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Born: November 28, 1943 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Los Angeles, California, USA Profession: Music ...
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Cast (feature film)

1.
Who is Harry Nilsson (And Why is Everybody Talkin' About Him?) (2010)
An exploration of the life and career of the multi-talented singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson. Friends, family and colleagues talk about the troubled and brilliant Nilsson, and home movies and excerpts from his recently discovered oral autobiography are included.
2.
All You Need Is Klaus (2010)
The German Klaus Voormann designed in 1966 the legendary cover of the Beatles album "Revolver." Voormann had met the Beatles in Hamburg, back when nobody knew them yet. The young men became friends and lived together in a commune in London. Klaus Voormann, Ringo Starr and Paul McCartney talk about o
3.
Boys: The Sherman Brothers' Story, The (2009)
Explores Robert B. Sherman & Richard M. Sherman, the Academy Award and Grammy-winning songwriters.
4.
Princess and the Frog, The (2009)
Tiana meets her frog prince and gives him the fateful kiss that leads them both on a journey through the mystical bayous of Louisiana, accompanied by a singing alligator and a lovesick firefly, all motivated by a bit of courage and big dreams.
5.
Leatherheads (2008)
In 1925, Dodge Connolly is a charming, brash football hero who is determined to guide his team from bar brawls to packed stadiums. But after the players lose their sponsor and the entire league faces certain collapse, Dodge convinces a college football star to join his ragtag ranks. The captain ho
6.
Brian Wilson: I Just Wasn't Made for These Times (1995) as Himself
A personal journey into the music of Brian Wilson. From his early years as a composer who defined a musical generation with "The Beach Boys," through the period of his destructive insecurity, emotional illness and drug abuse, to the reemergence of his optimism and artistic vision, Wilson remains, ab
7.
Three Amigos! (1986) as Singing Bush
After three silent movie Western stars get fired, they accept a job in Mexico. Lucky Day, Dusty Bottoms and Ned Nederlander will be doing a show with El Guapo, who they hear is the most famous actor in the country. But when they arrive with the expectation of acting with him and earning good money, they find that the man not only is no actor, he is a ruthless gang leader who is terrorizing a small town. After El Guapo kidnaps the mayor's pretty daughter, the hopes of all the townspeople fall to the three actors to save her and restore their freedom.

Writer (feature film)

8.
Three Amigos! (1986) as Screenwriter
After three silent movie Western stars get fired, they accept a job in Mexico. Lucky Day, Dusty Bottoms and Ned Nederlander will be doing a show with El Guapo, who they hear is the most famous actor in the country. But when they arrive with the expectation of acting with him and earning good money, they find that the man not only is no actor, he is a ruthless gang leader who is terrorizing a small town. After El Guapo kidnaps the mayor's pretty daughter, the hopes of all the townspeople fall to the three actors to save her and restore their freedom.

Music (feature film)

9.
Monsters University (2013)
Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan are an inseparable pair, but that wasn't always the case. When these two mismatched monsters met they couldn't stand each other. This is the story of how Mike and Sulley overcame their differences and became the best of friends.
10.
Monsters University (2013)
Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan are an inseparable pair, but that wasn't always the case. When these two mismatched monsters met they couldn't stand each other. This is the story of how Mike and Sulley overcame their differences and became the best of friends.
11.
Monsters University (2013)
Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan are an inseparable pair, but that wasn't always the case. When these two mismatched monsters met they couldn't stand each other. This is the story of how Mike and Sulley overcame their differences and became the best of friends.
12.
We Bought a Zoo (2011)
Recently-widowed Benjamin Mee moves his family to a beautiful estate outside the city. The catch is that it has a dilapidated zoo with 200 animals, and he must keep the zoo and its staff. So his family sets out to restore the zoo to its former glory.
13.
We Bought a Zoo (2011)
Recently-widowed Benjamin Mee moves his family to a beautiful estate outside the city. The catch is that it has a dilapidated zoo with 200 animals, and he must keep the zoo and its staff. So his family sets out to restore the zoo to its former glory.
14.
Toy Story 3 (2010)
When Andy leaves for university, his toys are accidentally donated to a nursery school where the children do not treat them well, so they plot their escape.
15.
Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (2010)
Percy Jackson discovers his father is Poseidon, that he is invested with supernatural powers and that it is his job to save the world.
16.
Barney's Version (2010)
The story of the politically incorrect Barney Panofsky, who meets the love of his life at his wedding - and she is not the bride. Spanning three decades and two continents, Barney takes us through his long and gloriously full life.
17.
Toy Story 3 (2010)
When Andy leaves for university, his toys are accidentally donated to a nursery school where the children do not treat them well, so they plot their escape.
18.
Toy Story 3 (2010)
When Andy leaves for university, his toys are accidentally donated to a nursery school where the children do not treat them well, so they plot their escape.
19.
Toy Story 3 (2010)
When Andy leaves for university, his toys are accidentally donated to a nursery school where the children do not treat them well, so they plot their escape.
20.
Toy Story 3 (2010)
When Andy leaves for university, his toys are accidentally donated to a nursery school where the children do not treat them well, so they plot their escape.
21.
Princess and the Frog, The (2009)
Tiana meets her frog prince and gives him the fateful kiss that leads them both on a journey through the mystical bayous of Louisiana, accompanied by a singing alligator and a lovesick firefly, all motivated by a bit of courage and big dreams.
22.
My Sister's Keeper (2009)
Sara and Brian Fitzgerald's life with their young son and their two-year-old daughter, Kate, is forever altered when they learn that Kate has leukemia. The parents' only hope is to conceive another child, specifically intended to save Kate's life. For some, such genetic engineering would raise both
23.
Princess and the Frog, The (2009)
Tiana meets her frog prince and gives him the fateful kiss that leads them both on a journey through the mystical bayous of Louisiana, accompanied by a singing alligator and a lovesick firefly, all motivated by a bit of courage and big dreams.
24.
Princess and the Frog, The (2009)
Tiana meets her frog prince and gives him the fateful kiss that leads them both on a journey through the mystical bayous of Louisiana, accompanied by a singing alligator and a lovesick firefly, all motivated by a bit of courage and big dreams.
25.
Leatherheads (2008)
In 1925, Dodge Connolly is a charming, brash football hero who is determined to guide his team from bar brawls to packed stadiums. But after the players lose their sponsor and the entire league faces certain collapse, Dodge convinces a college football star to join his ragtag ranks. The captain ho
26.
Cars (2006)
Follows a group of autos as they travel Route 66.
27.
Cars (2006)
Follows a group of autos as they travel Route 66.
28.
Domino (2005)
The daughter of respected matinee idol Lawrence Harvey and model-turned-socialite Sophie Wynn, Domino Harvey was born into a life of wealth and privilege--a lifestyle that did not interest her. Even from her earliest years, Domino rebelled against convention and the jet set. At the tender age of eight, her beloved father passed away and her mother looked to the stability of boarding school in a misguided attempt to tame her wild child. But nothing could repress Domino's fiery nature--not friendships, not school, not her mother's high society. Even the extraordinary excesses paraded before her during a brief stint at modeling paled in comparison to her own escapades. Not until she stumbled upon a job seminar recruiting aspiring bounty hunters was her thirst for excitement at long last quenched. To Sophie's horror, Domino not only fell in love with the job but also with her fellow adventurers, who over the years would become her family.
29.
Meet the Fockers (2004) as Lyrics ("We'Re Gonna Get Married")
Now that Greg Focker is "in" with his soon-to-be in-laws, Jack and Dina Byrnes, it looks like smooth sailing for him and his fiancée, Pam. But that's before Pam's parents meet Greg's parents, Bernie and Roz Focker. The hyper-relaxed Fockers and the tightly-wound Byrneses are woefully mismatched from the start, and no matter how hard Greg and Pam try, there is just no bringing their families together.
30.
Meet the Fockers (2004) as Original Songs Performer; Song Performer ("We'Re Gonna Get Married"); Song Performer ("Crazy 'Bout My Baby")
Now that Greg Focker is "in" with his soon-to-be in-laws, Jack and Dina Byrnes, it looks like smooth sailing for him and his fiancée, Pam. But that's before Pam's parents meet Greg's parents, Bernie and Roz Focker. The hyper-relaxed Fockers and the tightly-wound Byrneses are woefully mismatched from the start, and no matter how hard Greg and Pam try, there is just no bringing their families together.
31.
Mr. 3000 (2004) as Song Performer ("The Natural - Main Title")
Ten years ago, Stan Ross was a ballplayer blessed with one of the sweetest swings--and one of the worst attitudes--in the league. A man with big talent, a bigger mouth and even bigger ego, he was clealy on his way to becoming a legend. The day he batted his 3,000th hit, assuring him an eventual place in the Hall of Fame, Ross instantly quit the fame, leaving his teammates in the lurch. Never looking back, Ross began his 'Mr. 3000' shopping empire, fueling his self-satisfaction solely with that one magical number. But now, just as Ross is about to be voted at last into the Hall of Fame, an error is discovered--the man who thought he was 'Mr. 3000' is actually 'Mr. 2997.' Three hits shy of the landmark number, Ross has only one choice--get up off the couch, pick up the back and rejoin the Milwaukee Brewers for the most unlikely comeback sports has ever seen. Literally going back to first base, Ross has no idea what he's in for. Out of shape, over the hill and in deep denial, he quickly becomes a joke to the press, the bane of his teammates and a juicy story to Mo Simmons, the tough-minded reporter who once had a memorable fling with Ross back inthe day. But just as Ross thinks it's all about the numbers, he finally begins to see what really counts. Soon the cocky, self-absorbed, ego machine is trying a different tactic: discovering the fun of teamwork, ethics and even falling in love--as he learns the difference between a successful life and a meaninful one.
32.
Meet the Fockers (2004) as Song ("We'Re Gonna Get Married"); Song ("Crazy 'Bout My Baby")
Now that Greg Focker is "in" with his soon-to-be in-laws, Jack and Dina Byrnes, it looks like smooth sailing for him and his fiancée, Pam. But that's before Pam's parents meet Greg's parents, Bernie and Roz Focker. The hyper-relaxed Fockers and the tightly-wound Byrneses are woefully mismatched from the start, and no matter how hard Greg and Pam try, there is just no bringing their families together.
33.
Mr. 3000 (2004) as Song ("The Natural - Main Title")
Ten years ago, Stan Ross was a ballplayer blessed with one of the sweetest swings--and one of the worst attitudes--in the league. A man with big talent, a bigger mouth and even bigger ego, he was clealy on his way to becoming a legend. The day he batted his 3,000th hit, assuring him an eventual place in the Hall of Fame, Ross instantly quit the fame, leaving his teammates in the lurch. Never looking back, Ross began his 'Mr. 3000' shopping empire, fueling his self-satisfaction solely with that one magical number. But now, just as Ross is about to be voted at last into the Hall of Fame, an error is discovered--the man who thought he was 'Mr. 3000' is actually 'Mr. 2997.' Three hits shy of the landmark number, Ross has only one choice--get up off the couch, pick up the back and rejoin the Milwaukee Brewers for the most unlikely comeback sports has ever seen. Literally going back to first base, Ross has no idea what he's in for. Out of shape, over the hill and in deep denial, he quickly becomes a joke to the press, the bane of his teammates and a juicy story to Mo Simmons, the tough-minded reporter who once had a memorable fling with Ross back inthe day. But just as Ross thinks it's all about the numbers, he finally begins to see what really counts. Soon the cocky, self-absorbed, ego machine is trying a different tactic: discovering the fun of teamwork, ethics and even falling in love--as he learns the difference between a successful life and a meaninful one.
34.
Last Shot, The (2004) as Song ("Short People")
A movie shoot is shut down in Providence, Rhode Island as part of a sting operation.
35.
Meet the Fockers (2004) as Original Songs
Now that Greg Focker is "in" with his soon-to-be in-laws, Jack and Dina Byrnes, it looks like smooth sailing for him and his fiancée, Pam. But that's before Pam's parents meet Greg's parents, Bernie and Roz Focker. The hyper-relaxed Fockers and the tightly-wound Byrneses are woefully mismatched from the start, and no matter how hard Greg and Pam try, there is just no bringing their families together.
36.
Meet the Fockers (2004) as Music
Now that Greg Focker is "in" with his soon-to-be in-laws, Jack and Dina Byrnes, it looks like smooth sailing for him and his fiancée, Pam. But that's before Pam's parents meet Greg's parents, Bernie and Roz Focker. The hyper-relaxed Fockers and the tightly-wound Byrneses are woefully mismatched from the start, and no matter how hard Greg and Pam try, there is just no bringing their families together.
37.
Kangaroo Jack (2003) as Song Performer ("The Natural")
Best friends Charlie Carbone and Louis Fucci are both struggling to get ahead in life--but their approaches couldn't be more different. Louis is an optimist as well as a magnet for bad luck. Ever since he saved Charlie's life 20 years ago, Louis has embroiled them in a series of shady get-rich schemes, which has only compounded Charlie's reputation as the ultimate loser in the eyes of his intimidating stepfather, mob boss Sal Maggio. More skeptical and low-profile than Louis, Charlie justs wants to play by the rules, meet the right girl and make a success of his new business, which is tough with Sal skimming all the profits. But when Louis recruits Charlie to help him escort a truckload of stolen televisions across town, they inadvertently lead police straight to Sal's warehouse. Just when it looms like the guys might end up sleeping with the fishes, Sal gives them one last chance at redemption. All they have to do is deliver $50,000 cash to one of Sal's associates in the Australian Outback. But a kangaroo with a plan of his own gets a hold of the cash, forcing Charlie and Louis to track him across the outback before Sal's henchmen send them "down under" permanently.
38.
Kangaroo Jack (2003) as Song ("The Natural")
Best friends Charlie Carbone and Louis Fucci are both struggling to get ahead in life--but their approaches couldn't be more different. Louis is an optimist as well as a magnet for bad luck. Ever since he saved Charlie's life 20 years ago, Louis has embroiled them in a series of shady get-rich schemes, which has only compounded Charlie's reputation as the ultimate loser in the eyes of his intimidating stepfather, mob boss Sal Maggio. More skeptical and low-profile than Louis, Charlie justs wants to play by the rules, meet the right girl and make a success of his new business, which is tough with Sal skimming all the profits. But when Louis recruits Charlie to help him escort a truckload of stolen televisions across town, they inadvertently lead police straight to Sal's warehouse. Just when it looms like the guys might end up sleeping with the fishes, Sal gives them one last chance at redemption. All they have to do is deliver $50,000 cash to one of Sal's associates in the Australian Outback. But a kangaroo with a plan of his own gets a hold of the cash, forcing Charlie and Louis to track him across the outback before Sal's henchmen send them "down under" permanently.
39.
How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003)
Andie Anderson, the how-to girl for Composure Magazine, agrees to write a firsthand account of all the things women do to drive away men; she has to find a guy, make him fall in love with her, then get dumped--all in 10 days. But little does she know that her target, ad agency hottie, Benjamin Barry
40.
Seabiscuit (2003) as Music
In an era when Americans were in great need of heroic figures to help them forget their troubles, SEABISCUIT comes to the rescue. The picture relates a moving story of friendship and devotion in rehabilitating the main characters'fractured lives, as it interweaves the interactions between horse, jockey, trainer and owner and their adoring fans. The film accurately portrays the real people and events of those troubled times and how Seabiscuit "fixed us, every one of us."
41.
Jurassic Park III (2001) as Song Performer ("Big Hat No Cattle")
Anxious to fund research for his new theory of velociraptor intelligence, renowned paleontologist Dr. Alan Grant is persuaded by wealthy adventurer Paul Kirby and his wife Amanda to accompany them on an aerial tour of Isla Sorna. This infamous island, once InGen's site B, has become both a primordial breeding ground for John Hammond's magnificent creations and a magnet for thrill-seekers eager to encounter them. When a tragic accident maroons the party of seven, Grant discovers the true reason his deceptive hosts have invited him along. In their perilous attempt to escape, the dwindling group encounters terrifying new creatures undisclosed by InGen and Grant is forced to learn the dreadful implications of his raptor intelligence theory firsthand.
42.
Jurassic Park III (2001) as Song
Anxious to fund research for his new theory of velociraptor intelligence, renowned paleontologist Dr. Alan Grant is persuaded by wealthy adventurer Paul Kirby and his wife Amanda to accompany them on an aerial tour of Isla Sorna. This infamous island, once InGen's site B, has become both a primordial breeding ground for John Hammond's magnificent creations and a magnet for thrill-seekers eager to encounter them. When a tragic accident maroons the party of seven, Grant discovers the true reason his deceptive hosts have invited him along. In their perilous attempt to escape, the dwindling group encounters terrifying new creatures undisclosed by InGen and Grant is forced to learn the dreadful implications of his raptor intelligence theory firsthand.
43.
Monsters, Inc. (2001) as Song; Song Producer ("If I Didn'T Have You")
A comedy set in a surreal realm, where chaos ensues after a hapless monster lets a human child into the secret world by mistake.
44.
Monsters, Inc. (2001) as Music
A comedy set in a surreal realm, where chaos ensues after a hapless monster lets a human child into the secret world by mistake.
45.
Meet the Parents (2000) as Song Performer ("Poor Me" "Got My Mojo Working")
Greg Focker is head over heels in love with his girlfriend Pam, and is ready to pop the big question. Greg realizes the key to Pam's hand in marriage lies with her formidable father, Jack Byrnes. A trip to New York for her sister's wedding seems just the right occasion for Greg to ask Pam to be his wife. But everything that could possibly go wrong, does. Upon his arrival at the family's picturesque home, Greg is greeted by what appears to be the picture-perfect family. But for a guy who usually resorts to dry wit in stressful situations, Greg is suddenly shooting blanks with Jack, a retired horticulturist--and rather imposing figure. No one is good enough for Jack's first-born daughter, and the fact that Greg is a cat-hating male nurse with a vulgar-sounding last name is not helping things at all. While Greg bends over backwards to try and make a good impression, his weekend begins with lost luggage at the airport and turns into a series of disasters.
46.
Meet the Parents (2000) as Song/Song Producer & Performer ("A Fool In Love")
Greg Focker is head over heels in love with his girlfriend Pam, and is ready to pop the big question. Greg realizes the key to Pam's hand in marriage lies with her formidable father, Jack Byrnes. A trip to New York for her sister's wedding seems just the right occasion for Greg to ask Pam to be his wife. But everything that could possibly go wrong, does. Upon his arrival at the family's picturesque home, Greg is greeted by what appears to be the picture-perfect family. But for a guy who usually resorts to dry wit in stressful situations, Greg is suddenly shooting blanks with Jack, a retired horticulturist--and rather imposing figure. No one is good enough for Jack's first-born daughter, and the fact that Greg is a cat-hating male nurse with a vulgar-sounding last name is not helping things at all. While Greg bends over backwards to try and make a good impression, his weekend begins with lost luggage at the airport and turns into a series of disasters.
47.
Meet the Parents (2000)
Greg Focker is head over heels in love with his girlfriend Pam, and is ready to pop the big question. Greg realizes the key to Pam's hand in marriage lies with her formidable father, Jack Byrnes. A trip to New York for her sister's wedding seems just the right occasion for Greg to ask Pam to be his wife. But everything that could possibly go wrong, does. Upon his arrival at the family's picturesque home, Greg is greeted by what appears to be the picture-perfect family. But for a guy who usually resorts to dry wit in stressful situations, Greg is suddenly shooting blanks with Jack, a retired horticulturist--and rather imposing figure. No one is good enough for Jack's first-born daughter, and the fact that Greg is a cat-hating male nurse with a vulgar-sounding last name is not helping things at all. While Greg bends over backwards to try and make a good impression, his weekend begins with lost luggage at the airport and turns into a series of disasters.
48.
Meet the Parents (2000) as Music
Greg Focker is head over heels in love with his girlfriend Pam, and is ready to pop the big question. Greg realizes the key to Pam's hand in marriage lies with her formidable father, Jack Byrnes. A trip to New York for her sister's wedding seems just the right occasion for Greg to ask Pam to be his wife. But everything that could possibly go wrong, does. Upon his arrival at the family's picturesque home, Greg is greeted by what appears to be the picture-perfect family. But for a guy who usually resorts to dry wit in stressful situations, Greg is suddenly shooting blanks with Jack, a retired horticulturist--and rather imposing figure. No one is good enough for Jack's first-born daughter, and the fact that Greg is a cat-hating male nurse with a vulgar-sounding last name is not helping things at all. While Greg bends over backwards to try and make a good impression, his weekend begins with lost luggage at the airport and turns into a series of disasters.
49.
Blast From the Past (1999) as Song Performer ("Political Science")
In the early 1960s, America was in the grip of Cold War paranoia. Calvin Webber was more paranoid than most and built his family a huge bomb shelter. Mistaking a plane crash for a nuclear attack, he moved his family to the shelter, where son Adam was born and spent the first 30 years of his life. When Adam finally emerges, he knows nothing of the contemporary world. He is a man out of time. Then he meets Eve: young, feisty and cynical, she is definitely a woman of her time. But the more Eve watches Adam's innocence and incomprehension of the strange world around him, the more she begins to find herself falling in love.
50.
Blast From the Past (1999) as Song
In the early 1960s, America was in the grip of Cold War paranoia. Calvin Webber was more paranoid than most and built his family a huge bomb shelter. Mistaking a plane crash for a nuclear attack, he moved his family to the shelter, where son Adam was born and spent the first 30 years of his life. When Adam finally emerges, he knows nothing of the contemporary world. He is a man out of time. Then he meets Eve: young, feisty and cynical, she is definitely a woman of her time. But the more Eve watches Adam's innocence and incomprehension of the strange world around him, the more she begins to find herself falling in love.
51.
Ed TV (1999) as Song ("Mama Told Me Not To Come")
An avid tv watcher wins a contest and the following months in his life are chronicled by a camera crew, minute by minute. To begin with, video store clerk Ed welcomes the attention, and the show is saving the cable station that gambled on its success. But gradually, as his family and friends become celebrities too, Ed finds a downside to his fame. He becomes estranged from his brother, encounters the father who left his family years before, and rifts emerge between his mother and her husband.
52.
Toy Story 2 (1999) as Songs ("Woody'S Roundup (Theme Song)" "When She Loves Me" "You'Ve Got A Friend In Me")
The adventures of toys Woody and Buzz Lightyear continue when their owner Andy goes off to summer camp, leaving them to their own devices. Things take a bad turn when an obsessive toy collector kidnaps Woody because he is a highly valuable collector's item. Buzz Lightyear, Mr. Potato Head, Slinky Do
53.
Toy Story 2 (1999)
The adventures of toys Woody and Buzz Lightyear continue when their owner Andy goes off to summer camp, leaving them to their own devices. Things take a bad turn when an obsessive toy collector kidnaps Woody because he is a highly valuable collector's item. Buzz Lightyear, Mr. Potato Head, Slinky Do
54.
Toy Story 2 (1999) as Music
The adventures of toys Woody and Buzz Lightyear continue when their owner Andy goes off to summer camp, leaving them to their own devices. Things take a bad turn when an obsessive toy collector kidnaps Woody because he is a highly valuable collector's item. Buzz Lightyear, Mr. Potato Head, Slinky Do
55.
You've Got Mail (1998) as Song Performer ("Lonely At The Top")
Kathleen Kelly owns a small children's book store, but is coming under competition from Joe Fox's giant Fox Books, a megastore with a cafe and discounted books. The two become arch rivals, without realising that the romance they are conducting anonymously on the internet is with each other.
56.
Bug's Life, A (1998) as Song Performer ("The Time Of Your Life")
A misfit ant goes on a mission to save his colony from grasshoppers and recruits a collection of inept circus bugs to help him.
57.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (1998) as Song ("Mama Told Me Not To Come")
Journalist Raoul Duke and his lawyer Dr Gonzo drive from LA to Las Vegas on a drugs binge. They nominally cover news stories, including a convention on drug abuse, but also sink deeper into a frightening psychedelic otherworld. As Vietnam, Altamont and the Tate killings impinge from the world of TV
58.
You've Got Mail (1998) as Song
Kathleen Kelly owns a small children's book store, but is coming under competition from Joe Fox's giant Fox Books, a megastore with a cafe and discounted books. The two become arch rivals, without realising that the romance they are conducting anonymously on the internet is with each other.
59.
Paulie (1998) as Song ("Marie")
If you want to know what's on Paulie's mind, just ask him. But you'd better be prepared for the answer. He doesn't know how to lie, and his biting wit may ruffle a few feathers...including his own. Paulie is a parrot who can speak, not mimic, but actually converse. The problem is that though he's learned to talk, he doesn't always know when to shut up, and he comes to find out that there are times when talking can get you into trouble. Paulie's first owner--and first love--is a little girl named Marie who raises him from a baby. Helping Marie overcome a painful stutter gives Paulie the gift of gab, but doesn't prevent her parents from sending him away when they feel she is becoming too attached to him. Undeterred, the loyal little parrot begins a tenacious cross-country search to find his young owner. Along the way, Paulie has some remarkable encounters with a unique cross-section of people, some who want to help and some who see the extraordinary bird as a means to their own ends.
60.
Bug's Life, A (1998) as Song
A misfit ant goes on a mission to save his colony from grasshoppers and recruits a collection of inept circus bugs to help him.
61.
Babe 2: Pig in the City (1998)
In this sequel, Babe, Ferdy and Mrs. Hoggett venture to the big city, where despite incredible obstacles, they're able to raise enough money to save the farm. Once again, it's Babe's kind and steady heart that achieves miracles.
62.
Bug's Life, A (1998) as Music
A misfit ant goes on a mission to save his colony from grasshoppers and recruits a collection of inept circus bugs to help him.
63.
Pleasantville (1998) as Music
Pleasantville is a 1950s sitcom enjoying cult status on a contemporary cable channel. David loves it, but his sister Jennifer is too hip. When a mysterious TV repairman gives them a new remote control, the pair are transported into the world of Pleasantville like it or not. They find themselves trapped in an alternate reality where the town exists in black and white--in a white bread world without passion or violence. But the teenagers have also brought an unexpected--and double-edged--gift to Pleasantville: a sense of possibility that spreads like wildfire throughout the town. There can be no turning back once the citizens begin experiencing such strange wonders as sex, art, rain, and ideas. First it is a red rose, a blade of green grass, eyes turn hazel... flesh tones shock and anger with their beauty. Gradually, the infection spreads Pleasantville becomes divided--rife for the first time with stark differences as it attempts to grasp the kaleidoscopic new world before it.
64.
Volcano (1997) as Song Performer ("I Love La")
Los Angeles. It is perhaps best known as the entertainment capital of the world--a sun-kissed golden metropolis of glitz and glamour. To others it represents something very different. Millions more recognize The City of Angels as the unwilling epicenter of virtually every natural disaster--including earthquakes, firestorms and mudslides. Now the city which has become almost a byword for disaster is about to experience its most cataclysmic event ever, one that will ultimately test its ability to survive. A vent in the earth's crust has unleashed an incredible force of nature. The literally earth-shattering product: an erupting Volcano... and ground zero is L.A.'s famed La Brea Tar Pits. An unprepared Los Angeles is facing its worst nightmare as an endless stream of fiery, deadly lava insidiously creeps across traffic-choked streets while wreaking havoc below ground in the labyrinth of man-made natural tunnels.
65.
Bean (1997) as Song Performer ("I Love Ya")
An average man who lives alone, dresses in a jacket and tie, and relates to children better than adults, Mr Bean finds himself in a series of catastrophes of his own creation. As the caretaker of Britain's Royal National Gallery, he is sent to the Grierson Gallery in Los Angeles to accompany "Whistl
66.
Cats Don't Dance (1997) as Songs
A talented cat dreams of making it big in Hollywood in the charming animated musical "Cats Don't Dance" (1997). A cat named Danny has what it takes to be a star, but in a world where animals are only given animal parts, it's going to be an uphill battle. Luckily, Danny has a can-do spirit and lots of colorful friends to help him out. A fun and funny adventure featuring the voices of Scott Bakula, Jasmine Guy and Natalie Cole.
67.
Bean (1997) as Song
An average man who lives alone, dresses in a jacket and tie, and relates to children better than adults, Mr Bean finds himself in a series of catastrophes of his own creation. As the caretaker of Britain's Royal National Gallery, he is sent to the Grierson Gallery in Los Angeles to accompany "Whistl
68.
G.I. Jane (1997) as Song ("Mama Told Me Not To Come")
Navy Intelligence officer Lt Jordan O'Neil becomes a test case when she is recruited to become the first woman allowed to train for the covert operations unit known as the Navy SEALS. She is not expected to succeed and many high ranking military and government officials, including Senator Lillian DeHaven, are counting on her to fail. O'Neil persists, and when the recruit's final training exercise is diverted to aid and rescue American troops in the Middle East, the Master Chief is wounded and O'Neil must summon all her leadership abilities to save him and the mission.
69.
Volcano (1997) as Song
Los Angeles. It is perhaps best known as the entertainment capital of the world--a sun-kissed golden metropolis of glitz and glamour. To others it represents something very different. Millions more recognize The City of Angels as the unwilling epicenter of virtually every natural disaster--including earthquakes, firestorms and mudslides. Now the city which has become almost a byword for disaster is about to experience its most cataclysmic event ever, one that will ultimately test its ability to survive. A vent in the earth's crust has unleashed an incredible force of nature. The literally earth-shattering product: an erupting Volcano... and ground zero is L.A.'s famed La Brea Tar Pits. An unprepared Los Angeles is facing its worst nightmare as an endless stream of fiery, deadly lava insidiously creeps across traffic-choked streets while wreaking havoc below ground in the labyrinth of man-made natural tunnels.
70.
Michael (1996) as Song Performer ("Heaven Is My Home")
When rumor of Michael's existence reaches the National Mirror, washed-up journalist Frank Quinlan smells a page-one scoop. True or not, it's his job to track down this alleged angel, and bring him back to Chicago in time for Christmas. But his fiesty boss won't let him go alone. He sends Quinlan on assignment with angel expert Dorothy Winters and Huey Driscoll, another jaded reporter who would have been canned years ago had he not rescued Sparky, a mongrel that has become famous as the paper's prized mascot. As the trio travels to Iowa, each believes the trip is a colossal hoax until they come face-to-feather with Michael. He smells like cookies, acts like a playboy and tosses off miracles when everyone least expects them. As Quinlan and Dorothy search for the incontrovertible proof they need not to believe in Michael, Michael sets out against all odds to get Dorothy and Quinlan to believe in each other.
71.
Michael (1996) as Song; Song ("Feels Like Home")
When rumor of Michael's existence reaches the National Mirror, washed-up journalist Frank Quinlan smells a page-one scoop. True or not, it's his job to track down this alleged angel, and bring him back to Chicago in time for Christmas. But his fiesty boss won't let him go alone. He sends Quinlan on assignment with angel expert Dorothy Winters and Huey Driscoll, another jaded reporter who would have been canned years ago had he not rescued Sparky, a mongrel that has become famous as the paper's prized mascot. As the trio travels to Iowa, each believes the trip is a colossal hoax until they come face-to-feather with Michael. He smells like cookies, acts like a playboy and tosses off miracles when everyone least expects them. As Quinlan and Dorothy search for the incontrovertible proof they need not to believe in Michael, Michael sets out against all odds to get Dorothy and Quinlan to believe in each other.
72.
James and the Giant Peach (1996) as Original Songs
James, a lonely orphan, is sent to live with his wicked and greedy Aunts Spiker and Sponge. Unwanted and forced to perform their menial chores, the boy dreams about going to New York City--a place, his father once told him, where dreams come true. Then James meets a mysterious old man who gives him a bag of magical glowing green things (crocodile tongues) and tells him that marvelous things will happen. Racing home, James accidentally spills the contents of the bag at the base of a barren old peach tree. To his astonishment, a peach instantly appears on the branch and grows and grows until it reaches 20 feet in diameter. Hungry and curious, James sneaks out that evening and takes a bite of the peach. When a glowing tunnel appears, the frightened boy ventures inside and meets Centipede, Earthworm, Ladybug, Glowworm, Grasshopper and Miss Spider. Rolling out to sea, the giant peach launches its passengers on a series of wildly imaginative adventures with New York City as their final destination.
73.
Michael (1996) as Orchestra Conductor
When rumor of Michael's existence reaches the National Mirror, washed-up journalist Frank Quinlan smells a page-one scoop. True or not, it's his job to track down this alleged angel, and bring him back to Chicago in time for Christmas. But his fiesty boss won't let him go alone. He sends Quinlan on assignment with angel expert Dorothy Winters and Huey Driscoll, another jaded reporter who would have been canned years ago had he not rescued Sparky, a mongrel that has become famous as the paper's prized mascot. As the trio travels to Iowa, each believes the trip is a colossal hoax until they come face-to-feather with Michael. He smells like cookies, acts like a playboy and tosses off miracles when everyone least expects them. As Quinlan and Dorothy search for the incontrovertible proof they need not to believe in Michael, Michael sets out against all odds to get Dorothy and Quinlan to believe in each other.
74.
Michael (1996)
When rumor of Michael's existence reaches the National Mirror, washed-up journalist Frank Quinlan smells a page-one scoop. True or not, it's his job to track down this alleged angel, and bring him back to Chicago in time for Christmas. But his fiesty boss won't let him go alone. He sends Quinlan on assignment with angel expert Dorothy Winters and Huey Driscoll, another jaded reporter who would have been canned years ago had he not rescued Sparky, a mongrel that has become famous as the paper's prized mascot. As the trio travels to Iowa, each believes the trip is a colossal hoax until they come face-to-feather with Michael. He smells like cookies, acts like a playboy and tosses off miracles when everyone least expects them. As Quinlan and Dorothy search for the incontrovertible proof they need not to believe in Michael, Michael sets out against all odds to get Dorothy and Quinlan to believe in each other.
75.
James and the Giant Peach (1996)
James, a lonely orphan, is sent to live with his wicked and greedy Aunts Spiker and Sponge. Unwanted and forced to perform their menial chores, the boy dreams about going to New York City--a place, his father once told him, where dreams come true. Then James meets a mysterious old man who gives him a bag of magical glowing green things (crocodile tongues) and tells him that marvelous things will happen. Racing home, James accidentally spills the contents of the bag at the base of a barren old peach tree. To his astonishment, a peach instantly appears on the branch and grows and grows until it reaches 20 feet in diameter. Hungry and curious, James sneaks out that evening and takes a bite of the peach. When a glowing tunnel appears, the frightened boy ventures inside and meets Centipede, Earthworm, Ladybug, Glowworm, Grasshopper and Miss Spider. Rolling out to sea, the giant peach launches its passengers on a series of wildly imaginative adventures with New York City as their final destination.
76.
Michael (1996) as Music
When rumor of Michael's existence reaches the National Mirror, washed-up journalist Frank Quinlan smells a page-one scoop. True or not, it's his job to track down this alleged angel, and bring him back to Chicago in time for Christmas. But his fiesty boss won't let him go alone. He sends Quinlan on assignment with angel expert Dorothy Winters and Huey Driscoll, another jaded reporter who would have been canned years ago had he not rescued Sparky, a mongrel that has become famous as the paper's prized mascot. As the trio travels to Iowa, each believes the trip is a colossal hoax until they come face-to-feather with Michael. He smells like cookies, acts like a playboy and tosses off miracles when everyone least expects them. As Quinlan and Dorothy search for the incontrovertible proof they need not to believe in Michael, Michael sets out against all odds to get Dorothy and Quinlan to believe in each other.
77.
James and the Giant Peach (1996) as Music
James, a lonely orphan, is sent to live with his wicked and greedy Aunts Spiker and Sponge. Unwanted and forced to perform their menial chores, the boy dreams about going to New York City--a place, his father once told him, where dreams come true. Then James meets a mysterious old man who gives him a bag of magical glowing green things (crocodile tongues) and tells him that marvelous things will happen. Racing home, James accidentally spills the contents of the bag at the base of a barren old peach tree. To his astonishment, a peach instantly appears on the branch and grows and grows until it reaches 20 feet in diameter. Hungry and curious, James sneaks out that evening and takes a bite of the peach. When a glowing tunnel appears, the frightened boy ventures inside and meets Centipede, Earthworm, Ladybug, Glowworm, Grasshopper and Miss Spider. Rolling out to sea, the giant peach launches its passengers on a series of wildly imaginative adventures with New York City as their final destination.
78.
Toy Story (1995) as Song Performer ("You'Ve Got A Friend In Me")
Woody, a traditional pull-string talking cowboy, has long enjoyed a place of honor as the favorite among six-year-old Andy's menagerie of toys. Quick to calm their anxieties about being replaced by newer arrivals, Woody finds his own confidence shaken, and his status as top toy in jeopardy, upon the
79.
Toy Story (1995) as Song Producer ("You'Ve Got A Friend In Me"); Songs
Woody, a traditional pull-string talking cowboy, has long enjoyed a place of honor as the favorite among six-year-old Andy's menagerie of toys. Quick to calm their anxieties about being replaced by newer arrivals, Woody finds his own confidence shaken, and his status as top toy in jeopardy, upon the
80.
Toy Story (1995)
Woody, a traditional pull-string talking cowboy, has long enjoyed a place of honor as the favorite among six-year-old Andy's menagerie of toys. Quick to calm their anxieties about being replaced by newer arrivals, Woody finds his own confidence shaken, and his status as top toy in jeopardy, upon the
81.
Toy Story (1995) as Music
Woody, a traditional pull-string talking cowboy, has long enjoyed a place of honor as the favorite among six-year-old Andy's menagerie of toys. Quick to calm their anxieties about being replaced by newer arrivals, Woody finds his own confidence shaken, and his status as top toy in jeopardy, upon the
82.
Maverick (1994) as Song Performer ("Ride Gambler Ride")
A Western gambler tries to raise the entry fee for a high-stakes poker game.
83.
Paper, The (1994) as Song Performer
Workaholic New York City tabloid editor Henry Hackett loves the adrenaline rush his job gives him, but the long hours and lousy salary are starting to grate on his wife Martha. With the paper facing cutbacks and his wife pregnant, Hackett contemplates taking a more sedate job with a more respectable
84.
Forrest Gump (1994) as Song Performer ("Mr. President (Have Pity On The Working Man)")
A mentally challenged man stumbles through formative events in U.S. history.
85.
Little Rascals, The (1994) as Song Performer ("Short People")
A group of young boys encounter a problem when one of their own falls for a girl and is no longer able to help out with a go-cart race.
86.
Forrest Gump (1994) as Song
A mentally challenged man stumbles through formative events in U.S. history.
87.
Paper, The (1994) as Song; Song Producer ("Make Up Your Mind")
Workaholic New York City tabloid editor Henry Hackett loves the adrenaline rush his job gives him, but the long hours and lousy salary are starting to grate on his wife Martha. With the paper facing cutbacks and his wife pregnant, Hackett contemplates taking a more sedate job with a more respectable
88.
Maverick (1994) as Song
A Western gambler tries to raise the entry fee for a high-stakes poker game.
89.
Little Rascals, The (1994) as Song
A group of young boys encounter a problem when one of their own falls for a girl and is no longer able to help out with a go-cart race.
90.
Maverick (1994) as Music
A Western gambler tries to raise the entry fee for a high-stakes poker game.
91.
Paper, The (1994) as Music
Workaholic New York City tabloid editor Henry Hackett loves the adrenaline rush his job gives him, but the long hours and lousy salary are starting to grate on his wife Martha. With the paper facing cutbacks and his wife pregnant, Hackett contemplates taking a more sedate job with a more respectable
92.
Malice (1993) as Song ("Mamma Told Me Not To Come")
In a small New England college town, a surgeon, a college dean and his wife become inextricably drawn together into a web of intrigue.
93.
Awakenings (1990) as Music
A doctor's experiments bring a group of comatose patients back to consciousness.
94.
Avalon (1990) as Music
A Polish-Jewish family try to make a better future for themselves in the United States.
95.
Her Alibi (1989) as Song Performer ("Falling In Love")
A detective writer vouches for a alibi of a girl accused of murder, thinking she's innocent. However, as time goes on, he begins to doubt himself while he falls in love with her.
96.
Her Alibi (1989) as Song
A detective writer vouches for a alibi of a girl accused of murder, thinking she's innocent. However, as time goes on, he begins to doubt himself while he falls in love with her.
97.
Parenthood (1989) as Music
An extended family's members struggle to forget their differences and come together.
98.
Shag: The Movie (1988) as Song Performer ("I'M In Love Again")
The adventures of four young women in South Carolina in 1963.
99.
The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (1988) as Song Performer ("I Love La")
A dumb cop tries to thwart a plot to assassinate Queen Elizabeth.
100.
Tricks of the Trade (1988)
Two women are involved with a man who is murdered -- his pampered wife and a prostitute with whom he has been having a passionate affair. When they become targets themselves, they join forces to uncover the murdered man's obvious double life and find his killer.
101.
Beaches (1988) as Song ("I Think It'S Going To Rain")
Childhood friends share their triumphs and tragedies through the years.
102.
The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (1988) as Song
A dumb cop tries to thwart a plot to assassinate Queen Elizabeth.
103.
Surrender (1987) as Song Performer ("Its Money That I Love")
The story of a commercial artist and the various romantic entanglements in her life.
104.
Overboard (1987) as Song Performer ("Something Special")
A small-town carpenter convinces a shipwrecked heiress with amnesia that she's his wife.
105.
Harry And The Hendersons (1987) as Song Performer ("Short People")
After Mr. Henderson's car accidentally hits Harry, his life is turned upside down as he and his family make friends with the real-life Bigfoot.
106.
Harry And The Hendersons (1987) as Song
After Mr. Henderson's car accidentally hits Harry, his life is turned upside down as he and his family make friends with the real-life Bigfoot.
107.
Overboard (1987) as Song
A small-town carpenter convinces a shipwrecked heiress with amnesia that she's his wife.
108.
Surrender (1987) as Song
The story of a commercial artist and the various romantic entanglements in her life.
109.
Fatherland (1986) as Song Performer ("Guilty")
A writer of protest songs is expelled from East Germany to West Germany.
110.
Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986) as Song Performer ("I Love L A")
Jerry is a homeless man who decides to commit suicide by drowning himself in the Whiteman's Beverly Hills swimming pool. After Mr. Whiteman rescues him, Jerry's presence has an impact on the dysfunctional family's lifestyle.
111.
9 1/2 Weeks (1986) as Song ("You Can Leave Your Hat On")
Kim Basinger and Mickey Rourke court passion, obsession and manipulation in "9 ½ Weeks" (1986), a stylish and erotic drama about two isolated people drawn together by a chance meeting. Director Adrian Lyne dives deep into the psychology of the characters, resulting in a piece that is as emotional as it is sexual. This expanded edition includes footage not seen in the original U.S. theatrical release.
112.
Three Amigos! (1986) as Songs; Songs ("The Ballad Of The Three Amigos" "My Little Buttercup" "Blue Shadows")
After three silent movie Western stars get fired, they accept a job in Mexico. Lucky Day, Dusty Bottoms and Ned Nederlander will be doing a show with El Guapo, who they hear is the most famous actor in the country. But when they arrive with the expectation of acting with him and earning good money, they find that the man not only is no actor, he is a ruthless gang leader who is terrorizing a small town. After El Guapo kidnaps the mayor's pretty daughter, the hopes of all the townspeople fall to the three actors to save her and restore their freedom.
113.
Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986) as Song
Jerry is a homeless man who decides to commit suicide by drowning himself in the Whiteman's Beverly Hills swimming pool. After Mr. Whiteman rescues him, Jerry's presence has an impact on the dysfunctional family's lifestyle.
114.
April Fool's Day (1986) as Song ("Mama Told Me (Not To Come)")
115.
Mr. Love (1986) as Song ("Naked Man")
116.
Fatherland (1986) as Song
A writer of protest songs is expelled from East Germany to West Germany.
117.
After Hours (1985) as Song Arranger ("Is That All There Is?")
A slightly nerdy yuppie ends up going to SoHo one night for what he hopes will be a nice date, but ends up getting caught up in one weird turn of events after another with a menagerie of oddball characters. Soon, he finds himself the accused suspect in a string of burglaries in the neighborhood, bec
118.
Darlin' Clementine (1985) as Theme Song Performer
A tale set amidst the historic California gold rush of 1849, deals with Clementine, an awkward young lady who is the only female in town, making her fair game for romance among the local miners.
119.
Huey Long (1985) as Additional Music
120.
The Natural (1984) as Music
An overaged baseball player comes out of nowhere to save his team.
121.
Love and Money (1982) as Song ("I Don'T Want To Hear It Anymore")
An investment planner who is bored with his job and his girlfriend is given the opportunity to help open a new firm in South America and accepts the offer. Once in the new country, he finds himself dealing with dictators and revolutionaries during a time of intense political upheaval, and to complicate his life further, he begins an affair with his new employer's wife.
122.
Ragtime (1981) as Music
A proud black musician rebels against racism in turn-of-the-century New York.
123.
Life and Assassination of the Kingfish, The (1977)
A lavishly detailed dramatization of the events leading up to the 1935 assassination of Huey Long, Louisiana's Depression-era governor and U.S. Senator. An Emmy Award nomination went to Ric Waite for his cinematography.
124.
Cold Turkey (1971) as Music
Small-town residents try to quit smoking for a cash reward.
125.
Cold Turkey (1971) as Composer
Small-town residents try to quit smoking for a cash reward.
126.
The Pursuit of Happiness (1971) as Composer
A student goes on the run to evade a sentence for vehicular manslaughter.
127.
Performance (1970) as Music Director
A wounded mobster holes up in a reclusive rock star's decaying mansion.
128.
Tony Rome (1967) as Composer
When a wealthy girl is found unconscious in a seedy Miami motel room, a private investigator is hired by her father to solve the crime.
129.
The Lively Set (1964) as Composer
Casey Owens (James Darren), a young mechanic, has developed a design for a turbine car engine, paving the way for a jet-powered auto certain to set a new land speed record. Wealthy playboy Stanford Rogers (Peter Mann) hires Casey to build the car for him to race in the Tri-State Endurance Run. Chuck Manning (Doug McClure), an engineering student Casey met in a drag race, discovers potential flaws in the car's design. After an unsuccessful test run, Rogers abandons the turbine-powered car for a traditional racing model, but Casey and Chuck rework the turbine vehicle to compete with Rogers in the endurance run. Pamela Tiffin plays Eadie, Chuck's sister who becomes Casey's love interest.

Cast (special)

130.
People Speak, The (2009)
Based on Howard Zinn's book "A People's History of the United States," which presents American history from a young person's point of view. This mini-series will feature music and readings based on America's struggles with race, class, war and women's rights.
131.
73rd Annual Academy Awards, The (2001)
Live coverage of the 73rd annual Academy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
132.
2000 Billboard Music Awards, The (2000) as Recipient
Live coverage of the 2000 Billboard Music Awards presentation from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
133.
72nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation (2000)
Live coverage of the 72nd annual Academy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
134.
Great Streets (2000) as Host ("Sunset Boulevard")
Documentary that highlights five of the world's best-known thoroughfares: Sunset Boulevard; Venice's Grand Canal; Manhattan's Fifth Avenue; Paris' Champs Elysee; and Edinburgh's Royal Mile.
135.
Inside Hollywood: The Pictures, the People, the Academy Awards (1999)
Interviews with Oscar nominees and a behind-the-scenes look at preparations for Oscar night.
136.
71st Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1999)
Live coverage of the 71st Annual Academy Awards Presentation from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles.
137.
1997 Miss USA Pageant, The (1997)
Live broadcast of the 1997 Miss USA Pageant from Shreveport, Louisiana, the 46th annual presentation of this event.
138.
VH1 Presents the '70s (1996)
Five-part retrospective of the popular music of the 1970s.
139.
68th Annual Academy Awards, The (1996)
Live presentation of the 68th annual Academy Awards.
140.
Hollywood Soundtrack Story, The (1995) as Narration
Documentary tracing the use of music in feature films encompassing a wide variety of genres, from the earliest days as an enhancer of the cinematic experience.
141.
Hollywood Soundtrack Story, The (1995) as Host
Documentary tracing the use of music in feature films encompassing a wide variety of genres, from the earliest days as an enhancer of the cinematic experience.
142.
67th Annual Academy Awards, The (1995) as Performer
A live presentation of the 67th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, honoring achievements in motion pictures released during 1994.
143.
For Our Children: The Concert (1993)
Broadcast of a concert benefit for the Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
144.
Rolling Stone Magazine's 20 Years of Rock 'n' Roll (1987)
The excitement of rock 'n' roll superstars in performance, with exclusive interviews and rare film footage of legendary performers, are featured in this special which salutes the 20th anniversary of Rolling Stone Magazine. The changes in musical styles and the historic festivals are included in the
145.
Funny, You Don't Look 200 (1987)
A variety special saluting the bicentennial of the adoption of the Constitution of the United States. An all-star cast strives to communicate the spirit of that document through a compilation of scenes, monologues, animation, and music.
146.
Randy Newman at the Odeon (1983) as Host
A concert by Randy Newman taped at New York's Odeon Restaurant.

Music (special)

147.
Mr. Warmth: The Don Rickles Project (2007)
A portrait of comedian Don Rickles who continues to entertain us at age 81.
148.
74th Annual Academy Awards, The (2002) as Song ("If I Didn'T Have You")
Seventh-fourth annual presentation of the Academy Awards by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences from the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland.
149.
73rd Annual Academy Awards, The (2001) as Song Performer ("A Fool In Love")
Live coverage of the 73rd annual Academy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
150.
72nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation (2000) as Song Performer ("When She Loved Me")
Live coverage of the 72nd annual Academy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
151.
72nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation (2000) as Song ("When She Loved Med")
Live coverage of the 72nd annual Academy Awards presentation from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California.
152.
71st Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1999) as Song Performer ("That'Ll Do")
Live coverage of the 71st Annual Academy Awards Presentation from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles.
153.
Robert Zemeckis on Smoking, Drinking and Drugging in the 20th Century: In Pursuit of Happiness (1999) as Song ("Mama Told Me Not To Go")
A feature-length documentary on smoking, drinking and drugging in the 20th century. Through interviews with historians and professionals in the drug treatment field interspersed with film clips, filmmaker Robert Zemeckis delves into the history of America's relationship with mind-altering substances
154.
Sports Illustrated's 20th Century Sports Awards (1999) as Opening Title Theme
Live coverage of an awards event commemorating sports in the 20th century, from Madison Square Garden in New York City. Celebrities of the entertainment world salute the century's most exceptional stars of the sports world.
155.
1997 Miss USA Pageant, The (1997) as Song Performer ("Louisiana")
Live broadcast of the 1997 Miss USA Pageant from Shreveport, Louisiana, the 46th annual presentation of this event.
156.
Disney's Scott Hamilton: Upside Down (1997) as Song ("You'Ve Got A Friend In Me")
Scott Hamilton headlines an ice-skating special featuring other skating celebrities. Includes a personal interview with Hamilton and an on-ice tribute to some of film's legendary figures.
157.
68th Annual Academy Awards, The (1996) as Song Performer ("You'Ve Got A Friend")
Live presentation of the 68th annual Academy Awards.
158.
68th Annual Academy Awards, The (1996) as Song ("You'Ve Got A Friend")
Live presentation of the 68th annual Academy Awards.
159.
67th Annual Academy Awards, The (1995) as Song Performer ("Make Up Your Mind")
A live presentation of the 67th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, honoring achievements in motion pictures released during 1994.
160.
Music in Movies '95 (1995) as Song Performer ("You'Ve Got A Friend In Me")
Showcase of music videos from the films of 1995.
161.
For Our Children: The Concert (1993) as Song Performer ("I'Ve Been Working On The Railroad")
Broadcast of a concert benefit for the Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
162.
Louisiana Boys: Raised on Politics (1992) as Song Performer ("Kingfish")
A documentary about the special character of Louisiana's political history for the last 60 years. Includes newsreel clips, home movies and early television advertisements of Louisiana's politicians.
163.
Diamonds on the Silver Screen (1992) as Music ("The Natural")
A documentary tracing how the sport of baseball has been depicted in Hollywood films.
164.
62nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1990) as Song Performer ("I Love To See You Smile")
Live coverage of the sixty-second annual Academy Awards ceremony from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles. Portions of the ceremony were beamed via satellite to Moscow, London, Tokyo, Sydney, and Buenos Aires.
165.
62nd Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1990) as Song
Live coverage of the sixty-second annual Academy Awards ceremony from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles. Portions of the ceremony were beamed via satellite to Moscow, London, Tokyo, Sydney, and Buenos Aires.
166.
Funny, You Don't Look 200 (1987) as Song Performer ("Follow That Flag")
A variety special saluting the bicentennial of the adoption of the Constitution of the United States. An all-star cast strives to communicate the spirit of that document through a compilation of scenes, monologues, animation, and music.
167.
Funny, You Don't Look 200 (1987) as Song ("Follow That Flag")
A variety special saluting the bicentennial of the adoption of the Constitution of the United States. An all-star cast strives to communicate the spirit of that document through a compilation of scenes, monologues, animation, and music.
168.
Whatever Happened to Dobie Gillis? (1977) as Music
The story, an update of the 1959-63 series "Dobie Gillis," reunites the original cast in an unsold pilot that continues to depict events in the life of Dobie Gillis, a once-indecisive teenager who is now married, the father of a teenage son, and partners with his father in an expanded Gillis Grocery

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