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S.o.s. Coast Guard

A 12 episode serial in which a mad scientist (Bela Lugosi as Boroff) tries to sell his formula of a disintegrating gas to foreign powers. Coast Guard Lt. Terry Kent (Ralph Byrd) is always hot on his tail!


S.W.A.T. is a 2003 action-crime film directed by Clark Johnson, and is based on the 1975 television series of the same name. It stars Samuel L. Jackson, Colin Farrell, LL Cool J and Michelle Rodriguez. It was produced by Neal H. Moritz and released in the United States on August 8, 2003.

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Devastated to learn that their only son has been killed by muggers in New York City, former Headmaster B.B. Pradhan (Anupam Kher) and his wife, Parvati (Rohini Hattangadi) grieve. With their son dead, they need a source of income and rent out a room to a budding Bollywood actress, Sujata Suman (Soni Razdan), who has been having an illicit affair with Vilas (Madan Jain). Vilas is the only son of a powerful politician, Gajanan Chitre (Nilu Phule) and lacks the guts to tell his father about Sujata. He puts off any marriage plans, but Sujata gets pregnant. Pradhan offers to accompany Sujata to meet Gajanan with the hope that he will permit her to become his daughter-in-law. Gajanan, however, not only refuses, but also threatens them. He warns them of dire consequences if Sujata does not abort the child and move away to another town. Pradhan refuses to let Sujata out of his house. Gajanan's men begin stalking and harassing them so Pradhan goes to file a police complaint, but is told that the police cannot even touch Gajanan's men. Sujata has no choice but to continue to seek shelter with Pradhan and his wife. Sujata does not know that Pradhan and Parvati have a secret agenda of their own in keeping her within their sight.


Mansi and Bansi come to Mumbai after the death of their parents. All they have as a legacy is a love for music instilled in them by their father Vrindavan, and their divine voices. After their initial struggle, Mansi finds her way into the film industry with music director Indraneel as her mentor. Mansi keeps Bansi's talent under wraps and gets her married to an unsuitable man. Her argument is that both should cherish their father's memory - Bansi by bearing children to carry on the family name and Mansi by keeping his music alive. When Indraneel picks Bansi as his new protege, Mansi breaks off with him. The sisters become bitter rivals. After her divorce, Bansi fights to keep her place in the sun against crippling odds. A dynamic young music director Himen Desai, is obsessed with Bansi and she finally succumbs to his charm and persuasion. The film tells the story of a brave woman's battle to come to terms with her life, she does not give up even when she loses her voice. A renowned psychiatrist Dr Samarth comes into her life. Does she find fulfillment this time? Does she find her voice?


Lee Van Cleef stars as Sabata, a tight-lipped hero who guns down three robbers accused of a heist involving a US Army gold shipment. Unbeknown to him, the reward money is only a ploy master minded by the heists' leader.


A watchman seeks the culprits who framed his son, a mechanic at a U.S. plane factory.

Sabrina: Secrets Of A Teenage Witch, A Witch And Werewolf

When a magic jacket turns Sabrina's friend into a werewolf, she's off between two worlds to stop his rampage. Join her as she tries to save the day!

Sabrina: Teenage Witch (film)

She's young, pretty, athletic and just turning sweet sixteen. Sabrina (Melissa Joan Hart) is a newcomer to the small town of Riverdale and just wants to fit in. Sabrina's parents have gone on a year's sabbatical and left their teenage daughter in the charge of her aunts, Hilda (Sherry Miller) and Zelda (Charlene Fernetz). Sabrina readily accepts her somewhat eccentric aunts and their mysterious black cat, Salem, but is finding it tough to feel like she belongs, especially at school, where the "in-crowd" clique doesn't want to bother with her. Matters aren't helped by the odd things that seem increasingly to be happening around her. What Sabrina doesn't know is that her parents are witches, her aunts Zelda and Hilda have magical powers, and that very soon, on her upcoming sixteenth birthday, she will inherit her mystical birthright and the knowledge of how to use it. Once over the initial shock, Sabrina embraces her newly found knowledge. After some early difficulties she learns to fly, and to cast difficult magic spells. It's magic that helps Sabrina become a track star, date the man of her dreams, school hunk Seth (Ryan Reynolds), ace all her tests and knock Seth's old girlfriend, the scheming Katy (Lalainia Lindbjerg), off her prom queen perch. The problem is, Sabrina may suddenly be the most desirable girl in school, but in the process she has alienated her one true friend, Marnie (Michelle Beudoin), and overlooked the boy who really loves her, Harvey (Tobias Mehler). Sabrina finds herself having to choose between easy success, and earning her popularity with the people who really count. When Seth turns out to have feet of clay, Sabrina finds out who her true friends are, and that's magic!

Sacred Science

For the eight seekers at the heart of this emotionally charged documentary, redemption may lie in the mysterious depths of the Amazonian rain forest. Nicola has Parkinson's Disease. Joel suffers from Type-II Diabetes. Jean is clinically depressed. John has prostate cancer. The group journey to South America where traditional medicine men employ methods that are thousands of years old, treating them with a combination of local, plant-based remedies and native rituals. The results will surprise you. A FilmBuff Presentation.


Nobuhiko Obayashi, director of the cult horror/comedy "House," gives his unique spin on the true story of Sada Abe, who strangled her lover and cut off his genitalia as a keepsake. Nagisa Oshima used the same notorious incident as the basis of his controversial "In the Realm of the Senses."

Saddest Music In World

Canadian film royalty Guy Maddin directs from an original screenplay by Kazuo Ishiguro (The Remains of the Day). Toronto hit.Lady Helen (Isabella Rossellini), a double-amputee beer baroness, announces a competition in Winnipeg (the world capitol of sorrow during the Great Depression) to find the world's saddest music; nations vie for a crown of frozen tears and $25,000.Failed Broadway impresario Chester (KIDS IN THE HALL's Mark McKinney) and amnesiac nymphomaniac Narcissa (Maria de Medeiros) hit town representing the USA, followed by Canadian contestant Fyodor (David Fox), a drunken doctor who years earlier severed Lady Helen's gams during emergency surgery. By way of atonement Fyodor constructs a pair of shapely, beer-filled glass legs for Lady Helen.