: Your ineptness has left me no option. I have no time now.
If we can't drive them out, we're gonna have to flood them out...
I want you to blow the sluice gates at the main reservoir.
ALEX: This time we'll do it right. DEWEY: It was not my fault.
It's that car, I'm telling you. It's a jinx.
ALEX: Never mind the car. We gotta make it look like an accident.
Open those sluice gates at the main reservoir.
That ought to take care of the Double-M and the rest for good.
Now, let's set those charges.
KIRK: Shut up and stop screaming. You won't get hurt.
FRAN: Let me go!
FRAN: Let go of me! KIRK: I said shut up!
FRAN: Put me down! KIRK: Boy, she's a real fighter!
KEVIN: Come on, hurry up.
KEVIN: Bremen's got Mom. MICHAEL: Where is she?
KEVIN: She's at his ranch.
MICHAEL: Kevin, why'd your mom go to Bremen's?
KEVIN: She said she couldn't stand waiting any longer, and not to tell you.
scan the interior. See if you can locate her.
KITT: Of course I can locate her.
KITT: There are three people in the southeast portion of the house.
Several in the back, which presumably is the kitchen area.
And one person in the pool house.
That's gotta be Fran. Let's go.
KITT: Mrs. Morgan, would you please move flat against the south wall?
They're gonna open the sluice gates and flood out the entire valley!
MICHAEL: That's where we're going.
- Are you all right, Mom? - Yeah.
I'm just embarrassed that I got caught.
[Tense instrumental music]
FRAN: We're too late! All of this and we didn't make it!
Don't be too sure about that.
MICHAEL: There's a canyon about a half mile down the road.
We just gotta get there before the water does. Let's go!
FRAN: Blowing the catch basin was nothing compared to the main reservoir.
MICHAEL: Don't worry. We're almost there.
Give me another round, buddy.
I don't believe it.
Well, Mrs. Morgan...
Bremen and his boys are going to be in jail for quite a long time.
I guess we didn't do so badly after all.
No, Mr. Miles, I guess you didn't. And thank you.
And I do hope you'll accept our invitation to come back soon.
I know Kevin will be very disappointed if you don't.
How can he refuse?
KEVIN: I'm awful sorry, Mom! FRAN: Awful sorry about what?
Old Bumper got out, and I can't catch him.
KITT: No need to worry, Michael. I've become quite adept at this sort of thing.
Won't you ever learn?
NARRATOR: One man can make a difference, Michael.
Michael Knight, a lone crusader in a dangerous world...
the world of the Knight Rider.
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Kavkazskaya plennitsa - Kidnapping Caucasian Style (Leonid Gaidai 1966)
Kaze No Katami - The Wind Carpet (Kamal Tabrizi 2003)
Kdo chce zabit Jessii
Keeping The Faith
Keeping Up Appearances 01 - My Name Is Bouqet
Keeping Up Appearances 02 - Welcoming The Dishy Vicar
Keeping Up Appearances 03 - Visiting Acquaintanance Stately
Keeping Up Appearances 05 - Daisy And Her Toy Boy
Keeping Up Appearances 06 - How To Manage Christening
Keeping Up Appearances 11 - Googley-Eyed Registrar
Keeping Up Appearances 12 - Coctails With Greek Millionaire
Keeping Up Appearances 13 - Unfortunate Prospect
Keeping Up Appearances 14 - Playthings For Daddy
Keeping Up Appearances 15 - Three Piece Suite
Keeping Up Appearances 16 - Picnic For Daddy
Keeping Up Appearances 17 - Very Merry Hyacinth
Keeping Up Appearances 18 - Sea Fever
Keeping Up Appearances 19 - Angel Gabriel Blue
Keeping Up Appearances 20 - Historical Pageant
Kees de jongen CD1
Kees de jongen CD2
Kekec (Joze Gale 1951) CD1
Kekec (Joze Gale 1951) CD2
Kellys Heroes (1970)
Ken Park (2002)
Kenny Rogers - Live by Request
Kes (Ken Loach 1969)
Kid Stays in The Picture The
Kid The CD1
Kid The CD2
Kids Return 1996
Kids Return CD1
Kids Return CD2
Kiki delivery service
Kill Bill CD1
Kill Bill CD2
Kilometer Zero (2000)
King In New York A 1957
King Is Alive The
King Kong vs Godzilla 2 (1962)
King The (2003) CD1
King The (2003) CD2
King of Comedy The (1983)
King of marvin gardens The
Kings Go Forth (Delmer Daves 1958)
Kinjite Forbidden Subjects (J Lee Thompson 1989)
Kiss Me Kate 1953
Kiss Me Stupid - Billy Wilder 1964
Kiss Of Death
Kiss of the Dragon
Kiss the Girls
Kites Over Helsinki
Kitne Door Kitne Paas (1999)
Knife In The Water 1962
Knight Rider 1x03
Knight Rider 1x04
Knight Rider 1x05
Knight Rider 1x06
Knight Rider 1x07
Knight Rider 1x08
Knight Rider 1x09
Knight Rider 1x10
Knight Rider 1x11
Knight Rider 1x12
Knights Of The Round Table
Knights Tale A
Knockin On Heavens Door
Koi mil Gaya (2003 Hindi)
Krull 1983 CD1
Krull 1983 CD2
Kuch Naa Kaho 2003
Kumokiri Nizaemon (1978) CD1
Kumokiri Nizaemon (1978) CD2
Kung Fu Hustle 2004
Kyun Ho Gaya na