Flames (1926 film)
Flames is a 1926 American drama film directed by Lewis H. Moomaw and featuring Boris Karloff. One reel of the feature survives at the Library of Congress.
Flames (TV series)
Flames stylized as F.L.A.M.E.S. is a youth-oriented Filipino drama anthology series produced and aired by ABS-CBN. The series was broadcast from November 11, 1996 to March 8, 2002 every weekday afternoons.
Flames (1917 film)
Flames is a 1917 British silent drama film directed by Maurice Elvey and starring Margaret Bannerman, Owen Nares and Edward O'Neill. It is based on a novel by Robert Hichens. It follows the experiments of a strange occultist.
Usage examples of "flames".
It was an arc of flames, which rode just above the bone of her hip and emerged from either side of her low-riding pants.
She pushed the low-riding jeans his grand mother had bought for her down farther so he could see the arc of flames along her hipbone.
He paid particular attention to her tattoo, licking along the flames, kissing her scar, driving her crazy.
A second kick took it all the way out, but flames licked along the floor from the wood splintering.
Without hesitation, Gator rushed the ring of fire, leaping over the flames on the floor and through to the outside.
The wind generated by his body made the flames flare as he leapt over them.
He heard nothing but the crackling of the flames and the night breeze hissing through the pines.
He sighed, gave the dying flames of the burning village a final glance, then snuggled down more closely against the tree and fell asleep.
The flames of the primary ignition trigger fire and explosions in neighbouring cracker units.
Dimly, he is aware of screams and sees a wall of crimson flames roaring overhead outside.
A rumbling vibration fills the bridge and the flames outside are blotted out behind a hissing wall of spray.
While automatic sprays deluge the inner ditch with fire retardant foam to seal off the air and extinguish the flames, underground pumps drain the remaining contents of the damaged tank.
Both skippers are keeping an anxious watch to port where an ominous red glare indicates that flames are massing.
In advance of the main mass of flames, an incandescent cloud of fiery particles envelops the waterfront in droplets of blazing gasoline.
Burning fuel spreads in among the pallets of laminates and the flames leap from stack to stack until the heat is so intense that it melts the steel security fence around the compound.