National Lampoon’s Animal House 1978National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978) John Belushi stars in this satire on early 1960s frat house life.
National Lampoon’s Vacation 1983National Lampoon’s Vacation (1983) Chevy Chase stars as the family head driving off on a cross-country vacation filled with disasters.
Nightmare Before Christmas 1993Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)
Office Space 1999Office Space (1999)
Once Around 1991Once Around (1991)
One Touch of Venus 1948One Touch of Venus (1948) A store clerk makes a wish for a statue of Venus to become real, and she (Ava Gardner) does.
One, Two, Three 1961One, Two, Three (1961) James Cagney stars as the head of Coca-Cola in West Germany preparing for a visit from the big boss, only to find the boss' daughter wants to marry a communist from East Germany (Horst Buckholst).
Only You 1994Only You (1994) Marisa Tomei was told by a gypsy the name of the man she would marry, and just as she's about to get married to someone else he calls from Europe and leaves a message. With Robert Downey Jr.
Operation Petticoat 1959Operation Petticoat (1959) The misadventures of a submarine crew in World War II that has to take on a load of WACs when evacuating an island. Cary Grant, Tony Curtis, and the famous pink submarine.
Our Man in Havana 1959Our Man in Havana (1959)
Pirate Radio or The Boat That rocked 2009Pirate Radio (2009) Also known as The Boat that Rocked
Pirates of Penzance 1983Pirates of Penzance (Kevin Kline, 1983)
Planes, Trains and Automobiles 1987Planes, Trains and Automobiles (1987)
The Plot Against Harry 1970The Plot Against Harry (1970)
The President's Analyst 1967The President’s Analyst (1967) James Coburn plays a psychiatrist hired to treat the president of the United States, who suddenly finds every spy agency in the world after him.
The Producers 1968The Producers (1968) The original 1968 film version, Mel Brooks' first movie. Zero mostel and Gene Wilder play a broken down Broadway producer and his accountant who figure out a way they can make more money with a play if it's a flop then a hit, and set out to make the worst play in history, "Springtime For Hitler." With Kenneth Mars as the ex-Nazi play author and Dick Shawn as spaced-out actor Lorenzo St. Dubois (L.S.D.).
Putney Swope 1969Putney Swope (1969) Robert Downey Sr.'s outrageous satire on the advertising profession in which the only black employee, the music director Putney Swope, takes over the advertising agency and revolutionizes it.
The Quiet Man 1952The Quiet Man (1952) John Wayne plays an American who comes to rural Ireland and buys a house there, and Maureen O'Hara is the woman he falls for.
Raising Arizona 1987Raising Arizona  (1987) Nicholas Cage plays a smalltime criminal and Holly Hunter the policewoman he falls in love with and marries, who together a plot to kidnap a rich man's son when they find out they can't have children.
Repo Man 1984Repo Man (1984) 1980s punk film in which Emilio Estevez is hired to help a firm repossess cars, and then runs across a car in which a deranged scientist has escaped with an alien's body in the trunk. With Harry Dean Stanton.
Road to Hong Kong 1962Road to Hong Kong (1962)
Road to Morocco 1942Road to Morocco (1942)
Road To Rio (1945)Road To Rio (1945)
Road to Singapore 1940Road to Singapore (1940)
Road To Utopia (1947)Road To Utopia (1947)
Road to Zanzibar 1941Road to Zanzibar (1941)
The rocky Horror Picture Show 1975The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)
Rude Awakening 1989Rude Awakening (1989) Eric Roberts and Cheech Marin play two wanted hippies who have been hiding out in a commune in Central America who stumble upon evidence that the CIA is planning a war, and return to the US after 25 years away.
Sherlock Holmes 2010Sherlock Holmes (2010)
Sherlock Holmes 2:Game of Shadows 2011Sherlock Holmes 2:Game of Shadows (2011)
Sister Act 1992Sister Act (1992) A fallen-away Catholic lounge singer (Whoopi Goldberg) witnesses a murder and has to impersonate a nun so the police can hide her in a convent, and she takes over and revitalizes the music program.
Snatch 2005Snatch (2005) Bizarre film by Guy Ritchie about the London underworld, prize fighting and jewel robbery. With Brad Pitt.
Some Like It Hot 1959Some Like It Hot (1959) Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis witness a mob rub-out and disguise themselves as women and join a travelling all-woman band. With Marilyn Monroe.
Sunshine Cleaning (2009)Sunshine Cleaning (2009)
10 Ten 197910 (“Ten”) (1979) Dudley Moore stars as an LA musician going through a midlife crisis and Bo Derek as the gorgeous young woman he becomes infatuated with.
The Thin Man 1934The Thin Man (1934) William Powell and Myrna Loy star in this first film of the series about a detective who marries a rich woman and tries to retire, but keeps getting in the middle of mysteries and has her help him solve them.
This is...Spinal Tap 1984This Is…Spinal Tap (1984)
Too Many Girls 1940Too Many Girls (1940) 1st Lucy & Desi
Topper 1937Topper (1937)
The Trouble with Harry 1955The Trouble With Harry (1955)
Two for the road 1967Two for the Road (1967)
Waiting For The Light (1990)Waiting For The Light (1990)
Waking Ned Devine 1998Waking Ned Devine (1998) A man in a small Irish town buys the winning lottery ticket but dies before claiming it, and the entire town forms a conspiracy to pretend a different man is actually the winner.
Weekend At Bernie’s 1989Weekend At Bernie’s (1989)
What’s Up, Doc 1972What’s Up, Doc (1972)
Where’s Poppa? 1970Where’s Poppa? (1970)
The Wrong Box 1967The Wrong Box (1967)
Yes Man 2008Yes Man (2008)
Zachariah 1971Zachariah (1971, Firesign Theater)
Comedies - Special  
-W. C. Fields-  
Early Short Films (collection)
The Man on the Flying Trapeze 1935The Man on the Flying Trapeze (1935)
The Bank Dick 1940The Bank Dick (1940)
My Little Chickadee 1940My Little Chickadee (1940)
Never Give a Sucker an Even Break 1941Never Give A Sucker An Even Break (1941)
You Can’t Cheat An Honest Man 1939You Can’t Cheat An Honest Man (1939)
-The Marx Brothers-  
The Cocoanuts 1929The Cocoanuts (1st film, 1929)
Animal Crackers 1930Animal Crackers (1930)
Monkey Business 1952Monkey Business (1952)
Horse Feathers 1932Horse Feathers (1932)
Duck Soup 1933Duck Soup (1933)
A Night at the Opera 1935A Night at the Opera (1935)
A Day at the Races 1937A Day at the Races (1937)
Room Service 1938Room Service (1938)
The Marx Brothers at the Circus 1939The Marx Brothers at the Circus (1939)
-Wody Allen-  
What’s New, Pussycat? 1965What’s New, Pussycat? (1965)
What’s up, Tiger Lily? 1966What’s up, Tiger Lily? (1966) Woody Allen's first film, a mid-1960s Japanese spy movie which he bought the rights to and then dubbed in his own dialogue.
Bananas 1971Bananas (1971) Woody Allen plays a nerd who gets involved with a Central American country to please his girlfriend ( Louise Lasser) and winds up joining its revolution & becoming the country's leader.
Sleeper 1973Sleeper (1973) Woody Allen plays a man put into suspended animation for 200 years awakened in the future by revolutionaries seeking to use him to overthrow a worldwide dictatorship.
Annie Hall 1977Annie Hall (1977)
Take the Money and Run 1969Take the Money and Run (1969) Woody Allen plays a petty criminal in this satire on documentaries.
Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex But Were Afraid to Ask 1972Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Sex But Were Afraid to Ask (1972) Several humorous stories inspired by the best-selling book. With Woody Allen, Gene Wilder and others.
-Peter Sellers-  
*2 films on 1 disk*  
Disk#1 The Ladykillers (1955)
The Ladykillers and I'm All Right Jack 1955, 1959I’m All Right Jack (1959)
Heavens Above 1963Disk#2 Heavens Above! (1963)
The Mouse That Roared 1959The Mouse That Roared (1959)
The Smallest Show on Earth 1957The Smallest Show On Earth (1957) A British couple inherits a rundown movie theater.
The Naked Truth 1958The Naked Truth (1958) A schemer contacts people say he's about to publish stories about them in a magazine, and uses this to blackmail them.
Two way Stretch 1960Two-Way Stretch (1960) A gang of thieves about to be released from prison cooks up a scheme in which they will escape, commit a big robbery, and then sneak back into the prison, providing a perfect alibi.
 The Wrong Arm of the Law 1963The Wrong Arm of the Law (1963) A gang of Australian crooks comes to London and starts pulling robberies while dressed up as policemen.
Dr.Strangelove 1964Dr. Strangelove (1964) Stanley Kubrick's dark satire about the US general who goes mad an orders his bombers to attack the Soviet Union.
After the Fox 1966After the Fox (1966) A jewel thief and master of disguise plots to pull a big robbery by pretending to be filming a movie.
The Pink Panther 1963The Pink Panther (1963) Peter Sellers first appearance as Inspector Clouseau, investigating the robbery of a fabulously expensive gem, the pink panther.
A Shot in the Dark (Pink Panther II) 1964A Shot in the Dark (Pink Panther II)(1964) Peter Sellers as Inspector Clouseau, Elke summer, Herbert Lom. The second pink panther movie.
Return of the Pink Panther 1975Return of the Pink Panther (1975) Third pink panther movie with Peter Sellers again playing Inspector Clouseau.
Being There 1979Being There (1979) a mildly retarded young boy is adopted by a reclusive millionaire and grows to an adult knowing the world only through television.
-Monty Python’s Flying Circus-  
Now 4 Something Completely Different 1971Now 4 Something Completely Different (1971)
Monty Python and the Holy Grail 1975Monty Python and the Holy Grail (1975)
The Life of Brian 1979The Life of Brian (1979)
The Meaning of Life 1983The Meaning of Life (1983)
Live at the Hollywood Bowl 1982Live at the Hollywood Bowl (1982)
The 3 Stooges-Early Shorts Vol. 1 1934The 3 Stooges-Early Shorts Vol. 1(2 discs)
The 3 Stooges-Early Shorts Vol. 2 1937The 3 Stooges-Early Shorts Vol. 2 (2 discs)
Charlie Chaplin Collection Vol. 1 Charlie Chaplin Collection Vol. 1
Abbott and Costello meet Frankenstein 1948Abbott & Costello Meet Frankenstein (1948)   Two delivery men open some boxes on the way to a House of Horrors museum and let loose Dracula and Frankenstein---then meet the Wolfman. With Bela Lugosi.
A Christmas Story 1983A Christmas Story (1983)
The Acid House 1998The Acid House (Scottish) Three surrealistic stories connected by LSD use. Scottish.
A Fine Madness 1966A Fine Madness (1966) Sean Connery plays a mad genius poet seeking to live purely out of impulse, whose wife hires a psychiatrist to cure him.
A Fish Called Wanda 1988A Fish Called Wanda (1988) A group of thieves from America tries to use a British lawyer (John Cleese) to steal a fortune.
After the Thin Man 1936After the Thin Man (1936) Second film in the thin Man series with William Powell as a semi retired detective and Myrna Loy as his wife helping him solving mysteries that always seem to come their way.
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum 1966A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966) Film version of the play satirizing ancient Rome, focused on a slave (Zero Mostel) seeking his freedom. With Phil Silvers and Buster Keaton.
Almost an Angel 1990Almost an Angel (1990) Paul Hogan of crocodile Dundee fame stars as a former crook and master of electronics trying to turn over a new leaf who believes God has given him special powers.
Along came Polly 2004Along Came Polly (2004) Ben Stiller plays a man who gets married only to have his wife cheat on him on their honeymoon, and on his return to dating he meets spaced out hippie artist Polly (Jennifer Aniston).
Amazon Women on the Moon 1987Amazon Women on the Moon (1987)John Landis’ sendup of 1950s television.
A mighty Wind 2003A Mighty Wind (2003)
An American Carol 2008An American Carol (Michael Moore Satire)(2008) Satire on communist Michael Moore's so-called “documentaries” in which he is visited, à la the Christmas Carol, by the three ghosts of Christmas past, Christmas present and Christmas future.
Arsenic and Old Lace 1944Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) Film version of the play with Cary Grant as a confirmed bachelor looking to marry and go on his honeymoon, but who in one night finds out his two aunts who raised him have been poisoning men and burying them in the basement for years.
Arthur 1981Arthur (1981) Dudley Moore stars as the constantly drunk millionaire playboy who has never grown up but suddenly has himself forced into a marriage by his family just as he meets another woman and finally falls in love.
Back to School 1986Back to School (Rodney Dangerfield)(1986) Rodney Dangerfield stars as a successful businessman who never went to college, and decides to do so in his 60s.
Barefoot in the Park 1967Barefoot in the Park (1967)
Being John Malkovich 1999Being John Malkovich (1999) Some people discover a portal to the actor's brain, and sell people the experience of becoming him for half an hour at a time.
Bell, Book and Candle 1958Bell, Book and Candle (1958) James Stewart falls head over heels in love with a woman (Kim Novak) and then discovers she is a witch.

Blast From the Past 1999Blast From the Past (1999) A paranoid man in the early 1960s builds a bomb shelter, and brings his pregnant wife into it just before a plane crash destroys their house, and so he thinks the whole world is destroyed by nuclear war; 30 years later, he sends his son up to see what's happened to the world.
Blizzard 2003Blizzard (2003)
Breakfast at Tiffany’s 1961Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961)
Bridget Jones’ Diary 2001Bridget Jones’ Diary (2001) The dating misadvantures of a marriage obsessed young woman (Renee Zellweger) in London in the 1990s.
Bringing Up Baby 1938Bringing Up Baby (1938) Katherine Hepburn plays an impulsive heiress who falls in love with nerdy archaeologist Carey Grant.
The Brother From Another Planet 1984The Brother From Another Planet (1984)
The Bucket List 2007The Bucket List (2007) Jack Nicholson plays a millionaire who finds out he's terminally ill, and with a friend sets out to do all the things he always wanted to do before he died.
Bulworth 1998Bulworth (1998) A disillusioned senator puts out a contract on his own life so his wife and family can collect the insurance, but then falls in love and changes his mind about giving up on life.
The Captain’s Paradise 1953The Captain’s Paradise (1953) Alec Guinness plays a ferry boat captain constantly traveling between England and Spain who has a wife in England and a mistress in Spain.
Caveman 1981Caveman (1981) Ringo Starr plays a caveman pursued by two different women, Barbara Bach and Shelley Long.
Charade 1963Charade (1963) Audrey Hepburn plays a woman whose husband suddenly died, and she finds someone is after her for a fortune he hid, and then she meets Cary Grant--- but is he helping her or also out to kill her for the money?
Chicken Run 2000Chicken Run (2000)
Chocolat 2000Chocolat (2000) A flamboyant single woman opens up a shop selling delicacies and open pleasures in a French town filled with people hiding their true feelings.
Class of Nuke‘em High 1986Class of Nuke‘em High (1986) Troma Film comedy about a high school attached to an atomic plant where some students become bizarre mutants.
Clue the Movie 1985Clue the Movie (1985)
Coneheads 1993Coneheads (1993)
The Crimson Pirate 1952The Crimson Pirate (1952) Kirk Douglas stars as a pirate in the 16th century Caribbean who gets involved in gunrunning and helping a revolution.
Crocodile Dundee 1986Crocodile Dundee (1986) Paul Hogan plays a man who wrestles alligators for a living in the outback of Australia, and falls in love with a beautiful reporter who comes to do a story on him.
Crocodile Dundee II 1988Crocodile Dundee II (1988) Dundee's adventures continue in New York City, until he angers a drug dealer, who then follows him back to Australia.
Crocodile Dundee III 2001Crocodile Dundee III (2001) The third film in the series where Dundee now has a son who is kidnapped.
Crossing Delancey 1988Crossing Delancey (1988)
Cry Uncle 1971Cry Uncle (1971) Rated X. Early Troma Film about a sex starved private eye hired to get back some pornographic photos.
Darby O’Gill and the Little People 1959Darby O’Gill and the Little People (1959) Disney film starring Sean Connery.
Dark Star 1974Dark Star (1974) First film by John Carpenter, a bizarre satire on outer space films.
Death Becomes Her 1992Death Becomes Her (1992)  Meryl Streep stars as an aging actress who discovers a secret group in Hollywood that sells potions to make people live forever. With Goldie Hawn and Bruce Willis.
Dogma 1999Dogma (1999) Ben Affleck and Matt Damon play two angels exiled to earth for eternity, who discover a way to force God to return them to heaven. With Jay and Silent Bob, George Carlin, Chris Rock, Salma Hayek, Alan Rickman, and Alannis Morissette.
Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead 1991Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead (1991) Christina Applegate and her younger brothers and sisters are all left to fend for themselves when their mother leaves on a three month vacation and the elderly babysitter she hired dies.
Easy Rider 1969Easy Rider (1969)
Eating Raoul 1982Eating Raoul (1982) Satire on amoral California culture by Paul Bartel and Mary Woronov. A couple tries to make money by putting personal ads in the papers to do bizarre sex, and instead finds out they can make much more money by simply killing the people who answer the ads.
Eat the Rich 1987Eat the Rich (1987) Bizarre British satire where a group of revolutionaries takes over a fancy restaurant and kills and eats the patrons. With Paul McCartney, Bill Wyman and call girl Koo Stark. Music by Motorhead.
Ed Wood 1994Ed Wood (1994) The story of the bizarre cross-dressing amateur film-maker, the strange group of ‘actors’ he recruits and the awful films he makes. With Martin Landau as an elderly Bela Lugosi.
The Egg and I 1947The Egg and I (1947) Fred McMurray is a harried executive who decides to buy a farm and move to the country, and Claudette Colbert is his city girl wife. Introducing Ma and Pa Kettle as their neighbors.
Elf 2003Elf (Will Ferrell, 2003)
Fandango 1985Fandango (Kevin Costner) (1985)
Father Goose 1964Father Goose (1964) Cary Grant is a boozing slob forced to work as a spotter for Japanese planes on a remote island during WWII, who then must take in a group of Girls’ finishing school students and their teacher (Leslie Caron).
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas 1998Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) Based on Hunter Thompson’s book about a reporter who goes to Las Vegas to cover a desert motorcycle race and instead goes into a drug-induced frenzy and writes up hallucinations.
Fierce Creatures 1997Fierce Creatures (1997) The cast of A Fish Called Wanda (John Cleese, Michael Palin, Kevin Kline and Jamie Lee Curtis) reunited 10 years later in a completely different story about a billionaire Aussie and his son taking over a zoo.
Five Easy Pieces 1970Five Easy Pieces (1970)
Flashback 1990Flashback (1990) An FBI agent (Kiefer Sutherland) is assigned to bring in an old hippie (Dennis Hopper) captured after 20 years on the run.
Fritz the Cat 1972Fritz the Cat (1972) Animated version of R. Crumb’s underground comic book.
Galaxy Quest 1999Galaxy Quest (1999) The aging crew of a science fiction TV show gets mistaken for real outer space heroes and kidnapped by aliens to save their planet. With Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver and Alan Rickman.
Ghostbusters 1984Ghostbusters (1984) A group of parapsychologists starts an agency which will get rid of ghosts for hire.
Go! 1999Go! (1999) The drug misadventures group of friends in LA told from three different points of view.
The Gods Must Be Crazy 1980The Gods Must Be Crazy (1980) A pilot flying over the Kalahari Desert drops a coke bottle into the homeland of Bushmen who think it's a gift from the gods.
The Gods Must Be Crazy II 1990The Gods Must Be Crazy II (1990)
The Graduate 1967The Graduate (1967)
Gremlins 1984Gremlins (1984)
The Great Race 1965The Great Race (1965) Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis. A New York newspaper sponsors an automobile race from New York to Paris.
The Groove tube 1974The Groove Tube (1974) A series of skits lampooning television shows of the 1960s and 70s. With Chevy Chase, Buzzy Linhart.
Groundhog Day 1993Groundhog Day (1993) A self-centered reporter (Bill Murray) finds himself trapped on February 2 in a time loop constantly repeating that day.
Harold and Maude 1971Harold and Maude (1971) A young man being smothered by his wealthy mother meets an elderly free spirit (Ruth Gordon) and falls in love with her.
Hello Again 1987Hello Again (1987) Shelley Long plays a woman who dies and then is brought back to life by her New Age sister reciting a spell.
Hellzapoppin’ 1941Hellzapoppin’ (1941)
Here Comes Mr Jordan 1941Here Comes Mr. Jordan (1941) A prizefighter is taken up to heaven after a plane crash only to have the manager Mr. Jordan (Claude rains) discover it was not his time to die. Remade as Heaven can wait.
Hocus Pocus 1993Hocus Pocus (1993) Three witches burned at the stake are returned to life on Halloween. Starring Bette Midler.
The Horse's Mouth 1958The Horse’s Mouth (1958) A mad artist (Alec Guinness) is constantly trying to swindle wealthy people out of money to support his bizarre ideas for great artistic creations.
Hyde Park On Hudson (2012)Hyde Park On Hudson (2012)
Idiocracy 2007Idiocracy (2007) An average man put into suspended animation for 200 years wakes up in the future where people have become so stupid that he has the highest IQ in the world.
Impromptu 1991Impromptu (1991) Story of the unlikely love affair between the inhibited Frederic Chopin (Hugh Grant) and the woman writer George Sand.
I really Hate my job 2007I Really Hate My Job (2007)
It Came From Hollywood 1982It Came From Hollywood (1982)  Satire on 1950s science-fiction films.
It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World 1963It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) A group of people find out for a man in a car crash about a buried treasure and then race to be the first one to get it. With Sid Caesar, Phil Silvers, Jonathan Winters, Mickey Rooney, Buddy Hackett, Milton Berle, Terry Thomas, Ethel Merman, Dick Shawn, Arnold Stang, and with cameos by virtually every comedian in Hollywood.
Jabberwocky 1977Jabberwocky (1977)
Kind Hearts and Coronets 1949Kind Hearts and Coronets (1949) The disinherited son of a wealthy family plots how to kill every relative between him and the baronetcy.
King of California 2007King of California (2007) Michael Douglas plays a man who has been in and out of asylums who is convinced he knows where an ancient Spanish treasure is buried in California and convinces his estranged daughter to help him.
King of Hearts 1966King of Hearts (1966) A mild-mannered birdwatcher drafted into the British Army is mistaken for a munitions expert and sent into a French town that has been booby-trapped by the Germans during World War I, not knowing all the inhabitants have fled and the people he meets are all escapees from the local insane asylum.
Knocked Up 2007Knocked Up (2007) Katherine Heigl has a one-night stand with Seth Rogan, an immature pot-head, and decides to keep the baby and try to turn him into a decent father.
L.A.Story 1991L.A. Story (1991) Steve Martin plays a kooky weatherman in LA who gets messages from an electronic freeway sign helping him make decisions in his love life.
The Lavender Hill Mob 1951The Lavender Hill Mob (1951)
Lenny 1974Lenny (1974)
Little Murders 1971Little Murders (1971)
The Long, Long Trailer 1953The Long, Long Trailer (1953)
The Loved One 1965The Loved One (1965) Jonathan Winters, Robert Morse, Rod Steiger. Satire on the California funeral industry.
Mars Attacks! (1996)Mars Attacks! (1996)
M*A*S*H*M*A*S*H* (1970) Donald Sutherland and Eliot Gould star as two surgeons in the Korean War drinking and womanizing and trying to get through the craziness and stay sane. With Robert Duvall and Sally Kellerman.
The Main Event 1979The Main Event (1979)
The Man in the White Suit 1951The Man in the White Suit (1951) Alec Guinness plays a determined inventor who creates a fabric which will never stain, tear, or wear out.
Music and Lyrics 2007Music and Lyrics (2007) Hugh Grant plays a has-been 1980s musician looking to make a comeback who can write music but not lyrics, who stumbles upon Drew Barrymore, a ditz who can instantly write poetry but can't stand him.
Mystery Men 1999Mystery Men (1999) Several would-be superheroes join together to fight a super villain who has captured the town's "superman" .