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Just a bunch of stills

I would be very happy if someone can name at least couple of these films, whose scenes appear on TV screens in these movie stills:

The New Age:

The Diary of a Teenage Girl:



Blue Velvet:

The Badabook:

The Badabook:

The Badabook:

The ‘Burbs:

Married to the Mob:

The Shinig:

Halloween: Resurrection -

Barry Munday:

Something Wild:


The Game:

The Family:


Youth of the Beast:

Youth of the Beast:

Highland Park:


Joy Ride:
asked Jul 13, 2016 in Name That Movie by B. M. S. (46 points)
edited Jul 23, 2016 by B. M. S.
Brazil: The guy in the black hat on the TV screen looks like Lee Van Cleef, and the movie is probably "The Good, the Bad and the Ugly" (

The Motel Life: Episode "Dark Star" of the series "Bonanza" (
Thank You, mate!!!!
Just a guess, The Burbs - looks a bit like James Mason?
Maybe... I don't know.