Retromercial directed by Tex Avery. Animated by Rod Scribner. Voices: Mel Blanc (Bugs), Paul Frees (Judge) and Hal Smith (Elmer).
I'm a cat! No, wait, now I'm a bunny.
Narrated by Academy-Award nominated actor Liam Neeson. RT 22:58. To be watched in HD and fullscreen.
Can you feel the pull? This cutting-edge production features high-resolution visualizations of black holes and other cosmic phenomena based on data generated by telescope observations and ultra-high end computer simulations.
Audiences will be dazzled with striking, immersive animations of the formation of the early universe, star birth and death, the collision of giant galaxies, and a simulated flight to a super-massive black hole lurking at the center of our own Milky Way Galaxy.
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A crazy idea was born.
Early Sunday on Swordfish 2010 we got a crazy idea of duck-tape our GoPro Hero camera on the tip of the sword and do some swings to see how it looked.
We started slow just to see if the camera was holding together, then stepping it up.
All recording are done in real speed.
University of Hawaii Marching Band does a formation where a stick figure "kicks" a football.
In tense negotiations, the U.S. State Department agreed to grant the North Korean leader the role of Gotham's Dark Knight Detective.
This video will demonstrate how to make ice by boiling water using an Edwards vacuum pump in 90 seconds. Liquid boils when the vapour pressure of the liquid is equal to the pressure exerted on it. When pressure on a liquid is reduced the vapour pressure is also reduced and the boiling point drops.
Comedian, social commentator, and author Lewis Black brings his confrontational brand of take-no-prisoners humor to the Warner Theater in Washington D.C. in this, his second stand-up comedy special for HBO. With rants on everything from the State of the...
Milton Friedman gives his libertarian ideas on legalization.
A short part from George Carlin's 1988 show - What the Fuck am I Doing in New Jersey.
Skeletor learns about Xmas.
Nancy Sinatra - These Boots Are Made For Walking (1966)
John Howe, who's perhaps most famous for his Tolkien artwork, talks about 'the only thing he knows how to do'.
Another super-rare MGM cartoon, with apologies for the classic ethnic stereotypes. Notice the Old Plantation Home looks suspiciously like Tara!
Music video by Drowning Pool