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Production Companies (feature film)

1.
Lila and Eve (2015)
After their children are killed in a drive-by shooting, two grief-stricken mothers plot revenge for their deaths.
2.
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.
3.
Liz & Dick (2012)
Biopic that chronicles the highly publicized fiery romance and love affair between Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton.
4.
Cafe Lumiere (2004)
2003, Tokyo. A part of a residential neighborhood where the tramcars still run. Freelance writer Yoko has just returned from Taiwan the previous night. Before returning to her home in Takasaki, she decides to visit the second-hand bookstore in Jimbocho owned by Hajime, who has taken on the running o
5.
Rock School (2004)
Music, Documentary, Teen, Mentor/Protege, Teacher
6.
Nazi Officer's Wife, The (2003)
Edith Han was an outspoken young woman studying law in Vienna when the Gestapo forced Edith and her mother into a Jewish ghetto. Edith was taken away to a labor camp, and when she returned home months later, she found her mother had been deported. Knowing she would become a hunted woman, Edith went
7.
Farm: Angola, USA, The (1998)
Set in America's most infamous maximum security prison, a look at life and death in prison. Louisiana State Penitentiary's 18,000 acres stretch along the Mississippi River, revealing landscapes of breathtaking beauty and fertile farm land, yet for five thousand men who enter the gates for the first
8.
Jack Lemmon: America's Everyman (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor Jack Lemmon.
9.
Fred Macmurray: The Guy Next Door (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor Fred MacMurray.
10.
Yul Brynner: The Man Who Was King (1995) as Production Company
Profile of the life and career of actor Yul Brynner.
11.
Charlton Heston: For All Seasons (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of actor Charlton Heston. Includes interviews with friends and family.
12.
Roger Moore: A Matter of Class (1995) as Production Company
Story of actor Roger Moore. Includes clips from his movies, television shows and interviews with the actor, his family and acquaintances.
13.
It's Alive: The Story of Frankenstein (1994) as Production Company
Documentary looking at how Frankenstein's Monster has been portrayed in film and television over the years.
14.
Blown Away (1994)
A member of a city bomb squad is the target of a villain from his past.
15.
Boys of St. Vincent, The (1993)
Set in 1975, a dismissed janitor's suspicions lead to the exposure of widespread sexual abuse within a Catholic boys' orphanage in Eastern Canada. However, due to intervention at the highest administrative level, the adult perpetrators are allowed to go free. The story picks up fifteen years later,
16.
Time After Time (1987) as Production Company
17.
Silas Marner: The Weaver of Raveloe (1985) as Production Company
An adaptation of George Eliot's nineteenth-century novel about the linen weaver, Silas Marner, who leads an embittered, lonely life in a rural English village after being unjustly accused of robbery. His faith in love and society is rekindled when an abandoned baby girl is left on his doorstep. A "M

Production Companies (special)

18.
Crazy Legs Conti: Zen and the Art of Competitive Eating (2005)
Filmmakers Danielle Franco and Chris Kenneally track the progress of competitive eater and all-around character "Crazy Legs Conti" as he trains to compete on the professional level in eating contests.
19.
Biography Special: Oscar (2004) as Cable Network
A documentary that explores the history behind the Academy Awards.
20.
Other Man, The (2004) as Cable Network
21.
Airline: Excess Baggage (2004) as Cable Network
A behind-the-scenes look at the first season of A&E's series 'Airline', which chronicled the daily lives of Southwest Airlines employees.
22.
A&E's Live by Request: Kenny Chesney (2004) as Cable Network
A live request concert featuring country singer Kenny Chesney.
23.
Live by Request: Blondie (2004) as Cable Network
Blondie play a live concert at New York City's John Jay College, the song selection of which comes from viewers who call in their own requests using a toll-free phone number.
24.
Debutantes (2004) as Cable Network
Three prominent young girls prepare to come out in the ritual of a debutante ball.
25.
Other Man: JFK Jr, Carolyn Bessette and Me, The (2004) as Cable Network
Special which focuses on "Baywatch" actor Michael Bergin and his own admissions of a secret romance with Carolyn Bessette during her marriage to John F. Kennedy, Jr.
26.
Other Man, The (2004) as Production Company
27.
Sting: Sacred Love (2003) as Cable Network
Special which takes viewers inside the creation and development of Sting's new album, "Sacred Love," and offers the rehearsals and first ever performance of the album songs by the band.
28.
62nd Annual Peabody Awards, The (2003) as Cable Network
Awards highlight programming with excellence as decided by the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia and named after George Foster Peabody. Televised program also includes interviews with the award recipients.
29.
Holiday at Pops! (2003) as Cable Network
Music special in which the Boston Pops perform classic holiday pieces along with special musical guests at Boston's Symphony Hall.
30.
2003 Nobel Peace Prize Concert, The (2003) as Cable Network
A concert held in honor of the 2003 Nobel Peace Prize recipient Shirin Ebadi.
31.
Holidays at the White House (2003) as Cable Network
A look into the lives of the First Family as the holidays approach.
32.
Passage to Middle Earth: The Making of Lord of the Rings and Return to Middle Earth, A (2003) as Cable Network
Special which goes behind the scenes of the filming of the motion picture epic, "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King," and its special effects, featuring film clips and interviews with the film's cast and director Peter Jackson.
33.
Paul McCartney: The Journey to Red Square (2003) as Cable Network
Documentary special which focuses on Paul McCartney's 2003 trip to Russia and concert in Red Square, as well as the events of his life surrounding the performance.
34.
Live by Request: Daryl Hall and John Oates (2003) as Cable Network
Daryl Hall and John Oates take center stage for an evening of live music. During the program, they take song requests via a special toll free telephone number.
35.
Playboy's 50th Anniversary Special (2003) as Cable Network
A celebration of the men's magazine's fifty years of publication to be held at the hallowed Playboy Mansion.
36.
Live by Request: Daryl Hall and John Oates (2003) as Production Company
Daryl Hall and John Oates take center stage for an evening of live music. During the program, they take song requests via a special toll free telephone number.
37.
Holiday at Pops! (2003) as Production Company
Music special in which the Boston Pops perform classic holiday pieces along with special musical guests at Boston's Symphony Hall.
38.
Holidays at the White House (2003) as Production Company
A look into the lives of the First Family as the holidays approach.
39.
Paul McCartney: The Journey to Red Square (2003) as Production Company
Documentary special which focuses on Paul McCartney's 2003 trip to Russia and concert in Red Square, as well as the events of his life surrounding the performance.
40.
Live By Request Starring Clint Black (2002) as Cable Network
Clint Black takes center stage for an evening of live music. During the program, Clint takes song requests via a special 800-telephone number.
41.
Billie Holiday: Sensational Lady (2002) as Production Company
Profile of jazz singer Billie Holiday.
42.
Gorillas: Primal Contact (2002) as Production Company
Documentary that examines the complex relationship -- both caring and cruel -- between human beings and gorillas, from the earliest interactions to today. Includes a behind-the-scenes tour of the Wildlife Conservation Society's new Congo Gorilla Forest exhibit, a $43 million, 6.5 acre African rain f
43.
American Veteran Awards (2002) as Production Company
Celebrities, dignitaries and top military brass assemble to honor our country's military in a red, white and blue celebration of the role of the U.S. Armed Forces in American society. A variety of honorees are awarded the "AVA" in this special presented annually by the Veterans Foundation, a non-pro
44.
Inside the Playboy Mansion (2002) as Production Company
A behind-the-scenes tour of the private world of Playboy magazine publisher Hugh Hefner, including a look at the Playboy mansion's private quarters.
45.
New York at the Movies (2002) as Production Company
Documentary about the films and filmmakers that have celebrated New York City.
46.
J.K. Rowling and the Story of Harry Potter (2002) as Production Company
Profile of J. K. Rowling, the author of the Harry Potter book series.
47.
Being Mick (2001) as Cable Network
A look at the behind-the-scenes world of rock legend Mick Jagger. Shot over a year's time, the special offers unprecedented access to Jagger's personal life as a musician and a family man.
48.
Prince William: A King in the Making (2001) as Cable Network
Profile of Prince William, grandson of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom. The program looks at his life so far, bringing viewers up to date with what the future king has been doing in the last year and what he can expect when he attends university in September 2001.
49.
History Vs. Hollywood (2001) as Production Company
Documentary that reveals the true stories behind the people and events portrayed in the films "M*A*S*H*," "Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid," "Patton" and "French Connection."
50.
Behind Bars: Riot in New Mexico (2001) as Production Company
Examines one of the bloodiest riots in American penal history: the prison insurrection that broke out at the Penitentiary of New Mexico in Santa Fe on February 1, 1980. It not only cost 34 men their lives, but it also cost the state $200 million. In the aftermath of blame and recrimination, it quick
51.
Behind Bars: Alcatraz (2001) as Production Company
Documentary examining the history of Alcatraz, one of the most notorious prisons in the world. In the 1930, the United States was in the grip of an unprecedented crime wave; depression, prohibition, violence, lawlessness and the glorification of criminals by the press sent crime figures soaring. In
52.
Behind Bars: Supermax (2001) as Production Company
Documentary takes viewers inside the maximum security Federal Penitentiary at Marion, Illinois, where inmates are confined for 23-hour days, leading to clashes.
53.
Behind Bars: Treatment or Punishment (2001) as Production Company
Viewers are taken to the prison at Grendon Underwood in Buckinghamshire, England, to see how it deals with inmates convicted of some of the most violent and serious crimes in the British prison system. It does so in a way that is unique. Every inmate in Grendon is a volunteer. Inmates from other pri
54.
Hugh Hefner: American Playboy Revisited (2001) as Production Company
Profile of Hugh Hefner, publisher of one of the most controversial, groundbreaking magazines in America -- "Playboy." As "Playboy" and its founder head into the new millennium, Hefner looks back on nearly a half-century of unprecedented social change.
55.
Behind Bars: Violent Women in Holloway (2001) as Production Company
Documentary takes viewers inside Europe's biggest women's prison -- HMP Holloway in North London. It is an institution largely closed to the media since a damning report by the Chief Inspector of Prisons in 1995. The report followed years of turmoil at Holloway. When the new prison opened in the mid
56.
Jean Simmons: Picture Perfect (2001) as Production Company
Profile of actor Jean Simmons.
57.
Tim Burton: Trick or Treat (2001) as Production Company
Profile of director Tim Burton.
58.
Selling the Dream: Stock Hype and Fraud (2001) as Production Company
Examines stock and securities fraud, along with the civil and criminal efforts to put the guilty out of business. The program features Jeff Streich, a stockbroker who worked in some of New York's most notorious "bucket shops"; Patrick Bennett, now serving 30 years on 42 counts of fraud, accused by t
59.
Boxing: In and Out of the Ring (2001) as Production Company
An investigation into the world of professional boxing. Boxing is one of the most popular sports in the country, but it's also a sport with a dark side. The story of boxing is a scandal of corruption, mob control and larceny. Boxers risk their lives, limbs and minds in pursuit of the million dollar
60.
Bobby Vinton: A Melody of Love (2001) as Production Company
Profile of singer Bobby Vinton.
61.
Lee Marvin: Hollywood's Straight Shooter (2001) as Production Company
Profile of actor Lee Marvin.
62.
Mitzi Gaynor: Hollywood's Cockeyed Optimist (2001) as Production Company
Profile of entertainer Mitzi Gaynor.
63.
Sting in Tuscany: All This Time (2001) as Production Company
Documentary combines concert footage of Sting in Tuscany with a behind-the-scenes look at Sting's "Brand New Day" recording sessions and concert rehearsals.
64.
Scarlet Women of the Bible (2001) as Production Company
Documentary that about the Bible's more infamous females, including Jezebel, Delilah and Queen Athaliah, women who used their feminine powers to lead men into temptation. The program explores whether these women existed, or if they were allgories to teach important lessons about faith, charity and t
65.
POPS GOES THE FOURTH! (2001) as Production Company
Eleventh annual presentation on the A&E Network of "Pops Goes the Fourth!" the live, July 4th festivities celebrating America's birthday from Boston, featuring conductor Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra.
66.
Al Pacino: Inside Out (2001) as Production Company
Profile of Oscar-winning actor Al Pacino.
67.
Charlie Sheen (2001) as Production Company
Profile of actor Charlie Sheen.
68.
Jack Palance: From Grit to Grace (2001) as Production Company
Profile of actor Jack Palance.
69.
Jennifer Jones: Portrait of a Lady (2001) as Production Company
Profile of actress Jennifer Jones.
70.
Jackie Gleason: The Great One (2001) as Production Company
Profile of actor/comedian Jackie Gleason.
71.
Liberace: Too Much of a Good Thing Is Wonderful (2001) as Production Company
Profile of flamboyant pianist Liberace.
72.
Poirot: Murder in Mesopotamia (2001) as Production Company
Adaptation of Agatha Christie's novel "Murder in Mesopotamia," featuring the Belgium detective Hercule Poirot. An archaeologist's beautiful but unpopular wife is murdered while the couple is in the Middle East excavating an historical site. At the request of the baffled local authorities, vacationin
73.
Sandra Bernhard Experience, The (2001) as Production Company
Late-night talk show hosted by Sandra Bernhard. The show features celebrity guest interviews, as well as Bernhard's insights on fashion, music, celebrities and culture.
74.
Secrets of the Acropolis (2001) as Production Company
Reconstructions and 3D animation bring the Acropolis back to life and the glory days of Ancient Greece. From the mythology of its sculptures to the geometry of its perfect proportions, learn how the key buildings of the Acropolis were built and their significance in the history of the Western world.
75.
Dennis Franz: Out of the Blue (2001) as Production Company
Profile of actor Dennis Franz.
76.
Florence Henderson: Here's the Story (2001) as Production Company
Profile of actress Florence Henderson, probably best known for her role as mom Carol Brady on the television series, "The Brady Bunch."
77.
Eddie Albert: A Passion For Life (2001) as Production Company
Profile of actor Eddie Albert.
78.
Dustin Hoffman: First in His Class (2001) as Production Company
Profile of actor Dustin Hoffman.
79.
Matthew Broderick (2001) as Production Company
Profile of actor Matthew Broderick.
80.
Next: The Future Just Happened (2001) as Production Company
Documentary that focuses on the ways in which technology is changing our everyday, ordinary lives. Best-selling author and filmmaker Michael Lewis uses storytelling and first-person interviews to examine how the widespread use of personal computers and the internet has changed lives, made everyone e
81.
Holiday at Pops 2001 (2001) as Production Company
The Boston Pops perform in a holiday concert from Symphony Hall in Boston, Massachusetts.
82.
Hitler's Holocaust (2001) as Production Company (A&E)
Documentary series about the Holocaust and the implementation of "The Final Solution," a process that led to the murder of nearly six million European Jews in the 1930s and '40s. The documentary features archival footage not publicly seen since World War II, privately-owned film from families of Eur
83.
Hunt, The (2001) as Production Company
Documentary about the history of crime detection in the 20th century. Each part reveals the new techniques that have revolutionized the detection of crime in this century through interviews with police officers, experts and former criminals; archival material; and limited scene reconstruction. Episo
84.
Helena Bonham Carter (2001) as Production Company
Profile of actress Helena Bonham Carter.
85.
Jeff Foxworthy: You Might Be a Comic If... (2001) as Production Company
Profile of comic Jeff Foxworthy.
86.
Charles & Camilla (2001) as Production Company
The story of the 30-year love affair of Charles, Prince of Wales, and Camilla Parker Bowles. They met one wet afternoon in 1971 when debutante Camilla Shand waded across a polo field to be introduced to the 23-year-old Prince of Wales. Camilla teased the Prince with: "Our ancestors were lovers. So h
87.
Child Stars: Their Story (2000) as Cable Network
Account of the child star experience. Features interviews with more than 30 former child stars, TV clips, home movies, additional archive footage and a "round table," in which eight one-time child stars, representing eight decades of film and TV experience hold forth on the trials of life in the spo
88.
Ernest Borgnine: Hollywood's Uncommon Character (2000) as Production Company
Profile of actor Ernest Borgnine.
89.
Joe Louis: The Boxer Who Beat Hitler (2000) as Production Company
Profile of boxer Joe Louis, best remembered for two fights against the German boxer Max Schmelling, one in 1936 and one in 1938. In the politically charged atmosphere of the late 1930s, a black boxer born in America's segregated South found himself cast as the defender of freedom and democracy in a
90.
Al Lewis: Forever Granpa (2000) as Production Company
Profile of actor Al Lewis, best known as the vampire patriarch of the household in the television series "The Munsters."
91.
Janis Joplin: Southern Discomfort (2000) as Production Company
Profile of Janis Joplin, the queen of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, who died at the age of 27, just three years after she was discovered at the Monterey International Pop Festival.
92.
Shirley MacLaine: This Time Around (2000) as Production Company
Profile of dancer/actress/author Shirley MacLaine.
93.
Shirley Jones: Hollywood's Musical Mom (2000) as Production Company
Profile of singer/actress Shirley Jones.
94.
Street Racing: The Need For Speed (2000) as Production Company
Documentary that explores the subculture of illegal street racing. The program also reveals the inner workings of the special Anti-Racer Police Task Force.
95.
Maureen O'Hara: Wild Irish Rose (2000) as Production Company
Profile of actress Maureen O'Hara.
96.
Wernher von Braun: From the Nazis to NASA (2000) as Production Company
Profile of rocket scientist Wernher von Braun. When the astronauts of Apollo 11 landed on the moon, von Braun was feted as "the new Columbus." The program recalls how von Braun's giant rocket had opened up a new age of space exploration. Since childhood, von Braun believed himself chosen for the tas
97.
Adam West: Behind the Cowl (2000) as Production Company
Profile of actor Adam West, best known for his portrayal of Batman in the 1960's television series "Batman."
98.
Yvonne DeCarlo: Gilded Lily (2000) as Production Company
Profile of actress Yvonne DeCarlo.
99.
Rehab (2000) as Production Company
In 1958, when young James Allen got the notion that God's love extended even to drug addicts, he began the Addicts Rehabilitation Center (ARC) in the heart of Harlem. Forty-two years later, over 25,000 men, women and children have come through his program. The program follows three recovering addict
100.
James Garner: A Maverick Spirit (2000) as Production Company
Profile of actor James Garner.
101.
Prescription For Murder (2000) as Production Company
The program employs 1998 forensic tests to reveal one of the worst serial killers in history -- Dr. Harold Shipman, a local doctor in the small town of Hyde, England. Shipman ran a one-man surgery and was admired as an extremely caring and hard-working doctor, but in January 2000, he was convicted o
102.
Pops Goes the Fourth 2000 (2000) as Production Company
A celebration of America's birthday featuring the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra from the Hatch Shell on the banks of Boston's Charles River.
103.
Quest For the Lost Tribes (2000) as Production Company
Filmmaker Simcha Jacobovici sets out to find the Lost Tribes of Israel and solve a two-thousand-year-old mystery. The program takes viewers on an adventure to the most remote places on Earth in search of a prophecy: "And it shall come to pass... that He will assemble the dispersed of Israel... from
104.
Forever Ella (2000) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of late jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, including her performance of 22 of her songs.
105.
George VI: The Reluctant King (2000) as Production Company
Profile of King George VI, a reluctant monarch who became king after his brother, Edward VIII, fell in love with Wallis Simpson and abdicated the throne in 1936.
106.
Dick Powell: Thanks a Million (2000) as Production Company
Profile of actor/singer/director/producer Dick Powell.
107.
Diahann Carroll: No Strings (2000) as Production Company
Profile of actress/singer Diahann Carroll.
108.
Henry Winkler: Hollywood's Coolest Character (2000) as Production Company
Profile of actor/producer Henry Winkler, best known as Fonzie from the television series "Happy Days."
109.
Holiday at Pops 2000 (2000) as Production Company
Keith Lockhart, the Boston Pops Orchestra and the Tanglewood Festival Chorus perform from Symphony Hall in Boston.
110.
900 Women: Inside St. Gabriel's Prison (2000) as Production Company
A documentary about the lives and struggles of six women in Louisiana's most notorious prison for women: The Louisiana Correctional Institute For Women. Housing 900 of the state's most dangerous women, the program follows six of the women as they try to survive the trials of life in prison as daught
111.
Deborah Kerr: Getting to Know Her (2000) as Production Company
Profile of actress Deborah Kerr.
112.
Jimi Hendrix: The Man They Made God (2000) as Production Company
Profile of musician Jimi Hendrix, who skyrocketed to fame after arriving in London in the autumn of 1966. With extensive tours in Europe and the United States over the next three years, Hendrix became a living legend, astonishing his audiences with his innovative guitar playing. His untimely death i
113.
Sally Field: Defying Gravity (2000) as Production Company
Profile of actress/director Sally Field.
114.
Julie Newmar: The Cat's Meow (2000) as Production Company
Profile of actress Julie Newmar, perhaps best known as Catwoman in the 1960's television series "Batman."
115.
Mata Hari: Unveiling the Myth (2000) as Production Company
Profile of Mata Hari, believed to be a spy responsible for the deaths of 50,000 French troops. The program shows that, rather than being a master spy, Mata Hari was a master of self-invention. In 1904, she arrived in Paris a penniless Dutch divorcee and fooled Parisian society into believing she was
116.
Cesar Romero: In a Class By Himself (2000) as Production Company
Profile of actor Cesar Romero.
117.
Life of Python (2000) as Production Company
Documentary that highlights the careers of the six members of the Monty Python comedy team -- Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, Eric Idle, Terry Jones and Michael Palin. Eric Idle hosts; Michael Palin leads a guided tour in search of locations where many of the best-known "Flying Circus" s
118.
Richard Widmark: Strength of Characters (2000) as Production Company
Profile of actor/producer Richard Widmark.
119.
Friend or Foe: Flight 655 (2000) as Production Company
On December 21, 1988, 250 passengers on Pan Am Flight 103 from London to New York were killed when their plane exploded over Lockerbie, Scotland. Six months before, 290 Iranian passengers in an Iranian Airbus over the Persian Gulf were shot down by an overzealous crew on the USS Vincennes. The progr
120.
Don Knotts: Nervous Laughter (2000) as Production Company
Profile of actor/comedian Don Knotts.
121.
Teenage Murder Mystery, A (1999) as Domestic Tv Distributor
Documentary about the 1991 murder of Laurie Shaw. On the night of December 20, 1991, 16-year-old Laurie Shaw's mother found her lying in a pool of blood with a rope around her neck. Under the rope, a gaping wound spanned from ear to ear. Laurie's last words, "Michelle did it," led to the arrest of L
122.
Barbara Eden: Out of the Bottle (1999) as Production Company
Profile of actress Barbara Eden.
123.
Martha Raye: In Love and War (1999) as Production Company
Profile of comedienne/actress Martha Raye.
124.
Maria Callas (1999) as Production Company
Profile of opera star Maria Callas.
125.
Life and Death of Owen Hart, The (1999) as Production Company
Profile of the late professional wrestler Owen Hart.
126.
Nicholas Brothers: Flying High, The (1999) as Production Company
The story of the Nicholas Brothers, a dance team consisting of brothers Fayard and Harold. The Nicholas Brothers performed for seventy years on Broadway, on international tours and in numerous films. Recounts how the brothers overcame the racism that limited their Hollywood roles, as well as the pai
127.
Target Stars on Ice (1999) as Production Company
Champion figure skaters perform from the Olympic Center in Lake Placid, New York to benefit Target House.
128.
Nicolas Cage: Wild at Heart (1999) as Production Company
Biography about actor Nicolas Cage. Includes candid photos, clips and outtakes and interviews with friends, family and colleagues.
129.
Don Ameche: Hollywood's Class Act (1999) as Production Company
Profile of actor Don Ameche.
130.
America's Castles: Mavericks of Medicine (1999) as Production Company
A look at the estates of three pioneers of medicine, including the Indiana country estate of J.K. Lily Jr. of Eli Lily & Company; the Beaux Arts Castle of A.R. Beardsley, a marketing executive for the Miles Medical Company; and the Minnesota country estate of Charles and William Mayo, brothers who m
131.
America's Castles: Miners (1999) as Production Company
A look at the palatial homes of three miners: Clayton in Point Breeze, Pennsylvania, purchased by Henry Clay Frick in 1881; Kearns Mansion in Salt Lake City, Utah, constructed by Thomas Kearns; and the Campbell House in Spokane, Washington, built by Amasa Campbell in 1898.
132.
America's Castles: New York City (1999) as Production Company
A look at the mansions of New York City: the French-style mansion of Henry Clay Frick, which houses a collection of paintings, sculpture, furniture and decorative arts; Coe Hall on Long Island, with an interior decorated by Charles of London, who specialized in old Engliah interiors; and Bartow-Pell
133.
America's Castles: The Gold Coast Estates (1999) as Production Company
A look at the estates of New York's Long Island, featuring John Phipp's Old Westbury and the Guggenheim family's Sands Point.
134.
America's Castles: Rocky Mountain Retreats (1999) as Production Company
A look at turn-of-the-century Colorado homes built with the wealth from fur, gold and coal: John C. Osgood's Redstone Castle; Glen Eyrie, built in 1904 by the founder of Colorado Springs; and Molly and Johnny Brown's Molly Brown House, built after a gold strike made them millionaires.
135.
Inside LAX (1999) as Production Company
A special that follows three days in the life of Los Angeles Airport through the experiences of the people who work there. In part one, a Customer Services Manager at American Airlines is the subject as she carries out her work. Part two follows three paramedics as they work through a 24 hour shift
136.
Hayley Mills (1999) as Production Company
Profile of actress Hayley Mills.
137.
America's Castles: Financiers (1999) as Production Company
A documentary that features the estates built by three American financiers: Oheka in Huntington, Long Island was the residence of banker Otto Herman Kahn, and is the second largest residence in the United States; Sonnenberg Mansion in Canandaigua, New York was built in 1887 by Frederick and Mary Cla
138.
Linda Darnell: Hollywood's Fallen Angel (1999) as Production Company
Profile of actress Linda Darnell.
139.
Farrah Fawcett: America's Angel (1999) as Production Company
Profile of actress Farrah Fawcett.
140.
Boy Crazy: The Mary Kay Letourneau Story (1999) as Production Company
Documentary about Mary Kay Letourneau, a 34-year-old Seattle schoolteacher in love with a 13-year-old pupil. In May of 1998 she gave birth to the boy's child. She was also arrested and imprisoned for statutory rape. The story is told by those who have personal insights into the case including Mary K
141.
Susan Sarandon: Rebel With a Cause (1999) as Production Company
Biography about Susan Sarandon. Includes photos, clips and outtakes and interviews with friends, family and colleagues.
142.
Tim Conway: Just Clowning Around (1999) as Production Company
Chronicles the life of actor/comedian Tim Conway. Features clips and trailors from TV and films, rare photographs, and interviews with family, friends and colleagues.
143.
William Holden: An Untamed Spirit (1999) as Production Company
Profile of actor William Holden.
144.
Anna and the King: The True Story of Anna Leonowens (1999) as Production Company
Documentary about the real story behind "The King and I," the story of Anna Leonowens. She was born Anna Harriet Emma Edwards near Bombay, India in 1831. Her father, a British soldier, had died three months before. As an adult, Anna married for love and soon found herself a widow with two small chil
145.
America's Castles: Garden State (1999) as Production Company
A look at three castles of New Jersey: Ringwood Manor, Skylands Estate and the Ballantine House.
146.
America's Castles: Lumber Barons (1999) as Production Company
A look at the estates of enterprising lumber barons who turned their empires into mansions that rivaled those of the industrial barons. Martin Pattison established a lumber empire in Superior, Wisconsin where he built a 42-room Victorian mansion on Lake Superior; John Kimberly of Neenah, Wisconsin b
147.
Brian Epstein (1999) as Production Company
Documentary about the life and career of Beatle's manager Brian Epstein.
148.
Survivor, The (1999) as Production Company
Documentary exploring the controversy surrounding author Binjamin Wilkomirski, whose book "Fragments" has been called the most moving account of the Holocaust ever written. But in September of 1998, a newspaper declared Wilkomirski a fraud.
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Raquel Welch (1999) as Production Company
Profile of actress Raquel Welch.
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John Ford: An American Icon (1999) as Production Company
Biography of filmmaker John Ford.
151.
Pablo Picasso: A Primitive Soul (1999) as Production Company
Profile of artist Pablo Picasso.
152.
Long Arm of the Russian Mob (1999) as Production Company
Tracks Russian gangsters and their crimes from the streets of Moscow to the United States and Isreal.
153.
Ingrid Bergman (1999) as Production Company
Profile of actress Ingrid Bergman.
154.
Kurt Russell: Hollywood's Heavy Hitter (1999) as Production Company
Biography of actor Kurt Russell.
155.
Fred Gwynne (1999) as Production Company
Profile of actor Fred Gwynne.
156.
Ray Walston: No Antennae, Please (1999) as Production Company
Profile of actor Ray Walston.
157.
Robert Wagner: Hollywood's Prince Charming (1999) as Production Company
Chronicles the life of actor Robert Wagner. Includes family photographs, clips and trailers from his work, and interviews with family and friends.
158.
Ron Howard: Hollywood's Favorite Son (1999) as Production Company
Biography of actor and director Ron Howard.
159.
Date Rape Drug, The (1999) as Production Company
Documentary that tracks down the story of rohypnol and other similar drugs that are prescribed as sleeping pills, but when in the hands of a sex abuser, can put both women and men in danger. Fifteen minutes after being slipped into a drink, the drug renders the victim helpless and vulnerable to assa
160.
Drew Barrymore (1999) as Production Company
Biography of actress Drew Barrymore.
161.
Cruelty Connection, The (1999) as Production Company
Explores the connection between those who are cruel to animals and those who become serial killers.
162.
Elizabeth Montgomery: A Touch of Magic (1999) as Production Company
Profile of actress Elizabeth Montgomery, who died of colon cancer in 1995.
163.
Ethel Merman: There's No Business Like Show Business (1999) as Production Company
Profile of singer/actress Ethel Merman.
164.
Dead Kid Walking (1999) as Production Company
A documentary that chronicles the last two weeks of the life of Sean Sellers -- the first person in 40 years to be executed for crimes commited at age 16. The program highlights the issues involved in the death penalty and juvenile justice.
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America's Castles: The Presidential Estates (1999) as Production Company
A look at three estates of presidents, the private sanctuaries of public lives. Included: Andrew Jackson's "Hermitage" in Nashville; Martin Van Buren's 36-room manor "Lindenwald" in the Hudson Valley; and Rutherford B. Hayes's "Spiegel Grove" in Freemont, Ohio.
166.
J. Edgar Hoover: Personal and Confidential (1999) as Production Company
Profile of J. Edgar Hoover, the head of the Federal Bureau of Investigation from 1924 until his death in 1972.
167.
Pops Goes the Fourth! '99 (1999) as Production Company
Coverage of the July 4th festivities celebrating America's birthday, featuring the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra performing from Hatch Shell on the banks of Boston's Charles River.
168.
Guns in America: Young Guns (1999) as Production Company
Documentary that travels to Texas to find out through the experiences of children who have been shot how the "gun culture" has effected young people.
169.
Angie Dickinson: Tinseltown's Classiest Broad (1999) as Production Company
Profile of actress Angie Dickinson.
170.
Bunny Years, The (1999) as Production Company
Documentary examines the successful lives of former Playboy bunny club waitresses.
171.
Brave New Worlds (1999) as Production Company
Documentary exploring the history of the science-fiction genre in film and literature -- from "Forbidden Planet" to "Star Wars." Includes interviews with legendary authors and filmmakers.
172.
Sophie Rhys-Jones (1999) as Production Company
Profile of Sophie Rhys-Jones, wife of Edward Windsor.
173.
Myth of Cleopatra, The (1999) as Production Company
Documentary that explores the real life of Cleopatra VII, the last Queen of Egypt. Drawing on archeological sites, and ancient texts and artifacts, the program asks why Cleopatra's image has been manipulated for propaganda and politics, for art and commerce. It also explores the relationships betwee
174.
Kenny Rogers Live By Request (1999) as Production Company
Kenny Rogers performs before a live audience in New York City. Viewers request songs by a toll-free number and over the Internet.
175.
Harrison Ford: The Reluctant Hero (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actor Harrison Ford.
176.
John Wayne: American Legend (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actor John Wayne.
177.
Jonestown: Mystery of a Massacre (1998) as Production Company
Examines evidence about the Jonestown mass suicide secured under the Freedom of Information Act. Includes interviews, photographs, diaries, video footage and audio tape.
178.
Mike Wallace: TV's Grand Inquisitor (1998) as Production Company
Profile of journalist Mike Wallace.
179.
America's Castles: Andrew Carnegie (1998) as Production Company
A look at Skibo, Andrew Carnegie's castle in the Scottish Highlands that is now home to the Carnegie Club.
180.
Billie Jean King (1998) as Production Company
Profile of tennis star Billie Jean King.
181.
African Trade, The (1998) as Production Company
Documentary about the African slave trade and how it shaped the destiny of three continents. The largest long-distance forced migration in history, it captured, branded and shipped 12 million men, women and children across the Atlantic between the 15th and 19th centuries, to provide labor for the Ne
182.
Cary Grant (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actor Cary Grant.
183.
Tony Bennett: An All-Star Tribute -- Live By Request (1998) as Production Company
Tony Bennett performs live from Sony Music Studios in Manhattan as viewers request songs by a toll-free 800 number and over the Internet. Also features guest artists performing in honor of Tony Bennett's 50th anniversary in the entertainment industry.
184.
Burt Reynolds (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actor Burt Reynolds.
185.
Jerry Seinfeld: Master of His Domain (1998) as Production Company
Profile of comedian Jerry Seinfeld.
186.
America's Castles: Movie Palaces (1998) as Production Company
A look at the grand palaces built to showcase the invention of the motion picture at the dawn of the 20th century. Features the New Amsterdam in New York, Fox in Atlanta, Mann's Chinese (formerly Grauman's Chinese) and the Wiltern in Los Angeles.
187.
Beyond Titanic (1998) as Production Company
Explores the aftermath and legacy of the sinking of the Titanic in 1912. Includes survivors' tales, deep seas excavations, relics and ruins.
188.
Myrna Loy: A Class By Herself (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actress Myrna Loy.
189.
Anne Frank: The Missing Chapter (1998) as Production Company
Documentary that reveals never-before-known facts about the diary of Anne Frank and some of its contents. Features information that points a finger at those responsible for exposing the Frank family's hiding place to the Nazis. Based on a 1998 biography by Melissa Muller, draws attention to five cen
190.
America's Castles: Prince's Palace in Monaco (1998) as Production Company
A look at the Prince's Palace in Monaco, a castle originally built as a fortress in the 13th century.
191.
Search For Amy, The (1998) as Production Company
A look at the case of Amy Billing, a 17-year-old abducted by a biker gang passing through her small Florida community in 1974. After a 23-year search, the story has an ending that even the FBI and Miami police failed to uncover.
192.
Regis Philbin: Made For TV (1998) as Production Company
Profile of television personality Regis Philbin.
193.
Walter Cronkite: Eyewitness to History (1998) as Production Company
Profile of news broadcaster Walter Cronkite.
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America's Castles: Newspaper Moguls (1998) as Production Company
Explores the mansions of three powerful newspaper families: Pittock Mansion, the home of Henry Pittock of the Weekly Oregonian, and his wife Georgiana; The American Swedish Institute, built by Swan Turnbald, owner of the Swedish-language Svenska Amerikanska Posten; and Cranbrook House and Gardens, t
195.
Anastasia (1998) as Production Company
Documentary on the mysterious woman who claimed to be Anastasia Romanov, the fourth and youngest daughter of Tsar Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra, who was believed to have been executed with the Russian royal family in July 1918.
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Hollywood's New Generation: Matt Damon, Drew Barrymore & Cameron Diaz (1998) as Production Company
A profile of three of Hollywood's young stars: Matt Damon, Drew Barrymore and Cameron Diaz.
197.
Strange Lines in the Sand (1998) as Production Company
Documentary exploring the Nasca lines on Peru's southern coast. The designs consist of giant animals and geometric patterns that spread over the baking desert for miles. Scientists who have studied the phenomenon present their informed views and opinions.
198.
Steven Spielberg: An Empire of Dreams (1998) as Production Company
Profile of director Steven Spielberg.
199.
Simon Wiesenthal: The Man Who Hunted Nazis (1998) as Production Company
Profile of Holocaust survivor Simon Wiesenthal, who dedicated his life to the pursuit of Nazi war criminals.
200.
Hitman Hart: Wrestling With Shadows (1998) as Production Company
Documents a year in the life of professional wrestler Bret "Hitman" Hart, a five-time champion of the World Wrestling Federation (WWF).
201.
Real Full Monty, The (1998) as Production Company
A look at The Centaurs, a group of male strippers from Swansea, Wales. Includes interviews with the strippers, wives, girlfriends and audience members.
202.
Mick Jagger: Rolling Stone (1998) as Production Company
Documentary on the life of rock star Mick Jagger.
203.
Calvin Klein: A Stylish Obsession (1998) as Production Company
Profile of fashion designer Calvin Klein.
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Pops Goes the Fourth! (1998) as Production Company
The Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra, conducted by Keith Lockhart, performs from the Hatch Shell on the banks of Boston's Charles River, with special guest Melissa Manchester.
205.
Death in Disguise (1998) as Production Company
Two-part, two-hour mystery that takes place in Midsomer, a rural area of England filled with eccentric characters and intrigue. Chief Inspector Barnaby is assigned the case of the murdered master of a New Age commune. All fingers point to a ruthless tycoon who had visited the commune to see his long
206.
Rex Harrison (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actor Rex Harrison.
207.
Gene Hackman: Portrait of an Artist (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actor Gene Hackman.
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Death of a Hollow Man (1998) as Production Company
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Ann-Margret: Sugar and Spice (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actress Ann-Margret.
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America's Castles: Cathedrals (1998) as Production Company
Explores three great cathedrals of America: the National Cathedral in Washington DC; the Great Cathedral of St. Louis, Missouri; and the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, California.
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Road Warriors: The Biker Brotherhood (1998) as Production Company
Documentary examining the world of outlaw motorcycle gangs. Since 1963, the South Bronx has been home to an outlaw motorcycle gang called the Ching-A-Lings. Originally from Puerto Rico, their numbers swelled to dozens of members until heroin in the 1970s, and gun violence in the '80s reduced their m
212.
Bill Robinson: Mr Bojangles (1998) as Production Company
Profile of dancer Bill Robinson, known as Mr. Bojangles.
213.
Halston: All-American Chic (1998) as Production Company
Profile of fashion designer Halston, whose career skyrocketed through the 1970's when he dressed stars and socialites. Halston died on March 26, 1990 at the age of 57.
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Frank Sinatra: The Voice (1998) as Production Company
Friends and colleagues remember the musical legend Frank Sinatra.
215.
Helen Thomas: First Lady of the Press (1998) as Production Company
Profile of journalist Helen Thomas.
216.
Steve Rubell: Lord of the Disco (1998) as Production Company
Profile of Steve Rubell, co-owner of the late 1970's nightclub Studio 54.
217.
Bob Vila's Guide to Historic Homes: In Search of Palladio: The Palladian Legacy in America (1998) as Production Company
Bob Vila travels around the United States in search of the Palladian legacy. Featured houses include: Mount Pleasant, a Palladian mansion built outside of Philadelphia by a pirate named MacPherson, which is currently a gallery for the Philadelphia Museum of Art; the Jeremiah Lee Mansion, a vestige o
218.
America's Castles: Americans in Scotland (1998) as Production Company
Explores the castles of Scotland reclaimed by Americans in search of their ancient heritage. Fyvie Castle, one of the richest and most romantic castles in Scotland, was purchased by Alexander Leith on his return to his native Scotland, after his success in the American steel industry in the 19th cen
219.
Ida Lupino: Through the Lens (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actress, screenwriter, director and producer Ida Lupino.
220.
Roddy McDowall: Hollywood's Best Friend (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actor and photographer Roddy McDowall, who died of cancer on October 3, 1998.
221.
Silent Witness: Divided Loyalties (1998) as Production Company
Mystery in which medical examiner Sam Ryan finds Maggie Collins and her baby daughter dead -- the mother from a drug overdose, the baby from dehydration. Two weeks later, an explosion kills a local drug dealer. Sam believes the cases are linked but her theories are dismissed by Chief Inspector Hopki
222.
George C. Scott (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actor George C. Scott.
223.
Johnny Mathis Live By Request (1998) as Production Company
Johnny Mathis performs live from Sony Music Studios in New York. Viewers request songs via a 1-800 number and over the Internet.
224.
Loretta Young (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actress Loretta Young.
225.
Jacques Cousteau (1998) as Production Company
Profile of diver, inventor, showman and conservationist Jacques Cousteau.
226.
America's Castles: New England Retreats (1998) as Production Company
A tour of three New England castles: Hillstead, built in 1901 near Farmington, Connecticut; Naumkeag in Stockbridge, Massachusetts; and Lucknow in Moultonborough, New Hampshire.
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John Wayne: The Unquiet American (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actor John Wayne.
228.
Gary Cooper: The Face of a Hero (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actor Gary Cooper.
229.
Anthony Quinn (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actor Anthony Quinn.
230.
Lee Strasberg: The Method Man (1998) as Production Company
Profile of legendary acting teacher and creator of Method Acting, Lee Strasberg.
231.
Bob Vila's Guide to Historic Homes: In Search of Palladio: The Palladians in England and Ireland (1998) as Production Company
Bob Vila travels to the United Kingdom and Ireland to explore the great Palladian Revival, which was popular in the 18th century. Featured houses include: Cheswick House, a domed house a few miles from London's Trafalgar Square; Marble Hill House, which sits on the banks of the Thames and was built
232.
America's Castles: Equestrians (1998) as Production Company
The three castles featured are: Morven Park, a Greek revival mansion designed by Washington DC architect Benjamin Henry Latrobe; Belle Meade, a stud farm which received national prominence in the 1870s and 1880s when visitors flocked to the annual spring sale of thoroughbred yearlings; and Long Bran
233.
Deadly Transactions (1998) as Production Company
Documentary special that shatters the myth that robbing a bank is a victimless crime.
234.
America's Castles: Eccentrics (1998) as Production Company
A look at three castles that reveal the quirkiness of their owners: John Hays Hammond's medievel castle, overlooking Norman's Woe in Gloucester, Massachusetts; Henry Chapman Mercer's 47-room castle, shaped out of colorful tiles and concrete in Doylestown, Pennsylvania; and Otto Herman Kahn's French
235.
Denzel Washington (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actor Denzel Washington.
236.
Dinah Shore (1998) as Production Company
Profile of singer/actress Dinah Shore.
237.
Doris Day: It's Magic (1998) as Production Company
Profile of singer/actress Doris Day.
238.
Ed Asner: Lovable Grouch (1998) as Production Company
Profile of actor Edward Asner.
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Bob Vila's Guide to Historic Homes: In Search of Palladio: The Villas of Veneto (1998) as Production Company
Bob Vila travels to the region known as the Veneto in Venice, Italy, home to 16th-century Italian architect Andrea Palladio, who started an architectural revolution there. Bob Vila visits pre-Palladian Villa Giustinian, a Renaissance palace, as well as Palladio's own Villas: Villa Pisani, an homage
240.
Big Dogs/Little Dogs (1998) as Production Company
A look at dogs from every perspective -- history, breeds, behavior, training, celebrity, business and people. Includes interviews with dog behaviorists, an anthropologist, authors, pet-store managers, a dog cemetary operator, trainers, an ASPCA official, a dog illustrator, dog show officials, dog ow
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HOLIDAY AT POPS! (1998) as Production Company
Keith Lockhart conducts The Boston Pops live from Symphony Hall in Boston. Special guest artists include: opera star Frederica von Stade, jazz singer/guitarist John Pizzarelli, baritone Mark Oswald, the Tanglewood Festival Chorus and the PALs Children's Chorus.
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Hollywoodism: Jews, Movies and the American Dream (1998) as Production Company
Documentary based on the book by Neal Gabler about the Jewish men who founded the Hollywood studios, including Adolph Zukor, Carl Laemmle, Louis B Mayer, William Fox, Harry Cohn and the Warner brothers.
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Prohibition: Thirteen Years That Changed America (1997) as Production Company
Documentary examines the thirteen years of Prohibition in the United States, as mandated by the 18th Amendment to the Constitution. The special presents a study of the "dry" years that are often represented in popular culture by flappers, speakeasies, gangsters and G-men. America's craving for alcoh
244.
America's Castles: Return to Newport (1997) as Production Company
Special looks at the mansions of Newport, Rhode Island. The homes profiled include: Belcourt, built in 1891 by an heir to the Rothschild fortune; Rosecliff, built in 1902 for the heiress of the Comstock Lode silver fortune and Kingscote, built in 1841 as one of the first "summer cottages" for the ul
245.
Man Who Wanted World War III, The (1997) as Production Company
Documentary exploring the roles that General Curtis LeMay and General Thomas Power and others may have played in bringing the world close to a third World War in the 1960's by amassing a huge nuclear arsenal and deliberately provoking the enemy with illegal spy planes over Soviet airspace.
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America's Castles: The Confederacy (1997) as Production Company
Special looks at the opulent homes built in the South and used during the Civil War for purposes ranging from executive mansions to a refuge for soldiers: The White House of the Confederacy was the executive mansion for Confederate President Jefferson Davis from 1861 to 1865; Arlington House built i
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Untying the Straitjacket (1997) as Production Company
Special takes an unprecedented look inside the nation's highest-security mental hospitals -- Kirby Forensic Psychiatric Center in New York and Clifton Perkins Hospital in Maryland to see what happens to those who are found not guilty of murder by reason of insanity. Cameras travel through the wards
248.
Ira Gershwin: A Centenary Celebration -- Who Could Ask For Anything More? (1997) as Production Company
Presentation of a concert from London's Albert Hall which begins the Gershwin Centenary, celebrating the works of lyricist Ira Gershwin. Popular music stars perform some of Gershwin's best loved songs.
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Joan Collins: A Personal Dynasty (1997) as Production Company
Profile of actress Joan Collins.
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Jimmy Stewart (1997) as Production Company
Profile of actor James Stewart.
251.
America's Castles: The Governors' Mansions (1997) as Production Company
Special looks at the governors' mansions in Kentucky, Missouri and New Jersey.
252.
James Taylor Live By Request (1997) as Production Company
Live, interactive telecast featuring singer James Taylor performing some of his most popular songs requested by viewers via phone, fax and the Internet.
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Love in the Ancient World (1997) as Production Company
Special explores the extraordinary lengths to which the civilizations of the ancient world went to control their sex drives. The sexual practices of Egypt, Greece, Rome and others are examined along with the self-imposed "civilizing" rules they lived under.
254.
Thurgood Marshall (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of Thurgood Marshall, the first African-American member of the U.S. Supreme Court.
255.
Child Sex Trade (1997) as Production Company
Documentary focusing on the exploitation and enslavement of children in the United States.
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Sidney Poitier: The Defiant One (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor Sidney Poitier.
257.
Fatal Flaw: A Skyscraper's Nightmare (1997) as Production Company
Documentary reveals the inside story of the Citicorp Tower in New York City, which was in danger of collapsing due to a design flaw that wasn't detected until shortly after the building's first occupants moved in.
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Blood Money: Switzerland's Nazi Gold (1997) as Production Company
Documentary focuses on the emerging story of Jews, who deposited their family money into Swiss bank accounts during the Holocaust of World War II to protect it from the Nazis. Survivors are still trying to reclaim their wealth 50 years later. A major investigation has been launched to trace possible
259.
Queen Victoria: Royal Family Values (1997) as Production Company
Documentary on the life of Alexandrina Victoria of the House of Hanover, who in 1837, at the age of 18, was crowned queen of Great Britain and Ireland.
260.
America's Castles: Cotton Kings (1997) as Production Company
Special looks at the mansions built by the "Cotton Kings" those people who became wealthy by buying, selling and financing the cotton crop. The homes profiled include: Swan House built in the 1920's in Atlanta; Bishop's Place in Galveston which was completed in 1893; Moody Mansion also in Galveston;
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HOLIDAY AT POPS! (1997) as Production Company
Christmas 1997 holiday special featuring Keith Lockhart conducting the Boston Pops Orchestra from Symphony Hall in Boston.
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Hollywood Aliens and Monsters: A Century of Science-Fiction Cinema (1997) as Production Company
A look at the greatest science fiction films ever made, from early classics to current blockbusters. Features behind-the-scenes stories of films and examines the major themes of post-war American pop culture including aliens, nuclear mutations and re-animation.
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Hannibal: The General's General (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of Hannibal who crossed the Alps from Spain to Italy with a force of 50,000 men and thirty-seven elephants in the winter of 216 B.C. The documentary traces his route, key battle sites and includes interviews with military experts.
264.
Audrey Hepburn: The Fairest Lady (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actress Audrey Hepburn.
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Canadian Brass: A Christams Special, The (1997) as Production Company
Holiday special featuring the Canadian Brass with friends, family and special guests, the Toronto Children's Choir and the ice-skating Ducheneys.
266.
Psychedelic Science (1997) as Production Company
Special looks at the resurgence in research of psychedelic drugs in the 1990s, the first time these drugs have been approved for use on humans since they were banned by the government in the 1960s. Leading scientists from both eras are interviewed.
267.
Edward R Murrow: Voice of America (1997) as Production Company
Documentary on the life of Edward R Murrow, the man who covered WWII on the radio and returned home to help re-invent journalism on television.
268.
Pops Goes the Fourth! (1997) as Production Company
Live coverage of the July 4th Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra's holiday performance along the banks of the Charles River.
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Same-Sex Marriages (1997) as Production Company
Documentary examining the issues surrounding same-sex marriages, focusing on the expected affirmative ruling sanctioning same-sex marriages in Hawaii. Also includes interviews with gay couples, children raised by gay couples, and others from both sides of the issue.
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America's Castles: Architectural Masterpieces (1997) as Production Company
Documentary touring some of the most recognizable architectural styles in America: Pebble Hill, a Georgian Revival Southern plantation built in 1896; The Gamble House, an Arts and Crafts home built in 1907 by the owner of Proctor & Gamble; and The Victoria House, a summer home made of brownstone in
271.
Sam Giancana: The Gangster Who Dreamed (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of gangster Sam Giancana.
272.
Vincent Price: The Versatile Villain (1997) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and career of actor Vincent Price, best known for horror film classics such as "House of Wax," "The Fly," and "The Pit and the Pendulum."
273.
Noah's Flood (1997) as Production Company
Special examines evidence that may support the existence of the Great Flood as described in the Bible.
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America's Castles: The Anglophiles (1997) as Production Company
Documentary touring lavish homes which were constructed using parts of European castles, a trend popular with wealthy Americans in the 1920's: Salisbury House, modeled after the King's House in Salisbury, England, and assembled from various European castles in 1923; Agecroft Hall, originally built i
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America's Castles: The Astors (1997) as Production Company
Features the three castles of the Astor's, one of America's wealthiest families who dominated society in America and in Europe.
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America's Castles: The Canadians (1997) as Production Company
Documentary touring famous homes in Canada: Casa Loma built by famed architect E.J. Lennox; Dundern Castle which was home to two former Canadian Prime Ministers; and Parkwood, the estate of Buick founder Charles McLaughlin.
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America's Castles: The Great Frontier (1997) as Production Company
Documentary of three palaces built by 19th century men who searched for and found the American dream: Terrace Hill, the "Palace of the Prairies," in old Fort Des Moines, Iowa; the Rosemont mansion in Pueblo, Colorado; and Moss Mansion in Montana.
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America's Castles: The Railroad Barons (1997) as Production Company
Documentary touring the homes of three wealthy railroad barons: Hildene, built in 1902 for Robert Todd Lincoln, the president of the Pullman Railroad Company; The Hay House, which was built for a major railroad investor; and The Lockwood-Mathews Mansion, built by the Civil War railroad baron, LeGran
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America's Castles: Gardens and Galleries (1997) as Production Company
Documentary of three homes not built for private living, but erected to house world-class collections of rare books, manuscripts and fine art: Philbrook Estate in Tulsa, Oklahoma; The Huntington in San Marino, California; and Reynolds House Museum of American Art in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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America's Castles: Cattle Barons (1997) as Production Company
Special features fine homes built by the cattle barons of the American West, including King Ranch, the largest ranch in the continental U.S.; Cherokee Ranch in Colorado; the Trail End Historic Center in Wyoming; and Thistle Hill, built in 1903.
281.
Jane Russell (1997) as Production Company
Profile of actress Jane Russell.
282.
Bruce Lee: The Immortal Dragon (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor and martial artist Bruce Lee.
283.
America's Castles: The Grand Resorts II (1997) as Production Company
Documentary highlights three grand resorts: Hotel del Coronado, built in 1888, which is the largest beach resort on the North American Pacific Coast and has had nine American presidents as guests; Mission Inn, built to resemble a baronial Spanish castle and has Tiffany windows in each of its 235 roo
284.
Henry Fonda: Hollywood's Quiet Hero (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor Henry Fonda.
285.
Girl in the Photograph, The (1997) as Production Company
Profile of Kim Phuc, the subject of a photograph credited with turning the tide of American public opinion against the Vietnam war. The photograph was of a nine-year-old Kim Phuc running naked toward the camera, screaming in agony from the napalm that had just severely burned her flesh. She went on
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America's Castles: Castles on the Bay (1997) as Production Company
Special looks at some of the historical mansions of San Francisco, California. The homes profiled include Haas-Lilienthal House, Dunsmuir House and Ralston Hall.
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Sonja Henie: Fire on Ice (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of Norwegian figure skating star Sonja Henie, who went on to become a Hollywood movie star and pioneer live ice shows.
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Stalking the Stalkers (1997) as Production Company
Documentary examining the crime of stalking. Takes a behind-the-scenes look at Los Angeles' Stalking Squad. Los Angeles is the only city in the world with a police unit dedicated to tackling the problems with stalkers.
289.
Sophia Loren: Actress Italian Style (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actress Sophia Loren.
290.
Inside Heaven's Gate (1997) as Production Company
Documentary investigates why thirty-nine members of the Heaven's Gate cult committed suicide by lethal ingestion of drugs and alcohol, in a house in San Diego. Examines how the cult, a fusion of Christianity, New Age-ism and science fiction, was established over twenty years ago by two people who ca
291.
Shah of Iran (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of Mohammed Reza Pahlvai, the Shah of Iran.
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Tom Hanks: Hollywood's Golden Boy (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor Tom Hanks.
293.
Tony Bennett Live By Request: A Valentine's Special (1997) as Production Company
Live telecast featuring Tony Bennett performing phone-in requests from viewers that may be selected from a list of 50 standard love songs.
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America's Castles: Capital City (1997) as Production Company
Explores the homes and estates of Washington, D.C. that reflect the power, prestige and international influence of the U.S. government for over nearly 200 years. Features Tudor Place, a Georgetown home purchased in 1805 with money inherited from George Washington, the owner's step-grandfather; The H
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America's Castles: The Artists (1997) as Production Company
Special looks at the homes of three American artists: Beauport, built in 1907 by interior designer Henry Davis Sleeper; Chesterwood, built in 1901 by Daniel Chester French, the sculptor of Lincoln's statue in the Lincoln Memorial; and The Longfellow House, built in 1759 by a wealthy Royalist, later
296.
Barbara Stanwyck: Straight Down the Line (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actress Barbara Stanwyck.
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America's Castles: The Empire Estates (1997) as Production Company
Documentary touring the homes of artists and industrialists who built their getaway homes on the banks of the Hudson River: Washington Irving's Sunnyside; Frederic Edwin Church's Olana; and the Ogden Mills Mansion.
298.
Gentleman's Clubs (1997) as Production Company
Documentary examining the history of strip clubs, the possible link between the clubs and organized crime, and the future of the sex industry. Features interviews with people familiar with the clubs and their operations, including politicians, dancers, industry insiders, a prosecutor, club owners an
299.
Men Who Would Be Pope, The (1997) as Production Company
Documentary reveals some of the secrets of the Conclave, the papal election process, and profiles the potential candidates who might emerge as the first Pope for the 21st century and the new millennium.
300.
Alan Alda: More Than Mr. Nice Guy (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor Alan Alda.
301.
Andy Griffith: Hollywood's Homespun Hero (1997) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor Andy Griffith.
302.
Aliens From Mars (1997) as Production Company
Special examines evidence that links a meteorite rock to the possibility of life 3.5 billion years ago on the surface of Mars. Top NASA, university and other scientific experts share their views, findings and opinions about the discovery and its implications for future exploration in space.
303.
Richard Pryor: Comic on the Edge (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of comedian Richard Pryor.
304.
Saint Patrick: The Man, The Myth (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of Saint Patrick.
305.
America's Castles: Lone Star Castles (1996) as Production Company
Documentary touring some of the grand homes of Texas. The featured homes include the McFadden-Ward House, Bayou Bend and South Fork, the ranch featured on the television series "Dallas."
306.
Icebreaker to the North Pole (1996) as Production Company
Documentary chronicles a unique scientific expedition to the North Pole. In July of 1994, two Coast Guard icebreakers departed Alaska for a round trip to the North Pole, the first expedition to reach to the Pole by a western route.
307.
Moshe Dayan: A Warrior's Story (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of Israeli general Moshe Dayan.
308.
James Brown: The Godfather of Soul (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of singer James Brown.
309.
Albert Speer: The Nazi Who Said Sorry (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of Albert Speer, the only senior Nazi to apologize for his actions.
310.
Muhammad Ali: The Greatest (1996) as Production Company
Biography of heavyweight boxing champion Muhammad Ali.
311.
Henry Kissinger: A Diplomat's Life (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
312.
Zorro: Mark of the Z (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of fictional character Zorro, chronicling the creation of this mysterious hero in pulp fiction books to his many incarnations in movies, comic books and television.
313.
Secret Tapes of Richard Speck, The (1996) as Production Company
Documentary profiling Richard Speck, the man convicted of the brutal murders of eight nurses on Chicago's south side on the night of July 13, 1966. His death sentence was never carried out and today Speck seems to be very content with his life in prison, involved in a world of drugs, money and sex.
314.
Daredevils! (1996) as Production Company
Special profiling thrill seekers, daredevils, airplane acrobats, motorcycle jumbers, high-wire trapeze artists and their stunts.
315.
David Brinkley: A Reporter's Life (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of the late journalist David Brinkley.
316.
Elizabeth II: The Making of a Queen (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of Queen Elizabeth II of England, focusing on her early years. The special incorporates interviews, commentary from historians, and film segments featuring broadcasts of speeches and her coronation.
317.
America's Castles: The Best of Charleston (1996) as Production Company
Documentary touring some of the great ante-bellum and post-Civil War homes in Charleston, South Carolina. The featured homes include the Heyward-Washington House, Nathaniel Russell House, the Calhoun Mansion, the Joseph Manigault House and the Edmonston-Alston House.
318.
America's Castles: The Grand Resorts (1996) as Production Company
Documentary touring some of America's famous resorts. The featured resorts include The Greenbriar, The Hotel Hershey and the Mohonk Mountain House.
319.
Hugh Hefner: American Playboy (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of Hugh Hefner, founder of "Playboy" magazine.
320.
Howard Stern: Radio Rebel (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of syndicated radio show host Howard Stern.
321.
Great Irish Famine, The (1996) as Production Company
Documentary examines the Irish Famine of 1845 caused by a blight that destroyed the potato crops, the main source of food for the rural poor of Ireland. The special takes a look at the cause of the blight, inadequate relief from the British, the ineffective way the government dealt with the crisis,
322.
Secrets of Karnak (1996) as Production Company
Documentary taking a look at Egypt's Temple of Karnak, which took 2,000 years and 80,000 workers to build. Historians describe the pagan rituals which took place in the temple and computer reconstructions uncover architectural mysteries.
323.
George Bush (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of former United States President George Bush.
324.
Saddam Hussein (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of Iraqi president Saddam Hussein.
325.
Miracle Babies: The Story of the Dionne Quintuplets (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of the Dionne Quintuplets: Cecile, Emilie, Marie, Yvonne and Annette.
326.
Michael Douglas (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor, producer and director Michael Douglas.
327.
Barry Manilow Live By Request (1996) as Production Company
Live telecast featuring Barry Manilow performing from SONY Studios in New York City. Manilow takes call-in requests from A&E viewers.
328.
America's Castles: Palaces on the Prairie (1996) as Production Company
Documentary touring famous homes in the great plains: Arbor Lodge; Marland Mansion; and Brucemore.
329.
America's Castles: Bayou Castles (1996) as Production Company
Documentary touring four ante-bellum plantation homes on the Louisiana Bayous. The featured homes include Destrahan, the oldest plantation in the state, Shadows-on-the-Teche, owned by sugar tycoon David Weeks, San Francisco House, which is modeled after a Mississippi steamboat, and Rosedown, the fin
330.
America's Castles: The Vanderbilts Abroad (1996) as Production Company
Documentary explores England's Blenheim Palace, the castle lived in by Consuelo Vanderbilt when she married the ninth Duke of Marlborough.
331.
Marilyn Monroe: The Mortal Goddess (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actress Marilyn Monroe.
332.
Carol Burnett: Just to Have a Laugh (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of comedienne and actress Carol Burnett.
333.
Shirley Temple: The Biggest Little Star (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of child star Shirley Temple.
334.
Tyrone Power: The Last Idol (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor Tyrone Power.
335.
Richard M. Nixon (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of former United States president Richard M. Nixon tracing his rise from the farming village of Yorba Linda, California, to the Oval Office. The special covers major events in Nixon's life such as, his anit-Communist crusading, the "Checkers" speech, his narrow defeat by Ken
336.
War Crimes: Five Days in Hell (1996) as Production Company
Documentary revealing the inside story of what really happened in Bosnia in July of 1995. Serb leaders Radovan Karadzic and General Mladic are accused on the genocide of more than seven thousand Muslims during the capture of Srebrenica.
337.
Military Weapons: Buy Now... Test Later (1996) as Production Company
Documentary exploring Pentagon spending, probing the purchase of weapon systems that are inadequate or useless, but cost billions of dollars.
338.
America's Castles: The Victorian Era (1996) as Production Company
Documentary touring three famous estates built during the Victorian era: The Glessner Home; The Mark Twain Home; and Thomas Edison's Glenmont.
339.
America's Castles: The Garden Estates (1996) as Production Company
Documentary touring three garden estates: Maymont; Filoli; and Bellingrath Home and Gardens.
340.
America's Castles: The Homes of Frank Lloyd Wright (1996) as Production Company
Documentary explores the personal homes built by architect Frank Lloyd Wright including The Oak Park Home & Studio, Taliesin, and Taliesin West.
341.
Bob Vila's Guide to Historic Homes in America (1996) as Production Company
Multi-part special in which Bob Vila tours over 20 historic homes in America.
342.
Rush Limbaugh: Always Right (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of conservative talk-show host Rush Limbaugh.
343.
1995 Edinburgh Military Tattoo, The (1996) as Production Company
A special featuring military pomp and parade (a "tattoo" is an outdoor military exercise given by troops as evening entertainment) at Edinburgh Castle. Thousands of troops in Scots regalia, horse guards, and bagpipe players participate. The show also covers the history of the event.
344.
America's Castles: Windy City Castles (1996) as Production Company
Documentary touring famous homes in Chicago, Illinois: The Cuneo; Cantigny; and The Charles Gates Dawes House.
345.
America's Castles: Palaces in Paradise (1996) as Production Company
Documentary touring famous homes in warm climates: Iolani Palace in Hawaii and La Foreleza and Serralles Castle in Puerto Rico.
346.
Haunted Houses (1996) as Production Company
Special features ghost tales and the houses that spawned them, using dramatic re-creations and documentary narrative. The hauntings are set against pivotal events in American history, such as the Salem witch hunt and the American Revolution. The houses profiled include: Myrtle Plantation of St. Fran
347.
Dangerous Seas: Inside the U.S. Coast Guard (1996) as Production Company
Documentary takes a look at the lives of the men and women of the U.S. Coast Guard. The three segments describe dangerous jobs that the Coast Guard performs as daily routine. Episode One follows a five-week cruise of a patrol cutter as the officers and crew search incoming ships for drugs, during th
348.
Liar (1996) as Production Company
Documentary featuring the revoluntionary CBP (Computer Based Polygraph). Scientists claim the CBP has 98% validity as a lie-detector. The special explores deceit, lies and developments in the polygraph business.
349.
Carmen Miranda: The South American Way (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actress Carmen Miranda.
350.
Dirty Secrets of Cromwell Street (1996) as Production Company
Documentary revealing the inside story behind the serial killers Fred and Rosemary West, who murdered West's first wife, a daughter and ten other victims in England.
351.
Wired For Sex (1996) as Production Company
Documenatary examining the sexual cyberspace revolution, including interviews with a psychiatrist who believes computers are a big boon to love, a cybercop who patrols the Internet looking for sexual predators, porn stars, and a couple that met and married through the Internet.
352.
Norman Schwarzkopf (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of United States general Norman Schwarzkopf.
353.
Trial of O.J. Simpson: Anatomy of a Verdict, The (1996) as Production Company
Summary of the events surrounding the murders of Nicole Simpson and Ron Goldman and the arrest and trial of O.J. Simpson.
354.
Alfred Kinsey: Pioneer of the Sexual Revolution (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of sexual researcher Alfred Kinsey.
355.
Peter Lorre: The Master of Menace (1996) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor Peter Lorre.
356.
Soldier's Peace, A (1995) as Production Company
Documentary examining the successes and failures of United Nations peacekeeping missions around the world.
357.
Shot By a Kid (1995) as Production Company
Documentary looking at youth violence in the inner cities of the United States.
358.
Tony Bennett: The Art of the Singer (1995) as Production Company
Profile of the life and career of singer Tony Bennett.
359.
Naked News (1995) as Production Company
Four-part examination of the news media and its impact on American life. Included in each of the parts: an examination of the superstar anchor system, a profile of CNN and its founder Ted Turner, a look at talkshow hosts who dominate the airwaves and influence the political opinions of millions, and
360.
Cops on the Edge (1995) as Production Company
Examination of the record numbers of police officers who are committing suicide and what police departments are doing to help cops handle the mounting pressures of their jobs.
361.
ER: The Real Drama (1995) as Production Company
Documentary looking inside one of America's busiest emergency rooms, at New York's Kings County (Brooklyn) Hospital. The program follows doctors and nurses on the overnight shift as they rush to save victims of crime and drug overdoses, and handle other life-or-death cases.
362.
Jack Anderson: The Fall of J. Edgar Hoover (1995) as Production Company
Story of veteran reporter Jack Anderson's decades-long battle with J. Edgar Hoover over the FBI chief's abuses of power.
363.
Immoral Earnings (1995) as Production Company
Documentary exploring the degrading and complex relationship between pimps and prostitutes in London.
364.
O.J. Simpson (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of football star, successful actor and accused murderer O.J. Simpson. Includes interviews and archival material.
365.
Thomas Jefferson: Philosopher of Freedom (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of Thomas Jefferson -- the 3rd U.S. President, author of the Declaration of Independence and founder of the University of Virginia. Explores how Jefferson's place as a slave owner and a debter reconciles with his grander position in history.
366.
Cruel and Unusual (1995) as Production Company
Examination of some of the more notorious cases involving the barbaric and bizarre punishment of prisoners in the United States.
367.
Jimmy Carter (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of former President, peacemaker, and peanut farmer Jimmy Carter. Includes interviews with Carter, friends and colleagues.
368.
Tribute to Stephen Sondheim, A (1995) as Production Company
Award ceremony and presentation of Southern Methodist University's 1994 Algur H. Meadows Award for Excellence in the Arts, to composer and lyricist Stephen Sondheim. Includes a documentary segment tracing Sondheim's life and career using old photographs and clips, reminiscences and interviews, and p
369.
Uncle Ho and Uncle Sam (1995) as Production Company
Documentary looking at the little-known alliance between the United States and Communist Vietnam during World War II. Includes archival footage and personal recollections from U.S. agents.
370.
Ted Bundy: The Mind of a Killer (1995) as Production Company
Portrait of serial killer Ted Bundy, who confessed to murdering over 28 women in the 1970s.
371.
Wife Beaters (1995) as Production Company
Examination of the often hidden crime of domestic violence.
372.
Wildfires: Fighting Fire With Fire (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profiling the men and women who fight America's forest fires.
373.
Matter of Fat, A (1995) as Production Company
Documentary following the attempts of an obese man, Rick Zakowich, to lose half his body weight. As he sheds the pounds, Zakowich develops new values and a brand new outlook on life.
374.
Blood and Iron (1995) as Production Company
Multi-part documentary exploring the place of Germany as a military might in the 20th Century.
375.
Carl Reiner: Still Laughing (1995) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of comedian and director Carl Reiner.
376.
Andrew Jackson: A Man of the People (1995) as Production Company
Documentary on the life of Andrew Jackson, general, Tennessee politician and the seventh president of the United States.
377.
Betty Grable: Behind the Pin-Up (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of movie star Betty Grable -- from her rise to success in the 1940s to later family difficulties. Includes interviews with friends and biographers.
378.
Bela Lugosi: Hollywood's Dark Prince (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of actor Bela Lugosi.
379.
Dean Martin: Everybody Loves Somebody (1995) as Production Company
Profile of the life and career of singer/entertainer/actor Dean Martin.
380.
Odyssey of Troy, The (1995) as Production Company
Documentary exploring evidence which supports the poet Homer's history of the Trojan War, as told in "The Iliad." Focuses on the work of 19th century achaeologist Heinrich Schliemann, who found in northern Turkey what many believe to be the site of ancient Troy.
381.
Gore Vidal's Gore Vidal (1995) as Production Company
Portrait of author Gore Vidal.
382.
Hidden City of Petra, The (1995) as Production Company
A documentary examining the ancient Roman city of Petra, whose ruins are found in modern Jordan.
383.
Pops Goes the Fourth! (1995) as Production Company
Live Fourth of July concert by the Boston Pops conducted by Keith Lockhart.
384.
Holiday at Pops (1995) as Production Company
Live holiday concert featuring the Boston Pops playing Christmas music. Simulcast with WCVB, Boston.
385.
Pope and the Nazis, The (1995) as Production Company
Examination of the role of Pope Pius XII who presided over the Roman Catholic Church during World War II when millions of Jews, gypsies and others were systematically slaughtered by the Nazis.
386.
Brigham Young: Architect of Faith (1995) as Production Company
Biography of Brigham Young, religious leader of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and governor of Utah territory.
387.
Camelot (1995) as Production Company
A documentary searching England and Wales for evidence of King Arthur, Queen Guinevere, Sir Lancelot, Merlin the Magician and other legendary figures of Camelot.
388.
Million Dollar Spy, The (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profiling Aldrich Ames, who sold American secrets to Russia at the height of the Cold War, resulting in the execution of 10 CIA agents. Includes interviews with Ames and those affected by his actions.
389.
Death on Rails (1995) as Production Company
Documentary looking at train wrecks and the conditions that endanger passengers, crew members and communities served by railroads. Includes interviews with crash survivors, railroad officials, government regulators and community leaders, as well as news footage, visits to crash sites and an explorat
390.
Kiri's Coventry Carols (1995) as Production Company
Opera singer Kiri Te Kanawa performs a Christmas concert from England's Coventry Cathedral.
391.
Pompeii: Buried Alive (1995) as Production Company
A documentary exploring the archeological site of the ruined Roman city of Pompeii, destroyed in an eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in 79 A.D.
392.
Houston Symphony Concert on Ice Presented by Office Depot (1995) as Production Company
Champion figure skaters perform to the music of the Houston Symphony Orchestra.
393.
J. Robert Oppenheimer: Father of the Atomic Bomb (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of J. Robert Oppenheimer, the physicist who headed up the laboratory which developed the first atomic bombs.
394.
Ponce DeLeon: The First Conquistidor (1995) as Production Company
Biography of Spanish explorer/adventurer Ponce DeLeon, who became governor of Puerto Rico at the end of the 15th century, brutally surpressed Indian revolts, and discovered Florida while searching for gold and the Fountain of Youth.
395.
Susan B. Anthony: Rebel For the Cause (1995) as Production Company
Documentary on the life of Susan B. Anthony, the pioneer crusader for women's rights.
396.
Mickey Rooney: Hollywood's Little Giant (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of actor Mickey Rooney -- his rise to stardom as a young screen actor, his various marriages and his return to fame on the stage. Includes interviews with Rooney, friends and biographers.
397.
Attila: The Scourge of God (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of Attila the Hun, a fifth-century warrior who helped unite the Hun kingdom by ruthlessly looting and pillaging across what is now Europe.
398.
America's Castles: The Age of Invention (1995) as Production Company
Documentary touring estates built in the economic boom following World War I. Features the Rockefellers' Kykuit, Henry Ford's Fair Lane, John Seiberling's Stan Hywet Hall, and Marjorie Post's Hillwood and Mar-A-Lago (owned by Donald Trump).
399.
Circus! 200 Years of Circus in America (1995) as Production Company
Documentary tracing the history of the circus in America, through archival footage, home movies and new performances.
400.
Pocahantas (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of Pocahontas, the young Native American woman whose dream of peaceful coexistence with European settlers has become a legend of early America.
401.
Carrie Fisher: The Hollywood Family (1995) as Production Company
Actress and author Carrie Fisher presents her perspective on what it's like to live in Hollywood. Focuses on the difficulty of relationships and an examination of the child-acting mill.
402.
Celebrities on Trial (1995) as Production Company
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.
403.
Liberace: Mr. Showmanship (1995) as Production Company
Profile of the life and career of entertainer and television personality Liberace.
404.
Larry King (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of talk-show host Larry King. Includes interviews with King, his family and friends.
405.
Nicholas & Alexandra: Anointed By God (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of Tsar Nicholas II, the last Emperor of Russia, and his wife Alexandra. The two, along with their five children, were believed to have been shot by a Bolshevik firing squad in 1918, but the fall of Communism reveals the facts. Includes archival photos, films, diaries and letters
406.
Walter Winchell: The Voice of America (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of Walter Winchell, the controversial gossip columnist and broadcaster who wielded great personal and political power from the 1930s through the 1950s.
407.
Fake Airplane Parts Business (1995) as Production Company
One in the regularly-scheduled series of news investigation specials, "Investigative Reports."
408.
Coco Chanel: A Private Life (1995) as Production Company
Documentary on Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel -- one of the greatest fashion designers of the century and creator of the famed Chanel No. 5 perfume.
409.
Lucifer's Child (1995) as Production Company
One-woman play with Julie Harris as writer Isak Dinesen, who left her native Denmark to spend her life in Kenya. Originally produced on Broadway, using the sets and costumes from the theatrical production.
410.
Defending the Mob (1995) as Production Company
Documentary looking at men who use the law to defend the kingpins of organized crime.
411.
Debbie Reynolds (1995) as Production Company
Profile of the life and career of entertainer and actress Debbie Reynolds.
412.
Dragons of Crime (1995) as Production Company
Documentary about criminal gangs in the Chinatowns of North America. Uses hidden cameras, concealed microphones and gang members who talk about their involvement in heroin trafficking, credit card fraud, car theft and alien smuggling.
413.
Cops on the Edge (1995) as Production Company
Documentary looking at the high levels of suicide among American police officers and what police departments are doing to help cops cope with the pressures of their jobs.
414.
Jack the Ripper: Phantom of Death (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of Jack the Ripper -- the serial killer who murdered five London prostitutes in the fall of 1888 but was never caught. Includes interviews with experts on the case and insights into how the case might be handled with modern police technology.
415.
FEMA: In the Face of Disaster (1995) as Production Company
Examination of the state of America's disaster preparedness through the controversial work of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), which over the years has been paying an increasing share of the repair bill for natural disasters.
416.
Pablo Casals Festival (1995) as Production Company
Highlights of annual music festival honoring the late cellist and conductor Pablo Casals.
417.
Loretta Lynn (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of country western star Loretta Lynn, tracing her rags-to-riches life. Includes interviews with peers and celebrity fans.
418.
Milton Hershey: The Chocolate King (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of Milton Snavely Hershey -- builder of the Hershey chocolate empire and a legacy of philanthropy.
419.
Honor and Glory: America's Military Honor Guards (1995) as Production Company
Examination of the origins, history and present-day role of the honor guards, drill teams and bands of the U.S. armed services. Featured are the U.S. Army Band, the Navy Ceremonial Guard, the Marine Band, the Marine Drum and Bugle Corps, the Marine Silent Drill Platoon, and the Air Force Honor Guard
420.
Howdy Doody & Buffalo Bob (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of the stars and creators of "The Howdy Doody Show," the children's television series that entertained kids for thirteen years beginning in 1947. Includes clips and anecdotes.
421.
Great Pyramid, The (1995) as Production Company (A&E)
Writers Robert Bauval and Adrian Gilbert travel to Egypt, where they pursue their theory that the pyramids were not tombs for dead pharoahs but in fact a star worshipping cult's attempt to create heaven on earth. Emma Freud accompanies them through the desert and talks with other pyramid experts.
422.
Gloria Steinem: Ms. America (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of writer, editor and feminist leader Gloria Steinem. Includes interviews with Steinem, colleagues, friends and critics.
423.
Paul Newman: Hollywood's Charming Rebel (1995) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor Paul Newman. Includes film and television clips, newsreels, behind-the-scenes materials, auto-racing shots and interviews.
424.
Myth of the Spanish Inquisition, The (1995) as Production Company
Documentary exploring the theory that the Spanish Inquisition (established 1487) was not as harsh and torture-filled as originally suggested, and was simply a victim of a propaganda and disinformation campaign.
425.
Jesse Jackson: I Am Somebody (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of civil rights leader, inspirational orator, Presidential candidate and founder of the Rainbow Coalition, the Reverend Jesse Jackson.
426.
Charles Schulz: A Charlie Brown Life (1995) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of comic strip artist Charles M. Schulz, creator of "Peanuts."
427.
Dallas Symphony Orchestra Presents: Amazing Music, The (1995) as Production Company
Concert special with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra teaching children an appreciation for the symphony. Includes educational cartoons, contests and conducting lessons.
428.
Cartoons Go to War (1995) as Production Company
Examination of the U.S. government-produced animated cartoons used to generate support for World War II among the public and to train the troops. Includes interviews with those who were directly involved in the war animation effort.
429.
Ike & Monty: Generals at War (1995) as Production Company
Documentary portrait of the often combative relationship between the two World War II Allied generals Dwight D. Eisenhower and Bernard Law Montgomery. Includes interviews with historians, archival film and the generals' own correspondence.
430.
Search For Alexander the Great (1995) as Production Company
Modern archeologists search for the final resting place of Alexander the Great.
431.
Gettys: A Tragedy of Riches, The (1995) as Production Company
Documentary on one of the world's wealthiest families -- that of oil tycoon Jean Paul Getty.
432.
Planets on Ice, The (1995) as Production Company
Ice skating performance to the music of Holst's "The Planets."
433.
Darryl F. Zanuck: 20th Century Filmmaker (1995) as Production Company
Profile of the life and career of writer and producer Darryl F. Zanuck.
434.
Lon Chaney, Jr.: Son of a Thousand Faces (1995) as Production Company
Documentary biography of actor Lon Chaney, Jr.
435.
Joseph McCarthy: An American Inquisitor (1995) as Production Company
Profile of the life and career of U.S. Senator Joseph McCarthy, the man who came to define one of the most controversial eras in the United States -- the fight against Communism and internal subversion.
436.
James Earl Jones (1995) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of actor James Earl Jones.
437.
Monarchy (1995) as Production Company
A look at how the British monarchy works, recent changes, and the future of the royals. Examines the effects of past and present scandals on the image of the royal family.
438.
John Denver: The Wildlife Concert (1995) as Production Company
Singer John Denver gives a concert celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Wildlife Conservation Society. Includes an interview with Denver.
439.
Mel Torme (1995) as Production Company
Biographical documentary of popular singing artist Mel Torme.
440.
Hercules (1995) as Production Company
Recounts the saga of Hercules, the superman of the ancient world.
441.
Rise and Fall of the Royal Family, The (1995) as Production Company
Documentary exploring the problems faced by Britain's Royal Family, in light of scandals and the political obsolescence of the monarchy.
442.
Carols From King's: A Celebration of Christmas (1995) as Production Company
A Christmas concert featuring the Chapel of King's College Choir performing music and gospel readings.
443.
Crusades (1995) as Production Company
Account of Christendom's war against Islam during the Middle Ages.
444.
Spies: Betraying a Nation (1995) as Production Company
Documentary looking at recent cases of espionage against the United States. Includes interviews with former FBI Director William Webster, agents who have hunted down the spies, and prosecutors and defense attorneys. Tells the stories of spies John Walker, Jonathan Pollard, Aldrich Ames and Larry Wu-
445.
Peter Sellers (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of actor Peter Sellers. Includes clips of his work and interviews with friends and colleagues.
446.
Secrets of a Child Molester (1995) as Production Company
Documentary featuring an interview with convicted child molester Ross Nelson, who lured hundreds of adolescent boys into sexual relationships over the course of 40 years. Explores his methods for manipulating both the children and their parents and interviews Nelson's former neighbors and acquaintan
447.
Sammy Davis, Jr.: Mr. Entertaiment (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of dancer/singer/actor Sammy Davis, Jr.
448.
Roy Rogers: American Legend (1995) as Production Company
Profile of Roy Rogers -- singing cowboy, star of 91 films and over 100 television shows, and successful entrepreneur.
449.
Pierre Elliott Trudeau (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of former Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau. Includes interview footage, newsreels and family archival material.
450.
Patrick Henry: Voice of Liberty (1995) as Production Company
Documentary on the life of Patrick Henry, the champion of individual liberty and orator of the American Revolution.
451.
Christmas Carol (1995) as Production Company
Dance interpretation of Charles Dickens' classic tale "A Christmas Carol," featuring the Northern Ballet Theater.
452.
Albert Schweitzer: Darkness and Light (1995) as Production Company
Documentary profile of Nobel Peace Prize Winner Dr. Albert Schweitzer, who in the 1950s was regarded as one of the world's greatest humanitarians for building a hospital in the African jungle. Since his death in 1965, however, his paternalism has led to charges of racism and colonialism.
453.
Boris Karloff: The Gentle Monster (1995) as Production Company
Documentary biography of actor Boris Karloff.
454.
Sting, The (1994) as Production Company
Documentary looking at the controversy behind the use of "sting" operations by law enforcement authorities. Focuses on the cases of Washington, D.C., Mayor Marion Barry and auto tycoon John DeLorean, both trapped in drug-related activities and captured by hidden camera.
455.
Soupy Sales (1994) as Production Company
Documentary profile of slapstick comedian Soupy Sales.
456.
Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop (1994) as Production Company
Documentary profile of ventriloquist and children's television star Shari Lewis -- creator of such puppets as Lamb Chop, Charlie Horse and Hush Puppy. Includes clips of her television shows and interviews with family, friends and colleagues.
457.
Jayne Mansfield: Love and Kisses (1994) as Production Company
Profile of Jayne Mansfield, Hollywood starlet of the 1950's. Includes interviews with her ex-husbands and co-stars.
458.
Milton Berle: Mr. Television (1994) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and career of Milton Berle.
459.
Secret Life of Chairman Mao, The (1994) as Production Company
Documentary on the private life of Mao Zedong.
460.
Holiday at Pops (1994) as Production Company
The Boston Pops Orchestra and guests perform Christmas musical favorites.
461.
Sid Caesar: Television's Comedy Genius (1994) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and career of Sid Caesar.
462.
Teddy: A Kennedy Portrait (1994) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and career of Senator Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts.
463.
Anatomy of a War (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining the 1991 Gulf War.
464.
Ape Man (1994) as Production Company
Four-part documentary tracing man's origins.
465.
Adoption Vigilantes (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining extremist groups who steal legally adopted babies and return them to their birth parents.
466.
Bruce Lee (1994) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and career of martial arts actor Bruce Lee.
467.
Gangbusters (1994) as Production Company
Documentary addressing the issue of gang violence and how the criminal justice system deals with it. Focuses on Daryl Whiting, a drug dealer who transplanted his New York gang to Boston in 1987 and an Iowa gang, the Vice Lords.
468.
Admiral William "Bull" Halsey (1994) as Production Company
Documentary profile of Admiral William "Bull" Halsey, the World War II leader who battled the Japanese Navy in the Pacific.
469.
Bette Davis: If Looks Could Kill (1994) as Production Company
Profile of actress Bette Davis, through clips from her most memorable films and interviews with friends.
470.
America's Castles (1994) as Production Company
Documentary tour of palatial U.S. mansions.
471.
Beauty Pageants: Bright Lights, Big Business (1994) as Production Company
Documentary looking at how, since the 1920s, beauty pageants have changed from an innocent side show into a controversial billion-dollar industry. Includes interviews with contest judges, participants, and promoters.
472.
Gilda Radner: In Her Own Words (1994) as Production Company
Life and career of Gilda Radner. Clips from Radner's audio rendition of her biography, "It's Always Something" are included.
473.
Houdini: Great Escape (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining the life and career of magician and illusionist Harry Houdini.
474.
Nunsense 2: The Sequel (1994) as Production Company
Sequel to the musical comedy, "Nunsense," about the Sisters of Hoboken -- a group of quirky nuns.
475.
Rockefellers, The (1994) as Production Company
Documentary profile of the Rockefeller family.
476.
Smithsonian Expedition Specials: Treehouse People, Cannibal Justice (1994) as Production Company
Dr. Paul Taylor, curator of Asian Ethnology for the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, journeys to New Guinea to study the isolated Korowai tribe.
477.
Sex, Lies & Harassment (1994) as Production Company
Documentary addressing the controversial and complex issue of sexual harassment, as seen in the case of Anita Hill and then Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas, as well as other sexual harassment cases.
478.
Diana: On Her Own (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining the life of Lady Diana, Princess of Wales, since her separation from Prince Charles.
479.
Nunsense (1994) as Production Company
Performance of the long-running off-Broadway play, "Nunsense." An assembly of mismatched nuns put on a talent show to raise money to bury the last of a group of nuns who were accidentally poisoned by their chef, Sister Julia, Child of God.
480.
W.C. Fields (1994) as Production Company
Profile of show business legend W.C. (William Claude) Fields -- through clips of his funniest performances and interviews with those who knew and worked with him.
481.
Jack Anderson and the Howard Hughes Double (1994) as Production Company
Documentary recounting reporter Jack Anderson's quest to discover the "real" Howard Hughes, the reclusive billionaire who often had doubles impersonate him.
482.
Humphrey Bogart: Behind the Legend (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining the life and career of actor Humphrey Bogart.
483.
Norman Rockwell: An American Portrait (1994) as Production Company
Profile of American painter Norman Rockwell, whose 320 covers for the "Saturday Evening Post" captured the patriotic spirit and family values of middle America. Includes interviews with close friends and experts on Rockwell's work.
484.
Infamous Dorothy Parker: Would You Kindly Direct Me to Hell?, The (1994) as Production Company
Portrait of writer Dorothy Parker, her Algonquin Round Table friends, her writing and her troubled life. Includes interviews, archival footage of Parker reading poetry and scenes from the 1994 film on Parker's life, "Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle," starring Jennifer Jason Leigh and Matthew Brod
485.
Benjamin Franklin: Citizen of the World (1994) as Production Company
Profile of scientist, writer, inventor, philosopher, statesman, and diplomat Benjamin Franklin.
486.
New Pirates, The (1994) as Production Company
Documentary looking at modern-day pirates who attack and "sea-jack" cargo ships in the waters of South East Asia.
487.
Pope John Paul II (1994) as Production Company
Profile of Karol Josef Wojtyla -- Pope John Paul II.
488.
Titanic (1994) as Production Company
Two-part documentary on the 1912 sinking of the passenger liner "Titanic" -- through photos, films, diaries, and interviews with survivors and experts -- and the aftermath of the disaster.
489.
Van Cliburn (1994) as Production Company
Documentary profile of internationally acclaimed pianist Van Cliburn, who skyrocketed to fame in 1958 but withdrew from public life between 1978 and 1987. Includes interviews with friends and colleagues.
490.
Pops Goes the Fourth! (1994) as Production Company
Fourth annual live coverage of the Fourth of July celebration concert by the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra.
491.
Prime Time Violence (1994) as Production Company
Examination of the controversy raging over violence on television.
492.
D-Day: Day of Decision (1994) as Production Company
Examination of D-Day on June 6, 1944 when Allied forces stormed Normandy beaches in World War II. Comprised of news clips, stills, maps, officers' recollections and personal reminiscences.
493.
Killer & the Candidate, The (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining the decision by then Governor of Arkansas and Presidential candidate Bill Clinton to execute a killer whose brain injury had left him with the mind of a child.
494.
Christa McAuliffe (1994) as Production Company
Chronicles the story of Christa McAuliffe, the young teacher who died in the 1986 shuttle Challenger disaster -- through interviews with her parents and students and archival material which examines the explosion and its impact on space exploration.
495.
Donna Summer (1994) as Production Company
Documentary profile of "The Queen of Disco," Donna Summer, born Adrian Donna Gaines. Includes interviews with family and friends.
496.
Locomotion (1994) as Production Company
A four-part documentary on the history of the railroad. Includes archival film footage, location filming and interviews.
497.
Lost Pharaoh, The (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining the life of the Egyptian king Akhenaten, who reigned from 1375 - 1358 B.C. and introduced monotheism to his nation by claiming that Ra, the sun god, was the only god.
498.
D-Day: The Total Story (1994) as Production Company
A three-part documentary on the Allied invasion of Nazi-occupied Europe in June 1944.
499.
Cleopatra: Destiny's Queen (1994) as Production Company
Documentary profile of Cleopatra, Queen of ancient Egypt, known best for her schemes and romances.
500.
Civil Defense: The War at Home (1994) as Production Company
1950s and 60s films and materials from the Civil Defense agencies are used to trace an often comical history of the United States' preparation for nuclear war.
501.
Private Police (1994) as Production Company
Documentary about communities that have hired private police forces to patrol their streets, even though many of these guards are considered unqualified, ill-equipped, and dangerous to residents and innocent outsiders.
502.
Fireworks! With George Plimpton (1994) as Production Company
Special telling the story of fireworks, from their origins in China to the spectacular displays of today.
503.
Gene Roddenberry: Star Trek and Beyond (1994) as Production Company
Profile of Gene Roddenberry and his creation of the "Star Trek" series -- through interviews with friends and colleagues.
504.
Divorce Wars (1994) as Production Company
Documentary looking at the often painful legal side of divorce proceedings in the United States, with a focus on high-visibility cases like Donald Trump vs. Ivana Trump.
505.
Donald Trump: Deal Maker (1994) as Production Company
Profile of Donald Trump, real estate magnate and casino king.
506.
Evening With Lena Horne, An (1994) as Production Company
Presentation of a 1994 concert given by 77-year-old Lena Horne, at New York's Supper Club.
507.
American Revolution, The (1994) as Production Company
Three-part documentary series on the American Revolution, featuring dramatic re-enactments of battles of the War.
508.
Blue Angels, The (1994) as Production Company
Documentary on The Blue Angels, the U.S. military flying squadron that performs precision aerial maneuvers around the world. Includes archival film footage, location filming and interviews.
509.
Davy Crockett (1994) as Production Company
Biography of Davy Crockett -- hunter, scout, Indian fighter, politician, and defender of the Alamo.
510.
In Search of Oz (1994) as Production Company
Examination of the Oz stories and their author, Frank L. Baum, on the occasion of the 55th anniversary of the classic movie ("The Wizard of Oz") they inspired.
511.
HUD: America's Slumlord (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining corruption and mismanagment at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
512.
George Washington (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining the life of the first President of the United States, George Washington.
513.
General Omar Bradley (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining the life and career of five-star General of the Army Omar Bradley.
514.
Hollywood's Censorship Wars (1994) as Production Company
Documentary on Hollywood movie censorship.
515.
Ross Perot (1994) as Production Company
Profiles the many sides of Ross Perot, billionaire and would-be politician -- through interviews with childhood friends, business associates, a political aide and former POW, and the wife of a Gulf War veteran who was aided by life-saving equipment provided by Perot.
516.
Chappaquiddick (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining Senator Edward Kennedy's involvement in the death of Mary Jo Kopechne on Chappaquiddick Island in 1969.
517.
Reginald Denny: Jury Under Siege (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining the effectiveness of the United States jury system -- specifically, the way various social tensions affected the 1992 trial of Los Angeles rioters and the death sentence verdict of William Hance in 1984.
518.
Riots (1994) as Production Company
Documentary looking at why riots begin and how police try to control them. Focuses on riots at the Democratic Convention in Chicago (1968) and in Crown Heights, New York City (1991), and includes interviews with participants.
519.
Sex and the Church: A House Divided (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining conflicts over Catholic Church policies on sexual issues (birth control, homosexuality and priest celibacy).
520.
Incident at Waco (1994) as Production Company
Documentary about the events leading up to and the aftermath of the bungled government capture and rescue operation at the Branch Davidian compound in Waco, Texas, on April 19, 1993.
521.
Trial by Television (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining the pervasive television presence in the justice system and its effect on the outcome of criminal proceedings.
522.
Body Parts Business, The (1994) as Production Company
Documentary following Bruce Harris, an international children's rights advocate investigating developing countries where children are being killed for use as organ donors.
523.
Babe, The (1994) as Production Company
Profile of the professional and private life of George Herman Ruth, "The Babe" -- often considered the greatest baseball player of all time.
524.
Can We Still Trust NASA? (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining corruption and mismanagement at NASA.
525.
Prostitution: Sex and the Law (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining how the American justice system handles prostitution and how AIDS has turned what was once considered a "victimless" crime into a deadly one.
526.
John Belushi: Funny You Should Ask (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining the life and career of actor and comedian John Belushi.
527.
Modern Marvels: The Empire State Building (1994) as Production Company
Documentary on the construction of the Empire State Building and its symbolic place in the imagination of people throughout the world.
528.
Hitchcock: Alfred the Great (1994) as Production Company
Documentary profile of director Alfred Hitchcock. Includes interviews with acquaintances and clips from many of his movies.
529.
Prince Charles: The Private Man, The Public Role (1994) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and duties of Charles, Prince of Wales. Includes interviews with the Prince.
530.
Steve Allen (1994) as Production Company
Profile of Steve Allen -- pioneer of late-night television, songwriter, actor, and author.
531.
Lucy & Desi: TV's First Couple (1994) as Production Company
Documentary chronicling Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz's rise to stardom (through their television series "I Love Lucy") and the details of their often rocky personal relationship.
532.
Attica Riot: Chaos Behind Bars, The (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining why United States' prisons are breeding grounds for violence and riots. Focuses on the 1971 uprising at New York's Attica State Prison and the 1980 riot at the New Mexico State Penitentiary, using interviews with inmates and other key players in the events, as well as archival
533.
Mysterious Edgar Allan Poe, The (1994) as Production Company
Profile of 19th-century poet, short story writer and master of the macabre Edgar Allan Poe. Includes interviews with Poe scholars.
534.
Marvin Gaye: Troubled Man (1994) as Production Company
Profile of Marvin Gaye's rise in the music business and his tragic fall -- shown through his own words and music, as well as archival footage.
535.
Naked Washington (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining the relationship between U.S. presidents and the press.
536.
Mob Rats (1994) as Production Company
Documentary on how mobsters turn against their partners in crime, enlist in the witness protection program, and provide information that helps the FBI and other law enforcement agencies to convict top Mafia bosses.
537.
Hillary Clinton (1994) as Production Company
Documentary examining the life and career of Hillary Rodham Clinton.
538.
George Wallace: The Politics of Race (1994) as Production Company
Profile of four-time Alabama governor George Wallace -- who rose to national fame on a platform of racial segregation and states' rights, until he was paralyzed in 1972 by a would-be assassin's bullet.
539.
Frontline Pilots: Deep Interdiction; Ground Pounders; Hostile Encounters (1993) as Video Distributor
A documentary examining the air war over Iraq during Operation Desert Storm as told by the U.S. aviators in their own words.
540.
Dogs of War (1993) as Production Company
Documentary examining British mercenaries who are fighting in the Yugoslavian civil war.
541.
Cliffhangers! Adventures From the Thrill Factory (1993) as Production Company
A documentary about the old film serial "cliffhangers" of the 1930s and '40s.
542.
Mafia Boss (1993) as Production Company
Examination of the career of Mafia leader Salvatore Riina.
543.
Terrorism: Target America (1993) as Production Company
Documentary examining international terrorist networks that pose a threat to the United States.
544.
Great Commanders: Napoleon (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the life Napoleon Bonaporte, with particular emphasis on the 1805 Battle of Austerlitz.
545.
Elizabeth Taylor (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and career of actress Elizabeth Taylor.
546.
Pops Goes the Fourth! (1993) as Production Company
Live concert performance by the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra conducted by John Williams in his farewell performance in celebration of the Fourth of July.
547.
Vincent Price (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and career of actor Vincent Price.
548.
Trophy Kill: America's Poacher Wars (1993) as Production Company
Examination of the war between wildlife agents and poachers.
549.
Vigilante Justice (1993) as Production Company
Documentary profiling individuals who have grown frustrated with the legal system and have taken the law into their own hands.
550.
Leonard Bernstein's 75th (1993) as Production Company
A concert from Lincoln Center commemorating the 75th birthday of the late composer/conductor Leonard Bernstein.
551.
Out of the Gulf -- Into the New Navy (1993) as Production Company
Documentary examining the difference between the accident-prone, sometimes ill-trained peacetime U.S. Navy and its wartime counterpart.
552.
Romance, Romance (1993) as Production Company
A telecast of two thematically related one-act plays, "The Little Comedy" and "Summer Share." "The Little Comedy," taking place in turn-of-the-century Vienna, is about two wealthy and bored strangers who meet when they each pretend to be of the lower class. The second play is a contemporary story ab
553.
Great Commanders: Julius Caesar (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and military career of Julius Caesar.
554.
Fire Starters, The (1993) as Production Company
Examination of two historic cases of arson: the Happy Land Bronx Social Club fire which killed 87 people; and the Hartford Circus fire that killed 168 spectators in 1944.
555.
Jimmy Stewart: Hometown Hero (1993) as Production Company
A documentary on the life and career of actor James Stewart.
556.
Pavarotti in Paris (1993) as Production Company
Luciano Pavorotti sings operatic arias as a musical prelude to the Paris Equestrian Masters.
557.
Romeo and Juliet (1993) as Production Company
A presentation of the Northern Ballet Theatre's production of Prokofiev's ballet "Romeo and Juliet," based on the play by Shakespeare.
558.
Rape on Trial (1993) as Production Company
Examination of two recent rape cases: the Mike Tyson date-rape conviction and the Massachusetts gang-rape case in which a woman was raped on a pool table as a crowd watched and cheered in a bar in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
559.
Brainwashers (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the psychological manipulation of adults and children and its role in criminal activity.
560.
Bad Cops (1993) as Production Company
Two-part documentary examining the ethics, power and the potential for corruption that police officers confront.
561.
Face of Tutankhamun, The (1993) as Production Company
A four-part documentary on Howard Carter's 1922 archeological discovery of Pharaoh Tutankhamun's tomb in Egypt's Valley of the Kings.
562.
Death Tide at Tarawa (1993) as Production Company
Account of the savage World War II battle on the Pacific island of Tarawa.
563.
Crossed Sabers: A History of the U.S. Horse Cavalry (1993) as Production Company
A documentary chronicling the history of the U.S. Horse Cavalry from the American Revolution to its mechanization during the two World Wars. Combines clips from film classics, original location footage and battle reenactments.
564.
Firefighters (1993) as Production Company
A documentary examining the training and preparation that goes into battling fires in America's metropolitan areas.
565.
Gambling on the Future (1993) as Production Company
A report examining some of the trends across the United States related to the growth of various forms of organized, legal gambling.
566.
Elvis Presley (1993) as Production Company
A documentary about the life and career of Elvis Presley.
567.
Execution at Midnight (1993) as Production Company
A documetary examining the issue of capital punishment by interviewing seven inmates on death row at Potosi Correction Center in Missouri. Also intercuts interviews with family members, defense attorneys, victims' families, prison staff and prosecuting attorneys.
568.
Bad Blood (1993) as Production Company
A documentary examining the Tuskegee Experiment, a U.S. government medical experiment from 1932 to 1972 in which poor and illiterate black men infected with syphilis were lead to believe that they were helping to find a cure for their disease, but in reality were being used and deceived in a study o
569.
Drive For the American Dream (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the American obsession with automobiles.
570.
Dying For Sex (1993) as Production Company
Documentary concerning Thailand's sex industry.
571.
Hate Crimes (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the evolution of the Ku Klux Klan and the events that led to the "Mississippi Burning" case in 1964.
572.
General William Westmoreland (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and career of General William Westmoreland.
573.
Goebbels: Master of Propaganda (1993) as Production Company
Documentary chronicling the life and career of Hitler's minister of propaganda, Joseph Goebbels.
574.
Great Commanders: Ulysses S. Grant (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and career of Ulysses S. Grant, Civil War general and 18th president of the United States.
575.
Jeffrey Dahmer: The Mind of a Serial Killer (1993) as Production Company
Investigation of the serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer, who was convicted of the murder of 15 young men in February 1992.
576.
Future That Never Was, The (1993) as Production Company
Documentary chronicling the predictions of the past that never materialized. Makes use of science fiction movies, archival footage and expert interviews.
577.
Parallax Garden, The (1993) as Production Company
A drama about a woman having trouble dealing with the fact that her husband left her for a younger woman.
578.
Sins of the Fathers (1993) as Production Company
An investigative report examining alleged widespread sexual abuse of children committed by some American Catholic priests and revealing the Church's usual strategem for dealing with this problem -- denial and avoidance.
579.
Women Trade, The (1993) as Production Company
A documentary following the trade in women from recruitment in the Caribbean to the vice clubs of a major Dutch-based sex syndicate.
580.
Whole Shebang, The (1993) as Production Company
A telecast of a play about a special student who goes before a board of his Dean and professors to discuss the success of his unusual thesis project: the creation of the heavens and earth. The student arranges for two typical specimens of human life to be in attendance and answer questions about th
581.
John Ford (1993) as Production Company
A documentary about the life and career American film director John Ford.
582.
Women in Chains (1993) as Production Company
Documentary profiling the growing number of female convicts.
583.
Madonna (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the life and career of Madonna.
584.
Assassin, The (1993) as Production Company
A documentary examining the career of Michael Townley, a ruthless agent of DINA, the Chilean secret police. The program includes reconstructed assassinations.
585.
Bing Crosby: America's Crooner (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the life of singer/actor Bing Crosby.
586.
L.A. Behind Bars (1993) as Production Company
Documentary examining the prison life within the Los Angeles County Jail system.
587.
Un-Americans, The (1993) as Production Company
A two-part documentary examining the anti-Communist hysteria in the United States during the Cold War and the many, ordinary citizens affected by the fear, suspicion and repression.
588.
Tchaikovsky: A Life (1993) as Production Company
Tribute to composer Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky on the centennial of his death, including performances of his music.
589.
Sold Down the River (1993) as Production Company
A documentary examining what went wrong during Reconstruction in the South following the Civil War. Utilizes archival still photographs, period advertisements and film clips to look at the restoration of white supremacy by the old Confederate states.
590.
Vampyr: A Soap Opera, The (1993) as Production Company
A performance of an updated version of the 19th-Century romantic opera by Henrich Marschner. After being trapped in an underground tomb for 200 years, a vampire of Scottish aristocratic descent is set free in contemporary London where he must claim the lives of three girls in as many days or face et
591.
Joseph Cicippio: Chains to Roses (1993) as Production Company
A documentary examining the imprisonment in Beirut, Lebanon, of U.S. businessman Joseph Cicippio, who was physically and mentally tortured by his captors for five years.
592.
John Gotti (1993) as Production Company
A documentary about the life of mobster John Gotti.
593.
Movie Mystery Madness (1993) as Production Company
Comic re-voicing by the improv group, L.A. Connection, of the classic Sherlock Holmes film, "The Woman in Green." A strange new plot is substituted for the original, and is accompanied by comical music and sound effects.
594.
Why Women Kill (1993) as Production Company
A documentary examining the correlation between the number of female inmates convicted of murder and the occurrence of physical, sexual and/or psychological abuse in their lives.
595.
Modern Marvels: Mt. Rushmore (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the creation of the carvings of the four U.S. presidential faces on Mt. Rushmore in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
596.
Bob Hope: Thanks For the Memories (1993) as Production Company
A documentary about the life of actor/comedian Bob Hope.
597.
Rosenbergs, The (1993) as Production Company
Examination of the espionage trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, who were convicted of treason for providing nuclear weaponry information to the Soviets in the early 1950s.
598.
Images of the Civil War (1993) as Production Company
A documentary about the personalities and battles of the Civil War. Live-action battle reenactments are combined with paintings by Mort Kunstler.
599.
New York Law (1993) as Production Company
Behind-the-scenes documentary on how the justice system deals with the sheer volume of criminal cases each day in New York City, specifically the process of plea bargaining.
600.
Groucho Marx (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the life of Groucho Marx.
601.
Alexander the Great (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the life of Alexander the Great.
602.
Alcatraz (1993) as Production Company
Documentary on the most daring escape attempts of Alcatraz prisoners.
603.
Seven Minutes that Stunned the Navy (1993) as Production Company
Examination of the downing of Iran Air Flight 655 by the high-tech U.S. Navy cruiser "Vincennes," which resulted in the death of 290 civilians in the Persian Gulf in July 1988.
604.
Beirut Bombing, The (1993) as Production Company
Investigation into the 1983 bombing of the Marine barracks in Beirut that killed 242 United States military personnel.
605.
RFK Assassination, The (1992) as Cable Network
A documentary concerning the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy in June 5, 1968 on the evening of his victory in the California Democratic primary. Presents evidence and critical discrepancies showing that Sirhan Sirhan, convicted of the murder, may not really be the assassin.
606.
Hale the Hero (1992) as Production Company
A drama about the Revolutionary War hero Nathan Hale.
607.
Living Room Campaign, The (1992) as Production Company
A documentary focusing on the 40-year history of American political advertising.
608.
I Remember You (1992) as Production Company
A drama about a couple who tries to rekindle a romance of twenty years earlier.
609.
James Cagney: City Boy, Country Gentleman (1992) as Production Company
A documentary on the life and career of actor James Cagney.
610.
RFK Assassination, The (1992) as Production Company
A documentary concerning the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy in June 5, 1968 on the evening of his victory in the California Democratic primary. Presents evidence and critical discrepancies showing that Sirhan Sirhan, convicted of the murder, may not really be the assassin.
611.
Together... Kiri and Andre on Broadway (1992) as Production Company
Singer Kiri Te Kanawa and composer/conductor Andre Previn perform Broadway classics.
612.
J. Edgar Hoover (1992) as Production Company
A documentary on the life and career of J. Edgar Hoover, the controversial head of the FBI from 1924 until his death in 1972.
613.
Live From the Philadelphia Orchestra With Riccardo Muti (1992) as Production Company
A special with Riccardo Muti in a final performance as music director of the Philadelphia Orchestra.
614.
David Steinberg's Biased and Insensitive Review of the Year (1992) as Production Company
A comedy retrospective of 1991 hosted by David Steinberg.
615.
Pops Goes the Fourth! (1992) as Production Company
A live music concert celebrating the country's birthday with The Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra and a fireworks display.
616.
Forgotten Fatherland (1992) as Production Company
A documentary about Elisabeth Nietzsche Forster, sister of the German philosopher, who attempted to breed an Aryan Master race and establish a racist utopia in the jungles of Paraguay in 1886.
617.
Jimmy Hoffa (1992) as Production Company
A documentary on the life and career of powerful labor leader Jimmy Hoffa, who mysteriously disappeared in 1975 while he was head of the Teamsters Union amidst charges that he had gangland links.
618.
Avenue Z Afternoon (1992) as Production Company
A comedy about a woman who proves she is capable of taking care of herself when a street punk invades her home.
619.
Comedy From the Caribbean (1992) as Production Company
A four-part live comedy special from Sandals Resort in Montego Bay and Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
620.
George Bush: His World War II Years (1992) as Production Company
A documentary telling the story of George Bush's career as a naval flier during World War II.
621.
Nullarbor Dreaming (1992) as Production Company
A documentary focusing on a team of cave divers and their exploration of the Pannikin Plain Cave, an underwater network in Australia.
622.
Howard Hughes (1992) as Production Company
A documentary about the life of billionaire Howard Hughes.
623.
Cartoon Madness -- The Fantastic Max Fleischer Cartoons (1992) as Production Company
Documentary examining the career of 1920s and '30s cartoonist Max Fleischer, creator of Betty Boop and Koko the Clown.
624.
Who Killed JFK? On the Trail of the Conspiracies (1992) as Production Company
A documentary examining the public controversy over President John F. Kennedy's assassination.
625.
Charlton Heston Presents The Bible (1992) as Production Company
Four specials that focus on the Bible and its cultural and social impact. Charlton Heston reads stories from the King James translation of the Old and New Testments, interspersed with commentaries on their cultural and historical significance. In addition to original footage shot at various biblical
626.
Merry Christmas, Baby (1992) as Production Company
A drama about a couple whose troubled relationship leads to a fierce argument on Christmas day.
627.
Murder in Mississippi (1992) as Production Company
Documentary about the 1964 murder of three young civil rights workers in Mississippi.
628.
Brigitte Bardot (1992) as Production Company
Documentary biography of French film star Brigitte Bardot.
629.
Buffalo Soldiers, The (1992) as Production Company
A documentary exploring the history of the 9th and 10th Cavalries, regiments established in the West after the Civil War, whose ranks were filled with newly freed African-Americans.
630.
Butt Out! Life and Death of Cigarette Advertising on TV (1992) as Production Company
A documentary chronicling the heyday of tobacco advertising on television in the 1950s, its decline during the 1960's as new medical evidence pointed to the hazards of cigarette smoking, and finally, the government's total ban on the advertisement of smoke-inhaled tobacco products on the airwaves in
631.
8th Air Force: Start Engines (Plus 50 Years), The (1992) as Production Company
A documentary about the 8th Air Force, stationed in England during World War II.
632.
Franco: Behind the Myth (1992) as Production Company
A documentary exploring the life and career of Spain's dictator, Generalissimo Francisco Franco using interviews, re-creations, and archival footage.
633.
Key to Watergate, The (1992) as Production Company
A documentary presenting new information on the 1972 Watergate break-in.
634.
1940-1960: Nations in Conflict (1992) as Production Company
A documentary chronicling national conflicts that occurred during 1940-1960. Included are the Middle East conflict at the end of World War II, the emigration of Jews to Palestine, the promise of Mao-Tse-tung's revolution in China, and Japan's rise to prosperity.
635.
CIA (1992) as Production Company
A four-part documentary exploring the history of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
636.
My World of Opera (1992) as Production Company
Singer Kiri Te Kanawa introduces her favorite operatic performances by singers she admires and from her own career. Includes a guided tour through the Royal Opera House Covent Garden.
637.
Shirley Temple Black (1992) as Production Company
A documentary exploring the life and career of actress Shirley Temple.
638.
Churchill (1992) as Production Company
A four-part documentary on the life of British leader, Sir Winston Churchill.
639.
Onassis (1992) as Production Company
A documentary about the life of Greek tycoon/financier Aristotle Onassis.
640.
Al Capone and Eliot Ness (1992) as Production Company
A documentary focusing on 1920s crime fighter Eliot Ness and organized crime boss Al Capone.
641.
Delta Blues 911! (1992) as Production Company
A music special celebrating the 14th Mississippi Delta Blues Festival, an annual festival for fan and performers of blues music.
642.
Beneath Baffin Bay (1991) as Video Distributor
A documentary focusing on an international team of scientists who embark on an expedition exploring the ocean floor beneath the waters off Greenland and Canada's Baffin Island.
643.
Alone and Free (1991) as Video Distributor
A documentary featuring two performing stuntmen, one attempting to walk a tightrope across a Venezuelan waterfall and the other climbing a 2000-foot mountain in France without technical support or equipment.
644.
Crocodile (1991) as Video Distributor
A documentary chronicling the exploration by a group of skilled hunters who set out to capture the eggs of the Australian salt-water crocodile and raise them in a sheltered environment in an attempt to combat extinction.
645.
Joe DiMaggio: The Way It Was (1991) as Video Distributor
A documentary chronicling the life and career of former Yankees baseball player Joe DiMaggio.
646.
Road to Infamy: The Countdown Years (1991) as Video Distributor
A documentary examining the events that took place between the United States and Japan leading to the attack on Pearl Harbor.
647.
Jackie Robinson (1991) as Video Distributor
A documentary profiling the life of baseball pioneer Jackie Robinson. Broadcast as a segment of the "Biography" series.
648.
Desert Storm (1991) as Video Distributor
A four-part documentary series examining the details of the Persian Gulf War through the use of combat footage and analytical commentary.
649.
Dinosaur! (1991) as Video Distributor
A four-part documentary series examining how dinosaurs looked, behaved and lived.
650.
Men in Space: From Goddard to Armstrong (1991) as Video Distributor
A documentary focusing on the U.S. space scientists and astronauts, from rocket expert Robert H. Goddard to Neil A. Armstrong, the first man to step on the moon. Telecast as part of the "Biography" series.
651.
Volcanoscapes 3: Living on the Edge! (1991) as Video Distributor
A documentary examining the destructive activity of Hawaii's Kilauea volcano.
652.
Crocodile (1991) as Production Company
A documentary chronicling the exploration by a group of skilled hunters who set out to capture the eggs of the Australian salt-water crocodile and raise them in a sheltered environment in an attempt to combat extinction.
653.
Terror (1991) as Production Company
A three-part documentary series examining modern terrorism around the world.
654.
Joe DiMaggio: The Way It Was (1991) as Production Company
A documentary chronicling the life and career of former Yankees baseball player Joe DiMaggio.
655.
Men in Space: From Goddard to Armstrong (1991) as Production Company
A documentary focusing on the U.S. space scientists and astronauts, from rocket expert Robert H. Goddard to Neil A. Armstrong, the first man to step on the moon. Telecast as part of the "Biography" series.
656.
Baseball Goes to War (1991) as Production Company
A special focusing on baseball during World War II. Included are memories recalled by baseball veterans who served during the War.
657.
Golden Age of Rock 'n' Roll, The (1991) as Production Company
A 10-part series for A&E about rock and roll in the 1950s and '60s.
658.
Gifted Ones, The (1991) as Production Company
A two-part special exploring the world of the child prodigy.
659.
Green Police, The (1991) as Production Company
A documentary focusing on a special criminal force in New Jersey, known as "The Green Police." The team's responsibilities include tracking down and penalizing anyone who pollutes or takes part in offenses against the environment.
660.
Clara (1991) as Production Company
A drama about a man who is forced to face the circumstances surrounding the brutal murder of his daughter and his own repressed feelings of racial prejudice.
661.
Alone and Free (1991) as Production Company
A documentary featuring two performing stuntmen, one attempting to walk a tightrope across a Venezuelan waterfall and the other climbing a 2000-foot mountain in France without technical support or equipment.
662.
Dinosaur! (1991) as Production Company (A&E)
A four-part documentary series examining how dinosaurs looked, behaved and lived.
663.
Fledermaus, Die (1991) as Production Company
An opera performance of Johann Strauss' "Die Fledermaus" from the Royal Opera, Covent Garden, London.
664.
Fear in the Dark (1991) as Production Company
A special focusing on the history and appeal of the horror genre. Included are film footage and interviews with horror filmmakers and novelists.
665.
Jackie Robinson (1991) as Production Company
A documentary profiling the life of baseball pioneer Jackie Robinson. Broadcast as a segment of the "Biography" series.
666.
Road to Infamy: The Countdown Years (1991) as Production Company
A documentary examining the events that took place between the United States and Japan leading to the attack on Pearl Harbor.
667.
Prostitutki (1991) as Production Company
A documentary examining the rise in prostitution in Russia.
668.
Ronald Reagan (1991) as Production Company
A special chronicling the life of Ronald Reagan, from his early days as a sportscaster in Illinois, through his years in Hollywood, up to his administrations as governor of California and as president. Included are interviews with his daughter Maureen Reagan and authorized Reagan biographer Lou Cann
669.
Malcolm Forbes: The Grand Sportsman (1991) as Production Company
A documentary focusing on the unconventional sporting activities of the late entrepreneur, Malcolm Forbes.
670.
Muhammad Ali (1991) as Production Company
A special chronicling the life and career of former heavyweight fighter Muhammad Ali. Telecast as a segment of "Biography."
671.
Jose Carreras and Friends (1991) as Production Company
A concert performance starring Jose Carreras and other opera singers from the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, London, England.
672.
Is It Safe? (1991) as Production Company
A special focusing on the debate over mandatory AIDS testing of all health care workers and patients before undergoing invasive medical procedures.
673.
Live From the Philadelphia Orchestra: A Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr. (1991) as Production Company
A concert featuring the Philadelphia Orchestra, in a salute to Martin Luther King Jr. Julius Erving reads selections from "A Lincoln Portrait."
674.
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (1991) as Production Company
A documentary profiling the life of former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
675.
Jessye Norman at Notre Dame (1991) as Production Company
A concert telecast of Jessye Norman performing at the Notre Dame Cathederal in Paris, France.
676.
Video Vultures (1991) as Production Company
A special focusing on video freelancers who pursue stories for local an national news organizations. Telecast as part of the "Investigative Reports" series.
677.
Paris Dances Diaghilev (1991) as Production Company
A special showcasing ballet works first presented by impresario Sergei Pavlovich Diaghilev during the period of the Ballets Russes (1909-29). Performed by the Paris Opera Ballet, using each ballet's original choreography as well as its sets and costumes.
678.
Beneath Baffin Bay (1991) as Production Company
A documentary focusing on an international team of scientists who embark on an expedition exploring the ocean floor beneath the waters off Greenland and Canada's Baffin Island.
679.
Toxic Free, TX (1991) as Production Company
A special focusing on the Environmental Health Center of Dallas, a clinic designed to help those afflicted with environmental diseases. Telecast as part of the "Investigative Reports" series.
680.
Let Me Hear You Whisper (1990) as Production Company
A one-act play by Paul Zindel about a cleaning woman and her officious boss who battle over freeing a dolphin in the animal lab where they work. Part of the "American Playwrights Theatre" series on the Arts & Entertainment cable network.
681.
Life of Agatha Christie, The (1990) as Production Company
A documentary commemorating the 100th anniversary of the mystery novelist Agatha Christie. Interviews are intercut with dramatized scenes to relate the story of Christie's life and works.
682.
27 Wagons Full of Cotton (1990) as Production Company
An adaptation of a one-act play by Tennessee Williams. A young, childlike bride of a brutish cotton gin owner becomes the unwitting pawn in her possessive husband's swindle of a brooding neighbor. Broadcast as part of the "American Playwrights Theatre: The One Acts."
683.
Raft of Zaire (1990) as Production Company
A documentary chronicling the journey of ten French rafters down the Zaire River (formerly the Congo River) as they attempt to duplicate the raft voyage made more than 100 years ago by journalist Henry M. Stanley.
684.
Yo-Yo Ma: A Month at Tanglewood (1990) as Production Company
A documentary featuring cellist Yo-Yo Ma at the Tanglewood Music Festival. Explores how composers are inspired to create their own music. Profiles the training and discipline that musicians must have to perform at their peak and to interpret the music before them.
685.
Kids, Parents and the Classroom (1990) as Production Company
A documentary examining three American school districts to see how parents and teachers are working out the educational problems of their children.
686.
In Search of the Dream (1990) as Production Company
A six-part series tracing the African-American experience in the United States from 1619 to the present. Makes use of archival footage as well as interviews with black leaders. A presentation of "A&E Premieres."
687.
Teachers & Television: A Class Act (1990) as Production Company
A documentary spotlighting the work of outstanding teachers across the country.
688.
Women in War: Voices From the Front Lines (1990) as Production Company
A two-part documentary that reveals the effects of war on the women caught in the many conflicts around the globe.
689.
Diana: The Making of a Princess (1989) as Video Distributor
A documentary profiling the life of Princess Diana of Great Britain.
690.
Rope, The (1989) as Production Company
A one-act play by Eugene O'Neill. Broadcast as part of the "American Playwrights Theatre" series on the Arts & Entertainment cable network. A father, awaiting the return of his wayward son to a New England sea village, plans to hang him with a rope in the barn. Luke returns to his family filled with
691.
Red Dynasty (1989) as Production Company
A three-part documentary examining China and its people during the 40 years since the founding of the People's Republic in 1949. Part 1, entitled "Sons of the Revolution," traces the nation's modern history from the revolution until 1976 through the eyes of four people who were active during the tur
692.
Third and Oak: The Pool Hall (1989) as Production Company
A one-act play by Marsha Norman about the relationship between a young disc jockey as his father's best friend. The action takes place in a run-down pool hall which Willie is preparing to sell. His best friend's son, Shooter, stops by for what he thinks will be a friendly chat. In the next hour, sec
693.
Fatal Attraction of Adolf Hitler, The (1989) as Production Company
A two-part documentary examining the personality and rise to power of Adolf Hitler on the centenary of his birth. Included is commentary from authorities on Hitler and interviews with eyewitnesses as well as archival photographs and film.
694.
French Revolution, The (1989) as Production Company
A four-part documentary describing the events of the French Revolution. Part 1, "The Fall of the Bastille," portrays the events of July 14, 1789 when the citizens of Paris stormed the notorious prison. Part 2, "The Death of a Monarchy," examines the fall of King Louis XVI and Queen Marie Antoinette.
695.
Atlantic Challenge (1989) as Production Company
A documentary that follows the ship, the "Atlantic Challenger" in July 1986 as its crew of six attempted to win the Blue Riband prize for fastest transatlantic crossing.
696.
Swan Lake (1989) as Production Company
A presentation of Natalia Makarova's version of the classic ballet "Swan Lake." Basing her interpretation on the original Russian choreography, Makarova conceived this modern version with choreographic assistance from the late Frederick Ashton. Her version pares down the scenario to Siegfried and Od
697.
Paris Live! The French Revolution Bicentennial (1989) as Production Company
Live coverage of the two-hundredth anniversary of the storming of the Bastille, the event traditionally marking the start of the French Revolution. The program features festivities from Paris as well as those from other French cities. Also featured is coverage of Paris' outdoor "opera-ballet" specta
698.
Philadelphia Orchestra and Riccardo Muti Live, The (1989) as Production Company
A live performance of the Philadelphia Orchestra featuring cellist Yo-Yo Ma.
699.
CityVideos (1989) as Production Company
A broadcast of the eight video winners in the 1989 third annual Arts & Entertainment Network (A&E) CityVideos Competition. The five-minute videos profile the achievements of each city entered in the competition.
700.
Furthest North (1989) as Production Company
A documentary that follows three different exploration teams that set out to reach the North Pole in 1987.
701.
King and the Jews, The (1988) as Production Company
An "Our Century" documentary relating the story of how King Abdullah of Jordan tried to bring peace to post-World War II Palestine through secret talks with Jews, Arabs and the Allied nations.
702.
Irving Berlin: The Voice of the City (1988) as Production Company
A special featuring newsreel footage and musical numbers celebrating composer Irving Berlin.
703.
Mrs. Capper's Birthday (1987) as Production Company
Mrs. Hilda Capper is a cleaning woman and a war widow who realizes on her birthday how her life is better than that of her employers.
704.
Life and Loves of a She-Devil, The (1987) as Production Company
A four-part dramatic fable about a woman who transforms herself into a devil after she discovers her husband is having an affair. To take her revenge, she burns their house down, leaves her children with her husband and his lover, and decides to hatch wicked schemes requiring different disguises ove
705.
Star Quality (1987) as Production Company
The first of five adaptations of short stories by Noel Coward presented under the umbrella title, "Noel Coward Short Stories." The first story, "Star Quality," is set in London and Manchester shortly after World War II and deals with a temperamental stage star and the director who seems to have a ta
706.
Bon Voyage (1987) as Production Company
On a trans-Pacific cruise, Lola Widmeyer, a successful American novelist in her late forties, reluctantly falls in love with an attractive British playboy thirteen years her junior. Various types -- including a titled British couple, a busybody, a pair of young honeymooners, and a middle-aged Americ
707.
Me and the Girls (1987) as Production Company
A middle-aged homosexual man, dying in a Swiss hospital on the eve of World War II, recalls his life as the leader of a tacky all-girl song-and-dance troupe that toured seedy cabarets all over Europe. He also faces the painful and poignant memory of the only true love of his life.
708.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgehill (1987) as Production Company
The story of a middle-aged British couple who have failed to make a go of a plantation on Samola (one of His Majesty's islands in the south Pacfic) and who, on the eve of World War II, are about to return to England. But Mr. Edgehill is asked by the government to represent the British Empire on an i
709.
Candide (1986) as Video Distributor
A live broadcast of the New York City Opera's production of Leonard Bernstein's operatic adaptation of Voltaire's short novel about the nature of good and evil in this, "the best of all possible worlds."
710.
Cosi Fan Tutte (1986) as Production Company
Jonathan Miller's film adaptation of Mozart's comic opera about a quartet of lovers and the trials and tribulations of fidelity. The opera, performed in English, is preceded by a brief behind-the-scenes visit with director Jonathan Miller and the cast, entitled "Miller on Mozart."
711.
Brat Farrar (1986) as Production Company
A three-part adaptation of Josephine Tey's psychological thriller. An illegitimate orphan returns to England and is persuaded to impersonate a man who is heir to a rich estate and who disappeared eight years earlier.
712.
Agatha Christie's Miss Marple, Series II (1986) as Production Company
The second series of stories featuring Agatha Christie's diminutive elderly detective, Miss Jane Marple. In "A Pocketful of Rye," Miss Marple solves the murder of a prominent London financier who is found murdered in his office with a handful of rye in his pocket, with no member of his family or st

Misc. Crew (special)

713.
6th Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1992) as Film Clips
The 6th annual American Comedy Awards honors top comedic performers in all fields of American entertainment.

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

714.
Andromeda Strain, The (2008)
A group of scientists try to contain and kill a deadly virus from space, after it infects an entire town, killing everyone. Meanwhile, a reporter thinks it might be a government conspiracy, in which a deadly pathogen from a U.S. satellite spreads through Utah. Based on a novel by Michael Crichton.
715.
Death on the Nile (2004) as Cable Network
716.
Brooke Ellison Story, The (2004) as Cable Network
717.
Ike: Countdown to D-Day (2004) as Cable Network
718.
Death on the Nile (2004) as Production Company
719.
Brooke Ellison Story, The (2004) as Production Company
720.
Ike: Countdown to D-Day (2004) as Production Company
721.
Poirot: Evil Under the Sun (2003) as Cable Network
722.
Mayor of Casterbridge (2003) as Cable Network (Us)
723.
Benedict Arnold: A Question of Honor (2003) as Cable Network
724.
Five Little Pigs (2003) as Cable Network
725.
Horatio Hornblower: Duty (2003) as Cable Network
726.
Horatio Hornblower: Duty (2003) as Production Company
727.
Poirot: Evil Under the Sun (2003) as Production Company
728.
Benedict Arnold: A Question of Honor (2003) as Production Company
729.
Mayor of Casterbridge (2003) as Production Company
730.
Lathe of Heaven, The (2002) as Cable Network
731.
Magnificent Ambersons, The (2002) as Cable Network
732.
Magnificent Ambersons, The (2002) as Domestic Video Distributor (Video/Dvd-Usa)
733.
Dark Autumn (2002) as Production Company
734.
Magnificent Ambersons, The (2002) as Production Company
735.
Great Gatsby, The (2001) as Cable Network
736.
Lost Battalion, The (2001) as Cable Network
The true story of a battalion separated from it's allies during the Battle of Argonne in World War I.
737.
Electric Vendetta, The (2001) as Production Company
738.
Garden of Death (2001) as Production Company
739.
Lorna Doone (2001) as Production Company
740.
Lost Battalion, The (2001) as Production Company
The true story of a battalion separated from it's allies during the Battle of Argonne in World War I.
741.
Dalziel & Pascoe: The British Grenadier (2001) as Production Company
742.
Horatio Hornblower: Mutiny (2001) as Production Company
743.
Dalziel and Pascoe: Time to Go (2001) as Production Company
744.
Walking Shadow (2001) as Production Company
745.
Horatio Hornblower: Retribution (2001) as Production Company
746.
Death of a Stranger (2001) as Production Company
747.
748.
Poirot: Lord Edgware Dies (2000) as Cable Network
749.
Poirot: The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (2000) as Cable Network
750.
Peter Pan Starring Cathy Rigby (2000) as Domestic Video Distributor (Video/Dvd-Usa)
751.
Crossing, The (2000) as Domestic Tv Distributor
752.
Dalziel & Pascoe: Recalled to Life (2000) as Production Company
753.
Blue Herrings (2000) as Production Company
754.
Thin Air: A Spenser Mystery (2000) as Production Company
755.
Death's Shadow (2000) as Production Company
756.
Poirot: The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (2000) as Production Company
757.
Silent Witness: Brothers in Arms (2000) as Production Company
758.
Judgement Day (2000) as Production Company
759.
Dead Man's Eleven (2000) as Production Company
760.
Crossing, The (2000) as Production Company
761.
Dalziel & Pascoe: On Beulah Height (2000) as Production Company
762.
Poirot: Lord Edgware Dies (2000) as Production Company
763.
Golden Spiders: A Nero Wolfe Mystery, The (2000) as Production Company
764.
Dash and Lilly (1999) as Domestic Video Distributor
765.
Dalziel & Pascoe: Bones and Silence (1999) as Production Company
766.
Lady in Question (1999) as Production Company
767.
Scarlet Pimpernel and the Kidnapped King, The (1999) as Production Company (A&E)
768.
Horatio Hornblower: The Duchess & the Devil (1999) as Production Company
769.
Strangler's Wood (1999) as Production Company
770.
Blood Will Out (1999) as Production Company
771.
772.
773.
Small Vices (1999) as Production Company
774.
Horatio Hornblower: Even Chance (1999) as Production Company
775.
Scarlet Pimpernel Meets Mademoiselle Guillotine, The (1999) as Production Company (A&E)
776.
Scarlet Pimpernel (1999) as Production Company (A&E) (Usa)
777.
Murder in a Small Town (1999) as Production Company
778.
Faithful Unto Death (1999) as Production Company
779.
Dash and Lilly (1999) as Production Company
780.
Dalziel and Pascoe: The Wood Beyond (1999) as Production Company
781.
Cater Street Hangman, The (1998) as Production Company
782.
Written in Blood (1998) as Production Company
783.
Silent Witness: An Academic Exercise (1998) as Production Company
784.
Dalziel and Pascoe: Exit Lines (1998) as Production Company
785.
Killings at Badger's Drift, The (1998) as Production Company
786.
Touch of Frost: No Other Love, A (1998) as Production Company
787.
Silent Witness: Fallen Idol (1998) as Production Company
788.
Ebb-Tide, The (1998) as Production Company
789.
Touch of Frost: True Confessions, A (1997) as Production Company
790.
Agatha Christie's The Pale Horse (1997) as Production Company
791.
Dalziel & Pascoe: Ruling Passion (1997) as Production Company
792.
Dalziel & Pascoe: A Killing Kindness (1997) as Production Company
793.
Jane Austen's Emma (1997) as Production Company
794.
Silent Witness: Cease Upon the Midnight (1997) as Production Company
795.
Silent Witness: Only the Lonely (1997) as Production Company
796.
Silent Witness: Blood, Sweat and Tears (1997) as Production Company
797.
Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre (1997) as Production Company
798.
Touch of Frost: Penny For the Guy, A (1997) as Production Company
799.
Touch of Frost: House Calls, A (1997) as Production Company
800.
Touch of Frost: Deep Waters, A (1997) as Production Company
801.
Kiss and Tell (1997) as Production Company
802.
Cracker: White Ghost (1997) as Production Company
803.
Dalziel & Pascoe: Deadheads (1997) as Production Company
804.
Cracker: Best Boys (1996) as Production Company
805.
Cracker: Brotherly Love (1996) as Production Company
806.
Touch of Frost: Unknown Soldiers, A (1996) as Production Company
807.
Touch of Frost: Fun Time For Swingers, A (1996) as Production Company
808.
Silent Witness: Long Days, Short Nights (1996) as Production Company
809.
Silent Witness: Darkness Visible (1996) as Production Company
810.
Cracker: True Romance (1996) as Production Company
811.
Silent Witness: Buried Lies (1996) as Production Company
812.
Silent Witness: The Sins of the Father (1996) as Production Company
813.
Dalziel & Pascoe: An Advancement of Learning (1996) as Production Company
814.
Dalziel & Pascoe: A Clubbable Woman (1996) as Production Company
815.
Dalziel & Pascoe: An Autumn Shroud (1996) as Production Company
816.
Touch of Frost: The Things We Do For Love, A (1996) as Production Company
817.
Inspector Alleyn: Scales of Justice (1995) as Production Company
818.
Cracker: To Be a Somebody (1995) as Production Company
819.
Cracker: The Big Crunch (1995) as Production Company
820.
Touch of Frost: No Refuge, A (1995) as Production Company
821.
Touch of Frost: Paying the Price, A (1995) as Production Company
822.
Touch of Frost: Dead Male One, A (1995) as Production Company
823.
Touch of Frost: Appropriate Adults, A (1995) as Production Company
824.
Cracker: Men Should Weep (1995) as Production Company
825.
Lovejoy: The Lost Colony (1994) as Production Company
826.
Cracker: The Mad Woman in the Attic (1994) as Production Company
827.
Unnatural Pursuits (1994) as Production Company
828.
Thicker Than Water (1994) as Production Company
829.
Inspector Alleyn: Dead Water (1994) as Production Company
830.
Hand in Glove (1994) as Production Company
831.
Genghis Cohn (1993) as Production Company
832.
Miss Marple: The Mirror Crack'd (1993) as Production Company
833.
Angels (1992) as Production Company
834.
They Do It With Mirrors (1992) as Production Company
835.
Cloning of Joanna May, The (1992) as Production Company
836.
Green Man, The (1990) as Domestic Video Distributor
837.
Tumbledown (1990) as Production Company
838.
Green Man, The (1990) as Production Company
839.
Escape (1988) as Production Company
840.
Double Helix (1987) as Production Company
841.
Hotel du Lac (1986) as Production Company

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

842.
Last King, The (2004) as Cable Network
843.
Last King, The (2004) as Production Company
846.
Napoleon (2002) as Cable Network (Usa)
847.
Shackleton (2002) as Cable Network
848.
Shackleton (2002) as Production Company
849.
Napoleon (2002) as Production Company
850.
Lost World, The (2001) as Cable Network
851.
Victoria & Albert (2001) as Cable Network
852.
Victoria & Albert (2001) as Production Company
853.
Longitude (2000) as Production Company
854.
Vanity Fair (1999) as Production Company
855.
Henry Fielding's Tom Jones (1998) as Production Company
856.
Tess of the D'Ubervilles (1998) as Production Company
857.
Sir Walter Scott's Ivanhoe (1997) as Production Company
858.
Pride and Prejudice (1995) as Production Company
859.
Frankie's House (1993) as Production Company
860.
Framed (1993) as Production Company
861.
Year in Provence, A (1993) as Production Company
862.
Ashenden (1992) as Production Company

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