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After a woman finds a man she thinks to be her soul mate, strange things start to happen in her life leading her to believe that she's going mad.
Arthur Poppington, is a regular man who adopts a superhero persona known as "Defendor" and combs the city streets at night in search of his arch enemy, Captain Industry. In his attempts to combat crime and bring down this drug and weapons dealer, whom he mistakenly blames for the death of his mother
In the spirit of Meet the Fockers....Rebecca, from an upper class Los Angeles family, and Henry, from choir-singing, tradition-bound Midwestern roots, are in love. Henry pops the question just before Christmas and the kids plan on gathering their families for the holidays in order to surprise them w
Reeling from a nasty divorce, a newly-single mother retreats to her hometown where gossip that she's having an affair with her now-married high school sweetheart threatens to undo her.
This is the story of two very different sisters who are forced to reunite and embark on a surprising road trip together.
Jason Creed and a small crew of college filmmakers are in the Pennsylvania woods making a no-budget horror film when they hear the terrifying news that the dead have started returning to life. Led by Jason's girlfriend, Debra, the frightened young filmmakers set off in a friend's old Winnebago to tr
An aging couple faces the wife's Alzheimer's.
An aging couple faces the wife's Alzheimer's.
A detective with a past of their own looks into the questionable death of a military squealer.
As part of a company exchange program, a New York advertising executive and a junior ad rep in London switch lives for a month and realize how much they have in common with each other.
When his wife leaves him, a jilted man is transformed by working as a department store Santa.
Based on the true story of Jerri Nielsen, the doctor whose dramatic story of breast cancer, self-treatment and survival in the South Pole made headlines worldwide.
Based on the true story of a wife and mother who moves to Reno, Nevada with her family to run the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. Soon thereafter, she develops a gambling addiction and winds up embezzling over $100,000 from the organization to pay off her spiraling gambling debts.
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According to evolutionary theory, all four-limbed creatures -- from dinosaurs to humans -- are descended from one single creature, the first animal to crawl from water onto land. This vital bridge between fish and land-animal has long been a mystery to scientists. The program follows a group of pale
For 30 years, scientists have been on the hunt for the source of the most powerful and mysterious explosions in the universe. Defying their expectations, they have discovered that these powerful gamma ray bursts are located at the edges of the known universe. They are exploding so far back in time,
The program reveals evidence that suggests Soviet spies penetrated some of America's deepest national secrets in the 1940s, including the Manhattan Project. It explores how the FBI hunted down some of these spies, but was never able to capture the mastermind, a physician named Ted Hall.
Are Neanderthals our ancestors? The program explores controversial evidence that the genes of these extinct hominids are mixed with our own. For all their brutish reputation, Neanderthals were highly sophisticated survivors in Europe for over 200,000 years, until modern humans arrived from Africa 10
The program explores the science and art of those who play with fire for our visual delight. The history of pyrotechnics is traced back to China a thousand years ago. Marco Polo brought fireworks to Italy in the 13th century. In the U.S., the Zambellis of Pennsylvania call themselves "the first fami
Can science make a "safer" cigarette? As new brands with reduced emissions enter the market, the program probes the controversial quest for a less-toxic smoke. Are these products the answer to smoking related illnesses or are they simply the latest marketing strategy to increase cigarette sales?
In the 1960s, Dr. Judah Folkman suggested that tumors cannot grow without a blood supply to nourish them -- and that if that supply could be blocked, tumor growth might be stopped. The idea was so simple and so revolutionary, many in the cancer research community dismissed it. After years of detecti
With male couples having children through surrogates and donors, women over sixty having babies, and babies being born with borrowed DNA, options open to infertile couples are wider than ever before, not to mention the possibility of manipulating a child's DNA.
On August 2, 1947, an airliner took off from Buenos Aires for Santiago, Chile. It never arrived. Then in 1998, two mountaineers stumbled across a huge engine on the Tupangato glacier in the Andes. Despite thorough previous searches of the glacier, no wreckage had been sighted. The Argentine army led
In 1965, a botched circumcision started an infant boy on a nightmare of medical meddling with his sexual identity. Born Bruce Reimer, he would be surgically castrated at age two and then raised as a girl, only later to insist that he be called David and restored as a male. The program tells the scie
A gnarled bristlecone tree in the White Mountains of California is the world's most ancient organism -- almost 5000 years old. The program explores the life and times of this sturdy survivor, relating its life to some of the most important historical events the world has ever seen.
An examination of U.S. war capability and the technology of a changing battlefield in a post-Cold War scenario.
Documentary about Cold War politics, focusing on the race to build the first supersonic commercial jet.
Documentary special highlights the science of the frozen past. Includes a journey to the Andes in search of clues to the ancient rite of "capacocha" -- child sacrifice; a journey to Siberia to search for information on the nomadic Pazyrk people who ruled the steppes of Central Asia 2400 years ago; a
Five-part, ten-hour special hosted by journalist Charles Osgood chronicling 20th century science, technology, experimentation and discovery.
Post Production (TV Mini-Series)
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