The Last Days Of Disco movie trailer - starring Kate Beckinsale, Chloe Sevigny, Matt Keeslar, Mackenzie Astin, Christopher Eigeman. Genre: Drama
Two young women - fresh out of college working for a NYC publishing house - hang with a revolving cast of friends and lovers whilie partying on weekends at a local Manhattan disco.
A struggling mother doesn't see eye-to-eye with the director of a school for young geniuses over the education of her brilliant 7 year-old son.
Little Man Tate starring Harry Connick, Jr., George Plimpton, Adam Hann-Byrd, Dianne Wiest, Jodie Foster, Debi Mazar
The producer of a failing TV network decides to broadcast a `normal' person's life 24 hours a day in an effort to save the station. Ed Pekurny, a video store clerk wins the audition and EDtv is born. The first week, all is grand as Ed's fame grows but then the conflicts start to appear as the show is broadcasted nationwide.
Seamy but entertaining account of the skeletons in the FBI founder's life. A zesty cast of veterans add spice to the scandalous and irresponsible dishing of America's great megalomaniacs. A guilty pleasure.
Epic account of writer John Reed's involvement with the Russian Revolution and a passionate woman. Academy Awards went to Beatty and Stapleton!
Screen version of Tom Wolfe's bestselling satire about a Wall Street tycoon who's life falls apart when a down-and-out journalist implicates him in a hit-and-run accident involving a poor black youth.
George Plimpton was a journalist, creator of 'The Paris Review,' and famous for espousing 'participatory journalism,' in which he competed in professional sporting events. Now, his legacy will be honored on PBS with 'American Masters: Plimpton!'
Co-founder of The Paris Review, George Plimpton (1927 2003) was a fascinated and fascinating journalist who lived fully, strangely and incredibly. With George Plimpton s own narration, the film includes extensive archival footage of his sport stunts and participatory journalism gigs, and interviews with friends, family and contemporaries. Premieres nationally Friday, May 16, 9-10:30 p.m. on PBS.
For the April 1, 1985, issue of Sports Illustrated, George Plimpton profiled Sidd Finch, an incredible rookie baseball pitcher for The New York Mets. The story was too good to be true, and Plimpton asked his then personal assistant at The Paris Review, the now famous author Jonathan Dee, to keep the joke alive while Plimpton was traveling. Dee recalls the hoax in this web exclusive from Plimpton!
Confederate gunners fired on Ft. Sumter in Charleston, SC on April 12, 1861. Ft. Sumter fell 34 hours later. It was a bloodless opening to the bloodiest war in American history.
1938 was the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. The Civil War defined us as a nation. To understand the American character the Civil War must be studied.
On July 3, 1863 in Gettysburg, PA the Union lured the Confederate troops out into the open field. Pickett charged and the tide of the war changed in the Union's favor.
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