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Description: Danny Thomas assumes the old Al Jolson role as the cantor's son-turned-cabaret entertainer. As Jerry Golding (Thomas) scales the heights of present business, he breaks the heart of his father (Eduard Franz), who'd hoped that Jerry would follow in his footsteps. Sorrowfully, Cantor Golding reads the Kaddish service, indicating that, so far as he is concerned, his son is dead. A tearful reconciliation (and a more upbeat denouement than was found in the original film) occurs when Jerry dutifully returns to sing the "Kol Nidre" in his ailing father's absence. Peggy Lee co-stars as Judy Lane, a musical comedy entertainer who falls in love with Jerry, while Mildred Dunnock and Alex Gerry do what they can with the stereotyped roles of Jerry's mother and uncle, respectively.
Description: This disc captures Deep Purple frontman Ian Gillan in concert. The DVD offers a standard full-frame transfer. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. There are neither subtitles nor closed-captions on this release. There are no supplemental materials of any consequence, making it hard to suggest this game to anyone another than a fanatic of the boy and his music. Songs performed during the present contain "Smoke On the Water", "When a Blind Boy Cries", and "Living for the City".
Description: This is an perfect video from this legendary band's farewell tour. Tracklist: -Introduction by Pete Drummond- Jailbreak / This Is The One / Cold Sweat / The Sun Goes Down / Holy Fight / The Men Are Back In City / Rosalie / Baby Please Don't Go
Description: In May 2007, the Royal Albert Hall in London - one of the most popular performing arts venues in the globe - became home to Simply Red for six nights. These sold-out dates served to showcase their fresh album 'Stay' alongside well loved classics from their wonderful back catalogue of hits. 'Stay - Live at the Royal Albert Hall' captures the excitement of an evening with Simply Red at one of the world's premier venues but also offers an intimate glimpse of the life backstage from one of Britain's most successful bands ever.
Description: Other installment from the historic vaults of the Rock And Roll Hall of Fame. Contains exclusive performaces by U2 with Bruce Springsteen, Queen with Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins, The Byrds with Don Henly & Jackson Browne and many more. Also contains induction and acceptance speeches, behind-the-scenes and rehearsal footage
Description: Third of nine volumes presenting of some of the greatest moments of speeches, performances and backstage moments of the annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremonies. Footage was culled from the RockHalls archives and represent 24 years of events. Contains exclusive performances by U2 with Bruce Springsteen, Queen with Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins, The Byrds with Don Henley and Jackson Browne and many more.
Description: This posthumous tribute to Blind Melon documents the band's ascendancy to the top of the charts, including extensive footage of live club performances, their set at Woodstock '94, late-night tv appearances, and behind-the-scenes footage of the recording sessions for their final album. Songs contain "Soup," "Toes Across the Floor," "St. Andrews Hall," "Soul One" and "No Rain (Ripped Away Version)."
Description: In this drama, an aspiring playwright gets a job in a Fresh York Town restaurant favored by celebrities in hopes of getting a break. Unfortunately, most of them trust that the waiter lacks the talent to create it big. Only an aspiring songwriter, and a former waitress who has become a popular Hollywood radio star, really trust in him. When the ex-waitress drops by the restaurant to tell hello, she and the others decide to enjoy a trick on an arrogant producer by making him trust the waiter has written a sure-fire hit. They succeed and the producer puts on the show. The singer gets to be the star. When the present becomes a smash, everyone is surprised. Songs include: "Hitchhike To Happiness," "For You And Me," "Sentimental," and "My Pushover Heart."
Description: In September 1995, what had been a wild dream for so many became corporeal reality as the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame finally opened its doors. To celebrate such an august moment, a concert to end all concerts, featuring a Who's Who of rock and rhythm and blues greats, was held at Cleveland's Municipal Stadium. The Concert for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame includes eleven of the best performances from that day, ranging from the street-smart sounds of Lou Reed and Soul Asylum to the sanctified soul of Al Green. If you were lucky enough to be there, you know how incendiary the concert was. If not, the material on this DVD will blow your mind and send you straight to rock and roll heaven!
Description: 2009 collection from Dave Grohl and the Foos including two brand fresh tracks, 'Wheels' and 'Word Forward', both recorded with producer Butch Vig (who also produced Grohl's former band, Nirvana!). This perfect collection details some of the finest melodic Rock released in the last 15 years including 'The Pretender', 'All My Life', 'Learn To Fly', 'Best of You', 'Times Like These', 'My Hero', 'Everlong', and many more.
Description: Second of nine volumes presenting of some of the greatest moments of speeches, performances and backstage moments of the annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ceremonies. Footage was culled from the RockHalls archives and represent 24 years of events.
Description: 1886 ver in 5 acts. Recorded live on 14 and 17 June and 3 July. Royal Opera House production of Verdi's 'Don Carlo'. The highlight of the 2007/8 season, this lavish production is staged by National Theatre director Nicholas Hytner, conducted by Antonio Pappano, and sees Rolando Villazon and Marina Poplavskaya performing the starring roles.
Description: Live performances from the 2013 Difficult Rock Calling Festival at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London. Also contains backstage interviews with some of the artists involved.
Description: This is the definitive video biography of rock 'n roll legend Buddy Holly. Produced and hosted by former Beatle, Paul McCartney, contains interviews with Keith Richards, Phil and Don Everly, Sonny Curtis, Jerry Allison, Holly's family, and McCartney himself, among others.
Description: Unusually elaborate for a PRC film, Minstrel Boy is a lively musical drama built around the talents of veteran vaudevillian Benny Fields. The star is cast as Dixie Man Johnson, who rises from the ranks of minstrel shows to become a top Broadway attraction. On the opening night of his best scene triumph, Dixie Boy's wife dies in childbirth. Profoundly shaken, he walks out of the show, leaving the baby to be raised by his showbiz pals Mae and Lasses White (Gladys George, Roscoe Karns). The child grows up to be an pretty young girl called Caroline (Judy Clark), who follows in her dad's footsteps by billing herself as-that's right-Dixie Woman Johnson. This leads to a tearful reunion between Caroline and the father she'd long assumed to be dead. If Minstrel Boy seems at times to be a dress rehearsal for Columbia's The Jolson Storyline (1946), it shouldn't surprising: the PRC movie was directed by Joseph H. Lewis, who went on to helm Jolson Story's musical highlights.
Description: Frankie Foster and Stanley Benson are a pair of small-potatoes performers. Both test to create it to the big-time after winning an amateur talent contest. Though this leads them to a several professional gigs, something is missing from their act and they are not popular. Believing a tiny money will boost their career, Frankie heads for Washington, D.C. to see if her wealthy father will support them. En route Frankie is mistaken for the wife of the well-known pilot Johnny Pearson and ends up in his suite having to pretend she is his spouse. When the pilot meets her, romantic sparks fly.
Description: As dancer Ginny Walker performs on stage, a veiled girl in the audience stands up, accuses Ginny of stealing her husband and then fires a gun at her. After Ginny collapses and is taken to her dressing room, the woman, Julia Westcolt, a mate of Ginny's, dashes backstage, discards her veil, and then congratulates her mate on their successful publicity stunt. When Ginny's press agents, Gus Crane and his son Junior, visit their client backstage, she brags about her feat and chides them for not being more constructive in promoting her. Horrified at Ginny's brashness, Junior, a conservative Harvard graduate, chastises her and leaves the room.
Description: In 1979 and 1980, three globe renowned guitarists, John Mc Laughlin, Paco De Lucia and Larry Coryell, formed a guitar super-trio and toured Europe. This is the recording of their performance live at Royal Albert Hall.
Description: Filmed live during Morrissey’s most intimate gig in decades at the Hollywood High School in Los Angeles on 2 March 2013, this is the first authorised Morrissey movie for nine years and marks 25 years of the solo career of one of the world’s most iconic and enigmatic performers. The movie opens with fanatics talking about their unwavering devotion to the singer and the special appeal of this unusual venue – a striking contrast to the sold out arena concert at the Staples Center on the previous night. Tickets to the concert in the 1,800-seater school auditorium were sold out in 12 seconds and this actually legendary concert became Morrissey’s penultimate performance on the US Tour. Featuring many classic tracks from the artist’s prolific repertoire including Meat Is Murder, Daily Is Like Sunday, Please, Please Please Allow Me Receive What I Wish and The Man With The Thorn In His Side, Morrissey 25: Live is an unmissable cinema happening for fanatics worldwide.
Description: Two of most renowned portuguese musicians, Carlos do Carmo and Bernardo Sassetti, from the jazz, joined together in 2010 for a special musical production. Carlos do Carmo is a nice fado singer, while Bernardo Sassetti is a nice jazz piano player. Their joint performance is a special and wonderful blend of fado and Jazz.
Description: A grown-up Jane Withers is joined by a entire slew of former kid stars in the lightweight Republic musical Johnny Doughboy. Withers capably essays the part of a teenaged film star who tires of the spotlight and runs away from Hollywood. Adopting an alias, she joins "The Junior Win Caravan", a group of youthful USO performers. She also pursues a romance with much-older playwright Henry Wilcoxon, only to be (deliberately) disillusioned by the man. Among the juvenile favorites making cameo appearances in Johnny Doughboy are Bobby Breen, Baby Sandy, Butch & Buddy, Cora Sue Collins, Robert Coogan (Jackie's brother) and ex-"Little Rascals" George "Spanky" McFarland and Carl "Alfalfa" Switzer.
Description: In this musical, a gang of college students decide to enjoy a tiny trick by creating the excellent student. The fictional gal has everything a university would ever want. The problem starts when the campus psych professor becomes determined to meet this girl. If the gang cannot bring her forward, they will be expelled. They hire a Fresh York actress to portray the imaginary woman and all is well at the end. Songs include: "It Seems I've Heard That Song Before," "You're So Nice to Me" "If It's Love," "Man," "Gotcha Too Ta Mee," "You Got to Study, Buddy." All the songs were penned by Sammy Cahn and Jule Styne who went on to become one of Hollywood's top song-writing teams.
Description: In this musical, the second entry in a five-film series, a thrift store owner sells his business and buys a tiny time radio station. He starts looking for sponsors. He finds one with a department shop owner who will only lend him the cash if he will let his daughter, an aspiring tap-dancer and singer, to perform on the air. This is unfortunate as she is tone-deaf. To compensate, the owner hires a true singer to dub the daughter's voice. The singer and the owner's nephew fall in love and mayhem ensues. Songs include: the Oscar nominated "Who Am I?," "Swing Weak Sweet Rhythm," "In The Cool of the Evening," "Make Yourself at Home," "The Swap Store Song," "The Trading Post," "Sally," "Ramona," "Sweet Sue," "Dinah," "Margie," and "Mary Lou."
Description: In his last movie assignment, portly Walter Connolly fills the game role (in more methods than one) in The Nice Victor Herbert. Very tiny of Herbert's life storyline is incorporated in the screenplay (a closing game now apologizes for the film's paucity of cold difficult facts); instead, the writers let the famed composer's works to speak for themselves. In the tradition of one of his own operettas, Herbert spends most of his time patching up the shaky marriage between tenor John Ramsey (Allan Jones) and Louise Hall (Mary Martin). Many of Herbert's most popular compositions are well in evidence, including "Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life", "March of the Toys" and "Kiss Me Again", the latter performed con brio by teenaged coloratura Susanna Foster. Evidently, the producers were able to safe the movie rights for the Herbert songs, but not for the scene productions in which they appeared, which may explain such bizarre interpolations as having a song from Naughty Marietta.
Description: Dorothy Lamour and Ray Milland, a famous Paramount screen squad specializing in south-sea extravaganzas, don "civilized" garb (at least briefly) for Tropic Holiday. Lamour plays a Mexican senorita, while Milland is a visiting American screenwriter. Since we know where this is going, our attention is deflected each so often by comedy relief Bob "Bazooka" Burns and Martha Raye, who are frankly more watchable than the leads. Also on hand is Mexican musical star Tito Guizar, who was still packing 'em in for his concert tours of the 1980s. Tropic Vacation contrives to remove most of Dorothy Lamour's clothing before the fade-out, just so we remember who's top billed around here.
Description: In this musical comedy, a crooked record producer uses his mob connections to force performers to do their stuff. The problem really starts when the gangster's strong-arm strategies nearly cause a singer to lose his fiancée. A wide tons of entertainers appear including cowboy crooner Gene Autry, baseball character Joe DiMaggio, and large band stars Cab Calloway, Ted Lewis, and the Kay Thompson Singers. Songs contain "Mamma I Wanna Create Rhythm," "Manhattan Merry-Go-Round," "Heaven?," "I Owe You," and "It's Round-up Time in Reno."
Description: This light-hearted musical romance follows the exploits of Nikki Martin (Lily Pons), a pretty French opera star who stows away on an ocean liner in hopes of escaping her jealous fiancee. Once aboard, she joins an American swing band and falls in love with its leader (Gene Raymond), who, after hearing her sing, eventually comes to reciprocate her feelings. That Woman From Paris received an Academy Award Nomination for Greatest Sound, and contains musical highlights such as, "Seal It With a Kiss," "The Blue Danube," "Una Voce Poco Fa," and "The Call to Arms." Directed by Leigh Jason, this film also details actors Mischa Auer, Frank Jenks, Lucille Ball and Jack Oakie.
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Skillfully scripted and well-written lyrics launch the discussion on the role of institutional help in private relationships. First, the musical shows how the metric system is applicable to love affairs. Second, it sarcastically focuses viewers on the stereotypes of female conduct in romantic relationships. Third, the musical articulates a idea incorporated in many religious ideologies, i.e. girl as an object, girl as a commodity.Numerous elements of neo-management and quantophrenia (See Pitirim Sorokin) argue that relationships are curable if certain scales and ways are applied. Artistically, the device which measures the lvl of treatment from romantic rejections is a special element of this short-movie. It gives some lvl of fun and refers to certain modern dating apps. If dating applications appear as a mass store software for hook-ups, then in the movie, the unique institution which cures "broken hearts" adds an element of prestige.The second narrative that can be inferred from this short-musical is about the wide-range of prejudice toward a woman's credibility. Girls are shown as marionettes guided by mercantile ambitions. Their responses in relationships are based on imitating everything - orgasm, appreciation, excitement and etc. It is cute funny when these responses are sarcastically included in the lyrics and presented in the choreography.And, the last major theme of the film is the premise that girls don't have choice. As in certain societies, in this film girls are a commodity. Leah, the main character, was chosen for marriage by principal administrator. The final scenes dramatize and underscore a significant portion of certain cultural ideologies, wherein the girl represents a commodity, a thing. As Janis Joplin sings "Oh Lord, won't you purchase me a Mercedes Benz?", the client requests a "new ride". The director of the film parks the concept that girls are just a vehicle for a ride, and all institutional help in private development just tunes the female settings for the market. As if it there were a garage, Leah safely "parked" for marriage.
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