Good morning, Constable.
Well done, Steed.
But the nuns were a surprise.
You never can tell--
When the enemy will strike.
If we still have an enemy.
There's always an enemy, Steed.|You just have to know where to look.
Something's up at The Ministry.|They want you to meet somebody.
Well, they know where to find me.
Good morning, Prime Minister.
Yes, Prime Minister.
The Prospero Program weather shield|is down.
Yes, all of it.
The entire grid.
Yes, it's bad.
"Please answer the telephone."
Good morning, Dr. Peel.|We've scheduled an appointment for you.
John Steed. Boodle's Gentlemen's Club.|One hour. Thank you.
May I help you, madam?
For Mr. John Steed, I'm Dr. Peel.
I'm afraid that's impossible.
-You are female.|-As you see.
Then you can't come in.
I have an appointment.
-Not in Boodle's. Not since 1762.|-Really?
Dr. Peel, I presume.
And you must be Steed.
-Please don't get up.|-And I was about to throw in the towel.
Spot of bother at the door.
Well, I shouldn't wonder.|Not a woman inside Boodle's since--
So what was all this? Some sort of test?
Congratulations. You've entered|a bastion of male privilege.
You're not someone|who plays by the rules.
Rules are made to be broken.
Not by me.
Play by the rules, Doctor,|or the game is nothing.
And just what is the game?
This is all terribly formal.|Must I go on calling you Dr. Peel?
Under the circumstances,|you may call me Mrs. Peel.
Now that we've settled|the matter of titles...
...will you kindly explain|why you wished to meet me?
I didn't. Mother did.
Four o'clock. Mustn't be late.
Time for tea?
Word of warning: Don't take|the macaroon. Mother's favorite.
You are now entering a restricted area.
I always prefer a room with a view,|don't you? Tea?
I know about the Prospero incident.
Sugar, one lump.
-Is that why I'm here?|-You're here for tea, Mrs. Peel.
Welcome to The Ministry. Macaroon?
Prospero. Prospero.|Shakespeare's magician.
A government project I was working on|to create a weather shield.
A defensive umbrella.
I get it.
Someone attacks, we put up this...
...everyone goes home for tea. Marvelous.
Until someone blows up the research lab.
But did they just walk in?
-How did they get past security?|-That's what's interesting.
Security cameras at the Prospero lab|picked up a picture during the attack.
Something I'd like you to see,|if you have a moment.
Well, she looks terribly familiar.
You're our chief suspect.
I'm innocent, of course.
Or guilty until proven innocent.
-Why would I sabotage my own project?|-You tell us.
Looks like me.
But it isn't.
You will be allowed the privilege|to prove your innocence.
If you didn't blow up Prospero,|find out who did.
Mother would like me|to show you the ropes.
He'd like us to work as a team.
You mean I have to trust you?
Absolutely, Mrs. Peel.
Do you think Mrs. Peel is dangerous,|Father?
All in my report, Mother.
Why haven't I read it?
Because I haven't given it to you.
My theory goes: Mrs. Peel may be ill.
Possibly a split personality.
Maybe trauma. There was a husband.|Test pilot.
Missing over the Amazon. Presumed dead.
He was one of ours.
Revenge is a possible motive.
She certainly fits our profile.
-How could you have released her?|-Mrs. Peel is our only lead.
Either she'll lead us to the real enemy...
...or they'll find her.
We were bombarding protons and ions|to make antimatter.
I shall have to start calling you|"Doctor" again.
Artificially creating new weather systems.
You're a lady of hidden talents, Mrs. Peel.
A little more flexibility in the wrist.
To what do you attribute|your overachievements?
-My father always wanted a boy.|-Oh, really?
I fail to see the connection.
I had a feeling you would. So did he.
The ebony handles are a touch heavy,|Trubshaw.
I'll stick to the rosewood.
Excellent, sir. If you'd step this way....
Now my knight has chosen his armor.|Shouldn't we be on our way?
Well, Trubshaw's a man worth meeting.
No point in setting out half-shod.
That's why I ordered you a pair|of boots, Mrs. Peel.
I hope your shoes and waistcoat|please you, sir.
Your items will be delivered|to the usual address.
Mrs. Peel's boots?
-Send them on.|-Of course.
Mother suggested we go for a spin.
-Do you always listen to Mother?|-That depends.
Marvelous weather.|Not the sort of day to be stuck in town.
-I think we ought to get away.|-"We?"
Yes, just the two of us.
A weekend in the country,|long walks, the wind in your hair.
-How about it?|-Depends what you have in mind.
I'm a nature lover,|so whatever comes naturally.
Should we take my car?
I hope I haven't lost the knack.
Is the pot warm?
-Milk?|-Lemon, just a twist.
No cakes, I'm afraid.|You don't mind roughing it, do you?
On the contrary.
-Should we be making plans for tonight?|-We are.
I thought we'd have time to pay a|social visit, since we happen to be passing.
I thought as much.
-Anyone in particular?|-Sir August de Wynter.
Former Ministry man,|head of Special Projects.
Ran our Strategic Deception lnitiative.|He's retired now.
-A wealthy recluse.|-More interesting than that.
Sir August's a fanatical meteorologist.|It runs in the family.
Mother called April, sisters: May, June--
The family does have weather on the brain.|Any other vices?
All of a piece, really.|Sir August's chairman of BROLLY:
British Royal Organization|for Lasting Liquid Years.
It's a private group|recruiting top scientists.
He thinks British weather has been|tampered with by aliens.
They're not too keen on him|at The Ministry.
-Mother tells me he left under--|-A cloud?
If it wouldn't be too much bother,|could you charm him a little?
I'll see what I can do.
I meant me.
I'll snoop around.
You distract him.
Maybe something more feminine.|A woman's touch.
-That should do it.|-Think so?
Your confidence is overwhelming.
A minor talent. Or hadn't you noticed?
You're all wet.
Have we met, or is it just the rain|that's familiar?
We share a passion, I believe.
I have always admired a woman who is...
Mutual, I'm sure.
The thrill of the monsoon?
Ah, yes, the monsoons.
Even as a boy, when Nana taught me|the naming of the clouds....
I discovered then,|nothing beats a good lashing.
Mind your head.
You can have a good ten inches|overnight there.
...one should never fear...
Come this way.
These rapid climate changes.
-The Ministry needs some answers.|-Oh, that Ministry!
Dry enough, don't you think?
Do you mind?
I need a specialist's opinion.
Theoretically speaking,|if I wanted to alter cloud patterns...
...how would I power it?|By microtransmission?
Yes, by microtransmission.
The military applications were never|looked into after the Cold War.
The hot and the cold war.
Hot and cold war?
An outdated theory.
Intriguing, but impossible.
Nothing is impossible!
Only mathematically improbable.
My dear Dr. Peel, look here.
The twisted labellum.
Note the upturned apiculus|on the dorsal sepal.
A genetic impossibility.
That flower should not exist...
...yet there she is.
I did it.
Touch it, Dr. Peel.
I feel I'm wasting my time.
No, please touch it.
I'm sorry to trouble you.|It's obvious you know nothing.
I know nothing?
I have forgotten more than those fools|at The Ministry ever knew!
The ratio of protons to ions...
The entire Microtransmission Theory...
I did it all!
Private property. No trespassing.
Sorry! I can't hear you!
Private property. No trespassing.
I say, this is a bit much!
Perhaps your friend would like to join us.
Some rather nasty weather out there.
Perhaps he's lost.
I don't think so.
We don't get many trespassers up here.
We shoot them.
Is that you, Mrs. Peel?
Manners, Mrs. Peel.
There you are.
Grape? I bought them specially.
I hope you don't mind me taking liberties.
I had to tuck you up in bed.
You didn't seem in good shape|when I found you.
I was frozen stiff.
Now I feel much revived.
Not me you should thank for that.
Actually, I wasn't about to.|I recall a very strange thing.
You tried to shoot me, didn't you?
I would never shoot you.
-Not without my reasons.|-I remember it clearly.
One shot to the heart.
But, luckily, my...
...Trubshaw waistcoat was bulletproof.
Silly me, I thought you were|just overdressed.
"Be prepared." ls that your motto?
I thought it best to take precautions.|One never knows.
I suppose Mother warned you|about women like me.
Until now, I didn't know|there were women like you.
Obviously, I'm the sort|that doesn't take "no" for an answer.
I think that would depend entirely|on the question, Mrs. Peel.
I say, you definitely are Mrs. Peel,|aren't you?
I should've abandoned you.
Nursing an invalid isn't my idea of fun,|after all.
I could've taken up any amount of offers.
I did find a clue at Sir August's.
You see, Steed...
...a woman's touch....
You've been recommended by a friend who|said you'd know all about our problem.
We're awfully worried about our roses.
I don't understand.
My colleague and I represent...
...a very influential group|of flower growers...
...working under|tremendously adverse conditions.
For some years,|we've been breeding a special rose...
...the Crimson Monk...
...until in the past week|we've been plagued by...
I thought ladybirds loved roses.
A little too much, apparently.|Now our flower show's coming up.
We need a few more warm summer days|very quickly.
Have you seen the seven-spotted ladybird|in the mating season?
Speckled grey larvae?
A month to...
...no more roses.
I hope I haven't come to the wrong place.
I was recommended|by a member of BROLLY.
Don't say you haven't heard of it.
I was speaking to my colleague,|Sir August.
You do know Sir August de Wynter?
Welcome to Wonderland Weather,|here in our London headquarters.
Now, allied with our colleagues|from BROLLY...
...together we will make history.
You all know who I am...
...and I know all of you...
...but you cannot know one another.
...is still paramount.
Our organization now faces...
...its greatest test.
...l demand absolute loyalty...
But if anybody wishes to resign...
...he must do so now.
And in recognition of your work...
...a generous offer of $1 million awaits you.
...does anybody wish...
Please don't be shy.
We owe so much to both of you.
Without your work,|my humble project would perish.
How can I show my appreciation?
Any other business?
-You actually sell weather here?|-Yes.
Our newest line: Summer or winter.
Tuscany or Gstaad. Natural weather|delivered down your phone line.
All you'll need is a radio transmitter.
...will it feel?
A whole new line|in personalized meteorology.
Imagine...an autumn mist, dappled|sunshine through an autumn glade.
Whatever you fancy, sir.
A solution to matters meteorological|and horticultural...
...and to my roses.
Babbington, head of Prospero Research.
I'll take the high road.
And I'll take the low road.
That was a very silly thing to do.
-Just in time to save me from myself.|-Are you all right?
I thought I was seeing double.
That makes two of us.
So now you're saying|there are two Mrs. Peels?
-Preposterous!|-Let me handle this. I'm in charge.
We both know who's responsible.
This story is a complete red herring.|It's quite impossible.
Nothing is impossible. I often think|of six impossible things before breakfast.
Thank you for your contribution.
And now will you kindly allow me|to continue?
Steed, you were saying?
I was saying someone's recruiting|your Prospero scientists...
...under a cover organization.
But it's not Mrs. Peel.
If you're so sure of her innocence,|do you have another suspect?
What makes you so sure of an attack?
The World Council of Ministers is meeting|on St. Swithin's Day...
...the patron saint of weather--
I do see. That's what I've been trying|to tell you.
I saw both Mrs. Peels, with my own eyes.
We can't waste any more time.|He has his orders.
I'm counting on you, Steed.
The clock is ticking.
A perfect dress rehearsal.
Mother and Father are convinced|an attack will take place.
Could someone like Sir August|really target a kind of weather bomb?
Queen to rook five.
If they knew what they were doing.|It's all a question of protons and ions.
Left on their own, they repel each other.|Very unstable.
Knight to knight four.
To achieve fusion,|they require a little extra oomph.
A gentle embrace, as opposed to a clinch.
Low excitation energy,|technically speaking.
The pawn to knight four.
Look, I've been charting|these weather outbreaks.
Pawn to queen's knight three.
-Are you paying attention?|-Absolutely.
A believer in firm discipline.
Do you always obey orders?
Except when I don't.
Knight to queen five.
For example, if I were, perish the thought,|under orders to kill you....
-Pity you never told me.|-You never asked.
I can't mention everything.|Besides, we were getting along so well.
You didn't want to spoil the fun.
It would've put a damper on things,|don't you agree?
Pawn to queen's bishop three.
What did you have in mind?|Nothing too messy, I hope.
No need to dwell on the unsavory aspects.
After all, according to your file,|you're a psychopathic personality...
...with schizophrenic delusions,|suffering from recurring amnesia...
...based on traumatic repression...
...leading to outbursts|of antisocial and violent behavior.
Knight to king seven.
Is that really what you think of me?
...just my type, Mrs. Peel.
Good, because I think I found something.
You never fail to surprise me.
On this map...
...a cluster of microclimates|around a single area.
Very, very strange.
Time to pay Sir August another visit.
Queen takes knight.
It's just a game.
I can't hold off The Ministry much longer.
This Mrs. Peel, I'm warning you,|don't let her get too close.
Don't worry. I'll take care of Mrs. Peel.
You're playing rather well today, Father.
-Shall we double the bet?|-Yes.
I've never been able|to refuse you anything.
I win again.
I thought you lived on the edge, Mrs. Peel.|Is this as fast as you can go?
Have I trespassed on a male prerogative?
We're being followed.
What's that noise?
Bigger every year.
Sir August thinks of everything.
Would you please be so kind|as to hit the ground...
...if it's not too much trouble?
I hope he was a baddy.
My name's Alice.|Mother said you'd be on your way.
-John Steed.|-And this must be Mrs. Peel.
Mrs. Peel, Alice.
How do you do?
Cocky little bastard.
-Are you with Mother or Father?|-Both, actually.
I'm glad to hear they're together at last.|They don't get along.
Promotion, top job, most unfair.
-Quite a fuss at The Ministry.|-You don't say.
I think we should be on our way.
Someone didn't want you|to get to the party.
I expect we'll have to gatecrash.
This way. I know a back way in.
You are a Gemini, Mrs. Peel?
How did you guess?
Let's take separate paths.|We'll meet in the middle.
Ah, yes, it's clear now.|A love maze in a trapezoid shape.
A love maze.
Originally late-17th-century design,|then copied.
Over here, by your side.
I was worried.
-How touching. Afraid you'd lost me?|-No, that you might escape.
Just wondering if you'd brought me here|under false pretenses.
Frankly, I'm amazed.|Perhaps I should run away.
I'll have to give chase.
Sir August de Wynter.
An old trick I learned|from a dervish in lstanbul.
-If you insist.|-Then try this.
A man with an umbrella...
...is a man praying for rain.
And a man without one is a fool.|Never trust the weather, Sir August.
Rain or shine...
...all is mine.
So glad you could come.
I thought I'd drop in.
Just the two of us?
Yes, like spoons in a drawer.
Perhaps I could help you,|if I knew what you wanted.
The only thing I want...
Join me, Emma...
...and we have the world.
You would have to say "please."
But of course.
If you insist.
When you awaken...
...you will remember nothing.
Steed? Steed, are you all right?
I thought I was seeing double again.
A Gemini, definitely.
No time to lose. Here's the plan.
Raffle tickets? Church fete.|Could I possibly winkle a cake out of you?
Or perhaps a small donation?
Not today, thank you.
Do come. Tombola, Lucky Dip,|Pin the Tail on the Donkey--
Nor any other day!
If you're going to be difficult,|I'm afraid I'll have to insist.
Where's Mrs. Peel?
Don't worry, you're in my flat.
What am I doing here?
Is that all?
After a manner of speaking.
They might be useful.
I was worried.
What happened to you?
I remember the maze, a house...
-Then nothing.|-Try to remember.
It's very important.
I believe you're in extreme danger.
You'd better stay here with me.
Is that wise?
You'll be safer here.|We can talk things through.
An official debriefing.
You live alone? No Mrs. Steed?
Well, since you ask....
Mrs. Steed lives in Wiltshire.
I had you down as a creature of habit.
A bachelor's life.
It's worked quite well, until now.
Don't tell me you never met the right girl.
There's always the exception.
That proves the rule?
Quite. You're exceptional in many things.
Shall we make a start?
A time and place for everything.
...is definitely the time.
And the place.
Do come in.
I didn't hear you knock.
We can dispense with formalities.|I want Mrs. Peel. Interrogation.
Nothing I could do about it.
Security restrictions, Steed, applied to you.
Mrs. Peel is under arrest.
In you go.
Father's taken control.|She always wanted Mother off the case.
There's only one place to go,|but I'll need clearance.
I'll fix it.
Brenda told me to expect you, Steed.
Talk to the pipe.
That usually helps.
Don't worry about me being invisible.
Other than that, I'm perfectly normal.
Or rather, you don't.
Learnt the trick in camouflage, till|the accident made rather a mess of things.
Now I'm stuck away in the basement.
Lucky if I even get the tea trolley.
I'm afraid I don't have much time.
I'd like you to take a look at this map.
I want to know something more about...
...the Prospero Program.
Where'd you find this?
I believe you've jogged my memory, Steed.
I may have to dig a little deeper, though.
Hello, Mrs. Peel.|Welcome back to The Ministry.
Now, we're going to have a talk.
About the weather? How topical.
It'll help pass the time.
Time would pass anyway,|if you think about it logically.
But so few do think logically|or even anti-logically.
Clockwise or anti-clockwise. Tick-tock,|tock-tick. Seesaw, Margery Daw.
It amounts to the same thing. After all,|how do you know I'm the real Mrs. Peel?
How real do you feel, Mrs. Peel?
I'll repeat the question...
...bypassing the weather, which,|being British, we'll return to in a moment.
Do I walk like Mrs. Peel?|Talk like Mrs. Peel?
Am I witty, wise, wonderful to know?
Or do I go around shooting|Ministry agents...
...attempting to rule the world|on my days off?
Now you'rejust playing games.
Of course! The Ministry cloning program.
Sir August ran it,|but it appears he went too far.
Some of his more advanced experiments...
...are not too pleasant.
So they pulled him off it.
As I recall, there was some|former Ministry land used...
...as a secret military installation|and sold by us to Sir August years ago.
And authorized by Father.
And this is the site.
But where is it?
According to your map, it's an island|right here in the middle of London.
It must be where he's controlling|the weather.
Why did you never tell anyone?
Nobody ever asked.
These changes in weather are controlled|and aggressive.
Yes, Prime Minister.|We're monitoring the situation.
The Council of Ministers is now|in emergency session.
The weather is getting worse|by the minute.
...is the winter ofyour discontent.
...the weather is changing.
The temperature is dropping.
Soon it will be freezing.
Because the weather is no longer|in God's hands, but in mine.
...all controlled by me...
...are recreating the weather.
I have set off...
...a chain reaction...
...that will paralyze|and ultimately destroy the city.
...has already begun.
And this is merely the beginning!
This is outrageous! It's blackmail!
Do shut up!
Hundreds of millions will die.|They'll drown...
...and your governments...
...have no choice.
You will buy your weather from me...
...and, by God, you'll pay for it.
Any attempt at interference will|only lead to automatic annihilation.
And, by the way...
...you have until midnight...
Alice, are you all right?
Sir August's demands.
He wants them delivered|directly to the Prime Minister.
"Ten percent of our gross national product|annually." That's preposterous.
There will be no negotiation.
His words exactly.
He says unless we accept his demands,|the weather will get colder and colder...
...until we'll all have to go to hell|just to warm up.
Did Sir August torture you, Alice?
No, he didn't have to.
Knows everything already.
Breach of security, top level.
The game's up.
Careful, it might go off.|We don't want another accident.
Half-working, as you are.
Poor Mother, finally figured it out.|But too late.
Nonsense. Mother knows best.
I want you to release Mrs. Peel.
But which one?
It really isn't Mother's day.
On course to base.
Seven degrees east, north by northwest.
Anti-cyclone. Pull the right.
I have Mrs. Peel on board...
...and heading back to base.
We'll keep you informed of our progress.
The balloon, Steed. The balloon.
Don't mind me.
You're drifting off course.|You're losing altitude.
You've drifted off course!
Prince Charming, I presume?
Hardly, I'm afraid.
A micro-tag concealed in your boots.
Are you all right?
And the other Mrs. Peel?
Dispatched, I think.
Sad, in a way.
Here, let me help you.
Unless I'm very much mistaken...
...that was a kiss, Steed.
Well, I would never presume.|It was more in the spirit of...
Hard evidence, you might say.
I realized that immediately.
Of course you did.
I needed proof that you were...
...definitely Mrs. Peel.
Dense cloud formations|moving northeast, sir.
Some sort of radio transmitter.
Of course we have it under control, sir.
Not quite under control, but--
I understand, sir.
Our agents are on the case right now, sir.
Two of them, sir.
...and a woman, sir.
According to Colonel Jones...
...this is the site of a Ministry installation|sold off years ago to--
-Wonderland Weather, I bet.|-Quite.
Something up ahead.
Alas, poor Teddy....
I knew him, Steed.
...head of Antimatter Fission...
The teddy bears are having a picnic.
We're getting warm.
Mrs. Peel, you're needed.
Equipment needs adjusting.
Nothing broken, I hope.
Tight fit in here.
How now, brown cow?
There must be a hatch somewhere.
I need to locate the circuits,|break the codes and disconnect the wires.
How will you know if it works?
I won't, until I make the right connection.
So much for science.
I'll stick to swordplay.
This must be it.
Don't wait for me.
Perish the thought.
Just one thing.
Something like that.|Not that you need it, of course.
I'll attend to Steed.
...level one and rising.
Storm system activated.
Weather system, level six...
John Steed. What a horse's arse|of a name.
Clearly, you're not a racing man,|Sir August.
Anyway, I have no time for pleasantries.|We have a score to settle.
Are you sure you're up for this, dear boy?
Absolutely, old chap.
You'll pay for that.
Weather silo activated.
Not bad for an amateur.
I'm not one to boast.
Modest. And much to be modest about.
Time to die.
Not just yet.
Was it red...
...or was it black?
Here it goes.
What kept you?
...three, two, one....
You must be joking.
And I thought you had it all under control.
Here. Into the pod.
There must be a way out.
Seal the hatch.
Yes, sir. Confirm reports|the storm is dropping.
A spot of internal trouble.|I took a firm grip.
One or two casualties.
No word yet from our people.
Thank you, sir.
Pity about Steed and Mrs. Peel.
Missing in action?
Better send out a search party.|You never can tell.
"The owl and the pussycat went to sea."
"ln a beautiful pea-green boat."
A perfect morning.
I think we deserve some champagne.
...to a job well done.
To a narrow escape.
Thank you, Steed.
Thank you, Mrs. Peel.
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Alias 01x01 - Truth Be Told (Pilot)
Alias 01x02 - So It Begins
Alias 01x03 - Parity
Alias 01x04 - A Broken Heart
Alias 01x05 - Doppelganger
Alias 01x06 - Reckoning
Alias 01x07 - Color Blind
Alias 01x08 - Time Will Tell
Alias 01x09 - Mea Culpa
Alias 01x10 - Spirit
Alias 01x11 - The Confession
Alias 01x12 - The Box Part 1
Alias 01x13 - The Box Conclusion
Alias 01x14 - The Coup
Alias 01x15 - Page 47
Alias 01x16 - The Prophecy
Alias 01x17 - Q and A
Alias 01x18 - Masquerade
Alias 01x19 - Snowman
Alias 01x20 - The Solution
Alias 01x21 - Rendezvous
Alias 01x22 - Almost Thirty Years
Alias 02x01 - The Enemy Walks In
Alias 02x02 - Trust Me
Alias 02x11 - A Higher Echelon
Alias 02x12 - The Getaway
Alias 02x13 - Phase One
Alias 02x14 - Double Agent
Alias 02x15 - A Free Agent
Alias 02x16 - Firebomb
Alias 02x17 - A Dark Turn
Alias 02x18 - Truth Takes Time
Alias 02x19 - Endgame
Alias 02x20 - Countdown
Alias 02x21 - Second Double
Alias 02x22 - The Telling
Alias 3x01 - The two
Alias 3x02 - Succession
Alias 3x03 - Reunion
Alias 3x04 - A missing link
Alias 3x05 - Repercussions
Alias 3x06 - The nemesis
Alias 3x07 - Prelude
Alias 3x08 - Breaking point
Alias 3x09 - Conscious
Alias 3x10 - Remnants
Alias 3x11 - Full disclosure
Alias 3x12 - Crossings
Alias 3x13 - After six
Alias 3x14 - Blowback
Alias 3x15 - Facade
Alias 3x16 - Taken
Alias 3x17 - The frame
Alias 3x18 - Unveiled
Alias 3x19 - Hourglass
Alias 3x20 - Blood ties
Alias 3x21 - Legacy
Alias 3x22 - Resurrection
Alice Doesnt Live Here Anymore 1974 CD1
Alice Doesnt Live Here Anymore 1974 CD2
Alice et Martin 1998 CD1
Alice et Martin 1998 CD2
Alice in Wonderland
Alices Adventures in Wonderland
Alien Directors Cut
Alien Resurrection 1997 CD1
Alien Resurrection 1997 CD2
Alien Vs Predator
Aliens (special edition) 1986 CD1
Aliens (special edition) 1986 CD2
All About Eve
All About Lily Chou-Chou CD1
All About Lily Chou-Chou CD2
All About My Father (Alt Om Min Far)
All I Want for Christmas 1991
All Night Long
All That Heaven Allows
All The Kings Men
All The Pretty Horses 23.976fps
All the Little Animals 1998
Alladin and the Wonderful Lamp
Allegro non troppo
Alliance garden state
Along Came Polly
Along came a spider
Alt Om Min Far (All About My Father)
Alvarez Kelly CD1
Alvarez Kelly CD2
Alzheimer Case The (2003) CD1
Alzheimer Case The (2003) CD2
Amantes del Circulo Polar Los (1998)
Amants Criminels Les
Amar Akbar Anthony - Manmohan Desai 1977 CD1
Amar Akbar Anthony - Manmohan Desai 1977 CD2
Amelie From Montmartre CD1
Amelie From Montmartre CD2
Amelie or The Time To Love CD1
Amelie or The Time To Love CD2
American Movie - The Making Of Northwestern CD1
American Movie - The Making Of Northwestern CD2
American Pie (UK)
American Pie - Rated Version
American Pie 2
American Wedding (Unrated)
American Werewolf in London CD1
American Werewolf in London CD2
American in Paris An
Americas Sweethearts (2001)
Amerikanische Soldat Der (1970)
Amic-Amat (Beloved-Friend 1999)
Amiche Le 1955
Amityville 2 - The Possession 1982
Amityville 3 - The Demon 1983
Amityville 4 - The Evil Escapes 1989
Amityville Horror 5 - The Curse 1990
Amityville Horror 6 - Its About Time (1992)
Amityville Horror The CD1
Amityville Horror The CD2
Amor Brujo El (Carlos Saura 1986)
Amour en Fuite L
Amour en fuite Le 1979
An American Werewolf in Paris
An Autumn Afternoon 1962
Anacondas - The Hunt For The Blood Orchid
Analyze That (2002)
Analyze This (1999)
Anatomie 2 2003
Anatomy of a Murder 1959 CD1
Anatomy of a Murder 1959 CD2
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself
And God Created Woman
And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself
Andaz Apna Apna
Andrei Rublev 1969 Directors Cut CD1
Andrei Rublev 1969 Directors Cut CD2
Angel Heart Devil Face
Angels In America - Chapter 1
Angels In America - Chapter 2
Angels In America - Chapter 3
Angels In America - Chapter 4
Angels In America - Chapter 5
Angels In America - Chapter 6
Angels With Dirty Faces 1938
Angels of the Universe
Anglaise et le duc La (Rohmer Eric 2001)
Animals Are Beautiful People
Anna In Kungfu Land 2003
Anne Frank - The Whole Story CD1
Anne Frank - The Whole Story CD2
Annie Get Your Gun
Annie Hall 1977
Anniversary Party The
Another 48 Hours
Another Heaven CD1
Another Heaven CD2
Any Given Sunday
Anywhere But Here
Apartment The CD1
Apartment The CD2
Apocalypse Now - Redux
Apollo 13 CD1
Apollo 13 CD2
Apollo 13 CD3
Appartement Le 1996 CD1
Appartement Le 1996 CD2
April Fools Day
Architekten Die 1990
Arizona Dream CD1
Arizona Dream CD2
Armata Brancaleone Le
Arme des ombres Le (Jean-Pierre Melville 1969) CD1
Arme des ombres Le (Jean-Pierre Melville 1969) CD2
Army in the Shadows 1969 CD1
Army in the Shadows 1969 CD2
Aro Tolbukhin En la Mente del Asesino (Agustin Villaronga 2002)
Around The World In 80 Days 2004 CD1
Around The World In 80 Days 2004 CD2
Around The World In 80 Days CD1
Around The World In 80 Days CD2
Arsenic And Old Lace 1944
Art Of War The
Arven (2003) CD1
Arven (2003) CD2
As Long As My Feet Will Carry Me CD1
As Long As My Feet Will Carry Me CD2
As bodas de Deus (1998) CD1
As bodas de Deus (1998) CD2
Asphalt Jungle The
Asterix In Britain 1986
Asterix and Obelix Mission Cleopatra 2002
At Close Range
At Kende Sanheden
Atlantis - The Lost Empire
Atlantis Milos Return 2003
Atlantis The Lost Empire
Attack The Gas Station
Au Hasard Balthazar
Audition The (1999 Japanese)
Austin Powers - International Man Of Mystery
Austin Powers - The Spy Who Shagged Me
Austin Powers I
Austin Powers in Goldmember
Autumn Sonata 1978
Avenging Fist The
Aventuras de Robinson Crusoe Las
Avventura La 1960 CD1
Avventura La 1960 CD2
Awara Paagal Deewana
Awful Truth The
Azul y Blanco
Azumi 2003 CD1
Azumi 2003 CD2