Pride Bushido 4

Pride FC: Bushido 4 was an event held on July 19, 2004 at the Nagoya Rainbow Hall in Nagoya, Japan.

Catatan si Boy 4 1990

Boy (Onky Alexander) returns to his homeland for a vacation from school in America. Already much has changed, including Vera (Meriam Bellina) who is busy with his career as a model photo. Boy feels set aside. To entertain his best friend, Abud (Fuad Thalib) who, together with Ina (Sisca Yulianti), Boy's sister, opened a boutique in Bali, invited the young man to vacation on the Island of the Gods. There, Boy acquainted with Cindy (Paramitha Rusady) and immediately familiar. Unfortunately, Vera also did a photo shoot in Bali and caught Boy when alone with Cindy. Boy is confused, but Vera and Cindy decide that they will continue their careers.

Kung Faux: Vol. 4

Get set for more funky hip-hop kung fu action -- comic book style -- with Volume 4 of the hilariously creative martial arts series. Classic kung fu films are cut down and freshened up with comic-infused graphics and voice-overs and tunes from musical artists such as Afrika Bambaataa, Biz Markie, Guru, Masta Ace and many other top international and underground stars. This volume features Episode 7 ("Dirty Dee") and Episode 8 ("Funky Bottoms").

The Short Stack: Vol. 4

The fourth volume in this series of short films features four provocative movies, including "Across the Bridge," the story of a man forced to wage war on his wife's homeland, and "Left for Shadows," a chronicle of a man crumbling after his wife is murdered. Also included are "The Big Break," about the clash between a hit man and an ambitious woman, and "The Road That Binds Us," a fascinating tale of life in a small town.

Aspects of Kirkwall 4: The Ba 1980

The streets of Kirkwall, Orkney come to a standstill as the "Down the Gates" and the "Up the Gates" battle it out in this traditional Norse ball game. Margaret Tait records the sights and sounds of this game 1954 - 1980, the commentary featuring interview with Ba' winners, music and poetry.

Bernstein: Tchaikovsky: Symphonies No. 4 & 5

In a pair of passionate performances, American composer Leonard Bernstein conducts the New York Philharmonic in Tchaikovsky's Symphony no. 4 and Andante Cantabile, then leads the Boston Symphony Orchestra in the Russian composer's Symphony no. 5. Russian violinist Boris Belkin also makes his American debut as the soloist in Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto in D Major.

Bombay 405 Miles 1980

Two outlaws get in over their heads when they're suddenly entrusted with the care of a wealthy child. Beseeched by a dying man to look after the young Munni, the pair uncovers a puzzle when they try to locate her kin and collect a reward. Who is the man who answers their newspaper ad? And why do some think Munni is already dead? Is the girl actually in danger from her real father? Now, the two crooks must unravel the truth before it's too late.

Live at the Village Vanguard: Vol. 4

The Mal Waldron Quintet takes the stage at the storied jazz venue in New York City to showcase the group's superb improvisational technique on four tunes, including "All Alone," "Fire Waltz" and "Left Alone." For this performance, innovative pianist and bandleader Waldron is joined by Charlie Rouse on saxophone and flute, Reggie Workman on bass, Woody Shaw on trumpet and Ed Blackwell on percussion.

4 O'Clock, 1950 1972

A look at the incidents of June 25, 1950 which marked the beginning of the Korean War and which found the South to be woefully unprepared.

40 Years On 1978

Part of BFI's "National Coal Board Collection".