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Also Known As: Died: December 25, 2006
Born: May 3, 1933 Cause of Death: congestive heart failure
Birth Place: Barnwell, South Carolina, USA Profession: Music ...
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Cast (feature film)

1.
Soul Power (2008)
The three-day music festival Zaire '74 and the emerging musical crossover between Africa and America is documented.
2.
Tuxedo, The (2002) as Himself
Cabbie-turned-chauffeur Jimmy Tong learns there is really only one rule when you work for playboy millionaire Clark Devlin: Never touch Devlin's prized tuxedo. But when Devlin is temporarily put out of commission in an explosive "accident," Jimmy puts on the tux and soon discovers that this extraordinary suit may be more black belt than black tie. Suddenly thrust into a dangerous world of espionage, paired with a rookie partner as inexperienced as he is, Jimmy becomes an unwitting--if impeccably dressed--secret agent.
3.
Undercover Brother (2002) as Himself
With a funky sense of style, a smooth way with the ladies and an absolute hunger for justice, Undercover Brother has lived by his own rules since the day he heard his first Parliament Funkadelic groove. Fueled by the funk, he became the man he is today--Robin Hood of the 'hood, ready to step in, giv
4.
Holy Man (1998) as Himself
A home shopping network is having terrible numbers. Then, a producer accidentaly hits a man with his car, and decides to take him to work. This new man begins to help the station as its numbers go up.
5.
Blues Brothers 2000 (1998) as Reverend Cleophus James
Eighteen years after the original "mission from God," Elwood Blues is released from prison and sets out on the road with an 11-year-old orphan, determined to reform the old band and raise funds for hospital's children's wing. They're soon in trouble--pursued by Elwood's upstanding police officer cou
6.
Soulmates (1997) as (Cameo Appearance)
A frustrated young composer who feels pressured by the success of his famous film director father, starts a new life as a nursing home attendant. There he meets an aging African-American patient who renews his interest in music.
7.
When We Were Kings (1996) as Himself
Follows the 1974 title bout for the heavyweight championship in Zaire, between George Foreman and Muhammad Ali.
8.
19th Annual American Music Awards (1992)
A presentation of the 19th annual American Music Awards honoring outstanding performers in American music. Winners are determined by the record-buying public in such areas as pop/rock, soul/rhythm & blues, country, heavy metal, rap and dance.
9.
Rocky IV (1985) as The Godfather Of Soul
The heavyweight champ takes on a Soviet super-boxer in a bout that creates an international furor.
10.
Doctor Detroit (1982) as Bandleader
Clifford Skridlow, a professor at a small college in Chicago gets conned into managing four prostitutes by their pimp, who skips town to escape the mob.
11.
Blues Brothers, The (1980) as Reverend Cleophus James
Jake and Elwood Blues endeavor to raise $5,000 for their childhood parrish by putting their old band back together uand taking their show on the road. While touring, they manage to wreak havoc on the entire city of Chicago and much of the midwest.

Music (feature film)

12.
All Is By My Side (2014)
The film covers a year in Jimi Hendrix's life from 1966-67. He began this period as an unknown backup guitarist in New York's Cheetah Club, went on to make his mark in London's music scene, and ended it with his triumph at the Monterey Pop Festival.
13.
About Last Night (2014)
Two couples are followed on their journey from the bar to the bedroom, and then on the eventual test of their relationship in the real world.
14.
About Last Night (2014)
Two couples are followed on their journey from the bar to the bedroom, and then on the eventual test of their relationship in the real world.
15.
Lee Daniels' The Butler (2013)
A White House butler serves seven American Presidents while observing and enduring the sweep of the Civil Rights movement and its impact upon his family.
16.
Lee Daniels' The Butler (2013)
A White House butler serves seven American Presidents while observing and enduring the sweep of the Civil Rights movement and its impact upon his family.
17.
Identity Thief (2013)
Diana has been living it up after stealing Sandy Bigelow Patterson's identity. With one week before his life is ruined, Sandy has to find Diana and persuade her to stop using his name.
18.
Great Gatsby, The (2013)
1922 New York was a city swinging to jazz rhythyms, fueled by champagne and rapid growth. In the midsty of this heady atmosphere, one young man, Nick Carraway, becomes intent on understanding the events surrounding the charismatic, wealthy and mysterious Jay Gatsby.
19.
Think Like a Man (2012)
Based on Steve Harvey's best-selling book, Think Like a Man follows four interconnected and diverse men whose love lives are shaken up after the ladies they are pursuing buy Harvey's book and start taking his advice to heart. When the band of brothers realize they have been betrayed by one of their own, they conspire using the book's insider information to turn the tables and teach the women a lesson of their own.
20.
Think Like a Man (2012)
Based on Steve Harvey's best-selling book, Think Like a Man follows four interconnected and diverse men whose love lives are shaken up after the ladies they are pursuing buy Harvey's book and start taking his advice to heart. When the band of brothers realize they have been betrayed by one of their own, they conspire using the book's insider information to turn the tables and teach the women a lesson of their own.
21.
Safe House (2012)
Legendary spy Tobin Frost has eluded capture for almost a decade. One of the best ops men that the CIA has ever trained, the brilliant ex-intelligence officer has betrayed assets and sold military codes to enemies of the state since he turned. From aiding splinter cells to trading incendiary secrets to the highest bidder, the damage he has done to the U.S. is immeasurable. Now, Frost is back on the grid with the most explosive intel he has ever gotten his hands on. For the past year, Matt Weston has been frustrated by his inactive, backwater post in Cape Town. A "housekeeper" who aspires to be a full-fledged case officer, the loyal company man has been waiting for an opportunity to prove himself. When the first and only occupant he has had proves to be the most dangerous operative he will ever cross, Weston readies for duty.
22.
Iron Man 2 (2010)
Now that his superhero secret has been revealed, Tony Stark's life is more intense than ever because everyone wants in on the Iron Man technology. He must suit up again to face his most dangerous enemy yet, this time with some new allies of his own.
23.
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.
24.
Runaways, The (2010)
Joan Jett and Cherie Currie were transformed from rebellious California kids to rock stars when they formed iconic 1970s all-girl band The Runaways.
25.
Lonely Street (2009)
A private detective in New Mexico is hired by a man to bodyguard a visiting celebrity from an overzealous fan. The celebrity turns out to be Elvis--determined to keep a low profile--and the fan turns out to be a sleazy tabloid reporter--determined to break the story that the King is still alive. The
26.
Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant (2009)
Pulled into a fantastic life of misunderstood sideshow freaks and grotesque creatures of the night, one teen will vanish from the safety of a boring existence and fulfill his destiny in a place drawn from nightmares.
27.
Cirque Du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant (2009)
Pulled into a fantastic life of misunderstood sideshow freaks and grotesque creatures of the night, one teen will vanish from the safety of a boring existence and fulfill his destiny in a place drawn from nightmares.
28.
Proposal, The (2009)
When high-powered book editor Margaret faces deportation to her native Canada, the quick-thinking exec declares that she's actually engaged to her unsuspecting put-upon assistant Andrew, who she's tormented for years. He agrees to participate in the charade, but with a few conditions of his own. Th
29.
Soul Power (2008)
The three-day music festival Zaire '74 and the emerging musical crossover between Africa and America is documented.
30.
Soul Power (2008)
The three-day music festival Zaire '74 and the emerging musical crossover between Africa and America is documented.
31.
Wackness, The (2008)
It's the summer of 1994, and the streets of New York are pulsing with hip hop and wafting with the sweet aroma of marijuana. The newly-inaugurated mayor, Rudolph Giuliani, is only beginning to implement his anti-fun initiatives against "crimes" like noisy portable radio, graffiti and public drunkenn
32.
You Don't Mess With the Zohan (2008)
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 that it is not so easy to escape one's roots. As enemies old and new try to take him out, they will
33.
Talk to Me (2007)
Follows the life of African American ex-convict Petey Greene, who became a radio and television talk show success, but couldn't overcome his alcohol addiction.
34.
Reaping, The (2007)
Katherine Winter doesn't believe in miracles--she believes in facts. A former minister, Katherine turned her back on the cloth after losing her young daughter and husband while doing missionary work in the Sudan, and now seeks answers through scientific investigation rather than prayer. As a university professor, she has become the foremost debunker of supposed miracles, called to sites all over the world to investigate weeping statues, wall stains resembling saints and palms that bleed. And so far, there is no divine mystery she hasn't solved. But when small-town schoolteacher Doug Blackwell seeks her help with a series of bizarre occurrences the townspeople believe to be sent by God, Katherine and her partner Ben come to learn that sometimes miracles can be treacherous, and the line between faith and superstition is dangerously thin. Hidden among the woods and swamplands of Louisiana, Haven is a town where the rules of reason seem to have been rewritten. A child has died and the river has turned to blood, which is only the beginning of what appears to be a revisiting of the Biblical ten plagues upon the town. For the first time in her professional career, Katherine can't explain these phenomena with science. The townspeople believe an enigmatic child named Loren McConnell has brought God's wrath to their doorstep, but what they see as a harbinger of evil, Katherine sees as a lost child needing her help. The more she is drawn into the dark heart of the mystery, the more Katherine discovers her own role in a conspiracy that threatens to shroud the world in darkness.
35.
Music Within (2007)
Richard Pimentel begins his life as a fighter, and his life's work becomes a process of fighting for the rights of others. Rising up from a childhood in a dysfunctional family, armed with a talent for public speaking and a winning personality, the young man makes his way to a Northwestern college, c
36.
Young@Heart (2007)
Young@Heart is a New England senior citizens chorus that has delighted audiences worldwide with their covers of songs by everyone from The Clash to Coldplay. Based in Northampton, Massachusetts, the group is made up of two dozen spirited seniors who specialize in reinterpreting rock, punk and R & B
37.
Mr. Untouchable (2007)
Tells the true story of Leroy "Nicky" Barnes, the unquestioned Head of the infamous "Council of Seven," which ruled the Harlem heroin trade throughout the 1970's.
38.
Spider-Man 3 (2007)
Peter Parker has finally managed to strike a balance between his devotion to M.J. and his duties as a superhero. But there is a storm brewing on the horizon. When his suit suddenly changes, turning jet-black and enhancing his powers, it transforms Peter as well, bringing out the dark, vengeful side
39.
Pride (2007)
The year is 1973, and Jim Ellis, a college-educated African-American, can't find a job. Driven by his love of competitive swimming, Jim converts an abandoned recreational pool hall in a Philadelphia slum with the help of Elston, a local janitor. But when city officials mark the new Philadelphia Department of Recreation for demolition, Jim fights back--by starting the city's first African-American swim team. Recruiting troubled teens from the streets, Jim struggles to transform a motley team of novices into capable swimmers--all in time for the upcoming state championships. But as racism, violence and an unsympathetic city official threaten to tear the team apart, Jim must do everything he can to convince his swimmers that victory, both in and out of the pool, is within their reach.
40.
Music Within (2007)
Richard Pimentel begins his life as a fighter, and his life's work becomes a process of fighting for the rights of others. Rising up from a childhood in a dysfunctional family, armed with a talent for public speaking and a winning personality, the young man makes his way to a Northwestern college, c
41.
Mr. Untouchable (2007)
Tells the true story of Leroy "Nicky" Barnes, the unquestioned Head of the infamous "Council of Seven," which ruled the Harlem heroin trade throughout the 1970's.
42.
Are We Done Yet? (2007)
Now married to Suzanne, Nick Persons has bought a quiet suburban house to escape the rat race of the big city and to provide more space for his new wife and kids Lindsey and Kevin. But when his new home quickly becomes a costly "fixer upper" and he finds himself at the mercy of an eccentric contract
43.
Reaping, The (2007)
Katherine Winter doesn't believe in miracles--she believes in facts. A former minister, Katherine turned her back on the cloth after losing her young daughter and husband while doing missionary work in the Sudan, and now seeks answers through scientific investigation rather than prayer. As a university professor, she has become the foremost debunker of supposed miracles, called to sites all over the world to investigate weeping statues, wall stains resembling saints and palms that bleed. And so far, there is no divine mystery she hasn't solved. But when small-town schoolteacher Doug Blackwell seeks her help with a series of bizarre occurrences the townspeople believe to be sent by God, Katherine and her partner Ben come to learn that sometimes miracles can be treacherous, and the line between faith and superstition is dangerously thin. Hidden among the woods and swamplands of Louisiana, Haven is a town where the rules of reason seem to have been rewritten. A child has died and the river has turned to blood, which is only the beginning of what appears to be a revisiting of the Biblical ten plagues upon the town. For the first time in her professional career, Katherine can't explain these phenomena with science. The townspeople believe an enigmatic child named Loren McConnell has brought God's wrath to their doorstep, but what they see as a harbinger of evil, Katherine sees as a lost child needing her help. The more she is drawn into the dark heart of the mystery, the more Katherine discovers her own role in a conspiracy that threatens to shroud the world in darkness.
44.
Pride (2007)
The year is 1973, and Jim Ellis, a college-educated African-American, can't find a job. Driven by his love of competitive swimming, Jim converts an abandoned recreational pool hall in a Philadelphia slum with the help of Elston, a local janitor. But when city officials mark the new Philadelphia Department of Recreation for demolition, Jim fights back--by starting the city's first African-American swim team. Recruiting troubled teens from the streets, Jim struggles to transform a motley team of novices into capable swimmers--all in time for the upcoming state championships. But as racism, violence and an unsympathetic city official threaten to tear the team apart, Jim must do everything he can to convince his swimmers that victory, both in and out of the pool, is within their reach.
45.
Young@Heart (2007)
Young@Heart is a New England senior citizens chorus that has delighted audiences worldwide with their covers of songs by everyone from The Clash to Coldplay. Based in Northampton, Massachusetts, the group is made up of two dozen spirited seniors who specialize in reinterpreting rock, punk and R & B
46.
Spider-Man 3 (2007)
Peter Parker has finally managed to strike a balance between his devotion to M.J. and his duties as a superhero. But there is a storm brewing on the horizon. When his suit suddenly changes, turning jet-black and enhancing his powers, it transforms Peter as well, bringing out the dark, vengeful side
47.
Talk to Me (2007)
Follows the life of African American ex-convict Petey Greene, who became a radio and television talk show success, but couldn't overcome his alcohol addiction.
48.
Elizabethtown (2005)
Drew Baylor, once a rising star at a leading athletic shoe company, has just been fired due to the overwhelming failure of his design for a sneaker and $972 million loss his company suffered because of the fiasco. As if that wasn't bad enough, things get even worse: Drew receives a phone call informing him that his father has passed away--and now, he must get on a plane for Elizabethtown, Kentucky, to retrieve his father's remains. On the plane ride, Drew meets Claire, a flight attendant and unstoppably positive woman who changes the course of his life. It is in Kentucky that Drew comes to learn the breadth of his father's life and his own family roots. Drew, with the help of Claire, submits to discovering the possibilities for his own destiny.
49.
Robots (2005) as Song Performer ("Super Bad (Dance Remix)"); Song Performer ("Get Up Offa That Thing")
Set in a world entirely inhabited by robots.
50.
Guess Who (2005) as Song Performer ("Papa Don'T Take No Mess")
Percy Jones takes great pride in the knowledge that he is always right, especially when it comes to the welfare of his family. When his daughter Theresa brings her new boyfriend, Simon Green, home to meet Percy and his wife Marilyn, he is unaware that Simon has already proposed to Theresa and plans to announce the engagement at Percy and Marilyn's 25th anniversary party. As far as Percy's concerned, no man will ever be good enough for his baby girl and the long line of struggling-artist types Theresa has dated so far has only served to bolster his conviction. So that there are no unpleasant surprises this time around, Percy, a bank loan officer, runs a credit check on Simon. The young man, a successful stockbroker, certainly looks good on paper, and for the first time, Percy is actually looking forward to meeting one of his daughter's boyfriends. However, the young man he has envisioned--a dazzling combination of Denzel Washington, Colin Powell and Tiger Woods--is not who arrives at his doorstep. Percy is aghast and more than a little indignant when his daughter presents her decidedly Caucasian boyfriend. Once he is over his initial shock, Percy begins interrogating Simon about his family history, education, career, and favorite sports. Feeling pressured to impress his prospective father-in-law, Simon boasts of his (nonexistent) past as a NASCAR driver, which only serves to arouse Percy's suspicions. Regardless, Simon's repeated attempts to make a good impression are futile. Percy rebuffs him at every turn and makes it his mission to expose Simon as a fraud and undermine his daughter's new relationship.
51.
Be Cool (2005) as Song Performer ("The Boss")
Streetwise mobster-turned-movie producer Chili Palmer is back, but this time Chili has abandoned the fickle movie industry and veered into the music business, tangling with Russian mobsters and gangsta rappers and taking a talented, feisty young singer named Linda Moon under his wing. From the recor
52.
Kinky Boots (2005)
Charlie Price thinks he has finally escaped the dead-end industrial town of Northampton with ambitious fiancée Nicola, when his father suddenly passes away, leaving Charlie unexpectedly in charge of the sinking family business in sturdy shoes. Trapped between a world of cheap knock-offs and to-die-f
53.
Romance and Cigarettes (2005)
Nick Murder's journey into infidelity and redemption is explored through the repercussions of his adultery and doomed fascination with a flame haired seductress named Tula. For Kitty, Nick's long suffering wife, his treachery is the final straw. With faith in her husband shattered she surprises ev
54.
Be Cool (2005) as Song ("The Boss")
Streetwise mobster-turned-movie producer Chili Palmer is back, but this time Chili has abandoned the fickle movie industry and veered into the music business, tangling with Russian mobsters and gangsta rappers and taking a talented, feisty young singer named Linda Moon under his wing. From the recor
55.
Kinky Boots (2005)
Charlie Price thinks he has finally escaped the dead-end industrial town of Northampton with ambitious fiancée Nicola, when his father suddenly passes away, leaving Charlie unexpectedly in charge of the sinking family business in sturdy shoes. Trapped between a world of cheap knock-offs and to-die-f
56.
Guess Who (2005) as Song ("Papa Don'T Take No Mess")
Percy Jones takes great pride in the knowledge that he is always right, especially when it comes to the welfare of his family. When his daughter Theresa brings her new boyfriend, Simon Green, home to meet Percy and his wife Marilyn, he is unaware that Simon has already proposed to Theresa and plans to announce the engagement at Percy and Marilyn's 25th anniversary party. As far as Percy's concerned, no man will ever be good enough for his baby girl and the long line of struggling-artist types Theresa has dated so far has only served to bolster his conviction. So that there are no unpleasant surprises this time around, Percy, a bank loan officer, runs a credit check on Simon. The young man, a successful stockbroker, certainly looks good on paper, and for the first time, Percy is actually looking forward to meeting one of his daughter's boyfriends. However, the young man he has envisioned--a dazzling combination of Denzel Washington, Colin Powell and Tiger Woods--is not who arrives at his doorstep. Percy is aghast and more than a little indignant when his daughter presents her decidedly Caucasian boyfriend. Once he is over his initial shock, Percy begins interrogating Simon about his family history, education, career, and favorite sports. Feeling pressured to impress his prospective father-in-law, Simon boasts of his (nonexistent) past as a NASCAR driver, which only serves to arouse Percy's suspicions. Regardless, Simon's repeated attempts to make a good impression are futile. Percy rebuffs him at every turn and makes it his mission to expose Simon as a fraud and undermine his daughter's new relationship.
57.
Romance and Cigarettes (2005)
Nick Murder's journey into infidelity and redemption is explored through the repercussions of his adultery and doomed fascination with a flame haired seductress named Tula. For Kitty, Nick's long suffering wife, his treachery is the final straw. With faith in her husband shattered she surprises ev
58.
Robots (2005) as Song ("Super Bad (Dance Remix)")
Set in a world entirely inhabited by robots.
59.
Flight of the Phoenix, The (2004)
A group of air crash survivors are stranded in the Mongolian desert with no chance of rescue. Facing a brutal environment, dwindling resources, and an attack by desert smugglers, they realize their only hope is doing the "impossible"--building a new plane from the wreckage.
60.
Mr. 3000 (2004) as Song Performer ("Call Me Super Bad"); Song Performer ("I Got You (I Feel Good)")
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.
61.
Twisted (2004) as Song Performer ("Get Up (I Feel Like Being Like A) Sex Machine"); Song Performer ("Papa Don'T Take No Mess")
Newly promoted police inspector Jessica Shepard is searching for a serial killer, and is shocked to discover that men she has recently slept with are victims. The investigation becomes more and more twisted as her partner behaves strangely, and the police commissioner is being asked to remove her from the investigation as she is a prime suspect. All the clues point to her and Jessica begins to suspect that she might be the killer she is looking for.
62.
Woodsman, The (2004)
After twelve years in prison, Walter arrives in an unnamed city, moves into a small apartment across the street from an elementary school, gets a job at a lumberyard, and mostly keeps to himself. A quiet, guarded man, Walter finds unexpected solace from Vickie, a tough-talking woman who promises not
63.
Woodsman, The (2004)
After twelve years in prison, Walter arrives in an unnamed city, moves into a small apartment across the street from an elementary school, gets a job at a lumberyard, and mostly keeps to himself. A quiet, guarded man, Walter finds unexpected solace from Vickie, a tough-talking woman who promises not
64.
Mr. 3000 (2004) as Song ("Call Me Super Bad"); Song ("It Takes Two"); Song ("I Got You (I Feel Good)")
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.
65.
Twisted (2004) as Song ("Get Up (I Feel Like Being Like A) Sex Machine"); Song ("Papa Don'T Take No Mess")
Newly promoted police inspector Jessica Shepard is searching for a serial killer, and is shocked to discover that men she has recently slept with are victims. The investigation becomes more and more twisted as her partner behaves strangely, and the police commissioner is being asked to remove her from the investigation as she is a prime suspect. All the clues point to her and Jessica begins to suspect that she might be the killer she is looking for.
66.
Biker Boyz (2003) as Song Performer ("Call Me Super Bad (Parts 1, 2, 3)")
A contemporary Western on wheels with desperados who live every day on the edge. Lawyers and city workers by day, they take to the streets in their leather gear to race by night. In the world of underground motorcycle clubs, the undefeated racer known as Smoke is the undisputed "King of Cali." But Smoke's dominance of the set is about to be threatened by a young motorcycle racing prodigy called Kid, who is determined to win Smoke's helmet and earn the coveted title.
67.
Boat Trip (2003) as Song Performer ("I Got You (I Feel Good)"); Song Performer ("I Will Survive"); Song Performer ("I'M Coming Out"); Song Performer ("New Attitude")
Jerry and Nick are two best buddies whose love lives have hit rock bottom. Jerry, in particular, is in trouble as he's just screwed up his proposal to his fiancee. In search of new love and romance, to escape their woes, they book a trip on board a cruise-liner. However, Jerry and Nick are unaware that the travel agent has played a rough trick on them in retaliation for Nick offending his secret gay lover. The dim-witted straight duo soon discover that they've set to sail to the Caribbean on a gay cruise.
68.
Poolhall Junkies (2003) as Song Performer ("Payback")
Obsessed by the world of pool, Johnny could be one of the best. But his mentor and "trainer" Joe, a shady hustler who decides how and who Johnny plays, is holding him back from his dream. When the day finally comes, Johnny breaks from Joe. This leads to only one thing--violence. Joe is beaten up by
69.
Kangaroo Jack (2003) as Song ("2 Way")
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.
70.
Poolhall Junkies (2003) as Song ("Payback")
Obsessed by the world of pool, Johnny could be one of the best. But his mentor and "trainer" Joe, a shady hustler who decides how and who Johnny plays, is holding him back from his dream. When the day finally comes, Johnny breaks from Joe. This leads to only one thing--violence. Joe is beaten up by
71.
Biker Boyz (2003) as Song ("Call Me Super Bad (Parts 1, 2, 3)")
A contemporary Western on wheels with desperados who live every day on the edge. Lawyers and city workers by day, they take to the streets in their leather gear to race by night. In the world of underground motorcycle clubs, the undefeated racer known as Smoke is the undisputed "King of Cali." But Smoke's dominance of the set is about to be threatened by a young motorcycle racing prodigy called Kid, who is determined to win Smoke's helmet and earn the coveted title.
72.
Juwanna Mann (2002) as Song Performer ("I Got You (I Feel Good)")
Jamal Jeffries is one basketball star who stirs up heat both on and off the court. This player's got game, girls and attitude to spare. But when one confrontation too many gets him booted out of the league, Jamal is gonna need a lot more than a good agent to get him back on the courts. He'll need br
73.
Drumline (2002)
For fans of America's show-style marching bands, halftime is game time. A squad of players, some 300 strong and armed with musical instruments, takes over the field, commanding attention with their stirring, spectacular display of choreography and musicianship. The football contest's controlled mayhem makes way for the blaring sound of trumpets and the heart-thumping rhythm of drums. Into this rigorous, ritualistic world comes a kid from a different culture. Devon Miles, a young, gifted hip-hop drummer from Harlem, wins a full music scholarship to Atlanta A&T University with the hopes of gaining a spot as a drummer on the school's renowned marching band's drumline. Devon, sporting a talent that is both raw and undisciplined, has one problem: He marches to the beat of his own drum. Surmounting overwhelming odds, he snares a spot as a starter, much to the disdain of a resentful senior class band member, Sean Taylor, who dismisses the freshman's skills as bogus. When Taylor discovers something amiss about Devon's abilities, he alerts Dr. Lee, the school's demanding, dedicated band director, who suspects that the upstart talent may have duped the school into awarding him his scholarship. That situation threatens not only Devon's future at the school but, more immediately, his spot on the band's drumline just before the heralded Big Southern Classic, one of the region's most popular musical competition, spotlighting some of the area's best college bands and the winner-take-all jackpot of $100,000 for the school. Now, with so much money, and possibly his own job, at stake, can Dr. Lee afford to pass up such a prize by keeping his star drummer on the sidelines?
74.
Two Weeks Notice (2002) as Song Performer ("Papa'S Got A Brand New Bag")
Millionaire George Wade doesn't make a move without Lucy Kelson, his multi-tasking Chief Counsel at the Wade Corporation. A brilliant attorney with a strategic mind, she also has an ulcer and doesn't get much sleep. It's not the job that's getting to her--it's George. Smart, charming and undeniably self-absorbed, he treats her more like a nanny than a Harvard-trained lawyer--and can barely choose a tie without her help. Now, after five years of calling the shots, on everything from his clothes to his divorce settlements, Lucy Kelson is calling it quits. Although George makes it difficult for Lucy to leave the Wade Corporation, he finally agrees to let her go--but only if she finds her own replacement. After a challenging search, she hires an ambitious young lawyer with an obvious eye on her wealthy new boss. Finally free of George and his 24-hour requests, Lucy is ready to change course and join her devoted boyfriend on an adventure at sea. Or is she? Confronted with the fact that Lucy is literally sailing out of his life, George faces a decision of his own: is it ever too late to say "I love you"?
75.
Showtime (2002) as Song Performer ("I Got You (I Feel Good)")
All that no-nonsense LAPD detective Mitch Preston asks is that he be left alone to do his job. Patrol Officer Trey Sellars is a different story. Instead of being a cop, he would much rather play one on TV. One night Trey stumbles into an undercover operation in progress, blowing Mitch's chance of nailing a drug dealer. At the same time, a television news crew barges in on the action. In frustration, Mitch fires a shot at the camera, which lands his photo on the front page of every newspaper and earns him an official reprimand. Knowing a sure ratings draw when she sees one, network television producer Chase Renzi swoops in and sells the Chief of Police on the PR benefits of letting her crew follow Mitch around the clock for a live reality show about cops. For Mitch it's a chance to beat suspension from the force. But the deal comes with one catch -- Mitch must team up with a more charismatic and camera-ready partner -- Trey. For Mitch, it's a living hell. For Trey, it's his dream come true.
76.
Barbershop (2002) as Song Performer ("Blind Man Can See It")
An ensemble comedy about a day in the life of a barbershop on the south side of Chicago. It's Calvin's shop, and he inherited the struggling business from his father, but with bills to pay and a baby on the way, he sees the shop as a burden and a waste of time. After selling the shop to a local loan shark, Calvin slowly begins to see his father's vision and legacy and struggles with the notion that he just sold it out. Calvin's barbershop is filled with an eclectic and comedic cast of folk who share their stories, jokes, trials and tribulations. In the shop we find Eddie, an old barber with a big mouth, strong opinions and no customers. Jimmy is a highly educated barber with a superiority complex who can't stand Isaac, the new, white barber who just wants a shot at cutting some hair. Ricky is an ex-con with two strikes against him and is desperately trying to stay straight. Terri is a hard-edged woman who can't seem to leave her two-timing boyfriend. And lastly there's Dinka, a fellow barber who is madly in love with Terri but doesn't get the time of day.
77.
Undercover Brother (2002) as Song Performer ("Say It Loud, I'M Black And I'M Proud"); Song Performer ("I Got The Feelin'"); Song Performer ("I Got You (I Feel Good)"); Song Performer ("Rapp Payback (Where Iz Moses)")
With a funky sense of style, a smooth way with the ladies and an absolute hunger for justice, Undercover Brother has lived by his own rules since the day he heard his first Parliament Funkadelic groove. Fueled by the funk, he became the man he is today--Robin Hood of the 'hood, ready to step in, giv
78.
New Guy, The (2002) as Song Performer ("Call Me Super Bad")
At Eastland High School, new guy Gil Harris is Mr. Popularity. Mysterious and charming, Gil has girls falling all over him and thugs scrambling to get his back. He's got Eastland High in the palm of his hand. But Gil's also got a secret. Not so long ago, at Rocky Creek High School, Gil, formerly
79.
New Guy, The (2002) as Song ("Call Me Super Bad")
At Eastland High School, new guy Gil Harris is Mr. Popularity. Mysterious and charming, Gil has girls falling all over him and thugs scrambling to get his back. He's got Eastland High in the palm of his hand. But Gil's also got a secret. Not so long ago, at Rocky Creek High School, Gil, formerly
80.
Barbershop (2002) as Song ("Blind Man Can See It")
An ensemble comedy about a day in the life of a barbershop on the south side of Chicago. It's Calvin's shop, and he inherited the struggling business from his father, but with bills to pay and a baby on the way, he sees the shop as a burden and a waste of time. After selling the shop to a local loan shark, Calvin slowly begins to see his father's vision and legacy and struggles with the notion that he just sold it out. Calvin's barbershop is filled with an eclectic and comedic cast of folk who share their stories, jokes, trials and tribulations. In the shop we find Eddie, an old barber with a big mouth, strong opinions and no customers. Jimmy is a highly educated barber with a superiority complex who can't stand Isaac, the new, white barber who just wants a shot at cutting some hair. Ricky is an ex-con with two strikes against him and is desperately trying to stay straight. Terri is a hard-edged woman who can't seem to leave her two-timing boyfriend. And lastly there's Dinka, a fellow barber who is madly in love with Terri but doesn't get the time of day.
81.
Juwanna Mann (2002) as Song ("I Got You (I Feel Good)")
Jamal Jeffries is one basketball star who stirs up heat both on and off the court. This player's got game, girls and attitude to spare. But when one confrontation too many gets him booted out of the league, Jamal is gonna need a lot more than a good agent to get him back on the courts. He'll need br
82.
Two Weeks Notice (2002) as Song ("Papa'S Got A Brand New Bag")
Millionaire George Wade doesn't make a move without Lucy Kelson, his multi-tasking Chief Counsel at the Wade Corporation. A brilliant attorney with a strategic mind, she also has an ulcer and doesn't get much sleep. It's not the job that's getting to her--it's George. Smart, charming and undeniably self-absorbed, he treats her more like a nanny than a Harvard-trained lawyer--and can barely choose a tie without her help. Now, after five years of calling the shots, on everything from his clothes to his divorce settlements, Lucy Kelson is calling it quits. Although George makes it difficult for Lucy to leave the Wade Corporation, he finally agrees to let her go--but only if she finds her own replacement. After a challenging search, she hires an ambitious young lawyer with an obvious eye on her wealthy new boss. Finally free of George and his 24-hour requests, Lucy is ready to change course and join her devoted boyfriend on an adventure at sea. Or is she? Confronted with the fact that Lucy is literally sailing out of his life, George faces a decision of his own: is it ever too late to say "I love you"?
83.
Undercover Brother (2002) as Song ("Say It Loud, I'M Black And I'M Proud"); Song ("I Got The Feelin'"); Song ("I Got You (I Feel Good)"); Song ("Rapp Payback (Where Iz Moses)")
With a funky sense of style, a smooth way with the ladies and an absolute hunger for justice, Undercover Brother has lived by his own rules since the day he heard his first Parliament Funkadelic groove. Fueled by the funk, he became the man he is today--Robin Hood of the 'hood, ready to step in, giv
84.
Drumline (2002)
For fans of America's show-style marching bands, halftime is game time. A squad of players, some 300 strong and armed with musical instruments, takes over the field, commanding attention with their stirring, spectacular display of choreography and musicianship. The football contest's controlled mayhem makes way for the blaring sound of trumpets and the heart-thumping rhythm of drums. Into this rigorous, ritualistic world comes a kid from a different culture. Devon Miles, a young, gifted hip-hop drummer from Harlem, wins a full music scholarship to Atlanta A&T University with the hopes of gaining a spot as a drummer on the school's renowned marching band's drumline. Devon, sporting a talent that is both raw and undisciplined, has one problem: He marches to the beat of his own drum. Surmounting overwhelming odds, he snares a spot as a starter, much to the disdain of a resentful senior class band member, Sean Taylor, who dismisses the freshman's skills as bogus. When Taylor discovers something amiss about Devon's abilities, he alerts Dr. Lee, the school's demanding, dedicated band director, who suspects that the upstart talent may have duped the school into awarding him his scholarship. That situation threatens not only Devon's future at the school but, more immediately, his spot on the band's drumline just before the heralded Big Southern Classic, one of the region's most popular musical competition, spotlighting some of the area's best college bands and the winner-take-all jackpot of $100,000 for the school. Now, with so much money, and possibly his own job, at stake, can Dr. Lee afford to pass up such a prize by keeping his star drummer on the sidelines?
85.
Showtime (2002) as Song
All that no-nonsense LAPD detective Mitch Preston asks is that he be left alone to do his job. Patrol Officer Trey Sellars is a different story. Instead of being a cop, he would much rather play one on TV. One night Trey stumbles into an undercover operation in progress, blowing Mitch's chance of nailing a drug dealer. At the same time, a television news crew barges in on the action. In frustration, Mitch fires a shot at the camera, which lands his photo on the front page of every newspaper and earns him an official reprimand. Knowing a sure ratings draw when she sees one, network television producer Chase Renzi swoops in and sells the Chief of Police on the PR benefits of letting her crew follow Mitch around the clock for a live reality show about cops. For Mitch it's a chance to beat suspension from the force. But the deal comes with one catch -- Mitch must team up with a more charismatic and camera-ready partner -- Trey. For Mitch, it's a living hell. For Trey, it's his dream come true.
86.
Black Knight (2001) as Song Performer ("Get Up Offa That Thang")
A "Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court" like tale of a down-and-out theme restaurant employee who is transported back to medieval times.
87.
Exit Wounds (2001) as Song Performer ("I Got You (I Feel Good)")
Maverick Detroit police detective Orin Boyd's take-no- prisoners approach to domestic terrorism gets him booted downtown to the city's toughest precinct. Here he runs up against mysterious crimelord Latrell Walker, whose dicey connections and seemingly unlimited cash make him everyone's favorite target. Together the two men take on a conspiracy that reaches all the way through the ranks to the heart of the precinct.
88.
Don't Say A Word (2001) as Song Performer ("I Got That Feeling")
A New York psychologist is forced to treat a mentally unstable patient with a violent past to secure the freedom of his kidnapped daughter.
89.
How High (2001) as Song Performer ("The Payback")
About two guys who's pot smoking habits increase their intelligence to the point where they get accepted into Harvard University. When school starts, they run out of pot and must now rely on their natural intelligence to get through the s
90.
Legally Blonde (2001)
Elle Woods has it all. She's the president of her sorority, a Hawaiian Tropic girl, Miss June in her campus calendar, and, above all, a natural blonde. She dates the cutest fraternity boy on campus and wants nothing more than to be Mrs. Warner Huntington III. But, there's just one thing stopping Warner from popping the question: Elle is too blonde. Growing up across the street from Aaron Spelling might mean something in LA, but nothing to Warner's East-Coast blue blood family. So, when Warner packs up for Harvard Law and reunites with an old sweetheart from prep school, Elle rallies all her resources and gets into Harvard, determined to win him back. But law school is a far cry from the comforts of her poolside and the mall. Elle must wage the battle of her life, for her guy, for herself and for all the blondes who suffer endless indignities everyday.
91.
Life as a House (2001) as Song ("Rearranged (Contains 'I Know You Got Soul')")
George Monroe has had a lifelong ambition to achieve one of the great American Dreams: to build his own home, a refuge set on a cliff at the end of the sea. But it's a dream that George has put off again and again while he's sunk lower and lower--ending up divorced, overworked and estranged not only from friends and family, but from himself. Now George has hit rock bottom and there's nowhere to go... except out onto the edge. His neighbors despise his sagging, dilapidated shack. His teen-aged son would rather stare into space than raise a finger to help him. His ex-wife, who once shared his dream, is now emotionally distant from him. Local city officials want to sabotage his plans. It seems there is no one left with any faith in him. But George is determined to build this house--even if it means refurbishing his entire life. He begins the project alone, but soon attracts a disparate group of people. What begins as a way for George to redeem his own dreams turns into something much bigger...
92.
Rush Hour 2 (2001) as Song ("Pass The Peas")
A Hong Kong trip turns into a working vacation when two detectives stumble on a counterfeiting ring.
93.
Bones (2001) as Song ("Revenge Of Jimmy Bones")
It's 1979 and Jimmy Bones is a legendary patron in his thriving urban neighborhood. Handsome and respected, Bones is unexpectedly betrayed and murdered by those closest to him for refusing to deal crack cocaine to his people. Flash forward to the present day. Crime and drugs have crumbled the neighborhood. Bones' once elegant brownstone, the dwelling in which he was brutally killed, remains standing but has become decrepit. As fate would have it, the sons of Bones' old friend Jeremiah, one of those who betrayed him, have returned to the old neighborhood to open an after-hours nightclub, buying the gothic structure where Jimmy Bones still lies buried in the basement. No sooner do they cross the threshold of the cursed edifice than a series of strange and unexplainably terrifying events begin to take place, and soon it becomes shockingly clear that Jimmy Bones is staging a comeback... and he's hell-bent on revenge, intent on tracking down and visiting vengeance upon all those who betrayed him.
94.
How High (2001) as Song
About two guys who's pot smoking habits increase their intelligence to the point where they get accepted into Harvard University. When school starts, they run out of pot and must now rely on their natural intelligence to get through the s
95.
Don't Say A Word (2001) as Song
A New York psychologist is forced to treat a mentally unstable patient with a violent past to secure the freedom of his kidnapped daughter.
96.
Gun Shy (2000) as Song Performer ("It'S A Man'S, Man'S, Man'S World")
Charlie, a legendary undercover DEA agent, has suddenly lost his nerves of steel. Although he's been involved in more drug busts than he cares to remember, his instinct for danger, his cool composure and his iron guts--especially his guts--have finally failed him. The post traumatic stress of his la
97.
Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000) as Song Performer ("Papa'S Got A Brand New Bag")
The shy Professor Sherman Klump is getting married. And the Klump family couldn't be more delighted. His fiancee Denise is thrilled to become a Klump, and with her appetite she'll fit right in; Mama thinks it's fabulous; Papa's less grouchy; Granny's relieved that Sherman will finally be enjoying the pleasures of intimate relations; and Ernie has simmered down. But Buddy Love--well, Buddy that's another matter. Professor Klump's ferocious alter ego Buddy Love breaks loose just as Klump is getting ready to marry his colleague. Hoping to finally rid himself of the monstrous Buddy, Klump decides to utilize Denise's cutting-edge DNA research and extract Buddy's DNA from his system. But Buddy reacts by laying claim to the professor's astounding invention -- a revolutionary youth serum -- which Klump then hides in his family's home. But Buddy locates the "youth juice" and makes off with it, forcing Klump into a desperate race against time that may restore his family and win him back the woman he loves.
98.
Crew, The (2000) as Song Performer ("The Boss")
Four senior citizen ex-mobsters get caught up in their old ways, when they fake a murder in an attempt to lower their rent so they won't get evicted from their South Beach apartment building.
99.
Isn't She Great (2000) as Song Performer ("Papa'S Got A Brand New Bag" "Ain'T That A Groove")
Before Jacqueline Susann published her best-selling novel "Valley of the Dolls," she was deteremined to find her place in the spotlight. When a friend told her that "talent wasn't everything" she embarked on a quest to find someone to promote her. She found Irving Mansfield, a manager and publicist
100.
Isn't She Great (2000) as Song
Before Jacqueline Susann published her best-selling novel "Valley of the Dolls," she was deteremined to find her place in the spotlight. When a friend told her that "talent wasn't everything" she embarked on a quest to find someone to promote her. She found Irving Mansfield, a manager and publicist
101.
Crew, The (2000) as Song
Four senior citizen ex-mobsters get caught up in their old ways, when they fake a murder in an attempt to lower their rent so they won't get evicted from their South Beach apartment building.
102.
Nutty Professor II: The Klumps (2000) as Song
The shy Professor Sherman Klump is getting married. And the Klump family couldn't be more delighted. His fiancee Denise is thrilled to become a Klump, and with her appetite she'll fit right in; Mama thinks it's fabulous; Papa's less grouchy; Granny's relieved that Sherman will finally be enjoying the pleasures of intimate relations; and Ernie has simmered down. But Buddy Love--well, Buddy that's another matter. Professor Klump's ferocious alter ego Buddy Love breaks loose just as Klump is getting ready to marry his colleague. Hoping to finally rid himself of the monstrous Buddy, Klump decides to utilize Denise's cutting-edge DNA research and extract Buddy's DNA from his system. But Buddy reacts by laying claim to the professor's astounding invention -- a revolutionary youth serum -- which Klump then hides in his family's home. But Buddy locates the "youth juice" and makes off with it, forcing Klump into a desperate race against time that may restore his family and win him back the woman he loves.
103.
Snatch (2000)
When a dizzying robbery takes place in the Orthodox Jewish diamond district, a flawless 86-carat gem, the size of an infant's fist, is lifted in the snatch. Taking it to London, the diamond's thief and courier, Franky Four Fingers arrives in the city as a stopover en route to New York to deliver the huge diamond to his bigwig crime boss, Avi. But because Franky can't resist temptation and London is a town with its share of illegal trade, a small crowd of miscreants and malefactors eventually ends up chasing each other and the whereabouts of the diamond. These include: Doug the Head, a jeweler who pretends he's Jewish because it's good for business; Boris the Blade, a Russian gangster with a deserved reputation for being impossible to kill; Bullet Tooth Tony, a legendary hard guy and Brick Top, perhaps the scariest of the lot.
104.
Gun Shy (2000) as Song
Charlie, a legendary undercover DEA agent, has suddenly lost his nerves of steel. Although he's been involved in more drug busts than he cares to remember, his instinct for danger, his cool composure and his iron guts--especially his guts--have finally failed him. The post traumatic stress of his la
105.
Bowfinger (1999) as Song Performer ("Super Bad, Super Slick")
A desperate movie producer will stop at nothing to make his movie with the biggest actor in Hollywood, so he finds a nerdy look-alike to be his star.
106.
Liberty Heights (1999) as Song Performer ("Chonnie-On-Chon" "I Feel That Old Feeling Coming On" "Please Please Please")
It is Baltimore in 1954 and everything is changing. In this year, school desegregation is happening for the first time, bringing black and white children from different neighborhoods into the same classrooms. In this year, the dawning of rock'n'roll is giving teenagers their first slice of a musical
107.
Muppets From Space (1999) as Song Performer ("Get Up Offa That Thing")
The entire Muppet cast, led by Kermit and Miss Piggy, must save Gonzo and make the world safe for a friendly alien invasion.
108.
Ed TV (1999) as Song Performer ("That'S Life")
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.
109.
My Favorite Martian (1999) as Song Performer ("I Got You (I Feel Good)")
An ambitious television reporter Tim O'Hara stumbles upon a real-life Martian whose space ship has crash landed on Earth. Believing this is the story of the millennium and his chance for a Pulitzer Prize, Tim makes his plans to expose the Martian, who, posing as Tim's Uncle Martin, takes human form
110.
Payback (1999) as Song Performer ("It'S A Man'S Man'S Man'S World")
Porter and Val carry off a successful heist, but then Val makes several mistakes: he steals Porter's cut of the money, he steals Porter's wife, and he tries to kill him. Now Porter is out for payback. He wants his cut and he is determined to get it, come what may.
111.
Bowfinger (1999) as Song
A desperate movie producer will stop at nothing to make his movie with the biggest actor in Hollywood, so he finds a nerdy look-alike to be his star.
112.
Payback (1999) as Song
Porter and Val carry off a successful heist, but then Val makes several mistakes: he steals Porter's cut of the money, he steals Porter's wife, and he tries to kill him. Now Porter is out for payback. He wants his cut and he is determined to get it, come what may.
113.
My Favorite Martian (1999) as Song
An ambitious television reporter Tim O'Hara stumbles upon a real-life Martian whose space ship has crash landed on Earth. Believing this is the story of the millennium and his chance for a Pulitzer Prize, Tim makes his plans to expose the Martian, who, posing as Tim's Uncle Martin, takes human form
114.
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998) as Song Performer ("The Boss" "The Payback")
A group of london friends pull off several scams in order to pay back an East end bully
115.
Goodbye Lover (1998) as Song Performer ("I Got You (I Feel Good)")
Sandra is a femme fatale obsessed with the songs of The Sound of Music. Behind her saccharine exterior, she is carrying on an affair with her husband's brother Ben, and likes using handcuffs on him during their trysts. When Ben dies mysteriously, a cynical police detective must investigate a sleazy web of deceit.
116.
Rush Hour (1998) as Song Performer ("Night Train")
As the FBI scrambles to save the life of the kidnapped daughter of the Chinese Consul, the diplomat hires trusted Hong Kong police detective Lee to find the girl. Unwilling to have their investigation invaded by a meddling outsider, the FBI assigns a rogue LAPD detective to keep Detective Lee away from the case at any cost. Carter, the detective, covertly embarks on a one-man crusade to solve the case, having first distracted Lee. Within hours, Carter realises he has greatly underestimated his Hong Kong counterpart, who has seen through his ruse, given Carter the slip, and landed in the middle of the FBI's investigation. Both excluded by the FBI, these two cops from very different worlds must join forces to save the young girl.
117.
Those Who Love Me Can Take the Train (1998) as Song Performer ("That'S Life")
A train full of mourners rumbles unsteadily through the French countryside. Through the train window the mourners can see--travelling parallel in a car of its own--the coffin of the tyrannical painter Jean-Baptiste. Before abandoning an existence that no longer amused him, Jean-Baptiste asked to be
118.
Spanish Fly (1998) as Song Performer ("It'S A Man'S Man Man'S World")
Zoe is researching a book on machismo in Madrid, where she interviews Antonio, an arrogant translator and prime example of her subject. However, romance with him is postponed when she meets Carl, a professor who owns a bookstore. This relationship goes wrong, as did her previous one with John, an ex
119.
How Stella Got Her Groove Back (1998) as Song Performer ("Ain'T That A Groove")
Stella, a divorced Black woman in her 40s takes some time off work and travels to Jamaica while her son spends time with his father. While she is successful in her high-powered job, her love life is non-existant and her friend Delilah persuades her to take a rare vacation in order to relax. There she meets and falls in love with Winston, who is half her age. When Winston takes a time-consuming job, Stella returns home, only to discover she has lost her job. She returns to Jamaica, finding that Winston is in fact much richer than he has let on, but is then called to New York, where Delilah is ill. Winston follows her to New York and the two try to decide if their relationship can work.
120.
Simon Birch (1998) as Song Performer ("Papa'S Got A Brand New Bag (Part 1)")
Simon, a deformed kid, bonds with another boy in order to find out who the friends real father is.
121.
Simon Birch (1998) as Song
Simon, a deformed kid, bonds with another boy in order to find out who the friends real father is.
122.
How Stella Got Her Groove Back (1998) as Song
Stella, a divorced Black woman in her 40s takes some time off work and travels to Jamaica while her son spends time with his father. While she is successful in her high-powered job, her love life is non-existant and her friend Delilah persuades her to take a rare vacation in order to relax. There she meets and falls in love with Winston, who is half her age. When Winston takes a time-consuming job, Stella returns home, only to discover she has lost her job. She returns to Jamaica, finding that Winston is in fact much richer than he has let on, but is then called to New York, where Delilah is ill. Winston follows her to New York and the two try to decide if their relationship can work.
123.
Spanish Fly (1998) as Song
Zoe is researching a book on machismo in Madrid, where she interviews Antonio, an arrogant translator and prime example of her subject. However, romance with him is postponed when she meets Carl, a professor who owns a bookstore. This relationship goes wrong, as did her previous one with John, an ex
124.
Goodbye Lover (1998) as Song
Sandra is a femme fatale obsessed with the songs of The Sound of Music. Behind her saccharine exterior, she is carrying on an affair with her husband's brother Ben, and likes using handcuffs on him during their trysts. When Ben dies mysteriously, a cynical police detective must investigate a sleazy web of deceit.
125.
Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998) as Song
A group of london friends pull off several scams in order to pay back an East end bully
126.
Kiss the Girls (1997) as Song Perfomer ("I'Ll Go Crazy")
Forensic detective and best-selling crime author Alex Cross is cool and professional about his work, passionate and protective about his family. A widower with a teenage son and a daughter, the bonds of blood are all important to him. So when his niece Naomi turns up missing from her college campus in North Carolina, Cross knows he must apply his formidable investigative skills to search for her. But unlike his previous cases, this one is personal and there's no room for error. Arriving in Durham, where the antebellum ruins of the Old South meets the modern buildings of the New South's Research Triangle, Cross learns a special Task Force Officer is already operating and that Naomi isn't the only victim. Seven other girls are missing and two bodies have been found, with a note left at the second murder scene signed "Cassanova." Cross receives only gruging cooperation from the local detectives who are wary of big city specialists and view Cross' investigation as unwelcome infringement.
127.
Life Is All You Get (1997) as Song Performer ("I Got You (I Feel Good)")
An aimless Gen-Xer, Jan Nebel, literally runs into Miss Right while walking home from a disastrous one-night stand. Unfortunately, he meets Vera in the middle of a Berlin street riot. Even more unfortunately Jan accidentally knocks down two plain-clothes cops who are pursuing her. Before he's arrest
128.
White Lies (1997) as Song Performer ("Try Me," "Get Up Offa That Thing")
Set against the background of New York's SoHo art scene, this romantic comedy tells the story of a likeable African-American kid, whose efforts to impress a beautiful young art gallery owner leads to a series of complications. Soon he's the toast of the town, despite the fact that he's never even pi
129.
Smile Like Yours, A (1997) as Song Performer ("I Got You (I Feel Good)")
A comedy about a couple trying to have a baby, while the husband tries to overcome his anxiety.
130.
Love Jones (1997) as Song Performer ("Blues And Pants")
In downtown Chicago, a struggling female photographer and a struggling writer meet at a poetry reading. Then the woman's former boyfriend returns to the scene.
131.
Metro (1997) as Song Performer ("The Payback")
A fast-talking, wisecracking hostage negotiator tries to straighten out his love life with the help of his rookie partner while a terrorist is threatening the entire city of San Francisco.
132.
Love Jones (1997) as Song
In downtown Chicago, a struggling female photographer and a struggling writer meet at a poetry reading. Then the woman's former boyfriend returns to the scene.
133.
Kiss the Girls (1997) as Song
Forensic detective and best-selling crime author Alex Cross is cool and professional about his work, passionate and protective about his family. A widower with a teenage son and a daughter, the bonds of blood are all important to him. So when his niece Naomi turns up missing from her college campus in North Carolina, Cross knows he must apply his formidable investigative skills to search for her. But unlike his previous cases, this one is personal and there's no room for error. Arriving in Durham, where the antebellum ruins of the Old South meets the modern buildings of the New South's Research Triangle, Cross learns a special Task Force Officer is already operating and that Naomi isn't the only victim. Seven other girls are missing and two bodies have been found, with a note left at the second murder scene signed "Cassanova." Cross receives only gruging cooperation from the local detectives who are wary of big city specialists and view Cross' investigation as unwelcome infringement.
134.
Smile Like Yours, A (1997) as Song
A comedy about a couple trying to have a baby, while the husband tries to overcome his anxiety.
135.
Food of Love (1997) as Song ("Free Spirit (Slow Burn)")
An unhappy banker reunites a group of friends to re-stage a Shakespeare play, an event that changes the course of everyone's lives.
136.
Steel (1997) as Song ("I Got You (I Feel Good)")
A metals specialist for the military, John Henry Irons, creates an alter ego, a super-hero known as "Steel," to combat an evil street gang. After a weapons test goes horribly wrong, Irons quits the military for a quiet life until a gang begins to commit crimes in his neighborhood. The gang, after stealing top-secret defense weapons that Irons helped to produce, has committed a series of high-tech robberies and, in the process, is threatening to become a worldwide danger. Irons decides to combat the growing evil by building a suit of armor with a built-in array of weaponry. Layered in his fantastic, magnetic metal sheath and armed with his powerful weapons, John Henry metamorphoses into a mythic alter-ego--STEEL.
137.
Metro (1997) as Song
A fast-talking, wisecracking hostage negotiator tries to straighten out his love life with the help of his rookie partner while a terrorist is threatening the entire city of San Francisco.
138.
Get on the Bus (1996) as Song Performer ("Papa Don'T Take No Mess")
A group of black men deal with their differences during a bus ride to the Million Man March.
139.
When We Were Kings (1996) as Song Performer ("Say It Loud, I'M Black And I'M Proud" "In A Cold Sweat" "Gonna Have A Funky Time")
Follows the 1974 title bout for the heavyweight championship in Zaire, between George Foreman and Muhammad Ali.
140.
Get on the Bus (1996) as Song
A group of black men deal with their differences during a bus ride to the Million Man March.
141.
When We Were Kings (1996) as Songs
Follows the 1974 title bout for the heavyweight championship in Zaire, between George Foreman and Muhammad Ali.
142.
Jerry Maguire (1996) as Song ("Pass The Peas")
A sports manager strikes out on his own after he loses his job.
143.
Crooklyn (1994) as Song Performer ("Soul Power")
A fictionalized autobiographical look at filmmaker Spike Lee's family during the 1970s, as told through the eyes of a 9-year-old girl.
144.
Crooklyn (1994) as Songs ("Soul Power" "Pass The Peas")
A fictionalized autobiographical look at filmmaker Spike Lee's family during the 1970s, as told through the eyes of a 9-year-old girl.
145.
Mr. Jones (1993) as Song Performer ("I Got You (I Feel Good)")
A charismatic manic depressive falls in love with his therapist.
146.
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) as Song Performer ("Papa'S Got A Brand New Bag")
An out of work voice-over actor and his wife get divorced, with the wife gaining custody of the three children. Unhappy with the alotted time given him to spend with the kids, the father dresses up as an old lady and gets a job as the kids' nanny.
147.
Bound By Honor (1993) as Song Performer ("Try Me")
A look at the lives of three cousins in East L.A. in the early 1970s, each of whom takes a different path in life. One cousin ends up in San Quentin, where he becomes involved with the Chicano Mafia.
148.
Bronx Tale, A (1993) as Song Performer ("It'S A Man'S Man'S Man'S World")
A father becomes worried when a local gangster gets involved with his son in the Bronx in the 1960's.
149.
Untamed Heart (1993) as Song ("Try Me")
A Minneapolis waitress in search of love, and a chronically ill busboy with a weak heart, fall for each other and share their feelings on love and life.
150.
Bronx Tale, A (1993) as Song
A father becomes worried when a local gangster gets involved with his son in the Bronx in the 1960's.
151.
Mrs. Doubtfire (1993) as Song
An out of work voice-over actor and his wife get divorced, with the wife gaining custody of the three children. Unhappy with the alotted time given him to spend with the kids, the father dresses up as an old lady and gets a job as the kids' nanny.
152.
Mr. Jones (1993) as Song
A charismatic manic depressive falls in love with his therapist.
153.
Bound By Honor (1993) as Song
A look at the lives of three cousins in East L.A. in the early 1970s, each of whom takes a different path in life. One cousin ends up in San Quentin, where he becomes involved with the Chicano Mafia.
154.
White Men Can't Jump (1992) as Song Performer ("I Got You (I Feel Good)" "Super Bad")
A hustler and a street ball player join forces to run a basketball con game.
155.
Boomerang (1992) as Song Performer ("Bewildered")
A successful playboy meets his match in his newly hired boss, then realizes the error of his ways, and falls in love with his assistant.
156.
White Men Can't Jump (1992) as Songs
A hustler and a street ball player join forces to run a basketball con game.
157.
Hudson Hawk (1991) as Song Performer ("Body Heat")
A man released from prison after ten years, plans to live a normal life. But his friend is in trouble and will be killed unless he steals some paintings by Leonardo Da Vinci.
158.
Dice Rules (1991) as Song Performer ("Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose")
Concert film of a performance by comedian Andrew Dice Clay.
159.
Pump Up the Volume (1990) as Song Performer ("Message From The Soul Sisters")
A loner student from the east enrolls at a highly rated Southwest high school, and secretly provokes a mini-rebellion in the student body via his pirate radio station.
160.
Another 48 Hrs. (1990) as Song ("I Got The Feelin")
Upon his release from prison, Reggie Hammond is coerced by Jack Cates into helping him track down an elusive, and deadly, drug lord.
161.
Who's Harry Crumb? (1989) as Song Performer ("I Got You (I Feel Good)")
Harry Crumb, a bumbling wanna-be private eye related by birth to a line of crack detectives, gets assigned to a lucrative kidnapping case, but only because his slimy boss doesn't want it solved for motives of his own. Crumb investigates, tripping over his own feet at every turn en route to finding
162.
Who's Harry Crumb? (1989) as Song
Harry Crumb, a bumbling wanna-be private eye related by birth to a line of crack detectives, gets assigned to a lucrative kidnapping case, but only because his slimy boss doesn't want it solved for motives of his own. Crumb investigates, tripping over his own feet at every turn en route to finding
163.
Blue Iguana, The (1988) as Song Performer ("Get Up (I Feel Like Being A) Sex Machine")
A US bounty hunter is forced by his former IRS cronies to rob a bank filled with millions of illegal, international, un-taxed bank notes in the fictional, small and ruthless Central American town of Diablo.
164.
Blue Iguana, The (1988) as Song
A US bounty hunter is forced by his former IRS cronies to rob a bank filled with millions of illegal, international, un-taxed bank notes in the fictional, small and ruthless Central American town of Diablo.
165.
Good Morning, Vietnam (1987) as Song Performer ("I Got You (I Feel Good)")
In this true story, a military DJ in Vietnam risks his career to broadcast the truth.
166.
Good Morning, Vietnam (1987) as Song
In this true story, a military DJ in Vietnam risks his career to broadcast the truth.
167.
Summer School (1987)
A laid-back teacher discovers that he has as much to learn as his misfit students.
168.
Iron Eagle (1986) as Song Performer ("There Was A Time")
Doug is the teenage son of a U.S. Air Force pilot who was shot down over a Middle Eastern country and is being held hostage. Frustrated by the government's inability to secure his father's release, Doug gets some of his school friends to help him with his personal plan to save his father. The boys
169.
Something Wild (1986) as Song ("Zero, Zero Seven Charlie")
A mild-mannered businessman's life changes when he meets a wild party girl.
170.
Iron Eagle (1986) as Song
Doug is the teenage son of a U.S. Air Force pilot who was shot down over a Middle Eastern country and is being held hostage. Frustrated by the government's inability to secure his father's release, Doug gets some of his school friends to help him with his personal plan to save his father. The boys
171.
Rocky IV (1985) as Song Performer ("Living In America")
The heavyweight champ takes on a Soviet super-boxer in a bout that creates an international furor.
172.
Android (1982) as Song Performer ("It'S A Man'S Man'S Man'S World")
Dr. Daniel is a scientist working in a remote space station, trying to create a race of android robots. His humanlike prototype is called Max 404. The two of them are in the process of creating the perfect woman android, but what Max doesn't know is that the doctor is planning on replacing him with
173.
Android (1982) as Song
Dr. Daniel is a scientist working in a remote space station, trying to create a race of android robots. His humanlike prototype is called Max 404. The two of them are in the process of creating the perfect woman android, but what Max doesn't know is that the doctor is planning on replacing him with
174.
Fan, The (1981) as Song Performer ("It'S Too Funky In Here")
Stage and screen star Sally Ross is the object of the affection of a psychotic fan named Douglas Breen. Breen has been writing obsessive letters to the actress, and her secretary has been throwing them away. Feeling rejected, Breen begins stalking Sally, intent on getting rid of anyone who stands be
175.
Quadrophenia (1979) as Song Performer ("Night Train")
It's 1964 and Jimmy is stuck being a gofer at a cigarette-hawking ad agency, living in a lower middle class Brit walkup with seemingly dead-headed parents that don't understand him, Jimmy lives to be a "Mod": zooming through London streets on his Vespa; popping "blues," bought or nicked; endlessly grooving - to The Who on TV, or in the local dance club, or at a gate-crashed private party; pursuing the just-out-of-reach Steph and idolizing the super-cool, super-blond top Mod Ace Face.
176.
The Kids Are Alright (1979) as Song ("Shout And Shimmy")
Documentary footage traces The Who's rise to rock stardom.
177.
Black Caesar (1973) as Music
Seeking vengeance against a racist society, a black gangster rises to the top of the mobs.
178.
Slaughter's Big Rip-Off (1973) as Music
After former Green Beret Slaughter finds and kills the mobster who murdered his parents in Mexico, he plans to return to his quiet life in L.A. But police detective Reynolds informs him that his life is in danger from a crime boss named Duncan who has no intention of letting the killing of his colle

Cast (special)

179.
3rd Annual BET Awards (2003) as Featuring
Coverage of the third annual BET awards from the Kodak Theater in Hollywood, California.
180.
26th Annual Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (2003) as Honoree
Coverage of the Kennedy Center Honors presentation, which pays tribute to outstanding Americans who have distinguished themselves in the performing arts.
181.
R&B 40: A Soul Spectacular (2002)
Special that unites the legends of the 1960s and 1970s American Soul and Motown artists. For the first time, Motown, Atlantic Records, Stax Records, Volt Records, Muscle Shoals and Philadelphia International Recording stars unite for a concert.
182.
United We Stand (2001)
Concert special benefiting the victims of the September 11 attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C.
183.
100 Greatest Rock & Roll Moments on TV, The (2000)
Special that counts down the most unforgettable moments when rock music and television got together to make entertainment history.
184.
VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards, The (2000)
Live coverage of the VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards presentation from the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
185.
Woodstock 99 (1999)
Special that features musical performance highlights from Woodstock 99 in Rome, New York.
186.
30th NAACP Image Awards (1999)
Coverage of the 30th NAACP Image Awards presentation from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. The Image Awards honor the positive portrayals of African-Americans in film, television, literature and recording. This year's theme, "30 Years of Celebrating, 90 Years of Courage," also celebrates the 90th anni
187.
Concert For the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, The (1995)
Concert telecast live from Cleveland's Municipal Stadium to celebrate the grand opening of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The stars salute their fellow artists by performing each other's songs. Includes behind-the-scenes interviews and footage from the September 1st dedication ceremony.
188.
Celebrities on Trial (1995)
Documentary looking at courtroom cases involving well-known figures, in an attempt to see whether all Americans are indeed equal before the law. Includes interviews with two such defendants -- singer James Brown and actress Zsa Zsa Gabor -- and the prosecutors and defense attorneys in their cases.
189.
More of the Best of the Hollywood Palace (1993)
Special showcasing the top comedy and musical performers who appeared on the variety series, "Hollywood Palace," which aired on ABC from 1964 to 1970. Also included are never-before-seen outtakes.
190.
35th Annual Grammy Awards, The (1993) as Presenter
Live coverage of the 35th Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the music recording industry. Broadcast from Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium.
191.
1991 MTV Video Music Awards (1991) as Presenter
Live coverage of the seventh annual MTV Video Music Awards.
192.
Party For Richard Pryor, A (1991)
A special honoring comedian Richard Pryor. Includes scenes from Pryor's motion picture, television and stage performances and tributes from dozens of entertainers.
193.
Influences: James Brown and MC Hammer (1991)
A performance and talk special examining the influence of music performer James Brown on MC Hammer.
194.
Best of Cinemax Sessions, The (1990)
A music special celebrating Cinemax's 10th anniversary. Features performances from past presentations of "Cinemax Sessions" by contemporary music performers in collaboration with legendary performers who have influenced their careers.
195.
Legends of Rock 'n' Roll, The (1989)
A "Cinemax Sessions" special featuring legendary rock 'n' rollers in concert.
196.
Welcome Home (1987)
A live concert in Washington, D.C. held on July 4th, in tribute to Vietnam vets and organized by "Welcome Home," an organization that aids and supports Vietnam vets.
197.
Soul Session: James Brown & Friends, A (1987)
An evening of soul music taped at the Taboo Club in Detroit, Michigan, and spotlighting the "Godfather of Soul," James Brown, and the "Queen of Soul," Aretha Franklin. Broadcast as a presentation of "Cinemax Sessions."
198.
28th Annual Grammy Awards, The (1986)
Celebrity performers and presenters participate in a three-hour live special, originating from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, during which the winners of the Grammys, the recording industry's highest honor, are announced.
199.
American Music Awards, The (1986)
A three-hour, live telecast from Los Angeles, London, Detroit, Tucson, and Hong Kong, featuring the thirteenth annual American Music Awards. Winners of awards in pop/rock, country, and soul/rhythm and blues will be announced, and more than seventy-five musical artists are expected to attend, includi
200.
American Bandstand's 33 1/3 Celebration (1985)
Dick Clark is joined by more that fifty of the biggest names in the music world as he celebrates 33 and a third years of America's longest-running and most popular teenage dance show. Also commemorated is a third of a century of the medium that people used to call L.P.'s, or long-playing records. A
201.
Motown Returns to the Apollo (1985)
Taped before a live audience at the Apollo Theatre in New York City on May 4, 1985, top headliners celebrate the 50th anniversary and official reopening of New York's world-famed theater. The concert, hosted by Bill Cosby, was a benefit for the Africare/Ethiopian Relief Fund.

Music (special)

202.
2002 MTV Video Music Awards, The (2002) as Music Performer
Live telecast of the 2002 MTV Music Video Awards from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
203.
R&B 40: A Soul Spectacular (2002) as Song Performer ("I Got You")
Special that unites the legends of the 1960s and 1970s American Soul and Motown artists. For the first time, Motown, Atlantic Records, Stax Records, Volt Records, Muscle Shoals and Philadelphia International Recording stars unite for a concert.
204.
VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards, The (2000) as Song Performer ("Papa'S Got A Brand New Bag")
Live coverage of the VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards presentation from the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City.
205.
Really Big Show: Ed Sullivan's 50th, A (1998) as Song Performer ("Prisoner Of Love")
Special celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Ed Sullivan Show, hosted by The Smothers Brothers. Features memorable moments from the program's 23-year run that began in 1948, including performances by the Beatles and Elvis Presley, interviews with Marlon Brando, Humphrey Bogart and James Cagney
206.
James Brown: The Godfather of Soul (1996) as Song Performer ("Papa'S Got A Brand New Bag" "I Got You (I Feel Good)" "Out Of Sight")
Biographical documentary of singer James Brown.
207.
Ed Sullivan Presents: Rock 'n' Roll Revolution: The British Invade America (1995) as Song Performer
Documentary celebrating the 1960s infusion of British rock groups into the United States and how they influenced musicians in America.
208.
Concert For the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, The (1995) as Song Performer ("I Got You (I Feel Good))
Concert telecast live from Cleveland's Municipal Stadium to celebrate the grand opening of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The stars salute their fellow artists by performing each other's songs. Includes behind-the-scenes interviews and footage from the September 1st dedication ceremony.
209.
Promised Land, The (1995) as Song Performer ("Papa'S Got A Brand New Bag")
Five-part documentary detailing the migration of millions of African-Americans from the deep South to the industrial North, between 1942 and 1970. Uses archival materials and interviews, as well as a focus on music of the period and the present.
210.
Influences: James Brown and MC Hammer (1991) as Song Performer ("Amazing Grace" "Cold Sweat" "I Got You (I Feel Good)" "Get On The Good Foot" "Please, Please, Please")
A performance and talk special examining the influence of music performer James Brown on MC Hammer.
211.
Best of Cinemax Sessions, The (1990) as Song Performer ("Please, Please, Please")
A music special celebrating Cinemax's 10th anniversary. Features performances from past presentations of "Cinemax Sessions" by contemporary music performers in collaboration with legendary performers who have influenced their careers.
212.
Legends of Rock 'n' Roll, The (1989) as Song Performer ("Papa'S Got A Brand New Bag" "I Got You" "I Feel Good")
A "Cinemax Sessions" special featuring legendary rock 'n' rollers in concert.

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