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1.
Postman, The (1997)
Set some 20 years in the future after the devastating Second Civil War, the story revolves around a drifter who unwittingly becomes a national hero. On the run from an evil and oppressive sect known as the Holns, the drifter retreats to the woods of the Northwestern U.S. and assumes the identity of a postal employee when he inadvertantly stumbles upon a wrecked postal vehicle. Although the United States government has long been disbanded, The Postman begins to deliver the mail - providing a sense of hope to the frightened locals who have for too long lived under the Holn's oppressive ways.
2.
For Better or Worse... (1996)
Michael Makeshift is a chronic loser whose fiancee hasn't called him in six months, who attends AA meetings just for company and whose psychiatrist supplies him with "video dog" tapes because Michael fears a real pet might abandon him. One night, Michael's ne'er-do-well brother, Reggie, appears at Michael's door with his very beautiful, very unconscious bride, Valerie. He begs Michael to watch over her for a few days until a business deal comes through that he promises will make them all rich. Countless double-deals, triple-crosses and misunderstandings later, Valerie and Michael realize they are in love. Unfortunately, they're also in-laws.
3.
Riders of the Purple Sage (1996)
Jane Withersteen is a widow on the American frontier, at odds with her surroundings and her community. Left only with her home and ranch she is desperately trying to hold onto, Jane finds herself threatened by men who want to take her land away. When a mysterious drifter finds his way into her life, Jane is provided with her strongest ally and her best hope of keeping her ranch.
4.
Forest Warrior (1996)
An American-Indian spirit aids a group of children in saving a forest from destruction.
5.
Crazy Horse (1996)
A television movie about the Native American warrior, part of a series of telefilms with Indian themes. Crazy Horse, chief of the Oglala Sioux, leads his people back to their home in the hills of South Dakota rather than be relocated to reservations. Later, a joint Sioux-Cheyenne force lead by Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull decimated Colonel George Custer and 225 members of the 7th Cavalry at the Little Bighorn on June 25, 1876.
6.
Under the Hula Moon (1995)
The story of Buzzard and Betty Wall, two dreamers who live in a desert trailer and envision a better life in Hawaii. Buzzard hopes to find his fortune with his invention "CAMMO," a sunscreen product with an SPF of over 150. When Buzz's brother, Turk, escapes from prison and kidnaps Betty, Buzz has t
7.
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
8.
Girl in the Cadillac (1995)
17-year-old Mandy Baker is a free spirit who's bored with her hometown of Paint Rock, Texas, and longs for a relationship with her long-gone natural father. When her mother remarries a steady, well-meaning older man, beautiful Mandy hits the road in search of her real father and a little excitement.
9.
Dominion (1995)
Six friends arrange for a week-long camping trip and are air-dropped in a designated sector of wild timberland where they good-naturedly set up camp and head out the following morning when they spot fresh animal tracks. All is well until they chance upon a deep ravine and slowly venture across a ten
10.
Galaxis (1995)
On the distant planet Centaria in the far side of the galaxy, a ruthless and powerful being known as Kyla has vowed to enslave and destroy its people. Two powerful crystals holding the key to omnipotent power are all he needs to accomplish his evil purpose. With one stone at last in Kyla's possessio
11.
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.
12.
Passion of Darkly Noon, The (1995)
After the death of his parents, a young man roams the countryside and collpases from exhaustion. He is nursed back to health by a young woman with whom he falls madly in love. Eventually, he goes mad because she does not return his love.
13.
Sleepstalker (1995)
As a boy, a young reporter named Griffin witnessed the death of his parents by a ruthless murderer known as the Sandman. Caught by the police and sentenced to die in the gas chamber, the Sandman is visited on death row by an ominous stranger who hands the killer an ancient amulet, whispering the pro
14.
Ripper Man (1995)
Charles Walken, a contemporary incarnation of Jack the Ripper is linked to a series of murders. Mike Lazo, an ex-cop turned hypnotist finds he must battle this madman to prove his own innocence. Walken's lust to kill is inflamed by Lazo's attempt to turn him into the police, leaving a trail of carna
15.
Virtual Assassin (1995)
In the year 2012, an ex-cop finds himself trapped in a hi-tech research facility that has been taken over by new age thieves known as Cyberjacks. Now he must stop them from stealing the ultimate computer virus and holding the world hostage.
16.
Frankenstein Sings (1995)
A distressed teenage couple shivering from the chill, seek help and shelter in a mansion on the hill. After knocking, the sqeaky castle door opens wide, the kids cower in shock upon looking inside. There was Wolfman, Dracula, Frankenstein too, with Igor and the Monster. When these animals party it's
17.
When the Bough Breaks (1995)
A horrific crime involving child abduction leads a special investigator to a young mental patient who seems to possess a hidden knowledge.
18.
Good Old Boys (1995)
As society is transformed in the American West at the turn of the 20th Century, a cowboy tries to reconcile himself to the changes.
19.
Kissinger and Nixon (1995)
Television movie exploring the complex relationship between President Richard Nixon and his National Security Advisor, and later Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger.
20.
Desperate Trail, The (1995)
Sarah, a tough, gutsy heroine, is being escorted by a crusty marshall to the nearest town, where she'll be hung for murdering a young man who forced himself upon her sexually. In the course of a bungled stagecoach robbery, Sarah manages to hijack the money, but is in turn robbed by another passenger, an attractive dandy. The latter promptly flees to a nearby town, with both Sarah and the sheriff in hot pursuit.
21.
Jonny Quest vs. the Cyber Insects (1995)
An animated television movie following the exploits of kid adventurer Jonny Quest; his father, Dr. Benton Quest, a globe-trotting scientist and government agent; his companion Hadji, a mystical boy from India; Bandit, his pet dog; and Roger "Race" Bannon, Jonny's own personal bodyguard. In this telefilm, they attempt to stop their arch-nemesis Dr. Zin, as he schemes to bring civilization down with weather-altering satellites and cloned killer insects long extinct.
22.
Tecumseh: The Last Warrior (1995)
Story of Tecumseh, the Shawnee warrior-statesman who dreamed of a confederation of Native Americans at the beginning of the 19th century in the Ohio River Valley.
23.
Heidi Chronicles, The (1995)
The story of Heidi Holland follows the title character from a high school dance in 1965 through the present day, exploring her personal relationships, her feminist awakening and her successful professional career. Along the way she is supported by her best friend and loved by a man who cannot commit. Heidi's story speaks to everyone who has lived and grown and knows the joy and pain of the process.
24.
Decoy (1995)
Two former CIA operatives are hired to guard the daughter of a wealthy businessman, who may want the pair eliminated for unrelated reasons.
25.
Broken Trust (1995)
A judge is recruited by Justice Department investigators to help ferret out corrupt members of the judiciary. The ensuing expose of corruption and abuse of power compromises his faith in the law and opens his eyes to the terrible price it sometimes exacts.
26.
Kingfish: A Story of Huey P. Long (1995)
Biopic of the controversial 1930s Louisiana governor, Huey Long.
27.
Soft Deceit (1995)
After stashing a huge haul of cash, a convicted robber is pursued by the arresting officer -- who wants the money for himself. A beautiful cop is recruited to seduce the handsome criminal into revealing the whereabouts of the $6 million in stolen loot, but she finds herself falling in love with him.
28.
Wizard Of Oz In Concert, The (1995) as Domestic Video Distributor
Semi-staged concert performance of the music to the 1939 MGM film, "The Wizard of Oz."
29.
Power of Attorney (1994)
Mafia don Joseph Scassi is a man willing to use all of his vast resources to defend himself against an indictment for murder and extortion.
30.
Cisco Kid, The (1994)
A television movie remake of the 1940s theatrical films and the 1950s television series about the adventures of a Mexican Robin Hood figure in Old California.
31.
Swan Princess, The (1994)
After an evil sorcerer puts the whammy on her, a beautiful princess is transformed into an ordinary swan by day, returning to her human state very briefly each night. Only with the help of her charming animal pals and a human prince with whom she falls in love can the spell be broken.
32.
Amelia Earhart: The Final Flight (1994)
Pioneer aviator Amelia Earhart makes her 1937 fatal last flight.
33.
Lakota Woman: Return to Wounded Knee (1994)
A Native woman's activism leads her to take part in an armed confrontation with the U.S. government.
34.
Million to Juan, A (1994)
An impoverished orange vendor's life changes when a stranger offers him a check for one million dollars.
35.
Jacob (1994)
Telefilm on the Biblical patriarch Jacob. Jacob conspires with his mother Rebakeh to cheat his brother Esau out of his birthright. Fleeing his family home in fear of his brother's wrath, Jacob spends the next 14 years in servitude to his Uncle Laban in return for the hand of his daughter Rachel.
36.
Heart Of Darkness (1994)
Adaptation of Joseph Conrad's 1902 novel about a young British colonialist in Africa who journeys up the Congo River, where his most shocking discovery is "civilized" man's inherent greed and savagery.
37.
Foreign Affairs (1993)
A cynical professor and a brash Oklahoma engineer begin an unlikely romance.
38.
Percy and Thunder - Part 2 (1993)
Percy is a crafty, ornery fight trainer who could have been a contender. Thunder is the up-and-coming middleweight boxer he trains. Together they maintain their integrity and resist corruption, even when dealing with a slick, all-powerful Don King-like promoter.
39.
Sea Wolf, The (1993)
A cruel sea captain, Wolf Larsen, and a shipwrecked San Francisco aristocrat whom he plucks from the sea, engage in a battle of wills aboard the doomed vessel "The Ghost."
40.
Gettysburg (1993)
The beleaguered Union Army faces off with the Confederacy in a battle that could change the course of the Civil War.
41.
Percy and Thunder (1993)
A young black fighter and his veteran trainer are pitted against big-money boxing's bureaucracy of influence and greed.
42.
Percy and Thunder - Part 1 (1993)
Percy is a crafty, ornery fight trainer who could have been a contender. Thunder is the up-and-coming middleweight boxer he trains. Together they maintain their integrity and resist corruption, even when dealing with a slick, all-powerful Don King-like promoter.
43.
Geronimo (1993)
A television movie about the Apache war chief Geronimo's early years and the origins of his vendetta against the white European settlers. Part of a series of telefilms with Native American themes.
44.
Broken Chain (1993)
Part of a series of telefilms with Native American themes. Depicts the collapse of the Iroquois League of Five Nations when the American Revolutionary War broke the chain of peace that bound its member nations.
45.
Ghost Brigade, The (1993)
During the Civil War, Union Captain John Harling receives orders to investigate a series of gruesome, unexplained mass murders of both Union and Confederate soldiers. Harling agrees, but insists on enlisting the help of his old mentor from West Point, Confederate Colonel Nehemia Strayn. The two offi
46.
Harlow: The Blonde Bombshell (1993) as Domestic Video Distributor
Sharon Stone hosts this look at Jean Harlow's rise to stardom and her tragic end.
47.
Christmas In Connecticut (TNT) (1992)
A television movie remake of the 1945 film of the same title. A successful television personality with a weekly series on cooking, marriage and homemaking, is basically ignorant on all three subjects. In order to boost her ratings, she entertains a national hero on a live television special on Christmas Day. Her conniving producer sets her up with a country estate, an instant family and a homemade Christmas dinner.
48.
T-Bone N Weasel (1992)
Two unassuming, less-than-adept excons encounter humorous calamities and outrageous characters while trying to survive in the world.
49.
Keep the Change (1992)
An adaptation of Tom McGuane's novel of the same title. Emotionally and professionally adrift, a California artist returns to the sanctuary of his native Montana.
50.
Water Engine, The (1992)
A television movie set during the Depression, about a genius inventor who revolutionizes manufacturing technology only to discover the dark side of American big business bent on preserving the status quo.
51.
Charles and Diana: A Palace Divided (1992)
Dramatization of the troubled marriage of England's Prince and Princess of Wales.
52.
Crazy In Love (1992)
A television movie about the three generations of women living on an island hideaway in Puget Sound.
53.
Fergie and Andrew: Behind Closed Doors (1992)
A movie about the marriage and separation of the Duke and Duchess of York (Prince Andrew and Sarah Ferguson).
54.
Railway Station Man (1992)
The chance encounter of a middle-aged widow with an eccentric American recluse disrupts her solitary artist's life. The political conflicts in Ireland threaten their quiet existence in a remote coastal village.
55.
Duel of Hearts (1992)
A television movie, set in 1821, about a London debutante and her determination to save the man she loves from his evil cousin.
56.
Four Eyes And Six Guns (1992)
An optometrist in the Old West joins Marshal Wyatt Earp in a gunfight with the infamous Doom brothers.
57.
Horton Foote's The Habitation of Dragons (1992)
An adaptation of a play by Horton Foote about a Southern family in the 1930s facing threats from local politics, a drowning accident and the scandal of an extramarital affair.
58.
In a Stranger's Hand (1992)
When a businessman recognizes a girl from a missing-child poster, he joins forces with her mother to search for her.
59.
Grand Isle (1992)
A movie based on Kate Chopin's novel, "The Awakening." An unhappily married woman discovers love with a younger man during a summer spent on the Louisiana coast circa 1900.
60.
Frankenstein (1992)
A retelling of the 1816 Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley novel, "Frankenstein." A scientist creates a living being from body parts with disastrous results.
61.
Murder Without Motive (1992)
Based on the true story of an African-American scholarship student at a posh prep school who was shot to death by a police officer who claimed to have been attacked by the teenager.
62.
James Cagney: Top Of The World (1992) as Domestic Video Distributor
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.
63.
Fonda On Fonda (1992) as Domestic Video Distributor
Jane Fonda recalls her father Henry's career as a star of stage and screen.
64.
Memphis (1991)
A television movie based on Shelby Foote's novel, "September, September." Set in the 1950s, drifters kidnap a wealthy black businessman's grandson. One of them develops a maternal bond with the little boy.
65.
Miracle In The Wilderness (1991)
Based on a novella by Paul Gallico in which the story of the first Christmas is miraculously re-created. Set in the Old West, a frontier family is captured by an Indian tribe.
66.
Crazy From The Heart (1991)
A conservative high-school principal enters into a relationship a Mexican janitor.
67.
Murder in New Hampshire (1991)
Based on the true story of a 23-year-old New Hampshire high school teacher who was arrested along with her 16-year-old lover and two of his friends, for the murder of her husband.
68.
Chernobyl: The Final Warning (1991)
A television movie about the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in the USSR. Interweaves the stories of a fireman at the nuclear power plant, his pregnant wife, the government officials whose policies helped and hindered rescue efforts and America's Dr. Robert Gale, who led the international medical team that helped treat the survivors.
69.
Ironclads (1991)
A television movie recreating the Civil War confrontation between the warships "Monitor" and "Merrimack." A woman helps a Union soldier infiltrate the Confederate Army and learn important secrets regarding the firepower of the "Merrimack" for the designer of the rival battleship.
70.
Final Verdict (1991)
A television movie based on the book by Adela Rogers St. Johns. Set in pre-World War I Los Angeles when she was a child, St. Johns recalls the special relationship she had with her father, a famous defense lawyer and his involvement in two sensational court cases.
71.
Cry in the Wild: The Taking of Peggy Ann (1991)
Based on the true story of a teenage girl in a rural Pennsylvania town who in 1966 was kidnapped and held captive by a reclusive man obsessed by his misguided love for her.
72.
Backfield in Motion (1991)
A single mother attempts to get closer to her young son by organizing a mother-and-son football game.
73.
Crucifer Of Blood (1991)
British detective Sherlock Holmes seeks a man who has disappeared, leaving behind a piece of an old map bearing a cross made in human blood.
74.
Baby Of The Bride (1991)
An older woman who marries a young man must face her own emotions and the reactions of her grown children and husband when they discover that she is pregnant.
75.
Lies Before Kisses (1991)
A woman's perfect life begins to fall apart when she learns that her husband, a wealthy publisher, has been accused of murdering a prostitute.
76.
Which Way Home (1991)
A courageous nurse sets out with seven young orphans on an epic journey after the fall of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, from a Thai refugee camp to freedom in Australia.
77.
Dead On The Money (1991)
An actress is persuaded by a charming man to join him in a scheme of revenge against his cousin.
78.
Never Forget (1991)
A television movie about Mel Mermelstein, an Auschwitz concentration camp survivor who brought a group of Nazi apologists to court when it challenged the authenticity of the Holocaust.
79.
Conagher (1991)
A television movie based on the Louis L'Amour novel "Conagher." A cowboy drifts in and out of the lives of a woman and her two stepchildren who operate a rest stop for stage coach passengers.
80.
Myrna Loy: So Nice To Come Home To (1991) as Domestic Video Distributor
Kathleen Turner hosts this retrospective look at Loy's career.
81.
Gary Cooper: American Life, American Legend (1991) as Domestic Video Distributor
Clint Eastwood takes viewers behind-the-scenes to learn how one of Hollywood''s most American stars, Gary Cooper, was born.
82.
Laser Mission (1990)
Action thriller about a renegade government agent chosen to uncover a top-secret Soviet laser weapons operation.
83.
Heat Wave (1990)
A television movie about the 1965 riots in the Watts section of Los Angeles. Recreates the experiences of Bob Richardson, a young Los Angeles Times messenger who covered the riots and subsequently became the paper's first African-American reporter.
84.
Border Shootout (1990)
Western about a sheriff in 1881 Arizona who gets involved in the capture of a group of men responsible for hanging two local Mexicans.
85.
Rose And The Jackal, The (1990)
A movie based on two actual Civil War figures. Allan Pinkerton is determined to carry out his responsibilities as head of the Secret Service during the Civil War despite his love for Rose O'Neal Greenhow, a beautiful and aristocratic Southerner who is passing Union information and supplies to the Confederate army.
86.
Rising Son (1990)
A father is forced to re-examine his relationship with his son while facing a major crisis of his own. The young man returns home from college to heated tensions with his father, who may lose his job when the local factory unexpectedly announces cutbacks.
87.
Sweet Revenge (1990)
A lawyer is ordered to pay alimony to her ex-husband in a divorce agreement. She schemes to get him to remarry an actress she has hired in order to avoid making the alimony payments.
88.
Max And Helen (1990)
A movie based on a true story and adapted from the book by Simon Wiesenthal. Two lovers who survive the Nazi death camps are separated in the aftermath of World War II. After 20 years, they are reunited, but a terrible secret from the past threatens to destroy them.
89.
River of Diamonds (1990)
A freelance surveyor, hired to find a hidden cache of diamonds, has a run-in with bad guys.
90.
Lost Capone, The (1990)
A television movie based on the fictionalized account of the life of Jimmy Capone, brother of crime boss Al Capone. After disappearing for ten years, Jimmy re-emerges with a new identity as a lawman with an assigment to bring in his own brother.
91.
Quiet Little Neighborhood, A Perfect Little Murder, A (1990)
A television movie in which a young couple and their baby move to suburbia and discover that their neighbors are plotting a murder when a communications device in their baby's room picks up their conversation.
92.
Secret Weapon (1990)
Based on the true story of Mordechai Vanunu, the Israeli nuclear technician who exposed his country's production of nuclear weapons. Dramatizes the events leading up to Vanunu's capture and trial for espionage in Israel.
93.
Heat Wave - Part 2 (1990)
A dramatic re-enactment of the turbulent events of the 1965 Watts riots, as a reporter who moved from Alabama to Los Angeles in hopes of a better career finds himself at the heart of seething racial tensions. Filmed on location in the Watts section of Los Angeles.
94.
Heat Wave - Part 1 (1990)
A dramatic re-enactment of the turbulent events of the 1965 Watts riots, as a reporter who moved from Alabama to Los Angeles in hopes of a better career finds himself at the heart of seething racial tensions. Filmed on location in the Watts section of Los Angeles.
95.
Treasure Island (1990)
A television movie based on Robert Louis Stevenson's adventure novel "Treasure Island." Pirate Captain Billy Bones leaves a young innkeeper's son, Jim Hawkins, a map indicating the location of a priceless treasure. Joining with his friends, Doctor Livesey and Squire Trelawney, Jim sets sail for the Caribbean in search of the treasure. But they do not realize that the ship's crew has been replaced by a band of cutthroats under the leadership of the infamous pirate Long John Silver.
96.
Orpheus Descending (1990)
A television movie of Tennessee Williams' stage play. A shopkeeper welcomes an enigmatic young drifter into her home while her husband is recuperating upstairs from a lengthy illness, causing a deadly scandal in the small Southern town where she lives.
97.
Court-martial Of Jackie Robinson, The (1990)
A movie that documents Jackie Robinson's 1944 legal challenge, as a U.S. Army lieutenant, to the military's racial segregation policy.
98.
Montana (1990)
Married cattle ranchers struggle to keep their marriage afloat after a power company offers to buy their land.
99.
Secret Life Of Ian Fleming, The (1990)
A television movie based on the adventures of Ian Fleming, the suave secret agent who drew on his own true-life experiences to write 14 James Bond novels and provide the foundation for 16 Bond movies.
100.
Forgotten Prisoners: The Amnesty Files (1990)
A lawyer representing Amnesty International tries to find the whereabouts and condition of 17 political prisoners detained in a country known for its systematic torture of prisoners.
101.
Ivory Hunters, The (1990)
A photographer who is sent to Kenya to photograph elephants mysteriously disappears. Her friend discovers she has been killed by poachers and he plots to infiltrate the international organization of ivory traffickers and bring the killers to justice.
102.
The Divine Greta Garbo (1990) as Domestic Video Distributor
Glenn Close hosts this documentary featuring film clips and rare behind-the-scenes footage that reveal how Greta Garbo's film career reflected her life.
103.
Vivien Leigh: Scarlett And Beyond (1990) as Domestic Video Distributor
Interviews and rare film clips trace the troubled career of one of the screen's most beautiful actresses. Hosted by Jessica Lange.
104.
Babycakes (1989)
Based on Percy Adlon's 1985 German film, "Zuckerbaby," a lonely, overweight young woman has all but given up on the opposite sex until she lays her eyes on the most beautiful man she's ever seen and sets out to conquer him.
105.
Claudia (1989)
In high society London, a ravaged woman seeks revenge
106.
Billy The Kid (Gore Vidal's) (1989)
A television movie about the legendary outlaw and gunfighter Billy the Kid and his relationship with friend-turned-foe Pat Garrett. After a promised pardon fails to come through, Billy finds himself a wanted outlaw pursued by his former friend, now a lawman sworn to bring Billy in dead or alive.
107.
Preppie Murder, The (1989)
A television movie based on the murder of Jennifer Levin, an affluent young woman killed in Central Park in New York in August, 1986, and the subsequent trial of her confessed killer, Robert Chambers, who was ultimately convicted not on a murder charge but on a lesser one of manslaughter. The case g
108.
Nightbreaker (1989)
A television movie concerning the guilt felt by a successful neurologist who must deal with the effects of his involvement with nuclear testing at Camp Mercury, Nevada, 20 years earlier. Based on the true experiences of American soldiers who unknowingly served their country as "guinea pigs" for atomic testing. The lack of knowledge about radiation and the unwillingness by the government to recognize its responsibility to the victims of the testing is also explored.
109.
Dinner At Eight (1989)
Based on the George S. Kaufman-Edna Ferber play and the 1933 MGM screenplay of the same title. Individuals from various strata of New York society are invited to a dinner party. A rash of cancellations and unexpected events turn the soiree into a disaster.
110.
Breaking Point (1989)
A movie remake of the 1964 theatrical feature "36 Hours." A U.S. army officer is captured by the Nazis and made to believe that World War II is over, so they can persuade him to divulge the secret plans for the Allied invasion of Normandy.
111.
Incident At Dark River (1989)
A man's daughter dies as a result of toxic waste dumping. His determination to uncover the truth causes him to be maligned in the press, attacked by the powerful management of the town's only factory and estranged from his wife.
112.
Cold Sassy Tree (1989)
An independent woman from the North creates a scandal when she decides to marry a Southern general-store owner.
113.
Margaret Bourke-White (1989)
A movie about the life of celebrated photographer Margaret Bourke-White, from the late 1920s through the 1930s and '40s, when she was making a name for herself at "Life" Magazine. It also focuses on her relationship with acclaimed writer Erskine Caldwell and how she sacrificed that relationship for a career.
114.
When Harry Met Sally... (1989)
A man and a woman turn a feud into a lasting friendship, until love threatens to ruin everything.
115.
A Man For All Seasons (1988)
An adaptation of Robert Bolt's play focusing on the conflict waged between King Henry VIII and Sir Thomas More when the King broke with the Roman Catholic Church.
116.
To Heal a Nation (1988)
A true story of Jan Scruggs, a Vietnam veteran who overcame government and individual opposition in a three-year struggle to persuade the government to build the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C. Presented as a segment of "G.E. Theater."
117.
John Huston: The Man, The Movies, The Maverick (1988)
Robert Mitchum hosts this documentary featuring home movies and memorabilia from John Huston's films paint an inspiring portrait of the legendary director.
118.
Dance 'till Dawn (1988)
A movie that follows the lives of several young people and their parents during a whacky and unpredictable Senior Prom night.
119.
Lady Mobster (1988)
A brilliant, emotionally scarred woman battles to the top of a powerful crime syndicate to free her family from a life of violence.
120.
Bacall On Bogart (1988) as Domestic Video Distributor
Lauren Bacall hosts this extraordinary documentary on her life on- and off-screen with her late husband, Humphrey Bogart.
121.
Proud Men (1987)
When a soldier who went AWOL in Vietnam returns to visit his dying father, he is arrested for desertion.
122.
Casanova (1987)
A movie about Casanova, the great Italian lover. The film traces Casanova's life from his teenage years, as he struggles with the attempt to find a career that suits him, and his early romantic scrapes, to the older and more experienced Casanova, as he lives through adventure after adventure, especi
123.
News at Eleven (1986)
A local TV anchorman reluctantly helps to create a media controversy when he breaks the story of alleged sexual involvement between a high school teacher and a female student.
124.
Convicted (1986)
Douglas Forbes, a Tennessee mail carrier, is arrested and charged with the rape of three women. After his conviction, Forbes' wife, who refuses to believe her husband's guilt, fights to free him until someone else confesses to the rapes. But Forbes wants to be declared innocent rather than receive a
125.
Trapped in Silence (1986)
Drama of an elective mute teenager (played by Donald Sutherland's lookalike son, Kiefer) and the psychologist who feels she can get through to him at the institution (Marsha Mason in the part). Filmed in and around Poughkeepsie, New York, it was adapted by Vicki Patik (Emmy Award winner for "Do You
126.
Romance on the Orient Express (1985)
Torn, seemingly, from one of those soft-cover romance novels, this lush drama deals with an interlude between an American magazine editor and a dashing young Englishman while traveling between Venice and Paris, rekindling briefly an affair the two had enjoyed together ten years earlier. John Gielgud
127.
Challenge of a Lifetime (1985)
Penny Marshall stars as a lovable eccentric who becomes obsessed with competing in Hawaii's Ironman Triathlon -- a grueling day-long sports contest that consists of a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile bike ride and a 26.2-mile running race -- and her teenaged son encourages her to "go for it!" Much of the m
128.
Fingers (1978)
Keitel plays the lead in this schizophrenic movie in which he is continually pulled by the two conflicting sides of his personality, on the one hand that of a quiet piano virtuoso and on the other a ruthless debt collector for his mobster father. Keitel is introspective as only Keitel can be, really making the audience feel for him and his pained existence.
129.
The First of the Few (1942) as Domestic Video Distributor
An aircraft designer struggles to create a new kind of fighter plane to take on the Nazis.

Production Companies (special)

130.
Survivors of the Holocaust (1996) as Domestic Video Distributor
Documentary chronicling life in pre-World War II Europe, the rise and fall of the Third Reich, the impact of Nazism on European Jewry, the liberation of the concentration camps, and the lives of survivors currently. Includes archival footage and survivors' testimonies, photographs and artifacts.
131.
100 Years of Olympic Glory (1996) as Domestic Video Distributor
Documentary on memorable moments in the history of the modern Olympic Games. Utilizes historic film footage and interviews with former Olympians.
132.
America's Music: The Roots of Country (1996) as Domestic Video Distributor
Multi-part special tracing the evolution of America's country music, from its origins in Appalachia to its current preeminence in concert halls and record stores.
133.
America's Greatest Olympians (1996) as Domestic Video Distributor
Documentary featuring the stories of a selection of athletes who have competed in the modern Olympic games. Includes archival footage and interviews with many of the athletes.
134.
Heidi (1995)
The story of Heidi Holland follows the title character from a high school dance in 1965 through the present day, exploring her personal relationships, her feminist awakening and her successful professional career. Along the way she is supported by her best friend and loved by a man who cannot commit
135.
Anatomy of Love (1995) as Domestic Video Distributor
Two-part documentary tracing the intricacies of love, courtship, marriage, adultery, divorce and re-marriage -- using contemporary stories from Africa, Japan and North America interwoven with footage of animal behavior.
136.
Beatles Anthology, The (1995) as Domestic Video Distributor
Multi-part documentary special offering a history of The Beatles, through the words of its surviving members, archival interviews with the late John Lennon and other archival footage. Also features the world premiere of two previously unreleased songs written and recorded by John Lennon and posthumo
137.
Century of Women, A (1994) as Domestic Video Distributor
A six-hour, three-part documentary on the changing role and image of women in U.S. history in the 20th Century. Makes use of voiceover narrative, archival footage, historic photographs, and on-camera interviews with women who have played important roles in the 20th Century. Also includes a fictional
138.
Trials of Life, The (1991) as Domestic Video Distributor
A twelve-part documentary series examining animal behavior. Two one-hour episodes air each day and focus on strategies that animals have developed in order to survive.
139.
Life in the Theatre, A (1979) as Domestic Video Distributor
An adaptation for television of the two-character play by David Mamet. The story of an aging actor who, feeling insecure, attempts to bolster his position by acting as a mentor to a young newcomer. Gradually the men reverse roles. in what turns into a joyous look at the skill and art of living.

Misc. Crew (special)

140.
27th Annual NAACP Image Awards, The (1996) as Clips ("Gone With The Wind")
Prime-time debut of the NAACP Image Awards from the Pasadena Civic Auditorium. The awards honor individuals who have contributed positive portrayals in film, television, literature and music.

Production Companies (special)

141.
Jonny's Golden Quest (1993)
Eleven-year-old Jonny Quest and his scientist father vie with the evil Dr. Zin to secure the secret of a gold processing system before the world's monetary system is seriously undermined.
142.
Halloween Tree, The (1993) as Domestic Video Distributor
Looks back at the history of Halloween as a group of young friends set out on the holiday to have some fun and wind up in an other-worldly adventure as they try to save the soul of a friend whose life is threatened by the evil Mr. Moundshround.

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