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Description: It's the most loved meal in American. And we wish to say you a storyline about three pizza territories in the city of Fresh Haven, Connecticut that you may or may not have heard of. They're named: Sally's Apizza, Frank Pepe's Pizzeria Napoletana, and Modern Apizza, and they are generally considered to be three of the finest pizza restaurants on the planet.
Description: An intimate glimpse at songwriting and the balancing of life vs passion as Sarah Shook and her band of seasoned virtuosos, The Disarmers, head into the studio to record their fresh album Years, and prove they have what it takes to shake up country music.
Description: The storyline of a 10-week old puppy called Gucci who was hung by his neck, doused with lighter fluid, and set afire. Doug James, standing on his porch nearby, heard the puppy’s cries and ran to help. He afraid away the thugs and at the request of Gucci’s 15-year-old runaway owner, took the dog in for the night. Thus began a 16-year odyssey of devotion and perseverance.
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Description: Fascination Asia! Shot in razor-sharp 4K photo quality, you will experience a tour through one of the most pretty islands on earth, which is not easy forgotten. Because this exciting documentation takes you on a adventure of discovery through Borneo, the Greenland and Fresh Guinea with 751,936 sq km third biggest island in the world, divided between Malaysia, Indonesia and Brunei. With numerous interesting facts about the island, this documentation is not only great to look at, but informative at the same time!
Description: John Stephen (1934-2004), the fashion designer, was "the Lord of Carnaby Street" in the 1960s, when his clothes, which were worn by members of the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, the Bee Gees and the Kinks, created a revolution in men's fashion. In 1957, the Glaswegian-born Stephen set up his first store at No 5 Carnaby Street. The rest is fashion & pop history
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Description: San Quentin State Prison (SQ) is a California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation state prison for men, located north of San Francisco in the unincorporated city of San Quentin in Marin County. San Quentin opened in July 1852, it is the oldest prison in California. The state's only death row for male inmates, the biggest in the United States, is located at the prison. It has a gas chamber, but since 1996, executions at the prison have been carried out by lethal injection, though the prison has not performed an execution since 2006.
Description: About Ivan Selivanov - an artist, a representative of "naive art" from the Kuzbass. Director Mikhail Litvyakov met Ivan Selivanov in 1968. Since then, until the artist's death in 1988, their correspondence continued. The movie uses letters, diaries, pictures of the artist, shooting various years.
Description: The movie says about a young artist Nadya Rusheva and how much she should do for her 17 years. Unfortunately, shortly before the end of the shooting, the heroine died. In the picture, besides the drawings by Nadya Rusheva, her work on them, her monologues, you can see the Pushkin house museum on the Moika, 12 as it was before the restoration.
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Description: The rise of gold from the wreck of the cruiser Edinburgh, which was sunk during the war, was shot in 1942 by German submarines in the Kola Bay. The painting uses the memories of Soviet officer SG Zinoviev, who was heading for London aboard the cruiser Edinburgh.
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Description: While all the country's agriculture was conducted by collective and state farms, and this method seemed to be the only correct one, the director M. Litvyakov turned to the subject of individual farming, the "privateer". The movie caused a storm of indignation from collective and state farm leaders, from the side of the party nomenclature. The question of the release of the picture on the screen was positively solved only in the Central Committee of the CPSU.
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Description: In 1999 Aaron Baker broke his neck in a motocross accident, leaving him fully paralyzed from the neck down. Despite doctor's grim prognosis over the next 16 years Aaron decided not to listen to those who told 'he had a million-to-one odds of ever feeding himself again' and instead, through painstaking effort, endeavored to regain as much mobility as possible. This adventure through the unknown took him from the depths of depression to the joys of cross country street tripping via tandem bike with his mother and friends, and finally, culminated in his opening a socially conscious weak cost gym focused on increasing mobility for the disabled. Actually in Coming To My Senses we watch as Aaron takes one final adventure which symbolizes his recovery: to cross a 20 mile tract of Death Valley unsupported on foot. But will he create it?
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Great tiny Fight Department short from 1944 trying to encourage girls to join the military, and receive boys to appreciate women's contribution to the fight effort. Girls should quite readily do many noncombat jobs held by men, thus freeing them to grab a gun and shoot at their opponent of choice.All sorts of jobs, from mechanics, equipment testing, giving eye tests, and air traffic controllers, among others, were being given to girls to gratis up combat soldiers.This was mainly meant for women, as it spent time combating rumors that girls should not do their hair the method they wanted, wear makeup, or wear nylons in the military. Since girls have never been topics to the draft in the U.S., some PR was obviously necessary, and patriotism to the country was a large club used here. General Marshall made a short sales pitch here as well.At just nine and a half minutes, this short goes by without boring you too badly. This was made by The Signal Corps, and they were cute nice at the technical aspects of filming, but creativity wasn't everytime their greatest thing. I would tell this was one of their better efforts.
Children were still telling this when I was a child. This confused me no end, because my mother was in the Navy -- a WAVE assigned to Indianapolis, either in recruiting, procurement or possibly to guard the town in situation the Canadians took the occasion to seek revenge for the Fight of 1812. The picture my father kept of her in his office was everytime of her in her navy uniform. Still, I'm sure that WACs were helpful.Still, there was a lot of resistance to girls in uniform back then and bits of it still linger. This picture makes the mission early on that they should still wear make-up and hold their great hair-dos. Earlier, a couple of boys in their fifties sneer at girls in uniform. All that is washed away in the manner in which girls were serving in non-combatant roles, and film ends with a promise that girls will serve in Germany and Tokyo after our troops take those, and General Marshall promises that the girls of the armed forces will march in the win parades after the war.Although movies like these concern themselves with the matters of the moments, the speed with which they are produced give a excellent photo of the moment -- not just the message that they mean to offer, but the attitudes of that moment. It gives a fine photo of a time of transition that seemed to vanish in the 1950s, only to reappear in the 1960s and later.
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