In a barroom fight over Connie Zelenko, Eddie Dickinson is badly wounded and Connie's boyfriend is killed. Witnesses claim Dickinson is the killer, but he maintains his innocence despite public prosecutor Murray Brock's advice that he plead guilty and take a life-imprisonment sentence rather than risk capital punishment. When Connie comes out of hiding, she confirms the other witnesses' stories, but Brock believes Dickinson is innocent. Dickinson sticks to his story at his trial but receives the death sentence. In the death house, Dickinson continues to maintain his innocence, but after the execution of the sentence, Brock receives a letter from Dickinson confessing to the murder.
A documentary on the housing problems of Great Britain following WWII
Organized by Paul McCartney and the United Nations, these concerts were in response to the 1975-79 Khmer Rouge’s reign, where three million persons perished in Cambodia. During the concerts, McCartney brought three generations of popular musicians together. The older generation included McCartney and the Wings, The Who and members of Procol Harum. The middle generation was represented by Queen and members of Led Zeppelin. Most notably, there was the new generation of mainly New Wavers and Punk Rockers, such as The Pretenders, Elvis Costello and The Attractions, Ian Dury and the Blockheads, The Clash, and The Specials.
It’s Glastonbury Festival 1995. The Stone Roses pull out of their headline set after a mountain bike accident and Rod Stewart is unavailable. Last minute replacements, Pulp, take to the stage to face 80,000 people. They deliver a set ‘regarded as one of the best in the festival’s history’ climaxing with the era-defining song, Common People, and in the process catapult themselves to the forefront of the Britpop movement – an achievement that 12 years earlier seemed like an impossible dream.
This landmark documentary explores the extent to which young people around the world are being failed by an education system created at the time of the Industrial Revolution. A provocative and relevant exploration of the most important issue of our time, We Are The People We've Been Waiting For confronts our expectations of what education systems ought to be achieving for our children. Written by Caroline Rowland
Compelling documentary charting the tremendous work of kim il sung and kim jong il.
Join Ken Curtis as he visits fascinating sites in Israel, among them the location traditionally said to be where Jesus gave the Beatitudes. This brief collection of sayings about our blessedness or happiness was the opening to Jesus' Sermon on the Mount. Ken shows how the Beatitudes provide a whole new dimension in dealing with life's crises.
A l'occasion du trentième anniversaire d'un concert de Barclay James Harvest en plein air à Berlin (Ouest) en 1980. Berlin - Loving is easy - Mockingbird - Sip of wine - Nova lepidoptera - In memory of the martyrs - Life is for living - Child of the universe - Hymn - Berlin Bonus : Jonathan - Titles - Moongirl - One night - Beyond the grave
Special Feature from the DVD of "Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton" curated by filmmakers Jeff Broadway and Rob Bralver of Gatling Pictures.
A sequel to The Land That Time Forgot. Major Ben McBride organises a mission to the Antarctic wastes to search for his friend (Doug McClure) who has been missing in the region for several years. McBride's party find themselves in a world populated by primitive warriors and terrifying prehistoric creatures, all of whom they must evade in order to get back safely
A woman is hunted by a serial killer with supernatural abilities. The trauma at the hands of a killer reveals her forgotten identity and her true unearthly power is unleashed.
Walt Disney's involvement in the 1964-1965 New York World's Fair would have a great impact on the course of his theme parks for years to come. Join us for a trip through time. Back, back over 40 years to a period when Disney reigned supreme at the 1964-1965 New York World's Fair!
Arch-criminal Dr. Mabuse, who is a master of disguise and has been hypnotising people into doing his bidding, sets out to make a fortune and run Berlin. Detective Wenk sets out to stop him.
Millionaire Gornostayev and ballet dancer in Ilona are always arguing about what is more important - youth and beauty or wealth. Ilona thought that youth and beauty are more important, but Gornostayew disagreed with her. He intended to prove Ilona that she in wrong. Gornostayew signed a contract with young worker Alexey. They moved abroad. Year later. Alexey changed into a real aristocrat and returned to Russia. Gornostayew introduced Alexey to Ilona and she falls in love with him.
Brand new lawyers work for both the defense and the prosecution as they handle the most high profile and high stakes cases in the country – all as their personal lives intersect.
For the People is an American Legal drama that aired from January 31 until May 9, 1965.
The drama follows the life of historical medical practitioner Hua Tuo, who was well known for his surgeries as well as his use of anesthesia. As he develops his skills as a doctor, he comes across a case that makes him take on a journey in the search of anaesthetic mafeisan (麻沸散). Along the way, he comes across people such as Guan Yu and Cao Cao and inevitably becomes embroiled in politics, and even passes by the famed Battle of Red Cliffs.
For the People is an American Legal drama that aired from July 21, 2002 until February 16, 2003.