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Production Companies (feature film)

1.
Otelo Burning (2011)
With the political violence of apartheid in South Africa in the late 1980s in the background, three youths discover surfing as an escape from the mayhem that surrounds them.
2.
Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007)
It is 1585 and, having reigned over England for nearly three decades, Queen Elizabeth I continues to face bloodlust for her throne and the lingering threat of familial betrayal. A channel away, a destructive wind of fundamentalist Catholicism blows across 16th century Europe, with Spain's Philip II
3.
Time Machine, The (2002)
Scientist and inventor Alexander Hartdegen is determined to prove that time travel is possible. His determination is turned to desperation by a personal tragedy that now drives him to want to change the past. Testing his theories with a time machine of his own invention, Hartdegen is hurtled 800,000 years into the future. There he finds a post-apocalyptic world where he discovers that mankind has been divided into the hunter... and the hunted.
4.
Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe (2001)
A British seaman, the sole survivor of a shipwreck, finds himself stranded on a remote island. Battling both nature and extreme isolation, Crusoe fights to save himself from slipping into madness. When Crusoe rescues Friday, a native islander, from a tribe of cannibals, the seaman's fate dramaticall
5.
Wedding Planner, The (2001)
Workaholic wedding planner Mary Fiore is so devoted to her career that she doesn't have time to find a man. Things change, however, when Mary takes on a lucrative new client -- the ultra-rich Donnollys, to whom money is no object in regards to the upcoming marriage of their daughter, Fran. When Mary is victim to an unlikely accident involving a runaway dumpster during wedding preparations, she is literally and figuratively swept off of her feet by Steve Edison, a charming pediatrician -- who just happens to be the fiance of Fran Donnolly.
6.
Legend of Bagger Vance, The (2000)
Rannulph Junuh has returned to Savannah a damaged, tortured soul, his youthful innocence shattered by the trauma of World War I. While he's been gone, his former fiancee, Adele Invergordon, has devoted herself to fulfilling her late father's dream of building a world-class golf course on a nearby island. To keep the dream alive in the depths of the Great Depression, she proposes an exhibition tournament featuring golf superstars Bobby Jones and Walter Hagen. When city officials insist that the match can only take place if a local golfer participates, Hardy turns to Junuh to defend his hometown's honor. Along the way he faces down his demons, fights for the love of the woman he abandoned and hits a hole in one with the help of a black caddie named Bagger who offers down-home folk wisdom, spiritual guidance and the secret to a perfect swing.
7.
Small Time Crooks (2000)
Ray Winkler is a meek, addle-brained ex-convict who decides to rob a bank to support the spending habits of his ex-stripper, New Jersey wife, Frenchy. To do so, Ray and his inept accomplices, Denny, Benny and Tommy, rent a vacant store next to a bank and set up a false storefront with the hopes of tunneling from the basement into the bank. While they bumble below ground trying to avoid water mains and other subterranean hazards, Frenchy turns the store upstairs into a thriving cookie shop. Suddenly the Winkers find themselves richer than they could ever imagine and rising up the social ladder at a speed that does not quite fit their tastes.
8.
Shaft (2000)
When spoiled college kid Walter Wade kills a young black student, John Shaft makes the arrest. Walter skips bail and flees the country, and after two years of waiting, Shaft hauls him back into custody as Walter secretly returns to the States. But when Walter's wealthy father posts bail once again, Walter is back on the streets and looking to put Shaft in a body bag. So are two of Shaft's corrupt colleagues, Jack Roselli and Jimmy Grovitch, as well as a Dominican drug lord, Peoples Hernandez, who wants revenge on Shaft for humiliating him in the neighborhood he rules. For backup, Shaft has only his two closest pals: Carmen, a colleague on the police force; and his streetwise confidant, Rasaan. Meanwhile, Shaft has to track down the one murder witness, Diane Palmieri, who can put all of his enemies away for good even as the toughest killers in the city close in on him.
9.
Bamboozled (2000)
A black writer for a fledgling network hungry for a hit delivers a script for a modern-day minstrel show, which becomes a hit.
10.
Whatever It Takes (2000)
Two high school seniors, one jock and one nerd, agree to coach each other on how to win the heart of a girl.
11.
Little Nicky (2000)
Nicky is just a guy who'd rather play heavy metal music in his bedroom sanctuary than climb the corporate ladder in his family's thriving business. Ruthless older brothers Adrian and Cassius are much more ambitious. When their aging father decides to postpone his retirement, the sinister duo defects, leaving home to set up shop in a new location -- New York City. This is about to become a big problem for the "Big Apple." Nicky's dad is the Devil, himself. Adrian and Cassius evade the Gatekeeper's efforts to stop them and make a hasty exit from Hades. As a result, the gates of hell freeze over and with no more evil souls able to enter, their dad starts to fall apart-- literally! It's up to Little Nicky to save him by finding his rotten brothers and bringing them home before his dad wastes away.
12.
Billy Elliot (2000)
The life of a miner's son in Northern England is forever changed one day when he stumbles upon a ballet class on his way to boxing lessons. Joining the class, but keeping it a secret from his widowed father and overbearing brother, 11-year-old Billy finds himself in love with dance, demonstrating th
13.
When Brendan Met Trudy (2000)
Lonely teacher and movie buff Brendan experiences life in a new way when he runs into Trudy, a woman with a taste for spontaneous, often illegal, and sometimes life-threatening fun.
14.
Dancer in the Dark (2000)
A Czech immigrant copes with her encroaching blindness by escaping into musical fantasies.
15.
Flawless (1999)
A conservative retired cop has a stroke and is put into a rehabilitation program with his drag queen neighbor.
16.
Molly (1999)
A man allows his autistic sister to undergo experimental treatment which transforms her into a genius.
17.
Sweet and Lowdown (1999)
Follows the life of 30s jazz player Emmet Ray and his relationship with a mute woman.
18.
Angela's Ashes (1999)
True story about a family in Ireland trying to survive against harsh conditions and poverty.
19.
Magnolia (1999)
On one random day in the San Fernando Valley, a dying father, a young wife, a male caretaker, a famous lost son, a police officer in love, a boy genius, an ex-boy genius, a game show host and an estranged daughter will each become part of a dazzling multiplicity of plots, but one story. Through a collusion of coincidence, chance, human action, shared media, past history and divine intervention they will weave and warp through each other's lives on a day that builds to an unforgettable climax.
20.
Cider House Rules, The (1999)
Homer Wells was a parent-less child, raised and mentored by his orphanage's doctor, a man named Larch. Their's was an extraordinary bond. Larch taught Homer everything about medicine and what he could about right and wrong. All Homer wanted was one thing Larch couldn't give him - rules to live by. G
21.
Green Mile, The (1999)
A story told in flashback and narrarted by Paul Edgecomb, now living in an old-age home six decades after working as the head guard on Death Row at a Southen Prison named Cold Mountain Penitentiary. Travelling back to 1935, during the Great Depression, the former prison guard, Edgecomb, reflects on how he developed a poignant, unusual relationship with this one inmate, sentenced to Death Row, who may be innocent. The inmate, John Coffey, is an African-American man--convicted of the rape and murder of a pair of 9-year-old sisters--who awaits his death in this harsh prison. Coffey has strange powers, both mysterious and miraculous; and the creepy characters in the prison have their own views of his gifts... and of God's.
22.
CHiPs '99 (1998) as Production Company
A television movie sequel to the NBC series about the California Highway Patrol. Highway patrolmen Frank "Ponch" Poncherello and Jon Baker reunite after 15 years to break up a car-theft ring.
23.
Busby Berkeley: Going Through The Roof (1998) as Production Company
Choreographer Busby Berkeley revolutionized the film musical by teaching the camera to dance.
24.
The Race to Save 100 Years (1998) as Production Company
Experts in film preservation and restoration race to rescue the lost treasures of our cinematic past.
25.
Object of My Affection, The (1998)
Nina is the stepsister of the wife of a successful literary agent. While at a dinner party hosted by the former, she inadvertently informs an acquaintance, George, that his lover, Robert, is dumping him. After the inevitable confrontation, George takes up Nina's invitation to stay at her place until
26.
Newton Boys, The (1998)
Over the course of five years (1919-1924) the Newton Boys, a group of brothers, were the most successful bank and train robbers in North America, traveling from Texas to Toronto without ever firing a fatal gunshot. Willis Newton is the eldest brother who is determined to improve the fortunes of the
27.
Funny Games (1997)
Two psychotic young men take a mother, father, and son hostage in their vacation cabin and force them to play sadistic "games."
28.
187 (1997)
One year after being stabbed by a student, a Brooklyn high school teacher relocates to Los Angeles and returns to the classroom--his nerves frayed and his spirit shaken. He again finds himself in the same world of amorality and violence that he had hoped to leave behind. Challenged by a high school administration fearful of litigation and exposed to teachers suffering from burn-out, he becomes a transformed man and decides to take a heroic stand.
29.
Zeus and Roxanne (1997)
An unlikely friendship forms between a dog and a dolphin.
30.
American Werewolf in Paris, An (1997)
Three American college graduates, Andy, Brad, and Chris, go to Paris on a "Daredevil Tour of Europe" looking for a good time. One evening in Paris, the three attempt to bungee-jump from the Eiffel Tower. Out of nowhere, a beautiful young woman plummets into the void only to be saved by Andy who jumps after her. Losing her in the night, he tracks her down again and invites her out for a date. However, it is soon obvious that Serafine is not your average French girl. After an evening capped by a full moon, Andy awakes to find tooth marks on his leg and the news that he is halfway toward becoming a werewolf. To cure himself, he must now devour the heart of the werewolf that bit him.
31.
'Til There Was You (1997)
Gwen and Nick just might be meant for each other, but while they have shared friends and their paths blindly cross, fate seems intent on keeping them apart.
32.
Afterglow (1997)
A handyman with marital problems meets a housewife with the same.
33.
Kiss Me Guido (1997)
Frankie's a macho Italian-American guy from the Bronx all ready to propose to his girlfriend until he comes home and catches her in bed with his brother. Disillusioned, Frankie decides to change his life by moving to Manhattan and becoming an actor. He answers an apartment ad and, mistakenly thinkin
34.
Relic, The (1997)
A crate containing relics from South America arrives in Chicago with a beast that is mysteriously killing people.
35.
Absolute Power (1997)
The actions of a philandering United States President provoke a gruesome murder and carefully orchestrated cover-up. When a professional burglar witnesses the crime and comes away with crucial evidence, he becomes the target of a manhunt by the President's advisors.
36.
Nirvana (1997)
A computer game designer embarks on a deadly journey to try and rescue the woman he loves from a treacherous world of virtual reality.
37.
Speed 2: Cruise Control (1997)
Annie Porter's last boyfriend Jack--a daredevil cop--didn't turn out to be too much of a romantic type and they have long since parted ways. She's now dating a much quieter, relaxed guy. To be sure, Alex Shaw also works in law enforcement, but he drives a ten-speed bike, and his most perilous duty is busting teenage pickpockets at Venice Beach. Alex, who's actually a member of an elite SWAT unit, hides the nature of his actual duties, for fear of losing Annie. He will do anything to make it up to her and when he gets caught by Annie in the midst of making a fearless arrest, Alex quickly produces a pair of tickets for what promises to be the ultimate vacation. Destination: the Caribbean... on board the world's most luxurious cruise liner. Six days of romance, rest and relaxation in paradise. It almost sounds to good to be true. It is...
38.
Flubber (1997)
Professor Phillip Brainard is a man so lost in thought that he appears, at times, not to pay attention. He's even forgotten two dates to marry his sweetheart Sara. But then this guy's got a lot on his mind. He's working with his high-voltage, over-amorous flying robot assistant, Weebo, on an idea for a substance that's not only a revolutionary new source of energy, but may well be the salvation of his financially troubled Medfield College, where his beloved Sara is the president. Late on the afternoon of his third attempt at a wedding, all of Professor Brainard's hard work in the lab comes together when he creates a miraculous goo that when applied to any object--cars, bowling balls, even people--enables them to fly thorugh the air at remarkable speeds. The stuff defies gravity and looks like rubber.
39.
In the Gloaming (1997)
When a young man returns home dying of AIDS, his parents lives are thrown into turmoil as they face his terminal illness. In the struggle to understand who their son really is, the mother forges a deep relationship with her son in the last months of his life and the father reaches out to the son he never really knew.
40.
Riding the Rails (1997)
An account of the lives of teenage freight-train riders which offers a perspective on the presumed romanticism of the road and cautionary legacy of the Great Depression. From "middle class gentility to scrabble-ass poor," the undiscriminating Great Depression forced 4,000,000 Americans away from the
41.
Spitfire Grill, The (1996)
Percy Talbott, a recently released inmate from a Maine prison, relocates to the small, waning town of Gilead, whose remaining residents seem to have long since grown numb to the commanding countryside that encloses them. Soon the skeptical citizens of Gilead begin to speculate about her background and criminal past and Percy becomes hard pressed to find a room and work. Finally, Percy finds a job with Hannah, the indomitable owner of the Spitfire Grill, and begins to develop a strong connection with she and her niece-in-law, Shelby. Through their deepening friendship, each woman experiences a personal redemption and, through their solidarity, the narrow-minded citizens of the community are reawakened and reunified.
42.
Blood and Wine (1996)
Wine merchant Alex Gates seems to have it all: a fancy shop, a beautiful wife, Suzanne, a sexy Latin mistress, Gabriella, and a hot car. He enjoys the best vintages of the goods he sells. In truth, Alex Gates' finances are stretched to the limit, his marriage is in a shambles and his relationship wi
43.
Secret Agent, The (1996)
Agent provocateur Verloc is employed by a foreign embassy to stir up political activity amongst political dissidents who have sought asylum in the relatively free atmosphere of Britain. Tolerated because they pose no real threat, the group is ready to condemn the government, but too lazy to commit t
44.
Michael (1996)
When rumor of Michael's existence reaches the National Mirror, washed-up journalist Frank Quinlan smells a page-one scoop. True or not, it's his job to track down this alleged angel, and bring him back to Chicago in time for Christmas. But his fiesty boss won't let him go alone. He sends Quinlan on assignment with angel expert Dorothy Winters and Huey Driscoll, another jaded reporter who would have been canned years ago had he not rescued Sparky, a mongrel that has become famous as the paper's prized mascot. As the trio travels to Iowa, each believes the trip is a colossal hoax until they come face-to-feather with Michael. He smells like cookies, acts like a playboy and tosses off miracles when everyone least expects them. As Quinlan and Dorothy search for the incontrovertible proof they need not to believe in Michael, Michael sets out against all odds to get Dorothy and Quinlan to believe in each other.
45.
Lone Star (1996)
The sheriff of a sleepy border town investigates his predecessor's murder.
46.
Extreme Measures (1996)
When a homeless man, wearing a mysterious hospital wristband, dies from bizarre symptoms in one of New York City's busiest trauma rooms no one takes much notice except Dr. Guy Luthan, the attending physician that night. Professional concern soon deepens into disbelief as Luthan's investigation unearths the shocking details of a private medical research program that centers around one of the country's most revered medical figures--Dr. Lawrence Myrick. Luthan's credibility, career and life are threatened as he edges ever closer to the unthinkable truth about the program, and the terrifying moral dilemma at its heart.
47.
Leading Man, The (1996)
Felix Webb is a top British playwright who has just nabbed rising Hollywood star, Robin Grange, for the lead in his new play, "The Hit Man." At the same time, Felix's wife discovers his affair with the play's leading actress, Hilary. The duplicitous Robin makes a deal with Felix: for a sum, he will
48.
Twelfth Night (1996)
A shipwreck has separated identical twins, Viola and Sebastian. Viola is cast ashore in Illyria where, believing Sebastian drowned and fearing for her own safety, she disguises herself as her brother. Taking the name Cesario, she is employed by the young Duke Orsino as the go-between in the courtshi
49.
Alaska (1996)
Two kids search for their father after he disappears during a storm.
50.
Suburbia (1996)
Based on the life of Eric Bogosian, a group of teenagers evaluate their lifes after a high school friend returns to their suburban town a famous pop star.
51.
City Hall (1996)
To a young idealist like New York City's Deputy Mayor Kevin Calhoun life is either black or white, but to a veteran politician like Mayor John Pappas the game is played in various shades of gray. Together, they are a formidable team that deftly handles the daily crossfire of crime, poverty and urban
52.
Les Voleurs (1996)
Alex, a brooding detective long estranged from his corrupt family, is compelled to investigate his brother Ivan's death. Flashbacks reveal not only the circumstances surrounding the murder of Ivan, but also the detached, sex-driven relationship of Alex and Juliette. What begins as a series of freque
53.
Ghosts of Mississippi (1996)
Shortly after midnight on June 12, 1963, an assassin's bullet ended the life of civil rights activist Medgar Evers, the first field secretary for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in the state of Mississippi. His killer was white supremacist Byron De La Beckwith, who was released after two trials in 1963 ended in hung juries. Nearly thirty-one years would pass before justice would make its peace with Medgar Evers. After he is assigned to reopen the case, Assistant District Attorney Bobby DeLaughter enlists the aid of investigators Charlie Crisco and Benny Bennett in uncovering evidence once thought impossible to reclaim. Throughout a journey filled with self-doubt and public criticism, he pursues not only justice for Medgar and Myrlie, his victimized widow, but also proof that Mississippi can change for the better as well.
54.
Fargo (1996)
Jerry Lundegaard is a car salesman in Minneapolis who has gotten himself into debt and is so desperate for money that he hires two thugs to kidnap his own wife. Jerry will collect the ransom from her wealthy father, paying the thugs a small portion and keeping the rest to satisfy his debts. The scheme collapses when the thugs shoot a state trooper and two innocent bystanders in rural Minnesota, drawing local Police Chief Marge Gunderson into her first homicide investigation. At first unaware that the homicides are connected to a Minneapolis kidnapping, Chief Gunderson draws closer to Jerry Lundegaard as his situation further unravels.
55.
Van, The (1996)
Bimbo, an unemployed baker, and his best friend Larry are two regular guys on the dole who pass the time at the local pub. While Bimbo doesn't have any immediate job prospects, he's suddenly blessed with an epiphany -- he buys a beat-up old van so he can sell burgers and fish & chips from it. Larry
56.
House Arrest (1996)
Two sisters lock their parents in the basement in order for them to reconcille their marriage of 18 years.
57.
Kingpin (1996)
Roy Munson is a one-time bowling prodigy who has been reduced to scavenging for a living as a bowling supply salesman. Then he discovers a protege named Ishmael among the Amish of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, and the former champ thinks he has found his ticket back to the fast lane: the million dollar winner-take-all bowling tournament in Reno, Nevada. Along the way, the duo pick up a spare: a street-smart beauty named Claudia who teaches them a thing or two about the art of the hustle. Once in Reno, the trio discovers that their problems are only just beginning as they come face to face with bowling's biggest superstar: Big Ern McCracken.
58.
Striptease (1996)
At the Eager Beaver, a topless bar in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, former FBI clerk Erin Grant dances nightly in order to raise enough money to regain custody of her seven year-old daughter, Angela. David Dilbeck, a kinky Congressman controlled by a gang of murderous sugar cane growers, staggers into the club and can't contain his sexual urges while watching Erin dance. He is recognized by Jerry Killian, a sharp-eyed regular, who, also infatuated with Erin, initiates a blackmail plan against Dilbeck meant to aid Erin in her court case. Killian is soon murdered, and Detective Al Garcia finds the blackmailer's body floating in a lake. The plot spreads from there and begins to include characters from society's fringes; there's Shad, the Eager Beaver's menacing bouncer with some ingenious blackmail schemes of his own. Darrell, Erin's psychopathic ex-husband, a small-time crook who deals in wheelchairs stolen from rest homes and hospitals.
59.
Some Mother's Son (1996)
Could you stand by and watch your son starve himself to death for his beliefs? Or would you go against his wishes and save his life even though it meant the defeat of the cause he was willing to die for? A widowed schoolteacher and life-long pacifist, Kathleen Quigley has been careful to stay clear of the war in her native Northern Ireland, instead devoting herself to the care of her three children. She is shaken out of her comfortable existence when her son Gerard is captured along with the fugitive IRA leader Frank Higgins, after a shoot-out with the British army. Gerard's imprisonment and his subsequent participation in the IRA prisoners' protest to be treated as prisoners of war draws Kathleen into Northern Ireland's political conflict and into contact with Higgins' mother Annie, a hardworking farmer and fervent IRA supporter.
60.
Larger Than Life (1996)
Meet Jack Corcoran, motivational speaker to the masses in mini-malls and rented halls across the country. Take Jack's advice: if life isn't all all that you expected, put aside all those wouldas, couldas and shouldas and GET OVER IT! That's what Jack has done. He got over the fact that his father di
61.
Bogus (1996)
Seven-year-old Albert was raised in a shiny world of sequins and show girls, surrounded by the fantasy of Las Vegas. But when his single mother is suddenly killed in a car accident, Albert is sent from Vegas to live with his mother's childhood best friend whom he never knew existed, Harriet Franklin, in the decidedly not fantastic city of Newark, New Jersey. As if raising a newfound "son" isn't trying enough for the fiercely independent Harriet, Albert has brought along a friend--an imaginary one that no one else can see--a stupendous, gentle giant of a Frenchman named Bogus. As Albert and Harriet struggle to get used to each other, Harriet's world of reality is brought face-to-face with Albert's world of imagination. Acting as part teacher, part playmate and part guardian angel, Bogus leads Albert--and eventually Harriet--through an enlightening experience of imagination and trust.
62.
One Fine Day (1996)
Melanie Parker is a career-minded architect/Super Mom, taking on the demands of single parenting in New York City. Meanwhile, Jack Taylor is a hard-driving newspaper columnist/every-other-weekend Dad, challenging the improprieties of City Hall. Having been let down in the past, she has almost given
63.
Care and Handling of Roses, The (1996)
A man and a woman, both married to other people, are drawn together through their love of old, romantic movies and consider having an affair.
64.
Striptease (1996)
At the Eager Beaver, a topless bar in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, former FBI clerk Erin Grant dances nightly in order to raise enough money to regain custody of her seven year-old daughter, Angela. David Dilbeck, a kinky Congressman controlled by a gang of murderous sugar cane growers, staggers into the club and can't contain his sexual urges while watching Erin dance. He is recognized by Jerry Killian, a sharp-eyed regular, who, also infatuated with Erin, initiates a blackmail plan against Dilbeck meant to aid Erin in her court case. Killian is soon murdered, and Detective Al Garcia finds the blackmailer's body floating in a lake. The plot spreads from there and begins to include characters from society's fringes; there's Shad, the Eager Beaver's menacing bouncer with some ingenious blackmail schemes of his own. Darrell, Erin's psychopathic ex-husband, a small-time crook who deals in wheelchairs stolen from rest homes and hospitals.
65.
Great White Hype, The (1996)
Meet Reverend Fred Sultan. He's a flamboyant con man, hustler, and consummate promoter who rules over the modern-day Sodom and Gomorrah better known as Las Vegas. His kingdom is the realm of the fistic arts... the sweet science... the carnival of carnage... the ballet of blood. Boxing. But despite h
66.
City of Lost Children, The (1995)
Just off the coast of a dank, teeming harbor town, a horrible scientist named Krank lives on a mist-shrouded rig. He is aging prematurely because he lacks one vital function: the ability to dream. Krank's henchmen, a community of Cyclops, kidnap children from town and bring them to Krank so that he
67.
Horseman on the Roof, The (1995)
The time is 1832 and a cholera epidemic is sweeping Provence. Angelo, a handsome, angel-faced officer gallops untiringly through the dying towns and villages. He takes the time to help until his own strength gives out. Inscrutable and calm, Angelo also takes the time to silently love Pauline de Theu
68.
Three Wishes (1995)
The is 1955, a time of hope, promise and conformity in America and Jeanne Holman is doing her best to fit the mold. Struggling to make a life for her two sons after her husband is reported missing in action, Jeannie is determined to create the kind of environment she thinks her family needs. When a
69.
Home for the Holidays (1995)
A depressed mother must return home for thansgiving dinner with her family.
70.
Othello (1995)
Venice, 1570. With the moon glowing brightly, a veiled figure slips furtively out of a gondola and disappears into the night. It's Desdemona, cherished daughter of Venetian nobleman Brabantio, risking all and defying convention to elope with Othello, the proud Moor who is one of Venice's most celebr
71.
La Haine (1995)
After a youth is tortured by the police, a riot explodes on the streets of Paris in this examination of racial tensions in France.
72.
Dolores Claiborne (1995)
Eighteen years ago, everyone in the remote Maine town of Little Tall Island accused Dolores Claiborne of murdering her abusive husband in cold blood. Now in 1995 her notoriously difficult employer lies dead and a witness finds Dolores standing over the body. The only one who can save Dolores from an over zealous detective, who failed to prove her guilt in the death of her husband, is her estranged daughter, Selena, a successful Manhattan magazine writer, who ran away ten years prior. And the only thing that stands between Dolores' guilt and innocence is the evil secret that made Selena run.
73.
Angus (1995)
Angus is highly intelligent, good natured and steady on the football field. Faced with peer pressure and growing pains, he deals with his problems through lively humor and a boisterous attitude. Accompanied by his amusing and geeky best friend Troy, Angus spends most of his time living in the shadow of golden boy Rick Sanford, and admiring his secret love, cheerleader Melissa Lefevre. Anchored by an eccentric family, including his mother and grandfather, Angus must find himself in a riotous search for his true high school identity.
74.
Beyond Rangoon (1995)
After her life is all but destroyed by personal tragedy, Laura Bowman, a young American physician, decides to protect herself from any further painful human contact. Travelling through Asia with her sister, she is virtually immune to the charms, and challenges, of this beautiful but beleaguered part
75.
12 Monkeys (1995)
Sent back in time to end a deadly plague, one man's journey results in the destruction of the future.
76.
Forget Paris (1995)
Mickey Gordon is a gutsy, quick-witted professional basketball referee whose well-structured single life is upset when he meets Ellen Andrews, a captivating American expatriate. Can a couple fall madly in love under the Eiffel Tower, dancing on the banks of the Seine, and strolling on the Champs Elysees? Of course, but their relationship will only last if they can forget Paris.
77.
Cold Comfort Farm (1995)
Finding herself suddenly orphaned, the expensively educated Flora Poste heads for the country to seek her "rights" and refuge with her cousins--the Starkadders--at Cold Comfort Farm. Worlds apart from the 1930s sophistication of Flora's London life, the Starkadders appear like characters from a Thom
78.
Before Sunrise (1995)
While traveling through Europe on a train, a twentysomething American male meets a young French woman. It's his last day before returning to the US, but the two impulsively agree to spend his few remaining hours together.
79.
Destiny Turns on the Radio (1995)
An ex-con goes to Vegas for his share of a heist, staying one step ahead of the law thanks to a friend.
80.
Run Of The Country, The (1995)
Following the death of his mother, 18-year-old Danny is lost and bereft. Danny runs away from his father, a stern man who loves his son but cannot express his feelings, and teams up with Prunty, a wild local character. Prunty is Ireland: outrageous, cunning, daring and loyal. The run of the country,
81.
Palookaville (1995)
Three unemployed factory workers--the dog-loving dreamer Sid, married man Jerry, and Russ, a would-be leader of men who still lives with his mother--try their hand at crime in order to keep themselves and their families above the poverty level. When their first attempt goes awry--they break through
82.
Troublesome Creek: A Midwestern (1995)
"Troublesome Creek" tells its story through the eyes of the filmmaker Jeanne Jordan's family. We learn the Jordan's history through the years, much of it filled with the trappings of classic western mythology--good guys and bad guys, showdowns and victories. But the showdowns they face today are not
83.
Jumanji (1995)
Because of the magically surreal and potentially lethal aspects of Jumanji, a board game that's intrigued its players for hundreds of years, few people want to play a second time. For you see, unless you complete the game, Jumanji takes over your world. Young Alan Parris discoverd the ornate Jumanji board in 1969, when he was just twelve. When he sits down to play it for the first time with his reluctant friend Sarah, he's transported into the jungle realm of Jumanji, disappearing before Sarah's startled eyes. Because Sarah is too frightened to finish the game, Alan remains trapped in the rainforests of Jumanji for 26 years until two new children, Judy and Peter, sit down to play the game in the attic of Alan's childhood home. If Alan, Judy and Peter can find the now adult Sarah, they have a chance to finish the game--or risk their hometown being taken over by the exotic denizens of the seemingly unstoppable force called Jumanji... forever.
84.
Bye, Bye Love (1995)
A look at divorce from the view point of three divorced men.
85.
12 Monkeys (1995)
Sent back in time to end a deadly plague, one man's journey results in the destruction of the future.
86.
Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995)
Count Dracula, the Prince of Darkness, is dead and he's loving it but he's also in for some ego-puncturing problems and horrific surprises never encountered by Bela Lugosi or Gary Oldman. On Dracula's bumpy quest for blood, the blundering bloodsucker exhibits a dazzling and hilarious array of supernatural magic, including flying, superhuman falls, hanging upside-down, clinging to the ceiling, long-distance hypnosis, shadows with a mind of their own, and morphing into an accident-prone bat. Meanwhile, the immortal count's mortal enemy, Dr. Van Helsing, a brilliant professor of weird phenomena and world-famous vampire hunter, is busily masterminding the plan to expose and corner the bloodsucker who has infiltrated London's high society.
87.
Cure, The (1995)
Eleven-year-old Dexter, has contracted the AIDS virus from a blood transfusion and is now shunned by the townsfolk in his small, Minnesota hometown. Except for his loving, nurturing mother, Dexter lives a life of lonely isolation until he meets Erik, a tough, young neighbor boy who befriends him. Th
88.
Madness Of King George, The (1994)
The life of times of King George III, who lapsed in and out of occasional comas due to a metabolic imbalance. The King's son, the Prince of Wales, took advantage of those times, trying to seize power.
89.
Andre (1994)
Set in 1962, the true story of an orphaned newborn seal who is nursed back to health by the Whitney family of Rockport, Maine. In winter, when the local harbor freezes over and the waters become dangerous, the Whitneys place Andre in the Boston Aquarium. The plan is to release him in the spring to embark on an ocean journey heading south with the other seals, but to everyone's surprise the loyal creature makes the 400-mile trek back to Maine.
90.
Princess Caraboo (1994)
Based on an actual incident, the story of a beautiful young woman who appeared in 19th-century London wearing foreign clothes and speaking a foreign language, and was deemed by experts to be a princess from an exotic island.
91.
Death and the Maiden (1994)
On a stormy night, at a secluded beach house, somewhere in Latin America, a chance encounter with Dr. Roberto Miranda leads to an intense confrontation with Paulina Escobar who was subjected to systematic torture fifteen years ago and now believes that she may have found the man responsible. Once Mi
92.
Promise, The (1994)
Shortly after the building of the Berlin Wall in 1961, a group of East German friends attempt a daring escape into the West. Sophie makes it, but her boyfriend Konrad is left behind. The young lovers are finally reunited in 1968 in Prague, where Konrad, now an astrophysicist, is sent to make a prese
93.
That's Entertainment! III (1994) as Theatrical Distributor (Television)
Classic musical numbers and rare behind-the-scenes footage show how MGM created the screen''s greatest musicals. Featuring clips with Gene Kelly, Lena Horne and Debbie Reynolds.
94.
Nell (1994)
A young woman who has been raised in an isolated cabin by her reclusive mother is discovered by a doctor and a psychologist who must decide whether or not to integrate her into contemporary society.
95.
Clean Slate (1994)
A private eye gets short-term amnesia as the result of an accident; he then winds up involved in a jewelry theft.
96.
Baby's Day Out (1994)
Three Criminals have trouble holding onto a baby they have kidnapped.
97.
In Search of Dr. Seuss (1994)
A tribute to the life and work of children's story teller Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss.
98.
That's Entertainment! III (1994) as Production Company
Classic musical numbers and rare behind-the-scenes footage show how MGM created the screen''s greatest musicals. Featuring clips with Gene Kelly, Lena Horne and Debbie Reynolds.
99.
Scout, The (1994)
The story of a baseball scout who discovers a talented but troubled ball player.
100.
Greedy (1994)
The question of inheritance leads a large family into battle.
101.
Interview With the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994)
After an aristocratic Louisiana gentleman's abrupt transformation into a vampire at the hands of a mysterious foreigner, he reluctantly settles into a life of nocturnal domesticity, augmented by the addition of a little girl.
102.
Trail Mix-Up (1993)
Roger Rabbit and Baby Herman go on an amusing, disaster-filled camping trip.
103.
Ma Saison Preferee (1993)
A woman tries to reconnect with her brother.
104.
Tom & Jerry: The Movie (1993)
The animated characters, Tom and Jerry speak for the first time in this film, where the two try and tackle the issue of homelessness after their home is demolished.
105.
Nelson And Jeanette: America's Singing Sweethearts (1993) as Production Company
A look at the screen triumphs and private lives of the screen's number-one singing team.
106.
True Romance (1993)
An unstable drifter and a starry-eyed hooker find love in a hail of bullets in the ultra-violent modern crime classic "True Romance" (1993). Kung-Fu fan Clarence falls for prostitute Alabama and launches an attack on her pimp that leaves the young couple with a fortune in stolen cocaine and many bad, bad men out to kill them. Directed by Tony Scott and written by Quentin Tarantino. Starring Christian Slater, Patricia Arquette and Dennis Hopper. With a French language track.
107.
Lost in Yonkers (1993)
Set in Yonkers, New York, in the summer of 1942, a story about two boys who live with their austere grandmother after their mother dies and their father is forced to become a travelling salesman to earn a living.
108.
Pickle, The (1993)
A filmmaker's ridiculous, yet crowd-pleasing project makes a fortune at the box-office, but his personal life is less than perfect.
109.
Blake Edwards' Son of the Pink Panther (1993)
The comedy continues, with the illegitimate son of Inspector Jacques Clouseau.
110.
Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag, The (1992)
Story about a shy, dull librarian who searches for a little excitement by confessing to a murder that her husband/cop is investigating.
111.
Ruby (1992)
Fact and fiction are combined in this story about Jack Ruby and a stripper, Candy Cane, and how they become involved in a conspiracy to kill J.F.K.
112.
Used People (1992)
Set in 1969, the story of a recently widowed Jewish woman from Queens, New York, and her relationship with her family and the Italian man who has loved her from afar for many years.
113.
Long Day Closes, The (1992)
Autobiographical film based on the director's happiest years of childhood; a time spent amid the love of his mother, sister and brothers, prior to the struggle he experienced in adapting to a new school.
114.
Honeymoon In Vegas (1992)
A man decides to marry a girl in vegas even though he promised his mom he would never marry. He also loses his wife before the ceremony.
115.
Stranger Among Us, A (1992)
An undercover policewoman falls in love with a rabbi's son while investigating a murder in New York City's Hassidic community.
116.
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992)
A young boy boards the wrong flight and ends up in New York alone.
117.
Singles (1992)
Romantic comedy about six people mixed up in the seattle music scene.
118.
Shining Through (1992)
A spy sends his secretary to spy on a high level German officer during WWII.
119.
Inner Circle, The (1991)
The story of Josef Stalin's inner circle, focusing on his personal projectionist, a relatively uneducated man put in an influential position, and his slow realization of Stalin's evil.
120.
Soapdish (1991)
The goings on behind the scenes at a daytime soap opera.
121.
Naked Tango (1991)
While onboard a ship en route to Buenos Aires, the restless bride of an elderly judge trades identities with a suicide victim. She soon finds herself at the mercy of a gangster pimp who runs a tango bordello with his cold-hearted mother and brutal brother.
122.
The Fred Astaire Songbook (1991) as Production Company
A loving tribute to Astaire the singer.
123.
Entertainers, The (1991)
Follows the unique relationship between a veteran vaudeville-style comedy actor and his beloved partner and best friend, a chimpanzee, as they attempt to achieve their unfulfilled dream of playing "the big room" in Las Vegas.
124.
Iron Maze (1991)
The relationships between a Japanese businessman, his American wife and an unemployed American worker are tested when the businessman unveils plans to convert an abandoned steel mill into an amusement park.
125.
Rollercoaster Rabbit (1990)
Roger Rabbit and friends visit a country fair where Roger must once again babysit for Baby Herman while his mother consults a psychic.
126.
Revenge (1990)
An ex-Navy officer goes to work for a powerful business man then falls for his younger wifel
127.
Karen Carpenter Story, The (1989)
A dramatization of the life of musical superstar Karen Carpenter, who died suddenly in 1983 at the age of 32 from anorexia nervosa.
128.
Crimes And Misdemeanors (1989)
In parallel stories, a wealthy doctor deals with a blackmailing mistress while a filmmaker shoots a documentary about a corrupt TV producer.
129.
Forbidden City U.S.A (1989)
A look at the United States' first all Chinese-American nightclub, which became an international hotspot in San Francisco during the 1930's and 40's.
130.
Bert Rigby, You'Re A Fool (1989)
An English coal miner gives up his job and girl to join an amateur show that will tour in the United States.
131.
Tap (1989)
An ex-convict who is also a wonderful tap dancer, must choose between a life of crime or the pursuit of a show business career.
132.
Bacall On Bogart (1988) as Production Company
Lauren Bacall hosts this extraordinary documentary on her life on- and off-screen with her late husband, Humphrey Bogart.
133.
The Making Of A Legend: Gone With The Wind (1988) as Production Company
Christopher Plummer hosts this documentary tracing producer David O. Selznick's battle to make the most popular movie of all time.
134.
Heavy Petting (1988)
A humorous look at teenage romance in America, its trials, tribulations, and mores, utilizing compilation footage and interviews.
135.
Heaven (1987)

Misc. Crew (feature film)

136.
Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007)
It is 1585 and, having reigned over England for nearly three decades, Queen Elizabeth I continues to face bloodlust for her throne and the lingering threat of familial betrayal. A channel away, a destructive wind of fundamentalist Catholicism blows across 16th century Europe, with Spain's Philip II
137.
Katharine Hepburn: All About Me (1993) as Feature Film And Television Excerpts Provider
In a rare interview, Katharine Hepburn shares her memories and memorabilia.
138.
Harlow: The Blonde Bombshell (1993) as Archival Footage And Film Clips
Sharon Stone hosts this look at Jean Harlow's rise to stardom and her tragic end.
139.
Nelson And Jeanette: America's Singing Sweethearts (1993) as Footage
A look at the screen triumphs and private lives of the screen's number-one singing team.
140.
D.W. Griffith: Father of Film (1993) as Film Source
A three-part special examining D.W. Griffith's contributions to filmmaking.
141.
James Cagney: Top Of The World (1992) as Clip Provider
Michael J. Fox hosts this documentary featuring film clips and rare behind-the-scenes footage that traces superstar James Cagney's rise to the top.

Production Companies (special)

142.
Gene Kelly: Anatomy of a Dancer (2002) as Production Company
Documentary with clips and commentary from fellow actors on the life and career of Gene Kelly. Interviews with Cyd Charisse, Leslie Caron and Betty Garrett.
143.
On Cukor (2000) as Production Company
Profile of director George Cukor (1899-1983). In 1939, Cukor suffered what many considered the largest setback in the history of Hollywood. After 18 days on the set, he was fired as director of "Gone With the Wind." Yet, despite being discharged from the biggest production the film industry had ever
144.
Musicals Great Musicals: The Arthur Freed Unit at MGM (1996) as Production Company
A one-time songwriter rises to produce some of the screen's greatest musicals.
145.
Wizard of Oz: 40 Years on Television, The (1996) as Production Company
Special celebrating the 1939 feature film, "The Wizard of Oz," which has been broadcast on television for 40 years. Features footage that was cut from the film, celebrities sharing personal memories of the film, and an unedited presentation of the film.
146.
America at Risk: Stealing the Dream (1992) as Production Company
A documentary exploring land scams and loan frauds.
147.
The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz: 50 Years Of Magic (1990) as Production Company
The story of how MGM created one of the most beloved family films of all time.
148.
When We Were Young... Growing Up on the Silver Screen (1989) as Production Company
A documentary focusing on the era of child stars, showing how the films featuring children both reflected and affected the social conditions of the times. The program features interviews with several former child stars of the thirties and forties.

Misc. Crew (special)

149.
Complicated Women (2003) as Film Source
Documentary that looks at the phenomenon of "pre-code women" during the years 1929-1934.
150.
Hometown Heroes (1998) as Film Clip
An annual one-hour television special recognizing individuals doing heroic things for kids in our hometowns.
151.
Intimate Portrait: Sean Connery (1997) as Film Clips; Photos
Oscar-winning actor Sean Connery is profiled in this segment of "Intimate Portrait." Includes film clips, never-before-seen photos and interviews with colleagues.
152.
69th Annual Academy Awards, The (1997) as Film Footage
Live presentation of the 69th annual Academy Awards.
153.
Lena Horne: In Her Own Voice (1996) as Still Photo Source
In this documentary, Lena Horne tells the story of her journey to reluctant stardom from her early days in the chorus line of the Cotton Club when she was 16, to her film career in Hollywood and her caberet career.
154.
Moviemakers: Stanley Donen, The (1996) as Film Footage ("Flying Down To Rio" "Anchors Aweigh" "On The Town" "Royal Wedding" "Singin' In The Rain" "Give A Girl A Break" "Seven Brides For Seven Brothers" "It'S Always Fair Weather")
Profile of director Stanley Donen.
155.
Wizard of Oz: 40 Years on Television, The (1996) as Film Clips Provider
Special celebrating the 1939 feature film, "The Wizard of Oz," which has been broadcast on television for 40 years. Features footage that was cut from the film, celebrities sharing personal memories of the film, and an unedited presentation of the film.
156.
Moviemakers: Robert Wise, The (1996) as Film Footage ("Citizen Kane" "The Magnificent Ambersons" "The Curse Of The Cat People" "The Body Snatcher" "The Set-Up" "Executive Suite" "Somebody Up There Likes Me")
Profile of director Robert Wise.
157.
Siskel & Ebert Interviews, The (1996) as Clips
Film critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert interview Tom Hanks, Brad Pitt, Meryl Streep and Steven Spielberg about their careers and upcoming projects.
158.
23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1996) as Footage
Live presentation of the 23rd Annual Daytime Emmy Awards from Radio City Music Hall in New York City.
159.
Musicals Great Musicals: The Arthur Freed Unit at MGM (1996) as Film Clips
A one-time songwriter rises to produce some of the screen's greatest musicals.
160.
68th Annual Academy Awards, The (1996) as Film Footage
Live presentation of the 68th annual Academy Awards.
161.
Angel on Death Row (1996) as Special Thanks
Documentary on the debate over the death penalty, including a profile of Sister Helen Prejean, a long-time spiritual advisor to inmates on death row, whose life and work inspired the motion picture "Dead Man Walking."
162.
Celebrate the Dream: 50 Years of Ebony (1996) as Film Clips
Special celebrating the 50th anniversary of "Ebony" magazine.
163.
Aegean: Legacy of Atlantis (1995) as Production Credit ("Atlantis: The Lost Civilizations" Clip)
Documentary following the trail of clues from the ancient myths of the Aegean world to their real-life counterparts.
164.
Private Screenings: Jane Powell (1995) as Footage And Photographs
Jane Powell takes us through her life in the movies.
165.
67th Annual Academy Awards, The (1995) as Film Footage
A live presentation of the 67th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, honoring achievements in motion pictures released during 1994.
166.
Brady Bunch Home Movies (1995) as Film Clips And Photographs And Archival Material
A look at life before, during and after "The Brady Bunch." Features never-before-seen backstage home movies, interviews with the cast, outtakes, clips from the series, updates on the cast today, musical performances by Maureen McCormick and Barry Williams, and a tribute to the late Robert Reed.
167.
Julie Andrews: Back on Broadway (1995) as Footage Provider
Retrospective profile of the actress/singer Julie Andrews. Includes behind-the-scenes look at album recording sessions and rehearsals for the Broadway musical "Victor/Victoria," adapted from her hit movie, as well as clips from her varied film and television musical career.
168.
Sinatra: 80 Years My Way (1995) as Film Clips And Still Photographs
Special celebrating Frank Sinatra's 80th birthday.
169.
Before They Were Stars (1994) as Clip
A special looking back at some current celebrities in their earliest performances. Clips include Michelle Pfeiffer, Delta Burke and Diane Sawyer as beauty queens; game-show contestants Tom Selleck, Kirstie Alley and Vanna White; and soap stars Demi Moore, Shelley Long and Luke Perry.
170.
100 Years of the Hollywood Western (1994) as Film Clips
Special saluting the Hollywood Western, with actors experienced in the genre. Includes profiles of John Wayne, John Ford and Clint Eastwood, as well as the story of women in the Wild West and a video history of how Native Americans have been portrayed over the years.
171.
Abbott and Costello Meet Jerry Seinfeld (1994) as Filmclips And Photographs And Archival Material
Jerry Seinfeld pays tribute to the famous comedy team of Abbott & Costello. The special features classic film and television clips of the duo as well as never-before-seen home movies narrated by Lou Costello.
172.
66th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1994) as Film Footage
Broadcast of the 66th annual Academy Awards presentation.
173.
After the Headlines (1994) as Stills And Footage
This special reveals what happened to some of the people whose stories were at the top of the news one day and then seemed to disappear just as quickly.
174.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1994) as Thanks
Broadcast of the seventeenth annual "The Kennedy Center Honors," a tribute to the lifetime achievement of select performing artists. The 1994 honorees are actor Kirk Douglas, pop and soul singer Aretha Franklin, composer Morton Gould, theater producer and director Harold Prince, and folk singer and
175.
Sinatra Duets (1994) as Video Clips
Retrospective special featuring archival performance footage, interviews, and behind-the-scenes segments with Frank Sinatra and artists who performed on his albums "Frank Sinatra Duets" and "Frank Sinatra Duets II."
176.
What Is This Thing Called Love? (1993) as Production Credit ("To Have And Have Not" Clip Provider)
Compilation of excerpts from interviews conducted in the past 17 years by Barbara Walters in which well-known personalities discuss their experiences with love, romance relationships and marriage.
177.
60 Minutes... 25 Years (1993) as Footage
A special commemorating the 25th anniversary of the CBS series, "60 Minutes."
178.
American Film Institute Salute to Elizabeth Taylor, The (1993) as Film Sequences Provider
Broadcast of the American Film Institute's Life Achievement Award dinner honoring actress Elizabeth Taylor.
179.
20/20 15th Anniversary Special (1993) as Clip ("Dr Zhivago")
A special highlighting some notable moments in the history of the ABC series, "20/20." Also included are interviews with the series's hosts and reporters.
180.
Real McTeague: A Synthesis of Forms, The (1993) as Production Credit ("Greed" Footage); Still Photographs
Robert Altman's perspective on Frank Norris' novel "McTeague," a turn-of-the-century tale of a simple dentist and his wife whose lives are destroyed by a bag of gold. Includes passages from the novel, read by Studs Terkel; scenes from composer William Bolcom's music-drama, a 1992 world premiere at L
181.
Madonna: Exposed (1993) as Additional Footage
Examination of singer/actress Madonna's life. Broadcast live from the Palladium night club in New York City.
182.
Lost Fleet of Guadalcanal, The (1993) as Stock Footage And Photographs
Documentary special featuring undersea footage of an expedition led by Robert Ballard to locate and identify some of the 50 U.S. Navy ships lost in the World War II battle off Guadalcanal in the South Pacific. Also includes footage of the reunion of Guadalcanal survivors from the United States, Aust
183.
AFI Salute to Sidney Poitier (1992) as Film Clips
A broadcast in which the American Film Institute (AFI) presents its twentieth annual Life Achievement Award to Sidney Poitier.
184.
1992 Grammy Awards (1992) as Footage
Live coverage of the 34th Annual Grammy Awards honoring excellence in the music industry.
185.
Diamonds on the Silver Screen (1992) as Film Clips ("Alibi Ike") ("The Stratton Story") ("Take Me Out To The Ball Game") ("Whistling In Brooklyn") ("Woman Of The Year")
A documentary tracing how the sport of baseball has been depicted in Hollywood films.
186.
Mobs and Mobsters (1992) as Stills ("Public Enemy" "Lady Killer" "The Roaring Twenties")
A special exploring the lives of American gangsters. America. Included are first-person accounts from prosecutors, victims, and jailed criminals, combined with newsreel and movie footage.
187.
19th Annual Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame (1992) as Film Clips
The 19th annual tribute honoring blacks in the entertainment industry.
188.
Elvis: The Great Performances (1992) as Footage
An entertainment documentary showcasing the greatest songs of Elvis' career as captured in film, television and in concert. Includes guest appearances by friends and colleagues.
189.
19th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1992) as Clips
A telecast of the 19th annual Emmy Awards for excellence in daytime television programming.
190.
Search For the New Ideal Man, The (1992) as Additional Footage
A special featuring celebrities who give personal insights on how women can find the ideal man.
191.
64th Annual Academy Awards Presentation, The (1992) as Film Footage
Live coverage of the sixty-fourth annual Academy Awards ceremony.
192.
Michael Jackson... The Legend Continues (1992) as Publications; Still Photographs
A special examining the life and career of Michael Jackson through private home movies, rare behind-the-scenes footage and interviews with celebrity friends.
193.
George Burns' 95th Birthday Party (1991) as Film Footage
A special commemorating George Burns' 95th birthday.
194.
Robin Hood: The Myth, The Man, The Movie (1991) as Film Footage ("Adventures Of Robin Hood")
A special examining the mystery behind the legend of Robin Hood. Includes footage of the theatrical release "Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves" and an in-depth interview with the film's star, Kevin Costner. Classic clips from past Robin Hood films and interviews with experts from the United States and
195.
19th Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award: A Salute to Kirk Douglas, The (1991) as Film Sequences
A broadcast in which the American Film Institute (AFI) presents its coveted Life Achievement Award to actor Kirk Douglas.
196.
Against All Odds (1991) as Stock Footage Provider
A reality-based special that focuses on the exploits of people who have attempted to overcome amazing odds. Real-life thrill seekers, heroes, and gamblers are featured.
197.
Entertainers '91: The Top 20 of the Year (1991) as Film Clips; Stills
A special focusing on 20 key entertainers of 1991.
198.
Fantasies (1991) as Film Footage ("Adam'S Rib")
A special depicting unusual dreams which come true, including the wish of an ailing girl to meet Neil Patrick Harris; a 100-year-old man gets to sing at a Los Angeles Kings hockey game; a man gets to dance and sing with The Temptations; a sports widow gets to sit in a baseball telecast booth and tal
199.
Horror Hall of Fame II, The (1991) as Video Clips
The second annual presentation honoring the best horror films, television shows, actors, producers and special-effects designers.
200.
Movie Awards, The (1991) as Special Thanks
A live broadcast of "The Movie Awards" based on box-office performance. Nominees are chosen from the top-10 grossing films of 1990, and winners chosen by balloting in movie theaters.
201.
Salute to America's Pets, A (1991) as Film Footage
A special featuring pets and their celebrity owners. Includes a tribute to Lassie and to pets that have performed heroically.
202.
18th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards, The (1991) as Clip Footage
A telecast of the eighteenth annual Emmy Awards for excellence in daytime television programming.
203.
Coney Island (1991) as Clip From ("The Crowd")
A portrait of Coney Island at the turn of the 20th century.
204.
Tube Test Two (1991) as Film Footage
An interactive special designed to test viewer knowledge of the television medium in such categories as unbelievable things; cops, spies and private eyes; TV milestones.
205.
Helen Hayes: First Lady of the American Theatre (1991) as Film Clips
A documentary on the life and career of actress Helen Hayes. Friends and associates are interviewed and film clips of some of her performances are shown. Also includes an interview with Hayes. Airing as part of the PBS series, "American Masters."
206.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1991) as Appreciation
A broadcast of the fourteenth annual gala tribute to the distinguished artists who are recipients of the 1991 Kennedy Center Honors. This year's recipients are country music singer Roy Acuff, the musical comedy writer-performers Betty Comden and Adolph Green, the acrobatic tap dancers Fayard and Har
207.
Sinatra 75: The Best Is Yet to Come (1990) as Film Clips
A special commemorating Frank Sinatra's 75th birthday. The musical tribute includes footage from a Society of Singers performance in Los Angeles and Sinatra's birthday concert from the Meadowlands' Brendan Byrne Arena in New Jersey.
208.
42nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards Presentation (1990) as Clips And Photos
Live telecast of the forty-second annual prime time Emmy Awards honoring the best in television.
209.
Marilyn: Something's Got to Give (1990) as Film Clips ("My Favorite Wife")
A special chronicling the final months of actress Marilyn Monroe's tumultuous career and life, as well as the controversy surrounding her firing from her last unfinished film "Something's Got to Give."
210.
4th Annual American Comedy Awards, The (1990) as Television Extract
Broadcast of the Fourth Annual American Comedy Awards honoring top comedic performers in all forms of American entertainment.
211.
Night of 100 Stars III (1990) as Film Excerpts
A celebrity benefit for The Actors' Fund of America, featuring music, songs, dance and comedy. Features nearly 175 stars of stage, screen, sports, and fashion.
212.
Bob Fosse: Steam Heat (1990) as Materials Provider
A documentary profile of director/choreographer Bob Fosse. Includes clips from his films and television specials as well as interviews with Fosse, remembrances from his friends, and commentary by Gwen Verdon. A "Dance in America" presentation, broadcast as part of "Great Performances."
213.
Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts, The (1990) as Cooperation
A broadcast of the thirteenth annual gala tribute to the distinguished artists who are recipients of the 1990 Kennedy Center Honors. This year's recipients are jazz musician Dizzy Gillespie, actress Katharine Hepburn, opera singer Rise Stevens, composer Jule Styne and film director Billy Wilder.
214.
18th Annual American Film Institute Life Achievement Award: A Salute to Sir David Lean, The (1990) as Assistance
Broadcast in which the American Film Institute (AFI) presents its eighteenth annual Life Achievement Award to director David Lean.
215.
Happy Birthday, Bugs: 50 Looney Years (1990) as Assistance
A special celebrating the fiftieth birthday of cartoon character Bugs Bunny. Also included is a tribute to the late Mel Blanc, the creator of Bugs' voice.
216.
The Wonderful Wizard Of Oz: 50 Years Of Magic (1990) as Archival Footage And Stills
The story of how MGM created one of the most beloved family films of all time.
217.
Tube Test, The (1990) as Film Footage
An interactive special designed to test viewer's knowledge of the television medium in such categories as TV taboos, TV families, prime-time passions, signatures, law and order, musical themes, and opening acts.
218.
Motown 30: What's Goin' On! (1990) as Film Clips
A music special commemorating the 30th anniversary of the Motown recording label. The program features Motown's recording artists, as well as comedians and actors who have been influenced by the Motown sound.
219.
Siskel & Ebert Special, The (1990) as Film Extract ("9 1/2 Weeks")
A special hosted by film critics Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert, who examine the film industry through interviews with directors, actors, and other Hollywood personalities.
220.
Neil Simon: Not Just For Laughs (1989) as Film Clips ("The Sunshine Boys")
A documentary on the life and work of playwright Neil Simon. Friends and associates as well as the writer himself are interviewed.
221.
Cary Grant: A Celebration (1988) as Assistance
A special honoring the life and career of Cary Grant. Included are clips from some of his best-known films.

Production Companies (TV Mini-Series)

222.
World War II: When Lions Roared (1994)
A two-part miniseries that explores World War II through the perspectives of the allied leaders, Franklin Roosevelt, Winston Churchill and Joseph Stalin. Also includes World War II stock footage and still photographs.

Misc. Crew (TV Mini-Series)

223.
You Must Remember This (1992) as Stills Provider ("Gone With The Wind")

Misc. Crew (TV Mini-Series)

224.
Man Who Lived at the Ritz, The (1988) as Clips ("Where Eagles Dare")

Production Companies (short)

225.
100 Years at the Movies (1994) as Production Company
Documentary that commemorates the centennial of American movies with clips from landmark films.

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