Broadway Joe in his first starring role as a motorcyclist who first joins a motorcycle gang, but tangles with the biker gang while trying (not very hard) to fight off Ann-Margret's advances. He wins a motorcross event and they kidnap her. He races the leader to win her freedom.
In this WWII romance, David Halloran (Harrison Ford) is an American bomber pilot stationed in London. During an air raid, Halloran meets and falls in love with beautiful Briton Margaret Sellinger (Lesley-Anne Down) even though Margaret is married.
A Swedish woman, married to a domineering man for 35 years, is "set free" upon her husband's death. While she is the heir to his estate, she is only allowed $300. Ready to pursue her passion in music, she moves to Nashville where she meets her longtime pen-pal and scores the opportunity to perform in a small club.
A theatre troupe is about to lose its prime gig at Ye Olde Times Renaissance Faire to a rival troupe of conceited, classically-trained Shakespearean actors. This group must revive their act and find help from an unexpected source.
Biography of songwriter, broadway pioneer, Jerome Kern. Judy Garland's and Angela Lansbury's songs are among the highlights, including a mini production of "Show Boat", plus Lena Horne and a singing and dancing Van Johnson.
A stellar cast performs in this Emmy-winning remake of the Tony Award-winning musical comedy. Birdie, an Elvis-like idol, gets drafted into the army, much to the dismay of his adoring teenage fans and even more so to his perpetually neurotic manager. With only one last hurrah before he goes, Birdie and his manager plan a "win-a-date" contest.
Princess Margaret's life and loves reflected the social and sexual revolution that transformed the Western world. She redefined our image of the modern princess, combining the rebellious force of modernity with a respect for tradition.
Julie Andrews and Ann-Margret star as the mothers of two gay sons, one of whom is dying from AIDS. As a small town waitress, Luanne Barnes must overcome her own homophobia and learn to love her son Donald unconditionally. Throughout the process, she cements a true bond with Audrey Grant, mother to Donald's boyfriend, James (Hugh Grant). Inspired by the 1987 documentary, 'Too Little, Too Late.'
A run through of the academy award nominees and winners from 1972 to 2002. Big studio contenders compete for best picture, while independent films begin to hold their own and make a statement when nominated for the first time. The academy awards transform over the years and the films nominated directly reflect American culture and interest.
Drama charting Margaret Thatcher's astonishing fall from power, one of the most extraordinary stories of political assassination the world has seen. It took only eleven days for Thatcher to go from being the most powerful woman in the world to the tearful figure in the back of the car.