Filmed Dec 4, 1974 for the Dick Cavett Show.
What do women want? We want weddings! And We've got them. On WE, the channel that puts the "we" in "wedding."
The IFC Media Project's "News Junkie" deconstructs the mainstream media's half-baked coverage of Somali Pirates.
An animated short by ghOst Productions.
"We built this reel from the ground up to showcase the talents of ghOst Productions at the 2009 American Association of Orthopedic Surgeons in Las Vegas. Instead of showing pre-existing client work in our reel, we thought it would be more fun to make a character animation, break nearly every bone in his body and then surgically repair him in under 3 minutes."
1966 Academy Award nominated documentary film which explores the attempts of the minister of Augustana Lutheran Church in Omaha, Nebraska, to persuade his all-white congregation to reach out to Negro Lutherans in the city's north side. The film was directed by San Francisco filmmaker William C. Jersey and was nominated as Best Documentary Feature in the 1968 Academy Awards. On 2005, A Time for Burning was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
Edward Petrossi defended himself and the store he worked at from young Corey Alle Funk, a 'would be' robber.
Internet-accessible adult films and modern civilization. A CBC TV/Doc Zone documentary.
Warning/commercial: (mild) nudity and all that sort of stuff.
Rachel Maddow Vs. National Organization for Marriage's New Anti-Gay Plan
Just every now and then, a dance breaks out.
Father and son are sitting on a bench. Suddenly a sparrow lands across them.
Doing a spot-on impression of actor Christopher Walken in several situations, including being stranded at a party.
In this clip, Clarence C. Nash, the original voice of Donald Duck, is a guest on WML. Episode originally aired on 12 December 1954.
While most of the Peanuts Gang is getting ready for Easter, Linus, certain it's all a waste of time, futilely tries convincing everyone the Easter Beagle will take care of everything, but his pleas fall on deaf ears. Only Sally believes him, though she still has some suspicions after the Halloween fiasco waiting for The Great Pumpkin.
None of the upstart Easter egg dyeing companies unseated the Paas dynasty.
There's nothing that says "I love you" to a woman like a sparkely carbon rock. Nope, not even the words "I love you."