Public Domain Movies - Feature Films

Carnival Of Souls Upgrade

horror, classic, low-budget, Candace Hilligoss, Saltair

A cleaner, crisper version of "Carnival of Souls."

They Made Me a Criminal (1939)

crime, Drama

Directed by Busby Berkeley and starring John Garfield, Claude Rains, and The Dead End Kids. It is a remake of the 1933 film The Life of Jimmy Dolan.


William Gargan, Virginia Welles, Richard Crane, Irving Bacon

Gunner Peterson handles dynamite with ease, but getting the boss' daughter might be much more difficult.

The Cheat

crime, silent film, Feature Film, fannie ward, cecil b demille, Jesse Lasky, paramount pictures, socialite, Charity, Embezzlement, theft, caught, desperate, silent film, Feature Film, paramount pictures, cecil b demille, fannie ward

1915 silent film directed by Cecil B Demille starring Fannie Ward. This film was selected for preservation in America's "National Film Registry".

A desperate socialite turns to a Burnese Ivory trader after she is almost found out for embezzling funds from her charity.

The Gorilla (1939)

When a wealthy man (Atwill) is threatened by a killer known as The Gorilla, he hires the Ritz Brothers to investigate...

Springtime In The Sierras (1947)

Roy Rogers, Jane Frazee, Andy Devine, Stephanie Bachelor, Mystic Nights Videos

Female outlaw Jean Loring (Stephanie Bachelor) and her gang are killing wild game out of season. PD - No Copyright renewal

THE GIANT GILA MONSTER widescreen & quality upgrade

teen exploitation, teenagers, Monsters, creature features, hot rods

This is the original widescreen theatrical print which is significantly sharper than the other versions here at IA. All of which have modified formats. Stars Don Sullivan, Fred Graham and Lisa Simone Directed by Ray Kellogg Released in 1959 Filmed in and around Cielo, Texas complete print


horror, mystery, vampires, mad science, Fay Wray, Lionel Atwill, Dwight Frye, Melvyn Douglas

An unknown and unstopable vampire terrorizes a middle-European village. The featured players are Lionel Atwill, Fay Wray, Melvyn Douglas and Dwight Frye. Directed by Frank R. Strayer. Released in 1933