The morning after kicking off their semester with a patriotic "stars, stripes, and strippers" party, the members of the Omega fraternity awaken to a find a baby on their doorstep. After little to no deliberation, the Omegas decide to pledge the baby. When a rival fraternity member, Rico, learns of this, he devises a plot to ruin the Omegas reputation in the eyes of the student body at Hamilton University. It's up to the Omegas to not only secure their legacy at the University, but to also raise a baby in a fraternity house. Written by Tuxedo (IMDB.com).
Hans Christian Andersen's classic tale gets a colorful, music-filled makeover in the whimsical special. Filled with bold animation, catchy musical numbers and valuable lessons, this enchanting twist on a beloved tale chronicles the story of an Emperor whose blinding vanity makes him an easy target for two phony tailors.
Little Fatmir, whose parents have worked in a construction site, dreams of building himself a town. In his efforts to make his dream a reality, the kindergarten teacher and a workman who brings in working tools for all his friends, assist him. Within the courtyard of a kindergarten, the newest town in the world is thus erected, where children's dreams and characters are revealed.
Aa Columbia 2-reel comedy starring Tom Kennedy and Monty Collins in NEW NEWS (1937). Fans of the 3 Stooges will recognize the exact same plot and situations from their short CRASH GOES THE HASH (1944). Yes, this version came out BEFORE the Stooges version...so anyone that says these guys are ripping the Stooges off, they are wrong! Columbia made 526 slapstick two-reelers between 1933-1958...190 starred the Stooges...336 others starred a variety of comedians.
That winter in Montréal, there is a girl. Three captains are wooing her. Cinema killed Jean-Baptiste Lamirande, the disastrous Liberator, who comes back to life just before Christmas. Héloïse, an amnesiac actress who lost her watch, has been reported missing.
A collection of Bill Plymptons newest naughty shorts. This DVD contains 80 minutes of material from the years to 2002. Includes short films: ""Sex and Violence""; ""The Exciting Life of a Tree""; ""More Sex and Violence""; ""You Can't Drag Race with Jesus""; ""Eat""; ""Parking""; and many others. Contains Adult Material!
This documentary, Ulrich Seidl's full-length film debut, examines the lives of the street newspaper sellers in Vienna, a mixture of men from Turkey, India, Pakistan, Egypt and Eastern Europe, standing out in all weathers, peddling the trivial Viennese tabloids. We see their lives on the street, their cramped living quarters, their minders, the 'training' days, and the inhumane process which keeps them working endless hour for little reward.
News 4 New York is the brand identifier of WNBC-TV in New York City. It began using this for its news broadcasts in 1971 to 1972, again on Labor Day, September 1, 1980, and again in March 2008. Prior to this, WNBC used the NewsCenter 4 brand for their newscasts. In September 1995, WNBC was rebranded to NewsChannel 4 until March 2008 when News 4 New York branding returned. News 4 New York also introduced Live at Five, a local lifestyle-oriented show that was followed by a 6 p.m. half-hour newscast. Live at Five was discontinued in 1991, being replaced by News 4 at 5. The format returned in 1993 and was cancelled on Friday, September 7, 2007.
Shobiz Newsy News is a weekly animated podcast. In fact, the SNN website claims that it is "the first weekly animated news podcast". Originally presented in SWF, it was later switched to MP4 format for compatibility with both home computers and portable media devices such as the iPod Video. The show takes a cynical look at the week, mainly focusing on celebrities, and is hosted by a fictional character named Ty Paddington. SNN is recommended by PodGuide.tv, a website that regularly receives 4-5 million page-views per day 1, as well as PodcastAlley.com, which regularly receives 20-25 million 2.