Gul-E-Bakawali is a 1939 Punjabi drama film, directed by D. M. Pancholi, starring Suraiya Jamaal Sheikh, Noor Jehan and Salim Raza in the lead roles. The music of the film is composed by Ghulam Haider.
Jesse James is a story of two boys who witness the homicide of their mother by a railroad agent and start robbing banks and trains to take out revenge.
Stagecoach tells the story of 9 strangers, who set out in one single stagecoach. But they realize soon that the threat of Geronimo looms closer. This complicated journey gets exciting when these passengers are forced to interact with each other and learn more about themselves.
Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson investigate the legend of a supernatural hound, a beast that may be stalking a young heir on the fog-shrouded moorland that makes up his estate.
Tarzan and Jane find an infant baby abanDoned in the jungle and raise him as their own son. Years later the parents of the child visit the jungle in search of him.
The story of the movie, The Wizard of Oz, is based on the classic children's book by L. Frank Baum. The story revolves around a farm-girl whose best friend is her beloved pet, a dog. One day a nasty neighbor attempts to get rid of her dog but she runs away with her pet. The story takes a turn when she enters into the magical land of the Oz and meet new friends.
Jamaica Inn is directed by Alfred Hitchcock, which shows the story of a girl who was staying with her uncle, the owner of Jamaica Inn. The girl soon discovered that it is the place for the gangster to meet and discuss Shipwrecks, and her uncle was also involved with them.
When the idealistic young Jefferson Smith (James Stewart) winds up appointed to the United States Senate, he gains the mentorship of Senator Joseph Paine (Claude Rains). However, Paine isn't as noble as his reputation would indicate, and he becomes involved in a scheme to discredit Smith, who wants to build a boys campsite where a more lucrative project could go. Determined to stand up against Paine and his corrupt peers, Smith takes his case to the Senate floor.
Mr. Smith Goes to Washington is a political comedy. The story revolves around an idealistic young man, who is appointed in the United States Senate. The story goes on to showcase the protagonist's fight with a corrupt senator who sets out to destroy the young idealist.
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