All In The Family clip - starring Carroll O'Connor, Jean Stapleton, Rob Reiner, Sally Struthers.
Love thy neighbor. Words to live by for Sid's sexy sister Abby Cunningham - especially with the male neighbors in her new hometown, Knots Landing. Maybe it's Abby's influence, but bed-hopping becomes the latest cul-de-sac sport. Who cheats? It's simpler to list who doesn't in this sizzling 4-Disc Season 2 Set of the long-running hit series. And there's a lot more excitement: J.R. and Bobby Ewing swap Texas drilling for California dreaming and visit, crooks muscle in on Gary, a hitchhiker accuses Sid of rape, armed robbers hold the cul-de-sac women hostage... and the season ends with a genuine cliffhanger: Sid careening toward a seaside cliff after someone tampers with his car!
A young New York City man who seeks distance from his gypsy heritage is chosen as his dying grandfather's heir to the throne, much to his father's distress.
Killcrazy movie trailer - starring David Heavener, Burt Ward, Danielle Brisebois. Directed by David Heavener. Genre: Action-Adventure
A female gangster avenges the murder of her husband by kidnapping the son of the man responsible with the help of her daughters.
Knots Landing clip
Jack Nicholson and Helen Hunt both won Oscars for their performances in the romantic comedy As Good As It Gets (1997).
As Good as It Gets -- A single mother/waitress, a misanthropic author, and a gay artist form an unlikely friendship
As Good as It Gets -- The Academy Award(r)-winning (best actor Jack Nicholson, best actress Helen Hunt) offbeat comedy celebrates the unique bond between three very different characters. Also stars Greg Kinnear.
Life After Tomorrow movie trailer - starring Danielle Brisebois, Martha Byrne, Julie Stevens, Jennine Babo, Dana Dewes, Stefanie Kahn. Directed by Gil Cates Jr.. Theatrical Release Date: 12/24/2006
Killcrazy movie trailer - starring Burt Ward, David Heavener, Danielle Brisebois. Directed by David Heavener. Genre: Action-Adventure
Trailer for the documentary Life After Tomorrow.
Life After Tomorrow is a personal journey of filmmaker and co-director, Julie Stevens, who played one of the orphans in the Broadway cast and National Tour. With partner, Gil Cates, Jr., the filmmakers spoke with over 40 women who played orphans in the show during its original run on Broadway, from 1977-1983. The film explores the life-changing repercussions of child performers in 'Annie' as many orphan cast members revisit their experience in the show, their childhood, family support structure, what happened when they left the show and tried to resume a 'normal' childhood, and what they are doing today. Life After Tomorrow is not only a 'Where Are They Now' glimpse back at the careers of some talented children but also a cautionary tale for any parents considering putting their child into show business. The film also visits with the creators of 'Annie' (writer/lyricist Martin Charnin and composer Charles Strouse), fans, agents, adult cast members and a new generation of 'Annie' orphans. With a Broadway cast and four national touring companies, 'Annie' ran for over five years and 2,377 performances on Broadway. With 7 little girls in each cast, thousands of children get their start in show business through this musical.
ow offers a glimpse of what the 'Annie' experience was like and how it shaped the lives of the young women who have gone on to both performing and non-performing careers. Former orphans appearing in the film include MSNBC anchor, Dara Brown, actress Sarah Jessica Parker, recording artist Joanna Pacitti, Emmy award-winning actress Martha Byrne and songwriter Danielle Brisebois.
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