After rocker Kurt Cobain's death, ruled a suicide, a film crew arrives in Seattle to make a documentary. Director Nick Broomfield talks to lots of people. Portraits emerge: a shy, slight Kurt, weary of touring, embarrassed by fame, hooked on heroin; an out-going Courtney, dramatic, controlling, moving from groupie to star.
James J. Corbett and Peter Courtney meet in a boxing exhibition.
Filmmaker Nick has decided to make a documentary about his best friend Courtney's love life. Courtney, a schoolteacher, has had a two-year on and off relationship with a guy who can't commit; she's also tried video-dating and a women's group. She never thought she'd have a problem finding the right guy and falling in love, but as she gets closer and closer to 30 she gets more and more desperate. Nick, on the other hand, is having as much trouble finding the right girl, and when his true feelings for Courtney come to light, they have to decide whether or not to stay just friends.
This VH1 Rock Doc traces the highs and lows of Courtney Love's career.
Myth Makers 3: Nicholas Courtney was a Reeltime Pictures direct-to-video documentary in which actor Nicholas Courtney was interviewed.
Setlist: 01. An Illustration of Loneliness (Sleepless in New York) 02. Nobody Really Cares If You Don't Go to the Party 03. Pedestrian at Best 04. Depreston
Eddie 'The Fat Man' Jackson and Courtney 'The Field Marshal' Brown were labeled 'Kingpins' in an era where their names reigned supreme in Detroit. Accumulating more than a million dollars a month in heroin sales.
Miss Courtney impersonates Chaplin in a scene-by-scene copy of Chaplin's The Champion (1915), omitting the boxing scene.
On New Years Eve, 1899, baronet's son Edward Courtney becomes engaged to Kate, his mother's maid, much to the scandal of London society. The film then follows their family through four generations, with separations, joys, tragedies, and service in the Boer War, WWI, and WWII.
The Brendan Courtney Show is an Irish weekly chat show hosted by Brendan Courtney. It was first broadcast on TV3 on 9 November 2005 and aired for one series until 15 February 2006. The Brendan Courtney Show featured guest interviews and live music from guest music groups and was aimed at a younger audience than its main rivals on RTÉ. The show also contained pranks on an unsuspecting public and was noted for its Graham Norton-like audience participation. The UK's Celebrity Big Brother winner Chantelle Houghton gave her first Irish interview to The Brendan Courtney Show in February 2006.