Bonnie and Clyde - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: Tatira-Hiller; Technicolor, 35mm; running time: 111 minutes. Released August 1967.

Das Boot - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: Bavaria Atelier, Radiant Film; Fuji colour, 35mm; running time: 149 minutes. Originally a television miniseries shown in 5 parts; shortened version released theatrically.

Le Boucher - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: Films La Boétie (Paris), Euro-International (Rome); Eastmancolor; running time: 94 minutes. Released April 1970.

Boudu Sauvé des Eaux - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: Société Sirius; running time: 83 minutes. Released November 1932, Paris.

Boy - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Brazil - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: Brazil Productions for 20th Century Fox; Eastmancolor; Dolby stereo; running time: 142 minutes. Released March 1985.

Breakfast at Tiffany's - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: Jurow-Sheperd Productions and Paramount Pictures; colour, 35mm; running time: 115 minutes.

Breaking the Waves - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: Zentropa Entertainments in collaboration with Trust Film Svenska AB, Liberator Productions S.a.r.l., Argus Film Productie, Northern Lights; color, 35mm CinemaScope; running time: 158 minutes. Released 5 July 1996, Copenhagen.

Breathless - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

The Bride of Frankenstein - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: Universal; black and white, running time: 76 minutes. Released May 1935.

Brief Encounter - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: Cineguild; black and white, 35mm; running time: 85 minutes; length 7750 feet. Released 1945 by General Film Distributors, London, and in 1946 by Prestige Pictures.

A Brighter Summer Day - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Bringing Up Baby - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: RKO Radio Pictures Inc.; black and white, 35mm; running time: 102 minutes (some sources state 100 minutes). Released 1938.

Broken Blossoms - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: D. W.

Bronenosets Potemkin - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: First Goskino; black and white, 35mm, silent; running time: 86 minutes at silent speed; length 1850 meters, or 6070 feet. Released 18 January 1926.

Die BĂĽchse der Pandora - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: Nero Film A. G.

Budjenje Pacova - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Screenplay: Gordan Mihic and Ljubisa Kozomara; photography: Milorad Jaksic-Fandjo; editor: Olga Skrigin; music: Natko Devcica.

Build My Gallows High - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Il Brutto Il Buono Il Cattivo - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: P.E.A.; Technicolor, 35mm, Techniscope; running time: 180 minutes, English version is 162 minutes. Released 1966 in Italy; released 1968 in US.

Burnt by the Sun - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

The Butcher - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Bye Bye Brasil - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: Produçoes Cinematográficas L.C. Barreto; Eastmancolor, 35mm; running time: 110 minutes.

Cabaret - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: Allied Artists Pictures, ABC Pictures; Technicolour; 35mm; running time: 123 minutes. Filmed on location in West Berlin and at Bavaria Atelier Gesellschaft, Munchen, West Germany.

The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Cabiria - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: Itala Film (Turin); black and white, 35mm, silent; running time: originally 210 minutes; length: originally 14,746 feet, later versions cut to 8345 feet. Released 18 April 1914, Turin.

La Caduta Degli dei - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: Pegaso Film-Italnolggio (Italy), Eichberg Film-Praesidens (West Germany); Eastmancolor, 35mm; running time: 164 minutes, English version: 155 minutes. Released December 1969.

Cairo Station - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Camille - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Production: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Corp.; black and white, 35mm; running time: 115 minutes, some sources state 108 minutes. Released 1936.

Campanadas a Medionache - Film (Movie) Plot and Review

Canal - Film (Movie) Plot and Review