A cat & dog couple loves baking and loves eachother.
Featuring Jean Beliveau, this short film focuses on hockey from the inside out. Known as Canada's national pastime, this film demonstrates why hockey is such an exciting spectator sport. From east to west, the connection between fans and players is evident in the excited cries of "we've won!" From Pee-Wee to Bantam, from the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association to the big league pros, Here's Hockey! shows what it takes to make a great hockey player.
Heavyweight champion Joe Palooka (Robert Norton) and his manager/trainer Knobby Walsh (Shemp Howard), are eating a poor farmer out of house and holdings while Joe prepares for a championship bout at Madison Square Garden. The farmer sends the local sheriff to collect from Knobby.
The first entry in Gene Deitch's Nudnik series of shorts.
Bill Engvall has sold more than two million comedy albums, including the certified-platinum Here's Your Sign. Scene Selections from the DVD: Intro 21 Years of Marriage Momma's Fixin' to Lose Her Mind Kids Grow Up Fast Father and Son Moments Getting Old Vicodinland Animal Planet Here's Your Sign End Credits
Like "an American Moses," Brigham Young led the Mormon faithful on a pioneer trek into the western wilderness, seeking safety and freedom of religion. In 1976, James Arrington (Farley Family Reunion), wrote and starred in his entertaining one-man play Here's Brother Brigham, which successfully played to rave reviews for 40 years. This DVD documents Arrington's historic final performances, captured professionally on video for the first time ever! Your entire family will love this heartwarming, fun, and inspiring production.
International singing sensation Nino Martini made his American film debut in the Jesse L. Lasky production HERE'S TO ROMANCE. His career bankrolled by the beneficent opera diva Mme. Schumann-Heink (playing herself), singer Nino Donelli (Martini) hits the big time, and as a bonus falls in love with his leading lady Lydia Lubov (Anita Louise). For a while, however, their romance is nearly loused up by wealthy, self-centered art patrons Kathleen and Emery Gerard (Genevieve Tobin and Reginald Denny). Also complicating matters is amorous ballerina Rosa (Maria Gambarelli), but she leaves the scene after turning down both Nino and Emery.
An Army officer arrives at a woman's home to announce that the Army's new algorithms predict that her son-who just enlisted yesterday-will die in battle. Naturally, she's upset, but when she learns that her son will become a hero in the process, she quickly adjusts to the situation.
After graduating college an aspiring photographer lands his first job--with a big city newspaper.
A down-on-his-luck football kicker decides to give up his dreams of making it in the NFL and move to Texas with his fiance. The only things standing in their way are 1000 miles of road and every single person that they care about.
On a late-summer Sunday in 2011, a female director gathers a team of filmmakers, writers, musicians, artists, critics, and friends in an apartment to recreate a scene from Michael Curtiz's Depression-era drama The Cabin in the Cotton. Over plates of pasta and glasses of red wine, a round robin of non-professional actors take turns performing the same scene, again and again, In different permutations. With a freedom Influenced by pre--Code Hollywood, cameras, phones, and laptops are scattered around & set at almost every possible angle, documenting the action both in front of and behind the camera as it unfolds, from rehearsals to equipment adjustments to the banter between takes. An intimate. playful, and spontaneous look Into the collaborative cinematic process emerges. a snapshot of the filmmaker's perennial struggle to capture fleeting moments before the day (and light) slip away.
Documentary about a boy who was severely burned at age 7.
Ever fed a talking giraffe? Been sniffed by a chatting llama? Waddled alongside a pushy penguin? Animals from around the world get up-close and personal as never before in this hilarious one-of-a-kind DVD.
A Terrytoons cartoon released 10 June 1938.
Why is Sherlock so bad? Harris Bomberguy is on the case!
Timm is very opinionated when it comes to video games, but there is one game that can't be forgiven.
A hilarious performer, Adam has been seen on IFC’s “The Birthday Boys,” HBO’s “Got No Game,” and TBS’s “Lopez Tonight.” His stand up has been featured on Nickelodeon’s “NickMom,” Hulu’s “West Coast Funnies” “Tell Your Friends: The Concert Film,” “The CoExist Comedy Tour” documentary, “ComedyTime,” as well as heard worldwide on Sirius|XM Radio.
A documentary about a band that had a hit in the mid 90's and then seemingly disappeared... only to rise again as an independent band in a new era of music.
This documentary provides a behind the scenes glimpse into the history of the Warner Bros. Studios. It begins with a look at the silent movies and ends with the action-packed movies of today. Features movie clips and a look at historic musicals and westerns. Several actors and actresses that helped to build the studio are presented, including rare interviews with John Wayne, Robert Redford, Bette Davis, and Natalie Wood.
Here's Lucy is Lucille Ball's third network television sitcom. It ran on CBS from 1968 to 1974.
Here's Boomer is an American adventure/drama series produced by Paramount that premiered on the NBC network on March 14, 1980. A television movie called A Christmas for Boomer aired on December 6, 1979 and served as the pilot. The show follows the adventures of the titular stray dog, "Boomer" and ran for two seasons, ending its run in August 1982, with the final original episode, "Flatfoots," airing on July 3 of that year.
Here's Hollywood is an American celebrity interview program which aired on weekday afternoons on NBC at 4:30 Eastern time from September 26, 1960, to December 28, 1962.
Here's Irving is a 1957 color television pilot produced by Sid and Marty Krofft featuring a wide array of their marionettes. The pilot never aired on television, but it was released in 2003 as a special feature on the H.R. Pufnstuf DVD boxed set.
Here's Humphrey is an Australian children's television series first aired on Monday 24 May 1965 on the Nine Network. It featured a character known as Humphrey B. Bear. In the early days Humphrey was known as Bear Bear and was named Humphrey B. Bear as the result of an on-air competition. Here's Humphrey has become one of the most successful programs for pre-schoolers in Australia.
Here's Duffy was a Canadian variety television series which aired on CBC Television from 1958 to 1959.
Here's A Million was a gameshow that was aired from May 21 to August 20 2001 over the defunct SPH MediaWorks's English channel TV Works, the predecessor of Channel i. It was similar to the British gameshow Lose A Million. The host was Hamish Brown. The aim of the gameshow, is to "dispose" off as many of the five make-believe items totalling a value of $1 million that each of the three contestants is allocated at the start of the programme, and the contestant that has the least value worth of items at the end of the show wins the game and gets to play a bonus round where $1000 can be won. The value of the items shown is not revealed until a particular contestant picks it and "disposes" it. The game comprises three rounds and a bonus round.
Bill Engvall's "Here's Your Sign" Awards is a television program that aired on CMT. It is hosted by Bill Engvall.
Here's to You, Charlie Brown: 50 Great Years is a documentary television special featuring a tribute to Charles M. Schulz and his creation Peanuts. This was the final Peanuts project that Charles M. Schulz ever worked on before his death, and it was originally aired on the CBS Television Network in 2000 making it the last Peanuts special to air on CBS.