Creature from the Black Lagoon
"In the beginning,|God created the heaven and the earth."
"And the earth was without form,|and void."
This is the planet Earth,|newly born,
and cooling rapidly from a temperature|of 6,000 degrees to a few hundred
in less than five billion years.
The heat rises,|meets the atmosphere, the clouds form,
and rain pours down upon the hardening|surface for countless centuries.
The restless seas rise,|find boundaries, are contained.
Now, in their warm depths,|the miracle of life begins.
In infinite variety, living things appear,|and change, and reach the land,
leaving a record of their coming,|of their struggle to survive,
and of their eventual end.
The record of life is written on the land,
where, 15 million years later,|in the upper reaches of the Amazon,
man is still trying to read it.
(Man) Tomas! Tomas!
(Native) What that is, Dr Maia?
I don't know, Luis. I have never seen|anything like this before.
Yes. I think it is. Very important.
We will take one more picture.|Then we will dig it out.
Luis, I'm going to Morajo Bay,|to the institute.
- You two are to wait here in the camp.|- You be gone long?
Long enough to find out what this is
and get help in digging out|the rest of the skeleton.
I want a man in camp at all times.|Luis, you will be in charge.
I'm sure you scared all the fish away.
At the depth he's working, Doctor,|the fish won't hear a thing, believe me.
Ah. There he is. See him?
- What's he waiting for?|- He's adjusting to the change in pressure.
Ah. Here he comes.
- Hi.|- David, I have a surprise for you.
- It isn't you!|- What's left of me, Dr David Reed.
The last I heard, you were up|the Amazon digging for old skeletons.
You too were doing research,|for an aquarium in California.
- What are you doing in Brazil?|- We've been at your institute for a month.
We're looking for specimens of lungfish.
David, you still don't look|like an ichthyologist.
The geologist's point of view. He expected|the lovable old professor with a beard.
I didn't expect him to look like he did|when he was my student.
Give me your shoulder, Kay.
Are you two married yet?
No. David says we're together all the time|anyway. Might as well save expenses.
- How about two living as cheaply as one?|- That's what I keep telling him, Carl.
I'm waiting for Williams to give her|that raise. Then she can afford me.
Come on, let's go ashore.|It's good to see you again, Carl.
Show him what brought you back, Carl.
I found this in a limestone deposit|dating back to the Devonian age.
I was hoping you experts on marine life|could make some identification.
- (David) I've never seen anything like this.|- (Kay) Look at the webbed fingers.
Maybe we'll know more about it|after I find the rest of the skeleton.
- I'd sure like to be with you when you do.|- So would I.
What about your boss?|Do you think he would be interested?
Williams? If there's a chance of|any publicity, just try and keep him away.
Be fair. Publicity brings endowments.|And without money, there is no research.
Right. If it weren't for Dr Williams digging|up the dough, we wouldn't be down here.
- Where is this thing?|- At the institute.
(Dr Maia) Here it is, gentlemen.
Exactly as I found it.
- It's amazing.|- It's incredible!
Could it possibly belong|to a Pleistocene man?
Chances are that that hand belonged|to an amphibian, Mark.
One that spent|a great deal of time in the water.
So how do you account for the structure|of the fingers, obviously for land use?
- What do you think, Dr Matos?|- We can be sure of one thing.
Whatever it was, it was very powerful.
You say you hope to find|the rest of the fossil?
As soon as I get|a suitable expedition together.
Well, why don't we make up|the expedition?
It does come under the heading|of our work, doesn't it, David?
It certainly does. More and more we're|learning the value of marine research.
Look. Look over here.
This lungfish-the bridge|between fish and the land animal.
How many thousands of ways nature tried|to get life out of the sea and onto the land.
This one failed.|He hasn't changed in millions of years.
Here we have a clue to an answer.
Some day spaceships will be travelling|to other planets.
How will human beings survive|on those planets?
The atmosphere will be different,|the pressures will be different.
By studying these, and other species,
we add to our knowledge of how life|evolved and adapted itself to this world.
With that knowledge, perhaps|men will learn to adapt themselves
to some new world of the future.
Nice speech, David.|But there's still a practical side to it.
If I sound more like a banker|than a scientist,
try to remember that it takes money|to run an institute like ours.
A find of any real importance|can be of great financial value to us also.
- Your board couldn't disapprove.|- It certainly couldn't.
Dr Maia, you've got|yourself an expedition.
We'll leave for Manaus in the morning.|From there we'll take a boat up the river.
No. No... No!
- (Creature roars)|- (Screams)
- (Creature roars)|- (Screams)
It's so hot.
And it'll get hotter.
Couldn't Maia find|anything better than this barge?
I guess not many ships|want to go upriver as far as we're going.
We didn't exactly expect|to get the île de France either.
You don't like the Rita, eh?
- What the doctor meant, Lucas...|- I know what he means.
But what for I need a sweet-smelling boat|to carry fish on this crazy river?
How you like the best cabin,|Miss Lawrence?
- I love it.|- Good.
Well, now we have a lab,|such as it is.
- Well, let's hope we have some use for it.|- I'll be disappointed if we don't.
Assuming that Dr Maia's facts|are well founded.
Dr Maia's a scientist, not a fortune-teller.|How can he guarantee anything?
It seems to me a scientist has need|for both vision and confidence.
I didn't mean it|as any personal criticism, Doctor.
It's just that|I always look forward to success.
And I thought|the Mississippi was something.
It's a winding brook|compared to the Amazon.
This is exactly as it was 150 million years|ago, when it was part of the Devonian era.
- Sounds like the beginning of the world.|- It is.
Even the animals here|grow as they did in Devonian forests.
The anteater is a giant|with the strength of a bear.
The centipede grows to be a foot long.
The Amazonian rat is as big as a sheep.
- That's incredible!|- It's true.
And don't forget our catfish.
They grow to be nine feet long -|and killers.
Like everything in this jungle.|All killers.
Oh, Dr Maia says we're gonna|drop anchor in a couple of hours.
Maybe you'd better get some rest, eh?
We want to make sure|my boys hear us at camp.
When we anchor, we'll take a rowboat.
- It's strange they'd be gone.|- Could they have gone hunting?
I gave strict orders for one man|to remain in camp at all times.
- Come on.|- Stay here, Kay.
Wait till we find out what's going on.
What could have happened?
I don't understand.
There's only one explanation.|The country is full of wild animals.
I think maybe jaguar.|Jaguar's claws, they rip like this.
- What happened?|- There's been trouble.
Let's go back on board, Kay.
A world-shaking find, all right.
Eight days, and all we dig up|are enough stones to pave a road.
Had enough, Mark,|or do we keep on digging?
I'll tell you when I've had enough.
We failed.|That's all people will understand.
Carl, have you any idea|what this tributary empties into?
My boys used to tell me|there's a lagoon at the end of it.
What are you getting at?
I was just thinking.|It could be that at some time in the past,
part of this bank broke away|and fell into the river here.
Over hundreds of years, perhaps|thousands, the current would break it up.
If there is a dead end to this tributary,|that's where we'll find the fragments.
We might even find the rest of your fossil.
- It's a theory.|- What's wrong with that?
Even if David's theory is correct, the|chances of finding anything are remote.
But science always|takes remote chances. Why not try it?
- We might still turn failure into success.|- There's just one thing, Mark.
Going into unexplored territory|with a woman.
I'm not afraid, David,|and we've come this far.
I know, but... I keep remembering|what happened to Carl's men.
That doesn't sound like|the dedicated scientist talking.
Dedication doesn't mean|risking the lives of others.
I've always found|Kay was able to take care of herself.
(Dr Maia) We know nothing|about this lagoon.
I can tell you something about this place.
My boys call it the Black Lagoon -|a paradise.
Only, they say, nobody has ever|come back to prove it.
We'll do it.
- Oh, David.|- I didn't mean to startle you.
I don't know what made me do that.
- That howling out there doesn't help any.|- Ah, those are Guariba monkeys.
Are you sorry now that we came?
You don't understand the species|very well, Doctor.
Give me time. I thought I was doing well,
considering that we've only|been together for six months.
How much time do you think you'll need?
From where I'm sitting, I'd say...|a lifetime.
- That's the right answer.|- (Animal growling)
We may not even have a lifetime.
In that case...
You mean this thing really works?
It's a very positive weapon,|the spear gun, Lucas, and easy to use.
All you do is aim it and squeeze.
What are you gonna shoot at?
Make any difference?
- (David) Can you take it any slower?|- Ease her off, a little bit. Not too much.
- Give me that hook.|- We may just make it on this side.
It's tight over here.
But I, Lucas, will do it! Eh?
(David) The Black Lagoon.
(Kay) Beautiful lagoon.
(Dr Thompson) Another world.
A little farther.|Then get the net over the side.
You expect to catch a fish?
We might as well see|what species are here.
We're not interested in fish.|We're after the rest of that fossil.
I need rocks|from the bottom of the lagoon to test.
- But we just got here.|- Why waste time?
If any of the wall that contained the fossil|is here, the rock test should prove it.
- I'll get the aqualungs.|- Be careful, David.
We don't know what's down there.
- I hope you're afraid for me too, Kay.|- Of course, Mark.
A little faster! Come on!
Faster! All right! Let it down!
All the way! Come on! Down, down!
All the way!
All right, hold it!
Here we go.
- We got the net down, David.|- Good.
This is crazy kind of fishing.|Who eats rocks?
I do, in a manner of speaking.
I crush them, and they tell me things.
Now you be careful.
What these rocks tell you, anyway?
How old they are.|It's called the uranium-lead test.
What do you wanna know that for?
So we can match 'em against the sample|in which the fossil was found.
(Kay) Hey, they're up.
- How long they have to wait there?|- It depends how far down they went.
- Well, how was it down there?|- Oh, fine.
- I'll help you off with this equipment.|- Good.
- (David) Carl? I got your samples.|- Good.
- Let me have them.|- Here they are.
- Thank you, David.|- And this, something for you.
Oh! Well, thank you! They're very pretty.
Let's test 'em right away.
- Will you help me, Doctor?|- Be glad to.
Come on, David.|You can play house later.
- Well? What about him?|- Try to understand.
I've been trying. Somebody oughta|tell him his ambition is showing.
It won't do any good. I know.
Long before you came to work with us,|I tried.
But there's this to say for him:|He's produced some important findings.
He's also taken credit|for some important findings.
- Well, coming below?|- No. I'll wait up here.
Hey, what was it like down there?
Like another world.
I'd like to see it.
Crazy kind of fishing-for rocks.
You too far out, Miss Lawrence!
Hey, Zee. Start the motor.
Chico! Pull up the anchor.
Kay! What are you doing out there?
Come on back!
Look, you take it easy! We get you!
Drop the anchor.
(Kay) Thanks, Lucas.
- Kay, that wasn't a very smart thing to do.|- But wonderful.
- What was that?|- Something's in the net.
Pull up your net!
- Hurry up!|- Take it away!
Pull it up! Come on!
Pull it up!
- Pull it up!|- Come on!
(Creaking and groaning)
- Did it fall against the side?|- No, no movement here.
Pull it up!
Hey, the boom's cracking!
Slack off your winch!
- Slack off!|- He can't hear you.
Hey! What kind of fish do this?
Who says it was a fish? The net could've|hooked onto some underwater rock.
It was no rock that left this in the net.
I just finished a rock analysis.|And you were right, David.
Some of the limestone deposit|where I found the fossil
is on the bottom of this lagoon.
Lucas, put that over the side for me,|will you?
Whatever the species might be,|if you let it alone, it won't bother you.
Maybe. But if you're wrong,|this harpoon will correct any mistakes.
Mark, we're out for photographs for study,|not trophies.
This... this thing alive and|in its natural habitat is valuable to us.
Why settle for a photo|when we can get the real thing?
You don't sound like a scientist, but|like some big-game hunter out for the kill.
We may not be back home, David,|but you're still working for me.
You didn't wait long enough|before coming up.
- Why'd you shoot? You weren't attacked.|- You sound as if I'd harpooned you.
And why should we play tag|with this thing?
We can learn more from it if it's alive.
- Please! What is it you've found?|- I don't know what you'd call it.
It sounds incredible, but...|it appeared to be human.
I tell you, if it's what I think I saw,|it's the greatest find yet.
- Nothing compares to it.|- And I've got the proof here in my lens.
Many years ago|I heard this legend on the river.
A very old native tell me|of a man who live underwater.
But she was crazy.|Crazy Goole, everybody call her.
The unknown|always seems unbelievable, Lucas.
One accepts these things as legend.
But to actually believe there's a kind of|human being that can live underwater...
This is no legend,|as you'll soon see for yourself.
What about the Kamongo? Science|hadn't heard of it until a few years ago.
And the Kamongo lived|way back in the Devonian age.
Interesting that the fossil I found|was out of the same period.
The Kamongo was a fish|that breathed air.
- What does that prove?|- Nothing.
Except that the Kamongo fish, which has|lungs, exists today here in the Amazon.
It hasn't changed in millions of years.
That doesn't prove|the possibility of a gill-man.
If the evolution of that species reached|a dead end back then and still survived,
why couldn't another?
(Dr Thompson) Where is he?
I was sure I had him in my finder.
For a merman, he takes a fine picture.
- This wasn't imagination, Doctor.|- I'm sorry, David.
What proof do we have|if we never find it again?
If you hadn't stopped me, we could've|taken it. Dead or alive, what's it matter?
- What happened?|- (Wailing) Chico!
- What happened?|- Zee!
- Chico... Chico...|- Zee!
Chico is gone. My brother was dragged|down into the water by a demon!
Come on, everybody, look around. Quick!
A demon, eh? Well, that's no more|far-fetched than your gill-man.
There are many strange legends|in the Amazon.
Even I - Lucas -|have heard the legend of a man-fish.
(Dr Maia) Over here! Quickly!
All right, Lucas. Start your pumps.
Now all we have to do is catch him.
- You'll never take it alive.|- I want to try, Mark.
All right, David.|We can always do it my way.
If we could just be sure of its reaction.
Do you suppose it remembers|Mark's attack and seeks revenge?
I welcome it.
You'll get your wish all right.
I've got a hunch this... this creature|remembers the past and more.
I don't want him creeping up on us|while we're sleeping.
I know a way to bring him up now.
Rotenone. A drug which the natives make|from roots for catching fish in still waters.
Sometimes I catch fish that way.|I show you. Look.
One taste of the poisoned water
and the paralysed fish|float up to the top with a big hangover.
Well, come on, let's try it.
- Still no sign.|- Nothing but the little ones so far.
Could be he's dead from the wound.
Then again, maybe the rotenone|isn't going deep enough.
Maybe we should fix the rotenone|to sink deeper down, eh?
Yeah. Anything is worth a try.
- What was that?|- I don't know.
(Exotic bird calls)
Come on, come on.
Are you talking to me, Mark,|or something out there?
They won't believe it back home,|none of them.
I wouldn't have believed it myself.
Sitting out here,|waiting for some monster to appear.
That's why we've got to take him.
- Why won't they believe, Mark?|- Because we deal with known quantities.
With knowledge|we've accumulated up to now.
We've just begun to learn|about the water and its secrets.
Just as we've only|touched on outer space.
We don't entirely rule out the possibility|of some form of life on another planet.
Then why not|some entirely different form of life
in a world we already know is inhabited|by millions of living creatures?
We must have the proof.
In the water!|The lantern frightened him off!
There he is!
- It's foolish to go after him.|- But he's drugged.
- I'd wait.|- If he has gills, he may suffocate.
- How long does the effect last?|- Hour. Maybe two.
But for that thing, who can tell?
- Carl, follow me in a rowboat. Bring a net.|- I'll go with you.
I keep you covered.
That's where he went under.
I'm going to take a look. You wait here.
- (Gasps)|- Hey, take it easy.
He went through here. Come on.
(Kay screams) No!
(Kay sobs hysterically)
Oh, David! David!
We got him.
We got him!
Don't kill him!
- What happened?|- Give me the net.
How is he?
(David) That's the last one.
- Will he live?|- I don't know.
If he can survive both the rotenone|and being out of the water so long.
You sound as if you feel sorry for him.|He could have killed you just as easily.
- But he didn't.|- It makes no difference now.
The point is, he won't do any more killing.
- Well, Lucas, we can start back.|- Mark, we're not finished here yet.
We've got to study that grotto.
- Collect photographs, data.|- I've got all the proof I need.
- Get going, Lucas.|- We're not going until we finish our work.
All right, David,|if it'll make you feel any better.
Oh, Doctor, would you mind staying|behind and keep an eye on our prize?
(Kay) Don't be long, David.
You'd better get some rest.
- Hi.|- Oh.
Thought I'd come up and get some air.
What do you suppose|is taking them so long?
David's very thorough.
But shouldn't you be resting, Kay?
- I couldn't sleep.|- (Animals howl)
- Listen to the sounds.|- Hunting calls, mostly.
Animals out for the kill.
(Kay) Some of them are cries of fear,|like people who whistle in the dark.
I'm not exactly blind, Kay.
You're worried about what's happened|between Mark and David.
But once you admit the simple fact|that you're in love, which you have,
then it becomes a good idea|to be the scientist about it.
- (Kay) It's not as easy as that.|- Why not?
(Kay) If it weren't for Mark Williams,|I wouldn't have my work, or even a job.
(Dr Thompson) It's true|he helped train you and gave you a job,
but he needed you|just as much as you needed him.
- You're oversimplifying.|- You've repaid him many times over.
A good part of his present position at the|institute is due to your valuable research.
- And another thing...|- (growl)
Get back, Kay!
Go on, get back!
(Screaming) No! No!
How is he?
If infection doesn't set in,|he may pull through.
The fool. It wouldn't have happened|if he hadn't been careless.
There's no one to blame.
Four men dead so far.
And if he dies, what a useless waste|of experience and ability.
Nobody meant it to happen, David.
Mark, I'm for getting out of this lagoon|just as fast as we can.
Without taking what we came for?
We didn't come here to fight monsters.|We came here to find fossils.
Later we can come back|with a properly equipped expedition.
- Be reasonable!|- Reasonable?
Oh, what else could I expect?
But you, Carl. It means as much to you.
You're driving yourself too hard,|and the rest of us along with you.
- We're staying until we get him.|- Or until somebody else gets killed?
No, we're not.
Lucas? We're getting out of here|just as fast as we can.
I'll make the decisions around here.
But you are wrong, Mr Williams. On the|water, the capitão makes the decisions.
We will do as you say.
You'll listen to me.
You wish to say something, mister? Eh?
Dr Maia, would you please|to pull up the anchor?
I will start the engine.
Look out! There's something here!|Look out!
Pull back! There's something here!
- Put it in reverse!|- Pull back! Pull back!
(Lucas) Nothing was there|when we came in.
It was put there|to keep us from getting out.
- I check below for damage.|- I'll go aft and keep watch.
You'd better stay with Thompson.
It's our last chance to get the proof.|You can see for yourself it's still here!
We're fighting for our lives, and|you're worried people won't believe us?
- Is all right down below.|- (Splash)
- Go in the cabin and lock the door.|- No, stay here with us. You're safer.
- Lucas. Lucas, start your winch.|- Hm?
Go on, go on. Start your winch.
Up an inch!
All right, give me some slack.
A little more.
Take it away.
Easy. A little more. Whoa.
Take it away. Take it up.
All right, take it away.
She must have slipped.
- We'll just have to try it again.|- How, David?
I'll have to use the aqualung.
I'm going to help him.
I'm going in with you.
All we're interested in right now is getting|the entrance to this lagoon cleared.
- I'll be the bait for him.|- Oh, Mark. Get out of my way.
Let it come for me.|It'll give you a chance to get at him.
- You're crazy.|- To want to make the biggest find ever?
You don't know what this can mean!|To all of us!
- Mark, you're not going with me.|- I am.
Thank you, Carl.|Lucas, stand by the winch.
Carl, stand by that cable.
It's the only way.|We've got to clear this inlet.
Hey, that fellow down there, you think|he's a mosquito you can shoo away?
- We've got to take that chance.|- Sure! An expedition needs two martyrs.
Kay, Kay! I'm doing|the only thing we can do.
If we all just sit here,|we'll all end up as Mark did!
Wait a minute. Something you just said,|about his... not being a mosquito.
Maybe we won't have to fight him|on his own terms after all.
- How much rotenone have we got left?|- Not enough.
Enough to use in a spray gun?
Oh! You mean to kill like a mosquito, eh?
- It worked for us before.|- And it took plenty of time.
All we want is to make him groggy.
Just keep him away long enough|so I can get a cable around that tree.
What do we use for the spray gun?
One of the air bottles.
A solution of rotenone released|under pressure. That ought to do the trick!
- Some trick!|- Come on.
- Lucas, you stand guard.|- Yes.
Can you hurry it up?
- I shoot him, but I miss.|- He'll be back.
- Give me a hand!|- (Kay) David!
- Hey, did you see him?|- He's there, all right.
- Give me a hand with this equipment.|- Sim.
- I got the cable around the log.|- Good!
- Get ready with that winch.|- All right.
I'll get her started.
(Winch starts up)
- Give it a little slack.|- Sim.
Whoa, whoa. Get ready to take her back.|Kay, uncleat that line for me.
All right, take her back.
Take it back.
She's coming. Back.
Keep it going. Hard astern.
(David) Whoa. We're clear.
Stand by to pull her up with the winch.
Pull it in.
I'll go down and unfasten it.
(David) Some slack.
Slack. That's enough.
(Lucas) That's good. Now you're getting|it. Just slip the bar through the ring.
- Hurry, David.|- I've almost got it.
Hey! He got her! He got her!
No, don't shoot! Don't shoot!|You might hit Kay!
Give me a hand.
Lucas, get to the beach entrance.
- Kay, darling.|- Oh, David...
- (Creature roars)|- (Kay screams)
- Get back, Kay. Get back.|- (Creature roars)
(David) No, no more. Let him go.
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Classic The (Korean) CD1
Classic The (Korean) CD2
Cleo De 5 à 7
Cleopatra 1963 CD1
Cleopatra 1963 CD2
Cleopatra 1963 CD3
Cleopatra 1999 CD1
Cleopatra 1999 CD2
Cliffhanger (Collectors Edition)
Clockwork Orange A
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (The Collectors Edition)
Coast Guard 2002 CD1
Coast Guard 2002 CD2
Cobra Verde CD1
Cobra Verde CD2
Coca-Cola Kid The 1985
Cock - A Broken Leghorn (1959)
Cock - The Foghorn Leghorn (1948)
Cockleshell Heroes The
Cold Comfort Farm 1995
Cold Mountain 2003 CD1
Cold Mountain 2003 CD2
Cold Mountain CD1
Cold Mountain CD2
Cold Mountain CD3
Colour Of The Truth
Comandante (Oliver Stone 2003)
Come And See CD1
Come And See CD2
Como Agua Para Chocolate
Company Of Wolves The CD1
Company Of Wolves The CD2
Company The CD1
Company The CD2
Conan The Barbabian (uncut)
Conan the Barbarian
Conan the Destroyer
Confessions of Sorority Girls
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen
Connie and Carla
Conquest of the Planet of the Apes
Conspiracy Theory 1997
Conversation The CD1
Conversation The CD2
Cook The Thief His Wife And Her Lover The 1989
Cookies Fortune 1999
Cool Hand Luke 1967
Couch Trip The 1988
Counterfeit Traitor The 1962 CD1
Counterfeit Traitor The 1962 CD2
Countess Dracula (1970)
Country of my Skull
Cover Girl (Charles Vidor+1944)
Cowboy (Delmer Daves 1958)
Coyote - Dont Give Up the Sheep (1953)
Coyote - Fast and Furry-ous (1949)
Craddle 2 The Grave
Cranes Are Flying The (1957)
Cravan vs Cravan
Crazy People 1990
Crazy in Alabama
Creature from the Black Lagoon
Cries And Whispers (Bergman Ingmar)
Crime Scene Investigation 3x01 - Revenge Is Best Served Cold
Crime Scene Investigation 3x02 - The Accused Is Entitled
Crime Scene Investigation 3x03 - Let The Seller Beware
Crime Scene Investigation 3x04 - A Little Murder
Crime Scene Investigation 3x05 - Abra Cadaver
Crime Scene Investigation 3x06 - The Execution Of Catherine Willows
Crime Scene Investigation 3x07 - Fight Night
Crime Scene Investigation 3x08 - Snuff
Crime Scene Investigation 3x09 - Blood Lust
Crime Scene Investigation 3x10 - High And Low
Crime Scene Investigation 3x11 - Recipe For Murder
Crime of Padre Amaro The
Criminal Lovers (1999)
Crimson Pirate The
Crimson Rivers 2 - Angels Of The Apocalypse
Crimson Rivers 2 Angels of the Apocalypse
Cristina Quer Casar
Critters 2 The Main Course 1988
Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
Crow The - City Of Angels 1996
Cruel Intentions 3
Cube2 Hypercube 2002
Cure (Kiyoshi Kurosawa) CD1
Cure (Kiyoshi Kurosawa) CD2
Custer of the west
Cut Runs Deep The 1998
Cutthroat Island (1995)