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[Theme music]
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.
REPORTER: Yesterday's bombing was the latest of terrorist assaults...
that have left scores of casualties worldwide.
One can only wonder what effect this will have on the summit conference...
organised by the Foundation's Devon Miles...
which is scheduled to convene five days from now.
At that time...
Mr. Miles hopes to negotiate a treaty among three of the nations...
currently harbouring the terrorist brigades.
DEVON: [On TV] Hello. We're looking forward to the meeting.
Yes, I'm watching it now.
Absolutely terrible news.
It means that we will have to approach the mission...
with a renewed sense of urgency.
Don't worry. You'll soon see what steps I intend to take.
DEVON: [On TV] The important thing is...
words, not guns, should be employed now.
We don't need any more violence. We have no more statements. Thank you.
Michael, what is this?
Seaweed.
What is seaweed doing under KITT's hood?
Yeah, I can explain that.
KITT: Perhaps you shouldn't, Michael.
Don't tell me...
Remember all those jewel robberies down at the marina?
It turns out the two thieves are scuba divers.
Anyway, KITT and I are on the pier...
and these two guys jump right in the ocean, so naturally...
- Michael. - Devon, what's the good word?
I wish I had one. Sorry to disturb you both.
I need you to drive me somewhere at once.
All right. KITT should be ready in a few seconds.
DEVON: We won't need KITT. I've arranged for another car.
Come along.
We must move quickly. Time is of the essence. Goodbye, Bonnie.
- I'll catch you guys later. - Here.
[Playful instrumental music]
KITT: Why do you suppose they excluded me, Bonnie?
I don't know, KITT.
BONNIE: But don't take it personally.
KITT: I won't. You know I can't take anything personally.
[Mysterious instrumental music]
I've always known you were a class act, Devon...
but is it really necessary for me to chauffeur you around like this?
In this case, absolutely essential, Michael.
In fact, you're virtually indispensable.
[Car tyres screech]
[Tense instrumental music]
Looks like we got some company. Any ideas?
Yes. Lose it. Anyway you can.
MICHAEL: Okay, Devon, but this sure isn't KITT.
[Tense instrumental music continues]
MICHAEL: We're like a tank against a fighter plane.
MICHAEL: What am I supposed to do? DEVON: Be skilful, Michael.
[Car tyres screech]
[Tense instrumental music continues]
[Redmond laughs]
Well, Mr. Redmond. What is your opinion of my opinion now?
You were not kidding, Mr. Miles.
This boy can hold his own with the best. He's gonna do just fine.
Do what fine? Would somebody like to tell me what's going on here?
All in good time, dear boy.
DEVON: Next week, the leaders of three rather unstable Third World nations...
will come together here...
in order to sign an anti-terrorism treaty.
If this treaty is signed, it could put international terrorism out of business.
Devon, I still don't see the problem.
Because, Michael, one of the security team may be a plant sent in on a hit job.
Or at the very least, to make sure that the treaty isn't signed.
And I'm supposed to find the hit man. Right?
DEVON: Exactly.
In order to polish their skills for their assignment...
the members of the security team will attend a special session...
at Mr. Redmond's Victory Academy.
He normally handles groups of up to 100.
He teaches tactical and evasive driving techniques...
...along with advanced, hand-to-hand combat...
and weapons-oriented bodyguard techniques.
I'm familiar with the place.
MICHAEL: Do you have any more information for me beyond the fact...
that one of these guys just might be a ringer?
Very little, I'm afraid.
Here are their dossiers but there isn't much to be learned from them.
So with no leads, I got less than one week...
to catch a bad guy who may not even exist.
Doesn't sound to me to be too simple.
On the contrary, Michael, it seems perfectly simple to me.
Devon, let's say there is a bad guy.
And he overreacts and decides to waste me.
That would be a most serious and unfortunate resolution, Michael.
But you're quite right. It would solve our problem.
[Slow instrumental music]
[Upbeat instrumental music]
MICHAEL: What we're gonna do...
we'll do our best to make any possible suspect blow his or her cover.
KITT: I must say, it's an extremely clever plan, though.
KITT: Must've been Mr. Miles' idea.
Why would you think that?
KITT: Because it entails a rather objective and sophisticated insight...
into your basic character.
KITT: Of course. With your usual lack of subtlety...
you would have no problem at all in panicking anyone with anything to hide.
KITT: Actually, we might even go so far as to say...
MICHAEL: KITT. KITT: Yes, Michael, I know.
Shut up.
[Upbeat instrumental music]
[Car horn honking]
[Upbeat instrumental music continues]
MICHAEL: Hi. MARGOT: Hi.
[Keller and Lopez grunting]
MICHAEL: Looks like the training here is pretty rough.
MARGOT: Maybe this is what they do for roll call.
[Grunting continues]
MICHAEL: You're sure this is part of the programme?
You big gorilla. I didn't know you were in this class.
Yeah. I would have turned it down if I knew they let wimps like you into it.
[Laughing]
If that's how they greet an old friend...
I wonder what they do when they meet an enemy.
If we're careful, we'll never find out.
- Margot Wells. - Michael Knight.
Howdy. Keller. The freelance fighting game's been a little shaky lately.
We're just trying to keep our hand in.
Yeah. We get high-strung sitting around.
Ain't nothing gonna get you high.
I know what you mean. That nervous energy keeps building up.
- Name's Corey. - Jacobs.
Now you know who to call when you want to work it off.
I can think of a lot better ways to burn off excess energy.
Well, you can start by burning off a little energy with that.
I hate to be the one to break this to you, but this isn't Club Med.
You mean, I'm not gonna need my perfume...
my makeup, my sexy gowns, and my string bikinis?
MICHAEL: Sounds great to me, but it's probably the wrong kind of ammunition.
[Suspenseful instrumental music]
MICHAEL: Buddy, how about a little snapshot of that little package?
[KITT humming]
MICHAEL: Anything?
KITT: Yes. A semiautomatic pistol, .32 calibre, three clips of ammunition.
MICHAEL: Yeah? KITT: Seven blouses, four pairs of slacks...
two pairs of shoes, six sets of undergarments...
MICHAEL: KITT. KITT: Yes, Michael?
Shut up.
[Upbeat instrumental music]
[Gunshots firing]
As you see, this isn't your ordinary, Sunday-go-to-meeting windshield.
In fact, nothing about any of these cars here is ordinary.
They're not indestructible.
But they'll take a hit that would send a production-line model to car heaven.
KELLER: Any chance I can get one of those for my live-in?
I don't think you could afford both, Keller, anyway.
Unless one, or both of them, were a dog.
Seems to me that a waterbed would be more your style.
Why don't you just save that for the hand-to-hand class?
Stow this, Jacobs.
Nobody should be too impressed with this demonstration of mine.
The best security measures are those...
[Fast-paced suspenseful instrumental music]
MICHAEL: What, are you nuts? It's practise, remember?
It was an accident! The strap caught the trigger when I put it in the rack.
- No more accidents. All right? - All right, Knight. All right.
Now, if you ask me, it's crazy using live ammo in the first place!
Yeah. You're probably right.
But it keeps everybody on their toes, now, doesn't it?
Come on. We got work to do. Let's go. Come on.
[Slow suspenseful instrumental music]
Why don't you come back and join the party?
What's with that guy, anyway?
He spent three years in a Cuban prison in solitary.
Ever since then, he gets in these weird moods.
Where's Margot?
I don't know. She said something about making a phone call.
Man, I hate white bread.
Better go round her up before Bigfoot here eats everything in sight.
Wait for me. I need to call my bookie.
[Slow suspenseful music continues]
[lntense instrumental music]
[Slow suspenseful instrumental music]
[Exclaims and coughs]
[All coughing]
Good morning.
That's your idea of an alarm clock?
Good morning, Mr. Knight.
No, it's just a little Halloween smoke, that's all that is.
But it could just as easily have been dynamite...
fulminate, les plastiques, you name it.
Jacobs, shut up!
But if I'd been a for-real bandido...
I could have blown you all so far that your memories...
would have just been memories.
With you out of the way, your VIP would be defenceless.
A sitting duck.
Don't take yourself for granted. A bodyguard is a target, too.
But what I want you to remember is you gotta be on, every minute.
All 24 hours of the day.
Now you're on your own until roll call.
Knight.
Remember. All 24 hours of the day.
That goes double for you, amigo. Comprende?
Comprende.
[Slow suspenseful instrumental music]
KITT: Michael, where are your pants?
Never mind. KITT, I got a bone to pick with you.
KITT: According to my data on human anatomy, you have 206 bones...
give or take some questionable cartilage.
I left you in your surveillance mode.
Now why didn't you signal me when Redmond went into my bungalow?
KITT: If you recall, you yourself told me that Mr. Redmond could be trusted.
Is that supposed to be an idea of your logic?
KITT: No. It's an example of yours.
KITT: Speaking of that, when do you plan to start making these people nervous?
I'm starting tonight.
I'm gonna organise a card game.
I'm gonna get rowdy and drunk and indiscreet.
KITT: Very well. But when are you planning to do some work?
That's good. I like that.
- That's a fool's bet. Don't bet that. - That's a good one. I like this.
COREY: Okay. Go ahead. MICHAEL: Here's $60.
[All laughing]
MICHAEL: Seven!
- Pick up your money. - Listen, you guys.
You know anything about this weirdo Jacobs?
You ever worked with him? He's weird.
Pal, in our line of work, asking anything about anybody...
is a risky proposition.
Lopez, don't get so touchy. I'm not asking anything about you.
- Not yet, anyway. - And that's the way I like to keep it.
Come on, let's just play cards, all right?
- Let's just play! - It's practically the 21st century.
You wanna bet anything worth knowing about you, Lopez, or you, Keller...
or any of us here is stored up in some computer somewhere.
And all you gotta do is know one thing.
- What? - What buttons to push.
Shut up!
Come on, let's play cards.
Today, you'll practice ambush and evasive tactics.
It'll be two on one.
Two cars of baddies to one good guy.
Lopez, I want you and Corey to take the limos.
Knight, you and Keller will attack Lopez.
Margot.
I'd like you and Jacobs to attack Corey here.
- All right? - Two against one.
MICHAEL: I've been here two days, and I'll give you a preliminary report.
Redmond is a genius in denims.
What he doesn't know about terrorism hasn't been discovered.
Corey is the wise guy. There's always one in every crowd.
He gets away with it because he's good.
[Fast-paced instrumental music]
MICHAEL: Keller's the best driver in the group.
He does things they haven't thought of in Detroit.
Lopez, well, he always has a smile on his face.
He's as tough as two men twice his size.
Margot is the brains of the group.
In class, she even startles Redmond.
Jacobs is a killing machine, Devon, through and through.
In short, they're a perfect team.
The kind I'd be real happy to go into combat with.
The problem is:
how do I detect an assassin in a group of trained killers?
The local hangout is called the Buckaroo Club.
I'll meet you there. Maybe one of us will have a bright idea.
[Jukebox playing country music]
Hello, cowboy.
Bonnie.
Howdy, partner.
Trail boss sent me to round you up.
Thataway.
Did you change your hair or something?
Devon, you look ridiculous.
DEVON: Really? I thought I looked like Gary Cooper.
Michael, we've had a devil of a time trying to find you tonight.
Is this the only pub in this town?
It's country western. And yeah, it is.
Yes. Very primitive. And hideously noisy.
Wait, that's chilli.
And believe me, a gourmet like you wouldn't be interested.
Very unassuming. And much too simple.
You know, cayenne is no substitute for cumin.
And all those beans.
And now for a progress report.
Do you realise that we're running very near the edge, so to speak?
Devon, I've tried running it up the flagpole, but so far, nobody's saluted.
Meaning what?
Meaning that he hasn't had any reaction worth talking about.
Meaning that either there is no ringer, or if there is one...
his nerves are a lot better than we thought.
Or you're not as obvious as you might be.
Though I find that very hard to believe.
MICHAEL: Bonnie, did he actually give me a compliment?
Listen...
do any of the drivers know exactly what the mission is yet?
Of course not. Why should they be briefed before it's necessary?
That's true.
But if there is a bad guy...
he would have to know, wouldn't he?
What a brilliant thought.
Yes, of course he would.
[Suspenseful instrumental music]
KITT: Michael, I guess we can call it a day.
Not yet, KITT. I wanna search Margot's room.
KITT: I've heard that one before.
It will give you something to brood about during the night.
[Suspenseful instrumental music continues]
[Tense instrumental music]
[Gunshot firing]
[Michael grunting]
- That hurts! - It's supposed to.
And are you armed or do I have to embarrass both of us by a frisk?
- What are you doing in my room? - Would you buy lust?
I wouldn't buy anything at this point.
Tell me why you're packing a gun in your suitcase.
Yeah, just as soon as you tell me why you want to know.
You want to let me go?
[Sighing]
Look, we're all in this to do a job.
Not to spy on one another.
Or are we?
In this scenario, Lopez is the bodyguard, Knight is the VIP.
Now, Keller, Corey, Wells, and Jacobs are hunting them down.
The Uzis will be using wax loads.
- What's the effect of the wax load? - Well, they sting like hell...
and they leave a nice, red splat so you know you're dead.
When you find them, don't be gentle. A little pain can be highly motivational.
MARGOT: This could get interesting.
REDMOND: Knight, Lopez, remember, you're gonna have to be on your toes.
It doesn't matter what hat you pull your rabbit out of...
all that matters is survival.
And as for the rest of you, the hit team:
Remember, when you find those two boys, don't be gentle.
Make them remember that being stupid can hurt.
Okay!
You bozos are stuck out in the middle of nowhere and you're unarmed.
These people'll give you two minutes head start.
REDMOND: Okay, go. COREY: What about the two minutes?
Corey, the terrorists don't play fair. Why should we?
REDMOND: Go. Come on. COREY: Okay.
- I'll outflank them. - Yeah, it's a good idea.
[Slow suspenseful instrumental music]
[Both panting]
I hope you're on your toes, man.
Yeah, it's mutual.
It's a perfect setup. It's a good thing their bullets aren't real.
Yeah.
I think that we better split up.
- It'll double our chances. - Yeah, okay.
Go. Good luck.
[Slow suspenseful music continues]
[Whispering] KITT. If anyone's playing for keeps...
this would be the perfect time for them to try.
Get into this area and monitor everything that moves.
[KITT humming]
[Engine starts]
[Upbeat instrumental music]
KITT: Michael, I'm scanning the area now.
KITT: Stand by. I should be able to home in on your recent communicator.
MICHAEL: Come on.
[Gunshots firing]
Was that Knight?
[Suspenseful instrumental music]
[Gunshots firing]
KITT: Michael, I'm locked on to you. There.
KITT: You're due south of my position.
KITT: It may take a little time to reach you.
[Car tyres screech]
KITT: Michael, there's someone stalking you. Approximately 150 metres northeast of you.
[Cries out]
[Suspenseful instrumental music continues]
MICHAEL: KITT, I was right. They're using real bullets.
KITT: For someone who's been proven right, you don't sound very pleased.
[Suspenseful instrumental music continues]
REDMOND: What are you doing out here? Where's your target?
He's in trouble. Somebody's trying to kill him.
- Wait! Are you sure? - It's Jacobs.
I got away. But he's hunting Michael, and Michael's unarmed.
Come on, let's get some live ammo.
MICHAEL: [Whispering] Got me on your scanners?
KITT: Yes, Michael. MICHAEL: Jacobs is stalking me.
MICHAEL: Can you tell me where he is? KITT: I believe so.
KITT: There's another person about 12 metres southeast of your position.
That's all I need to know.
[Suspenseful instrumental music]
[Both grunting]
[Fast-paced tense instrumental music]
JACOBS: Congratulations, Knight. You found your assassin.
Are you hurt? Tell me the truth, Michael.
Devon, I'm fine.
My first hunch was right, though. It was Jacobs.
Has he talked? Who financed him?
DEVON: Did he... MICHAEL: I'd like to pick his brain...
but unfortunately, he challenged an Uzi and lost.
You'd better start home.
You can catch up on paperwork while I go meet the Third World leaders.
See you in a few hours.
MICHAEL: Okay. Looks like I'm out of here.
- Thank you very much. - Thank you, Mike. Good luck.
All right. See you, guys. Thanks.
And you.
Thank you very much for saving my life.
[Slow instrumental music]
KITT: Michael, you're strangely quiet. Is something bothering you?
KITT, the first day we arrived...
Jacobs tried to kill me before we put the game plan into action.
Why did he make the try then?
He had no reason to be suspicious at that point.
KITT: Perhaps it was just an accident, as he claimed at the time.
And perhaps there really is a tooth fairy, and perhaps there really is a Santa Claus.
Go to manual.
KITT: What're you doing, Michael? MICHAEL: We're going back.
Gonna find out why our game plan worked so flawlessly.
[Suspenseful instrumental music]
[Car tyres screech]
What's he doing here?
MICHAEL: Jacobs? You look pretty healthy for a dead man.
[Tense instrumental music]
MARGOT: You shouldn't have come back, Michael.
I figured that one out for myself.
- How many of you were involved in this? - All of us. The whole class.
No kidding. I got to hand it to you.
That's brilliant. You set me up, didn't you?
You staged Jacobs' death.
Also, I could call Devon and everyone breathes a big sigh of relief.
Right. Then when security is relaxed...
Third World leaders are sitting ducks.
- Where's Redmond? - He's in town.
He plans on coming back to escort us to the airfield...
but I think we're gonna leave a little earlier than that.
You didn't kill him.
Michael, we're professionals.
We only kill people if we get paid for it.
MARGOT: Or if they get in the way. MICHAEL: One thing still bothers me.
Your dossiers are clean all the way back. How'd you get past the security check?
Wouldn't you like to know?
MARGOT: Leave him alone.
Go out and move his car. We don't want Redmond to see it.
We all have our political beliefs, Michael...
but sometimes Jacobs gets a little carried away.
To answer your question, we had a man on the inside.
KITT: Michael, are you there?
KITT: Michael, your audio isn't on.
KITT: I can hear you, but you can't hear me.
I'm sorry about this, Michael.
- I really am. - Yeah, I bet you are.
You know what? I liked you. I liked you a lot.
But I think, behind your pretty smile and your pretty face...
there's nothing but a grinning skull.
[Suspenseful instrumental music]
You both are forgetting one thing.
You kill me, there's gonna be a lot of questions.
MICHAEL: As far as Devon's concerned, I'm driving home now.
KITT: Michael, don't give them any ideas.
LOPEZ: He's right, you know?
- There will be questions. - No kidding.
You don't get bullet holes cruising down the highway.
KITT: Michael, how clever. You want me to cooperate with them.
Perhaps we better arrange a little accident.
What kind of accident?
Lopez, why don't you go see what's keeping Jacobs?
I think we're gonna need that car.
Got it.
I wish there could be another way, Michael.
Jacobs!
What's the matter? You've gone loco or something?
Yeah, you try opening the doors.
I've never seen anything like it.
Man, the pressure's getting to you.
I know you're never gonna believe me...
but I didn't want to hurt you.
It's a little late for that thought, isn't it?
No.
You won't feel any pain.
[Tense instrumental music]
Too bad. The guy wrapped up the big case...
but got totalled in an accident on the way home.
MARGOT: Whoever said life was fair?
Okay, let's go. We got 30 minutes until our sitting ducks touch down.
KITT: Michael, you'll be very proud of me. I did exactly what you wanted.
KITT: I let them drive me up here and put you inside...
and Michael, you can stop pretending now.
KITT: Michael.
KITT: You're not pretending, are you? Michael, wake up!
KITT: This should help.
MICHAEL: KITT? KITT: I see you're awake.
KITT: Michael, I'm afraid we have a problem.
KITT: Seven-eighths of a kilometre ahead is a steep drop.
MICHAEL: A drop? KITT: Actually, a cliff.
KITT: At our speed, we'll pass over the edge in less than 10 seconds.
KITT: We will then fall 456 metres to the canyon floor below.
MICHAEL: Great. KITT: I may survive the impact.
KITT: However, you will not.
MICHAEL: Just hit the brakes! KITT: I am hitting the brakes.
MICHAEL: Stop the car! KITT: I'm trying.
KITT: But the law of gravity takes precedent.
KITT: If you're familiar with Newton's laws of motion, then...
Rotate your turbo-booster.
[Panting]
That's just too close.
KITT: And also a brilliant demonstration of Newton's Third Law of Motion.
Yeah, great. Grade me later. Let's get out of here.
[Tense instrumental music]
[Fast-paced instrumental music]
Come to Mama.
PILOT: Foundation Control, this is Summit One. Request landing clearance.
CONTROLLER: Summit One, this is Foundation Control.
Devon Miles is standing by to greet your party.
You are cleared to land.
PILOT: Roger, Foundation. Over.
[Aeroplane roaring]
Welcome. Would you follow me, please?
CONTROLLER: Summit One, we are on a strict schedule. Please clear the runway.
KITT, patch me through to Devon. I want to warn him.
KITT: Sorry, Michael, I can't get through.
Why? We got to be in range of the airfield!
KITT: We are. But the security precautions for the Third World leaders...
- include a telephone security code. - You don't have it?
KITT: Human error, Michael. You told Devon the case was closed.
MICHAEL: Can you break the code? KITT: Do we have an hour?
We don't have five minutes.
[Tense instrumental music]
KITT: I have the assassination team on the scanners.
KITT: We will overtake them in a matter of minutes.
MICHAEL: Good! Don't let them out of your sight.
KITT: I don't intend to.
KITT: I should point out that those cars are heavily armoured...
and capable of great rates of speed.
KITT: Although I'm more than a match for any one of them...
five at once could be a problem.
MICHAEL: In that case, we'll whittle them down one by one.
[Tense instrumental music continues]
There they are, KITT, we're not too late.
[Car tyres screech]
[Suspenseful instrumental music]
This way, please.
CONTROLLER: Summit Two, please clear the runway.
Summit Three, this is Foundation Control. You are cleared to land.
Everybody, we're being pursued.
[Over CB] I don't know how, but it's Knight.
That's impossible.
Yeah, well, "impossible" is following at about 90 miles an hour.
Pull the limos over. We'll stop him right here.
Got it.
Yeah, that's a roger.
[Suspenseful instrumental music continues]
[Exclaims]
[Gunshots firing]
Here we go, KITT.
[lntense instrumental music]
[Whooping]
MICHAEL: That's two down, KITT. KITT: And three to go.
[Car tyres screech]
How very nice to see you. Won't you come in?
[Fast-paced instrumental music]
- He's back! He's still there! - You go on. We'll nail him.
And then catch up with you.
Yeah. I got you on the right there.
KITT: They've split up. Two of them are heading directly towards us.
MICHAEL: I noticed.
KITT: It's worse than I thought. The limousines have re-entered the picture.
KITT: Michael, all four vehicles are converging on our position.
KITT: They will impact with us in less than ten seconds.
MICHAEL: Not if I can help it.
[Whooping]
MICHAEL: Let's get out of here, and save the Third World leaders.
KITT: Not to mention our reputations.
[Fast-paced instrumental music continues]
Jacobs, where are you?
[Static over CB]
Jacobs? Corey?
Keller! Lopez! Are you there?
I'm sure the cars will be here at any moment, gentlemen.
KITT: She's dangerously close to the Third World leaders.
MICHAEL: We have to, KITT. I owe that lady.
[Suspenseful instrumental music]
GUARD: Mr. Miles, there's a single car approaching.
Stop that grey car at all costs!
[Car tyres screech]
[Suspenseful instrumental music continues]
[lntense instrumental music]
[Car tyres screech]
[Explosion]
- Hello, Devon. - What kept you?
Am I late?
No.
[Victorious instrumental music]
ALL: [Singing] Where seldom is heard
A discouraging word
And the skies are not cloudy all day
[Cheering and laughing]
Devon, hi!
Are you out of your mind?
These people have a serious and critical meeting.
Well, that's why they got to unwind.
MICHAEL: I'll be right there, Abdul.
Devvy, come on, I'll buy you a beer.
"Devvy"?
MICHAEL: Devon.
MICHAEL: You represent the Free World to them.
You don't want them to think we're all sticks in the mud, do you? Come on!
Now, look here...
[Singing] Home, home on the range
Where the deer and the antelope play
Where seldom is heard
A discouraging word
And the skies are not cloudy all day
[All cheering]
[Upbeat instrumental music]
NARRATOR: Michael Knight, a lone crusader in a dangerous world...
the world of the Knight Rider.
[Theme music]
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Kajmak In Marmelada (2003)
Kakashi
Kal Ho Naa Ho CD1
Kal Ho Naa Ho CD2
Kalifornia 1993
Kama Sutra A Tale of Love 1996
Kamchatka
Kanal
Kandahar
Kangaroo Jack
Kanto Wanderer 1963
Kanzo Sensei CD1
Kanzo Sensei CD2
Kaosu (Chaos)
Karakter (1997) CD1
Karakter (1997) CD2
Karan Arjun
Karate Kid 2 CD1
Karate Kid 2 CD2
Karate Kid 3
Karate Kid The
Karo (pulse)
Kasaba
Kasoor
Kate And Leopold
Kate and Leopold (2001)
Katzelmacher
Kavkazskaya plennitsa - Kidnapping Caucasian Style (Leonid Gaidai 1966)
Kaze No Katami - The Wind Carpet (Kamal Tabrizi 2003)
Kdo chce zabit Jessii
Kebabtomte
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
Keetie Tippel
Kekec (Joze Gale 1951) CD1
Kekec (Joze Gale 1951) CD2
Kellys Heroes (1970)
Ken Park (2002)
Kenny Rogers - Live by Request
Kes
Kes (Ken Loach 1969)
Key Largo
Khakee CD1
Khakee CD2
Khakee CD3
Khartoum
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 Boxer
King David
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
Kingpin
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
Kitchen Stories
Kites Over Helsinki
Kitne Door Kitne Paas (1999)
Kjrlighetens Kjtere
Kletka
Klumps The
Klute 1971
Knafaim Shvurot
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
Knockabout
Knockin On Heavens Door
Koi mil Gaya (2003 Hindi)
Kolya
Koma
Kongekabale
Kopps
Kral Sokolu
Kronos
Krull 1983 CD1
Krull 1983 CD2
KrÓmpack
Kuch Naa Kaho 2003
Kukushka 2002
Kumokiri Nizaemon (1978) CD1
Kumokiri Nizaemon (1978) CD2
Kundun
Kung Fu Hustle 2004
Kushi 2003
Kuutamolla
Kwaidan
Kytice
Kyun Ho Gaya na