Major Lex Kearney, dishonourably discharged from the army for cowardice in battle, volunteers to go undercover to try to prevent raids against shipments of horses desperately needed for the Union war effort. Falling in with the gang of jayhawkers and Confederate soldiers who have been conducting the raids, he gradually gains their trust and is put in a position where he can discover who has been giving them secret information revealing the routes of the horse shipments.
Unquestionably Britain's greatest female vocalist, Dusty Springfield made some of the finest recordings of the sixties. Dusty Springfield: Once Upon A Time 1964-1969 features 20 complete songs filmed from 1964 to 1969 and has all of her greatest hits and more. Included on the DVD are her early classics 'I Only Want To Be With You', 'Wishin' And Hopin" and 'I Just Don't Know What To Do With Myself' as well as timeless hits 'Son Of A Preacher Man', 'The Look Of Love' and 'You Don't Have To Say You Love Me.' In between the performances, Dusty's story is told through new interviews with Burt Bacharach, singer Madeline Bell (who sang back-up for Dusty in the '60s) and Simon Bell (who sang back-up for Dusty from the '70s through the '90s).
He soared to the heights of stardom in the '80s as a teen idol, a soap star on "General Hospital," and a platinum-selling, Grammy-Award winning music artist. This concert event showcases the energy and vitality that propelled Springfield to the top of the pop charts, filled with spectacular live footage, giant projection screens, integrated music videos, and thousands of adoring fans. It's an unforgettable evening with one of the hottest performers of the '80s! Songs: Don't Walk Away, Alyson, Living in Oz, Affair of the Heart, Celebrate Youth, Human Touch, My Father's Chair, Jessie's Girl, State of the Heart, Bop 'Til You Drop, Don't Talk to Strangers, Love Somebody, Souls, Dance This World Away, Stand Up.
A career retrospective celebrating the timeless music of one of the world's greatest singer–Dusty Springfield. For the first time, Dusty contributes to her own intriguing story with plenty of outrageous assistance from hosts Jennifer Sanders and Dawn French.
In honor of Homer's journey to the Hall of Fame, MLB all-stars and Springfield locals look back at the greatest corporate softball game ever played.
A selection of Dusty Springfield's performances at the BBC from 1961 to 1995. Dusty was one of Britain's great pop divas, guaranteed to give us a big melody in songs soaring with drama and yearning.
Dusty Springfield is Britains greatest ever pop diva and the possessor of one of the finest and most soulful voices of all time. She dominated both the UK and US charts throughout the sixties with a string of hit singles that have stood the test of time as true classics. Originally a member of the folk trio The Springfields, from whom she took her stage name, she became a solo artist in 1963 after being exposed to the magic of Motown whilst playing in America and became probably the finest ever white soul singer. Diagnosed with breast cancer in the mid-nineties she died in 1999 at the age of just 59. This concert, recorded at the Royal Albert Hall in 1979 in the presence of HRH Princess Margaret, captures Dusty at the height of her career. The show is packed with hits (including 9 UK top 10 singles), which are delivered with all the glitz and panache that were Dustys trademark and have made her a major gay icon as well as beloved of music fans everywhere.
Based on the 1992 disappearance, three women driving out of town to start a new life and escape their old one, horrifically encounter their inevitable fates.
Filmed some 18 months before its release, Conflict is one of two melodramas in which Humphrey Bogart self-consciously portrayed a wife murderer (the other was The Two Mrs. Carrolls). Bogie plays unhappily married Richard Mason, who concocts a meticulous scheme to kill his shrewish wife, Kathryn (Rose Hobart), so that he'll be free to marry her sister, Evelyn (Alexis Smith).
Live 'n' Kickin'was filmed in 1982 for Showtime. Director: John Moffitt Star: Rick Springfield
1. I'll Make You Happy 2. Will I 3. Affair of the Heart 4. I've Done Everything for You 5. Rock of Life 5. Red House 6. Don't Talk to Strangers 7. I Get Excited 8. Baker Street 9. Broken Wings 10. Beautiful You 11. Living In Oz 12. Love Somebody 13. Jesus Saves 14. Kristina 15. Human Touch 16. Jessie's Girl
1. Affair of the Heart 2. Me & Johnny 3. Oh Well 4. Love is Alright Tonite 5. Rollin’ & Tumblin’ 6. Baby Blue 7. Painted Girl 8. April 24, 1981 / My Father’s Chair 9. If Wishes Were Fishes 10. Love Somebody 11. Our Ships Sinking 12. Jessie’s Girl 13. Human Touch 14. My Depression (credits only)
British soul diva Dusty Springfield wears her heart on her sleeve in this collection of television performances that includes commentary about the artist and her life by Petula Clark and B.J. Thomas. Springfield brings an immediate emotional connection to songs like "I Only Want to Be With You," "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," "What's It Gonna Be," "The Look of Love" and more. The program also includes an on-screen text bio of Springfield.
Dusty Springfield is probably the most iconic and inspirational British female singer ever. Since her first hit I Only Want to be with You charted in 1963, Dust has amassed twenty top 40 hits in a career that spanned over thirty years.
Fans of the White Lady of Soul will be thrilled with this collection of fine television performances culled from Dusty Springfield's career, featuring the singer performing hits such as "Son of a Preacher Man" and "The Look of Love." The legendary diva also belts out "I Only Want to Be with You," "A Brand New Me," "People Get Ready" and more. Contemporaries B.J. Thomas and Petula Clark share recollections of their friend and colleague.
Buffalo Springfield's founding members, Bruce Palmer & Dewey Martin assembled this stellar set of talented musicians and took to the road to expand on the legacy. Experience this great performance with the band's biggest hit, "For What It's Worth," and 12 more songs.
Horse and cart racing in Wigan.
In this first-ever compilation of music videos from GRAMMY-awarding winning musician Rick Springfield, Video Vault captures the artist’s meteoric rise from the early 80s through his still red-hot performances today. All the classics from Rick’s amazing 30-plus year career are included.
This film by Kara Walker takes its title and narrative from documents in the Freedman Bureau’s archive and uses her trademark cut-paper silhouettes to animate the disturbing story of an African American family. Controlled by the sticks and strings of their human operators, including the artist herself, the figures moving within a shadow puppet-like theater space remind us of the manipulation of historical oppression and the powerlessness of the oppressed while also emphasizing the theatricality of the film itself. Themes of race, gender, sexuality, and violence intersect and unfold on Kara Walker’s multi-colored stage.
Guiding Light is an American television soap opera that is credited by the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest-running television drama in history, broadcast from 1952 until 2009, preceded by a 15-year broadcast on radio. Guiding Light stands as the third longest-running program in all of broadcast history; only the Norwegian children's radio program Lørdagsbarnetimen and the American country music radio program Grand Ole Opry have been on the air longer. Guiding Light was created by Irna Phillips, and began as an NBC Radio serial on January 25, 1937. During June 2, 1947, the series was transferred to CBS Radio, before starting on June 30, 1952, on CBS Television. It would continue to be broadcast concomitantly on radio until June 29, 1956. The series was expanded from 15 minutes to a half-hour during 1968, and then to a full hour on November 7, 1977. The series broadcast its 15,000th televised episode on September 6, 2006. On April 1, 2009, it was announced that CBS canceled Guiding Light after a 72-year run due to low ratings. The show taped its final scenes for CBS on August 11, 2009, and its final episode on the network aired on September 18, 2009. On October 5, 2009, CBS replaced Guiding Light with an hour-long revival of Let's Make a Deal, hosted by Wayne Brady.