The story of Drew Peterson, who is charged with the death of his third wife after the mysterious disappearance of his fourth wife.
Dean Cain portrays Scott Peterson, the California man accused of murdering his 8 month pregnant wife, Laci. Based on a true story.
Peterson Park is an emotionally charged film that depicts how America would be if African-Americans were the oppressors. The film follows a group of individuals as their lives slowly change after the murder of, yet another, Caucasian teen by the hands of an African-American police officer.
A rare, intimate glimpse into the life and mind of Jordan Peterson, the academic and best-selling author who captured the world's attention with his criticisms of political correctness and his life-changing philosophy on discovering personal meaning.
This important new series, narrated by Sir Stirling Moss, recalls the real personalities of an amazing era, the men whose antics on and off the track made them heroes to millions and not always just to race fans. Created by Brunswick Films, which was behind the 1970-79 Grand Prix Collection, each DVD profiles a racing great, with action footage and period interviews from the Brunswick archive which reveal why these names still cause excitement today. They are not detailed life stories, but celebrations of the driving skills and colourful characters which defined a motor racing era. This DVD remembers Ronnie Peterson. Regarded as one of the best drivers never to have won the World Championship, Ronnie Peterson was the nearly man of Formula One. More naturally talented than Mario Andretti, an agreement he would always play second string to the American ensured he always played the supporting role. Archive film recalls an amazing career which came to a tragic and early end at Monza.
Featuring footage from professional surfer Lakey Peterson's early years through her victory at the 2012 U.S Open, this in-depth documentary charts her meteoric rise in the sport and offers a glimpse into her drive to win.
Amir Khan vs Lamont Peterson, billed as Capital Showdown, was a boxing match for Khan's WBA (Super) & IBF light welterweight titles. The fight took place in the Convention Center in Washington, D.C., United States, on 10 December 2011. Khan was making the first defense of his IBF belt against his mandatory challenger
This afternoon at 4 pm EST on NBC, Premier Boxing Champions' fourth card of the week goes live from Fairfax, Virginia, as former junior welterweight titleholder Lamont Peterson returns to action against 2008 Olympic gold medalist Felix Diaz Jr in a welterweight main event. Peterson (33-3-1, 17 KO) is coming off of a debated loss to Danny Garcia in April, while Diaz (17-0, 8 KO) fought on the undercard that night, beating Gabriel Bracero in a ten-round decision. Diaz, 31, has really not stood out as a pro after winning gold in Beijing for the Dominican Republic, but he's got talent and might be someone who just needs a fight to get up for, and this is easily his biggest shot to date. In the co-feature, we'll see two undefeated, tall welterweight prospects, as six-footers Prichard Colon (16-0, 13 KO) and Terrel Williams (14-0, 12 KO) meet in a 10-round bout, which replaces the canceled Andre Dirrell-Blake Caparello fight on the broadcast.
Oscar Peterson is accompanied by the stellar duo of bassist Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen for each concert performance. This is the classic Oscar Peterson Trio, considered by many to be the best Oscar Peterson Band ever. Oscar and the trio collaborate with trumpeters Clark Terry (Finland'65) and Roy Eldridge (Sweden'63) and re-create some of the excitement and fun of the Jazz at the Philharmonic (JATP) tours. Among the many highlights in this collection are the Oscar and vocalist-trumpeter Clark Terry collaboration on the ever-popular Mumbles ,and for the first time on commercial video, an Oscar Peterson Trio rendition of Tonight from his award-winning West Side Story album.
A Night In Vienna was recorded at Musikverein in Vienna, Austria on Friday, November 21st, 2003. The Gala Concert was part of the 175th anniversary celebrations for Bosendorfer. During the festive week which would climax with the concert, the President of Austria wished to bestow on Peterson in person the nation's highest award for the Arts & Sciences.
A debate between Jordan Peterson & Slavoj Žižek, said to be regarding happiness and whether Capitalism or Marxism is better at delivering it.
Oscar Peterson's drive to perfection was nurtured early by a determined father who exhorted his son to be "the best jazz pianist ever." That drive would take young Oscar from the dance halls of Montreal to the concert halls of the world.
The concert held at the ZDF JazzClub in Stuttgart in 1988 was played by Oscar Peterson together with the drummer Kenny Drew and the double bass player Dave Young. Their collaboration had begun in 1974. For Drew, who was British, it lasted until 2004, while the Canadian Young was a regular member of Peterson's trio for 25 years. Jazz classics, including a medley with five compositions from Duke Ellington's repertoire, form the core of the concert.
When 27-year-old expectant mother Laci Peterson vanishes on Christmas Eve, suspicion falls on her husband, Scott. Take a deep, intimate look into the gripping investigation and explosive trial that became a national spectacle.
Filmed for the BBC show "Jazz 625," this live concert showcases the remarkable technique of jazz pianist Oscar Peterson and his trio (including bassist Ray Brown and drummer Ed Thigpen), capturing the group at their peak. The nine-song set includes tunes such as "Yours Is My Heart Alone," Bill Evans's "Waltz for Debby" and "My One and Only Love." Features include bonus tracks from a 1957 broadcast of "The Nat 'King' Cole Show."
New details and new interviews look at the arrest and conviction of Scott Peterson in the murders of his wife, Laci Peterson, and their unborn son.
Lauded as the most influential thinker of the Western world, psychology professor Jordan Peterson has become a polarizing paradox. After sparking both outrage and support for his stand against Canadian human rights legislation in late 2016, Peterson quickly transformed into a famous public intellectual and internationally best-selling author. SHUT HIM DOWN offers an intimate look into the controversy that started over alternate gender pronouns and left us with two stories about Peterson: Is he a heroic cultural warrior who pushes boundaries and transforms people's lives for the better? Or is he a bigoted peddler of regressive ideas that cause harm?
A heinous crime unleashes a media firestorm trial that lands Scott Peterson on death row for the murder of his wife and unborn child. Ten years later it is clear that not everything in this case is what it seems, raising the question: was justice truly served? Using evidence and new information that was never presented to Peterson’s jury at the time, This film re-examines the facts of the case and the affect the intense media attention had on justice.
Vitaphone short in which Charles C. Peterson performs a number of challenging billiard trick shots.
Laci Peterson's disappearance, A&E Networks takes a fresh look at the case. A definitive factual account by those who lived and breathed it every day.