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Theresa is thirty, single, a frustarted writer and a heavy drinker who finds herself living back home with her overbearing Italian American family. Here she tries to re-new the bond with her former best friend and cousin, Ronnie. Ronnie has married Joe, a violent thug the two women grew up with.
Church of the Holy Angels and its grammar school were the center of Hell's Kitchen in the 1960s--a place of refuge for many neighborhood kids from troubled homes. Father Bobby had his favorites--among them were Lorenzo and his pals, Michael, John, and Tommy. Because their blue-collar, hardworking parents were more often fighting than not, the four boys formed a kind of family of their own. Then, one boring summer day, a street prank gone dangerously awry resulted in the quartet being sent to the Wilkinson Home for Boys in upstate New York where they were tortured, abused and raped under the leadership of a sadistic guard named Sean Nokes. A decade and a half later, nothing can erase their painful memories, but the lessons of Hell's Kitchen allow them to even the score of the terrible hand that Fate had dealt them. In their shocking retaliation, they are daringly aided by Father Bobby and an aging, shadowy mob figure, both of whom have known the four boys since their childhoods.
The Alabama was the Confederacy's most feared ship. Considered ghost-like for its ability to slip into battle undetected and sink its prey, it was sunk by the U.S.S. Kearsage after claiming over 60 wins. Its captain and crew were rescued and spirited to England. Confederate documents and ship record
In 1917, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, a French munitions ship and a Belgian relief vessel collided in what was the largest non-nuclear explosion in history. Over 1600 people were killed instantly and more than 9000 were wounded. Questions still remain about what really caused the disaster.
In 1934, the luxury liner Morro Castle, en route to New York from Havana, burst into flames as it neared its destination. Was it an accident or did radio officer George Rogers secretly kill the captain and set the ship afire?
In 1898, the USS Maine was sent to Havana Harbor to show the combatants in the Cuban civil war that the U.S. would protect the lives and property of American citizens in the area. When the Maine exploded in the harbor, the public blamed the sinking on the Spanish, leading the U.S. to declare war wit
Special explores the 1941 boarding of a German U-Boat by British naval officers which lead to the discovery of the key to the Nazi's naval code. The second segment investigates the 1956 sinking of the Andrea Doria, a luxurious passenger liner, which was hit by the Swedish liner, Stockholm. Both segm
Special separates myth from fact by recounting the infamous mutiny on HMS Bounty in 1787 and telling the story behind the fateful final voyage of Captain James Cook, the legendary navigator and explorer.
Pirate Sam Bellamy captured the British slave galley Whydah, turning it into a treasure ship laden with gold. As he sailed toward Cape Cod and the scandalized woman he left behind, the Whydah sank in a fierce gale off the beach at Wellfleet. For nearly three centuries, treasure hunters have searched
Documentary tells the story of the Russian battleship Potemkin, a cornerstone of Russia's Black Sea fleet, which became the scene of a famous mutiny in 1905.
Documentary on the evacuation of over 300,000 British troops from the seaport of Dunkirk on the northern coast of France, in 1940 during World War II.
Documentary tells the story of the disaster that struck on July 29, 1945, when the U.S.S. Indianapolis, on a top secret mission delivering uranium and components to complete atomic bombs, was torpedoed and sunk by a Japanese submarine 600 miles west of Guam.
Profile of Edward Teach, a.k.a. Blackbeard, who terrorized ships along the Atlantic Coast of North America and the Carribean from 1716 to 1718.
The story of a brother and sister, fleeing with stolen money, who find refuge in a motel with murderous accomodations.
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