Planet Earth movie trailer - starring John Saxon, Janet Margolin, Diana Muldaur, Ted Cassidy. Directed by Mark Daniels. Genre: Sci-Fi
Rating: Not Rated
Survivors premieres Saturday, February 13, 8:00p.m. ET/PT - subsequent episodes premiere at 9:00p.m. ET/PT
In his finest performance, Burt Lancaster stars as Ned Merrill, a man who confronts his destiny by swimming home, pool by pool, through the suburban nightmare of upper-class East Coast society.
Mccloud clip - starring Dennis Weaver.
When a deadly virus wipes out most of the world's population, a handful of survivors struggle to stay alive.
Love, passion, mystery, betrayal and hope infuse Paul Haggis' new feature, which follows the interrelated stories of three couples in three cities, Rome, New York and Paris eachwith its own secrets.
Opening scene, introducing Niles (Chris Udvarnoky) then twin Holland (Chris' twin Martin), who get in trouble together with the widow Rowe (Portia Nelson), in depression-era Connecticut, in Robert Mulligan's The Other, 1972.
From the first scene in the first movie appearance by the celebrated stage actress Uta Hagen, as Russian-born grandmother Ada, teaching wild tricks to grandson Niles (Chris Udvarnoky), in Robert Mulligan's The Other, 1972.
Timid Niles and slightly older twin Holland (Chris and Martin Udvarnoky) hiding out in the barn cellar, bothered by cousin Russell (Clarence Crow), the not-long-ago death of their father revealed in flashback, in The Other, 1972, from Tom Tryon's novel and screenplay.
The extremely popular sci-fi series's fifth season
includes some classic episodes, including one in which Capt. Picard (Patrick Stewart) experiences an alternate lifetime, as well as another featuring a guest appearance by Leonard Nimoy as Spock.
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season 3: Episode 15 -- Clip: The measure of a man
Star Trek: The Next Generation: : -- Clip: Opening credits of Star Trek: The Next Generation
Star Trek: The Next Generation: Season 2: Episode 9 -- Clip: Data on trial
Word -- A group of diverse teens teach us about love in a racially charged spoken word piece.
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