Every Film and TV Series I Own That I Have Not Seen

The Call of the Cumberlands (Jan. 23, 1916, Julia Crawford Ivers)
Where Are My Children? (May 1916, Lois Weber, Phillips Smalley)
’49-’17 (Oct. 15, 1917, Ruth Ann Baldwin)
Broadway Love (Jan. 21, 1918, Ida May Park)
Back to God’s Country (Oct. 27, 1919, David Hartford, uncred. Nell Shipman)
Harakiri (Dec. 18, 1919, Fritz Lang)
The Spiders: Part 2 (Feb. 2, 1920, Fritz Lang)
The Golem (Oct. 29, 1920, Carl Boese, Paul Wegener)
The Wandering Shadow (Dec. 25, 1920, Fritz Lang)
Four Around the Woman (Feb. 3, 1921, Fritz Lang)
Too Wise Wives (May 22, 1921, Lois Weber)
Destiny (Oct. 6, 1921, Fritz Lang)
Die Gezeichneten (Feb. 7, 1922, Carl Theodor Dreyer)
Dr. Mabuse: The Gambler (Apr. 27, 1922, Fritz Lang)
Der var engang (Oct. 3, 1922, Carl Theodor Dreyer)
Salomé (Feb. 15, 1923, Charles Bryant, uncred. Alla Nazimova)
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Sept. 2, 1923, Wallace Worsley)
The Song of Love (Dec. 24, 1923, Frances Marion and Chester M. Franklin)
Die Nibelungen: Siegfried (Feb. 14, 1924, Fritz Lang)
Die N: Kriemhild’s Revenge (Apr. 26, 1924, Fritz Lang)
Michael (Sept. 26, 1924, Carl Theodor Dreyer)
Kino-Eye (Oct. 31, 1924, Dziga Vertov)
Whirlpool of Fate (Mar. 20, 1925, Jean Renoir)
Strike (Apr. 28, 1925, Sergei M. Eisenstein)
Master of the House (Oct. 5, 1925, Carl Theodor Dreyer)
Body and Soul (Nov. 9, 1925, Oscar Micheaux)
The Bride of Glomdal (Jan. 1, 1926, Carl Theodor Dreyer)
The Flying Ace (1926, Richard E. Norman)
Nana (Apr. 27, 1926, Jean Renoir)
Faust (Sept. 20, 1926, F.W. Murnau)
Ten Nights in a Bar Room (Dec. 27, 1926, Roy Calnek)
The Scar of Shame (1927, Frank Perugini)
Running Wild (June 11, 1927, Gregory La Cava)
Downhill (Oct. 24, 1927, Alfred Hitchcock)
Eleven P.M. (1928, Richard Maurice)
Spies (Mar. 22, 1928, Fritz Lang)
Champagne (Aug. 20, 1928, Alfred Hitchcock)
The Manxman (Jan. 21, 1929, Alfred Hitchcock)
Linda (Apr. 1, 1929, Dorothy Davenport Reid)
Woman in the Moon (Oct. 15, 1929, Fritz Lang)
People on Sunday (Feb. 4, 1930, Robert Siodmak, Edgar G. Ulmer)
Murder! (July 31, 1930, Alfred Hitchcock)
The Skin Game (Feb. 26, 1931, Alfred Hitchcock)
Drácula (Mar. 11, 1931, George Melford)
Tabu (Mar. 18, 1931, F.W. Murnau)
The Front Page (Mar. 19, 1931, Lewis Milestone)
*Man of the World (Mar. 28, 1931, Richard Wallace)
Enthusiasm (Apr. 2, 1931, Dziga Vertov)
The Exile (May 16, 1931, Oscar Micheaux)
La Chienne (Nov. 20, 1931, Jean Renoir)
Mädchen in Uniform (Nov. 27, 1931, Leontine Sagan, Carl Froelich)
Rich and Strange (Dec. 10, 1931, Alfred Hitchcock)
The Girl from Chicago (1932, Oscar Micheaux)
Night After Night (Oct. 29, 1932, Archie Mayo)
If I Had a Million (Nov. 18, 1932, James Cruze, H. Bruce Humberstone, Ernst Lubitsch, Norman Z. McLeod, Lothar Mendes, Stephen Roberts, William A. Seiter, Norman Taurog)
Liebelei (Feb. 24, 1933, Max Ophüls)
Design for Living (Nov. 22, 1933, Ernst Lubitsch)
*Alice in Wonderland (Dec. 18, 1933, Norman Z. McLeod)
The Wedding of Palo (Mar. 5, 1934, Friedrich Dalsheim)
We’re Not Dressing (Apr. 25, 1934, Norman Taurog)
Imitation of Life (Oct. 1934, John M. Stahl)
The Good Fairy (Jan. 31, 1935, William Wyler)
Goin’ to Town (Apr. 25, 1935, Alexander Hall)
*Hands Across the Table (Oct. 18, 1935, Mitchell Leisen)
The Bohemian Girl (Feb. 14, 1936, James W. Horne, Charley Rogers)
*Love Before Breakfast (Mar. 9, 1936, Walter Lang)
Show Boat (May 14, 1936, James Whale)
*The Princess Comes Around (May 22, 1936, William K. Howard)
Go West Young Man (Nov. 13, 1936, Henry Hathaway)
Easy Living (July 7, 1937, Mitchell Leisen)
Drôle de Drame (Oct. 20, 1937, Marcel Carné)
True Confession (Dec. 24, 1937, Wesley Ruggles)
Swiss Miss (May 20, 1938, John G. Blystone)
Thanks for the Memory (Nov. 11, 1938, George Archainbaud)
Birthright (1939, Oscar Micheaux)
Young Mr. Lincoln (May 30, 1939, John Ford)
The Story of the Last Chrysanthemum (Oct. 10, 1939, Kenji Mizoguchi)
*The Cat and the Canary (Oct. 27, 1939, Elliott Nugent)
The Invisible Man Returns (Jan. 12, 1940, Joe May)
The Invisible Woman (Dec. 27, 1940, A. Edward Sutherland)
Time Out of Rhythm (June 5, 1941, Sidney Salkow)
*Nothing But the Truth (Oct. 10, 1941, Elliott Nugent)
How Green Was My Valley (Oct. 28, 1941, John Ford)
Invisible Agent (July 31, 1942, Edwin L. Marin)
Les Visiteurs du Soir (Dec. 5, 1942, Marcel Carné)
Sahara (Sept. 2, 1943, Zoltan Korda)
The Invisible Man’s Revenge (June 9, 1944, Ford Beebe)
Meet Me in St. Louis (Nov. 22, 1944, Vincente Minnelli)
Children of Paradise (Mar. 9, 1945, Marcel Carné)
Two People (Mar. 23, 1945, Carl Theodor Dreyer)
Rockin’ in the Rockies (Apr. 17, 1945, Vernon Keays)
Dirty Gertie from Harlem U.S.A. (1946, Spencer Williams)
She-Wolf of London (May 17, 1946, Jean Yarbrough)
Gentleman’s Agreement (Nov. 11, 1947, Elia Kazan)
The Paradine Case (Dec. 30, 1947, Alfred Hitchcock)
A Foreign Affair (June 30, 1948, Billy Wilder)
Caught (Wild Calendar) (Feb. 17, 1949, Max Ophüls)
Le Silence de la Mer (Apr. 22, 1949, Jean-Pierre Melville)
Under Capricorn (Sept. 8, 1949, Alfred Hitchcock)
Stromboli (Feb. 15, 1950, Roberto Rossellini)
Europe ’51 (Sept. 12, 1952, Roberto Rossellini)
Ugetsu (Mar. 26, 1953, Kenji Mizoguchi)
I Vinti (Sept. 4, 1953, Michelangelo Antonioni)
The Earrings of Madam De… (Sept. 16, 1953, Max Ophüls)
Tokyo Story (Nov. 3, 1953, Yasujirô Ozu)
Love in the City (Nov. 27, 1953, Michelangelo Antonioni, Federico Fellini, Alberto Lattuada, Carlo Lizzani, Francesco Maselli, Dino Risi, Cesare Zavattini)
Dog Star Man (1964, Stan Brakhage)
Journey to Italy (Sept. 7, 1954, Roberto Rossellini)
East of Eden (Mar. 9, 1955, Elia Kazan)
Revenge of the Creature (Mar. 29, 1955, Jack Arnold)
Journey to the Beginning of Time (Aug. 5, 1955, Karel Zeman)
Le Amiche (Sept. 6, 1955, Michelangelo Antonioni)
The Violent Years (1956, William Morgan)
The Creature Walks Among Us (Apr. 26, 1956, John Sherwood)
Death in the Garden (Sept. 21, 1956, Luis Buñuel)
The Curse of Frankenstein (May 2, 1957, Terence Fisher)
3:10 to Yuma (Aug. 7, 1957, Delmer Daves)
Man of a Thousand Faces (Aug. 13, 1957, Joseph Pevney)
Touch of Evil (Feb. 1958, Orson Welles)
Horror of Dracula (May 8, 1958, Terence Fisher)
Invention for Destruction (June 27, 1958, Karel Zeman)
Le Beau Serge (June 6, 1958, Claude Chabrol)
The Hidden Fortress (Dec. 28, 1958, Akira Kurosawa)
Night of the Ghouls (1959, Ed Wood)
The Diary of Anne Frank (Mar. 18, 1959, George Stevens)
The Doctor’s Horrible Experiment (Aug 31, 1959, Jean Renoir)- TV movie
Rocco and His Brothers (Sept. 6, 1960, Luchino Visconti)
The Misfits (Jan. 31, 1961, John Huston)
Paris Belongs to Us (Dec. 13, 1961, Jacques Rivette)
Jules and Jim (Jan. 23, 1962, François Truffaut)
The Elusive Corporal (May 23, 1962, Jean Renoir)
The Fabulous Baron Munchausen (July 1962, Karel Zeman)
The Haunted Palace (Aug. 28, 1963, Roger Corman)
Dementia 13 (Sept. 25, 1963, Francis Ford Coppola)
Woman in the Dunes (Feb. 15, 1964, Hiroshi Teshigahara)
Before the Revolution (May 9, 1964, Bernardo Bertolucci)
The Masque of Red Death (June 24, 1964, Roger Corman)
Marnie (July 9, 1964, Alfred Hitchcock)
The World’s Most Beautiful Swindlers (Aug. 14, 1964, Claude Chabrol, Jean-Luc Godard, Ugo Gregoretti, Hiromichi Horikawa)
A Married Woman (Sept. 8, 1964, Jean-Luc Godard)
Pierrot le Fou (Aug. 29, 1965, Jean-Luc Godard)
Juliet of the Spirits (Oct. 16, 1965, Federico Fellini)
Torn Curtain (July 14, 1966, Alfred Hitchcock)
Les créatures (Sept. 3, 1966, Agnès Varda)
The Deadly Bees (Dec. 23, 1966, Freddie Francis)
The Young Girls of Rochefort (March 8, 1967, Jacques Demy)
The Oldest Profession (Apr. 7, 1967, Claude Autant-Lara, Mauro Bolognini, Philippe de Broca, Jean-Luc Godard, Franco Indovina, Michael Pfleghar)
Belle de Jour (May 24, 1967, Luis Buñuel)
King Kong Escapes (July 22, 1967, Ishirô Honda)
Far from the Madding Crowd (Oct. 16, 1967, John Schlesinger)
Playtime (Dec. 16, 1967, Jacques Tati)
Weekend (Dec. 29, 1967, Jean-Luc Godard)
The Bride Wore Black (Mar. 22, 1968, François Truffaut)
Je t’aime, je t’aime (Apr. 24, 1968, Alain Resnais)
Witchfinder General (May 15, 1968, Michael Reeves)
Spirits of the Dead (May 17, 1968, Federico Fellini, Louis Malle, Roger Vadim)
Hang ‘Em High (May 31, 1968, Ted Post)
The Devil Rides Out (July 20, 1968, Terence Fisher)
Teorema (Sept. 5, 1968, Pier Paolo Pasolini)
The Night They Raided Minsky’s (Dec. 21, 1968, William Friedkin)
Sweet Charity (Feb. 14, 1969, Bob Fosse)
Fellini’s Satyricon (Sept. 4, 1969, Federico Fellini)
Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice (Sept. 17, 1969, Paul Mazursky)
Lions Love (… and Lies) (Sept. 20, 1969, Agnès Varda)
The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes (Oct. 29, 1970, Billy Wilder)
Death in Venice (Mar. 1, 1971, Luchino Visconti)
The Abominable Dr. Phibes (May 18, 1971, Robert Fuest)
Drive, He Said (May 24, 1971, Jack Nicholson)
Sunday Bloody Sunday (July 1, 1971, John Schlesinger)
The Devils (July 16, 1971, Ken Russell)
Diary of a Hooker (Sept. 10, 1971, Paul Verhoeven)
The Last Picture Show (Oct. 2, 1971, Peter Bogdanovich)
A Safe Place (Oct. 15, 1971, Henry Jaglom)
Solaris (Feb. 5, 1972, Andrei Tarkovsky)
The Merchant of Four Seasons (Feb. 10, 1972, Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
The Seduction of Mimi (Feb. 19, 1972, Lina Wertmüller)
Roma (Mar. 9, 1972, Federico Fellini)
The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant (June 25, 1972, Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
The King of Marvin Gardens (Oct. 12, 1972, Bob Rafelson)
What the Peeper Saw (Oct. 14, 1972, James Kelley, Andrea Bianchi)
Eight Hours Don’t Make a Day (Oct. 29, 1972 – Mar. 18, 1973, Rainer Werner Fassbinder)- TV mini-series
The Getaway (Dec. 16, 1972, Sam Peckinpah)
Love & Anarchy (Feb. 22, 1973, Lina Wertmüller)
Turkish Delight (Feb. 22, 1973, Paul Verhoeven)
The Baby (March 1973, Ted Post)
The Day of the Jackal (May 16, 1973, Fred Zinnemann)
Female Prisoner Scorpion: Beast Stable (July 29, 1973, Shun’ya Itô)
World on a Wire (Oct. 14, 1973, Rainer Werner Fassbinder)- TV mini-series
The Optimists of Nine Elms (Oct. 18, 1973, Anthony Simmons)
Magnum Force (Dec. 13, 1973, Ted Post)
Amarcord (Dec. 13, 1973, Federico Fellini)
Papillon (Dec. 16, 1973, Franklin J. Schaffner)
Female Prisoner Scorpion: #701’s Grudge Song (Dec. 29, 1973, Yasuharu Hasebe)
All Screwed Up (Feb. 21, 1974, Lina Wertmüller)
Arabian Nights (May 20, 1974, Pier Paolo Pasolini)
Lady Snowblood 2: Love Song of Vengeance (June 15, 1974, Toshiya Fujita)
Lenny (Nov. 10, 1974, Bob Fosse)
Seizure (Nov. 15, 1974, Oliver Stone)
Katie Tippel (Mar. 6, 1975, Paul Verhoeven)
The Dragon Tamers (Mar. 15, 1975, John Woo)
Hester Street (Mar. 19, 1975, Joan Micklin Silver)
Fox and His Friends (May 15, 1975, Rainer Werner Fassbinder)
Daguerrotypes (June 24, 1975, Agnès Varda)
The Giant Spider Invasion (Oct. 1975, Bill Rebane)
The Killer Elite (Dec. 17, 1975, Sam Peckinpah)
Next Stop, Greenwich Village (Feb. 4, 1976, Paul Mazursky)
The Killing of a Chinese Bookie (Feb. 15, 1976, John Cassavetes)
Family Plot (Mar. 21, 1976, Alfred Hitchcock)
Car Wash (Oct. 15, 1976, Michael Schultz)
The Enforcer (Dec. 16, 1976, James Fargo)
Mikey and Nicky (Dec. 21, 1976, Elaine May)
One Sings, the Other Doesn’t (Mar. 9, 1977, Agnès Varda)
Stroszek (May 20, 1977, Werner Herzog)
The Duellists (May 22, 1977, Ridley Scott)
Soldier of Orange (Sept. 22, 1977, Paul Verhoeven)
Julia (Oct. 2, 1977, Fred Zinnemann)
Coming Home (Feb. 15, 1978, Hal Ashby)
Convoy (June 10, 1978, Sam Peckinpah)
Phantasm (Jan. 1979, Don Coscarelli)
Woyzeck (May 25, 1979, Werner Herzog)
Thirst (Sept. 28, 1979, Rod Hardy)
Tess (Oct. 25, 1979, Roman Polanski)
Spetters (Feb. 28, 1980, Paul Verhoeven)
The Stunt Man (June 27, 1980, Richard Rush)
Mur murs (May 17, 1981, Agnès Varda)
Deadly Blessing (Aug. 14, 1981, Wes Craven)
Documenteur (Sept. 13, 1981, Agnès Varda)
The Verdict (Dec. 7, 1982, Sidney Lumet)
The 4th Man (Mar. 24, 1983, Paul Verhoeven)
And the Ship Sails On (Sept. 10, 1983, Federico Fellini)
Sudden Impact (Dec. 8, 1983, Clint Eastwood)
Christine (Dec. 9, 1983, John Carpenter)
Boy Meets Girl (May 1984, Leos Carax)
Where the Green Ants Dream (May 1984, Werner Herzog)
Stranger Than Paradise (May 16, 1984, Jim Jarmusch)
Threads (Sept. 23, 1984, Mick Jackson)- TV movie
Silent Night, Deadly Night (Nov. 9, 1984, Charles E. Seillier Jr.)
The Cotton Club Encore (Dec. 4, 1984, Francis Ford Coppola)
Lifeforce (June 21, 1985, Tobe Hooper)
Come and See (July 9, 1985, Elem Klimov)
American Flyers (Aug. 16, 1985, John Badham)
River’s Edge (Aug. 27, 1986, Tim Hunter)
Intervista (May 18, 1987, Federico Fellini)
Prince of Darkness (Oct. 21, 1987, John Carpenter)
Cobra Verde (Dec. 3, 1987, Werner Herzog)
Kung-Fu Master! (Feb. 1988, Agnès Varda)
Jane B. par Agnès V. (Mar. 2, 1988, Agnès Varda)
Salaam Bombay! (May 1988, Mira Nair)
Distant Voices, Still Lives (May 13, 1988, Terence Davies)
Killer Klowns from Outer Space (May 27, 1988, Stephen Chiodo)
Police Story 2 (Aug. 13, 1988, Jackie Chan)
Rain Man (Dec. 12, 1988, Barry Levinson)
Talk Radio (Dec. 23, 1988, Oliver Stone)
Resurrected (Feb. 1989, Paul Greengrass)
Blue Steel (July 1, 1989, Kathryn Bigelow)
Metropolitan (Jan. 1990, Whit Stillman)
An Angel at My Table (June 11, 1990, Jane Campion)
Boyz n the Hood (May 13, 1991, John Singleton)
Jacquot de Nantes (May 15, 1991, Agnès Varda)
Until the End of the World (Sept. 12, 1991, Wim Wenders)
High Heels (Oct. 23, 1991, Pedro Almodóvar)
Juice (Jan. 17, 1992, Ernest R. Dickerson)
And Life Goes On (Feb. 1, 1992, Abbas Kiarostami)
The Long Day Closes (May 13, 1992, Terence Davies)
Bitter Moon (July 12, 1992, Roman Polanski)
Grey Knight (Mar. 7, 1993, George Hickenlooper)
The Young Girls Turn 25 (Oct. 1993, Agnès Varda)
Kika (Oct. 29, 1993, Pedro Almodóvar)
Shadowlands (Dec. 25, 1993, Richard Attenborough)
Hoop Dreams (Jan. 1994, Steve James)
Four Weddings and a Funeral (Jan. 20, 1994, Mike Newell)
Through the Olive Trees (Feb. 1, 1994, Abbas Kiarostami)
Barcelona (June 1994, Whit Stillman)
Eat Drink Man Woman (Aug. 3, 1994, Ang Lee)
Casa de Lava (Nov. 1994, Pedro Costa)
One Hundred and One Nights (Jan. 25, 1995, Agnès Varda)
The World of Jacques Demy (Mar. 14, 1995, Agnès Varda)
Friday (Apr. 26, 1995, F. Gary Gray)
Desperado (May 1995, Robert Rodriguez)
Get on the Bus (Oct. 10, 1996, Spike Lee)
Taste of Cherry (May 16, 1997, Abbas Kiarostami)
Little Dieter Needs to Fly (Aug. 29, 1997, Werner Herzog)
The Gingerbread Man (Jan. 23, 1998, Robert Altman)
Slums of Beverly Hills (May 21, 1998, Tamara Jenkins)
Without Limits (Sept. 11, 1998, Robert Towne)
My Best Fiend (May 17, 1999, Werner Herzog)
Rosetta (May 22, 1999, Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne)
A Visitor from the Living (July 26, 1999, Claude Lanzmann)
Three Kings (Sept. 27, 1999, David O. Russell)
The Cell (Aug. 17, 2000, Tarsem Singh)
The Gift (Dec. 18, 2000, Sam Raimi)
Sobibór, October 14, 1943, 4 p.m. (May 13, 2001, Claude Lanzmann)
Ali (Dec. 11, 2001, Michael Mann)
Hysterical Blindness (Jan. 16, 2002, Mira Nair)- TV movie
Dark Water (Jan. 19, 2002, Hideo Nakata)
25th Hour (Dec. 16, 2002, Spike Lee)
The Gleaners & I: Two Years Later (Dec. 18, 2002, Agnès Varda)
Hulk (June 17, 2003, Ang Lee)
Love Actually (Sept. 7, 2003, Richard Curtis)
Nobody Knows (May 13, 2004, Hirokazu Koreeda)
Bad Education (Mar. 19, 2004, Pedro Almodóvar)
Woman Is the Future of Man (May 14, 2004, Sang-soo Hong)
She Hate Me (July 20, 2004, Spike Lee)
…A Father… A Son… Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (2005, Lee Grant)- TV documentary
Kingdom of Heaven: Director’s Cut (May 2, 2005, Ridley Scott)
Tale of Cinema (May 19, 2005, Sang-soo Hong)
Evil (Sept. 24, 2005, Giorgos Nousias)
The History Boys (Oct. 2, 2006, Nicholas Hytner)
Secret Sunshine (May 17, 2007, Chang-dong Lee)
The Beaches of Agnès (Sept. 3, 2008, Agnès Varda)
Livid (Sept. 11, 2011, Alexandre Bustillo, Julien Maury)
Agnès Varda: From Here to There (Dec. 19, 2011, Agnès Varda)
Mekong Hotel (2012, Apichatpong Weerasethakul)
Nymphomaniac: Vol. I and II: Director’s Cut (Feb. 9, 2014, Lars von Trier)
Upsidedown Cross (Sept. 25, 2014, William Hellfire)
American Honey (May 15, 2016, Andrea Arnold)
Varda by Agnès (Feb. 13, 2019, Agnès Varda)
Domino (May 30, 2019, Brian De Palma)
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