Love and betrayal are central themes in Anton Chekhov’s play The Bear. In this film adaptation, art and life intersect as the play is performed before an audience of unsuspecting commuters on an in-service NYC bus.
A trio of young men leave a piano by the beach while chasing love interests. Several beach-goers have a go at playing creating an impromptu concert.
Comedy short based on the book by Charles Sale about the exploits of a country carpenter who specialises in building privies.
A down on his luck gambler ends up in jail in a small Texan town where he meets and falls in love with Emily. They make plans to go to San Francisco but may not get the opportunity.
The paths of two orphan brothers drastically change over the years, beginning when they were just boys living on the streets of Mexico City.
Rita informs Leon that, as a lark, he stole a valuable necklace at a dinner party the night before and she will return it, but Leon remembers nothing about it. Just then, as Leon is taking the necklace out of his pocket, Mrs. Errol arrives with Barbara, her cousin and Barbara’s fiancee. Mrs. Errol decides to give the necklace to Barbara as a wedding present. Leon tells Rita he will retrieve the necklace and return it to her that night. That Leon ends up getting chased by a guard dog and accused by Dorothy of philandering and Rita is a crook is a foregone conclusion.
After housewife Eve Peregrine writes a sudden hit novel, her husband George, a successful fashion photographer, finds it difficult to deal with the attention being showered on her. His difficulty in getting through the book increases when he begins to suspect that the steamy affair in its plot is drawn from her real life.
A young tomboy and her prim grandmother quickly forget the disappointment of their first meeting and become friends.