The House I Live In (1945)



Frank Sinatra teaches some young boys a lesson about tolerance.

The Great Train Robbery (1903)


The Great Train Robbery (1903) by TheVideoCellar

Filmed in November 1903 at Edison's New York studio, at Essex County Park in New Jersey, and along the Lackawanna railroad and released in December 1903, "The Great Train Robbery" is considered to be one of the first significant early US narrative films. Greatly influenced by the British film "Daring Daylight Robbery" (1903) it introduced many new cinematic techniques (cross cutting, double exposure, camera movement and location shooting) to American audiences. It was directed by Edwin S Porter and stars Justus D. Barnes as the head bandit, G. M. Anderson as a slain passenger and a robber, Walter Cameron as the sheriff.

A Christmas Carol (1910)



Originally released Christmas 1910, this Edison production features Charles Ogle (Frankenstein) as Bob Cratchet.

The Adventure of the Speckled Band (1949)



Originally created as a pilot for a series of Holmes films this became a one off episode for the Lucky Strike sponsored "Your Show Time" series. It was originally aired on 25 March 1949 (Season 1 Episode 10)

The Case of The Screaming Bishop (1944)



A 1944 Columbia Phantasy cartoon parodying Sherlock Holmes. Originally released in Black and White.

Hairlock Combs and his assitant Gotsome, of 223 Baker St, attempt to solve the mystery of a disappearing dinosaur skeleton.