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Includes interviews with a fascinating group of filmmakers who redefined the horror genre and forever changed the way we think of horror films. Commentary: Pat Boone, Leslie Caron, Bilol Condon, Walt Disney (archival), Joel Crey, Shirley Jones, Joan Leslie, Shirley Mac Laine, Liza Minnelli, Rita Moreno, Eddie Murphy, Robert Osborne, John C. DVD X430 Presents a documentary about guerrilla horror filmmakers and the bizarre culture that drives them to pursue their dreams.
Reilly, Ann Reinking, Debbie Reynolds, Smokey Robinson, Mickey Rooney, Jane Russell, Gloria Stuart, John Travolta, Renee Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones. Something that musicals do -- The dawn of an era -- The 1940s, rallying the country -- The majestic MGM -- The 1950s, a golden age -- The end of an era -- Bob Fosse and the 1970s -- Musicals was a dirty word -- Musicals in the new millennium -- Epilogue. In 2003, filmmaker Christopher Garetano began what would become a two-year journey to discover what possesses people to become horror filmmakers, traveling all over the U. to visit independent filmmakers on and off their sets. DVD X3169 Series chronicling how comedy has defined the nation's character with commentary by film historians, comedians, writers and producers, spotlighting comedians through the generations who broke the rules to advance the genre. DVD X828 Episode one focuses on the comedy type "The misfit" and includes clips by silent film legend Harold Lloyd, Bob Hope, Phyllis Diller, Jonathan Winters, Andy Kaufman, Robin Williams, Cheech & Chong, Woody Allen and Steve Martin.
Newman (1940, 22 min.) -- You, the people / director, Roy Rowland (1940, 21 min.). Includes in-depth interviews with actors, directors, producers and writers; shock scenes from over 40 classic films; behind-the-scene home movies; and more. Guides you through a series of gruesome scenes from classic films and recent hits. DVD 8056 This documentary traces the history of the B-Western from it's silent movie origins to its demise in the early 1950s, when television began to bring this genre into homes on a regular weekly basis.
Based on the book "Going to pieces: the rise and fall of the slasher film" by Adam Rockoff. The film contains a large number of scenes from early silents and seldom seen films, as well as old photographs of the stars and one-sheet advertisements for lost films. 'Broncho Billy' Anderson, Gene Autry, Ward Bond, William Boyd, Walter Brennan, Johnny Mack Brown, Yakima Canutt, Harry Carey, Andy Devine, Dale Evans, John Ford, Clark Gable, Hoot Gibson, William S. DVD 8574 With its roots in the pulpy crime novels of the 1920s and 30s, Giallo cinema or Italian horror cinema, as it's more commonly known, first emerged in the late 1960s. DVD 8604 One of the most comprehensive films about the Hollywood musical ever produced.
In Horror Business, you will witness that quest unfold and meet some truly independent filmmakers including Mark Borchardt (American Movie) and Dave Gebroe (Zombie Honeymoon), along with monster movie personalities like Herschell Gordon Lewis (Blood Feast), Joe Bob Briggs (cult film critic and author), and Sid Haig (Foxy Brown, The Devils Rejects) Directed, photographed & edited by Christopher P. Special features: Director's introductions, "The escape of horror business" short documentary, Chris Garetano's student film: "365 ways to cook chicken", trailer reel, and art portfolio. Episode two focusing on television sitcoms starts with George Burns and Gracie Allen, the married couple who moved their popular radio program to television, then continues with clips from The Goldbergs (the first American sit-com), I Love Lucy, The Honeymooners, The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, All in the Family, The Cosby Show, Roseanne, Seinfeld and The Simpsons.
It had previously been scheduled to make its first flight earlier this year but it is unclear why it was delayed after ground tests took place in April.The aircraft has received 17 orders so far from Chinese government departments and Chinese companies.It has a maximum flight range of 4,500 km (2,800 miles) and a maximum take-off weight of 53.5 tonnes.State television showed live images of the AG600 lifting off from Zhuhai airport in the southern province of Guangdong, which sits on the South China Sea coast.It returned about an hour later and taxied to its stand accompanied by martial music and greeted by crowds waving Chinese flags.