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Narrated by Terrence Howard, the rich musical legacy of the Mississippi Delta and Memphis comes alive in a award-winning documentary celebrating the magical mixture of generations and genres that gave birth to the Memphis sound that has influenced the world's popular music. The film features a soulful ensemble that includes William Bell, Snoop Dogg, Mavis Staples, Otis Clay, Lil P-Nut, Charlie Musselwhite, Bobby 'Blue' Bland, Yo Gotti, Bobby Rush, Academy Award winner Frayser Boy and The North Mississippi All-Stars.
In the hot and deadly summer of 1964, the nation could not turn away from Mississippi. Over 10 memorable weeks known as Freedom Summer, more than 700 student volunteers joined with organizers and local African Americans in a historic effort to shatter the foundations of white supremacy in one of the nation's most segregated states. Working together, they canvassed for voter registration, created Freedom Schools and established the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party with the goal of challenging the segregationist state Democratic Party at the national convention in Atlantic City.
Scanned in 4K for the first time, this official Batjac release presents 'The Duke' at his two-fisted best with the beautiful, fiery Maureen O'Hara as the proverbial thorn in his side. Wayne stars as George Washington McLintock, a proud, defiant cattle baron whose daughter is due home from college. But G.W.'s happy reunion is tempered by the arrival of his headstrong wife (O'Hara), who recently left him. Verbal fireworks explode, slapstick pratfalls bloom...
Celebrate the triumphs, lament the tragedies and learn how today’s engineers are using the past as a blueprint, refining yesterday’s technologies in hopes of sending humans to Mars and beyond. From rocket testers in Mississippi, to capsule builders in Florida, get an insider’s look into modern spacecraft and the technicians aiming to follow in the footsteps of their Apollo ancestors.
When Ronald Reagan entered office in 1981, unemployment was high, interest rates were skyrocketing, and the nation was plunging into a recession. Meanwhile, the Cold War was escalating as both Soviet and American leaders fired heated rhetoric from behind their podiums of power. Now a new three-part series, offers an in-depth study of Reagan's work in the White House as he dealt with these tumultuous circumstances.
Kovacs, whose offbeat humor graced the airwaves for just a decade in the 1950s and 60s, served healthy portions of the offbeat to his audiences, who had never seen anything quite like this cigar-wielding charmer. Wickedly funny but not offensive, Kovacs' unique humor and flair for improvisation would ripple across generations, influencing TV funnymen from Johnny Carson, Monty Python and David Letterman to Jim Henson, Pee Wee Herman and Saturday Night Live.
Centering on Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, the film goes behind closed doors to examine the symbiotic relationship between Wall Street and Washington. Directed by Academy Award winner Curtis Hanson, the film features an all-star cast lead by Academy Award winner William Hurt, Emmy and Academy Award nominee Paul Giamatti, Academy Award nominee James Woods, Emmy(R) winner Cynthia Nixon, Topher Grace and Billy Crudup.
Through exclusive footage of Rand and scores of interviews with critics, writers, biographers, friends and titans of the modern business world, including legendary Hollywood producer Albert Ruddy and Philadelphia Flyers' owner Ed Snider, Ayn Rand & the Prophecy of Atlas Shruggedreveals that an increasing number of Americans - right or wrong - see their society devolving into a nightmare scenario like the one Rand projected over a half century ago.
Displayed in a window box, here Johnny is not only accurately sculpted right down to his signature black hat, boots, and guitar, but also has movement at both the arm and head, and yells Rock N' Roll at the push of a button. Live Rockpalast 1979 features Johnny and his three piece band live on Germany's famous Rockpalast TV show in 1979... Straight up blues like only Johnny can deliver, lean and mean. Johnny and the band also blaze through some killer covers like the Rolling Stones' Jumping Jack Flash and Suzie Q.
First-time filmmaker and former public interest lawyer Susan Saladoff uses the infamous legal battle that began with a spilled cup of coffee to investigate what's behind America's zeal for tort reform – which threatens to restrict the legal rights of everyday citizens and undermine the entire civil justice system – in the thought-provoking documentary Hot Coffee, debuting MONDAY, JUNE 27 (9:00-10:30 p.m. ET/PT), exclusively on HBO.
An 11-hour celebration of the six-string that attracted a sold-out crowd of more than 27,000 music fans to Chicago's Toyota Park. All profits from this daylong display of guitar virtuosity benefited The Crossroads Centre in Antigua, a treatment and education facility Clapton founded to help people suffering from chemical dependency.
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Kino's Ballast DVD and Blu-ray editions will feature a 37-minute exclusive video extra titled "Scene Development" offering a view into the two-month improvisational rehearsal process employed by actors Micheal J. Smith, Sr., JimMyron Ross, Tarra Riggs, and director, Hammer, that generated what Los Angeles Times critic, Kenneth Turan, described as "a sense of place, a feeling for reality so compelling that it makes us feel like we're living it, not just watching on a screen."
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