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In the realm of documentary filmmaking there is no greater icon than Michael Moore, perhaps the most controversial filmmaker of our time; many, even those on the left, argue he's more propagandist than documentarian, asking at what point does the manipulation of fact become a work of fiction?
Presented by an impressive lineup of collegues and admirers, a documentary about the long-underrated talent of the late legendary action director William A. Wellman (1896-1975), one of Hollywood''s most distinguished journeymen helmers. William A. Wellman drew on his experiences as a fighter pilot during World War I to create a series of films about men of action as rugged, sentimental, raucous and tender as the director himself. He was equally noted for his off-screen battles with executives; and after building his career at Paramount and Warner Bros., Wellman vowed never to sign another long-term studio contract, and went on his way, refusing to take guff from anybody!
The passengers and crew of a trans-Atlantic flight prepare for a crash landing at sea.
A submarine commander inadvertently causes the death of a romantic rival under his command.
A scientist keeps an unscrupulous tycoon's brain alive and falls under its influence.
Seven stories celebrate the glorious diversity of American life.
Small-town gossips rage over the arrival of a mysterious stranger.
A shell-shocked veteran tries to recover his sanity while living with his sister.
After a fire kills his family, a college professor sinks into alcoholism.
A child is left mute by the sight of her stepmother's murder.
The voice of God mystically appears on the radio, changing all who hear it.
A chic New York couple is torn apart by a seductive model.
A doctor leaves his wealthy family to work in the slums.
Two-part documentary special on Ronald Reagan, who in 1989, after two terms in office, left the White House as one of the most popular presidents of the 20th century and one of the most controversial. When his Hollywood career began to wane, Reagan turned to politics. His opponents underestimated hi
Profiles of actor Walter Huston, director John Huston and actor Anjelica Huston.
The first in a series of primetime specials produced jointly by CBS News and Time magazine celebrating the lives and legacies of 100 people who shaped the past 100 years, coinciding with six special issues of Time magazine. The first special reveals the list of the 20 leaders and revolutionaries who
Veteran news correspondent Mike Wallace recalls many memorable moments of his career. Includes historical clips and personal anecdotes.
General Colin Powell hosts this special look at five Americans who commit their time and energies to provide young people with the resources necessary to lead healthy, fulfilling and productive lives. Features interviews with President Bill Clinton, former Presidents Carter, Bush and Ford and former
Compilation of excerpts from interviews conducted in the past 17 years by Barbara Walters in which well-known personalities discuss their experiences with love, romance relationships and marriage.
A broadcast of a concert honoring the United States armed forces and fifty years of service by the USO.
Live coverage of the inauguration of George Bush as forty-first President of the United States and Dan Quayle as Vice President. Also included are scenes from the Inaugural Parade, which includes civilian and military bands and marching units, as well as floats and dance groups from each of the stat
Live coverage of the inauguration of George Bush as the forty-first President of the United States and Dan Quayle as Vice President. Also included are scenes from the Inaugural Parade, which includes civilian and military bands and marching units, floats and dance groups from each of the states and
A special tribute in observance of the twentieth anniversary of the re-opening of Ford's Theater in Washington, D.C.
Live coverage of the inauguration of George Bush as the forty-first President of the United States and Dan Quayle as Vice President. Included are scenes from the Inaugural Parade, which includes civilian and military bands and marching units, floats and dance groups from each of the states and U.S.
A special featuring music from Broadway shows, including "Hello Dolly!," "The Fantasticks," "West Side Story," "Company," "42nd Street," "Les Miserables" and others. The first of three specials saluting the music of Broadway.
A special designed to help parents learn how to communicate with their children about drug abuse. The program features performers in a series of dramatizations involving teens and drugs. These role-playing exercises demonstrate the communication skills parents must learn to help their children preve
A special featuring music from Broadway shows including "Leave It to Me," "South Pacific," "One Touch of Venus," "70, Girls, 70," "Dreamgirls," "Evita," and "Cats." A tribute to Mary Martin on her fiftieth anniversary in show business is also featured. This is the second of a three-part salute to Am
A three-hour special celebrating the eighty-fifth birthday of comedian Bob Hope, and his fifty years with NBC. Highlights include a retrospective of Hope's radio days, film clips from his most memorable movies and television shows, and singing and dancing performances by guest celebrities.
A medical documentary featuring interviews with about 100 women who have survived breast cancer and have chosen to share their experiences.
A special broadcast of the eleventh annual gala tribute to the distinguished artists who are recipients of the Kennedy Center Honors, taped December 4, 1988 in Washington, DC. This year's honorees are Alvin Ailey, George Burns, Myrna Loy, Alexander Schneider, and Roger L. Stevens.
The seventh annual Christmas musical gala featuring popular and classical music performers and nationally known choruses. The gala is traditionally attended by the President and First Lady along with other leaders and dignitaries from the nation's capital.
A musical special featuring a performance on the South Lawn of the White House. The third of three special saluting Broadway musicals.
A musical celebration with traditional carols and contemporary seasonal songs performed before an invited audience of government officials and dignitaries.
A Father's Day special about the joys and tribulations of parenting. Guest celebrities and child-rearing experts offer various tips and advice.
A retrospective on the life and career of actor James Stewart, with clips from many of his films and interviews with people who have worked with him.
The third in a series of four specials focusing on the work of popular American composers. This tribute to Cole Porter was taped in the East Room of the White House on June 28, 1987.
A documentary airing as a sequel to "The Chemical People," which was previously broadcast on PBS. Focuses on the themes of teen drug and alcohol abuse, teen suicide, pregnancy, and school dropouts. The documentary profiles 10 communities that once had, statistically, some of the country's worst teen
The fourth in a series of four specials focusing on the works of popular American composers. The music of Jerome Kern is highlighted in this segment, which was taped in the East Room of the White House on October 18, 1987 before an audience that included President and Mrs. Reagan.
The tenth annual special celebrating the performing arts and honoring some of the world's most distinguised artists for lifetime achievement: singer Perry Como, actress Bette Davis, singer and entertainer Sammy Davis Jr., musician Nathan Milstein, and choreographer Alwin Nikolais. The program was ta
The second in a series of programs saluting popular American composers. This special features the songs of Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart as performed before an audience including the President and Mrs. Reagan.
A program which guides viewers through the 45-year history of Camp David, the famous American presidential mountain retreat located in an isolated area in rural Thurmont, Maryland. It has offered seclusion from the press and general public to nine first families beginning with the Roosevelt's in 194
A special highlighting the nineteenth annual celebration of the performing arts in America at historic Ford's Theatre in Washington, D.C. The program features a tribute to Nancy Reagan.
A gala tribute to historic Ford's Theatre in Washington (where Lincoln was assassinated in 1865) taped before a black-tie audience and featuring talent from all of the popular entertainment arts.
A report on the widespread use of cocaine and crack throughout America.
ABC's extensive coverage of "Liberty Weekend" includes over 17 hours of scheduled telecasting, beginning on July 2, 1986, with a "Liberty Weekend Preview" and ending on July 6, with the closing ceremonies from Giants Stadium in New Jersey. Other major events in the marathon coverage include the Open
The ninth annual awards/entertainment special honoring six distinguished artists for lifetime achievement in their area of endeavor. The event, taped at the Opera House of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., honors actress and comedienne Lucille Ball, singer and c
John Forsythe welcomes the nation's first family and a distinguished audience of notables from the nation's capital when he hosts the fifth annual telecast of the perennial NBC special.
The first of four specials focusing on popular and enduring American composers. The music of George Gershwin is highlighted in this segment, with various performers presenting his music before a live audience which includes the President and Mrs. Reagan.
President and Mrs. Reagan take part in a musical celebration of Christmas in the nation's capital.
An all-star party that honors President Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy, on the occasion of his inauguration to his second term.
An entertainment special honoring President Ronald Reagan, nicknamed "Dutch" in his Hollywood days. The black-tie, invitational event was taped in early December, 1985, as a benefit for the Variety Clubs International's charities for children.
A holiday program of music and song from our nation's capital.
An eightieth birthday celebration for Bob Hope.
A two-part program examining the scope of drug and alcohol abuse among schoolchildren. Viewers learn how to spot which children are taking drugs and where to ship them for rehabilitation.
A holiday special taped at the National Building Museum, the White House, and other sites in Washington, D.C.
Bob and his guests celebrate the dedication of the Ford Presidential Museum in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
The program, set in a nightclub called Dean's Place, spotlights new (and not-so-new) talent.
The American Film Institute presents its first Life Achievement Award to director John Ford.
An animated special featuring the Flintstone kids learning about drugs as they set out to win tickets to the Michael Jackstone concert in the Stone Age city of Bedrock. First Lady Nancy Reagan, founder of the Just Say No Foundation, appears at the end of the special.
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