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Production Companies (feature film)

Tennessee Williams' The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (2003)
A recently widowed middle-aged American actress vacations in Italy and has an affair with a young Italian gigolo who ultimately breaks her heart

Misc. Crew (feature film)

Overview of Gable''s memorable career. Hosted by Liam Neeson.

Production Companies (special)

Great American Celebrity Spelling Bee, The (2004) as Music
Special in which various celebrities from different fields are pitted against one another in a tension-filled spelling bee.
Michael Jackson Interview:The Footage You Were Never Meant to See, The (2003) as Music
In response to the original aired interview/documentary, this is screened "with footage you were never meant to see" to provide a more complete glimpse into the life of pop icon Michael Jackson.
Countdown to the Emmys 2003 (2003) as Music By
A look at the arrivals of the participants in the 55th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards as well as commentary on the people and television shows nominated.
Life's Funniest Moments (2003) as Music
Comedy series that features outtakes from real-life videos.
Michael Jackson's Private Home Movies (2003) as Music
A look at the life of the King of Pop through never-before-seen footage from his private collection of home movies.
American Idol: Where Are They Now? (2003) as Music
Half hour special that catches up with the finalists of American Idol's first season.
Beverly Hills, 90210: 10-Year High School Reunion (2003) as Music
A reunion of most of the original cast of the long running series, discussing special moments from the show, behind the scenes tidbits and how their careers have changed since the show ended.
That '70s Show Special (2002) as Music
The cast and crew reflect on the completion of 100 episodes, including a list of their top ten favorites.
World's Funniest Wedding Outtakes (2002) as Music
A clip show that pokes fun at the sanctity of the marriage ceremony by displaying some examples of things gone horribly wrong.

Misc. Crew (special)

UPN's Funky Flubs (2003) as New Music By
Outtakes show featuring miscues from UPN's line-up.
Funny Flubs & Screw-Ups XI (2003) as New Music By
Presentation of mistakes made over the years on CBS television programming, from classics like "The Ed Sullivan Show," The Dinah Shore Show," The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show," The Steve Allen Show," and sopas "Guiding Light," "As the World Turns," "The Young and the Restless", recent shows like "Yes,
Funny Flubs & Screw-Ups XII (2003) as New Music By
Host Liza Snyder introduces bloopers from contemporary and classic CBS programs and newscasts.
Funny Flubs & Screw-Ups X (2002) as New Music By
A look back at on-camera mistakes made by performers in the network's primetime and news programming.
James Bond's Gadgets (2002) as Music
Documentary about the gadgets featured in James Bond films, including the jetpack from "Thunderball," the Aston Martin DB5 from "Goldfinger" and the lethal attache case from "From Russia With Love."
Mysteries of Easter Island (2002) as Music
Documentary about Easter Island, a triangle of volcanic rock in the South Pacific. Easter Island is over 2000 miles away from the nearest population center, making it one of the most isolated spots on Earth. It is best known for the giant stone statues, known as Moai, that dot the coastline. There h
S.W.A.T. (2002) as Music
Special weapons and tactics units arose in the 1960s to meet the challenges posed by turbulent times. From the Watts riots of Los Angeles to University of Texas bell tower sniper Charles Joseph Whitman, recount the origins, methods and dramatic stories of S.W.A.T. units.
Ultimate Ten: Mysterious Places, The (2001) as Music
Documentary that travels to the ten most mythologized places in the world: the Pampa region of Peru; the Batu Caves, a sacred Hindu site near Kuala Lumpur; the grotto of Massabielle, also known as the Shrine of Lourdes; Area 51; Loch Ness; the Bermuda Triangle; and a series of underwater structures
Eddie Albert: A Passion For Life (2001) as Music
Profile of actor Eddie Albert.
Marilyn Monroe: The Final Days (2001) as Film Score ("Something'S Got To Give")
Documentary about the final days of Marilyn Monroe, including an account of the making and eventual abandonment in 1962 of the last film on which Monroe worked -- "Something's Got to Give" The program includes the world television premiere of a 37-minute reconstruction of the footage shot for this u
Lee Marvin: Hollywood's Straight Shooter (2001) as Music
Profile of actor Lee Marvin.
TV Guide's Truth Behind the Rumors 2 (2001) as Music
Stars from "Cheers" and "Laverne & Shirley" reveal secrets and controversies that occurred behind the scenes while their series were shooting.
Major Flake (2001) as Music
Animated series about Major Flake, a frenetic French cereal mascot, and his grim sidekick, Sparkles. They must find a way to sell their rather unappealing Major Flake cereal before their boss, Sylvia Soggy, pulls the breakfast treat from store shelves.
Bobby Vinton: A Melody of Love (2001) as Music
Profile of singer Bobby Vinton.
America's Stonehenge (2001) as Music
Throughout the Northeast, prehistoric sites predate the arrival and the building techniques of Native Americans. The sites, such as Mystery Hill in New Hampshire, and Gungywamp in Connecticut, consist mainly of stone walls, underground chambers, standing stones, astronomical alignments and solstice
Reality TV's Funniest Moments (2001) as Music
Special presenting outtakes from reality television series.
Funny Flubs & Screw Ups VII (2001) as New Music
Comedy special featuring outtakes from decades of CBS programs. Liza Snyder of "Yes, Dear," and Barry Van Dyke of "Diagnosis Murder" help introduce moments from their own shows.
Funny Flubs & Screw Ups VI (2001) as Music
Comedy special featuring outtakes from decades of CBS programs. Hattie Winston, star of "Becker," and Tom Bergeron, host of "Hollywood Squares" help introduce moments from their own shows.
Dennis Franz: Out of the Blue (2001) as Music
Profile of actor Dennis Franz.
TV Guide's Truth Behind the Rumors 3 (2001) as Music
Stars from "Growing Pains" and "Dynasty" reveal secrets and controversies that occurred behind the scenes while their series were shooting.
Cliff Mummies of the Andes (2001) as Music
The program voyages to the Andes in Peru to witness the search for the thousand-year-old mummies of an obscure Andean culture in Peru called the Chachapoya. Part 1 investigates the mysterious culture and follows three climbers on their quest to find unlooted Chachapoyan tombs. The Chachapoya, who th
Florence Henderson: Here's the Story (2001) as Music
Profile of actress Florence Henderson, probably best known for her role as mom Carol Brady on the television series, "The Brady Bunch."
Michelle Kwan: Princess on Ice (2001) as Music
Ice skating special featuring world champion figure skater Michelle Kwan and guests.
Intimate Portrait: Cindy Williams (2001) as Music
Portrait of actress Cindy Williams, probably most famous for playing Shirley Feeney in the ABC sitcom "Laverne & Shirley" (1976-83).
Ancient City: Found and Lost (2001) as Music
Zeugma, located in modern-day Turkey, thrived for hundreds of years before vanishing with the demise of the Roman Empire. Although its ruins and mosaics were recently discovered and unearthed -- they were to be lost again as a hydroelectric dam flodded the entire valley.
Jack Palance: From Grit to Grace (2001) as Music
Profile of actor Jack Palance.
Intimate Portrait: Shirley Jones (2001) as Music
Portrait of actress Shirley Jones, best known as the mother from the television series "The Partridge Family." Jones talks about her career, from her days in the musical "Oklahoma!" to her most recent success on "The Drew Carey Show," as well as her personal life, including her marriages to actor Ja
Intimate Portrait: Patricia Heaton (2001) as Music
Portrait of actress Patricia Heaton, best known for her role as Debra on the CBS comedy series "Everybody Loves Raymond."
Tim Burton: Trick or Treat (2001) as Music
Profile of director Tim Burton.
Intimate Portrait: Brooke Shields (2001) as Music
Portrait of actress Brooke Shields.
Reginald VelJohnson: His Family Matters (2001) as Music
Profile of actor Reginald VelJohnson, best known as the ideal father on the television series "Family Matters."
Intimate Portrait: Rosa Parks (2001) as Music
Portrait of civil rights activist Rosa Parks.
Buried Treasure (2001) as Music
The program follows modern-day Indiana Joneses on their journeys to discover historical riches such as Blackbeard's gold and other loot that might be buried right under your front lawn. From the darkest caves to the depths of the oceans, treasure maps and legendary stories tell of fabulous wealth --
Dustin Hoffman: First in His Class (2001) as Music
Profile of actor Dustin Hoffman.
Oldest Autos on the Road (2001) as Audio Post-Production; Music
Documentary about classic cars and the people who love them. The program uses highlights from The History Channel Great Race to discover the reasons for owning and driving a vintage vehicle.
Hidden Tomb of Antiochus, The (2001) as Music
Nemrud Dagh is the exotic funerary sanctuary of King Antiochus I, the enigmatic ruler of Commagene. According to an ancient Greek inscription, Antiochus' tomb is buried inside a rocky tumulus on top of the 7000 foot high Mt. Nemrud. Today, both archaeologists and tourists are puzzled by the colossal
You Gotta Be Kidding (2001) as Music
People with incredibly strange talents are captured on tape, including a man who can kick himself in the head and a man who can stick 15 quarters up his nose.
Al Pacino: Inside Out (2001) as Music
Profile of Oscar-winning actor Al Pacino.
Weddings of a Lifetime Presents: Destination Weddings (2001) as Music
Skipping town to get married in an exotic location with close family and friends is often referred to as a "destination wedding," the latest trend among celebrities like Madonna, Kate Hudson and Pierce Brosnan, and everyday couples. These couples are opting out of the traditional hometown ceremony i
Voyage to Atlantis: The Lost Empire (2001) as Music
Special that examines the latest scientific and technical evidence suggesting Atlantis not only existed in the past, but that it will be rediscovered in our immediate future. The program features interviews and footage from explorers, archaeologists and oceanographers.
Sarge! (2001) as Music
Documentary about sergeants, the backbone of the military, portrayed in hundreds of Hollywood movies as cigar-chomping, tough-as-nail molders of raw recruits.
True Story of the Black Sheep Squadron, The (2001) as Music
The most famous aerial fighting group of World War II, the Black Sheep Squadron officially shot down 100 planes and may have unofficially shot down another 100. Led by Major Gregory "Pappy" Boyington, the self-proclaimed "bad boy" of the Marines, the Black Sheep were a motley group of fly boys who r
Jimmy Durante: The Great Schnozzola (2001) as Incidental Music
Clips of the entertainer Jimmy Durante from the 1950s and interviews with his wife Marjorie Little, his daughter and film critic Leonard Maltin.
Jean Simmons: Picture Perfect (2001) as Music
Profile of actor Jean Simmons.
Search For Noah's Ark, The (2001) as Music
While many people view the Bible as a story or a myth, others are inclined to take the sacred texts as true history. The program tells the story of those who have sought to find a giant boat that they believe carried Noah, his family and the animals two by two. The program includes first-hand accoun
Intimate Portrait: Mackenzie Phillips (2000) as Music
Documentary about the life and career of actress Mackenzie Phillips.
Phyllis Diller: First Lady of Laughter (2000) as Music
Profile of comedian Phyllis Diller.
Last One Standing: Nebraska (2000) as Music
Twelve members of several Nebraska farming communities compete to win a tractor in a contest in which each participant must stand on his or her feet 24 hours a day for as long as it takes, keeping one hand on the tractor at all times. The last one standing wins the tractors.
Maureen O'Hara: Wild Irish Rose (2000) as Music
Profile of actress Maureen O'Hara.
TV Guide's Truth Behind the Sitcoms 4 (2000) as Music
Special that features interviews with stars of three television series: "Happy Days," "The Jeffersons" and "One Day at a Time."
Diahann Carroll: No Strings (2000) as Music
Profile of actress/singer Diahann Carroll.
Funny Flubs & Screw-Ups V (2000) as Music
Comedy special featuring outtakes from decades of popular CBS programs. Leah Remini, co-star of "The King of Queens," and Charlie Schlatter of "Diagnosis Murder" help introduce moments from their shows.
Shirley Jones: Hollywood's Musical Mom (2000) as Music
Profile of singer/actress Shirley Jones.
Secret Plunder: GI Looters (2000) as Music
Most veterans returning from World War II brought home souvenirs. However, some left Europe with their own collection of riches worth millions of dollars, including the Hesse Crown jewels, which ended up in the hands of American officers stationed in Germany.
Robert Redford: Hollywood Outlaw (2000) as Music
Profile of actor/director/producer Robert Redford.
Steve Wozniak: The Wizard of Apple (2000) as Music
Profile of Steve Wozniak, the man behind the personal computer revolution, who created the first smaller, faster unit that came to be known as the Apple Computer in 1976.
True Story of the Fighting Sullivans, The (2000) as Music
Documentary about the five Sullivan brothers of Waterloo, Iowa, who died in the same Japanese attack on the American anti-aircraft cruiser, the U.S.S. Juneau, stationed in the Pacific Ocean.
Sally Field: Defying Gravity (2000) as Music
Profile of actress/director Sally Field.
TV's Funniest Game Shows (2000) as Music
Special featuring humorous and unscripted moments from games shows such as "The Newlywed Game," "The Dating Game," "Let's Make a Deal" and "Hollywood Squares."
Henry Winkler: Hollywood's Coolest Character (2000) as Music
Profile of actor/producer Henry Winkler, best known as Fonzie from the television series "Happy Days."
Intimate Portrait: Janis Joplin (2000) as Music
Portrait of singer Janis Joplin, who despite her brief career, has been called "the best white blues singer in American musical history" and "the greatest female singer in the history of rock 'n' roll."
Beverly Hills 90210: The Final Goodbye (2000) as Music
Special looks at the past 10 seasons of television series "Beverly Hills, 90210" through clips and interviews with current and former cast members.
Intimate Portrait: Robin Givens (2000) as Music
Profile of the life and career of actress Robin Givens.
Richard Widmark: Strength of Characters (2000) as Music
Profile of actor/producer Richard Widmark.
TV Guide's Truth Behind the Rumors (2000) as Music
TV Guide reveals the untold stories behind 1970's TV series "Charlie's Angels" and the career and tragic death of comedian Phil Hartman.
Ship of Gold (2000) as Music
Returning from California packed with tons of gold, the S.S. "Central America" is torn apart by a killer storm and and her treasure disappears into the ocean depths. One hundred thirty years later, a group of high-tech travel hunters search for the fortune and recover the greatest treasure ever lost
TV Guide's Truth Behind the Sitcoms 5 (2000) as Music
TV Guide reveals the untold stories of "Welcome Back Kotter," the television series that launched the career of John Travolta. Additional segments look at "Roseanne" and "The Facts of Life."
Intimate Portrait: Minnie Driver (2000) as Music
Documentary on the life and career of actor Minnie Driver.
TV Guide's Truth Behind the Sitcoms 2 (2000) as Music
Stars from "Diff'rent Strokes" and "Gilligan's Island" reveal scandals and controversies that occured behind the scenes while their series were shooting.
TV Guide's Truth Behind the Sitcoms 3 (2000) as Music
Interviews with stars of two famous television series: "The Love Boat" and "MASH."
Banned in America: The World's Sexiest Commercials 2 (2000) as Music
Special that features provocative, sexy and outrageous television commercials that aired around the world but were never presented in America.
Countdown to the Emmys 2000 (2000) as Music
Live coverage of celebrities as they arrive for the 52nd annual Emmy Awards presentation at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Includes interviews of the arriving stars, highlights of the key races, a look at the fashions, and a preview of the behind-the-scenes preparations for the event.
Mercury 13: The Secret Astronauts (2000) as Music
Documentary about the group of astronauts who had the right stuff, but were the wrong sex. A little-known NASA initiative to find qualified women astronauts at the dawn of the space age, resulted in women who were as rigorously trained as the Mercury Seven, but never cleared to fly.
Jonathan Winters: On the Loose (2000) as Music
Documentary about actor/comedian Jonathan Winters in which the comic himself guides us through his career and creative process.
Ghost Plane of the Desert: "Lady Be Good" (2000) as Music
On April 4, 1943, a B-24 named "Lady Be Good" vanished in the Sahara. Sixteen years later, the plane was found, amazingly preserved in the desert. Through the diary of two crew members, the program reveals the crew's deperate struggle to reach safety across the desert without food or water.
Intimate Portrait: Joanna Kerns (2000) as Music
Portrait of the life and career of actress Joanna Kerns, who portrayed the television mom, Maggie Seaver, on the series "Growing Pains" for seven seasons.
Intimate Portrait: Linda Evans (2000) as Music
Profile of the life and career of actress Linda Evans.
Deborah Kerr: Getting to Know Her (2000) as Music
Profile of actress Deborah Kerr.
Ghost Ships (2000) as Music
Documentary about infamous shipwrecks and ships that have disappeared, their crews vanishing without a trace. From the Flying Dutchman to the Mary Celeste, these ships continue to haunt modern sailors.
Nicolas Cage: Wild at Heart (1999) as Music
Biography about actor Nicolas Cage. Includes candid photos, clips and outtakes and interviews with friends, family and colleagues.
Tim Conway: Just Clowning Around (1999) as Music
Chronicles the life of actor/comedian Tim Conway. Features clips and trailors from TV and films, rare photographs, and interviews with family, friends and colleagues.
Surprise, Surprise, Surprise! (1999) as Additional Music
Adaptation of a British television show in which real people surprise friends and relatives with reunions, fantasy fulfillments and celebrity appearances.
Intimate Portrait: Donna Reed (1999) as Music
Profile of the life and career of Academy Award-winning actress Donna Reed.
1999 Emmy Awards Pre-Show (1999) as Music
The program features interviews with nominees, presenters and other celebrities as they arrive for the 51st annual Primetime Emmy Awards presentation at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.
Outrageous TV (1999) as Music
Reality special that features clips from game shows, television commercials, outtakes and other comedic footage from around the world.
Intimate Portrait: Loni Anderson (1999) as Music
Documentary about the life and career of actor Loni Anderson.
Intimate Portrait: Marsha Mason (1999) as Music
Documentary on the life and career of actress Marsha Mason.
Mysteries of Easter Island (1999) as Music
A documentary about Easter Island, an isolated island in the Pacific, more than 2000 miles from the nearest population centers (Tahiti and Chili). Easter Island is home to giant stone statues called the Ahu Akivi statues. Their origins are a mystery. Carved from tuff, a soft volcanic stone, they ran
TV Guide's Truth Behind the Sitcoms (1999) as Music
Stars from television shows "Three's Company," "The Partridge Family" and "The Brady Bunch" reveal controversies and scandals that occurred behind the scenes while their series were shooting.
Nicholas Brothers: Flying High, The (1999) as Music
The story of the Nicholas Brothers, a dance team consisting of brothers Fayard and Harold. The Nicholas Brothers performed for seventy years on Broadway, on international tours and in numerous films. Recounts how the brothers overcame the racism that limited their Hollywood roles, as well as the pai
Gold of El Dorado, The (1999) as Music
Documentary about El Dorado, a lost city of gold deep within the South American rain forest.
Intimate Portrait: Jean Harlow (1999) as Music
Documentary about the life and career of actress Jean Harlow.
Martha Raye: In Love and War (1999) as Music
Profile of comedienne/actress Martha Raye.
Don Ameche: Hollywood's Class Act (1999) as Music
Profile of actor Don Ameche.
Donald O'Connor: Make 'em Laugh (1999) as Music
Profile of "song-and-dance man" Donald O'Connor, star of the films "Singin' in the Rain" and "There's No Business Like Show Business."
Devil's Triangle (1999) as Music
Documentary about the area known as the Bermuda Triangle and a similar site located in the Great Lakes. The program travels to the source of unusual disappearances.
Hayley Mills (1999) as Music
Profile of actress Hayley Mills.
Gene Tierney: A Shattered Portrait (1999) as Music
Profile of actress Gene Tierney.
Intimate Portrait: Eva Gabor (1999) as Music
Documentary about actress Eva Gabor.
Amazon Women (1999) as Music
Documentary that examines stories of tribes of huge women warriors known as amazons. Virgil wrote of Camilla, the Amazon Queen, who led a band of women into battle during the Trojan War. Christopher Columbus wrote in 1493 of an island of tribal women. Cortes described encounters with a tribe of wome
Banned in America: The World's Sexiest Commercials (1999) as Music
A compilation of provocative commercials from around the world that have never been broadcasted in the United States.
Missouri: A Journey With Stephen Ambrose, The (1999) as Music
Documentary about the Missouri River. Since 1976, historian Stephen Ambrose has spent his summers retracing the route of Lewis and Clark from St. Louis to Three Forks, Montana.
Funny Flubs & Screw-Ups III (1999) as Music
Special featuring outtakes of CBS television programs.
Intimate Portrait: Kelly Preston (1999) as Music
Documentary about actress Kelly Preston.
Intimate Portrait: Jacqueline Susann (1999) as Music
Documentary about the life and career of author Jacqueline Susann.
Hitler's Secret Diaries (1999) as Music
A look at the 1983 hoax in which a documents dealer and a veteran investigative reporter from "Stern" magazine "unearthed" 60 volumes of Adolph Hitler's secret diaries, at a cost of $3.8 million. Touted as the find of the century, the diaries were authenticated by British Hitler expert H.R. Trevor-R
Intimate Portrait: Pam Grier (1999) as Music
Documentary about the life and career of actor Pam Grier, who in the 1970s was one of the first female action stars in Hollywood. Grier discusses her life-altering battle with cancer in the 1980s and her return to Hollywood in the 1990s with the films "Mars Attacks!" and "Jackie Brown."
Intimate Portrait: Ally Sheedy (1999) as Music
Documentary about the life and career of actor Ally Sheedy, who made her initial success in such 1980s films as "War Games," "The Breakfast Club" and "St. Elmo's Fire." Sheedy recalls the difficulties of the fast track to fame and the detrimental effects of being grouped with the young actors known
Funny Flubs & Screw-Ups IV (1999) as Music
Outtakes from decades of CBS programs.
Intimate Portrait: Claudia Schiffer (1999) as Music
Documentary about the life and career of model and actor Claudia Schiffer.
Ray Walston: No Antennae, Please (1999) as Music
Profile of actor Ray Walston.
Kurt Russell: Hollywood's Heavy Hitter (1999) as Music
Biography of actor Kurt Russell.
Intimate Portrait: Michele Lee (1999) as Music
Documentary about the life and career of actress Michele Lee.
Ron Howard: Hollywood's Favorite Son (1999) as Music
Biography of actor and director Ron Howard.
Rock N' Roll Forever: Ed Sullivan's Greatest Hits (1999) as New Music
Compilation of rock and roll performances as originally telecast on "The Ed Sullivan Show."
Suicide Missions (1999) as Music
Four-part documentary highlights examples of extreme risk-taking during wartime.
Raquel Welch (1999) as Music
Profile of actress Raquel Welch.
World's Funniest Pets (1999) as Additional Music
Features home videos of pets doing funny things and performing tricks.
Susan Sarandon: Rebel With a Cause (1999) as Music
Biography about Susan Sarandon. Includes photos, clips and outtakes and interviews with friends, family and colleagues.
Air Force One: A History (1999) as Music
Special follows the history of Air Force One through recents presidential runs.
Candid Camera's Funniest Moments: A Salute to Allen Funt (1999) as Music
A salute to the late Allen Funt, the creator of "Candid Camera." The program includes classic clips from the series and comments from viewers.
Intimate Portrait: Heather Locklear (1998) as Audio Post-Production; Original Music
Profile of actress Heather Locklear includes comments by the actress and her parents; husband Richie Sambora; costar Jack Wagner; actors Mike Myers and Peter Strauss; her agent and close friends; and producer Aaron Spelling. Also includes TV clips and commercials; photographs from her childhood and
Intimate Portrait: Jaclyn Smith (1998) as Music
Documentary on the life and career of actress Jaclyn Smith.
Intimate Portrait: Melissa Gilbert (1998) as Music
Documentary on the life of actor Melissa Gilbert.
Steven Spielberg: An Empire of Dreams (1998) as Music
Profile of director Steven Spielberg.
Intimate Portrait: Jacqueline Bisset (1998) as Music
Portrait of actor Jacqueline Bisset.
Intimate Portrait: Victoria Principal (1998) as Music
Victoria Principal's childhood, her acting and producing career, charity work and relationships are examined in this documentary profile.
Christmas at War (1998) as Music
Special shows how American troops have coped with the pain and loneliness of being separated from friends and family during the holiday season. Includes interviews with veterans, home movies, photos, letters and archive footage.
Funny Flubs & Screw-Ups (1998) as Music
Sequel to "CBS: 50 Years of Funny Flubs and Screw Ups," a special featuring outtakes from decades of popular CBS programs.
Intimate Portrait: Christie Brinkley (1998) as Music
Documentary on the life of model Christie Brinkley.
Intimate Portrait: Mariel Hemingway (1998) as Music
Profile of the life and career of model/actress Mariel Hemingway.
Intimate Portrait: Lea Thompson (1998) as Music
Documentary on the life of actor Lea Thompson.
Billy Wilder: The Human Comedy (1998) as Music
Profile of Billy Wilder, one of the most successful film directors, producers and screenwriters of Hollywood's Golden Age.
Mysterious World: Mysteries of the Bible (1998) as Music
Erich Von Daniken offers insight into the mystery surrounding the Bible and reviews contemporary explanations for common Biblical tales.
World's Funniest Kids Outtakes 2 (1997) as Music
Special featuring clips of kids from around the world in humorous situations.
Aliens Invade Hollywood (1997) as Music
Special looks at Hollywood's depictions of aliens in films ranging from "The Blob" to "E.T." Features interviews with filmmakers, movie stars, scientists and skeptics. Footage from a variety of sci-fi films is also included.
Funniest of the World's Funniest Outtakes, The (1997) as Music
Special featuring the most popular outtakes from the series of Fox specials "World's Funniest Outtakes." The clips are culled from the editing room floors of film, television and news. The categories include: Freudian slips, Public Servants, News, Animals, Falls, Kids, Sports, Dancing, Talk Shows, B
Oops! The World's Funniest Outtakes 6 (1997) as Music
Special featuring outtakes by television and film stars.
Candid Camera Across America (1997) as Music
"Candid Camera" continues to perpetrate and videotape jokes and gags on unsuspecting "victims" across the United States.
Candid Camera Looks at Love (1997) as Music
Peter Funt and Lorianne Crook host this special which focuses on unsuspecting people in love captured by hidden cameras.
Candid Camera: Battle of the Sexes (1997) as Music
"Candid Camera" continues to perpetrate and videotape jokes and gags on unsuspecting "victims." The theme of this special is the gender gap; highlights include a segment in which a coach sends his high-school football team to a new "fitness instructor" whose stretch class includes ballet; a man asks
Oops! The World's Funniest Outtakes 5 (1997) as Music
Special featuring outtakes by television and film stars.
World's Greatest Animal Outtakes: Unleashed 2, The (1997) as Music
Special featuring footage of bizarre and funny animal behavior.
Funny Things Kids Do, The (1997) as Music
Special featuring candid interviews with children ages 4 to 10 on subjects including sex, money, politics, parenting, history, and the future.
TV'S Funniest News Outtakes (1997) as Music
Special featuring newscasters and field reporters from across the country and worldwide caught in on-and off-camera gaffes, misspeaks and mishaps.
Story of Magic, The (1997) as Music
Two-part, four-hour special explores the long history of the largely unknown world of conjurers and illusionists. Rare footage, photos, interviews and artifacts tell the story of the world's greatest magicians. Dramatic reconstructions demonstrate their most amazing tricks and illusions. Subjects in
Super Structures of the World (1997) as Music
Three-part documentary special celebrates the world's most spectacular engineering challenges and monumental construction projects. Features nuclear submarines, skyscrapers and the Chunnel.
RSVP: The World's Funniest Party Disasters 2 (1997) as Music
Special features clips from special occasions gone awry, including blunders at weddings, graduation parties and bar mitzvahs.
RSVP: The World's Funniest Party Disasters (1997) as Music
Clips from festivities gone awry, from birthday parties, graduation parties and bar mitzvahs to bachelor parties, weddings and other special occasions around the world.
Oops! The World's Funniest Outtakes 2 (1996) as Music
Outtakes special featuring errors by television stars and pitchmen.
TV's All-Time Funniest Sitcom Weddings (1996) as Music
Special featuring clips of wedding scenes from popular sitcoms including "Cheers", "The Simpsons" and "Married... With Children."
Uncommon Heroes (1996) as Music
Special chronicles the true stories of four ordinary people who did extraordinary things to help others. Profiles include a firefighter who drove 180 miles to help search for a missing autistic child in the woods, the family of a deceased woman who decide to donate her heart to their family minister
Oops! The World's Funniest Outtakes 4 (1996) as Music
Special featuring outtakes by television and film stars including Eddie Murphy, Jada Pinkett, Matthew Perry, Raquel Welch and football's Steve Young. Also featured are goof-ups from newscasts, commercials and sports programs from around the world.
Candid Camera's 50th Anniversary (1996) as Music
Peter Funt and Leeza Gibbons host this TV special, celebrating 50 years of the landmark "Candid Camera" concept, which started as an Army radio show in 1946. Classic hidden-camera material, current footage of funny situations, and vintage celebrity clips from more than 600 episodes, are some of the
Rich in America: 150 Years of "Town & Country" Magazine, The (1996) as Music
Documentary provides a history of the rich in America, taking a look at the extravagance of the lives of the ultra-rich using the photography archives of "Town & Country" magazine.
Beyond Belief... Amazing True Stories (1995) as Music
Reality-based special chronicling true life stories that defy logic. A mother gives birth to fraternal twins -- 95 days apart; the world's smallest motorized car -- smaller than a grain of rice!
Ho Ho Ho: TV's All-Time Funniest Christmas Moments (1995) as Music
This special pays tribute to some Christmas-themed sitcom episodes, specials, variety programs and commercials.
For Better or For Worse: The World's Funniest Wedding Disasters (1995) as Music
Special featuring outrageous video clips from real-life wedding disasters, culminating with a contest for "the most disastrous wedding ceremony ever."
Beyond Belief... Amazing True Stories (1994) as Music
A special profiling true life stories that defy logic. Included are a diver who holds his breath for over eight minutes, a doctor who removes half the brain of a young child in order to save his life, the creator of the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, chronic back sufferers who find relief by swimming

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