This classic television series from The Danziger Brothers showcases their longest running creation, one armed private detective Mark Saber, memorably played by Donald Gray, who sleuthed his way through more than 150 episodes of murder, blackmail and conduct unbecoming. This series features scripts from Avengers legend Brian Clemens.
Based on a short story, "Yentl, the Yeshiva Boy," by Isaac Bashevis Singer. Yentl is the story of a young Eastern European woman, who, very early in our century (pre-WWI), disguises herself as a boy in order to pursue her passion for studying the Torah. Yentl (Streisand) has no trouble passing for a boy as she pursues her studies, but when she falls in love with a fellow student (Mandy Patinkin) she cannot, of course, express her feelings. Circumstances of Jewish law force the "boy" Yentl to marry a girl (Amy Irving), but the concealment must continue and Yentl must invent reasons for a long-delayed "consumation" of the marriage. Finally, she reveals her secret to her bride, who, after a time of shock, accepts Yentl for what she is.
Filmed at The Virgil in Los Angeles, Andy Peters debuts his first stand-up special. Fearless and often off-the-cuff, Andy litters the show with playful self-deprecating bits, a healthy dose of "screaming at strangers" and a nonstop stream of riffs.
Mark is excited when the most popular girl in his class asks HIM to drive her to a party. Then Mark remembers one detail - he doesn't have his driver's license! Glenn Bufferton, known for easy testing, is just the DMV instructor to give Mark his street cred.
A disturbing horror flick set in 1492 Toledo, Spain, depicting the cruel deeds of a monk named Torquemada, Grand Inquisitor of the Spanish Inquisition.
Captain Jonathan Archer, son of the warp engine pioneer Henry, assembles a crew and takes the new starship Enterprise out into the heavens.
Jack Rose is a small-time criminal who works simple jobs that require brutal tactics in exchange for fast cash. He's determined to help his father keep the small motel that is all he has left in the world Now caught up in a lucrative job smuggling a young girl, Jack questions where his loyalty lies and embarks on a terrifying roller-coaster ride through the seedy underbelly of the American dream
This jaw-dropping, award-winning, landmark series from the BBC's Natural History Unit presents the epic story of life on Earth. Four years in production, over 2000 days in the field, using 71 cameramen filming across 204 locations in 62 countries, this is the ultimate portrait of our planet. Using a budget of unprecedented proportions, HD photography and unique, specially developed filming techniques, Planet Earth shows you our world in a way you've never quite seen it before.
Tyler Perry's The Oval: A new first family attends their inauguration and moves into the White House when a series of events threatens the security and livelihood of the President's family and the staff.
Scoundrel? Genius? Madman? Edgar Allan Poe squanders his emerging notoriety on a strange poker bet in an 1840 New York literary club. He uproots his family to his childhood home in Richmond, on a desperate quest to revive the crumbling theatre where his mother once performed. Poe enlists the help of his family and friends, and even his rivals, to deliver poetic justice upon his enemies.
Hired to lead an expedition in Africa to find a fabled treasure, an explorer travels trough hostile terrain filled with traps and rival fortune hunter
Fifteen year old Adam McCormick's life hasn't been the same since classmate Gracie Highsmith found Jamie Marks’s dead body at the edge of the river.
Mark Brady is the charismatic, alcohol-fuelled director of a fishing show that happens to star his temperamental ex-wife. While filming, he meets a feisty local fishing guide whom he is instantly attracted to. However, are his feelings strong enough to keep him away from the bottle and on the straight and narrow?