Lights flicker & fade as focus shifts from artificial to natural light, ending on a second artificial light speeding through the blackened miasma of the night sky.
Experience Stan and Ollie in their funniest scenes: whether they build a house as construction workers or try to impress two young ladies as sailors. Watch as Stan fights a superior opponent in the boxing ring and as Ollie is taking an involuntary bath and see where a steadfast friendship between two men can get you...
A Mentone Brevity short that features an early-day Henny Youngman (billed as Henry Youngman). Gogo DeLys (the correct version of her name), old-timer Lew Hearn and Powers' Prom Girls also take a turn. Youngman is the emcee at the Yacht Club nightclub who is also trying to get Lew Hearn to buy a television set...on which unbooked vaudeville acts are performing.
Blackout gags about the holidays. New Year's (the baby speaks to us). Valentine's Day, Washington Day, etc.
Highlights of old Greek Cinema
A glorious conclusion to an unforgettable summer of sport, the London 2012 Paralympic Games was 11 days of awe-inspiring, heart-stopping sporting action that transfixed millions. The biggest Paralympic Games ever saw 4,200 athletes from 166 countries come together, including more than 300 British athletes, all of them searching for that elusive precious metal. Each day of the games brought new, extraordinary stories to the fore, each one showcasing the superhuman capabilities of Paralympians from across the globe. The endeavours of these remarkable athletes brought disability into the mainstream, and made overnight household names of a new generation of sporting heroes.
2007 - An all conquering year for the men of Geelong. A year in which the club strung together 15 consecutive victories and created history by thrashing Port Adelaide in the most lop-sided Grand Final in history. The honours filled the trophy cabinets. Jimmy Bartel won the Brownlow, Steve Johnson the Norm Smith Medal, Gary Ablett the AFL Players Association MVP and Joel Selwood was the Rising Star. Nine Cats were named All Australian and on Grand Final day were joined by their coach. Join us as we relive the great highlights of 2007 - a Geelong season to savour. The year the premiership drought come to a shuddering halt - with a tidal wave of wins
The loss of an on-field icon. The departure of a coaching legend. The experts said they were too old and too slow, and thought that 2010 marked the end of an era. But in fact, all these moments were cornerstones in the Geelong Cats 2011 road to victory.
Including world-class artists such as Bryn Terfel, Cecilia Bartoli, Anne Sofie von Otter, Jose Cura, Simon Keenlyside and Agnes Letestu, this 50-minute sampler will give you a taste of many beloved classics in opera and ballet.
Documentary - Join HRH Prince William and Catherine Middleton at Westminster Abbey as they celebrate the momentous occasion of their marriage with this 50 minute highlights show. Includes Catherine's breathtaking arrival at Westminster Abbey, highlights from the ceremony and the traditional balcony appearance at Buckingham Palace. BBC Worldwide will donate all proceeds of the distribution rights (after deduction of its own acquisition and distribution costs) from TV, DVD and download-to-own sales of The Royal Wedding to The Foundation of Prince William and Prince Harry (charity registered in England and Wales registration number 1132048).
Highlights of the 1951 visit of Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh to Canada and the United States. - NFB
In this piece, Michael Broidy of Fox Publicity sits with Bryan Singer, producers Ralph Winter and Lauren Shuler Donner, and actors Hugh Jackman, James Marsden, Anna Paquin, Rebecca Romijn-Stamos, Alan Cumming, Famke Janssen, Shawn Ashmore, Aaron Stanford, and Kelly Hu for an Internet-based chat. Each participant appears solo in this set of excerpts. They take queries from various international chat rooms and discuss a number of topics in this reasonably informative and interesting discussion.
Written off at the start of the season, the Kangaroos of 2007 showed all the classic Shinboner spirit of old. Mid-season they established themselves as one of the toughest units in the AFL. There would be some record-breaking performances from Glenn Archer in his final season and a year to remember for All-Australian Brent Harvey. The year also saw some emergence from some fine young Kangaroos. Join us as we have a look back on a year that provided so many highlights for so many Kangaroo fans.