Gremlins 2: The New Batch starring Christopher Lee, John Glover, Robert Picardo, Phoebe Cates, Zach Galligan, Robert Prosky
Super sequel in which a Manhattan television studio becomes the target of the hilarious hellraisers. Smart entertainment for all ages!
A cute little "mogwai" spawns demented demons when his young owner disregards the advice given by its previous owner. Somewhat dark and a lot of fun!
A television-addicted man and his wife are transported to Hell, where they must survive 24 hours of television appearances. Highlighted by takeoffs of many popular series!
Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes Gang team up with Michael 'Air' Jordan, as they challenge a pack of invading aliens to the wildest and wackiest basketball game in the galaxy.
The world of Chuck Jones - animation director and artist who brought to life iconic cartoon characters like Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner, is the subject of a new exhibition that will open Saturday in New York and later travel across the United States. Called What s Up Doc? The Animation Art of Chuck Jones, the exhibition was created through a partnership with the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service.
Parody of the Chuck Jones, Dr. Suess classic How The Grinch Stole Christmas. Narrated by Jonathan Harris (Lost In Space) and also featuring the voices of Tress MacNeille, Bill Mumy, Marta Kristen and Angela Cartwright. The film played in many film festivals including L.A. Comedy Shorts Film Festival, Dragon*Con (where it won best animated comedy), Los Angeles Comedy Festival, STIFF, Burbank International Film Festival, Holly Shorts Film Festival and many more.
Innocents Abroad was a subscription book. It made Mark Twain the most well sold writer in the world.
Arthur Miller talks about how Twain always included himself in all his human ridicule.
Hal Holbrook discusses how Twain's writing makes him feel, and the empathy of Twain's writing.
Every reporter wanted a quote from Twain on every event. He became the sage of the country.
Twain traveled abroad with the idea that America is the center of the universe, not Europe.
Twain wanted to be rustic and a rebel, but he also wanted to be wealthy and successful. His Hartford House was incredibly luxurious.
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