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Feature Film

You Can't Take it With You (1938)

Directed by Frank Capra. Cast: Jean Arthur, Lionel Barrymore, James Stewart, Edward Arnold, Mischa Auer, Ann Miller. The antics of an eccentric family and the evils of big business come to the fore in this comedy. The hilarity hits fever pitch when the daughter in this wacky family falls for a rich young man and brings him home. An Oscar winner for best picture and best director. 126 min. Credits and other information from the Internet Movie Database
Awards
Academy Award - Best Picture; Best Director

You Only Live Once(1937)

Directed by Fritz Lang. Cast: Sylvia Sidney, Henry Fonda, Barton MacLane, William Gargan, Jean Dixon, Jerome Cowan, Margaret Hamilton. "Joan Graham is the efficient secretary of a public defender Stephen Whitney and is in love of the smalltime criminal Eddie Taylor. Her boss and friend Stephen helps Eddie to leave the prison on probation, Eddie promises to have a straight life and immediately get married with Joan. He finds a job as truck driver, but is unfairly fired on his first day. While trying to find another job, there is a heist in a bank with six victims and Eddie is accused.

You Only Live Twice

(UK, 1967) Featuring Sean Connery (James Bond) facial surgery in order to pass for Japanese.

You Only Live Twice (UK, 1967)

Directed by Lewis Gilbert. Cast: Sean Connery, Akiko Wakabayashi, Tetsuro Tamba, Mie Hama, Teru Shimada, Karin Dor, Lois Maxwell, Desmond Llewelyn, Charles Gray, Bernard Lee, Donald Pleasence. When U.S. and Soviet manned spaceships are hijacked in Earth's orbit, Agent 007 must race to prevent a nuclear war between the superpowers. His dangerous mission takes him to Japan, where he battles the evil SPECTRE organization and its diabolical leader, Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Special features: Declassified: M16 vault; 007 mission control; Mission dossier; ministry of propaganda. 117 min.

You're a Sap, Mr. Jap (Popeye) (1942)

Animated short. Directed by Dan Gordon. Popeye's sailing out in the Pacific, spoiling for a fight with the Japanese. He comes across what looks a Japanese fishing boat, but, just before Popeye lets loose with the old fists, the Japs offer him a peace treaty. Popeye's all for peace, but are the Japanese men of their word? ; also ; Credits and other information from the Internet Movie Database

You're Telling Me! (1934)

Directed by Erle C. Kenton. Cast: W.C. Fields, Larry "Buster" Crabbe, Joan Marsh, Adrienne Ames, Louise Carter, Kathleen Howard, Tammany Young, Del Henderson, James B. "Pop" Kenton, Robert McKenzie, Nora Cecil, George Irving. Sam Bisbee is an inventor who is the laughingstock in his small town. After demonstrating another failed invention, he meets a princess who promises to use her celebrity to turn his luck around. "Although W.C. Fields drank immoderately on and off camera, he rarely played a scene in which he appeared pie-eyed drunk.

You've Got Mail! (1998)

Directed by Nora Ephron. Cast: Tom Hanks, Meg Ryan, Parker Posey, Jean Stapleton, Dave Chappelle, Steve Zahn, Dabney Coleman, Greg Kinnear. A romance in which superstore book chain magnate Hanks and cozy children's bookshop owner Ryan are anonymous e-mail cyberpals who fall head-over-laptops in love, unaware that they are combative business rivals. 120 min. Credits and other information from the Internet Movie Database
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Young Dr. Freud (Der junge Freud)(Austria | West Germany, TV, 1977)

Directed by Axel Corti. Cast: Karlheinz Hackl, Sylvia Haider, Brigitte Swoboda, Guido Wieland. From Freud's early childhood, where his family encounters aggressive anti-Semitism, to his student years in Vienna, this fact based film probes deeply into the personal and environmental influences on Freud as a young man, which led to the development of his psychoanalytical theories. It also explores Freud's relationships with famous colleagues, such as Breuer and Charcot, and the growth of his first book "Studies in hysteria".

Young Mr. Lincoln(1939)

Directed by John Ford. Cast: Henry Fonda, Alice Brady, Marjorie Weaver, Arleen Whelan. Ten formative years in the life of one of America's greatest statesmen are brought vividly to the screen by Henry Fonda in this fictionalized biography of Abraham Lincoln's early years as a lawyer in Springfield, Ill. 137 min. ; Credits and other information from the Internet Movie Database
Awards & HonorsNational Film Registry Selection
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Youngster(2004)

Directed by Will Canon When a 12-year-old drug dealer hands over a crack rock to a pushy addict without first getting paid, he must decide whether to trust a man with every reason to lie, or do his best to recover the money by his own means. 8 min. Credits and other information from the Internet Movie Database

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