Fifteen-year-old Emma Evans is like any other teenage girl; she thinks that her parents don´t understand her. She longs for independence and a life free of family ties and responsibilities and she is prepared to do anything to achieve it. But one day she will be forced to face up to the consequences of her actions.Life seems to be carrying on as normal, until one day Emma starts experiencing frightening fits. Her parents are convinced that her problems are either medical or psychological, but when doctors´ tests are unable to draw any conclusions, the family is forced to look elsewhere for answers.It all started off as a bit of fun, Emma never really believed it, but the truth is there is something dark and sinister within her, and it won´t take long to surface.
Lee Evans returns to the stage with another hilarious stand-up routine, this time at London's 02 arena.
Carrie Evans, a beautiful young attorney with aspirations to become partner like her fiancee Steven Riggs, learns some disturbing facts about her family and her boss Caswell Foxx as she researches a big case. She becomes so entrenched in the case that it causes her to risk her career, freedom and her relationships.
The cryptic final words of a dying man lead Miss Marple and two young adventurers to a dysfunctional family harboring dark secrets.
OL' MAX EVANS - THE FIRST THOUSAND YEARS is a fast-paced ride though changing times and includes Max telling his stories of Hollywood, studio executives, ranching, publishing houses, brawls with Hollywood friends such as director Sam Peckinpah, spiritual encounters with animals, tales of the changing West and more.
A unique chance to experience the irrepressible energy and charms of "Lee Evans Live From The West End". Straight from starring opposite Jerry Lewis in the acclaimed feature film "Funny Bones" and following his own hit T.V. show - "The World Of Lee Evans" - the brightest young star in British comedy performed exclusively for one night only on stage in London's glittering West End. The audience on this magical evening in 1995 witnessed a show by Lee Evans which had featured the award winning "Bohemian Rhapsody" finale. It's impossible to resist the high speed sparkle and elastic talent of Lee Evans. This is the most frenzied and furious hour of comedy you will ever see.
Wired And Wonderful was huge... XL was big... Big was even bigger... now the legendary Lee Evans embarks on his most ambitious tour to date. Roadrunner is Lee's amazing new show with over 60 nights in the biggest arenas in the country. Lee will be playing to more fans than ever on this record- breaking tour of the UK and R.O.I in 2011 with the show filmed for DVD during his 5 nights at the 02.
The legend of comedy returns in 2014 with his biggest and funniest show yet. Monsters is the frightening funny new Live DVD from one of the biggest names in British comedy filmed during his ambitious 2014 tour. Lee’s manic energy, uncanny observations, hilarious delivery and side-splitting material have made his live performances a must-see for comedy fans worldwide and Monsters sees Lee back doing what he does best live on stage, proving once again why he is a record-breaking comic and one of the nation’s best! "The must see comedy event of the autumn" ***** - Daily Telegraph "Stand-up doesn't get much bigger" - Evening Standard
On this release, Lee Evans is live at Wembley, unleashing his latest material to a giddy crowd. And witness the funny man's version of "Bohemian Rhapsody." Beelzebub has a devil put aside for...Lee
Jazz Icons: Bill Evans features five separate performances by one of the most revered pianists in music history. This collection covers an 11-year span, highlighting Evans’ ever-deepening artistry as he performs with four different all-star rhythm sections, including the stunning duo of bassist Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen and drummer Alan Dawson. This DVD includes for the first time on home video Evans’ renditions of the rarely performed “Sareen Jurer,” “Blue Serge” and “Twelve Tone Tune Two.” Among the many surprises in this collection is a live performance of “My Melancholy Baby” with saxophonist Lee Konitz.
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Comedian Lee Evans captured at his hilarious best at London's Her Majesty's Theatre.
UFC 161: Evans vs. Henderson was a mixed martial arts event held on June 15, 2013 at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.
Filmed live at the Edinburgh Playhouse Lee Evans, star of Mousehunt and Something About Mary, returns to the stage.
As editor of The Sunday Times for fourteen years, Sir Harold Evans proved to be the right man in the right place at the right time. In an investigative climate all too rare by today's standards, Evans had the freedom and resources to allow teams of journalists to work on long-term projects, including the exposure of Kim Philby as a Soviet spy. As Evans himself details in this stylish documentary, his longest and most hard fought campaign was for the victims of Thalidomide. Originally developed by the Germans in World War II to counter effect sarin gas, post-war the drug was blithely prescribed by British doctors as an antidote to morning sickness, leading to tens of thousands of children born with serious defects. The Sunday Times' fight to win compensation for their struggling families would take more than a decade, as Evans tenaciously pursued the drug companies through the English courts and beyond.
UFC 145: Jones vs. Evans was a mixed martial arts event held by Ultimate Fighting Championship on April 21, 2012 at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.
Popular TV cowpoke Roy Rogers and wife Dale Evans ride again in four episodes from "The Roy Rogers Show," including "Phantom Rustlers," in which Roy must expose a ring of cattle thieves who use trucks to make off with their booty. This collection also includes "High Stakes," "Ghost Gulch" and "Shoot to Kill" (aka "Pat Brady, Outlaw"), in which Dale takes a stagecoach with a photographer who persuades Pat Brady to pose as a bandit for the camera.
UFC on Fox: Evans vs. Davis (also known as UFC on Fox 2) is an upcoming mixed martial arts event to be held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship on January 28, 2012 at the United Center in Chicago, Illinois.
UFC 108: Evans vs. Silva was a mixed martial arts event being held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) on January 2, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
UFC 133: Evans vs. Ortiz was a mixed martial arts event held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship on August 6, 2011 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The World of Lee Evans was a BAFTA nominated TV show written by and starring Lee Evans and a range of actors, it followed Lee around getting stuck in tight situations and originally aired on Channel 4. The series was released on Channel 4 DVD in 2006 and features all episodes. The humour, which differs greatly from Evans' later stand-up humour, contains many elements of slapstick, and the show is similar in style to Mr. Bean. The series was a Granada Production in 1995 for Channel 4, and as Granada had adopted a new endboard cap at the end of their programmes at this time, The World of Lee Evans was amongst the first ever shows to use the endboard The series was quite popular though has had a very mixed reception in retrospect, some critics and Lee Evans fans saying the series is not as good as his other work. The series' slogan is If Lee Evans "needs to get from A to B, he starts at Z...".
The Magnificent Evans is a 1984 BBC situation comedy written by Roy Clarke and starring Ronnie Barker, Sharon Morgan and Myfanwy Talog.
So What Now? was a BBC comedy starring comedian Lee Evans. Evans co-wrote it with Stuart Silver and Peter Tilbury. It aired on BBC1 from 26 March 2001 until 22 May 2001, with only one series of eight episodes being broadcast.
Eagle & Evans is an episodic Australian sketch show and comedy series that first screened on ABC TV in 2004. The series of eight episodes was set in a fictional variety show The Blaze da Silva Experience. The main characters, Eagle and Evans, are the warm-up act for Blaze da Silva, the self-titled "most loved man on television". The series was created and co-authored by Craig Eagle and Dailan Evans along with staff writers Nicholas Bufalo, Anita Punton, Tal Brott, Mike Flattley and Nick Venus, with contributions by Tim Smith. The script editor was guest star Bob Franklin.
The Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Show is a Western comedy and variety program that ran on ABC television for 13 episodes from September 29 to December 29, 1962. In addition to Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Rogers, who married in 1947, the program featured the Sons of the Pioneers, Pat Brady, and Cliff Arquette in his role of country iconoclast Charley Weaver. The premiere episode entitled the "Seattle World's Fair" honored the celebration in 1962 in Seattle, Washington. The November 3 episode was set at Knotts Berry Farm amusement park in Buena Park, California. Martha Raye guest-starred in the December 8 episode "Circus". Dale Robertson of NBC's Tales of Wells Fargo appeared in the episode "Western Hit Parade" on October 20, which offered the songs "Cool Water", "Do Not Forsake Me, Oh My Darling", and "Don't Fence Me In". Still another segment featured singer Kathy Taylor and magician Mark Wilson. A patriotic program was broadcast on October 27. A tribute to silent film star William S. Hart aired on November 10. A Thanksgiving Day celebration aired on November 17, and a Grand National horse show followed on November 24. A minstrel show was presented on December 1. The last new episode entitled "Christmas Open House" aired on December 22.
Evans, Novak, Hunt & Shields was an interview/political discussion show on CNN for approximately 20 years hosted by Rowland Evans and Robert Novak. The weekly program featured four rotating panelists, including Evans, Novak, Al Hunt and Mark Shields. Originally, the program was called Evans and Novak. After Evans retired, he stopped appearing on the show regularly and was largely replaced by liberal columnists Shields and Hunt, who alternated weekly in co-hosting with Novak, who appeared every week. The addition of Shields and Hunt resulted in the change in title. Evans still appeared occasionally, however, until his 2001 death.