Wile E. is stalking Bugs this time, but with no more success than he has against the roadrunner.
Two Mexican crows, flying to Guadalajara on the wings of an airplane, spot a corn field on the ground below and dive into it...
Porky Pig and Daffy Duck owe an outrageous sum to the Broken Arms Hotel. The manager thwarts their efforts to escape without paying their bill.
A double DVD called Nena feat. Nena Live was released in 2003. It contained Nena's twentieth anniversary show recorded on 11 October 2002 at Frankfurt am Main. The show ran for nearly three hours, during which Nena invited many friends and fellow musicians to sing along with her: Joachim Witt, Udo Lindenberg, Kim Wilde, Westbam, Markus, Hartmut Engler, Rosenstolz, Mike Tait, Howard Jones, and TokTok, as well as the surviving members of Nena band: Rolf Brendel, Uwe Fahrenkrog-Petersen and Jürgen Dehmel. The second DVD contains footage of Nena and her band on tour, interviews, and three music videos: "99 Luftballons" (2002 Version), "Wunder gescheh'n" (Red Nose Version), and "Leuchtturm" (2002 Version).
The three bears try to train to become vaudeville stars, but things do not go well for Pa Bear.
Sterling, a rookie cop, finds it hard to live up to the reputation his father, who was also a police officer, has.
Animal herding across a large river.
Mr. Harmonica regales the local kids with the tale of why pigs wallow in mud. As the story goes, pigs once lived very clean lives in houses, always picking up after themselves. Despite their cleanliness, they are rejected by others because they are ugly. Junior falls in the mud one day and is washed off by his frantic mother. She discovers that the mud takes away Junior's blemishes. Other pigs catch ear of this and begin wallowing in mud to become beautiful, with no results.
Ready for some rockin' retro refrains? Then check out one of the 1970s' most riveting groups, captured in a live performance for the popular German music-TV show "Rockpalast." Tunes included in Little Feat's 12-song set are "Fat Man in the Bathtub," "Oh Atlanta," "Skin It Back," "Cold, Cold, Cold," "Feats Don't Fail Me Now" and their humorous hit "Dixie Chicken." Also contains commentary from the sextet.
This Little Feat DVD continues our series of releases from the archives of legendary German TV series Rockpalast. Filmed at the Grugahalle in Essen in 1977, just a few days before the recording of their legendary live album "Waiting For Columbus", this DVD captures the classic seventies Little Feat line-up led by the late Lowell George at the very peak of their powers. Also featured, as a bonus is almost 30 minutes of never before seen alternative rehearsal versions including material that didn't make it into the final show. This concert program from the band Little Feet captures a live performance recorded at the Grugahalle in Essen in 1977, just before the recording of the band's seminal work, Waiting for Columbus. Some tracks featured in the performance include Oh, Atlanta, Feats Don't Fail Me Now, Dixie Chicken, and many more.
The Spooky Squad share the story of a boy named Sam who is magically turned into a Big Foot. He tries to conceal that he's an awkward, hairy monster but is quickly picked on by a bully. Can Sam confront his fears of being different and accept his newfound Big Foot super powers, which are totally awesome?
On September 25th 2014, shortly after the release of their World On Fire album, Slash with Myles Kennedy & The Conspirators took the stage at the legendary Roxy Theatre on Sunset Strip in West Hollywood. The atmospheric venue, steeped in rock history, gave fans a brilliant opportunity to see the band up close as they delivered a set packed with more recent solo tracks, including several from the new album, and classics from Slash's earlier career with Guns 'n' Roses and Velvet Revolver. The intimate setting inspired the band to deliver a scintillating, dynamic performance that is brilliantly captured on this DVD.
Spanning almost four decades, disco group Chic featuring Nile Rodgers have seen and done it all. Fusing dance, pop, R&B and contemporary sounds, CHIC have consistently topped the charts with undeniably electrifying hits, the kind that make you want to put on your dancing shoes and boogie all night! Now almost 40 years on, guitarist Nile Rodgers remains at the forefront of the music scene, having collaborated with house kings Daft Punk and Avicii. Rodgers brings an encyclopaedic knowledge of musical trends, promising an entertaining and above all explosive performance.
Over 5 hours of great performances including the entire Testimony and One albums plus special encores of the Spock's Beard classic, "The Light" featuring Alan Morse, and the Transatlantic epic "Stranger In Your Soul." Also included is a behind-the-scenes documentary with footage of Neal's exclusive acoustic concert, rehearsal footage, "Name That Prog Tune" game with Mike and more! Complete with 4 piece horn section, 6 member female background vocal section, violin and cello, full orchestra percussion with timpani and chimes, dancers, special guests and special staging, this is the most elaborate live release of Neal Morse's career!
Kamen Rider × Kamen Rider OOO & W Featuring Skull: Movie War Core is a 2010 film in the Kamen Rider Series, featuring the casts and characters of Kamen Rider W and Kamen Rider OOO. Originally announced in a teaser at the end of the film Kamen Rider W Forever: A to Z/The Gaia Memories of Fate, film was released in Japan on December 18, 2010. The catchphrase for the movie is "Kamen Riders, to the inner core of the Earth." Actor Taro Yamamoto guest stars in the film as the former partner of Sokichi Narumi, Koji Kikkawa reprising his role as the character. Both Kikkawa and Maki Ohguro are tied to a theme song (and music video) for the film, recording the song "HEART∞BREAKER" under the band name "DaiKichi". This movie is didn't fit the continuity while W take place after the final episode until Eiji used Tajadol Combo again. The character of Kamen Rider Birth made its debut in the films
Highwire Act: Live in St. Louis 2003 is the fifth live album by the American rock band Little Feat, released in 2004.
Earth Wind Fire Experience featuring Al McKay, AVO Session Basel 2011
Some people never quit. Take Mark Inglis for example. Mark is a double amputee. He lost his legs through frostbite after being trapped for two weeks near the summit of New Zealand's highest mountain, Mount Cook, in 1982. Twenty years later he returned to the mountain that robbed him of his legs, to finish the climb begun two decades before. This classic documentary traces Mark's story from the time of his rescue, his hospitalization and double amputation.
ELASTINEN FEAT. is new concept for a music and show. In each episode Elastinen meets one prominent Finnish artists. This meeting leads to new song being written. Some of the guests are old friends of Elastinen while some he doesn't know beforehand. Final result of these then meetings leads to release of an album.
Keisatsu Sentai Patranger Feat. Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger: Another Patren 2gou is a web-exclusive series released on Toei Tokusatsu Fan Club, and is comprised two episodes. The events of the special episodes takes place before episode 27 of the main series. The plot revolves around the former police officer who had the role of Patren 2gou.
Five teen girls deal with the supernatural fallout stemming from an innocent game of “Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board.” When the girls start dying off in the exact way that was predicted, the survivors must figure out why they’re being targeted — and whether the evil force hunting them down is one of their own.
Hamura Shou, winner of the national kendo championship, is transferred to an only boys private school. He there thinks he meets his lost younger twin brother Kai, who strongly denies this. Strange things happen at the school somehow referring to a magical world called Winfield. After re-encountering his best friend Naoto and while meeting many new friends, which each have specific abilities, he soon discovers his own inheritance and the difficult tasks ahead.
Birds of a Feather is a British sitcom that was broadcast on BBC One from 1989 until 1998 and on ITV from 2013. Starring Pauline Quirke, Linda Robson and Lesley Joseph, it was created by Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran, who also wrote some of the episodes along with many other writers. The first episode sees sisters Tracey Stubbs and Sharon Theodopolopodos brought together when their husbands are sent to prison for armed robbery. Sharon, who lived in an Edmonton council flat, moves into Tracey's expensive house in Chigwell, Essex. Their next-door neighbour, and later friend, Dorien Green is a middle-aged married woman who is constantly having affairs with younger men. In the later series the location is changed to Hainault. The series ended on Christmas Eve 1998 after a 9-year-run. On 3 March 2009, the The Mirror reported that the classic sitcom was set for a return reporting that Lesley Joseph, Pauline Quirke and Linda Robson have all been asked by the team behind the sitcom to make other series. Quirke was reported as saying that they were up for the challenge if the writers came up with good ideas. After this speculation of a return in early 2009 nothing more was said. However, in July 2012 Lesley Joseph hinted that Birds of a Feather could return for other series following a successful stage tour.
In Victorian London, feisty heroine Hetty Feather is trapped in the Foundling Hospital, the strict institution ruled over by the formidable Matron Bottomley. Aided by friends and thwarted by enemies, Hetty battles to win her freedom and finally find her real mother. Based on the book by Jacqueline Wilson.
This comedy special features the Patrangers attempting to apprehend a bank-robbing Gangler, but are caught up in a three-way fight with the Gangler, and the Lupinrangers. The Gangler hits LupinRed and Patren 1gou with his magnetic rays, causing their bodies to be pulled together and cannot be separated!
Robert Nobel is the butt of classroom jokes and a victim of Niker the classroom bully. He is haunted by dreams that seem to tell the future as well as the past. His life changes when a storyteller invites some of his class to Mayfield House, a place Robert has already dreamed about. There he meets a spiky old lady called Edith Sorrel who chooses him as her partner. He embarks on a series of events that will change their lives forever.
High Feather is a 10-episode educational television show which ran on PBS in the 1980s; each episode was 30 minutes long. The program's name came from the Old English expression "High Fettle", meaning enjoying life and cheerfully doing the tasks of living. The heartfelt spirit of the show was captured in the lyrics to its theme song: "I'm in High Feather. Feel like the sun is shining on me. High Feather. I'm as free as I can be..." The series, produced by the New York State Education Department in 1980, followed eight teenagers at the High Feather Summer Camp, where they learn values of honesty, sportsmanship, nutrition, physical fitness, and getting along with others. The series was filmed at Camp Madison-Felicia and Camp Minisink. Some of the most memorable episodes included "Ballerina", where Leslie, an anorexic, starves herself to the point of exhaustion to achieve a dancer's body, and "Swim Test", where Tom was afraid to go shirtless in the lake because of his obesity.
Four Feather Falls was the third puppet TV show produced by Gerry Anderson for Granada Television. It was based on an idea by Barry Gray, who also wrote the show's music. The series was the first to use an early version of Anderson's Supermarionation puppetry. Thirty-nine 13-minute episodes were produced, broadcast by Granada from February until November 1960. The setting is the late 19th-century fictional Kansas town of Four Feather Falls, where the hero of the series, Tex Tucker, is sheriff. The four feathers of the title refers to four magical feathers given to Tex by the Indian chief Kalamakooya as a reward for saving his grandson: two allowed Tex's guns to swivel and fire without being touched whenever he was in danger, and two conferred the power of speech on Tex's horse and dog. Tex's speaking voice was provided by Nicholas Parsons, and his singing voice by Michael Holliday. The series has never been repeated on British television, but it was released on DVD in 2005.
A reclusive, elderly author is visited by a young admirer … but both men are more than they claim to be.
The Four Feathers is a 1977 British television film adaptation of the classic novel The Four Feathers by novelist A.E.W. Mason. Directed by Don Sharp, this version starred Beau Bridges, Robert Powell, Simon Ward and Jane Seymour, and was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award. It follows the novel almost exactly, and response to the film was very positive.
Couples won home furnishings by answering questions that earned them feathers with point values.
Creature Feature was a TV horror movie series on WTOG in St. Petersburg, Florida, from 1973 to 1995. The films were hosted by Dick Bennick Sr. as Dr. Paul Bearer, who hosted a different cheap horror film every Saturday afternoon. Bennick created the character at WGHP in High Point, North Carolina for the station's Shock Theater in the mid-to-late 1960s after his previous persona, Count Shockula, proved less than satisfactory. The humorous Bearer character was a pun-spewing, bad-joke-telling host who spoke in a gravelly voice with a halting speech pattern. His usual attire was a long-tailed vintage tuxedo with his hair parted down the middle and slicked straight down the sides, with heavy mascara and grease paint. His skewed gaze, which Bennick perfected by turning his one artificial eye outward, only contributed to the atmosphere. He also twisted around some words and names to reflect the horror atmosphere—he frequently called the horror films "horrible old movies", and the city that WTOG's studios were based in "St. Creaturesburg". One typical joke started with a close up of a hammer in Paul's hand. He strikes a package of Wrigley's Spearmint gum several times with the hammer, then looks up at the camera and says "I'm just sitting here, beating my gums." Bearer also aired occasional novelty songs, such as Tom Lehrer's "Poisoning Pigeons in the Park," to which he would often lip-sync while pretending to accompany himself on a matte-black-painted baby grand piano.
Creature Features a classic horror film show broadcast in the New York Metropolitan Area, on WNEW, Channel 5. It was hosted by Lou Steele, who became familiar to Channel 5 viewers as the guy who started off the 10 o'clock News by asking: "It's 10 p.m.; do you know where your children are?"
The Feathered Serpent is a British children's television series. Set in Aztec Mexico and starring former Doctor Who Patrick Troughton as the scheming High Priest Nasca, two series were made for ITV by Thames Television and transmitted in 1976 and 1978.
Retraces how the mysteries of dinosaurs were first undiscovered by scientists in the 1800s.