An estranged brother and sister are forced on the road when the grandmother they've been sent to place into a home flees to Seattle. Little does grandma know that she's hauling her granddaughter's secret marijuana buy in the trunk of her car.
Steven is a young boy sent to live in the Pennsylvania countryside with his grandparents while his mother and father work through their marital troubles. Though his grandmother and grandfather are happy to host him, they warn Steven not to enter the cornfields next to their house.
In the city that never sleeps, love is always on the mind. Those passions come to life in New York, I Love You - a collaboration of storytelling from some of today's most imaginative filmmakers and featuring an all-star cast.
Jonathan Demme directs this joyous, unrelentlessly kitchy celebration of 50's America: opportunity, rock 'n' roll, and the road. He follows three generations of women and the men they pick up, for a crime spree from California to the old family homestead in Arkansas.
This critically acclaimed drama about a group of teenagers growing up in rural Texas in the early 50s won two 1971 Oscars(r) (Best Supporting Actress, Cloris Leachman; Best Supporting Actor Ben Johnson).
In 1969, the master of suspense, Rod Serling, followed up his run on the legendary series The Twilight Zone with his next chilling creation - Night Gallery. The series ran through 1973, spinning out of rotating anthology series Four In One, and eventually incorporating episodes from the short-lived supernatural series The Sixth Sense. In the end, the Emmy-winning Night Gallery stands as an all-time classic in the realm of televised terror. Prepare for scares with this special selection of episodes, because you're about to experience the chill of a lifetime.
Showcasing the Brooklyn native's brilliant, skewed originality, American Masters: Mel Brooks: Make A Noise features never-before-heard stories and new interviews with Brooks, Matthew Broderick, Nathan Lane, Cloris Leachman, Carl Reiner, Joan Rivers, Tracey Ullman and others.
Nominated for an Emmy Award for these episodes, Marlo Thomas gives Ann Marie some of her most memorable moments of That Girl: from the banana camera she wields in the two-part season opener "Mission Impossible"; through her unforgettable donning of a chicken suit in "Nobody Here But Us Chickens"; to "She Didn't Have the Vegas Notion" filmed in the glitzy Las Vegas of the '60s