Notes on Movies for Which a Learning Guide has Not
Been Written -- Titles Starting with the Letter "C"


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Cabaret    (1972) MPAA Rating: PG; Director: Bob Fosse.    This film is ranked #5 on the American Film Institute's List of the Greatest Movie Musicals of All Time (2006). This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

Caddyshack    (1980) MPAA Rating: R; Director: Harold Ramis.    This film is ranked #71 on the American Film Institute's List of the 100 Funniest American Movies of All Time (2006).

The Caine Mutiny    (1954) No MPAA Rating; Director: Edward Dmytryk.    See the section on this movie in Reel Justice.

Cal    (1984) MPAA Rating: R; Director: Pat O'Connor.    See the section on this movie in History Goes to the Movies.

Call Me Anna    (1990) No MPAA Rating; Director: Gilbert Cates.    See the section on this movie in The Motion Picture Prescription.

The Cameraman    (1928) No MPAA Rating; Director: Edward Sedgwick.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

Camille    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

Cane Toads    (1988) No MPAA Rating; Director: Mark Lewis.    See the entry for this film in Reading in the Reel World: Teaching Documentaries and Other Nonfiction Texts by John Golden, National Council of Teachers of English, 2006. (JAF & DEF)

Captains Courageous    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

The Captive Heart    (1946) No MPAA Rating; Director: Basil Dearden.    See the section on this movie in History Goes to the Movies.

The Car Man    (2001) No MPAA Rating but if it had been submitted it probably would have been given an R or perhaps and X rating for gross and disgusting scenes of explicit sexuality; Director: Mathew Bourne and Ross MacGibbon.    This is a modern dance variation of "Carmen", set to variations on Bizet's score for the opera. Some of the dancing is good but the film displays overtly sexual conduct, including male homosexual conduct, and gratuitous violence. One gets the feeling that the choreographer (Bourne) and the directors (Bourne and MacGibbon) were trying to make homosexuality acceptable to a mass audience by combining it with blood and gore. Had they just let the dancing stand for itself the movie would have been interesting. It pales alongside Bourne's brilliant re-imagining of Swan Lake with male swans and a dysfunctional royal family. [NR] (JAF & DEF)

Carmen    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

Carmen Jones    (1954) No MPAA Rating; Director: Otto Preminger.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film. This is a now dated attempt to modernize the opera. It failed. A better alternative is the opera "Carmen" itself. [ITO] (JAF & DEF)

Carnal Knowledge    (1971) MPAA Rating: R; Director: Mike Nichols.    See the section on this movie in The Motion Picture Prescription.

Cars    A Talking and Playing for Growth Guide has been prepared for this movie.

Casablanca    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

Theodore Case Sound Test: Gus Visser and His Singing Duck    (1925) No MPAA Rating; Director: Theodore Case.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

Mary Cassatt: American Impressionist    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

Cast Away    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

Cast Away -- Set-Up-the-Sub    A Set-Up-the-Sub Lesson Plan has been prepared for this movie to keep your English Language Arts classes learning while you are absent.

Castro Street    (1966) No MPAA Rating; Director: Bruce Baillie.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

Casualties of War    (1989) MPAA Rating: R; Director: Brian DePalma.    See the section on this movie in History Goes to the Movies.

Cat Ballou    (1965) No MPAA Rating; Director: Elliot Silverstein.    This film is ranked #50 on the American Film Institute's List of the 100 Funniest American Movies of All Time (2006).

Cat People    (1942) MPAA Rating: Approved; Director: Jacques Tourneur.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

Catch 22    (1970) MPAA Rating: R; Director: Mike Nichols.     This film is adapted from the classic novel by Joseph Heller. The book is a profound exploration of the absurd ironies of modern life. The setting is the U.S. Army in the Second World War. The film contains adult themes, some nudity, swearing and violence. For films on the U.S. experience in the Second World War, see the United States History and Culture section of the Subject Matter Index. We should probably reevaluate the book and the movie. [LI]

Catherine the Great   (1996 – made for TV); not rated; Directors: Marvin J. Chomsky, John Goldsmith We have not fully researched the film, but it does seem to get many things right. (JAF, 2012) (LI)

Celsius 41.11    (2004) MPAA Rating: R for brief language and violent images; Director: Kevin Knoblock.    See the entry for this film in Reading in the Reel World: Teaching Documentaries and Other Nonfiction Texts by John Golden, National Council of Teachers of English, 2006. (JAF & DEF)

Chain Reaction    (1996) MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some intense action/violence; Director: Andrew Davis.    Suggested by a TWM User.

Chalk    (2006) MPAA Rating: PG-13 for some language; Director: Mike Akel.    This is a movie for teachers. Kids wouldn't appreciate it. It didn't strike us as a successful effort even for teachers. [NR] (JAF & DEF, 2007)

Chan Is Missing    (1982) No MPAA Rating; Director: Wayne Wang.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

Chantilly Lace    (1993) MPAA Rating: R for strong language and a scene of sexuality; Director: Linda Yellen.    See the section on this movie in The Motion Picture Prescription.

Chaplin    (1992) MPAA Rating: PG-13 for nudity and language; Director: Richard Attenborough.    See the section on this movie in Reel v. Real: How Hollywood Turns Fact Into Fiction.

The Charge of the Light Brigade    (1936) No MPAA Rating; Director: Michael Curtiz.    Some historians contend that this film is not historically accurate. See the section on this movie in History Goes to the Movies and in Past Imperfect. For films about the British Empire, see the Subject Matter Index, World History and Other Cultures, section on England. [NR]

The Charge of the Light Brigade    (1968) No MPAA Rating; Director: Tony Richardson.    See the section on this movie in History Goes to the Movies.

Chariots Of Fire    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory    (2005) MPAA Rating: PG; Director: Tim Burton.    This movie attempts to tell a tale with positive messages about family and home and being a good guy, but the kids who do not win the final prize end up getting badly hurt and their parents can't help them. Willy Wonka seems quite mentally ill. We think this film might scare kids. [NR] (JAF 2006)

Charlotte's Web    A Learning Guide and a Talking and Playing for Growth Guide have been prepared for this movie.

Charly    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

The Cheat    (1915) No MPAA Rating; Directors: Hector Turnbull and Jeanie Macpherson.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

The Chechahcos    (1924) No MPAA Rating; Director: Lewis H. Moomaw.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

Cheyenne Autumn    (1964) No MPAA Rating; Director: John Ford.    See the section on this movie in History Goes to the Movies.

Chicago    (2002) MPAA Rating: PG-13 for sexual content and dialogue, violence and thematic elements; Director: Rob Marshall.    This film is ranked #12 on the American Film Institute's List of the Greatest Movie Musicals of All Time (2006).

Children of Heaven    (1997) MPAA Rating: PG for some mild language; Director: Majid Majidi.    Suggested by a TWM User.

Children of a Lesser God    (1986) MPAA Rating: R; Director: Randa Haines.     A great film but it contains adult themes concerning sexuality. See the Disabilities Section of the Social-Emotional Learning Index. [PD]

A Child's Cry For Help    (1994) No MPAA Rating; Director: Sandor Stern.    See the section on this movie in The Motion Picture Prescription.

The China Syndrome    (1979) MPAA Rating: PG; Director: James Bridges.    Suggested by a TWM User. [LI]

Chinatown    (1974) MPAA Rating: R; Director: Roman Polanski.    This film is ranked #19 on the American Film Institute's List of the 100 Greatest American Movies of All Time (2006). This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

The Chorus ("Les Choristes")    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

A Christmas Carol    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

A Christmas Story    (1983) MPAA Rating: PG; Director: Bob Clark.     A teacher who is an expert at using film in the classroom has developed a way to use scenes from this movie for certain activities. See Reading in the Dark, by John Golden, 2001, National Council of Teachers of English. We have not reviewed this movie.

Christopher Columbus    (1949) No MPAA Rating; Director: David MacDonald.    See the section on this movie in Reel v. Real: How Hollywood Turns Fact Into Fiction.

Christopher Columbus    (1985) No MPAA Rating; Director: Alberto Lattuada.    See the sections on this movie in Reel v. Real: How Hollywood Turns Fact Into Fiction and History Goes to the Movies.

Christopher Columbus: The Discovery    (1992) MPAA Rating: PG-13; Director: John Glen.    Some historians contend that this film is not historically accurate. See the sections on this movie in Reel v. Real: How Hollywood Turns Fact Into Fiction and Past Imperfect. [NR]

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe    (2005) MPAA Rating: PG for battle sequences and frightening moments; Director: Andrew Adamson.    Suggested by: Tina Aslinger, Teacher; Cattanooga, TN and several others. [LI]

Chulas Fronteras    (1976) No MPAA Rating; Director: Les Blank.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

The Cider House Rules     (1999) MPAA Rating: PG-13; Director: Lasse Hallström     This is an excellent film adaptation of the novel by John Irving with many positive messages. The only reason that we haven't prepared a guide for this film is lack of time and other priorities. If any teacher has used this film and has some ideas about how to use it in class, we'd be glad to hear them. [LI] (JAF)

Citizen Kane    (1941) No MPAA Rating; Director: Orson Welles.    Suggested by several people. This film is ranked #1 on the American Film Institute's List of the 100 Greatest American Movies of All Time (2006). This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film. See the sections on this movie in Reel v. Real: How Hollywood Turns Fact Into Fiction and in History Goes to the Movies. A teacher who is an expert at using film in the classroom has developed a way to use scenes from this movie for certain activities. See Reading in the Dark, by John Golden, 2001, National Council of Teachers of English. [LI]

The City    (1939) No MPAA Rating; Directors: Ralph Steiner and Willard Van Dyke.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

City of Joy    (1992) MPAA Rating: PG-13 for scenes of brief strong violence; Director: Roland Joffe.    We found this film to contain gratuitous violence and could not think of a way to make it into a tool for learning.   However, a high school teacher wrote to us, saying that he found the film useful in his classes and suggested the following topics:   "Describe the working relations of rickshaw drivers in Calcutta.   Find news articles printed in the summer of 1999 that discuss labor problems experienced by these drivers.   How prevalent is leprosy in the world today?   Treatments?   To what extent do 'do-gooders' like Joan Bethel really improve life in impoverished nations?   What did Mother Theresa really achieve?   Why do many Americans feel they must go to India to 'find themselves'?   How do droughts affect struggling nations?" These, he told us, are just a few examples of possible ways to go with this movie. Another person wrote to us about this film and said, "The movie gives a sense of the lives of untouchables in India through the experiences of the people afflicted with leprosy. Hasari, being Hindu, has a dharma he must fulfill. The story is of his devotion to his family and his duty to provide his daughter with a dowry so she can marry up in a higher sub caste. The story can also be used to compare western materialism and the economy of Calcutta. Dr. Lowe was able to find happiness, as well as the Pal family, without the materialism and popular culture of western society." Lisa Dupuis. Obviously, we need to re-evaluate this film. [LI]

City Lights    (1931) No MPAA Rating; Director: Charles Chaplin.    This film is ranked #76 on the American Film Institute's List of the 100 Greatest American Movies of All Time (2006). It is ranked #38 on the American Film Institute's List of the 100 Funniest American Movies of All Time (2006). This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

City Slickers    (1991) MPAA Rating: PG-13; Director: Ron Underwood.    This film is ranked #86 on the American Film Institute's List of the 100 Funniest American Movies of All Time (2006).

A Civil Action    (1998) MPAA Rating: Rated PG-13 for some strong language; Director: Steven Zaillian.     This film tells the story of the W.R. Grace Company's shameful attempts to avoid liability for poisoning the water in a small town in Massachusetts. However, the lawyers shown in this film break almost every rule governing the conduct of attorneys and their actions are either condoned by the film or not punished. Most lawyers do not act this way. See the section on this movie in Reel v. Real: How Hollywood Turns Fact Into Fiction. [NR] (JAF)

The Civil War    This is the PBS documentary by Ken Burns. A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

Civilization    (1916) No MPAA Rating; Directors: Reginald Barker and Thomas H. Ince.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

The Clash of the Titans    (1981) MPAA Rating: PG; Director: Desmond Davis.    Suggested by a TWM User.

Clash of the Wolves    (1925) MPAA Rating: Passed; Director: Noel M. Smith.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

  • The Class    (2008) MPAA Rating: PG-13 for language; Director: Laurent Cantet     This film shows that immigrant kids in France are similar to our kids and shows a lot of mistakes by a teacher. [NR] ( 2009 JAF, DEF & MR)


  • Class Action    (1991) MPAA Rating: R; Director: Michael Apted.    The plot hinges on unethical conduct by just about every lawyer involved. This would make a good test for a law school class in ethics of what lawyers should not do. See the section on this movie in Reel Justice. For films that we recommend relating to the U.S. legal system, see the Subject Matter Index under United States/The Law. [NR]

    Clean and Sober    (1988) MPAA Rating: R; Director: Glen Gordon Caron.    See the section on this movie in The Motion Picture Prescription.

    Cleopatra    (1934) No MPAA Rating; Director: Cecil B. DeMille.    See the section on this movie in History Goes to the Movies.

    Cliffhanger    (1993) MPAA Rating: R for violence and language; Director: Renny Harlin, Screenplay By: Sylvester Stallone.    Mr. Stallone reportedly received $500,000 from a tobacco company in return for his agreement to use tobacco products during five of his movies. We find this conduct to be reprehensible. Before showing any Stallone film to children, disclose Mr. Stallone's shameful conduct and warn them about smoking in the movie.

    A Clockwork Orange    (1971) MPAA Rating: R; Director: Stanley Kubrick.    This film is ranked #46 on the American Film Institute's List of the 100 Greatest American Movies of All Time (2006).

    Close Encounters of the Third Kind    (1977) MPAA Rating: PG for some intense sci-fi action, mild language and thematic elements; Director: Steven Spielberg.    This film is ranked #64 on the American Film Institute's List of the 100 Greatest American Movies of All Time (2006). This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

    Close to Eden (also known as "Urga")    (1992) MPAA Rating: PG for language and thematic elements; Director: Nikita Mikalkov.     This is a truly delightful film which we enjoyed tremendously and which we recommend heartily. However, it is obscure and the long lingering shots of the beautiful Mongolian landscape make it very slow moving. While it has a PG rating, we feel that this film requires an adult's maturity to appreciate it. [NA] (JAF & DEF)

    Closely Watched Trains    (1966) No MPAA Rating; Director: Jiri Menzel.     This is an interesting film about the Czech resistance to the Nazis during WW II and the sexual awakening of a young boy. It contains adult sexual themes. We felt it is too obscure to engage a young audience. For films about the Pacific Theater in WW II, see the Subject Matter Index, World History and Other Cultures, section on WW II, "The War in the Pacific." [NA] (JAF & DEF)

    The Closer    (1990) MPAA Rating: R for language; Director: Dmitri Logothetis.    See the section on this movie in The Motion Picture Prescription.

    The Closet    (2001) MPAA Rating: R for a scene of sexuality; Director: Francis Veber.    This is a very funny movie. It is in French with English subtitles. It details the adventures of a milk toast accountant who becomes someone to take notice of only when he claims to be homosexual to prevent his company from firing him. This movie has excellent messages about acceptance of gays and is a warm and loving film. We tried it out with a mostly 9th grade class in Los Angeles who enjoyed the movie but told us that it really didn't teach them anything. Acceptance of a gay lifestyle is not an issue for coastal California kids. The movie uses every pejorative term for gay people and several other profanities. The scene which earned the film its R rating is hilarious, short, and intense. [LI - for kids who need the lesson of the film. Otherwise, it is PD] (JAF & DEF, 2007)

    Closet Land    (1991) MPAA Rating: R for psychological torture; Director: Radha Bharadwaj.    See the section on this movie in The Motion Picture Prescription.

    Cobra    (1986) MPAA Rating: R; Director: George P. Cosmatos, Screenplay by: Sylvester Stallone.    Mr. Stallone reportedly received $500,000 from a tobacco company in return for his agreement to use tobacco products during five of his movies. We find this conduct to be reprehensible. Before showing any Stallone film to children, disclose Mr. Stallone's shameful conduct and warn them about smoking. [NR]

    Cold Comfort Farm    (1995) MPAA Rating: PG for brief sensuality and language; Director: John Schlesinger.    We could not see any content in this film that would qualify it as a vehicle for teaching. [ITO] (JAF)

    Cologne: From the Diary of Ray and Esther    (1939) No MPAA Rating; Director: Esther Dowidat and Raymond Dowidat.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

    The Color Purple        A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

    The Comedy of Errors    (1983) No MPAA Rating; Director: James Cellan Jones.    This film is not accessible for children. Try one of the following wonderfully accessible Shakespearean Comedies: "Twelfth Night: or As You Like It" and "Much Ado About Nothing". [NA] (JAF)

    Come Fill The Cup    (1951) No MPAA Rating; Director: Gordon Douglass.    See the section on this movie in The Motion Picture Prescription.

    Commandment Kepper Church, Beaufort, South Carolina, May 1940    (1940) No MPAA Rating; Onsite Project Director: Zora Neale Hurston.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

    The Commitments    (1991) MPAA Rating: R; Director: Alan Parker.     This film is about a group of working class kids in North Dublin, Ireland, who make themselves, for a time, into a charismatic Motown style band. We found the profanity and vulgarity in this film to be numbingly repetitive. There is also some violence and some sex in the film. [NR] (JAF)

    Compulsion    (1959) No MPAA Rating; Director: Richard Fleischer.    See the section on this movie in Reel Justice.

    Conagher    (1991) MPAA Rating: PG; Director: Reynaldo Villalobos.    See the section on this movie in History Goes to the Movies.

    Confederate States of America    (2004) No MPAA Rating; Director: Kevin Wilmott.    This is a mildly interesting fantasy about what would have happened if Judah P. Benjamin (the Confederate Secretary of State) had been able to get France and Britain to intervene on the side of the South. In the movie the South wins the Civil War and occupies the North. It might be a good film to show kids who are interested in the Civil War. The fake commercials are the best part of the film. [LI] (JAF & DEF 2006)

    Congo    (1995) MPAA Rating: PG-13 for jungle adventure terror and action and brief strong language; Director: Frank Marshall.    Suggested by a TWM User.

    Conquest    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

    Conrack    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

    The Constant Gardener    (2005) MPAA: Rated R for language, some violent images and sexual content/nudity; Director: Fernando Meirelles.     This is an excellent film with a plot involving big drug company skullduggery in Africa. It is based on a novel by John Le Carre. We would carefully consider preparing a Guide for this movie if we knew of real incidents that the plot was based on. [LI] (JAF)

    Contact    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

    Control Room    (2004) No MPAA Rating; Director: Jehane Noujaim.    This is about Al Jazeera and its reporting on the beginning of the Second Gulf war. The people at Al Jazeera are clearly anti-U.S. and in despair at the quick collapse of the Iraqi defense. The movie also shows the lack of realism by the Arab journalists at Al Jazeera. [LI] (JAF)

    The Conversation    (1974) MPAA Rating: PG; Director: Francis Ford Coppola.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film. A teacher who is an expert at using film in the classroom has developed a way to use scenes from this movie for certain activities. See Reading in the Dark, by John Golden, 2001, National Council of Teachers of English. We have not reviewed this movie.

    Cool Hand Luke    (1967) MPAA Rating: GP; Director: Stuart Rosenberg.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

    Cool Runnings    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

    The Cool World    (1964) No MPAA Rating; Director: Shirley Clarke.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

    Cops    (1922) No MPAA Rating; Directors: Edward F. Cline and Buster Keaton.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

    Coppelia    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

    A Corner in Wheat    (1909) No MPAA Rating; Director: D.W. Griffith.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

    Cosmos    (1980) No MPAA Rating; Director: Adrian Malone, Carl Sagan.    Suggested by a TWM User.

    The Counterfeiters     (2007) MPAA Rating: R for some strong violence, brief sexuality/nudity and language; Director: Stefan Ruzowitzky.     This film is about camp inmates who were used by Germans to counterfeit money in the Second World War. There are many other movies about the Holocaust which are better. [NR] (DEF, 2008)

    Courage Under Fire    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

    The Court Jester    (1956) No MPAA Rating; Directors: Melvin Frank, Norman Panama.    This film is ranked #98 on the American Film Institute's List of the 100 Funniest American Movies of All Time (2006). This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

    The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell    (1955) No MPAA Rating. Director: Otto Preminger.     This movie tells the story of Billy Mitchell the Army Air Corps officer who predicted that the next war after the First World War would be fought from the air and that the Japanese would attack Pearl Harbor. For his efforts to get the U.S. Army to prepare for an air war, he was court-martialed. We hope to prepare a Learning Guide for this movie. See the section on this movie in History Goes to the Movies; and in Reel Justice. [LI] (JAF)

    Cries From The Heart    (1994) MPAA Rating: G; Director: Michael Switzer.    See the section on this movie in The Motion Picture Prescription.

    Crimes of the Heart    (1986) MPAA Rating: PG-13; Director: Bruce Beresford.    See the section on this movie in The Motion Picture Prescription.

    Crisis in the Kremlin    (1992) MPAA Rating: R for violence; Director: Jonathan Winfrey.    See the section on this movie in History Goes to the Movies.

    Crocodile Dundee    (1986) MPAA Rating: PG-13; Director: Peter Faiman.    Suggested by a TWM User. [LI]

    Crooklyn    (1994) MPAA Rating: PG-13 for drug content; Director: Spike Lee    A teacher who is an expert at using film in the classroom has developed a way to use scenes from this movie for certain activities. See Reading in the Dark, by John Golden, 2001, National Council of Teachers of English. We have not reviewed this movie.

    Cross Creek    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

    Crossed Swords    (1978) MPAA Rating: PG; Director: Richard Fleischer.    See the section on this movie in Reel v. Real: How Hollywood Turns Fact Into Fiction.

    The Crossing    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

    Cross of Iron    (1977) MPAA Rating: R; Director: Sam Peckinpah.    See the section on this movie in History Goes to the Movies.

    The Crowd    (1928) No MPAA Rating; Director: King Vidor.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

    The Crucible    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

    Cruel Romance    (1984) No MPAA Rating; Director: Eldar Ryazanov.     Recommended by Asia, a teacher from Russia. [LI]

    The Crusades    (1935) No MPAA Rating; Director: Cecil B. DeMille.    See the section on this movie in History Goes to the Movies.

    Cry for Help: The Tracey Thurman Story    (1989) No MPAA Rating; Director: Robert Markowitz.    See the section on this movie in The Motion Picture Prescription.

    A Cry in the Dark    (1988) MPAA Rating: PG-13; Director: Fred Schepisi.    See the section on this movie in Reel Justice.

    A Cry in the Wild    (1990) MPAA Rating: PG; Director: Mark Griffiths.    Suggested by a TWM User.

    Cry The Beloved Country    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

    The Curse of Quon Gwon    (1916) No MPAA Rating; Director: Unlisted    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.

    Custer of the West    (1968) MPAA Rating: G; Director: Robert Siodmak.    See the section on this movie in History Goes to the Movies.

    Cyrano de Bergerac    A Learning Guide has been prepared for this movie.

    Czechoslovakia 1968    (1969) No MPAA Rating; Directors: Robert M. Fresco and Denis Sanders.    This film is listed in the National Film Registry of the U.S. Library of Congress as a "culturally, historically or aesthetically significant" film.



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