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A fading rock star tries to reconnect with her children as one of them goes through a difficult divorce.
Zohan, a top Israeli commando, fakes his own death in order to pursue his dream: becoming a hairstylist in New York. Though he wants to put his life of counter-terrorism behind him, he quickly finds it is not so easy to escape one's roots. As enemies old and new try to take him out, they will all come to learn the same thing: you don't mess with the Zohan.
Semi-biographical story of Thomas Kinkade and how he was motivated to become an aritst when his mother was in danger of losing the family home.
Reunion of the cast of the television series "The Facts of Life," which was telecast from 1979-1988 on NBC. After a stint in the Peace Corps, a widowed Mrs. Garrett is heading back to America, ready for a new life and looking forward to seeing the girls. Natalie, a producer at an all-news television
When Laurel tries to conquer her fear of water by taking swimming lessons at the local community center, she develops a friendship with her teacher, Susan. Both women are struggling with uncertainties about their relationships with men. Laurel confides in Susan about her boyfriend, Jake, while Susan
A multi-racial, pansexual ensemble piece about adolescent turmoil and the eternal quest for love portrayed through the world of a messed-up 18-year-old's perspective--a world in which anything can happen. This final chapter of Greg Araki's trilogy takes place during a typically action-packed day in
The animated characters, Tom and Jerry speak for the first time in this film, where the two try and tackle the issue of homelessness after their home is demolished.
Adventures of the crew of a high-tech ship for hire which was originally designed for the military.
A Halloween musical presentation, based on the popular children's book of the same name by Jill Murphy, about the headmistress of an international witches' academy attended by Mildred Hubble. The well-meaning but klutzy student must prove herself to her stern teacher, Miss Hardbroom, and the Grand W
An oddity among TV movies involving the characters of a still-running series, with its five stars summer vacationing in Paris where Charlotte Rae brushes up on French cooking and her students go off to absorb French culture and, hopefully, a little continental romance.
A dramatic retelling of the 1911 tragedy in which 146 workers died in New York's garment district and ultimately laid the groundwork for the establishment of the ILGWU. The real-life catastrophe took a mere eleven minutes; the movie, with its soap opera plots and assorted inaccuracies (like several
A young man joins a hippie commune on the eve of reporting for military service.
Lionel is a young man who has never had sex and is engaged to be married. His cousin sets him up with a one-night stand, and not long after this he finds himself to be the world's first pregnant man.
A striking, Emmy Award-winning drama with music about a suddenly widowed housewife who finds that her acute problems are loneliness and the well-meaning attempts at comfort by her family and friends. She discovers a new life and companionship at a local ballroom where she meets a married mailman who
Dr. Amusa approaches Dortmunder about a valuable gem in a museum that is of great signifigance to his people in Africa, stolen during colonial times. Dortmunder assembles a crack team of cat burglars and hatches an elaborate plan for stealing the gem. Despite their care and experience, circumstances and plain bad luck keep the gem just out of their reach.
A New York nebbish gets mixed up in a South American revolution to impress the woman he loves.
A wacky inventor creates an underwater home and takes his family, including his teenage rock-band playing kids, to live in it.
An award show that celebrates classic television.
A look at the personal lives of celebrities with specific attention paid to mother-daughter relations, highlighting Kim Fields, Joan Lunden and Kelly Ripa.
Portrait of child actor Kim Fields, who starred as Tootie on the hit television series, "The Facts of Life," from 1979 to 1988 and then as Regine on "Living Single" from 1993 to 1998. Subsequently, she became a television director and continued her acting career.
TV Guide reveals the untold stories of "Welcome Back Kotter," the television series that launched the career of John Travolta. Additional segments look at "Roseanne" and "The Facts of Life."
Profile of actor Al Lewis, best known as the vampire patriarch of the household in the television series "The Munsters."
History of New York television as told through the collective voices of its celebrities and innovators. Interviews are supplemented by archival film clips from classic programs made in New York as well as scenes from shows currently produced in New York.
A special featuring more than 100 stars and highlights from the most memorable moments in radio and television history spanning six decades on America's first broadcast network. NBC stars, past and present, recall, via film clips and personal memories, unforgettable moments from the past 60 years. H
The thirty-seventh annual presentation by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (ATAS) of the Emmy Awards for prime time television. Telecast live from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium, Pasadena, California.
A star-studded sequel to "The Night of 100 Stars." A celebrity benefit for the Actors Fund of America, featuring music, songs, dances and comedy. Three hundred and eight stars participated in a seven-hour marathon that was edited to three hours for television.
The program features highlights of NBC's Fall 1985-86 season with performers introducing clips from their series.
Set at the turn of the century, a young girl and her family are the only blacks living in a small midwestern community, where they face hatred and prejudice.
A music and comedy reunion of celebrity graduates from Northwestern University.
A comedy program that satirizes the forthcoming 1980-81 television season.
The antics of the staff and management of Beane's of Boston, an old-line department store.
An adaptation for television of the play by Thornton Wilder.
The misadventures that befall Elwood P. Dowd, an aging bachelor and dedicated drinker whose problems stem from his friend and companion, Harvey, an invisible six-foot-tall white rabbit. Based on the Broadway play by Mary Chase.
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