Join Paddington as he explores the world around Windsor Gardens in these all new adventures about being curious, being good to others, and being part of a loving family.
The Little Mermaid Special Features: Part of Her World: Jodi Benson's Voyage to New Fantasy Land Fathoms Below: Deleted Scene with Introduction Fight with Ursula Alternate Ending with Introduction The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea Special Features: Read Along Trivia Game What Am I? Game The Little Mermaid 3: Ariel's Beginning Special Features: Deleted Scenes Games and Activities Music Disney Song Selection Backstage Disney: Splashdance - Behind the Scenes Featurette Peggy Holmes/The Little Mermaid: Under the Sea Behind the Scenes on Broadway
Imagine a time long before Ariel met Prince Eric and walked on land a time when music was banned from the underwater kingdom of Atlantica. Torn between family duty and her love of music Ariel must make the most difficult choice of her life. With the help of her friends Sebastian and Flounder and her six amusing sisters will the young mermaid be able to restore music friendship and love to the kingdom?
Furthering the success of the first two series of Saturday Live a change of night led to a change of name but the programme continued to feature the same uproarious stand-up comedy for which it had rightly become famous. Hosted throughout by Ben Elton Friday Night Live featured Harry Enfield as Stavros and for the first time on television Loadsamoney the horrendous but incredibly funny iconic 80s Cockney character that propelled Enfield up to comedy superstar status. Joining Elton and Enfield in this riotous comedy show are Moray Hunter Jack Docherty Josie Lawrence Hugh Laurie Robbie Coltrane Julian Clary Lee Evans Jo Brand (in her television debut) and the immortal Dame Edna Everage!
After an alien race attack, Earth prepares for a future war by recruiting the most intelligent children and training them to lead the inevitable battle. When Colonel Graff (Harrison Ford) recruits him to the International Fleet, Ender Wiggin (Asa Butterfield) quickly establishes himself as the best recruit of his generation with abilities even greater than those of the legendary war hero Mazer Rackham (Ben Kingsley). As his abilities are tested and honed he soon becomes Earth's only hope against total annihilation. BONUS FEATURES (Blu-ray only) Audio Commentary by director Gavin Hood Audio Commentary by producers Gigi Pritzker and Bob Orci Deleted/Extended Scenes (with optional audio commentary by Gavin Hood) Ender's World: The Making of Ender's Game
What do yo get if you mix warped British humour with political intrigue Royal kidnaps hostile invasions nuclear bombs British Task Forces mad international terrorists and the SAS? Total mayhem!
This box set features the following films: Love Life and Laughter (Dir. Maurice Elvey) (1934): An impoverished author and a cabaret girl each have their dream of success but are happy to wake to each other and reality. Sing As We Go (Dir. Basil Dean) (1934): When the textile mill closes putting her out of work Gracie finds herself experiencing all of the amusements of Blackpool. Sally In Our Alley (Dir. Maurice Elvey) (1931): A working class girl who waits on tables in a London coffee house sings to the customers to keep them entertained. Looking on The Bright Side (Dir. Graham Cutts / Basil Dean) (1932): Manicurist Fields falls for songwriting hairdresser Dolman whose heart belongs to a gorgeous singer. Queen of Hearts (Dir. Monty Banks) (1936): Gracie Perkins is a seamstress who is mistaken for a wealthy patroness of the arts! Look Up And Laugh (Dir. Basil Dean) (1935): Gracie rallies fellow stall-holders when a department store chain threatens to takeover and demolish their business. The Show Goes On (Dir. Basil Dean) (1937): The rise of British entertainer Graci Fields from humble mill girl to the most popular and highest paid performer in Great Britain during the Depression era is chronicled in this biographical drama.
After starring in the now-legendary Dollars trilogy of spaghetti Westerns for Italian director Sergio Leone, Clint Eastwood became a box-office star and imported the style of those classic shoot-em-ups for this 1967 Western directed by Ted Post, with whom Eastwood had worked during their days on the television series Rawhide. Eastwood plays an innocent rancher who is mistaken for a cattle rustler and sentenced to hang by an angry mob. When he is saved from the noose by a passing lawman, he embarks on a renegade campaign of vengeance against the men who attempted to lynch him. Hang 'Em High offers a number of memorable moments and stylistic flourishes, and features a superb supporting cast of Western veterans, including Ben Johnson, Ed Begley, Pat Hingle, Dennis Hopper, Bruce Dern, LQ Jones, and the "Skipper" himself, Alan Hale Jr Made just three years before Dirty Harry, the film marked a turning point for Eastwood, who would soon move into a prolific period of contemporary thrillers. --Jeff Shannon, Amazon.com
The Gracie Fields Collection Includes 8 Films: Love Life And Laughter Sing As We Go Sally In Our Alley Looking On The Bright Side Queen Of Hearts Look Up And Laugh The Show Goes On
Getting married should be the best experience of your life but for publisher Howard Steel it becomes a nightmare of gargantuan proportions. Everything that possibly could go wrong does and unfortunately for Howard most of this transpires because of his utmost attempts to do the right thing. From evading Cassie - an office colleague with whom he had a one night stand at the christmas party two years ago and who is now hell bent on ruining the big day - to the charming of his in-
In series two Howard and Mel, now married, have a baby on the way. Unsurprisingly things are far from smooth going and Howard manages to make the Cook family hate him even more!
Let season three of Primeval finally be known as the point when it managed to fully gel together. Unfairly dismissed in recent years as ITVs attempt to rival the BBCs Doctor Who juggernaut, and also as a monster of the week blockbuster, the shows third series adds plenty of meat to the proverbial bones. At heart, Primeval remains vibrant Saturday night entertainment, and very good entertainment at that. Each episode is action-packed, and boasts steadily improving special effects, as different creatures from time continue to appear in the present day. However, for Nick Cutter and his team, theres a deeper problem, with a conspiracy to uncover alongside the various monsters to survive. And its the underlying narrative that really strengthens this series of Primeval. Taken aside, the individual episodes are welcome slices of entertainment in their own right. But as Cutter and his team begin to unravel things around them, the show builds up to a compelling and interesting climax. Its, as a result, an increasingly confident show, and one thats willing and capable when it comes to throwing major twists and turns into the pot. With rumours now of a big screen version in the works, Primeval goes from strength to strength, and season four simply cant come soon enough. --Jon Foster
The brainchild of Charlie Brooker and Chris Morris Nathan Barley is their latest comedy assault on society; a satirical parody of the Hoxton-finned style obsessed world of the new media. Nathan Barley is 26. He is a webmaster guerrilla filmmaker screenwriter DJ and in his own words a ""self-facilitating media node"". He is convinced he is the epitome of urban cool and therefore secretly terrified he might not be which is why he reads Sugar Ape Magazine - his bible
When evolutionary zoologist Nick Cutter discovers prehistoric creatures alive and well in the present day the natural world is turned on its head and humanity faces a threat to its very existence. Unexplained anomalies are ripping holes in the fabric of time allowing creatures from the very earliest stages of Earths development to roam the modern world. Cutter and his team struggle to keep the looming disaster secret while dealing with savage dinosaurs and other deadly foes.
Primeval: Series 1 -3 (7 Discs)
The Little Mermaid Special Features: Part of Your World Music Video Disney Animation Deleted Scene - Harold the Merman Under the Scene: The Art of Live Action Reference Part of Her World: Jodi Benson's Voyage to New Fantasy Land Howard's Lecture Treasure's Untold: The Making of The Little Mermaid Storm Warning: The Little Mermaid Special Effects Unit The Little Mermaid: The Story Behind the Story Under the Sea Early Presentation Reel Original Theatrical Trailer Fathoms Below: Deleted Scene with Introduction Backstage with Sebastian: Deleted Scene with Introduction Sebastian Lost in the Castle: Deleted Scene with Introduction Advice from Sebastian: Deleted Scene with Introduction Poor Unfortunate Souls: Alternate Version with Introduction The Little Mermaid 2: Return to the Sea Special Features: Return to the Sea: Read Along Trivia Game What Am I? Game The Little Mermaid 3: Ariel's Beginning Special Features: Deleted Scenes Games and Activities: Mermaid Discovery Vanity Game Personality Profile Game Music Disney Song Collection Backstage Disney: Splashdance
The Emperor Waltz (Dir. Billy Wilder 1948): A rare musical comedy for Wilder it stars Bing Crosby as Virgil H. Smith a phonograph salesman plying his wares in turn-of-the-20th-century Vienna. Believing that if he's able to sell a phonograph to Emperor Franz Joseph I the rest of Austria will soon follow his example Virgil attempts to gain access to the man. After he's refused admission to the palace by guards who believe the phonograph to be a bomb he meets Countess Johan
A young man who arrives at a remote island finds himself trapped in a battle for his life.
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