A Christmas Story

A Christmas Story 1972

The special is set in a town almost like in Disney's Lady and the Tramp, and it was Christmas Eve. In one house, a little boy named Timmy was read a Christmas story and tucked into bed. The resident mouse Gumdrop , while admiring the house all decorated for Christmas, noticed Timmy's letter to Santa on the floor. The letter must of have fallen off the table and never got mailed. So he and the family dog Gobber set outside to deliver the letter to Santa and save Christmas for Timmy.

Woody's Magic Touch

Woody's Magic Touch 1971

In medieval times, Woody goes on a quest to transform a dragon back into the king's son with the aid of a witch's magic wand.

Frannie's Christmas

Frannie's Christmas

As Christmas approaches, Frannie Stein learns from her snide friend Gloria Oestriger that there is no Santa Claus. Frannie's disbelieving, but her father confirms the horrible truth. Frannie enlists the help of her younger brother, Kenny, and they go to a graveyard to dig up some parts, which they assemble in the Stein basement. Soon, they've finished their creation and are ready for revenge on Gloria. Who says there's no Santa?


Mandala 1977

Gumby creator Art Clokey takes viewers on a psychedelic journey through a strange, homemade world.

Ryokunohara Labyrinth - Sparkling Phantom

Ryokunohara Labyrinth - Sparkling Phantom 1990

Hiroki and Kanata have been together since they were children. One day Hiroki is caught up in an accident while trying to save a little girl. The next thing he knows, he is looking down on his own body. Seperated from his body, Kanata, and everything else, he tries to figure out just what is going on. Why is he outside his body which is living on as if nothing has changed, how can he convince Kanata that he is there, and who is the strange girl, Fhalei, who keeps appearing for him?


Nightclub 1983

The bizarre rituals and disturbing characters found in Liverpool's Casablanca Nightclub.

I Should See

I Should See 1990

This is a film, that was a picture. What’s the difference? Photography takes time away, film adds time.