A Marine named P.J. Kellogg ran 50 miles in 11 hours. He did this to raise money for a college fund for the one-year-old son of a fallen brother-in-arms. P.J. had never even met Izzy, but that didn't matter. The entire community rallied behind P.J. and gave time and money to support the cause. The run was long and trying. P.J. pushed himself beyond the physical pain to honor Izzy and his family. This is a heart warming event that will inspire you to do more for your fellow man.
Leading activists and commentators explore the changes that have taken place since homosexuality was decriminalised in the UK in 1967 and the influence of gay culture on society.
A documentary on the history of rallying.
50 years after decriminalization of homosexuality in Great Britain, actor Rupert Everett explores the way both the gay community and public attitude towards gay people have changed.
The DVD documents the making of the songs and albums by 50 Cent, especially his Get Rich or Die Tryin' album released that year. Some of the footage featured on The New Breed was from the Get Rich or Die Tryin' documentary that was in the limited release of his first album. The DVD charted at number two in the US and sold over 645,000 units as of December 2003
The second set of a memorable collection of videos from films released under the Yash Raj banner
The second set of memorable videos from films released under the YashRaj Films banner
'50 feet from Syria' follows Syrian-American surgeon Hisham Bismar as he travels to the Turkish/Syrian border to volunteer operating on victims from the Syrian civil war. A successful hand surgeon in the United States, Hisham decides he cannot continue to watch images of wounded Syrian refugees flow across international borders without acting on his impulse to help. Hisham’s journey serves as a portal into one of today’s most brutal, dehumanizing conflicts and into the lives of remarkable people working to save lives at great personal risk.
A seventy-five-minute documentary featuring outtakes from "Chronicle of a Summer" (1961), along with new interviews with co-director Edgar Morin and some of the film’s participants.
Behind-the-scenes footage, rare screen tests and insightful interviews highlight this engrossing two-hour look at one of Hollywood's greatest dream factories. Such film luminaries as Tom Hanks, William Friedkin, George Lucas, Oliver Stone and Robert Altman discuss their work at the studio. Clips include scenes from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Patton, Young Frankenstein, Star Wars, Alien, Big, Home Alone, Die Hard and dozens more.
The AFC champion Denver Broncos and the NFC champion Carolina Panthers play for the National Football League championship at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California.
An animated film to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Dutch Ballet Orchestra. Members of the Orchestra share their stories from the past years.
The daughter of a wealthy real estate mogul falls in love with a younger man, and she is introduced to the world of BDSM. With her newly awakened sexual prowess, she is finally able to take control of her life.
Ok, we have shown you tricks, chicks and parties that don't quit. Now what? Bust a Nut! Thats right we are pushing the limits once again with huge air and some of the funniest competitions ever invented for a 50. We have more than Girls Gone Wild and Jackass put together, We have girls Gone Jackass on a 50.
As Montgomery and Alabama Celebrated the 50th Anniversary of the Civil Rights Movement Nationally we created a Short Film Documentary by Speaking with some black males & females to discuss on camera the history, current race relations, economic status, social awareness, opportunities and challenges that demonstrate their lives as a direct results of the Civil Rights efforts. What can we do to change or have we.....
"The DVD is a live performance of me at the National Geographic Theater in Washington DC on February 13th, 2011, when I turned fifty. Ian MacKaye introduces me and I take it from there. It was a good night in a good theater with a fantastic audience. One of the parts I like about it is that we did some non performance footage of me going back to some of my old haunts in DC like the classic venue Madams Organ as well as a tour through my old job that I left in 1981. We are very happy to be able to bring this to all of you who were not able to go to the tour and pick it up there." -- Henry
Spider-Man is an American animated TV series based on the popular Marvel Comics character of the same name.
The 50th Anniversary special of The Wallace and Ladmo Show, also known as It's Wallace? and Wallace & Company, was a children's television show produced by and aired on KPHO-TV in Phoenix, Arizona, from April 1, 1954, to December 29, 1989. The Cast included Pat McMahon, Ladimir Kwiatkowski, and Bill Thompson "The Wallace and Ladmo Show", the longest-running same-cast kids' show in television history, featured sharply observed comedy skits that satired popular films, television shows and music acts, lampooned local and national politics and mercilessly mocked the station management and program sponsors. Aiming its comedy squarely at hip adults, and never talking down to kids in the audience, it won over legions of fans of every age who still turn out by the thousands for revivals and conventions. It was the "Saturday Night Live" of its age, daring and subversive, a comedy landmark. - Written by Caitie Dee
Hanna-Barbera's 50th: A Yabba Dabba Doo Celebration is a 1989 live-action/animated special for television first aired on TNT hosted by Tony Danza and Annie Potts celebrating 50 years of William Hanna and Joseph Barbera's partnership in animation. This is the first animated project to be presented in Dolby Surround sound system. It covers their years working for the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon studio, and then the history of Hanna-Barbera Productions Inc., which was set up in 1957. It features clips and scenes from the studio's classic works along with new animated/live-action material and a behind the scenes on Jetsons: The Movie. It was dedicated to the memory of Daws Butler, who died during this production and was also the last television and film project of Mel Blanc, who died seven days before the special's telecast. Turner Broadcasting System, which owned TNT, would later buy Hanna-Barbera in 1991.
Kim beş yüz bin ister? was a Turkish game show based on the original British format of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?. The show was hosted by the Turkish actor Kenan Işık and earlier by the Turkish actor Haluk Bilginer The main goal of the game was to win 500,000 YTL by answering 15 multiple-choice questions correctly. There were three lifelines - fifty fifty, phone a friend and ask the audience. It was shown on Show TV.