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WHITE PLANET , THE (2006, CANADA)MadmanThe Arctic is a world apart, ruled by the cold and shaped by ice and wind. A world of frozen seas, the pack ice, immense plains, tundra, glittering mountains and glaciers, all inhabited by magnificent animals that have managed to adapt to conditions at the very limits of survival. From the beginning of winter to the triumphant return of the sun, this white planet is an unexpected kingdom awaiting discovery. But it is also a fragile and threatened world, susceptible to humanity's impact on the climate. Could this majestic home to the polar bear, caribou, muskox and other unique fauna be about to disappear when we are only beginning to really discover it? 86  DVD 
WHITE SQUAW, THE (1956)Sony/ Columbia/ TriStarA white native American seeks help for her fellow tribe, struggling to survive against ranchers. Black & white.  75  16mm  
WHITE WATER SUMMER (1987, U.S.A.)Sony/ Columbia/ TriStarA beginners' wilderness journey turns into a death-defying experience in the suspenseful action-adventure, WHITE WATER SUMMER, starring Kevin Bacon (Hollow Man, A Few Good Men) and Sean Astin (Rudy, The Lord of the Rings). When Vic (Bacon) leads four boys on a challenging outing in the Sierras, he is determined to teach his charges courage, camaraderie and survival. But his relentless, demanding routine pushes them to their physical and emotional limits, and the four boys discover they are as unprepared for the rigors of roughing it as they are for Vic's unpredictable, volatile nature. Most affected is the soft-spoken, intellectual Alan (Astin), who soon finds himself fighting for his life as he learns that it's one thing to survive the wild, but quite another to survive one's guide. Set against the breathtaking backdrop of the rugged outdoors, the conflict of man against nature becomesa conflict of man against man in this unforgettable rite of passage film ... 107  16mm DVD 
WHO AM I?Sony/ Columbia/ TriStarAction PG 103 35mm 16mm VHS  
WHO KILLED NANCY? (2008, U.S.A.)Madman12th October 1978. Room 100, the Chelsea Hotel - a faded 19th century faade masking, a clientele of junkies. The floor of the tiny en-suite bathroom is covered in blood. And, slumped between the toilet and the sink is the body of a woman, peroxide blonde in black bra and panties. She is Nancy Spungen, a twenty year old, heroin addicted, former stripper, prostitute and groupie. She also has the accolade of being Sid Vicious' girlfriend, to add to her crimes!
 
MA 92  DVD 
WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CARSony/ Columbia/ TriStarIn 1996, electric cars began to appear on roads all over California. They were quiet and fast, produced no exhaust and ran without gasoline. Ten years later, these cars were destroyed. Running solely on electricity, General Motors' fleet of EV-1 electric vehicles were so efficient, they were on the brink of altering the future of driving in America- perhaps even the world. Those lucky enough to drive one gave it glowing reviews. So why were they all destroyed? Narrated by Martin Sheen and featuring on screen contributions by ED BEGLEY, JR., RALPH NADER and ALEXANDRA PAUL, WHO KILLED THE ELECTRIC CAR? is a murder mystery that unravels the puzzling demise of a vehicle that could have saved the environment ... and ended America's dangerous addiction to foreign oil. PG 89 35mm VHS DVD 
WHO WAS THAT LADY? (1960)Sony/ Columbia/ TriStarIn this rambunctious comedy, David Wilson (Tony Curtis, Some Like It Hot) is an assistant professor caught by his wife, Ann (Janet Leigh, Psycho), in a misunderstanding when a grateful student kisses David as Ann walks into the room. Ann is about to leave David, so David asks his friend, Michael (Dean Martin, Rio Bravo), to help him get her back. Michael comes up with a story that David is an FBI agent and that the girl is a Russian spy. However, their con reaches the point where an actual FBI agent (James Whitmore, The Shawshank Redemption) starts following them, leading to a series of adventures where the lies get bigger and the laughs get larger. Newly remastered.

SCREENPLAY
Norman Krasna
PRODUCER
Norman Krasna
DIRECTOR
George Sidney
ACTOR
Tony Curtis, Janet Leigh, Dean Martin, Barbara Nichols, James Whitmore 
PG 115  16mm DVD 
WHO'S HARRY CRUMB? (1989)Sony/ Columbia/ TriStarJohn Candy is bigger, better and more bumbling than ever as the hilarious Harry Crumb - a big-hearted, soft-headed private eye and mix-up master of disuise. When Harry, the last of the great sleuthing Crumbs - and the last person in the firm to ever get an assignment - finally gets a shot at a frontpage kidnapping, it's only because his beady-eyed boss, Eliot Draisen (Jeffrey Jones), doesn't want the case solved. At stake is the gorgeous daughter of multi-millionaire P.J. Downing, a $10 million ransom, and Eliot's hot-to-trot mistress (Annie Potts). Attired in a bizarre array of goofball disguises, from a Hungarian hairdresser to a hefty housewife, Harry is bound, gagged and determined to crack the case and prove that when it comes to crime, he's one Crumb that won't be swept under the carpet.

SCREENPLAY
Robert Conte, Peter Martin Wortmann
PRODUCER
Arnon Milchan, George W. Perkins
DIRECTOR
Paul Flaherty
ACTOR
John Candy, Jeffrey Jones, Annie Potts 
87  16mm DVD 
WHO'S MINDING THE MINT? (1967)Sony/ Columbia/ TriStarWhen United States Mint employee Harry Lucas (Jim Hutton, Major Dundee, Walk Don't Run) inadvertently destroys $50,000, he enlists the aid of retired printer Pop Gillis (Walter Brennan, To Have and Have Not, Rio Bravo) and expert safecracker Avery Dugan (Jack Gilford, Catch-22) to steal the engraving plates. Deafened by his work in prison, Dugan gets a hearing aid from pawnbroker Luther Burton (Milton Berle) who, learning of the plot, cuts himself in. As the scheme's "manager," Luther then brings in Ralph (Joey Bishop, Ocean's 11), who works in the sewer and can help them reach the Mint; the Captain, an operator of kiddie playground "boats" that can navigate the sewers; and Willie (Bob Denver, TV's "Gilligan's Island"), an ice cream vendor to be used as a decoy for attractive busybody Verna (Dorothy Provine, It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World).

SCREENPLAY
Ray S. Allen, Harvey Bullock
PRODUCER
Norman Maurer
DIRECTOR
Howard Morris
ACTOR
Walter Brennan, Jamie Farr, Jim Hut 
97   16mm  
WHOLE TOWNS TALKING-THESony/ Columbia/ TriStarEdward G. Robinson plays the dual role of mild-mannered hardware company clerk Arthur Jones and his uncannily exact double, Killer Mannion, a ruthless gangster who's been dubbed Public Enemy Number One. As the result of a case of mistaken identity that leads to his arrest, Arthur is issued a "passport" that the police say will ensure that he's not mistaken for Mannion again. Upon learning that he has an exact double, the gangster forces Arthur into hiding and steals the document to use as a cover for his crimes. But when Mannion kidnaps his girlfriend (Jean Arthur), the normally-timid Arthur must find the courage he needs to save her.

CAST
Edward G. Robinson
Arthur Ferguson Jones
Jean Arthur
Miss Clark
Arthur Hohl
Detective Sergeant Boyle

James Donlan
Detective Sergeant Howe
Arthur Byron
Spencer
Wallace Ford
Healy

DIRECTOR
John Ford 
not rated 95  16mm DVD 

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