“Kim's nieces shot this video and Kim and I put it together for Kill Rock Stars' first VHS video comp. I guess we made it in the mid/late 90s. Always reminded me of a Sympathy for the Devil/Le Gai Savoir take on Tony Oursler's "EVOL" or something. Our master was on S-VHS. It's all we could afford.” —Katie Erdman
Barry, a wretched playboy, expects to get rich from the legacy of an uncle of his, the king of roast meat sauce, but his lawyer informs him that the secret of the sauce recipe has been lost along with his uncle, and there is nothing to inherit except for a small island in the Aegean - called Eftychia - where his uncle came from. A hotel keeper, Richard, is interested in the island and plans to create a tourist resort on it, so the two men come hastily to Greece to arrange the sale. On the island of Eftychia they meet a beautiful young teacher, Aliki, and her mother Anna, who are determined to stop foreigners and tourist development from coming to the island. Aliki's beauty and charm seduce Barry, while Richard is enslaved by the wonderful cooking of Anna. One day while they are tasting her food, Richard discovers that Anna possesses the secret of the famous sauce, by which Barry can really become rich. Thus the island is saved, and everyone celebrates their unexpected good fortune.
This DVD contains a live performance by Björk on the Debut Tour, recorded live at the The Royalty Theatre in London in May 1994. The concert is interspersed by short interviews with Björk on the streets of London, including her singing an improvisation to the sound of a car alarm and her thoughts on moving from Reykjavík to London.
A clerk in an oil company is promoted ostensibly to take the blame when it looks like the bosses' dodgy dealings will be found out by the authorities.
The Isolar II – The 1978 World Tour, more commonly known as The Low / Heroes World Tour or The Stage Tour, was a worldwide concert tour by David Bowie. The tour opened on 29 March 1978 at the San Diego Sports Arena continuing through North America, Europe and Australia before reaching a conclusion at the Nippon Budokan in Japan on 12 December 1978. This performance at the NHK Hall in Tokyo, Japan on 12 December 1978 was filmed and broadcast on Japanese TV's The Young Music Show.
Horeya, the nurse is trying to help the patient Ahmed get out of his emotional shock.
Disparate twin brothers find themselves involved in romantic mayhem when their respective girl friends get them confused in this musical comedy.
What's Love? Tour is the sixth concert tour by American singer, Tina Turner. The tour supported Turner's autobiographical film and its soundtrack entitled What's Love Got to Do with It. The tour primarily visited North America along with a few shows in Europe and Australasia.
Narcosynthesis, We Disintegrate, Inside Four Walls, This Sacrament, The River Dragon Has Come, The Fault of the Flesh, The Sound of Silence (Simon & Garfunkel cover), The Seven Tongues of God
Marshal Johnnie Taggart (Jon Hall) , posing as an outlaw named "Ace" Braddock, comes to Bannack, Montana to restore law and order. But he is recognized by Kitty, co-owner with Clay Curtwright of the infamous Bull Whip saloon. But "bad-girl" Kitty keeps her mouth shut. When Johnnie's pal Andy reports a stage holdup, Curtwright's henchman, Ben Borden, talks the sheriff and Judge Holden into suspecting Johnnie. Johnnie reveals himself to Judge Holden as a government marshal, and the judge voices his opinion that Curtwright is the leader of the road agents, but voices it in the presence of his granddaughter, Louise Holden. The Judge doesn't know that Louise is in love with Curtwright, and she tips him off as to Johnnie's real identity. Curtwright frames Johnnie for a murder and arranges for the crooked sheriff to promote a lynching and Andy and Kitty help Johnnie escape jail. Johnnie rounds up vigilantes and heads for a showdown at the Bull Whip saloon
A documentary featuring musicians including Artur Rubinstein, Jan Peerce-Nadine Conner, and Jascha Heifetz.
A farmer from Vermont travels to New York and becomes a successful singer in a nightclub.
Three young women sharing a room in a boarding house owned by a very strict matron dream of becoming famous in show busines
In this short, introduced by Harry von Zell, Johnny Green and His Orchestra favour us with "Dinah," "Swanee River" and "Rhythm Is Our Business" amongst other selections.